Show Notes for: #Cicada3301 Puzzle Update: Ian Murdock Flickr, Bruce Cooper Clarke and the CIA...
Flicker Update wow: https://www.flickr.com/photos/193211500@N04/
Cicada 3301 solvers have been hard at work on the Flikr updates.
This image was looked at closely and after examination, it appears to be an email address of Ian Murdock.
That opened the door. We found Ian had used Flickr frequently and so did his dad ! Here is an image of Ian on flickr
Solvers then found tons of images of Ian all over Flickr
They located Ian's account. Odd that the first three letters spell IAM. Arturo Tafoya , the enraged little pedovampire who failed to become a full fledged Cicada member constantly attacks Cicada claiming they belong to the IAM cult. absolute clowns.
Here is Ian's Flikr account .
Then we found Larry Murdock, who was, of all things, an entomologist, in other words, he was a professor of insects !!
Mr. Murdock has an obvious interest in Catholic archeology. What are the chances that a professor of entomology, obviously an expert on Cicadas, would also have an interest in historical Catholicism, the very theme Cicada uses again and again !
Larry is a pilot, just like Bruce Cooper Clarke is a pilot and he flies a 1928 bi plane with a very interesting Celtic Knot from the Book of Kells.
The Book of Kells is one of the finest and most famous, and also one of the latest, of a group of manuscripts in what is known as the Insular style, produced from the late 6th through the early 9th centuries in monasteries in Ireland, Scotland and England and in continental monasteries with Hiberno-Scottish or Anglo-Saxon foundations. These manuscripts include the Cathach of St. Columba, the Ambrosiana Orosius, fragmentary Gospel in the Durham Dean and Chapter Library (all from the early 7th century), and the Book of Durrow (from the second half of the 7th century). From the early 8th century come the Durham Gospels, the Echternach Gospels, the Lindisfarne Gospels(see illustration at right), and the Lichfield Gospels. Among others, the St. Gall Gospel Book belongs to the late 8th century and the Book of Armagh (dated to 807–809) to the early 9th century.
Scholars place these manuscripts together based on similarities in artistic style, script, and textual traditions. The fully developed style of the ornamentation of the Book of Kells places it late in this series, either from the late 8th or early 9th century. The Book of Kells follows many of the iconographic and stylistic traditions found in these earlier manuscripts. For example, the form of the decorated letters found in the incipit pages for the Gospels is surprisingly consistent in Insular Gospels. Compare, for example, the incipit pages of the Gospel of Matthew in the Lindisfarne Gospels and in the Book of Kells, both of which feature intricate decorative knot work patterns inside the outlines formed by the enlarged initial letters of the text. (For a more complete list of related manuscripts, see: List of Hiberno-Saxon illustrated manuscripts).
The Abbey of Kells in Kells, County Meath had been founded, or refounded, from Iona Abbey, construction taking from 807 until the consecration of the church in 814
Iona Abbey? Wasn't the pedovampire Arturo Tafoya whining about Thomas Schoenberger and Iona Miller on twitter for the last year?
Iona Miller was a hypnotherapist and scholar who co-published some interesting papers with Thomas. Her resume describes her as a consultant and transdisciplinary, is a nonfiction writer for both the academic and popular press, hypnotherapist (ACHE) and multimedia artist. Her work is an omni sensory fusion of sacred activism, intelligence, science-art, chaos theory, plenum physics, and emergent paradigm shift melding experiential psychotherapy, new physics, biophysics, philosophy, cosmology, healing, creativity.
Sounds pretty Cicadian if you ask me,
Iona was collaborating with Thomas since 2011 re Cicada
This is a snippet of a video from 2014 featuring Thomas's music and Iona's visual art. Iona was quite an artist.
Could she have created the images in Liber Primus?
It appears so.
We know Thomas is a polymath historian , has a Catholic themed YouTube channel and an absolutely brilliant composer
We located a picture of his wedding day in a Catholic church. Cicada 3301 has a Catholic theme with references to pilgrimages and saints, and early Christian mysticism
We know Iona Miller was fascinated by Orobus symbology.
The ouroboros or uroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. Originating in ancient Egyptian iconography, the ouroboros entered Western tradition via Greek magical tradition and was adopted as a symbol in Gnosticism and Hermeticism and most notably in alchemy. The term derives from Ancient Greek οὐροβόρος, from οὐρά oura 'tail' plus -βορός -boros '-eating'The ouroboros is often interpreted as a symbol for eternal cyclic renewal or a cycle of life, death, and rebirth. The skin-sloughing process of snakes symbolizes the transmigration of souls, the snake biting its own tail is a fertility symbol in some religions, and the tail of the snake is a phallic symbol, the mouth is a yonic or womb-like symbol.
Our team received a communication from someone who described himself as an " early solver" who wrote...
"Marcus Wanner and his little gang tried to take over Cicada 3301 with his elitist attitude and mocking of people. He does not represent Cicada 3301 and Marcus is tied into the same ugly group of grifters that include Arturo Tafoya, Esteban Trujillo Manuel Chavez better known as Defango and BB. They all tried to steal Cicada from the creators. They failed and Cicada 3301 is growing because people want their privacy back and they want to know how history really happened, not the narrative being spun by those who try and oppress us and tell us what to think. Cicada 3301 is a Christian movement. None of the would-be thieves are Christians" We have hidden treasures in Europe, near ancient Cathedrals, and when they are unearthed, everything will change. Seek and you will be found"
Then we received some artwork Iona did before Cicada even started and the initials I.M T.S are clear.
They stand for Iona Miller and Thomas Schoenberger. Our solvers have gone farther in 3 months than any Cicada 3301 solvers have before, That's because we allow people to be included in the quest, unlike Marcus Wanner Arturo Tafoya and other scam artists.
The big take away is that there seems to be treasure buried near the old gothic cathedrals in Europe and that could mean Ghent, which we cover extensively. It could also mean Cathedrals in Italy and of course France and England.
Imagine treasure being found near Chartres cathedral or Notre Dame or Westminster Abbey; Cicada 3301 may be the ultimate pirate treasure adventure and remember I am your Captain!
Bruce Cooper Clarke