CONNECTION TO PIZZAGATE
The shocking revelation of details surrounding University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbett's murder last week raises questions about why her viciously hacked body was left in an Iowa cornfield, and whether she was the victim of satanic abuse, and if she were targeted specifically by the murderer. The strange coincidence of former FBI chief James Comey's tweets from an Iowa cornfield the day before Mollie disappeared also adds to the mystery.
JAMES COMEY'S TWEETS FROM IOWA
James Comey was in Iowa on Oct 20 and tweeted a picture of himself standing in a field of dead corn at sunset (8:41 pm), remarking: "Good to be back in Iowa." https://twitter.com/Comey/status/921536987072483328 There was speculation that he was in Iowa for the weekend to celebrate his wife's father's birthday.
On July 15 of this year, Comey was back in Iowa again and tweeted a picture of himself next to a 15-foot concrete painted gnome named Elwood at Reiman Garden on the Iowa State University campus, with the pun: "I hardly gnome." (I hardly know 'em.)
The next day, Comey tweeted a picture of himself in a field with rows of new corn, remarking: "So good to see new growth in Iowa and across the country."
ELWOOD THE GIANT GNOME
Elwood, the 15-toot tall, 3500 lb. concrete gnome, specially commissioned by the Reiman Garden https://a4.pbase.com/o6/07/204007/1/148507704.eIoCcwdg.elmwoodthegnome.jpg on the Iowa State University campus is not universally loved by visitors and is kept in an out-of-the-way corner. Its size (like Comey's size) is unusual for a gnome since they are historically considered to be dwarfish and small in stature. The name "gnome" is derived from the mythologist Paracelsus' Latin term: genomus, meaning one who dwells in the ground. Genomus is also related to the term genome, or genetic trait, which could explain why the giant gnome is considered a talisman of the Reiman Garden since the garden is known for genetic experimentation with plant hybrids.
The name Elwood is associated with a recent TV show based on a book written by Louis Mandylor who describes the plot thus:
Wheels turn within wheels. An infinity of parallel worlds. In Elwood, animal genetics have evolved, so that cats and dogs walk tall amongst humans. After the death of Delaney Fargas, the original "Godfather" of Elwood, Louie the Jaw, a human pit-bull and Delaney's right hand, is expected to take his place - as ruler of Elwood and as protector of Delaney's beautiful daughter Angelica. It is now Louie's responsibility to handle the power struggles between gangsters and politicians, deal with deviated visitors and protect those in need.
The theme of genetic experimentation is carried on in another important sculpture in the Reiman Gardens: 3 menacing bronze rabbit heads called "Rabbit Hill" by Deborah Matsuoka. https://archive.inside.iastate.edu/2005/0429/img/rabbits.jpg Description of this 2005 work of art:
Each sculpture weighs 150 pounds and is several feet tall – and that’s just the head poking up out of the ground. The typical prey becomes the predator.
Each head is two faced, with one menacing eye regarding its visitors and painted earth tones that are just a bit too bright. This explores the contrast between how we typically see rabbits (as soft, vulnerable creatures) and as they really can be (ravenous garden predators, capable of causing a garden‘s destruction). This is not unlike the dual nature of Reiman Gardens, which celebrate both the natural Iowa landscape and the hybrids so commonly created in the research laboratories of Iowa State.
The rabbits stand solitary and quiet in the far reaches of Reiman Gardens, both attracting people in to the prairie that was once less traveled, and repelling them away. The initial reaction to the menacing creatures was not overwhelmingly positive, but visitors have since grown to appreciate the predatory guardians.
The "dual nature" of the Reiman Gardens is of special note: the Gardens collect natural, wild plant species and also hybridize, or mutate, plants in their research gardens. The harmless natural plant collector, contrasted with alarming, frightening mad scientist, are illustrated by the two sides of the rabbit heads: the gentle cuddly rabbit face and the sinister, threatening rabbit face. (Rabbits, of course, are common lab specimens, prized for their ability to reproduce quickly in genetic experimentation.)
