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25 August 2005

The Power of Three

Two images from, and a timely pointer to, the rather interesting writings at Rigorous Intuition.

Of the images below, the first is a drawing by eight-year old Sarah Payne who was snatched from a quiet street in West Sussex on July 1, 2000. Her body was found 16 days later, ten miles away. Paedophile Roy Whiting was convicted of her abduction and murder, and sentenced to life in prison:



Investigator Ellis Taylor asks:
"Where do we find black and white checkerboard floors, the number 13 and two columns... Who would wear an item of clothing with the right sleeve missing...wear aprons and revere the number 33?"

Perhaps some of the answers may be found in this image of the inside of a Masonic Lodge, coupled with one of a Masonic initiate:


As to why we might never ever be privy to the whole truth behind the horrific abductions and murders of young children, one need only use a little more Rigorous Intuition to observe and understand the meaning of symbolism that a thousand words could never convey quite as succinctly.

3 comments:

MMark said...

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Anonymous said...

This is extremely interesting...quite scary. I didn't see the number 13 anywhere, and why did you look for resemblances in the picture?

The Antagonist said...

Interesting, yes.

Scary, yes.

There are 13 columns of black and white squares in the checkerboard floor drawn by 8 year old Sarah Payne.