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Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deaths

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Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deaths

Postby Scepcop » 09 Aug 2011, 11:51

Check this out. According to this independent investigative report by R.E. Gus Payne into Brandon Lee's mysterious death, Bruce Lee's widow, Linda Cadwell Lee, has never been interested in any real investigations into her husband Bruce Lee's death, nor her son Brandon Lee's death. Both times, she was eager to collect the insurance money (Bruce Lee) or civil lawsuit settlement (Brandon Lee) and quickly close the case, despite the fact that the official police report's explanation for how Brandon Lee died was scientifically impossible. It would seem that Linda was never interested in the truth, but in collecting large compensation money and closing the case. How could a mother be more interested in money than justice for her own son?

http://www.repayne.com/The_Death_of_Bra ... _Story.pdf

A few days after Bruce Lee mysteriously died from a headache tablet, she was quick to say that no foul play was involved, before any investigation was even conducted. Why was she so sure? And when Brandon Lee became the first man in movie making history to die from the tip of a bullet lodged in a gun firing blanks, she never pushed for a real investigation. Instead, she accepted a huge private settlement compensation and closed the case. Apparently, she is not a truth seeker or critical thinker. She isn't even bothered by the fact that the official explanation for what happened to Brandon was scientifically impossible. How could a mother be more interested in money than justice for her son?

Here is what weapons experts had to say about the official explanation for Brandon Lee's death.

http://www.repayne.com/The_Death_of_Bra ... _Story.pdf

Hollywood – One weapons expert named Richard Mazzochi considered the
theory put forth by the police, suggesting that a “dummy” slug, without gun powder, was
accidentally lodged in the chamber and was discharged by a blank that was loaded in
later as improbable. “I would say that it’s a one in one million chance that that would
happen. Until somebody tests that theory and proves it can happen, it is my experience of
22 years of handling weapons, I’ve never see that happen. A dummy bullet would fall out
or, if it was lodged, it wouldn’t come out at all,” he said.

Webb Birdsong, one of the nation’s leading experts on weapons, told this writer
that the “official theory” does not work. “It makes assumptions that can’t hold up. You
have a better chance of winning the Irish Sweepstakes than of the firing of a blank
forcing out a projectile left in a barrel with such force as to cause that kind of damage."

Still not sure, we located another firearms expert who tested the theory. He took a
.44 Magnum like the one used by Michael Massee. He lodged a dummy bullet in the
barrel and then loaded a full load blank. Firing into a sack of sand placed 20 feet away
(the approximate distance between Brandon Lee and Massee), the bullet traveled only
four feet before falling harmlessly to the ground. “Anyway,” he said, “even if it did work,
there’s no way it happened. Even if there was only one take with the firing of the weapon
by Massee. There was no way to get the force needed to propel that projectile into Lee
with the power that resulted in the internal damage done to him. If the projectile
propelled out, it would have either fallen down before it got to Lee or bounced right off
of him.”

The two-gun theory

As we told earlier, an unidentified special effects expert had told Det. Simmons
that there was a possibility of two guns and they got mixed up the night Brandon Lee was
killed. Although Simmons refused to identify the person, our sources told us it was Bruce
Merlin. It was Merlin who apparently said that the “shooting could have resulted from a
mix-up of two prop guns.” If there were two guns identical in appearance on the set, the
theory is viable. An astounding fact uncovered during our investigation adds measurably
to this possibility.


So, like the JFK Assassination, the official version of what happened cannot be replicated by anyone under the same conditions. Very strange.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee Conspiracy?

Postby hicckeya » 09 Apr 2012, 18:31

Why is Bruce Lee considered such a good fighter? After all, he only weighed 135 pounds soaking wet and any high-school wrestler could rip his head right off his scrawnly little neck, right? Any welterweight boxer would cave in his face with a single punch. He never actually fought anyone, but lots of people believe the marketing hype anyway.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee Conspiracy?

Postby greenman » 28 Apr 2012, 01:35

@hicckeya you obviously haven't seen footage of his real fights. People would challenge him quite often. On the streets, on movies sets, just about anywhere. I've seen footage of him wiping the floor with martial arts experts 2-3 times his size.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee Conspiracy?

Postby Scepcop » 28 Apr 2012, 03:47

greenman wrote:@hicckeya you obviously haven't seen footage of his real fights. People would challenge him quite often. On the streets, on movies sets, just about anywhere. I've seen footage of him wiping the floor with martial arts experts 2-3 times his size.


