Clyde Lewis: Many Untold Anomalies to Aaron Alexis' Story
September 18, 2013, 12:49 pm
By James Pilato
Producer, "Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis"
America woke up this week to another mass shooting event, this time at a Naval ship yard in Washington D.C.
And while the mainstream media will focus on the gun control angle, KXL's Clyde Lewis says there are many untold anomalies to the story of Aaron Alexis.
"When I first heard about the shootings, I was trying to find information from a ton of news websites - including those from outside the United States," Clyde Lewis said. "A Canadian website called The Daily Courier had the story of the shootings as being published on 11:31PM, September 15th - not the 16th when it really happened."
The Daily Courier has since adjusted the date on the post to reflect the actual time of the shootings.
But Lewis says that that's just the beginning.
The Associated Press reported: "A month before he went on the rampage that left 13 dead, Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis complained to police in Rhode Island that people were talking to him through the walls and ceilings of his hotel rooms and sending microwave vibrations into his body to prevent him from sleeping."
Clyde Lewis asks if this is could be consistent with other so-called 'gang stalking' or 'electronic harassment' stories, saying that Aaron Alexis may be a "patsy… where planted disinformation is created to distract from the frightening reality of gang stalking and harassment from rogue agents - or worse."
It's also being reported that Aaron Alexis was a military contractor and computer specialist that worked on the Navy's intranet - and was even on a team called 'The Experts'. On a day that saw the release of the new 'Grand Theft Auto' video game, it's important to note that Alexis was said to have been an avid fan of first-person shooter games like 'Call of Duty' and 'Resident Evil' and could play them for over a dozen hours a day.
Another strange element is the poem that was allegedly posted to Aaron Alexis' alleged Facebook page hours after the shootings. Among the rhymes about "Ancient sailors of space and time," Alexis makes explicit reference to the notorious Heaven's Gate suicides:
"Remember March 24, 25 and 26th.
In the year of 1997
The away team left and went to heaven.
Another world they saw, they live in in awe but they will return to save us all.
And thus is my story, of fame and glory
My testimony is my word and all I have
For today I joined the Away team."
However, a Facebook feature lets users schedule posts for later, which Lewis says, "would give someone like Aaron Alexis a way to post something posthumously - as the poem indicates Aaron allegedly knew his fate."
Clyde Lewis goes even further by noting that, "It is quite coincidental that the Heaven's Gate cult leader Marshall Applewhite also started to hear voices telling him that he was Jesus and so he organized his cult - with many of the members being computer experts. In fact, a few of them were under contract with military intelligence operations. Three members of the Heaven’s Gate 'away team' worked for the Advanced Development Group, a company that developed computer-based instruction for the US Army."
Was Alexis looking forward to the arrival of Comet ISON like the Heaven's Gate cult was awaiting the Comet Hale-Bopp?
Clyde Lewis closes by saying that this "'cosmic suicide trope' will be buried in nonsensical hogwash about gun control and whether or not Aaron Alexis stopped being a Buddhist and decided to become a Muslim."Read more