• Illusions/Delusions,  Pedophile Network,  Pedophilia,  Scairy Fairy Tales,  Truth Movement

    Twist of fame.

    Fame is a preoccupation of the immature. It’s the business of appealing to flawed (often depraved) human tastes, obsessions and cravings. What’s the price of fame? For some unfortunates – many of them the children of immature parents – the goal of fame drives them straight into the snare. This isn’t just shameful, it’s tragic. Click here for the testimony of Jon Robberson on the fate of Hollywood’s fame-obsessed. Robberson has been there and gives convincing testimony on the very real contracts that some of these poor souls have made with the Enemy to their detriment and destruction. Fame is a slave collar. Cinderella highly recommends obscurity. If you’re seeking…

  • Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung,  George Hochsprung,  Predictive programming,  Revelation of the method,  Sandy Hook,  Scairy Fairy Tales

    Revisiting a storybook character.

    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 and a little luck. Here it is below:…

  • Scairy Fairy Tales,  The Sorcerer of Wry

    The Sorcerer of Wry ~ Part 2.

    Cinderella encourages readers to visit “The Sorcerer of Wry ~ Part 1” before reading this installment. As in Part 1, all characters in Part 2 are fictitious; any resemblance to actual persons is purely coincidental. The same goes for the fictional towns. They are mere figments of a scary fairy tale. § The Locked Doors, the Master of Wry, the Stitching Witch and Mono Even fiends, fools, frauds and fatheads have a path to redemption. In Wry, it was no different, since the Master of the House watched over it just as surely as the ruler lived there. The ruler was Dreadful, closely associated with the Temple of Grandiosity, an…

  • Scairy Fairy Tales,  The Sorcerer of Wry

    The Sorcerer of Wry ~ Part 1.

    Cinderella took a day off to visit “Wry,” Connecticut recently, seeking landmarks vacated and forgotten in the time that has passed since December 2012. This trip, while limited in scope, was large in significance, as places reveal much about the people who haunt them. What follows is a “scairy” tale inspired by this trip ~ and, not coincidentally, by Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.” All characters are fictitious; any resemblance to actual persons is purely coincidental. The same goes for the fictional towns. They are mere figments of a scary fairy tale. § Once, in the mid-1970s, there lived a sorcerer named Sarastro, who had a talent for creating incendiary situations…