This will be my second-to-last post for awhile, maybe a year or so. I’ve said all that I want to say for now. I have a family to take care of, and some moving around to do. Unfortunately I don’t have the time or the resources to pursue this effort much further. It would require more costly research and travel. Besides at the moment I’m holding my breath waiting for the DNA evidence to be processed.
I’ll be going back and making minor revisions, and redrawing some of the diagrams. So check back once in awhile for dated additions (which will be placed after the relevant blog titles) if you like.
One last look at the Zodiac’s ‘Halloween’ Card…and what my suspect George Achilles Karadanis, of Anatolian-Greek heritage, might have been trying to say with it.
The Peace Sign, seen on buttons of the period, is also a pagan symbol for death. “I feel it in my bones you ache to know my name, and so I’ll clue you in.” Following the directions given- we’ll look at the direction of the axes of the bones then. Note firstly the ties to 2 letter ‘A’s- indicating Apollo, and/or Achilles. With this outer, ‘pumpkin/peace sign’ skeleton above, the head is meant to be Apollo/Achilles, the leg-half Jesus: remember from a previous post that inside the card, skeleton number 2 has an exclamation point/spike through the ankle.
Skeleton number two- I insert the Peace Sign uncovered in skeleton numero uno, again it’s also the death rune:
Apollo the Sun, Jesus the Son, shared birthdays. Both called ‘The Light of the World’. Son of God vs Son of Zeus….
Jesus shares many attributes with Apollo, though Jesus teaches compassion where Apollo definitely had his dark side. Don’t look too long at the sun. Does Joe K believe he is Apollo the Destroyer, Achilles the wounded hero and Jesus the Savior (Joe’s birthday- December 26th) all rolled into one?
Enlarged area from Skeleton number one- Apollo, Abaddon, Apollon, Appolyon- geometric analysis:
And from BibleStudyTools.com / Commentaries / Revelation 9:11:
Ἀβαδδών [Abaddōn] , a transliteration of the related Hebrew term. The Hebrew term אֲבַדּוֹן [ʾăḇaddôn] is derived from אבד [ʾḇḏ] meaning “to perish, become lost, be ruined.” It is translated by “destruction” and associated with שְׁאוֹל [šeʾôl] in Job Job 26:6 and Pr. Pr. 15:11, where it denotes a place which is seen by the omnipresence and omniscience of God. Abbadon is personified along with death (מָוֶת [māweṯ] ) as having heard of the fame of elusive wisdom (Job Job 28:22). It is said to be the destination of a consuming fire (Job Job 31:12) and is associated with the grave (קֶבֶר [qeḇer] ), but differentiated from it (Ps. Ps. 88:11). It is said that hell (שְׁאוֹל [šeʾôl] ) and Abbadon (“destruction”) are never full (Pr. Pr. 27:20). [My emphasis] In all of these uses, it denotes a location which is associated with Sheol and the grave, but differs from them. “The rabbins have made Abaddon the nethermost of the two regions into which they divide the lower world.””
Recall Apollo is Roman, Abaddon is Hebrew and Apollyon is Greek. Is this Zodiac’s so-called Paradise? for his ‘slaves’ in Paradice’?
Finally going back to skeleton number one, take a look at the right raised hand of the upright figure, the more Jesus-like orientation:
Jesus with his scythe (shades of Apollo the destroyer again) is about to harvest some folks clean out of existence, a la Zodiac his bad self has done. Of course these associations to Revelation 14 might only be the sinister, cold-blooded, dark and cynical ravings of a psychopathic murderer now, mightn’t they !!!!!!
Jesus, crucified himself: harvesting slaves, those crucified (it was a form of execution reserved for slaves and lowly people by the Romans- recall), now being collected, harvested, like grapes, and being tossed into the great wine-press of the wrath of God. Steinbeck’s ‘Grapes of Wrath’.
Like the ‘losers’ sacrificed for Karadanis’s Reno Casino, and the losers who will come to gamble there.
Finally, if one were to take all of the information in the pumpkin skeleton’s hand and gather it up we’d get: Revelation 14:9-11 which appears to be quite to the point (at ‘hand’):