9/11, an outside job? ~ Satyavira Matthew Lombardo
200 activists gathered to raise public awareness that three, not just two, World Trade Center high-rise buildings collapsed symmetrically at near free-fall acceleration on 9/11/01.
9/11 was an outside job this year.
On Sept 11th 2010, Four 2-billion-candlepower beams were sent up into the night sky from a truck parked on a city corner not too far from Ground Zero. It shined for 2 hours. One passerby, a fireman said he was “expecting Batman to show up, not Christian Bale. Michael Keaton maybe.” I was there and it was doper then dope.
Have a look for yourself.
A helicopter circled by, but there were no arrests or police or a single mention from any NYC paper or local TV affiliate. I was there with my girlfriend and 200 other activists of all stripes and occupations. But the message was clear.
The reason was to raise public awareness that three, not just two, World Trade Center high-rise buildings collapsed symmetrically at near free-fall acceleration on 9/11/01 though only two were hit by planes.
For those unfamiliar with WTC 7, on Sept 11th 2001, at 5:20 pm WTC 7 , a 47 story steel framed building disappeared in 6.5 seconds into its own footprint. This building was not hit by a plane and had minimal fires.
It is also a fact that the 9/11 Commission Report, the official story on what transpired earlier this decade does not mention WTC 7 a single time on a single page. All 664 pages. If you really wanted to burn a book , it would be this one.
But lets veer away from the details of the political factory farming crime of the century.
This is about the light breaking through. This is about being participants in joy and free humanity and standing up for truth and accountability. This is what it looks like when people and ideas come together. It happened in New York and I know its happening near you.
Asatho Maa Sad Gamaya Thamaso Maa Jyothir Gamaya Mrithyor Maa Amritham Gamaya
Lead me from untruth to truth; Lead me from darkness to light; Lead me from death to immortality.
With proper tapas (inner fire) and vision, a payoff will come though when there is uncertainty. But make no mistake that the healing will come. The light will break through the dark sky figuratively and in this case , literally.
Stick with it and stay tuned.
Resistance is fertile.
Satyavira Matthew Lombardo is a Jivamukti yoga insurgent, who has been teaching asana and dharma in NYC since 2003 and has led workshops all over North America. He is co-founder of The Foundation of Yoga with Derek Beres as a vehicle for social activism and political discourse in the yoga community. He is featured at this years Yoga4peace in NYC’s Battery Park Sept 19th, and has recently grown a mustache, which is exciting in it own way.676 views