Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Supernatural Chalk Drawing About 9/11 & Christina Taylor Green?

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“Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous.” ― Albert Einstein, The World as I See It

Here's an intriguing story.

Check out this 9/11 memorial chalk drawing by amateur Scottish artist Willie Gardner that features a portrait of Christina Taylor Green, the young girl who was shot dead during the assassination attempt on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords this year in Tucson, Arizona:

Christina Green was born on 9/11/01 and was one of 50 children born that fateful day featured in the book, Faces Of Hope: Babies Born On 9/11.

CHRISTina represents MARYland in the book and on the page after her baby picture the following caption appears:

"I hope you know all of the words of the national anthem and sing it with a hand over your heart."

(Congress singing the National Anthem on the steps of Capitol Hill on the 10th anniversary of 9/11)

Remember because of the tragedy that befell Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, the U.S. Congress sat together instead of divided at the presidential State Of The Union address this year. Also, Rep. Giffords first public appearance since being shot was in Congress on August 1st to vote for the contentious debt agreement:

Notably an angel statue has been erected in Arizona to honor Christina Taylor Green called, "Freedom's Steadfast Angel of Love". The statue, designed by sculptor Lei Hennessy-Owen, was created with a World Trade Center beam from ground zero in NYC, a piece of steel from the Pentagon and a large rock from the Flight 93 crash site. It stands 9 feet 11 inches tall and is a replica of angel statues at Ground Zero in New York, the Pentagon and the Flight 93 Crash site (four angels total - see upper left corner of sketch above):

The sculpture now stands at the park where Christina used to play little league baseball. Her father is a scout for the Los Angeles Dodgers and her grandfather, Dallas Green, was once a major league pitcher and is a former manager of the Philadelphia Phillies who brought the team their first World Series championship in 1980. Christina dreamed of being the first female major leaguer.

One can see four angels flying up to heaven in the upper left corner of the 9/11 memorial sketch above. Maybe Christina is the last one of them...

Now here's what's most remarkable about all this. The part about the chalk sketch being a memorial drawing is just a story. Willie Gardner drew that sketch in the late-1980's, well before 9/11 and any terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers. What's more, Gardner passed away last November before Christina Green was killed in the Arizona shootings:

A chalk drawing done by an artist in the 1980s gives a terrifying premonition of 9/11.

The spooky artwork depicts a forlorn young girl flanked by two jet planes with the Twin Towers swamped by flames.

But in fact it was drawn more than 10 years before the atrocity.

Artist Willie Gardner died in November last year at the age of 78 taking with him to the grave exactly what inspired him to create the work.

It shows the falling locks of the child's hair spiralling downwards. It looks like fire and smoke billowing into the sky from one of the doomed towers.

The drawing has hung in the reception of the Grangemouth Community Education Unit in Stirlingshire.


Like I wrote originally, maybe God's trying to tell us something...

(Who Authors our story?)

Final note: In the upper left corner of Willie Gardner's drawing, there appears to be an image of a solar eclipse on which the fourth and final angel, which represents Christina IMHO, is flying up to heaven. There was a solar eclipse on January 4th of this year. The Tuscon, Arizona mass shooting occurred January 8th.

January 4th, 2011 solar eclipse

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