Ferrelux Blog Quote: Quid Magna Infortunii ✴ What A Great Misfortune
On Sunday, January 26th 2020, we hear for the New Year that Legendary Basketball Player Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianni Bryant, & 7 others died in a helicopter crash in the hills of Calabasas, California. And of course this comes as a SHOCK to everyone. In my GoodReads section of the site, in prior weeks I featured books about his success, & one he created, a young adult fantasy fiction worth reading called, ‘Legacy & The Queen.’ Like many of you, I too have been dealing with his sudden death. He was one of my favorite Basketball Players. Over the years growing up with him (in a way) from a TV perspective, being 3 years older, looking at his face & his wild antics on the court with the way he moved & the tongue flicking, & that face, I thought to myself, he reminds me of a snake, you know like the villain Kobra-Khan from the original animated ‘He-Man’. And LO & BEHOLD, he was out there proudly calling himself the Black Mamba, a snake of Southern Africa related to the Cobra, but without the hood, with a certain survival mentality in which Kobe incorporated in his work ethic & his technique for playing. When you know yourself & what you identify with, putting stuff like that out there is easy. You see, I’m a Serpent too. His career started in High School being a phenomenal player why at 17 the NBA wanted him. He also had excellent grades. He could have gone straight to college on Scholarships, then joined the NBA later, but opted to JUMP at the opportunity & work on earning his college degree part-time in Summer School instead, and that turned out to be a good choice. Kobe enjoyed a very successful 20 year Pro-Basketball Career, bringing home Olympic Gold for America & retiring at age 38. He’s described as a great Father of 4. The media projects he was working on won significant awards & those children books he was writing made an impact. He also cared about The Homeless in his philanthropic missions to help them. At 41 years old he passed too soon. There are still trying to find out what happened as new reports come in. Just on face value with the initial news reporting, I would figure a skilled pilot of a helicopter should know whether to fly that day or not, so if he chose to, from his perspective the trip was possible, especially if the skies were clear at the time. When you see A LOT of fog & have flown in conditions like that before, then you know how to navigate a craft. Some pilots chose not to risk flying that day though. From the footage on the news with what we see as the chopper flying around, he could have been looking for a safe place to land. When witnesses are saying they saw the chopper flying dangerously low like a free fall, the pilot may have somehow LOST control of his craft due to something interfering & was struggling to regain it. I don’t think he would have willingly free falled. Also, I don’t know why a trained pilot who haven’t had any flight issues before, would trust using an ill-equipped helicopter since The News reported that he lacked life-saving navigational equipment on board. Maybe before the flight, there was tampering of some sort with the vehicle or controls. We’re now hearing the 911 calls that were released to the press, BUT the 2 are from persons on the ground calling about an impending crash. What about the people on board? Wouldn’t they be calling someone too in a panic if they saw they were about to crash. I know with similar crashes we hear about there is that last phone call to a loved one or cops for help. So what is really going on hear? This is where some of you can get into some conspiracy theories about his sudden death, or sacrifice rather, because it’s suspicious, then again it could just be an unfortunate accident. I mean, you can speculate anything. The helicopter does not have a Black Box. The company who made the helicopter is now halting further production & use of their chopper due to perceived faults with it. Well, that pilot have used that same manufactured craft before with no known reported issues. The latest info out there in The News, depending on who’s broadcast network you mind, there was ANOTHER helicopter flying around at the same time & they’re looking for that pilot to ask him some questions. Well, this is fodder for some curious theories. There is no reason for Kobe, Gianni, & the 7 other victims to be dead right now. They were heading to a young women’s school basketball game where his daughter played. The idea that a wealthy, mentally ill secret elite group in Hollywood got together & decided to orchestrate a way to take him out that day hours before The Grammy, to fulfill a cult offering to a mystery god for a divine favor at an event or something is not only sick, but should strike you as a wickedness to condemn. People’s lives are not yours to play God over, deciding at any damn time whether they should have something or not. That whole Sacrifice thing in Hollywood has been exposed multiple times by many Youtubers. It’s up to you whether you believe that stuff or not, but the arguments are too compelling to ignore. You can’t keep having numerical & other interesting coincidences like that in each case story. And the subtle public clues in hindsight leading up to a tragedy are there, because someone usually knows beforehand. With a practice like that, let me say, FIRST OF ALL, human sacrifices aren’t even necessary to appease those Deities. You do so in error. Well versed practitioners of The Occult are more sophisticated in the art of dealing with certain Entities without vulgar practices. So these people getting their kicks picking off unsuspecting persons thinking they are impressing some god, will learn that same Entity has its own karmic conundrum in store for YOU because it knows The Laws of the Universe better than you do why something ill-fated keeps affecting your future surviving generations for example. It’s the unwitting price you paid just to have a fleeting one-lifetime experience of wealth. And anybody trying to be famous thinking & feeling like they have to bend to The Will of those people controlling Hollywood and all, my advice to you is to value the things that are not Corporal, which they have no control over: Time, Space, Reality, etc. These are things they cannot make. And just holding strong, struggling on your own with dignity may be arduous, but the power in doing so makes you a contending force they can’t control. It’s okay if you’re not as famous as who they just radically socially promote overnight; be content you’re not their slave. You still have a free will & divine freedom. Success comes on its own time. Falling prey to them is a much greater loss giving away your Consciousness & when you realize it & try to get out or break away, or expose something of theirs, it could mean your reputation being damaged, losing something or someone important to you, or YOUR LIFE as we’ve seen with certain Celebrities. You’re dealing with barbaric people here and them commercializing your legacy for profit. I’m not sure entirely what Kobe’s situation was in regards to any of that, but to the Ones responsible for the deaths, in The End there’ll be a Reckoning to account for the life you’ve lived. They did nothing to you to deserve that. You took away persons that will be very missed by their loved ones. Now, they can’t return to their daily lives. Among them, a young lady’s dreams of becoming a revered female basketball player making her Jersey number famous. The University of Connecticut (Uconn) honored Gianni Bryant in their women’s league ceremony calling her Mambacita (Little Mamba), she one day wanted to play for them. Now all we have of her is the #2 Jersey she wore in life in the making which people are celebrating. And of course, The Lakers, forever honoring Kobe Bryant. They cancelled the game they were supposed to play days after his death only to resume schedule playing Friday January 31st. Kobe is survived by his Wife Vanessa & 3 daughters. He left an indelible mark on the game he loved playing, & making history with 2 retired Jerseys in the NBA, numbers 8 & 24. Watching you play at court not only inspires up & coming basketball players, but the Mamba Mentality has infused itself into the minds of those now discovering & emulating that method into their lives as you spoke it. You will be missed. Kobe Bryant, Black Mamba, Rest In Power. MAMBA OUT!
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This past 2017 Grammy awards turned out great with the performances,
but was not without a glitch. At the end, it was nice that a big winner, Adele
complimented Beyoncé’ album ‘Lemonade’ & how it inspired her & that
she should have won best album of the year.
Ofcourse, you may not agree with the winning recipient & one would have
to wonder if it is really based on politics or sales.
You can catch a list of all the winners & nominees here……