nonhocapito wrote:This post is just to say that my research about the David Lloyd / "David Angell" gang (the gang of creators of Cheers, Wings, Frasier and cogs in the 9/11 scam) continues, albeit slowly.
I will soon retire my video about "frasier and 9/11" and pull it apart, I think I will be making shorter clips to be used on whatever complete story will come out of this eventually. But rest assured I have more interesting findings on this so in the meantime just one bit of stuff to keep you teased:
"Sam Malone", played by actor Ted Danson, is the major character of the show "Cheers".
The perfect anagram of "Sam Malone" is "Mason Male" or, if you want, "Lame Mason" (a Mason that still has to climb his way up the ladder.) You can see him in the picture above, in front of the omnipresent triangle hanging over his bar, or in his "9 and 11" outfit from the episode "The Sam In The Gray Flannel Suit".
The nickname of Sam Malone on the show is "Mayday". Sam "Mayday" Malone. As you may know, "mayday" is the emergency call for ships and such: it is sort of an equivalent of 9-1-1, and not surprisingly equally popular code in masonic circles.
"May Day" in fact is May 1st: popular holiday, notable pagan beltane festival and day on which, apparently, the "Illuminati" masonic lodge was founded back in 1776 (possibly the real reason why the "freedom tower", which apparently represents two stylized pyramids interlocked, will be 1776 meters tall...)
To cut it short: the innocuous playboy bartender played by Ted Danson on such an innocuous family show as "Cheers" was a walking ad for freemasonry. How about that.
nonhocapito, I have to admit I find this post of yours confusing considering what you stated in another thread regarding the whole "Illuminati" thing.