Friday, July 15
Blackbird singing in the dead of night, take these broken wings and learn to fly
All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to arise
Blackbird singing in the dead of night, take these sunken eyes and learn to see
All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to be free
-Paul McCartney, Blackbird
Lenny Bloom at Cloak & Dagger has a really weird post about the above illustration which appeared in the July 10th edition of the Toronto Star.
Lenny Bloom thinks that this is a coded message for several reasons, and I will add my own:
* The streets listed are York and Toronto, meaning the viewpoint could be from as far north as Queen Street, another clue.
* The bird appears to be flying into the Skydome.
* The dates listed are August 31- September 1st, which is when the Balitimore Orioles play the Toronto Blue Jays on these very same dates.
I am waiting to find a hi-res image of this illustration, but there appears to be a black bird flying in the illustration.
The view seems to be from north of Toronto (have a look at this google map to see if my orientation is right).
Lenny doesn't understand what the number 4701 on the trolley means.
Here it is:
Another photo HERE.
It is a trolley car associated with the Dundas West Station, which has been undergoing some construction recently.
These are just some of the hints that Toronto is next. Recently, Peter Power, manager of Visor Consultants, the company who ran the terror drills during the London Bombings was in Toronto, where he met up with the likes of Anne McLellan and Julian Fantino. Who knows what was discussed.
"What is interesting is that he seems to have business connections to Giuliani, who was in London at the time of the bombings (the connection was through the Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness which, by happy coincidence, held its World Conference on Disaster Management in Toronto from June 10 to 13). "
Do these subtle clues hint at a terrorist attack at the end of the summer? I certainly hope not. But it's important to take down this information and chronicle it in case such an occurence actually does happen.