Friday, October 11, 2013

Update on "john constantino - GS" research: messengers and messages hypothesis

Update on "john constantino - GS" research: messengers and messages hypothesis 


7:56 PM 10/11/2013

Man who set himself on fire at the National Mall identified

By Funke Oyelade
The man has been identified as John Constantino, 64, from Mount Lauren, NJ according to USA Today.
According to the Associated Press, the man died on Friday and DNA was needed to identify him because his burns were so severe. The police still do not know what Constantino’s motives were for his actions.
Constantino poured gasoline on himself in the center part of the Mall before setting himself on fire around 4:20 pm. Bystanders rushed to the man to help put the fire out, taking off their shirts and smothering the fire.
The Los Angeles Times reports that witness Nicole Didyk explained that she saw “flames on the Mall. ... Not like shooting flames, but the grass was on fire."
“There was not a lot people could do because it was a gasoline fire,” said Katy Scheflen, anotherwitness, according to The Associated Press.

John Constantino, 64-year-old New Jersey resident, doused himself with gasoline last Friday, gave a military salute to the Capitol then ignited himself

The man who set himself on fire on the National Mall and later died was identified Monday, though police had no more information on his possible reasons.

John Constantino, 64, of Mount Laurel, N.J., had burns so severe that authorities needed to use DNA and dental records to identify him. District of Columbia police spokesman Paul Metcalf in an emailed statement confirmed his identity.

Constantino poured the contents of a red canister of gasoline on himself in the center portion of the mall Friday afternoon. He then set himself ablaze, with passing joggers taking off their shirts to help put out the flames. Police had said he was conscious and breathing at the scene.

But he died Friday night at a Washington hospital where he had been airlifted.

Police are investigating the man's possible motives. Lt. Pamela Smith of the U.S. Park Police said she was not aware that he had carried any signs with him or had articulated a cause.

One witness, Katy Scheflen, said she did not hear the man say anything intelligible before he set himself on fire. But she said she did notice that another man with a tripod was standing nearby and had disappeared by the time the police had arrived. It was not immediately clear whether a recording exists.

"He appeared to be waiting for something to happen. After it happened, he was gone," Scheflen, a Justice Department lawyer, said of the man with the tripod.

"I can't say what the connection was between them or whether there was a connection," she added.

The fire occurred in a city with jangled nerves following a Sept. 16 mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard that left 13 dead, including the gunman, and a high-speed car chase outside the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. The chase ended with a woman being shot dead by police with a young child in the car.

Was DC Self-Immolation A Vietnam-Styled Political Copycat?

7:03 PM 10/11/2013

Mike Nova: I think that the references to these Facebook pages on "john constantino - GS - p.3" do confirm further my hypothesis and impressions described below and in previous posts. 

John Constantino

John Constantino - likes:

William Shakespeare - Some quotes: 

October 3 

Call in the messengers. As I am Egypt's queen,
Thou blushest, Antony, and that blood of thine
Is Caesar's homager; else so thy cheek pays shame
When shrill-tongu'd Fulvia scolds. The messengers!

Let Rome in Tiber melt, and the wide arch
Of the rang'd empire fall! Here is my space,
Kingdoms are clay;
our dungy earth alike
Feeds beast as man. . . .

--from "Antony And Cleopatra" Act 1, scene 1, 29–36 

October 8

“The rest is silence.”
--Hamlet (Hamlet) 

October 9

"O, what a rogue and peasant slave am I!
Is it not monstrous that this player here,
But in a fiction, in a dream of passion,
Could force his soul so to his own conceit
That from her working all the visage wann'd,
Tears in his eyes, distraction in his aspect,
A broken voice, an' his whole function suiting
With forms to his conceit? And all for nothing,
For Hecuba!
What's Hecuba to him, or he to Hecuba,
That he should weep for her? What would he do
Had he the motive and the cue for passion
That I have? He would drown the stage with tears,
And cleave the general ear with horrid speech,

Make mad the guilty, and appall the free,
Confound the ignorant, and amaze indeed
The very faculties of eyes and ears."

