I have previously shared some of the fascinating work by Betsy McGee in revealing the foretelling by TPTB of the 9/11 events, showing how it was displayed in updated American banknotes, how a fountain has been repositioned in N.Y. to align with the towers and how the unfolding was foretold in many articles and TV shows, etc. in the years leading up to 9/11. This will not be of any surprise to those who track the practices of those who run the game behind the game. On some level they feel obligated to pre-announce their actions.
And now Betsy has shared another possible forewarning with us; namely, Divided We Stand: A Biography Of New York’s World Trade Center by Eric Darton. Published in 1999, it pre-dates the 9/11 events by a couple of years.
Section 1, Chapter 1 of the book is entitled “Fair Warnings”, and after a page or so, we find the following:
St. Paul’s is the oldest building on the island— a survivor still standing where New York City began—with a beautifully proportioned Georgian facade of brownstone Ionic columns facing Broadway. But it is St. Paul’s ancient cemetery behind the church that you’re heading for, where anyone who navigates the serpentine slate path among the headstones can find a bench to sit on and eat in complete tranquillity, just yards from the rush of pedestrian traffic on the other side of the palings. Even with the canyon walls rising around you, on a clear day you may find a patch of sun.
Here, you stare up at the tapering spire of the church, topped with its golden ball and pennant weathervane. A slight shift of your head, and you take in the massive square towers of the trade center, rising in parallel lines for a quarter mile until they simply stop.
A hot dog lasts only so long, and it is the World Trade Center you came to see, up close. So you leave the graveyard and walk diagonally across Church Street, past the pushcarts selling trinkets and souvenirs, past the huge concrete planters that are supposed to guard against car bombs, and up the steps into Austin Tobin Plaza, to where you encounter an entirely different WTC.
From, here you can see the Gothic detailing of the towers’ closely massed, aluminum-faced columns, stretching upward to what seem impossible heights. Even the skyscrapers surrounding these twins seem paltry by comparison. You look two Hocks northeast, toward Wool-worth’s soaring “cathedral of commerce,” relatively modest in its proportions, yet once regarded as the city’s most awesome exercise in skyscraper engineering. West and south lies the harbor, but your view is blocked by the twin towers that stand in between. You look up at them again. There is no denying the power of their mass and sleekness. But how much more clearly you could see the city, with its layers of accumulated history, if only these two vast and imposing structures weren’t here. (My emphasis)
The trick, then, is to make the World Trade Center disappear. This is not as difficult as it seems. Nearly anyone can do it. You don’t have to be a terrorist, a demolition expert, or a photo retoucher. You just have to go to the plaza and stand in the right spot. Choose either Tower 1 or Tower 2 and walk right up to it— not to one of its broad sides, but instead, to one of its narrow , beveled corners. Stand about as close as if you were going to have a conversation. Then look straight up. Four million square feet of office space stacked a quarter mile into New York’s skyline have been transformed into a thin gray ribbon of highway, stretching into space. With a subtle shift of perspective, you have caused one of the most massive buildings of the modern era to perform its built-in vanishing act.
But if one of the WTC’s secrets is that it can be made to disappear, what other kinds of knowledge might the towers hold? If you are going to find out, you will have to explore them, get to know their origins, their habits. You will have to ask them questions about what they are, and would be if they could. And you will have to talk with other people who have lived with and around them. To start by making the trade center disappear, though, seems a good way to begin. Because if you are going to get to know the WTC well— make it part of your own space and time— you must unbuild the towers, cause them to vanish from, the landscape. Then it will be possible to rebuild the World Trade Center, story by story.
Suddenly, without warning, the paving stones of the plaza heave up beneath your feet, and a blast of warm, acrid air buffets your cheek. Then comes the sound of the explosion. Seconds later, the streets fill with panicked workers rushing out of their offices, and before long, streams of dazed, soot-streaked survivors begin staggering mutely past. Then sirens shriek as ambulances arrive and medical personnel begin to attend to the hundreds upon hundreds of injured. Police cordon off the blast site as ire engines from every corner of the city converge. The mayor, obviously shaken, steps out of his limousine and is immediately surrounded by reporters. At the perimeter, you take your place among thousands of spectators, peering in mute astonishment.
