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Colorado Massacre suggests Archontic Conspiracy

A mass shooting by James Holmes in a Colorado movie theatre occurred more than three months ago, and although his trial will reach the final stage soon, the mystery surrounding this incident has yet to be revealed. The latest findings indicate Holmes may have had support from someone or some Archontic organization.

James Eagan Holmes, is accused of shooting 12 people dead and injuring 59 others during the screening of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado, July 20, 2012.Armed with heavy weapons and  equipment, Holmes set off gas canisters and opened fire on the audience, then calmly surrendered to  the police.

On his first court appearance on July 23, Holmes looked confused and dazed, and his attorneys said their client is mentally ill. The preliminary hearing was set for January 7, 2013.

Meanwhile, there has been much speculation in the media. And a lot of questions left unanswered. One of them is the mainstream conjecture, which his attorney is used in court, that Holmes has mental illness and didn’t do the killing at his own will.

According the attorneys, Holmes was in an altered mental state that may relate to his research and his drug consumption. Of the research, Holmes said he had been working on subjective experience, which is what takes place inside the mind as opposed to the external world.It is also being reported that Holmes was addicted to Vicodin, a pain killing drug, which has side effects such as altered mental states and unusual thoughts or behavior.

But his behaviour reveals inconsistencies. First, he calmly surrendered to police without any resistance. Furthermore, he warned the police that he had planted explosive traps in his apartment. This behaviour not consistent with the altered mental state explanation.

Another big question is who funded Holmes? The fact that an unemployed medical student can afford to buy all the complex ammunitions, weapon and bomb-making gears seems unbelievable.

“In his apartment, we found a sophisticated maze of flammable devices. It took hours for authorities to disarm it,” said Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates.

Three months before the shooting, Holmes spent an estimated US$20,000 to buy weapons. And the fact that Holmes has sophisticated skills to build bombs, booby traps, tactical body armor, weapon systems and more, raised speculation that someone or some organization is behind him.

Clearly, he’s been trained. But who might be behind all this? “His crime was carefully planned, heavily funded, and technically advanced. It could be the  FBI behind all this. The FBI has a history of setting up similar attacks, then stopping them before it happens,” said Mike Adams, "The Health Ranger Editor" of NaturalNews.com.

“It is still speculation, but please bear in mind that the FBI has admitted to setting up terror plots,” Adams concluded.


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