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hunkahunka
01-04-2008, 03:19 PM
Masonic cult murder in Victoria, B.C.

http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/capital_van_isl/story.html?id=0e084400-1340-48df-afd2-71eab9e884e8&k=5598


Psychiatrist: Accused not a psychopath
Defendant suffered from a 'cluster' of personality disorders, court told


Richard Watts, Times Colonist
Published: Thursday, March 27, 2008

Neither psychotic nor psychopath, accused slasher Luke Aday is best diagnosed as a "cluster" of various personality disorders, a forensic psychiatrist testified yesterday.

On the stand for the second day, Dr. Shabehram Lohrasbe said Aday's mental condition is best summed up by a combination of disorders that make him borderline mentally ill, but not quite.

Seeing him as a schizoid, a schizotypal and a paranoid "gets us to the core of the man and helps us understand some of his actions," said Lohrasbe, testifying for the defence.

Luther (Luke) James Wesley Aday, 21, is now on trial for second-degree murder in connection with the early-morning July 16, 2006, death of James Allanach.

Court has heard Aday had never met the 34-year-old Allanach before but bumped into him earlier that evening while out for a late-night walk. Both drunk, the two men walked, talked and eventually sat on the steps of Central Middle School.

There, for reasons he could never fully explain, either in police statements or on the stand at trial, Aday stabbed Allanach in the throat, then nearly sliced his head off. Aday also removed the man's ear, keeping it in an empty cigarette packet. Allanach's body was discovered hours after his death in bushes at the school.

Early on in the trial, Crown and defence lawyers stated the issue to be decided by Justice David Vickers, sitting without a jury, is intent. And defence lawyer Rory Morahan has said a combination of mental and personality disorders, alcohol and stress of the moment made Aday unable to form the proper intent to kill or harm Allanach.

Lohrasbe said he examined Aday during seven interviews and never noticed the characteristic signs of a psychopath. Aday is neither socially adept nor relentlessly self-serving.

"Psychopaths are smooth and shallow talkers, always selling themselves," he said. "I get a very different feeling from Mr. Aday."

But Lohrasbe said Aday is very ill at ease with his own sexuality, which fuels his paranoia. "I've never heard a man describe sexual release as uncomfortable, like urinating."

And he's also very uncomfortable with any closeness, either physical or emotional, typical of his disorders. He has some history of acting impulsively, especially when drunk.

Lohrasbe said borderline personalities with the disorders Aday displays can have momentary psychotic episodes where "they lose contact with objective reality." At the time of Allanach's death it's likely Aday was in an abnormal state in which it would have been hard for him to form an intent to kill.

"Overall, I believe there is a significant likelihood that his ability to form the intent, as I approach it as a psychiatrist, was diminished," said Lohrasbe.

But Lohrasbe said he had trouble interpreting any reason for the removal of Allanach's ear, taken along with his rings, including one bearing the Masonic emblem.

He said the removal of the ear might have something to do with Freemasonry. Allanach and Aday's father were both Masons, as was the ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras. Aday found a word associated with Pythagorean philosophy written on his arm which he couldn't explain, court heard.

But Lohrasbe wasn't really sure. "There's not a lot of literature out there on someone who cuts off an ear."

The trial continues.

rwatts@tc.canwest.com

hunkahunka
01-04-2008, 05:02 PM
Masonic cult murder in Victoria, B.C.

http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonis...84e8&k=5598 (http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/capital_van_isl/story.html?id=0e084400-1340-48df-afd2-71eab9e884e8&k=5598)


But Lohrasbe said he had trouble interpreting any reason for the removal of Allanach's ear, taken along with his rings, including one bearing the ,asonic emblem.He said the removal of the ear might have something to do with Freemasonry.

Allanach and Aday's father were both Masons, as was the ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras. Aday found a word associated with Pythagorean philosophy written on his arm which he couldn't explain, court heard.


It looks to me like Aday may have been a masonic operative, sent to meet fellow mason Allanach 'randomly' at a bar, noticed his masonic ring
and noticed that Allanach was drunkenly revealing masonic secrets. Aday may have played along, pretending to be a non-initiate, just to see how far the drunk Allanach would go in revealing secret information. When Allanach went too far, Aday ritually cut Allanach's throat, removed his rings,
and removed his ear to prove that he had completed the job for whoever sent him.

Any bets that if I'm right, little Aday will get very very lenient treatment for this .