What are you talking about? There is NO video footage of any real fights of Bruce Lee. If you have any, show them. Lots of people would like see them.

Bruce Lee didn't fight in tournaments, only in street brawls, according to witness accounts. His excuse was that fighting was serious business to him, not a sport or game.

In Thailand, during the filming of one of his movies, it is said that someone filmed him fighting one of the extras, but later destroyed the film.

Yeah whatever. Excuses, excuses.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee Conspiracy?

Postby TheBrownKnight » 28 Jul 2012, 10:37

Respectfully submit this in answer to any who doubt Lee was a real bad A:

Check out James DeMile. He has the background. He knew Lee. He studied with him. He was a streetfighter and undefeated USAF heavyweight boxer, etc etc. He says that to this day, Lee was the best in real life. The best in the world. Check out how he learned. He didn't have a SPAM BLOCK to support him He was more obsessed than Bruce Wayne; when Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, in his prime, ran with Lee, the big guy couldn't keep up with him. Check out remarks of top boxers, like Sugar Ray Leonard, who says he derived his jab from watching Lee on film. Check out Manny Pacquiao's comments, that Lee is his hero.

Lee didn't back down from the chinese gangsters, who wanted to muscle in his career. Do you know what they've done to actors and actresses who didn't play? One famous actor they made him eat his own s***. Lee was so bad he tore up their checks in front of their faces. When filming Enter the Dragon, just for fun Lee would put his hand on the chopping block for the cooks to slam down. They always missed. He had a razor sharp training device, electrified. Anyone who says "I could take Bruce Lee' just has to reconstruct this device and he'll be in the running. I don't know any fighter who would do this. In other words he was either supremely confidant, or crazy, or both. Do you think a sporting fighter such as MMA / boxing, wrestling will have a chance against such a guy? Boxers take time off from training, because their heart isn't in it. Lee trained all year long, like an Olympic swimmer. So anyone who is badder than Bruce Lee has to 1/ be prepared to laugh in gangster's faces 2/ do the crazy stunts he did, with hatchets, razor devices and such.

DeMile can back this story up: in the early days, when Lee wasn't even at his peak, there were about half a dozen guys, all big and hard guys. They said as a group, "Bruce could beat us all at the same time." I don't know of any fighter in the world who
engenders that awe.

When Lee was in Vegas, he met the singer tony Bennett in Bennett's suite, with his two beefy bodyguards, The subject of course turned to fighting, and Bennett said "A good Italian streetfighter could beat a kung fu guy." Lee said, put mouth where your etc .... He said one bodyguard would guard the door, the other would smoke a cigarette, representing a loaded but holstered gun. Bennett had a stopwatch. Lee went out the door and closed it. A few seconds later, the door smashed in, from a kick, the door smashing into the first guy. Lee then kicked the cigarette out of the guy's mouth. Bennett said something like
Holy sheet!
These aren't myths, they have credible witnesses. Another story, told by Lee (I don't know the witnesses) but in Vegas, probably at the same time as the Bennett meet. A security guy was hassiling him, 6'6" or so. Lee dropped him with one side kick to the jaw. Then he walked off. There are plenty of stories like this, all with good witnesses ... such as when a Hongkong
fighter, boxer/wrestler wanted to make a name for himself. Lee put him off, but the guy wouldn't stop. They met at an estate... Lee caved in the side of his face with one punch. No jabs, nothing else. The guy vanished from the scene. It was said he was flown to Japan for surgery, and that Lee paid for it. Witnesses also verify that he was a pretty nice guy, helping out strangers and friends. Like when in Hong Kong a guy carrying plates in the rain dropped them. Lee ran out, the guy was crying because he would lose his job over the plates. Lee helped him pick up the ones not broken, and gave him some money.
So while with a lot of flaws, such as a temper, he was a classy guy too.

So respectfully I suggest people check out real history and not people who weren't there.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee Conspiracy?

Postby TheBrownKnight » 01 Aug 2012, 11:08

Plus : check out Capt. Richard Marcinko, founder of SEAL Team 6. 1/ He has high respect for the 'legendary' martial artists, and quotes things like Art of War, famous sword masters, etc. 2/ He has high respect for jeet kune do, the art founded by Bruce Lee; he writes that he dialed into personal training under a man trained in JKD, and later branched into his own art (Lee encouraged this, btw). Marcinko says that basically everything he tried didn't work, so he signed up for personal instruction, after which his combat skill soared (I recall that was his exact word, but can't be sure). Here's a guy who can bench press 600 pounds, and he's not lacking in either strength or size dept. And a previous post says a high school wrestler could snap Lee's skinny neck easy. I don't think so. 3/ Marcinko even has one of his fictitious characters an expert in JKD.

