9/11 Date to be Placed as Star on Crescent and Star flag
Alec Rawls explains, "The crescent memorial to Flight 93 will have the 9/11 date inscribed on a separate section of Memorial Wall that is centered on the bisector of the giant crescent, in the exact position of the star on an Islamic crescent and star flag. Check it out. As can be seen on our blogburst logo, there will be a copse of trees that sits roughly between the tips of the giant crescent (roughly in the position of the star on a crescent and star flag). That is the Sacred Ground Plaza, which sits just above the crash site. Inside the Sacred Ground Plaza is a two part Memorial Wall that follows the flight path down to the point of impact:Somerset Pennsylvania on August 2nd for the public hearing on the Flight 93 Islamic Crescent Memorial which they still have not altered despite public outcry. Join us in protesting this travesty and instead fight to honor the heroic dead that fought off the jihadis on that flight and saved the Capital building and/or the White House. Those great Americans did not die in vain nor did they die so that we might surrender at the feet of political correctness."
Elevation view of Memorial Wall. (Click picture for larger image. Source
The lower section of Memorial Wall (on the left) contains forty “translucent marble” blocks, inscribed with the names of the 40 murdered heroes (including Tom Burnett Jr.)
Next there is a gap marked “trail,” then the separate upper section of Memorial Wall has three more translucent blocks, inscribed with the 9/11 date. (There is one more translucent block on the flight path: the huge glass block that dedicates the entire site. It sits at the upper crescent tip, at the end of the Entry Portal Walkway. That bring the glass block count to 44, equaling the number of passengers, crew, AND terrorists.)
The path that divides the wall into two parts can be seen on the Crescent of Embrace site plan:
Purple: the path that divides the Memorial Wall into separate upper and lower
sections. Aqua: the separate upper section of Memorial Wall, inscribed with the
9/11 date. Red arrow: the centerline of the giant crescent (points to
Just by looking, you can see that the upper section of section of Memorial Wall is centered on the bisector of the giant crescent, placing it in the exact position of the star on an Islamic crescent and star flag. (Click picture for larger image.)
The date goes to the star on the Islamic flag. The date goes to the terrorists.
Just one of many Islamic and terrorist memorializing features in the planned memorial, and all of it remains completely intact in the Circle of Embrace redesign, which only disguises the giant crescent with a few irrelevant trees.
Tom Burnett Sr. and I will be traveling to Somerset, PA for the next public meeting of the Memorial Project on Saturday August 2nd. I figure most people who come out to help us tackle the hijacker will not be able to show up until Saturday afternoon, after the meeting is over. (In the past it has run from 10AM to somewhere between 12 and 1.)
Arriving in the early afternoon is perfect, as the meetings are quite dreary except for our chance to speak during the public comment period at the end. I am looking to secure a place to rally after the meeting (ideally outside the Somerset County Courthouse itself, where the meetings are held).
Anyone can sign up to comment during the public comment period, but for people who live a substantial distance away, that will take extra effort. They will have to either spend Friday night, or driving really early to try to make the 10 o’clock starting time. (Sign up might be allowed later into the meeting, but I wouldn’t count on it.)
Sunday morning can be used for a trip out to the crash site. If it looks like a lot of people will be coming, we might try to arrange something special there too.
Just achieving a show of support is important, as we are expecting that Mr. Burnett’s attendance will bring out the national media. (Fox News gave some nice coverage of Mr. Burnett at his home in Minnesota when we protested at the last public meeting.) If we can manage to bring a rally to this rural corner of Pennsylvania , that will be an impressive feat that will likely make the national news, and will help introduce the broader public to this enemy plot.
The meeting also provides an opportunity for Tom and Alec to direct news coverage to any allies who have fact-checked our claims. A major hurdle we are facing is a media embargo on checking and reporting the facts. Many stories have reported one or another of our basic claims, about the giant crescent pointing to Mecca, or the 44 inscribed memorial blocks emplaced along the flight path (matching the number of passengers, crew, AND terrorists). The reporters always follow with a quote from some spokesman for the Memorial Project calling our claims a lie, and leave it at that. Faced with clearly contradictory statements of fact, they never bother to simply open up the design drawings and count.
The first things that everybody needs to know are:
1. The original Crescent of Embrace design for the Flight 93 memorial was a bare naked crescent and star flag.
2. A person facing into the giant crescent will be facing almost exactly at Mecca
3. Every particle of this original design remains completely intact in the so called redesign, which only added a few irrelevant trees.
The grove of trees that sits in the position of the star on an Islamic flag marks the Flight 93 crash site. Face into the crescent to fact Mecca. This giant Islamic prayer rug remains completely intact in the Bowl of Embrace redesign.
A crescent that Muslims face into to faceMecca is called a mihrab, and is the central feature around which every mosque is built. (Some mihrabs are pointed arch shaped, but the prototypical mihrab is crescent shaped.)
The planned memorial will be the world’s largest mosque, by a factor of a hundred (and there are some REALLY big mosques.) But this isn’t just any mosque. It specifically memorializes the 9/11 terrorists. It is a terrorist memorial mosque.
One terrorist memorializing element (listed in our online petition), is the 44 memorial blocks that will be emplaced along the flight path (matching the number of passengers, crew AND terrorists). One of the mosque features (there are 12 in all) is the year round accurate Islamic prayer-time sundial:
On the left is a traditional Islamic sundial. The gnomon's shadow is just reaching the outer curved vertical, indicating time for Islamic afternoon prayers. On the right is the Tower
of Voices portion of the Flight 93 memorial. The superficial similarity is obvious, and shadow calculations confirm that, when the tower's shadow reaches the inner arc of trees, it will also be time for Islamic afternoon prayers. This is a very precise structure which could simply NEVER occur by accident.
The full list of Islamic and terrorist memorializing design elements goes on and on. Tom Burnett Sr. does not want this terrorist memorial mosque planted on Tom Jr.s gravesite, and is asking everyone within earshot to please help us stop the al Qaeda sympathizing architect. Here is a PDF of the ad copy from Tom’s appeal to the people of
Somerset this winter.
If people want to see the extent of the Park Service’s cover up of this terrorist memorial mosque, they can read the ad I ran alongside Tom’s letter in the Somerset Daily American, exposing the Park Service’s phony internal investigation.
At about 1PM (when the Memorial Project meeting lets out) Mr. Burnett and Alec Rawls will host a press conference and a rally outside the Somerset County Courthouse (where the meeting will be held).
Saturday evening we will have dinner someplace that can be flexible about our numbers (probably a big buffet style restaurant). Sunday morning we will visit the crash site. (Alec is making arrangements with the Park Service now, in case we get a large turn out.)
The only reason to try to make it to the meeting itself (10AM-1PM) is if you want to sign up to speak during the public comment period at the end. Otherwise the meetings are pretty dreary.
The larger purpose is to make a statement to the national news outfits that Mr. Burnett's presence will likely bring. (Fox news gave Mr. Burnett some nice coverage a couple of months ago.) A substantial rally would help that cause, hard as that is to achieve out in the hinterlands of Somerset, Pennsylvania
is a long way to go to make a statement, but the crash site is well worth visiting in its own right. If you've been thinking of making the trip, the weekend of August 2nd would be the time. It is a chance not just to pay a visit, but to in some small way honor the heroes of Flight 93 by following their footsteps and tackling our own hijacker.
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