Also, whoever sent him may have intended for him to get caught, and intended that it make the papers, as a warning to others who may have a habit of talking too much about secret things.

thelonious
01-04-2008, 05:09 PM
The article said the fathers were Masons. Apparently, neither the killer nor the victim were Masons.

hunkahunka
01-04-2008, 05:17 PM
The article said the fathers were Masons. Apparently, neither the killer nor the victim were Masons.

wrong, it says 'Allanach and Aday's father were masons', and that Aday removed
Allanach's masonic ring after killing him.
Allanach was a mason, and so was Aday's father.

the guy in pink
01-04-2008, 05:28 PM
Masonic cult murder in Victoria, B.C.

He said the removal of the ear might have something to do with Freemasonry. Allanach and Aday's father were both Masons, as was the ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras. Aday found a word associated with Pythagorean philosophy written on his arm which he couldn't explain, court heard.


So the victim and the accused's father were Masons.
This is enough to make it a masonic Cult Murder?

hunkahunka
01-04-2008, 05:54 PM
So the victim and the accused's father were Masons.
This is enough to make it a masonic Cult Murder?

no, it also has something to do with a ritually slashed throat, a removed masonic ring, and whatever other details have yet to be revealed on the victim and the perpetrator, etc.

thelonious
01-04-2008, 06:13 PM
no, it also has something to do with a ritually slashed throat, a removed masonic ring, and whatever other details have yet to be revealed on the victim and the perpetrator, etc.

Here are more details. According to this article, the killer (who was not a Mason) was delusional. The fact that the victim was a Mason seems irrelevant:

Accused murderer boasted of being a prince, secret agent and killer, court hears

He lived in a fantasy world, brother says
Richard Watts, Times Colonist
Published: Friday, March 14, 2008
Accused murderer Luther (Luke) Aday lived in a fantasy world, boasting variously of being an Arab prince, a secret agent and killer of 20 people, court heard yesterday.

Cheyenne (Shy) Aday, 19-year-old brother of the accused, testified Luke would tell people the two brothers were Saudi Arabian princes. He told people he was an operative for the German special forces, the Russian forces and the KGB.

Cheyenne Aday also testified his brother woke him up one morning in 2006, smelling of alcohol and in tears, saying he had killed someone the evening before.


But after listening, Cheyenne said he didn't believe it and went back to bed.

"I don't know why Luke does anything he does," Cheyenne would later say to police in a Sept. 5, 2006, statement.

Luke Aday, now 21, was in police custody Sept. 6, 2006, and is on trial in B.C. Supreme Court in Victoria charged with second-degree murder.

Aday is charged in connection with the early morning, July, 16, 2006, death of James Allanach, a former navy cook, Mason and one-time legislative assistant. When he died, Allanach was engaged to be married and was father to an 11-year-old boy from another relationship.

Court has already heard Allanach's neck was nearly sliced through and his left ear removed.

In an earlier videotaped statement, Aday said he met Allanach while out late, walking after drinking. The two sat and talked at Central Middle School but, later, a handshake started to become a hug and Luke stabbed with the knife he was carrying.

Crown and defence have already said the issue at trial is intent.

Defence counsel Rory Morahan has said a horrendous upbringing left Aday with mental/personality disorders, bordering on schizophrenia. Combined with alcohol and stress that evening the contention is that he was incapable of forming a proper intent.

Under Morahan's cross examination yesterday Aday's brother, Cheyenne, agreed the accused man had an aversion to being touched, particularly by strangers. Cheyenne also said Luke was prone to uncontrollable rage, particularly when drinking.

As children, he remembered Luke was drinking alcohol at the age of seven or eight in a violent home where mother and boyfriends were regularly drinking. By his teens, Luke was cutting himself and has numerous scars up his arms.

Cheyenne said he had even seen his brother heat up a knife and cauterize a wound showing no sign of pain.

Questioned by prosecutor Lesley Ruzicka, Cheyenne also recalled his brother in 2006, during a drunken evening at their mother's house, taking him down to the basement where he lived.

There he displayed bloodstained jeans, a bloody knife, some rings and a Canadian Classic cigarette packet.

Cheyenne said his brother shook it and told him it contained an ear but it needed a new box. Luke then turned his back and, Cheyenne said he believes, made the switch.