Before you a familiar scene unfolds, yet different in its details from the traumas of your own time. It is as though by unbuilding the World Trade Center in your mind, you have entered a city that came before it: the Lower Manhattan of September 16, 1920, where a massive bomb, hidden in a horse-drawn carriage, has just blown up in front of J. P. Morgan’s Wall Street bank. And here you find that the blast of February 20, 1993, had a long-forgotten twin.
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Now, all of this could be coincidental but, like Betsy, I doubt it. I am particularly drawn to its “built-in vanishing act”. Few people seem to understand that all N.Y. skyscrapers and perhaps all skyscrapers in the US require a demolition plan to be included as part of the building’s original design. None of these buildings stay there forever, so when you build one, you need to plan for how you’re going to bring it down at the end of its life. Betsy has bought into the directed energy weapon as the means of destruction as championed by Dr. Judy Wood. Although I’m not drawn to this explanation myself, it is very likely that many mechanisms were involved, some perhaps as a distraction from the main game. For example, it is clear nano-thermate was found in the WTC dust and could have had a role of sorts, but it is not going to pulverise the building and everything in it.
Instead I am drawn back to the built-in vanishing act mechanism apparently installed when the buildings were constructed, as revealed by Dimitri Khalezov, along with now abundant evidence of nuclear explosion results, including the many deaths in N.Y. from radiation exposure-related issues. Let me share a segment of a prior post of mine on this:
In my view, in order to understand the 9/11 event, we need to look behind the scenes. Yes, there is abundant evidence that those in the current mainstream political and financial structure had much to gain from 9/11, including the rapid implementation of the draconian Patriot Act, but was this ultimately planned at an even higher level?
Firstly, it is clear from this interview segment with Aaron Russo just before his death that Nick Rockefeller was well aware of the plans for 9/11 and the subsequent war on terror, including the plan to supposedly chase bin Laden through caves in Afghanistan well before it happened. So at the very least, the Rockefeller family was aware of the plan.
Secondly, it is also clear that the destruction of the buildings at 9/11 was a nuclear event. In this article, Gordon Duff discusses the extensively covered up trail of radiation poisoning that resulted from 9/11. This is further illustrated by the fact that, prior to 9/11, the term Ground Zero only meant the point on the ground above or below a nuclear event, and this was subsequently disguised by retrospective changes to dictionaries as documented by Dimitri Khalezov (p93 & p559). For me, the only question is: what kind of device was responsible?
Some argue that there were mini-nukes used; however, the level of ground shaking and the swaying of buildings reported (p171 of Khalezov’s book) was consistent with a much more powerful explosion. Moreover, the large craters left at Ground Zero are consistent with a massive underground explosion (this article claims it was glacial damage, rather than the result of nuclear melting…). Here is a closer view of the glazed, previously molten rock surfaces.
For me, the trump card is the knowledge shared by Khalezov from his time in the Soviet military that there were nuclear devices placed under the these buildings for its pre-approved demolition plan (skyscrapers in Manhattan and perhaps all major American cities require a plan for their demolition before they are built). I quote from p58 of his book:
“I indeed knew from the time of my former military service mentioned above about the existence of a so-called “emergency nuclear demolition scheme” of the World Trade Center in the city of New York, in the United States of America; and I knew about the existence of this so-called “emergency nuclear demolition scheme” of the World Trade Center in New York City during not less than ten years prior to the eleventh day of September, year 2001 (two thousand one) A.D.”
Bizarre though this sounds, these were not the only buildings where this demolition strategy was deployed.
So were these the devices that were used to blow up the WTC buildings? In my opinion, yes, based on the extensive evidence and technical analysis provided by Khalezov. The craters left behind, the size of the seismic shockwave, the pulverizing of the buildings and those unpulverized segments, including at WTC-7 are all consistent with the use of 150 kiloton devices, not mini-nukes.
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To me, this is the source of the “built-in vanishing act” that was used to transform the world as we knew it, just as two World Wars, the assassination of JFK and other events were used before it.