I had seen the story last year about the 2 year old boy who had been attacked by an alligator at a Walt Disney World resort. From the very beginning when this story came out I thought it was very fishy and a lot of the official story changed as time went on. Originally the little boy was playing on the beach by the water as a alligator jumped up from the water and grabbed the boy by the head. Then I heard the alligator did a death roll and drowned the boy. This is how he died…by drowning. Then a story came out that they caught 5 (or I guess 6?) alligators that were then disembowled and found DNA of the boy in them. But another story said they found the boy in tact the next morning )17 hours later) near where he went in the water.
Then in the same story we have somewhat of a contradiction. “Around an hour later, at 9.20pm, Lane Graves was grabbed by an alligator as he paddled in the water with his parents Matthew and Melissa and older sister. His father had attempted to to save his son after the gator snatched him, but he could not pry the toddler from the animal’s grasp….The Grave family, from Nebraska, had been 10 feet from the shore of the lagoon when their son was snatched by the predator.” (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3645000/Mom-posts-eerie-photos-son-standing-exact-spot-Lane-Graves-killed-alligator-just-ONE-HOUR-later.html) Hannah Perry wrote this story and according to her the entire family were in the water of the attack and 10 feet from the water. Then there is this one. “The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission report said that the 7-foot alligator bit 2-year-old Lane Graves’ head as the boy bent down at the edge of a lagoon at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and that the boy died from a crushing bite and drowning.” (http://bakersfieldnow.com/news/local/report-alligator-bit-boys-head-during-disney-attack-08-22-2016)
I say all of this because of disinformation like this usually leads to a story that is made up or fabricated because of a cover up for whatever reason. Did the boy die? Evidently he did but was it at the hands of an alligator or 5 or 6 alligators? I’m not so sure. It very well could have been but there seems to be a lot of discrepancies in all the story’s published. Was the whole family in the water, was the boy in the water, were parents on the beach??? What’s the official story? Here are alleged witness accounts of what happened (http://bakersfieldnow.com/news/local/report-alligator-bit-boys-head-during-disney-attack-08-22-2016). The only thing is that one kid saw it actually happen and his account is ridiculous. “One witness, a 16-year-old tourist, said he was walking with his younger siblings on a beach-area walkway when he heard a scream from the lagoon and saw the alligator taking the boy away. “The alligator first came in head first toward the beach but turned around once it had the child in its mouth and crawled back into the water headfirst,” Peter Courakos told deputies.” That’s quite the testimony isn’t it.
You can read three full report here https://www.scribd.com/mobile/document/321901932/Gator-Attack-Final-Report and you tell me if this childs death matches a drowning or should I say wounds or lacerations matching from an “alligator”. Because they originally said he drowned then said he had superficial wounds from the “beast”. And get this, “DNA swabs from the victim and all alligators captured were sent to alaboratory for analysis. The result from the victim’s wounds were negativefor animal DNA, no comparison could be made.” That is the official report.
My biggest concern is where it happened and all of the ridiculous symbolism that popped up in this whole story. Before we get into that let me mention a few things. The Graves family refused to sue Disney World (https://www.google.com/amp/nypost.com/2016/07/23/the-parents-who-didnt-sue-disney-taught-america-a-powerful-lesson/amp/#ampshare=http://nypost.com/2016/07/23/the-parents-who-didnt-sue-disney-taught-america-a-powerful-lesson/).
The Magical Kingdom got away from that one didn’t they. And there was no mention of any settlement. Are you kidding me? Their 2 year old son died at the mouth of an alligator and Disney is held liable and they didn’t sue them? I can’t believe that! “In a statement, father Matthew Graves explained, “Melissa and I are broken. We will forever struggle to comprehend why this happened to our sweet baby, Lane. As each day passes, the pain gets worse.” Instead of a pursuing legal recourse, though, they decided instead to concentrate their efforts on a charity they have set up in their son’s name. “In addition to the foundation, we will solely be focused on the future health of our family and will not be pursuing a lawsuit against Disney,” the parents said.” (http://nypost.com/2016/07/20/family-of-toddler-killed-by-gator-at-disney-wont-sue/) I will get to this Lane Thomas Foundation at the end.
Then there is this random woman who came in to defend this family with a picture of her son at the same exact spot where this little boy was taken. “A mom has posted pictures of her son standing on the same Disney resort beach where toddler Lane Graves was attacked and killed by an alligator just an hour later. Jennifer Venditti, of Massachusetts, shared pictures of her son Channing, 3, wading into Seven Seas Lagoon at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in Orlando – taken at around 8pm to 8.30pm on Tuesday night…Venditti, who said her son was playing in the ‘exact spot’ little Lane was attacked, has leaped to the defense of the family who have faced criticism after the death of their son. ‘I’ve already seen posts criticizing the parents. I can assure you alligators were not on my mind at all when Channing was in the water,’ she wrote in an open letter on Facebook. ‘It’s a tiny beach, surrounded by pools, water slides, a restaurant and a fire pit. I can’t conceive that an alligator would be in such a busy, small space.'” This comes from the same article above. She actually does more harm than good with speaking out.
First off there is the time discrepancy. Second, is that she says that she ‘can’t conceive that an alligator would be in such a busy, small space.’ And evidently sure is right. This has never happened in this area…ever. Thirdly is the question as to why Vendetti posted pictures of one boy with 2 different hair colors? Blonde and brown? And why do the pictures looked photoshopped as this blogger noticed (https://nodisinfo.com/disney-alligator-attack-hoax/)?
The last question is with Vendetti’s family photo. The blogger I mentioned above asks why do her fingers look cut off due to bad Photoshop? I’m wondering why she has the bear paw Masonic hand? If its not photoshopped is she making this hand gesture accidentally or on purpose. In my opinion it just seems like a weird way to take a family photo. I may be reading into this photo and if I am I do apologize. Its just all strange. This picture could be a coincidence.
Then there is all of the symbolism that seems to connect with the Osiris mythos of Osiris death and Lane Graves. This event was just 2 days after the Pulse gay night club shooting (http://www.goroadachi.com/etemenanki/occult_forms.html). This event had problems of its own as far as being “real”. And on the one year anniversary on June 12th, 2017, the West End fire happened. Now notice this symbolism in the alligator story…”The Graves family were on the third day of their vacation in Orlando when tragedy struck on Tuesday night.” By now everyone reading this should know the significance of the 3rd day and Tuesday. If you don’t, then go back and read my paper on the Masonic god teyes.
Here is the Osiris legend in a nutshell. Sobek was the Crocodile god who ate the missing phallic of Osiris. He was fused with Horus the Falcon god and was from them on associated with the trinity of Osiris, Isis and Horus. Sobek comes from the word that means “to impregnate” and can also mean “he who unites the dismembered limbs of Osiris”. He became associated with Isis as the healer of Osiris.
So the symbolism of this event points directly to Masonic lore. And this brings me to National Lighthouse Day that just happened. Disney made a lighthouse memorial for this little boy Lane Graves (Layin’ Graves?) The lighthouse has been a symbol in Egypt for a phallic. Matter of fact, the first lighthouse was in Alexandria, Egypt so that makes more sense. I find it strange that this little boys foundation goes by his first and middle name while his last name has been deleted. I’m not sure why. “In his honor, Disney created a lighthouse monument, with a plaque that reads “Presented by The Lane Thomas Foundation, A Beacon of Hope, A Light of Love.”
And notice that its gold.
And since I mentioned the one handed god and a alligator, its only fitting to mention Chubbs Peterson. Do I need to say anything about this one handed man’s name. Chubb. Peter. Son. Teyes the Masonic god.
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