As Cutting Edge was noting an interesting pattern in the bombings, an article
was posted on a major Australian news site that the bombers intended to set a
"cross" symbol into the ground with their bombings.
NEWS BRIEF: "Plot to scar London with 'burning cross'
", smh.com.au, July 14, 2005
"London's four suspected suicide bombers had wanted to to scar the city
with a ``burning cross'' of blasts in its north, south, east and west, in the
hope of being declared Islamic martyrs ... The four suspects were caught on
security cameras at London's Kings Cross station, heading off in different directions
shortly before the three bombs went off near Aldgate, Edgware Road and Russell
Square Underground stations early last Thursday. A fourth bomb exploded on a
bus nearly an hour later."
"Police suspect three of the young men carried bombs east, west and south,
while a fourth had planned to take the north-bound Northern Line, but, as this
was disrupted, he changed plans and boarded a bus, London's Evening Standard
One Cutting Edge researcher had noted some interesting facts about the bombings
as she plotted the actual bombing locations. Please now look at this map carefully,
above. The circles drawn on the map represent the four locations at which the
bombs went off, while the asterisks ( * ) depicts locations of interest.
1) Note that two of the bombs went off just south of the King's Cross subway
station. This Australian news article, above, further states that the four bombers
met King's Crossing subway station with the plans to head off in opposite directions.
The bombers did get their explosions off to the east and west, but not to the
north and the south, as this article states was their original plan.
Obviously, explosions would have had to be set off directly north and directly
south of King's Cross for a "burning cross" to be etched on the ground.
In this regard, I find it interesting that initial reports indicated that as
many as six, and possibly seven, bombs had exploded. For a "burning cross"
to have been created on the ground by these explosions, three more would have
been ideal. Was that the plan, and were the other three bombers inhibited by
chance circumstance from exploding their devices? We shall never know.
2) Notice the the British Medical Association headquarter building lies just
across the street from the King's Cross explosion. As we explain in NEWS2054,
this building was originally built by the Black Magick secret society, the House
of Theosophy, as their headquarters. Because one of the bombs exploded very
close to the location of such an occult location, fellow occultists throughout
the world would have instantly recognized this location as highly symbolic.
3) Notice that just to the right (East) of the first bomb the Old Sessions
House is located. This building is a major Masonic Lodge.
4) Just East of Old Sessions House lies the Tavistock Institute, home of the
infamous Mind Control experiments since World War I. We explain this very important
connection also in NEWS2054.
5) Notice that directly south of Bomb #1, and directly south of King's Cross
station, lies the Freemason's Hall, the Grand Lodge of England. Had a bomb exploded
close to this location, a southern point would have been established to create
a "burning cross" on the ground. Only one more explosion would have
been needed, northward of King's Cross station.