--Hamlet from "Hamlet" Act 2, scene 2, 550–566 

20 hours ago

Polonius: What is the matter, my lord?
Hamlet: Between who?
Polonius: I mean, the matter that you read, my lord.
Hamlet: Slanders, sir; for the satirical rogue says here that old men have grey beards, that their faces are wrinkled, their eyes purging thick amber and plum-tree gum, and that they have a plentiful lack of wit, together with most weak hams; all which, sir, though I most powerfully and potently believe, yet I hold it not honesty to have it thus set down, for yourself, sir, shall grow old as I am, if like a crab you could go backward.
Polonius: [Aside] Though this be madness, yet there is method in't.

--from "Hamlet" Act 2, scene 2, 193–206


7:42 PM 10/10/2013
Mike Nova: Amazingly enough, I found this article, the only one (that I saw) that provides some background information on John Constantino tucked in almost inconspicuously on the second page of Google search news. It is very valuable, but still is not sufficient for the understanding of this event. Apparently, the informational moratorium continues, and the reasons for it are not that clear. 

Mt. Laurel vet who set himself on fire had served during Vietnam War

Cherry Hill Courier Post-16 hours agoShare
John Constantino, 64, was an active-duty Marine from December 1968 until May 1973, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

John Constantino lived on Sandhurst Drive in Mount Laurel. / John Ziomek/ COURIER-POST
MOUNT LAUREL — The Mount Laurel veteran who died by setting himself on fire in Washington, D.C., Friday served his country during the Vietnam War, officials say.
John Constantino, 64, was an active-duty Marine from December 1968 until May 1973, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. President Richard Nixon ordered U.S. forces to withdraw in 1973, and the war ended in 1975.
Constantino was also receiving veteran benefits, a Veteran Affairs spokesman said.
The Courier-Post reported earlier today that property tax records indicated Constantino was a disabled veteran. It’s not clear at this time what that disability was.
However, Constantino’s family members said he had long struggled with mental illness.
The day after police in Washington confirmed Constantino’s identity, Virginia-based attorney Jeffrey Cox issued a statement on the family’s behalf:
“John Constantino was a loving father and husband. His death was not a political act or statement, but the result of his long battle with mental illness.”
Records for the home on Sandhurst Drive where Constantino lived with his wife show he was exempt from property taxes as a totally disabled veteran.
By state law, that exemption goes to veterans “honorably discharged from active wartime service (and) VA certified as having service-connected total or 100% permanent disability.” Spouses of such veterans — or of those who died during service — also are eligible.
Constantino’s death Friday followed two other high-profile incidents in the capital: a shooting at the U.S. Navy Yard last month that took the lives of 13 people, including the perpetrator, and a car chase Thursday that ended with a Connecticut woman fatally shot.
The recent violence — along with a government shutdown gripping the city — led to speculation about Constantino’s motive.
But relatives insisted there was none.
“His family is shocked and deeply saddened by this loss,” the statement read. “This is a personal family matter and not an issue of public concern.”
Cox said he believed Constantino had family in the Washington area.
Constantino died after he took a gasoline canister and lit himself on fire, according to authorities.
His family expressed thanks to passers-by who attempted to put out the flames.
Constantino’s Sandhurst Drive neighborhood was quiet Tuesday morning as a handful of reporters knocked on doors. A gold Buick was parked in the home’s driveway, but the door went unanswered.
Many on the street said they didn’t know the family; some were unaware of the incident.
An immediate neighbor who would only identify himself as John, called Constantino “a good man, good neighbor, good friend.”
“Something like this was unexpected.”
Reach Angelo Fichera at afichera@ or at (856) 486-2476. Follow him on Twitter @AJFichera

Mike Nova: 