But for a quick intro, see James DeMile ... undefeated in USAF heavyweight boxing 100 bouts.... he says he really tried to take out Lee, but never could ... and that was before Lee was even at his best, since this was when they were in their early 20s. In their first encounter, in front of a college class, Lee asked for volunteers, and said to DeMile "You look like you can fight." And DeMile tried to really hit him, but was tied up, 'till Lee tapped him on the head and asked "is any body home?" From there, he asked for personal training, and became one of Lee's first American students.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deat

Postby Scepcop » 30 Jun 2014, 21:27

Check out this new documentary film called "I Am Bruce Lee". In it, Bruce Lee's wife and daughter, his friends, and various fighters, talk about Bruce Lee's life and legacy. It's very interesting. After you watch it, you will be inspired and awed by his story and accomplishments, and have a whole new deep appreciation for this extraordinary man who left us too soon. He was way ahead of his time.

Please watch this and pass it on, so that others can gain a deep appreciation for this incredible one-of-a-kind man and what he did for the image of Asians and Chinese all over the world. He was one of the best role models that one can have, and his philosophy was way ahead of its time.

I Am Bruce Lee (Full documentary)



Also, here is the raw, unedited footage of the last fight scenes he filmed for the movie "Game of Death", which heavily edited the footage. In this footage, which is 39 minutes, you can see what the original version was supposed to be like. When you watch it, you will be amazed and mesmerized at his talent, charisma, and the way he moved, which was so fast and fluid, unlike any other.



I love this line by Bruce Lee from the fight scenes where he tells his opponent (Dan Inosanto), "You see, rehearsed routines lack the flexibility to adapt."
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deat

Postby Scepcop » 30 Jun 2014, 21:28

It seems that anyone who is big and famous and wants to make big changes in the world that would upset the status quo, and wake up people, suddenly dies. Bruce Lee, John F Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, John Lennon, etc. This is too convenient to be a coincidence. There seems to be a pattern here.

You also gotta keep in mind that there are dark metaphysical spiritual forces that control the world, so they may have done something too. After all, Bruce Lee did have a demon he fought in his dreams a lot, and his family believed they were cursed and hounded by demons. Chinese are very smart people and do not believe in things that don't exist for no reason. (e.g. Any serious practitioner of Chinese Feng-Shui or I-Ching will tell you that they are real and really work, even though they defy Western science.)

Furthermore, four people died mysteriously in Bruce Lee's family - himself, his dad, his older brother and his son. So there is a pattern for some kind of curse. Some families are like that. For example, the Kennedys also have a high number of unusual deaths in their family (much more than just JFK and RFK). Perhaps, as the Bible says, the sins of the fathers are passed on to their descendants.

Also, it is very possible that the CIA, mafia, secret groups, etc. possess special secret poisons that can kill people without leaving a trace and make the death look natural or accidental. This would explain why many mysterious deaths that work to the advantage of the powers that be, leave no forensic trace. The coroner who examined Bruce Lee did not take that into account. Remember that Bruce Lee spent a lot of time on movie sets with many people around. It's possible that someone on the set could have slipped something into his drink or food. Even Betty Ting Pei, the last person who was with him when he died, could be suspect (though I would think unlikely).

Either way, you gotta remember that powerful people do kill people and cover it up. This is not some "conspiracy theory" but a very real thing that powerful forces do to protect their interests, and have done throughout history. Anyone who has done serious research into the JFK assassination, for example, can attest to this. So you cannot discount this possibility.

Now I have a NEW THEORY that hasn't been brought up yet. Remember in Bruce Lee's last film, "Game of Death", there was a scene that foreshadowed, or predicted, how Brandon Lee would die? In that scene, Bruce Lee's character got shot during a scene on a movie set within the movie, by a real bullet from an assassin. That's exactly how Brandon Lee died 20 years later. It's hard to believe that that was just a coincidence. There is likely to be some connection there.