Describing his brother's attitude at the time, Cheyenne said "it was almost like he was gloating."


http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/story.html?id=f74a8a65-4947-4c35-b02d-798ab253bafa&k=34984

icke and ham
01-04-2008, 07:03 PM
This reminds me of the garden of gethsemonie, when one of the disciples sliced off the ear of a roman soldier. Thus the men involved might have been from a Christian sect of some kind?

darketernal
01-04-2008, 07:50 PM
Here are more details. According to this article, the killer (who was not a Mason) was delusional. The fact that the victim was a Mason seems irrelevant:

Accused murderer boasted of being a prince, secret agent and killer, court hears

He lived in a fantasy world, brother says
Richard Watts, Times Colonist
Published: Friday, March 14, 2008
Accused murderer Luther (Luke) Aday lived in a fantasy world, boasting variously of being an Arab prince, a secret agent and killer of 20 people, court heard yesterday.

Cheyenne (Shy) Aday, 19-year-old brother of the accused, testified Luke would tell people the two brothers were Saudi Arabian princes. He told people he was an operative for the German special forces, the Russian forces and the KGB.

Cheyenne Aday also testified his brother woke him up one morning in 2006, smelling of alcohol and in tears, saying he had killed someone the evening before.


But after listening, Cheyenne said he didn't believe it and went back to bed.

"I don't know why Luke does anything he does," Cheyenne would later say to police in a Sept. 5, 2006, statement.

Luke Aday, now 21, was in police custody Sept. 6, 2006, and is on trial in B.C. Supreme Court in Victoria charged with second-degree murder.

Aday is charged in connection with the early morning, July, 16, 2006, death of James Allanach, a former navy cook, Mason and one-time legislative assistant. When he died, Allanach was engaged to be married and was father to an 11-year-old boy from another relationship.

Court has already heard Allanach's neck was nearly sliced through and his left ear removed.

In an earlier videotaped statement, Aday said he met Allanach while out late, walking after drinking. The two sat and talked at Central Middle School but, later, a handshake started to become a hug and Luke stabbed with the knife he was carrying.

Crown and defence have already said the issue at trial is intent.

Defence counsel Rory Morahan has said a horrendous upbringing left Aday with mental/personality disorders, bordering on schizophrenia. Combined with alcohol and stress that evening the contention is that he was incapable of forming a proper intent.

Under Morahan's cross examination yesterday Aday's brother, Cheyenne, agreed the accused man had an aversion to being touched, particularly by strangers. Cheyenne also said Luke was prone to uncontrollable rage, particularly when drinking.

As children, he remembered Luke was drinking alcohol at the age of seven or eight in a violent home where mother and boyfriends were regularly drinking. By his teens, Luke was cutting himself and has numerous scars up his arms.

Cheyenne said he had even seen his brother heat up a knife and cauterize a wound showing no sign of pain.

Questioned by prosecutor Lesley Ruzicka, Cheyenne also recalled his brother in 2006, during a drunken evening at their mother's house, taking him down to the basement where he lived.

There he displayed bloodstained jeans, a bloody knife, some rings and a Canadian Classic cigarette packet.

Cheyenne said his brother shook it and told him it contained an ear but it needed a new box. Luke then turned his back and, Cheyenne said he believes, made the switch.

Describing his brother's attitude at the time, Cheyenne said "it was almost like he was gloating."


http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/story.html?id=f74a8a65-4947-4c35-b02d-798ab253bafa&k=34984


Just a coincidence...just another lone nutt acting on his own...nothing to see here... go back to sleep. Here, watch American Gladiators...

mike martin
01-04-2008, 07:54 PM
It looks to me like Aday may have been a masonic operative, sent to meet fellow mason Allanach 'randomly' at a bar, noticed his masonic ring
and noticed that Allanach was drunkenly revealing masonic secrets. Aday may have played along, pretending to be a non-initiate, just to see how far the drunk Allanach would go in revealing secret information. When Allanach went too far, Aday ritually cut Allanach's throat, removed his rings,
and removed his ear to prove that he had completed the job for whoever sent him.

Any bets that if I'm right, little Aday will get very very lenient treatment for this .

Also, whoever sent him may have intended for him to get caught, and intended that it make the papers, as a warning to others who may have a habit of talking too much about secret things.

It looks as if the testimony of his ex-girlfriend discounts the idea:
http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/story.html?id=8fb9a0db-a8c6-4598-8ce1-ce577b30a685&k=48172

Under cross examination by defence counsel Rory Morahan, the girl agreed Aday said to her of the stabbing "I didn't mean to hurt him that bad, I don't think." She also agreed when Morahan said Aday gets "detached from reality."

Mike

nihil
23-08-2009, 08:16 PM
freakmasons .