It seems to me (and this is just a working hypothesis and, again, my very humble and strictly personal opinion) that the recent string of three tragic events might be interpreted mostly as messages, most likely from the GRU, and the actors of these events might be interpreted mostly as messengers. It remains the most tantalizing mystery, HOW they were turned and used: zombified, coerced, manipulated, etc. into the messengers, and I hope that we will be able to solve this mystery at some point. The main thrust of these messages, which most likely originate from the chief messenger, the new chief of the GRU Igor Sergun (very smart, but in certain ways, a sick man and a very determined and ruthless one, a real killer, as he was described) on the direct orders of the chief Russian ruler, V. Putin (who is also smart and sick, but in a somewhat different ways), as I wrote previously, is to threaten, to intimidate and to retaliate. These messages, namely the last of them, the self-immolation episode by John Constantino, who, I think, was chosen as a messenger, at least in part, simply because of his last name, as demonstrated in these Google searches below, might be also inspired by the upper echelons of Russian Orthodox clergy, which serve these days as the truly and indisputable "ideology department" for Putin's ruling system, and might involve the elements of the "ideological war", involving, among the other issues, the subject of gay rights, which remains a central ideological concern for the ROC (Russian Orthodox Church), and which, the gay rights, they reject most vehemently, with all the intolerance, militancy and rabid hatred of sick, pathological homophobia. It appears also to be directed against the liberal policies and stance in this regard of President Obama; note that all three victims - perpetrators of these episodes were black, and it was noted by the press. 
The details of Mr. Constantino's life history still were not disclosed publicly, and I would guess that they might provide some additional or confirming clues. 
The celebration of Olympic torch arrival in Moscow appears to be the culmination of these episodes, as I described in a previous post, for which these tragic events provided a self-assertive propaganda backdrop and the cause for celebration of the "symbolic victory". 
I also think that these actions might revolve very much around the Bout affair, with the purpose to retaliate and to put the strong pressure for his release; and this was discussed by me earlier also in one of the previous posts.
If it is so and at least partially correct, this, besides the extreme rage and other emotions, is simply sickening. 
I hope that the Russian leaders and their "faithful servants" will read this post (I am sure they will) and will get this message: if you do this, stop it immediately, this is a sheer madness; senseless, shortsighted, foolish, criminal and unforgivable. It is not for me to deal with the politics and political matters; we, thank God, have very good, very decent and smart people, who deal with them, I just express my own opinion, which any of us has a right to do. 
I will try to elaborate on the main idea of this post: on messages, messengers and messaging system gradually and at the later points.


john constantino - GS 

professor john constantino - GS 

  1. Anokhin A, PHD - Psychiatry - Washington University in St. Louis

    Return to the Faculty List. Andrey Anokhin, PhD. Current Position Associate Professorof Psychiatry. Areas of Research Interests My research is concerned with ... 


    Mike Nova: 
    I remember Dr. P. Anokhin very well: he was one of the professors in my medical school, and one of the best ones, of course. He did not give lectures very often, but when he did, it was an event. Once, I volunteered to assist him at one of his lectures. I remember him as a joyful and simple man, quick in movements, good talker and very comfortable with himself, and without any arrogance or grandstanding. At that time, when I was a medical student, I got interested in his theories and got involved in some extracurricular studies in physiology department, of which he was a chairman. They gave me to read the Russian translation of Watson's book on behaviorism. I will try to understand and to explore P. Anokhin's theories now, I feel that they have some relevance to our subject, and now I understand that he, P. Anokhin, most likely did have his KGB connections also. Most of them did, I was one of the somewhat odd and unusual exceptions in this regard: they knew that they could not get to me; I guess it probably was the influence of the rebellious 1960-70-s, in addition to my rebellious and independent personality.  
    Apparently, the man listed on the second page of Google search on "professor john constantino - GS" is his relative, a son or grandson. I do not know how he got in this search listing, probably because he is in the same medical school at Washington University in St. Louis, however it might be somewhat more than just a simple coincidence. And if it is, I might mention that I would not be interested in any contacts with Dr. A. Anokhin (Jr.): I do not see any any need for it (if this was the purpose of providing the information on this "contact") and do not have any time or motivation for it. 
    By the way, I also knew late Igor Smirnov, a well known, if not infamous researcher on "psychotronic weapons", a son of Victor Abakumov, a head of Stalin's notorious SMERSH and later the NKVD; and the grandson, on his mothers side, of the famous in 1930-s hypnotist, Smirnov - Orlando (which was his stage name), who later worked for the KGB.  Igor Smirnov was a student in the same medical school with me, and I have to say that he was a very strange, weird, most likely a schizophrenic man, definitely quite psychopathic, mild mannered, polite and well brought up on a surface but very ambitious, vain, grandiose and deceitful. Most likely, he committed suicide because he could not get more money for his phony research from his father's old KGB friends. 
    I mention these things because I feel that they might be helpful in deeper understanding of the issues at hand. I also think that the somewhat odd presence of A. Anokhin's name in Google Search listing is the indication that the KGB did their very detailed and careful research of my past life and continue doing it, and try to meddle into my present life as well, no doubts about it for me. 