Now, let's take this a little further. If that movie foretold how Brandon Lee would die, then perhaps it also contains cryptic messages about how and why Bruce Lee died too. If you remember, in the film's plot, a mafia syndicate kept trying to pressure and intimidate Bruce Lee into joining them. They threatened to hurt him or take him out if he didn't comply. They owned many big name actors in the entertainment industry and would not accept competition from a star who wanted to control everything himself. (Remember, Bruce Lee had nearly full control over production in all his films. He wanted everything done his way.) The syndicate gave him numerous threats and warnings throughout the movie. But he would not listen. Thus he posed a big threat to them, because the bigger he became, the more likely it was that he would take over the entire martial arts film industry, and steal it away from this syndicate.

Now, this is a very plausible scenario that has a basis in fact. Anyone in the Hong Kong movie industry knows that the gangster triads controls the industry. And Bruce Lee biographers have stated that Bruce Lee kept refusing to join the triads and sell out to them. He mocked them and insulted them in fact. So such a scenario was in fact actually going on. It's possible that they may have feared that Bruce Lee could take over the whole martial arts film industry himself, even if he continued making movies in America. In fact, Bruce Lee's younger brother, Robert Lee, has said in interviews on camera that his family believes that Lee was killed by the Chinese mafia.

Of course, this "mafia killed him" theory is not new. It has been postulated many times before since his death. However, the idea that Bruce Lee's last film may contain cryptic clues is probably a new one.

Now, I've seen many Kung Fu films, and this was an unusual plot. It is not the norm in Kung Fu films at all. This plot was not in Bruce Lee's original story line for that film. After his death, when they decided to finish the film with a look-alike actor, the story was changed to this plot. So perhaps it was placed there for a reason. The plot may be revealing something or giving us clues. After all, it was Bruce Lee's last film. So it would be the perfect place for them to insert cryptic clues about what really happened to him. And what better way to hide such clues than to insert them into fiction.

In the movie "V For Vendetta", Natalie Portman's character said, "Politicians use lies to cover up the truth. Artists use lies to tell the truth." (possibly another cryptic message)

It is said by conspiracy researchers that the Illuminati (or perhaps some metaphysical forces that work through people) derive morbid pleasure in giving us cryptic messages like that, either about what happened, or what will happen. They like to put hidden messages in plain sight. And they are known to do that in films and fiction. Many movies have whistleblown secrets or predicted future events (e.g. Orwell's 1984, Brave New World, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, etc) and even books have too (e.g. the novels of Jules Verns, Morgan Robert's "Futility", written in 1898 about the ship "Titan", which predicted many uncannily accurate details about the sinking of the Titanic in 1912).

Now, I'm not sure if movie directors would be in on such stuff. Perhaps they are not consciously aware of them. Maybe some higher creative force, whether external or internal, channels these messages through them into their work. Kind of like how a "higher force" (or God) inspired the authors of the Bible, Shakespeare, and other great literary and artistic works throughout history, which all contain important deep truths and messages for mankind. After all, many great writers and artists will tell you that when they are producing their best work, they feel like some kind of "higher force or energy" was being channeled through them from above. So try to consider that. It makes sense when you think about it.

Furthermore, if you look at the intro scene of "Game of Death" (which contains an incredible soundtrack score) you will see a spinning wheel with the words "MASON & CO" in the center circle and sun rays around it, which are a common Masonic symbol. That is very eerie and does not seem like a coincidence. Words like that are not placed there for no reason. Perhaps the Freemasonic secret society was telling us that they had a hand in the completion of this film. Or that they had a hand in taking out Bruce Lee. Who knows.

Also, in the 1978 film "Enter the Game of Death", featuring a Bruce Lee imitator, the plot has his wife Linda being forced to give poisoned coffee to him, which she thought killed him. I don't know, but perhaps that was a cryptic clue as well?

Now as to why Brandon Lee died, it might be this: When an important man is assassinated, the forces that were behind it must also take out his son as well at some point, or else that son will grow up and take revenge for his father's murder. This is an reputed to be an assassin's creed. (And it might also explain why JFK's son, JFK Jr, died mysteriously in an unexplained plane crash.)

There is also a strong possibility that Brandon was sacrificed as part of a Satanic occult ritual, which the elites are known to be involved in, and have done with many their celebrities before. After all, "The Crow" contained abundant Satanic and dark occult symbolism in it, which could have allowed dark forces to come into it. So Brandon was unwise to agree to star in such a film.

