Updated: Aug 27, 2020
Prior the establishment of Scranton, the biggest town in the area was Wyoming, about 10 miles to the south, located on the banks of the Susquehanna. Historically speaking, Wyoming is best known as the site of the Revolutionary War battle: the Massacre of Wyoming (MoW). The story of the MoW goes something like this: British loyalists, teamed with members of the Iroquois nation, tricked the militiamen out of their fort (known as Forty Fort), slaughtered them in battle and tortured the rest. The story spread throughout like wildfire and invigorated the colonists to continue the their fight. The primary villain in the tale, known as the Butcher of Wyoming, was a matriarchal tribal leader known as Queen Esther. It is said that the militiamen who fled the battle were hunted down, tied up and lead to a stone slab by the Susquehanna. Then their heads were placed on the rock and their skulls bashed in with a war club, by Queen Esther, as she danced and screamed. The event is commemorated with a historical marker at the slab of stone, calling it the Bloody Rock. The factual accuracy of this story is in dispute, as Queen Esther was known as a peaceful woman. Regardless of propagandized/mythicized details, the objective truth is a the brutal murder/sacrifice on the Susquehanna and it has been correlated in the collective consciousness with a matriarchal (goddess) figure named Esther. Now its gonna get weird. Much of the Susquehanna Mystery has to do with the recurring goddess theme upon the river, both in literal reality and syncromystic reality. This includes the Susquehanna/Sequana connection, the Susquehannock warrior as woman on the Map of Virginia, the two towns located at the 40th Parallel named for Liberty goddesses, a replica of the Statue of Liberty in the river, and the connection between Three Mile Island/TMI and Tiamat. Queen Esther of the Wyoming Massacre isn’t the only Queen Ester tied to revenge killings. The heroine of the Jewish holiday Purim is also Queen Esther. And like the Wyoming Massacre, Purim is blood-rich. The Purim story has been pointed out by many historians to be an updated version of the Sumerian tale of Tiamat and Marduk, where as Queen Esther and her uncle Mordici are the same characters in the Sumerian story. Common in the ancient world is how the Mother Goddess story is told in many cultures with different names, whether that be Semiramas, Ishtar, Esthar, Tiamat or even Isis. It can be confusing when focusing on the details, but becomes clearer when looking from a higher perspective. Let’s return to Bloody Rock. As pointed out in other posts and the video The Goddess Susquehanna, the Three Mile Island/TMI incident is a syncromystic tale of Tiamat. Both Bloody Rock/Queen Esther’s wrath and TMI, Tiamat’s wrath both sit on the Susquehanna, the goddess herself. Keep in mind that TMI is in Harrisburg, PA, the state capital. Bloody Rock occurred in Wyoming, PA, the predecessor for Scranton, home of multiple PA governors. The Wyoming Massacre occurred on July 3, 1778. The Three Mile Island accident occurred on March 29, 1979. This is exactly 200 years + 9 months (or the human gestation cycle) apart. And if you recall, the burning of Notre Dame, another crypto-goddess ritual, occurred on the 40th anniversary of the Three Mile Island incident, on the Seine/Sequana River. All three events link up, syncromystically, metaphorically and timeline wise.
And now it gets really weird. In the previous Scranton post, the final slide included a picture of film director Guy (rhymes with Mordici) Ritchie standing with the director of the Institute of Hermetic Studies (IHS). IHS is located in Wyoming, PA. Guy Ritchie’s ex-wife is the pop-star Madonna. And Kabbalist Madonna has changed her name to Esther. Something strange is going on in Scranton….
Originally posted on 7/31/2019