The ISU campus has other genome-themed statues---also not well received by the public. These are the G-nome (genome) sculptures atop the Molecular Biology building. These 4 controversial statues (https://localtvwhotv.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/g-nomes-still.jpg?quality=85&strip=all&w=1200)) were recently replaced with aluminum copies since the clay originals were disintegrating. Video here. More images of the G-nomes here.
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY RECEIVED A GRANT THIS YEAR TO MAP GENOMES OF CORN
Was Comey inspecting the new crops of genetically modified corn in Iowa State's newly funded corn genome project?
Iowa State University scientists will contribute to a new effort to map the genomes of 26 lines of corn, an ambitious project that will allow plant breeders and farmers to harness the crop’s vast genetic diversity . . . Detailed sequencing of the 26 lines identified for the project will unlock deeper understanding of corn genetics and open up a wider diversity of genes for plant breeders. Hufford’s lab has already grown some of the corn lines in a greenhouse in Bessey Hall, and those plants will provide the material used to perform the genome assemblies and to construct maps to improve these assemblies.
In February, shortly after receiving the grant to map corn genomes, Iowa State researchers tried to debunk anti-GMO criticism. It's a bit hilarious that they blame the (guess who?) Russians for initiating the anti-GMO conspiracy. This article shows the ISU researchers on the warpath against Russian publications RT and Sputnik spreading anti-GMO arguments:
RT and Sputnik overwhelmingly portrayed genetic modification in a negative light,” the researchers wrote. “Among U.S. news organizations, the left-leaning Huffington Post produced the most ‘anti’ articles, followed by CNN. Fox News produced the most neutral or mixed coverage of GMOs.
U OF IOWA PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT IN THE NEWS
The U of Iowa shares ISU's fervent interest in plant and animal genetics and both have an obsession with gnomes, which are an official mascot of their sports teams. Are gnomes (genomes or G-nomes) the new icon for genetic mutation research?
ISU's gnome: http://ep.yimg.com/ay/collegefanfare/iowa-state-garden-gnome-3.jpg
UI's gnome: https://i.pinimg.com/736x/fe/4b/a1/fe4ba18ecd123969f278d4677f59d307.jpg
Mollie Tibbetts was a psychology major at UI, and the psych dept released a statement about her on their webpage:
STATEMENT ON MOLLIE TIBBETTS
The faculty, staff, and students of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences offer their condolences to the family and friends of Mollie Tibbetts. Mollie was one of our own and we are deeply saddened by her loss.
The UI Psychology Department was the subject of a raid by the Animal Liberation Front in 2004. The ALF claimed responsibility for breaking and entering the Spence and Seashore Labs and liberating dozens of animals in cages in the vivisection lab and other labs. Horrifiying details of abused and drug-addicted animals here.
In May of this year, the University of Iowa was accused by an animal rights org of the deaths of 244 animals from neglect and abuse, a charge the university vigorously denied. Animal rights organizations began focusing attention on UI when a photo of an escaped goat running through the campus was publicized: https://assets.change.org/photos/4/ze/dn/SozeDnPSrMFvXdr-1600x900-noPad.jpg?1455034506
HUGE UNDERGROUND TUNNELS UNDER BOTH UNIVERSITIES
It should be noted that both Iowa State University in Ames and University of Iowa in Iowa City have vast tunnels under their campuses. This is of special interest because the nature of animal genetic research and genetically modified plant research is highly controversial and hidden facilities could possibly be useful to mad scientists.
I don't claim that there is a connection between James Comey's cornfield tweets, Elwood the Gnome, genome sequencing projects, GMO corn, mutated animals and UI psychology student Mollie Tibbetts, but it is essential background information for anyone to consider when researching further into her murder. An Iowa cornfield may not be as innocent and harmless as it seems on first thought. Iowa cornfields could actually be field laboratories for science-fiction type mad scientists who want to redesign plants, animals and people into the image and likeness of their choosing.