It also seems ominous that he was killed on the last day of shooting his last scene. Perhaps the actual "sacrifice" comes at the end of the ritual when the film is complete? (I apologize if this sounds disturbing, but we have to consider all possibilities.) Anyhow, if you want to learn more about this theory, there are many webpages and videos online that you can look up, about the dark occult symbolism and motifs in "The Crow" which may have caused Brandon's "accident" or "sacrifice".

(Note: During the production of the famous horror film "The Exorcist", many freak accidents and mishaps also happened. And in fact, several members of the production crew were killed in bizarre accidents. So this kind of thing is not uncommon in horror films with Satanic or dark occult motifs.)

What's creepy and eerie though, is that in Brandon Lee's last film, "The Crow", his character's face was painted white and had long hair. Likewise, in Heath Ledger's last film "Dark Knight", where he played the Joker, (before he died in real life under mysterious circumstances) he too had a painted white face and long hair. Both their characters looked and acted very similar too. So, if Brandon Lee and Heath Ledger were sacrificed in some type of occult ritual, perhaps the painted white face contained some type of significance.

Whatever the case, the fact of the matter is that the official police report for Brandon Lee's death (as explained in an episode of "Unsolved Mysteries", which you can find on YouTube) is scientifically and ballistically impossible, for two reasons:

1) First, an unattached bullet tip lodged in the barrel of a gun is not going to come out with the full force of a bullet. A blank fired in the firing chamber simply cannot generate the pressure required to make an unattached bullet tip come out of a barrel with the full force of a real bullet. This is basic science and common sense. Any ballistics expert can tell you this.
2) Second, blanks are only filled with partial gunpowder, not the same amount as that of a real bullet. So the firing of the blank does not even generate the same power and pressure as that of a real bullet anyway.

So you see, the official police report is nonsense and doesn't make sense. I wonder why the police investigators would do such sloppy work. Are they part of a cover up? Who knows. Someone should interview them and probe them about this.

Also, the police report claims that a member of the production team went to a gun shop and "accidentally" purchased a case of live ammo with real bullets. Now how do you "accidentally" purchase real bullets in a gun shop? That seems very odd, but was not really explained.

Here is what weapons experts had to say about the official explanation for Brandon Lee's death, from a book about the incident.

http://www.repayne.com/The_Death_of_Bra ... _Story.pdf

Hollywood – One weapons expert named Richard Mazzochi considered the theory put forth by the police, suggesting that a “dummy” slug, without gun powder, was accidentally lodged in the chamber and was discharged by a blank that was loaded in later as improbable. “I would say that it’s a one in one million chance that that would happen. Until somebody tests that theory and proves it can happen, it is my experience of 22 years of handling weapons, I’ve never see that happen. A dummy bullet would fall out or, if it was lodged, it wouldn’t come out at all,” he said.

Webb Birdsong, one of the nation’s leading experts on weapons, told this writer that the “official theory” does not work. “It makes assumptions that can’t hold up. You have a better chance of winning the Irish Sweepstakes than of the firing of a blank forcing out a projectile left in a barrel with such force as to cause that kind of damage."

Still not sure, we located another firearms expert who tested the theory. He took a .44 Magnum like the one used by Michael Massee. He lodged a dummy bullet in the barrel and then loaded a full load blank. Firing into a sack of sand placed 20 feet away (the approximate distance between Brandon Lee and Massee), the bullet traveled only four feet before falling harmlessly to the ground. “Anyway,” he said, “even if it did work, there’s no way it happened. Even if there was only one take with the firing of the weapon by Massee. There was no way to get the force needed to propel that projectile into Lee with the power that resulted in the internal damage done to him. If the projectile propelled out, it would have either fallen down before it got to Lee or bounced right off of him.”


It's also strange that Brandon Lee's mom, Linda Cadwell Lee, accepted the official police report without question, at least publicly. She merely accepted monetary compensation from the film's producers and left it at that. Now what kind of a mother doesn't care about justice for her son's death, or would let it go as long as she's paid off? That's very odd. She is either very naive and clueless, or knows more than she's telling but is afraid to say anything about it. Perhaps because she was threatened.

Regardless, Brandon Lee became the only person in Hollywood history to be killed by a real bullet on a movie set. Now what are the odds of that happening? Moreover, let's look at the big picture here. What are the odds that Bruce Lee, one of the fittest men in the world, would suddenly die from a headache pill? And then his son becomes the only person in Hollywood history to be killed by a real bullet on a movie set? That's way too suspicious. Think about it. What are the odds of both of these highly improbable and unusual events happening to both father and son? It must be astronomical, like winning the lottery twice.

