"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
27-year old Vicki Soto was a 1st Grade Teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
She lost her young life yesterday after she threw her body in front of the children under her care. Her sacrifice has given a sad peace about losing their child. Knowing that she was doing what she loved, and that she died to save those children she loved as well.
We will always remember Victoria Soto.
Thank you for saving young lives and sparing the life-long heartache for their families.
Garry “Prophecy” Sun for SunOfHollywood.com
There was yet another Show based tragedy that occurred yesterday at the Reno Air Show.
74-Year old Veteran Hollywood Stunt Pilot Jimmy Leeward crashed the P-51 Mustang World War II Era Fighter Plane into the ground, just a few hundred feet short of the entire bleacher stands. It is said that the crash was likely caused by mechanical failure.
The accident has left 3 dead, including Leeward himself, and 50 injured, many of whom were left maimed and dismembered.
This horrific accident is eerily similar to, and comes at only a month since the Sugarland accident at the Indiana State Fair, which left 5 people dead and 40 injured.
My thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to all those who were harmed or lost their lives or loved ones in these two horrific accidents, that simply originated from times meant for show and celebration.
In my opinion, these accidents are no accidents at all. In the least, they are wake up calls to each and all of us to remember how precious and fragile the thread of life truly is.
In the deepest, these events could be reminders of the state of our lost world, as we are seeing tragedies, mishaps and disasters on a global scale. It could also be a crucial message, reminding us of how the power of life, and the loss of it, is greater than our human capabilities to contain, as both accidents are tragedies that feel larger than life itself.
Let us not take our lives for granted, and let us be more concerned and cautious of the fragile world we are living in. Please remember, we each have the ability to impact our world for the better, on a daily basis.
And in times like these that we are living in today, we need as much help as we can get.
Many would agree, one of the most Angelic beings to have ever hit the Entertainment Industry was Aaliyah Houghton, who tragically passed away 10 years ago today, at the young age of 22 years old, when her Cessna plane crashed in the Bahamas after wrapping filming of her final video, “Rock The Boat“. It was found later that the crash was likely caused because the single engine plane was carrying too much weight from passenger luggage.
I remember I was in Frankfurt, Germany, visiting one of my friends who had just moved there from the states. I was traveling all throughout Europe in Fall of 2001. We were hanging at his place with some friends when Germany radio chimed in for an Emergency Breaking News segment. Of course, I didn’t understand a word that was being said, but my friend jumped in and said “Wait… They’re saying that Aaliyah just died in a plane crash“.
That is another one of those moments in life that will rarely be forgotten. I’m pretty sure anybody who knew of Aaliyah at the time knew where they were when they heard news of her passing, and were just as shocked as everyone else around the Globe. It was so tragic to see such a young talent, blooming her way to absolute superstardom, losing it all while chasing her dream.
And just 2 weeks after this news broke, was when the world would forever be changed by the Events of 9-11.
The world definitely felt like it was upside down… Much like today.
Aaliyah, you will be forever missed… Both you, and your potential that this world would never see over the last ten years.
I could get really deep into this, but I won’t. I do want to live a little longer