    Links for this note:

    Igor Smirnov (scientist) - From Wikipedia

    Viktor Abakumov - GS

    Untouchable - The true story of ‘Gestapo’ Muller - By Pierre de Villemarest


    Links and References

    subliminal messages - GS

    See also the complete list of search terms under this main search heading 

    Psychotronics - From Wikipedia

    Microwave auditory effect - From Wikipedia


    photo Petr Kuzmich Anokhin

    (1898 - 1974) - Soviet physiologist. Offered his own understanding of reinforcement, different from theclassical. It is viewed them as based on a comparison of the results that you want to achieve (the acceptor of action), with a dynamically posed inverse afferentation, which demonstrates the adequacy or inadequacy of the reaction. On this basis, he developed the theory of functionalsystems

    опережающее отражение действительности - GS

    опережающее отражение действительности анохин - GS

    принцип опережающего отражения действительности - GS

    анохин п.к. опережающее отражение действительности - GS

    опережающее отражение - GS

    See also the complete list of search terms under this main search heading 

    constantine 2005 - GS
    constantin stanislavski - GS
    constantine the great - GS

    See also the complete list of search terms under this main search heading 
    constantinople - GS

    third rome - GS

    third rome definition - GS

    third rome  
    Web definitions
    The term Third Rome describes the idea that some European city, state, or country is the successor to the legacy of the Roman Empire...

    After the fall of Tǎrnovo to the Ottoman Turks in 1393, a number of Bulgarian clergymen sought shelter in the Russian lands and transferred the idea of the Third Rome there, which eventually resurfaced in Tver, during the reign of Boris of Tver, when the monk Foma (Thomas) of Tver had written The Eulogy of the Pious Grand Prince Boris Alexandrovich in 1453.[3][4] The idea crystallized with a panegyric letter composed by the Russian monk Philotheus (Filofey) of Pskov in 1510 to their son Grand Duke Vasili III, which proclaimed, "Two Romes have fallen. The third stands. And there will be no fourth. No one shall replace your Christian Tsardom!". Contrary to the common misconception, Filofey [5] explicitly identifies Third Rome with Muscovy (the country) rather than with Moscow (the city). In addition, Moscow is placed on seven hills, as is Rome and Constantinople. The terms Muscovy (The City) and the boundaries of the Russian Empire were considered both in Russia and abroad to be synonymous at the time.
    patriarch kirill - GS
  2. Patriarch Kirill I of Moscow

  3. Kirill or Cyril is a Russian Orthodox bishop. He became Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus' and Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church on 1 February 2009. Wikipedia 

      patriarch kirill and kgb - GS

    metropolitan tikhon - GS

Metropolitan Tikhon’s address to the faithful

The address was recorded on Monday, November 26, 2012 at the OCA Chancery in Syosset, NY.

"I have chosen to first address you in this direct way because it is important for Christians to communicate with one another with honesty and with clarity," Metropolitan Tikhon said in his introductory remarks. "The medium of our communication is never as important as the message but, in this age of multimedia, it is good for us to make sure that our message is always a simple one, coming from a heart that is as free from passions as possible. I ask for your help in this so that all of us together might make the effort to purify our hearts, to pray for one another and to work together to communicate the glad tidings of salvation to the world around us."

Metropolitan Tikhon’s address to the faithful
Orthodox Church in America
Mike Nova comments: What is your stance on gay rights, Mr. Metropolitan? 
Are you a Russian Fifth Column in the USA? 
Do you have any connections with the Russian Intelligence Services? 
Investigate him; his religious post and rank absolutely do not matter. 

    metropolitan tikhon russian intelligence - GS

    metropolitan tikhon russian intelligence service - GS


    third roman intelligence directorate - GS



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