Sorry if this got kind of complicated and deep. But I have thought about this deeply and tried to find some patterns and connections based on all the data. And this is what I've come up with. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction after all. What do you think?
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deat

Postby Scepcop » 01 Jul 2014, 19:56

Check out what someone told me about Bruce Lee:

I'm assuming you saw this movie, if not I suggest you watch it, maybe twice and pay real attention to the metaphysical symbology that fills the entire movie, This was going to be Bruce's next starred movie but he died before production. He co-wrote it. Imagine if this type of movie entered the main stream Western consciousness with Bruce starring in it. Perhaps history might have taken a different turn somehow. The powers that be wouldn't want a movie of this caliber going mainstream. The movie is okay, acting is kinda lame but its the story and symbology that's interesting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circle_of_Iron
http://www.martialdevelopment.com/blog/ ... ost-movie/



Yeah I've seen that movie. It was ok. But it's not very well known. Yeah Bruce Lee was going to change the consciousness of people. So he was a threat. How would they kill him and leave no trace though?

Did you see my theory about his last movie, "Game of Death". At the end, it predicts exactly how his son will die. Kind of creepy. And it was in a totally unprecedented way too. So perhaps it told us what happened to Bruce Lee too. The plot was unusual and changed. Bruce Lee's brother Robert believes that the Chinese mafia killed him too.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deat

Postby Scepcop » 01 Jul 2014, 19:57

Check out the intro to Bruce Lee's last film "Game of Death". It has one of the best soundtracks ever for a movie, that has a legendary feel to it. It was composed by John Barry, the same guy who composed the masterpiece soundtrack for "Dances with Wolves".



Holy cow! I just saw something shocking! At 1:50 a spinning disc with sun rays is shown with the words "MASON & CO" in the middle of it. I can't believe everyone else missed that. Could that mean that the Freemasons completed this film? If so, then perhaps the plot (which was changed from Bruce Lee's original concept) is telling us that Bruce Lee was killed because he refused to join their Illuminati/Freemason syndicate gang?

It makes sense. That's what his brother Robert Lee believes too, because in real life, Bruce Lee did repeatedly refuse to join the Triad Gangs that owned the Hong Kong movie industry. They must have felt threatened by him because he wanted to do everything in his movies his way, and he was getting big and famous. So if he had been allowed to continue, he would have single-handedly dominated and owned the martial arts film industry, taking power away from the Triads and their power structure. They could not allow that. So they took him out.

Plus, he was trying to revolutionize the way people think and awaken them to formlessness (Jeet Kune Do). If the masses followed that, then the control of power elite, or the Illuminati, would have been threatened and undermined. Their dominance over us can only be maintained if they control the war on our consciousness. So for a rising movie star (who wanted to do everything his way) to change the consciousness of people on a mass scale would have been a serious threat to them.

So if Bruce Lee was a threat to both the Triads, who controlled the Kung Fu film industry, and the cabal of the ruling elite (or Illuminati), then they had reason to take him out, just as they had reason to take out President Kennedy in 1963, who was a threat to many powerful interests. It makes sense doesn't it?

In addition, this film also predicts the exact way that Bruce Lee's son, Brandon Lee, would die 20 years later, which was totally unprecedented in Hollywood history. I mean, no one on a movie set gets killed by a real bullet unless it was intentional. Come on now. That's why it's never happened before.

So, if this film accurately predicted the way Brandon Lee would be killed, then perhaps it also contains clues embedded in fiction, about why Bruce Lee was killed. If it did, then it would be consistent. In the movie "V For Vendetta", Natalie Portman's character said, "Politicians use lies to cover up the truth. Artists use lies to tell the truth." So perhaps sometimes fiction is used to tell the truth, either by humans or higher metaphysical forces.
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Re: Bruce Lee/Brandon Lee: Theories on their mysterious deat

Postby Scepcop » 23 Jul 2014, 19:41

Could this be how Bruce Lee was killed? It's an unusual theory but seems to make sense. I don't buy the theory that an aspirin killed him though. That's way too improbable beyond reason, and doesn't take into account that there are certain poisons and dim mak techniques that don't leave a trace.

https://storify.com/illmatical/the-man- ... lee-1.html
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