THREE AT FIRST, THEN CAME FIVE. WE SETTLED AT SEVEN.
SECRETS OF THE LOST ARC AND OTHER MASONIC MYSTERIES
THE ART BELL INCIDENT:
The mass suicide in Rancho Santa Fe by the Heaven’s Gate cult was revenge by the CIA for Art Bell’s posting of “the Alien from Area-51” picture on his web page. The acquisition of the picture from the CIA controlled Area-51, infuriated the agency to the point that it used it’s MK-ULTRA mind control program to convince 39 people to kill themselves. The Agency played Art Bell’s programs repeatedly until the fear of the object behind Hale-Bopp was ingrained into the thought processes of the Heaven’s Gaters. The CIA is an intelligence tool for a deeper and more mysterious agency known as the Freemasons. In the mass suicides, 39 people killed themselves.
In Freemasonry, 39 is a perfect number, so this was a perfect frame-up of Art Bell. The letters CIA yield 391. If you drop A (for Agency) from CIA you get CI (Central Intelligence). Thus Central Intelligence (CI) yields 39.
If you add the numerical equivalents of CIA (3+9+1) you get the number 13, the number for evil. Since CIA has three letters, multiply 3 by 13 and get 39. It is fact that 21 women and 18 men killed themselves. By using numerology, the number 39 can be found again. 21 = 2+1 = 318 = 1+8 = 9 Thus 21 represents 3 and 18 represents 9, thus 39. Also if you add 2+1+1+8 you get 12. Twelve yields 1+2 which is three. Three is the number for Trinity. Freemasons have much of their numerology around the number three. All 39 Heaven’s Gaters were covered in purple triangular shrouds. The triangles have three sides and represent the number 3. The Heaven’s Gaters believed they were shedding their bodies and going to a spaceship that would take them to Sirius. In Freemasonry, Sirius is symbolic of Lucifer, the Lightbearer. The suicides began on March 24th, the same night as another Freemasonic sponsored event on a world-wide scale was taking place in the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, the Acadamey Awards. These suicides have Freemasonry’s fingerprints all over it and they are getting even with Art Bell for exposing all their secrets with the help of Richard C. Hoagland and his theories about Orion and Sirius.
HEAVEN’S GATE RANCH
A 9,200-sq.-ft., seven bedroom mansion in one of the nicest communities in San Diego, for a mere $668,000? Whenever you hear of a real estate deal that good, there’s always a catch, and the first instinct is to ask, “Who died?”. Going for less than half of its worth, it’s either resting on a sinkhole, or something horrific happened there.
As it turns out, something horrific did happen here, horrific and completely bizarre. This is the Heaven’s Gate house, where Marshall Applewhite and 38 of his UFO-worshipping followers were found dead in a mass suicide, designed to free their souls to board an alien space craft that was tailing behind the Hale-Bopp Comet as it took its 1997 pass across our skies.
While there is no mass cult suicide that doesn’t fall under the definition of eerie, the scene at the rented mansion was beyond creepy. The people of Heaven’s Gate spared no detail in planning their escape from Earth, and were lined up neatly in bunk beds, dressed exactly alike in black shirts and sweatpants, identical Nikes, purple cloth covering their faces, and exactly $5.75 in each pocket. Tied around each members arm was a Star Trek-influenced arm band identifying them as “Heaven’s Gate’s Away Team”. They had killed themselves in shifts, one shift would overdose on vodka and phenobarbital, tying plastic bags over their heads for good measure, and the remaining shifts would clean up the mess, and then take their turn. The suicide shifts lasted for three days, and Applewhite, assured that his flock were all accounted for, was the last to go.
Media attention became so disruptive to the neighbors in this formerly quiet neighborhood that they bought the house for the ridiculously low price, bulldozed it to the ground, rebuilt from the ground up, and changed the name of their street from Colina Norte to Paseo Victoria. The owner at the time of the suicides, Sam Koutchesfahani, had lost the mansion to foreclosure, and was later convicted of (unrelated) fraud and conspiracy.