The year was 1917.Three little children had visions of the Virgin Mary in Portugal. The visions spoke of the errors of Russia spreading all over the world. Meanwhile, in Russia, a mass ‘revolution’ was taking place.
This revolution is not well understood by Westerners, because it’s not taught unless you specialize in history in this part of the world. You must learn about it to understand its significance in the historical context of world events and paradigms that are enacted today.
Ask yourself why we have a ‘president’ who is totally in bed with, and owned by, the Russian Jewish (Khazarian) Mafia.
“It’s not about Cohen. It’s not even really about Trump. It’s about bringing the whole gang down from A to Z, including all those that helped and protected them. The US security orgs will have some soul searching to do.”
Sometimes murder cases just don’t ‘smell right.’ This is one of those cases. This case has a Michigan angle; per usual I have questions about things that are more than a little suspicious.
This story has all the elements of a Live Action Role Play (LARP) along with an embedded long term intelligence asset. Then came the movies and popular culture associated with the case…
Background:Jeremy Blake was an artist who reached prominence via the Museum of Modern Art scene with his time lapse digital animation films. Theresa Duncan, who was from the Detroit area, developed sophisticated story-based video games for girls. She was raised Catholic and he was raised Jewish.
The main narrative of what befell the two lovebirds was that they became paranoid, mainly of Scientologists, and became obsessed with conspiracy theories. Theresa Duncan commits suicide, and a week later Jeremy follows. Right on cue the Internet fills up with government plots and murder.
Apparently the modus operandi (MO) for Theresa Duncan’s ‘suicide’ was that she was depressed because of all the people out to get her and the fact that she wasn’t getting the attention she wanted for her projects.
Some suspicions: The medical examiner would not comment on all the chemicals found in Duncan’s blood. Why is that? They give the list of the combination that killed her, but everything else is off limits, so what’s up with that?
Allegedly Jeremy Blake was so bereft he killed himself right after the demise of the ‘lovely Theresa.’ Apparently information was released stating that the authorities had found Blake’s clothes and a note mentioning Duncan.
Apparently Jeremy Blake had previously dated Anna Gaskell. An artist quite familiar with the Tony Podesta crowd. An artist whose style is disturbingly reminiscent of mind control, disassociation, torture and rape.
Jeremy Blake met Anna Gaskell at the Art Institute of Chicago. They dated for approximately a year.
He began dropping tid-bits of information to Theresa Duncan regarding Anna Gaskell and her adopted father, James Cownie (from Iowa), and his business relationships.
These informational ‘tid-bits’ served to fuel Duncan’s paranoia about right wing conspiracies, pedophile rings, and mind control. He told Duncan that “Cownie frequently made jokes about child molestation as a “training” tool.” And also that, “Then there were the mobster “friends” in Las Vegas who comped Mr. Wit [Jeremy] and Ms. Gaskell with an eye roll and a groan when they mentioned Cownie’s name at the front desk, as he had instructed them to do. In addition to the Gaskell orphans, Cownie has four or five children of his own.
“Also during this time, someone named Reza Aslan, a Muslim “scholar” and friend of a friend who attended school in Iowa came to my house in Venice, CA and freely chatted about an FBI file of mine he seemed vividly aware of, even though at that time I myself did not know such a file existed. A consequent FOIA filing revealed his “magic” knowledge of these documents to be true.”
Interesting that Blake specifically singles out Iowa, because apparently Reza Aslan went to at least three universities and is affiliated with many councils and advocacy groups. Was he trying to tie-in the Jim Cownie/Gosch CIA association? Johnny Gosch was the paperboy abducted in Iowa.