Saturday, September 08, 2007

The Conspiracy Art of Mark Lombardi

Spelunking thee Ideosphere draws our attention to a fascinating story of an artist who diagrammed the connections of the Bush family to the bin Laden family--before 9/11. Not only that but he died mysteriously.

The artist Mark Lombardi, who sadly left us in 2000, graphically documented the threads of social and financial relationships that direct the bulk of material resources on our planet.
One of Mr. Lombardi's pieces, created in 1999, remains among the many that are vitally important in understanding current affairs. With the dry title "George W. Bush, Harken Energy and Jackson Stephens, ca 1979–90," it illustrates "the proven connections between James Bath, the Bush and bin Laden families, and business deals in Texas and around the world." Please, feel free to do a double-take on that one - Lombardi illustrated the bin Laden-Bush connection in 1999, two years before 9/11 and one year before he mysteriously died.

Mark Lombardi apparently hung himself in March 2000. According to Wikipidia:

A number of friends like Andy Feehan were mystified by Mark's death: "When the news of Mark's death arrived, all of us thought that he was murdered. We assumed that he had made one too many accusations, and that someone made a phone call. We still don't know what happened. We'd read that the medical examiner ruled Mark's death a suicide, but we're unable to understand or accept the idea that Mark would kill himself right when he was at the top of his game."


Anonymous ewastud said...

Also of interest is the supposed false fire alarm which triggered sprinklers in his apartment building to go off and soak his archive of drawings just before the opening of Lombardi's upcoming show of his work, compelling him to work feverishly 24/7 for several days to reproduce what was destroyed. Maybe that was just indeed a coincidence and accident, but maybe not -- perhaps it was deliberate sabotage.

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