On October 1, 2017, a mass shooting occurred at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The gunman, Stephen Paddock, opened fire on the festival crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino across Las Vegas Boulevard during the closing performance by singer Jason Aldean at a packed outdoor concert. The shooter was identified as 64-year-old Stephen Craig Paddock who lived in Mesquite, Nevada. He was found dead in his hotel room with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The incident became the deadliest mass shooting in the United States, with at least 60 fatalities (including the perpetrator) and 527 injuries. 2017 Las Vegas Strip Shooting
Emotions ~ The Ripple Effect.
Reality is built on emotions something that both unites and divides the human bio-genetic experiment. The lives and chapters of those injured ~ and others who died in the Las Vegas Shooting ~ ripples out to the world and others who empathically connect. You will have an emotional reaction - consciously or subconsciously - whether you know someone who was there or not - examining how terrorism could affect you and those you love. Each act of terrorism, at home and abroad, impacts on the psyche of everyone in the hologram. Most move on as they are not directly involved, but that energy spike remains as part of how to react in a similar situation.
It also redirects to the emotion FEAR. These days if people hear any type of explosive noise they panic. Fear, panic, and anxiety, are generally linked with mental illness - minor (controlled) or serious (self-destructive). We say we will rise above fear and for some that works - but not really. It's there often acting as a defense mechanism or a catalyst spiraling someone out of control. Mental health is about Control. Are you in control of your life? Do you have self-destructive patterns and tendencies?
Life is about genetics.
Stephen Paddock obviously was mentally ill and as with many psychotic people was able to show the world a normal side to his personality. You just don't become psychotic - it's genetic. It usually shows itself between ages 19-20 when most sufferers have a schizophrenic break while others learn to function around there psychotic tendencies usually with meds. Genetically speaking ... Stephen's father, Benjamin Paddock, suffered from psychosis with suicidal tendency. He was an escaped criminal considered dangerous and was on the FBI's most wanted list for years. During an 18-month span in 1959 and 1960, Benjamin Paddock hit two branches of the Valley National Bank in Phoenix, making off with $25,000. The authorities caught up to him in Las Vegas. Maybe there's a clue there for authorities to figure out.
As with life ~ in solving the equation about who we are and why we are here ~ questions create more questions that lead to questing for answers until that "Ah ha Moment" when the truth about the illusion is realized. This pattern now takes shape in the form of discovering how and why Stephen Paddock went postal. In duality ~ interviewing his girlfriend will help formulate the patterns of Stephen's time here. His is a very sad story but one of many. It is hard to live with mental illness and even harder to live with someone who has one, or a combination of, personality disorders.
End time moments.
So where does one go from here? Where does one look to make sense of the increasing insanity in this world? For those programmed like me it's about end times and the collapse of the systems that create the illusion of this reality. Others have come to understand that patterns of destruction continue on with no formula to remedy them. Many believed that god and government will bring resolution but with the current state of political chaos things grow worse from week to week and often from day to day creating awareness that answers to freedom on all levels will not be found here.