As you may recall, the 11:11 phenomenon visibly introduced itself into the Mothman scene in late 2006, when the sighting of a government van with the license 11-1L seemingly portended two tragic deaths and led local investigators to ponder certain questions: Who were the men in black in the van seen near Akron? Where they associated with the 1111 Independence Ave. address in the Chapel Hill Mall area of Akron, once an Indian sacred area? To get more answers, I recently made a second trip to Ohio to check out this Akron site, as well as the Mason, OH area, where I felt the famous Jesuit scrolls – regarding Egyptian tribes in Ohio – may have been hidden. The scrolls are said to have been the creative impetus for infamous Mason (and probable Moor) Joseph Smith to start the Mormon religion.
Before I got to 1111 Independence Ave., I had to pass through downtown Akron. Needing a short break, I stopped at the art museum. While strolling around the block, I discovered an empty lot amongst the tall buildings. It had obviously once been an ornate structure of some kind, possibly one of the first buildings in town, but all that was left was two Greek columns and the sign “United 1 Commerce Center.” Oddly, there were four 1s clearly visible at the site: the two columns, a 1 on the sign, and a similarly styled 1 on the very top of the building next door, which faced the now empty lot.
Four 1's seen across from Chase and Federal Bldg. in Akron. Information about this probable Masonic site is scarce.
Across the street were the federal building and buildings for Chase and Ernst and Young. This seemed to portend that something might be “going on” in Akron. And something was going on… Amazingly, Mothman had been seen a few days earlier, just a mile or two north of 1111 Independence Avenue! I wasn’t aware of this, however, until I returned from my trip. For a rundown of that sighting, check out this link:
When I got to the 1111 site on Independence, I found that a new series of storage buildings had been built there. These storage buildings are in addition to the previous apartments there, which look like a Masonic “11″ from the sky. I say “Masonic” because, while in Columbus, I found some Masonic literature showing that a heavily serifed “1″ within a triangle is one of their primary symbols. The new storage buildings, unbelievably, look like the numbers “111L” from the sky, the very numbers of the mysterious van seen in 2006! What makes this more amazing is that the “111L” buildings were not in existence in 2006 when the van was seen. The phenomenon seemed to somehow be predicting the future of this site.
The new buildings at 1111 Independence Ave., which look like "111L" from the air (with the "L" underlined for emphasis).
Why Mothman would also be seen there, soon after the buildings’ completion, is a mystery. Since the sighting occurred up the road past Indian Mountain, on the way to Kent State Univ., I figured maybe the phenomenon was pointing towards Kent State – that perhaps there was some Masonic connection between the Mothman conspirators of 1966 and the Kent State shootings. It has been said that the National Guard engaged in some Masonic chanting and marching just prior to the shootings, as if the whole thing was a ritual sacrifice. Independence Ave. is very close to a gorge in the Cuyahoga River. The Cuyahoga, which has caught on fire several times due to industrial pollution, runs by Indian Mountain, Kent State, and the Army’s massive Ravenna Ammunition Plant on its way to Cleveland, where the Rockefellers began polluting it in the late 1800s.
Both sets of buildings at 1111 Independence Ave. This was once a sacred Indian area overlooking the Cuyahoga River. Mothman was seen a mile or two north of here last month.
Indians were drawn to gorges and falls, and often built there mounds there, as in Mound, WV and Mason, OH.
Mason, OH, in the southern part of the state near Cincinnati, is an interesting place. It is one of the most quickly developing industrial areas in the country, and is home to King’s Island as well as Ft. Ancient, a famous ancient Indian site along the mound-encrusted Little Miami River. Mason was founded by a William Mason from Palmyra, Tennessee. He originally named the town Palmyra, too, probably in honor of the Middle Eastern roots of Masonry. Palmyra, NY, was where Joseph Smith started his whole Mormon gig, so it made me wonder if the scrolls had been found in the Little Miami gorge near Ft. Ancient. Other name game clues in the Mason area pointed to Egyptian and/or Moorish influences, such as the names of towns and establishments like “Cowan,” “Morgan,” “Lamb,” “Morrow,” and “Lebanon.” I was intrigued by the fact that the supposed finder of the scrolls, Solomon Spaulding, was from Conneaut, OH, which is in the upper NE corner of the state, and he was said to have found the scrolls along “Canute Creek” in “the Ohio Valley.” Spaulding’s publisher had shown the scrolls to Joseph Smith. While in Mason, I saw two different tractor trailers with the odd logo of a trucking company called “Conn West,” which carried Masonic symbols.
The Masonic "1" used as a primary logo for chapters in Ohio. Note resemblance to older buildings at 1111 Independence Ave.
Perhaps Conn West, which is actually based in northern Ohio, had something to do with “Conn East,” or Conneaut? It wasn’t until I returned home that I found that Conneault, along Lake Erie, is actually not that far from the sources of the Ohio River. There is a long serpentine wall at Ft. Ancient that looks both like a bird head with a long neck and human sperm. Synchronistically, those two seemingly disparate subjects are alluded to in an Egyptian painting showing the Birth of the Sun God, Ra, which implies that there is some genetic relationship between the Sun God (depicted as bird) and humans – similar to the Annunaki legends of the Sumerians. Eerily, the painting seems to depict genetic lineages inside the symbols “111L.”
The Birth of the Sun God, Ra. Note "111L" depicting what seem to be genetic lineages of the characters involved. From a birdman we see a progression to an olive-skinned human who worhips a bird god ensconsed in a Moorish crescent "boat" altar with four 1's in front.
To find out more about this fascinating subject, check out my recent interviews on Think or Be Eaten. Scroll down to shows 47 and 48: