Storybook Character

(Another thought-provoking original guest post by Cinderella Broom!  This dates from 2016; first published on this blog 1/4/20.)

As Sandy Hook records another 12/14/12 memorial event, Cinderella has been opening her scrapbook and examining old pictures and clips.  It never hurts to review our history, and, not surprisingly, others are following suit in an effort to understand what really happened that day and in the weeks and months and years preceding it.

One photo that appeared in the pages churned out by the mainstream press continues to haunt:  Principal Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung dressed as a storybook fairy queen in a high-necked bridal gown while holding a star-tipped wand.  The full-length photograph can still be viewed with a Google image search.  Here is a slightly cropped version below:

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Photo is from a Patch article titled “Sandy Hook Principal: Mother, Educator, Leader, Hero,” dated Dec. 17, 2012.

The photo appears to have been taken at Sandy Hook Elementary School on November 16, 2012, based on a related photo that appears on Mrs. Hochsprung’s Twitter account.

Mrs. Hochsprung’s fairy godmotherish appearance aside, does the photograph serve another purpose?  Is it possibly an example of the predictive programming we have witnessed in connection with multiple disastrous events, including Sandy Hook?  (Click here for more on that.) 

More to the point, is it an example of “the revelation of the method,” by which a gangster Cryptocracy mocks the public–revealing its devices before or even after creating a traumatic event?

Let’s examine the elements of the photograph more closely.

A book about disaster.  The star-tipped wand is posed and angled to point toward the title of the book.  Given the way Mrs. Hochsprung is dressed, we might expect the storybook to be The Wizard of Oz or some other fable involving a fairy princess.  But instead we find the title of a rhyming book popular among very young children:  Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.  More on that title below, but first let’s examine what the book is all about.
Amazon provides the following description from Publisher’s Weekly:

In this bright and lively rhyme, the letters of the alphabet race each other to the top of the coconut tree.  When X, Y and Z finally scramble up the trunk, however, the weight is too much, and down they all tumble in a colorful chaotic heap:  ‘Chicka Chicka … BOOM!  BOOM!’  All the family members race to help, as one by one the letters recover in amusingly battered fashion.” “Boom!  Boom!”  Cinderella doesn’t need to tell her readers why that example of onomatopoeia is relevant to our subject.

Let’s take a look at an excerpt from one of the less enthusiastic customer reviews of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom from Amazon’s review page:

“I think I just don’t get the appeal of this book, or maybe I’m not reading it with the right inflection.  People love this book, including our baby sister.  I just don’t.  It kinda outlines a disaster type scenario in a lighthearted way, that is really superficial (the coonut tree falls down with all the little children/alphabet letters in it and everyone is a little banged up).  But it doesn’t really present this in a way that’s Mr. Roger’s like (‘look for the helpers’), it just focuses on how banged up all the kids are.”


26 characters.  Twenty-six people were reported to have been gunned down (“Boom!”) at Sandy Hook Elementary by Adam Lanza on 12/14/12. 

In Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, we have a story in which 26 characters (the letters of the alphabet) fall down and go boom at the base of a tree.  It could be taken as prophetic forecasting of another disaster, obviously not by the book’s authors, but by someone or Something.  You get my point.  Of course, it may mean nothing at all.

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(The Sandy Hook Promise symbolic “tree” logo of a large hand reaching up to 26 small hands echoes the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom story line in which 26 characters fall from a tree. Sandy Hook Promise is the national foundation founded directly after the 12/14/12 Sandy Hook event by parents Mark Barden and Nicole Hockley, among others.)

All of the above may be nothing more than a string of coincidences, interesting ones that “rhyme” with the Sandy Hook 12/14/12 event.  Or they may be the fingerprints of something else, of which predictive programming is but one possibility.
As for the title of the book Mrs. Hochsprung is holding in the photo, it’s a shame that such innocent words now carry the freight of coded sexual innuendo.  See: AND
Of course, there may be no connection whatsoever between such things and the storybook that the book fairy is holding.  Cinderella is not making an accusation, merely an observation.  There is a difference.
In a normal world, where children are valued and loved–and not exposed to unspeakable acts by depraved adults–discovering the sinister nestled cleverly within the innocent would be a rare occurrence.  But that isn’t the world we live in, is it?  Unfortunately not.

So we must conclude that there may be something wrong with this picture.

3 thoughts on “Storybook Character

    1. ok, Erica is also referred to as Dawn’s youngest.
      So, who & where are the older children?

  1. unbelievable characters with not very apparent bios
    the youngest daughter is the trumpet of this scam to keep blaring it & Dawn’s hubby, is he Erica’s father?

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