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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    My readings are turning up that she was likely dissociative, borderline, and a sociopath (according to a specialist studying the case), and that the intruder explanation does not fit the case. And that there were signs of ritualistic (and sadomasochistic) abuse with JonBenet's body and in the letter, which the closest handwriting analysis experts linked to her mother.
    Lol. Yeah. Whatever. I read all the material -- there's a lot of popularized crap that never panned out.

    You're aware of the DNA evidence in 2008, correct?


    As far as Freemasons, I don't know much about it. My father was involved in the Masons; I studied it a little, it just seemed to be one more social group made of "upstanding community men" who were just as human as everyone else, and I did not see what the hype was. They were just as coarse and self-centered as any other group of human beings I had come to know.

    There is a lot of mystical stuff involved in its origins, along with symbols on the American dollar, the Illuminati stuff, etc. I doubt many of the people involved on the basic level know or care about all that stuff; they just go there to be part of a community group, like some people go to church.

    A lot of the abuse links seemed to refer to events over in the UK. The group might have different influence there.
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    Yeah, I saw that. The parents corrupted the body before they investigated it. I mean, he found it, she wept over it etc. Then there might have been some question the lab was corrupt as well.


    Freemasons are very powerful. Or haven't you heard?



    I am not the enemy here. Why the bantering and defensive overtones? Isn't anyone interested in the association between DID and Freemason practices?
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    Did you read the results of the DNA test? "Contamination?" This was accounted for, obviously... that's a basic-level concern.

    http://articles.cnn.com/2008-07-09/j...ly?_s=PM:CRIME

    John Ramsey found his daughter's body in the basement of the family's Boulder, Colorado, home on December 26, 1996. She had been strangled and beaten. Testing in 1998 showed that DNA evidence found in the girl's underwear and beneath her fingernails was from an unidentified man and did not match anyone in the Ramsey family.

    Tests conducted in March revealed that new DNA collected from a pair of long johns matched a sample previously taken from the child's panties.

    Genetic material was scraped from the waistband of the long johns, which JonBenet was wearing over her underwear when her body was found. Lacy said in her statement that authorities believe the long johns were either replaced or removed by her killer.

    Additional tests were conducted to ensure that the genetic material did not come from law enforcement or medical examiner's personnel, the statement said.

    "The unexplained third-party DNA on the clothing of the victim is very significant and powerful evidence," Lacy's statement said. "It is therefore the position of the Boulder District Attorney's Office that this profile belongs to the perpetrator of the homicide."

    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    I am not the enemy here. Why the bantering and defensive overtones? Isn't anyone interested in the association between DID and Freemason practices?
    Because of this:
    Denial? Is that why no one is answering me?
    You start with what amounts to a conspiracy theory, then an hour minutes later on a slow afternoon accuse members of "denial" because they didn't happen to respond to rebutt it. Considering this kind of illogic has been pervasive in your posting history, at this point people are just really hypersensitive.

    Let me give you a pointer: Next time instead of being aggressive and accusing people of "denial" for not responding, just explain in more detail what you are finding out, or say, "Am I really off-base here, which is why I'm not getting a response? If you found some links that disprove what I found out so far, just let me know. Meanwhile I'll keep looking." Or something similar. Stop assuming people are part of the conspiracy you've forumulated, just because there has been no response in an hour on a dead forum.

    You started the antagonism, and people are just responding to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    Because. I just do.


    Why are you being so defensive?
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    A guy was beating his kid with a cucumber in the grocery store. I grabbed it out of his hand.
    He must have been a 'satanic Freemason'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    I am not the enemy here. Why the bantering and defensive overtones? Isn't anyone interested in the association between DID and Freemason practices?
    Yes.

    Do you have any sources on the subject?

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    Uh oh. And now there it was, ominiously lurking like a black thundercloud on a brown horizon: The nefarious "call for sources." This was the moment that Emily dreaded, the moment when she would have to provide support for those ideas which in the past she had just taken the liberty to believe, savoring each like a delicate morsel of chocolate brownie that left her feeling heady enough to swoon. But, like a triple-dog dare, the call for sources was one that could not be avoided or denied. it was part of how the game was played.

    She took a deep breath and dug into her magic satchel, fishing around for the things she had gathered, trinket by suggestive trinket...
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    I was hoping to join the Freemasons next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    I was hoping to join the Freemasons next week
    The hazing ritual involves molesting a child. I guess it's more hazing for the child than for you, but you might still want to take it into consideration.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Uh oh. And now there it was, ominiously lurking like a black thundercloud on a brown horizon:
    You're wrong, Jennifer [citation needed].

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