Who Would Do Something Like That?

It’s only natural to question how someone could shoot into a crowd of thousands of concert goers from high above in a Las Vegas hotel.

This weekend the deadliest U.S. mass shooting took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fifty-nine people were killed and over five hundred were wounded. Little  is known about the perpetrator because he apparently took his own life to avoid apprehension. Slowly the facts about his life are coming to light but nothing that we hear tells us WHY he would engineer and execute  such a heinous act. What kind of person crosses creates so much pain? This sounds like the profile of a lone wolf.

This weekend the deadliest U.S. mass shooting took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fifty-nine people were killed and over five hundred were wounded. Little  is known about the perpetrator because he apparently took his own life to avoid apprehension. Slowly the facts about his life are coming to light but we hear nothing as WHY he would engineer and execute  such a heinous act. What kind of person crosses creates so much pain? This sounds like the profile of a lone wolf.

The first details published about Stephen Paddock were very sketchy. Little was known about him or how he had assembled the arsenal of weapons that used to commit his crime. Then his relatives were contacted and they admitted to complete bewilderment. They had no idea why Paddock would have considered such a horrible act. He was wealthy, retired and shared his comfortable home with a long-term girl-friend. According to the FBI he had no connections with foreign or domestic terrorism. According to everyone, Paddock was just a regular guy.

It wasn’t long before Paddock’s birthdate was listed on several websites. Apparently it was a fact that was easily found, maybe still in his wallet. Sitting in front of my computer, I wasn’t sure how to proceed. Should I wait until more definite conclusions were reached? Then I wondered if a  Dayology analysis could reveal anything about Paddock’s motives. This would be an excellent opportunity to test Dayology given the undefined nature of the situation. One by one I took the steps necessary to translate this birthdate into one of Dayology’s 84 energy signatures.

The Dayology Analysis

#40 THU ARI
4/9/1953
Stephen Paddock

Stephen Paddock was born on a Thursday and in the zodiac sign of Aries. This is one of the more dynamic of the Dayology signatures. Jupiter, the ruler of Thursday, and Mars, the ruler of Aries, combined makes for an active person with strong beliefs. This profile, in itself, does not force him to be a shooter, but it certainly allows for it. Outwardly individuals born in Aries often go off on their own and they are very bold. Those born with the Thursday Day Ray have big ideas and they are certain that they have glimpsed the grand plan. This sounds like the profile of a lone wolf.

The Dayology Signature might be called our life purpose. It points us in a specific direction to gain valuable experiences, but it does not determine how we respond to the challenges along the way. How any signature is implemented depends several factors, two of them being genetic and social.  These two influences may promote or impede the life purpose to some degree.  Where things really go wrong is through the wrong use of will. This deliberate act of sabotage has the capacity to twist our Dayology Signatures into forms practically unrecognizable.

There are more than a thousand examples of people with #49 THU ARI signatures in the Dayology data base, and the vast majority of them have no criminal records. In fact most are  highly productive and creative individuals. Still we are left to consider the pain Stephen Paddock created in just ten minutes. It is etched deeply into the ethers. While the energies of Dayology signature can push along destructive motivations, it also promotes constructive actions. It is up to us as how we use our signatues. And that is something each of us can do.