|Posted on Sunday, February 11, 2007 - 11:32 pm: |
I created this thread to see if certain Zodiacally challenged letters can be linked to Zodiacally confirmed ones by any means necessary?
Charles Lindbergh was born on February 4, 1902, in Detroit, Michigan.
Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) kidnapped Patricia Hearst on February 4, 1974, which magically coincided with Lindbergh's 72nd birthday.
Ten days later, on February 14, 1974, the SLA letter was sent to San Francisco Chronicle (http://members.aol.com/Jakewark/SLA.html). The mailing of this SLA letter was magically timed to coincide with 45th anniversary of St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1929) in Chicago, Illinois.
The massacre was carried out by five members of Alphonse (Scarface Al) Capone's goon squad, two of whom were posing as Chicago cops. Seven mobsters were dead after the bloody shootings stopped.
SCARFACE AL can be abbreviated as S AL, which can be collocated as SLA.
About a year later, the chairman for the Chicago Crime Commission, Frank Loesch, devised a Public Enemy List in order to put Al Capone and the rest of the Chicago mobsters under the spotlight. Obviously, Scarface Al was given the number 1 spot on the list. Thereafter, the Chicago Tribune published Loesch's Public Enemy List on April 24, 1930.
About two months later, on June 22, 1930, Lindbergh's wife, Anne Morrow, gave birth to Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr. The Lindbergh family gave him the pet name of "Little It." Although Lindbergh's baby was born healthy, but he had some crooked toes on his right foot.
In Part 1 of his Little List Aria of July 26, 1970 (http://www.zodiackiller.com/Mikado2.html), Zodiac; among other things, cryptically scribbled:
All billiard players I shall
have them play in a dark
ended dungen all with crooked
cues + twisted shoes.
In Part 2 of his Little List Aria (http://www.zodiackiller.com/Mikado3.html), Zodiac began his ramblings with:
As some day it may hapen
that a victom must be found.
I've got a little list. I've
got a little list, of society
offenders who might well be
underground who would never
be missed. Who would never be
If you take "LS" out of "LITTLE LIST," then what do you get? LITTLE IT. What about LS? Can it be cracked too? You bet! LS can be numeralized as 12 19, which can be collocated as 1 129, which can be cracked as 1 AUGUSTUS after applying Zodiac mathemagic.
In his Halloween card of October 27, 1970 (http://www.zodiackiller.com/HalloweenCard.html), Zodiac used Frank Leosch's initials of FL in order to conjure up his crooked LF symbol with four dots. As a cryptic ID clue, this crooked LF symbol was also used as a return address on the mailing envelope (http://www.zodiackiller.com/HalloweenCardEnvelope. html).
Also, just above this crooked LF symbol, Zodiac had drawn a skelton with a cracked skull and a missing toe as a cryptic ID clue for the remains of Lindbergh's baby, which was found on May 12, 1932 (http://groups.msn.com/zodiacnetwork/_albumlist.msn w?lc=1033).
On April 24, 1978, Zodiac sent his In Control Letter 1 to San Francisco Chronicle (http://members.aol.com/Jakewark/hoaxes.html). The mailing of this letter was magically timed to coincide with the 48th anniversary of the publication of Frank Leosch's Public Enemy List.
So today's lesson is: "Never jump a bandwagon when you are running empty to defame those you hate with your foul air."
|Posted on Saturday, February 17, 2007 - 1:03 pm: |
"Zodiac used Frank Leosch's initials of FL in order to conjure up his crooked LF symbol with four dots."
"Zodiac had drawn a skeleton with a cracked skull as a cryptic ID clue for the remains of Lindbergh's baby,"
So Baba, how long have you personaly known Zodiac and furthermore when did he tell you this was his intention?