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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Gathering my wits about me 
I'm still processing the deaths of Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake but a few things have struck me as odd thus far.

1). Jeremy Blake's Wikipedia page was recently edited (from a New York IP address) to include the information that "Blake's badly decomposed remains were subsequently found by a fisherman about 30 miles to the south of Rockaway Beach off the New Jersey shore." This statement is footnoted to an article that includes no such information and as of this writing there has been no confirmation that the body pulled Sunday from the ocean off New Jersey is Jeremy.

Also in the Wiki entry is this statement: Blake was the romantic partner of aspiring cultural critic and pioneering video game artist Theresa Duncan who, having fallen on hard times, killed herself the week before Blake took his own life. (Emphasis mine)

I'm unaware of any information that Theresa had fallen on hard times. For most people, a loving relationship, the respect of your peers, and a desirable New York City address do not constitute hard times. If so, please, send some hard times my way. Is this inside information or someone trying to shape the narrative?

2). On Friday, June 1st, Theresa posted a short poem by Sarah Hannah and linked to the young poet's obituary. Sarah Hannah, who was the same age as Theresa, reportedly committed suicide.

Age was not the only thing these two talented and doomed women had in common.

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Could two people resemble each other any more closely without being twins? I've been unable to uncover any other links between the two women aside from their polymathic natures and tragic deaths. What the hell does this mean, if anything? Is this some sort of cosmic joke or is there a deeper message?

Comments:
Add to those photos this one of Anna Daskell:

http://www.the-artists.org/Images/gaskell.gif

Three sisters...
 
Okay..I'll bite. The girls are twins separated at birth. But ..

where will that take you?
 
Hey. Due to only allowing registered users at RI, I figured I should post this here: Has anyone yet complimented Omnimental on his the swastika he has tattooed on his neck? (I'm guessing that's him. I figured he was some kind of satanic/fascist scumbag).

http://www.blogger.com/profile/09260439480019016159

Also, nice catch on the Wikipedia fortune telling.
 
I'm guessing if you find some other pictures of the two, there will be some obvious differences, but who knows? That is a remarkable resemblance. And, Anon, as far as Anna Gaskell looking like them, no, she doesn't.
 
Eric, I have no idea...the only thing my fevered brain can come up with currently is some sort of Boys from Brazil (Girls from Guatemala?) project to create a legion of brainy art chicks from the DNA of Jean Seberg (who also died at 40).

Raul, actually the more pictures you see of the two women the stronger the resemblance gets. It's extremely weird.

Thanks for the comments.
 
The Wikipedia page looks to me like someone just took the available evidence and connected the dots. The Duncan bit may simply be a supposition on the part of the writer, ignoring the possibility of depression. Or the Scientologists are trying to preempt consideration of any involvement, though this has to be a very low probability theory. What does need to be looked at is whether someone else was stalking them and trying to make it look like the Scientologists. They are a handy cover.
 
Well, do they share the same birthdays? Or the same sign? Maybe there's some strange conection?! I just hope and pray that they are in a better place! - A
 
Does anyone know how Sarah Hannah committed suicide?
 
Scientology Faces Criminal Charges
By CONSTANT BRAND – 3 hours ago

BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) — A Belgian prosecutor on Tuesday recommended that the U.S.-based Church of Scientology stand trial for fraud and extortion, following a 10-year investigation that concluded the group should be labeled a criminal organization.

Scientology said it would fight the criminal charges recommended by investigating prosecutor Jean-Claude Van Espen, who said that up to 12 unidentified people should face charges.

Van Espen's probe also concluded that Scientology's Brussels-based Europe office and its Belgian missions conducted unlawful practices in medicine, violated privacy laws and used illegal business contracts, said Lieve Pellens, a spokeswoman at the Federal Prosecutors Office.

"They also face charges of being ... a criminal organization," Pellens said in a telephone interview.

An administrative court will decide whether to press charges against the Scientologists.

In a statement, Scientology's Europe office accused the prosecutor of hounding the organization and said it would contest the charges.

"For the last 10 years, the prosecutor has been using the media, trying to damage the reputation of the Church of Scientology and not being able to put a case in court," Scientology said. "As a consequence, this created a climate of intolerance and discrimination" in Belgium.

It added that the prosecutor's recommendations suggested Scientology was guilty even before a court could hear the charges, making it "difficult for the Church of Scientology to recover and properly defend (itself) before the court."

Scientology has been active in Belgium for nearly three decades. In 2003, it opened an international office near the headquarters of the European Union to lobby for its right to be recognized as an official religious group, a status it does not enjoy in Belgium.

A Belgian parliamentary committee report in 1997 labeled Scientology a sect and investigations were launched into the group's finances and practices, such as the personality tests conducted on new members.

Investigators have spent the past decade trying to determine how far Scientology went in recruiting converts after numerous complaints were filed with police by ex-members alleging they'd been the victims of intimidation and extortion.

Justice officials seized financial records, correspondence, bank statements and other papers in their decade-long probe to track the flow of money to Scientology. Police also raided the offices of several consultancy firms linked to the Church of Scientology.

Pellens said that prosecutors expect Scientology to mount a strong legal challenge to the charges at a court hearing, which could come in the next two to three months. She acknowledged that could delay the case for years.

Belgium, Germany and other European countries have been criticized by the State Department for labeling Scientology as a cult or sect and enacting laws to restrict its operations.

The German government considers Scientology a commercial enterprise that takes advantage of vulnerable people.

The Los Angeles-based Church of Scientology, which is seeking to expand in Europe and be recognized as a legitimate religion, teaches that technology can expand the mind and help solve problems. The church, founded in 1954, counts actors Tom Cruise and John Travolta among its 10 million members.
 
I have looked everywhere but can't seem to find out "how" Sarah Hannah committed suicide..and how do they "know" that she did commit suicide after all ...seems she was divorced..
 
Did Sara Hannah commit suicide in the same manner that Theresa Duncan did..with pills?..
 
definitely some weirdness going on here. like was already said, no hard times , but plenty of spin on this muther from our enemy. kinda reminds me of Hunter Thompson sooeycide. it smells real bad, real bad.
 
so sorry, my above comment was about blake/duncan.
 
I think there is more to their deaths. Look up the term Gang Stalking. What happened to them is happening to a lot of people.

Theresa years ago had a workplace altercation with a coworker where she was escorted from the building, it was their second altercation. I think she was fired and banned after this. In many cases under occupational health and safety laws, you can have a warning marker placed on your file. Eg. Serious risk, only to be seen in twos. Etc. The warning marker follows you whereever you go.

When the community get these warning, they act frantic and this usually sets up a pattern of harassment, and stalking. Eg. Being followed around. This goes on for years none stop. Doesn't matter if you move from L.A. to New York the same thing happens, cause the warning markers are on your file. Also Theresa commented and due to the stalking had some interactions with neighbours where she said some things. Things that would have been added to her file.

These lists have created mini stasi villages in every community. The person on these lists often notice a type of systemic blacklisting. Trouble getting work, for what was a once promising career.

Also under occupational health and safety fit for duty laws are being used to list people as mentally unwell, even without live evaluations with a health professional.

If Theresa was placed on a list, then the same thing that happens to other targets would have been happening to her. Yes many of them also die mysteriously, commit suicide, are placed in jail, mental wards, or made homeless.

Please look up the term Gang Stalking. I think this is what happened to her.
 
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