An excellent article has been posted at Twilight Language regarding the weird synchronicities and unanswered questions around the death of David Carradine, including his quest in Thailand to expose ancient kung fu secret soceities.
The mystery continues to deepen with every revelation.
Carradine killed by “Kung Fu” Illuminatus?
On Friday, June 5th, the Carradine family lawyer Mark Geragos spoke on Larry King Live and dismissed claims of suicide, stating instead that David Carradine could have been murdered by a “secret sect of kung fu assassins,” after it was revealed that Carradine had been attempting to uncover groups working in the martial-arts underworld.
The Carradine family released further comments suggesting that David Carradine was killed because he was investigating “Kung Fu crime lords’ secret societies.”
His ex-wife, Marina Anderson, who has been shopping a book contract about David Carradine, told the media, “If he was involved in secret societies, it was a secret that even I didn’t know about. But he did have some big secrets.”
Why Thailand, which would mean he was looking into the Muay Thai gangs, right? Or was he doing a more broad-based bit of research on the Hung Society (Society of Heaven and Earth), Chinese Triads and Japanese Yakuza?
The comment section for that article should definitely be read through as well.
More on Carradine:
Carradine’s body to return home, while questions remain
“I do not know if you want to call it accidental,” Chuck Binder, Carradine’s manager, told CNN’s Larry King on Thursday. He said Carradine’s career was on a roll.
Binder said a producer of the movie, “Stretch,” which Carradine was to act in, called him from Thailand to tell him what was happening there.
“I do not want to get in the middle of this whole investigation, but this guy said to me for sure there was foul play,” Binder said.
Actor Michael Madsen told King that the one thing Carradine’s wife, Annie Bierman, wanted everyone to know is, “David was not suicidal.”
Second autopsy of Carradine suggests no suicide
A forensic pathologist who oversaw a second autopsy on “Kung Fu” star David Carradine’s body at the direction of his family suggested on Friday that the death was not a suicide but declined to say why.
Dr. Michael Baden told Reuters that the actor’s family wants to withhold details until a full investigation is completed.
Larry King, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Madsen, Chuck Binder, and Rob Schneider discussing David Carradine
Larry King Live – More on the death of David Carradine
One thing I think is interesting about all of this is the links people are making between the death of David Carradine and the death of Bruce Lee. There are still those who claim that Bruce Lee was killed by these same sort of groups. Some even say he was the victim of a Dim Mak strike that takes several weeks to fully manifest.
Adherents of Dim Mak say that its practitioners are capable of inflicting serious harm to an individual by disrupting their qi or energy flow throughout their meridian channels, causing stagnation of qi, which in turn can lead to injury or death.
The technique depends on the ability to strike precise locations along an appropriate meridian at an appropriate time of day during which specific points are “open” and are thus vulnerable to attack. In these circumstances, certain vital points move throughout the day, and must be struck in relation to their position in the body at that particular time of the day, taking into account the circadian rhythm and associated changes in blood flow on or near the skin surface to have the desired effect. Thus, it is an easy matter for a novice to learn the stationary vital points, but to understand and use the “fatal” moving points in combat is akin to a relatively inexperienced person who can see the electronic elements in a diagram, but without the deep understanding of what they do individually or with each other.
Whether or not Bruce Lee died from a Dim Mak, the fact that some believe it is still a perfect excuse to discuss the legendary move.
The Music of David Carradine