I couldn’t make this slag up even if I tried.
“Folks, this whole thing in Las Vegas,” she said, “this killing field in front of this sphinx, this pyramid, this obelisk, this is no coincidence. The pyramid, the place of death; do you know that the Luxor has been there 23 years, the man had 23 guns and his room was 23? This is not a coincidence in these number sequences.”
So a bunch of numbers were the same. Well, all humans breathe atmosphere so that must mean Illuminati lizard men who drink covfefe and live in Nambia confirmed.
“Las Vegas is a cesspool,” she continued. “It’s full of defilement, it’s full of debauchery, that’s why they call it Sin City. I don’t know if I’d brag about that. It might even be the world class pit of debauchery, really. The divination, the witchcraft, the occult, the necromancy. Forget that it is ancient Egypt revisited on steroids … it is really the epicenter of pagan gods, most of all these idols. That’s the very first commandment: no other gods before me.”
Personally, I prefer technomancers to necromancers but that’s just me:
Hey, we could all use some humor here.
Well, John Edwards will do shows in Vegas, but that shit’s just a lot of cold reading so no, we don’t have any actually necromancy going on in Nevada right now.
There’s a lot of gambling in Vegas. There is a lot of overeating and binge drinking there, to be sure. But it’s probably no damn worse than New York City on New Year’s Eve. Hell, I live in Wisconsin; we have casinos here. Shouldn’t part of Milwaukee be considered an area fraught with debauchery because of the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino? What about the Ho-Chunk casino? Are those somehow “less evil” because they are situated in Wisconsin and not Nevada? They have gambling, drinking and Vegas style shows.
Also, I had no idea that Loki would hang out in Vegas. When you think about it, it does make sense.
“This Route 91 Harvest Festival,” Zilinsky added. “Yeah, it’s a harvest festival all right—a pagan harvest festival. This thing was nothing more than a strategically located blood sacrifice ritual, a death ritual across from a pyramid.”
No, this wasn’t pagan. This wasn’t even remotely pagan. Please. Stop. The shooter’s religious affiliations haven’t been revealed as of yet. However, what happened on that night was the work of a human being. He was a person, just like everyone else. That’s the truly terrifying thing about this. He was just a man. Yet he did this. That should be the thing that truly frightens you, not some half-baked conspiracy theory.
One man caused this much death and heartbreak. That’s the horrifying fact in this case.