I was busy for most of the week on the prior post but I simply must comment again on the situation emerging over the severed head of a Mexican investigator searching for the body of a dead American jet skier. A few days ago the US authorities provided us with many LOL-inspiring quotes:
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said the death of the investigator was a message from gangsters for investigators to "stay out of their territory."The thing is, al-Qaida's 'playbook' comes from the same place as Los Zetas, namely from America's vast black opts establishment. Much as al-Qaida received much of its early training from the US, so to did the Zetas:
"I think their attempt is to intimidate law enforcement, no matter who they are or where they are," Perry told The Associated Press.
The beheading "is taking a page out of al-Qaida's playbook that these drug cartels have been doing for about the last three or four years now, trying to come up with the most grotesque form of murder they can to intimidate authorities and to intimidate the citizens of Mexico," former FBI profiler and NBC News analyst Clint Van Zandt said on TODAY.
Regarding Toxcatl festival, Frazer notes:
The Aztecs were hardly the only high indigenous civilization in the Americas to hold severed heads in great reverence. The Nazca civilization of what is now Peru, and who built the remarkable ley line-centric Nazca Lines, greatly coveted what are known as The Golden Bough, pg. 609'trophy heads':
The Nazca civilization, which flourished in Peru between the first century B.C. and the fifth century A.D. and slid into oblivion by the time the Inca Empire rose to dominate the Andes, is mostly known for carving in the desert hundreds of geometric lines and images of animals and birds that are best viewed from the air.Freemasonry also has quite the obsession with the decapitation ritual, using it to symbolize the ninth degree in the Scottish rite.
Carefully prepared, the lips sewed with long cactus spines, all heads featured a hole in the center of the forehead so that a carrying rope could be inserted.Hanged and suspended from these woven cords, the heads were long believed to be war trophies.
But recent analysis of the diet-related substances found in the teeth of some heads unearthed in 1925, reveals that the Nazca built their collection not from foreign enemies slain in battles, but from their own people.
So, if we take the decapitation ritual as a symbol of the New World Order, we can certainly discern an interesting message Los Zetas is sending to the US populace on behalf of their masters. As such, I doubt MSNBC or Fox will be reporting upon it.