September 11, 2001, the famous 9/11, wasn't the first terrorist attack on New York City's financial center.
On Black Thursday, September 16, 1920, a horse-drawn cart carrying 100 pounds of dynamite and 500 pounds of scrap iron exploded one minute past noon.
40 people were killed, 300 injured. An outfit called "American Anarchist Fighters" (AAF) claimed credit, and demanded release of political prisoners. With a lack of organization that might be expected of anarchists, the AAF failed to specify which prisoners they meant.
Odds are that the AAF wanted Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti sprung. Those two had been indicted for murder on - September 11!
The 9/16 bombing was the worst attack on U.S. financial assets until 9/11.
It was effective, in a way. Bank messengers, making snap decisions on the relative value of their lives and their packets, dropped $80,000 in cash. Literally. The next day the stock exchange closed one point up in heavy trading.
(more at "Black Thursday" Portfolio.com (September 2007))
I don't think that 9/11 is an anarchist plot, timed to avenge the Sacco/Vanzetti indictments of 1920.
However, as a public service, I'll outline a conspiracy theory which connects the September attacks of 1920 and 2001.
- As is well known, Tuesday is ruled by Mars - harbinger of murder, death, blood and war
- The entire 9/11 attack occurred in a void Moon which had very recently united with Mars
- New York City is America's throat chakra, and strongly connected to The Third Ray
- Everyone knows that Saturn, the sacred planet, is "strongly affiliated with the Third Ray of Active Intelligence."
- Obviously, having failed in their first attempt at destroying New York City's financial center, anarchists went underground, infiltrating the mystic cabal of Mecca
- Biding their time until the stars and planets were properly aligned, the anarchists sent their cabalistic pawns on a mission of destruction in 2001
For anyone who's gotten tired of existing conspiracy theories, there's a ready-made of dramatic goofiness: ready for the elaborations and detail that will make it your very own 'real story' of 9/11.
Finally, do I really have to say this? That lunatic, but dramatic, collection of assertions is, to the best of my knowledge, pure hooey. Real as a three-dollar bill. Utter bunk. Really.