This whole thing is extremely tragic. The guy was being mind controlled, no one murders their family for no reason [financial difficulties is obviously not a reason], no one murders their family period. Here's another mind controlled frenzied killer in America [programmed in jail, as this happened after being released I think], he killed 6. Osbaston House was the name of it, which is clearly Oz/Osiris, Bast, and On implies it is "on" those things, mythology/blood ritual. Mind Controlled Luciferian rituals often end with the MK victim burning something, killing themself (self-destruct programming) in the process. Bast is an Eygptian sun-god by the way, so more sun worship, Christ is the sun [Christopher Foster], a lot of occultism here involved in this mind control blood ritual. The ritualistic killing of the animals is also a common theme in some mind controlled killings, such as this one [scroll to bottom] where the perpetrator inexplicably drowns the cat in the bath.
These are the first pictures of the ferocious blaze which gutted the home of Christopher Foster and his family. [more ritual]
Firefighters can be seen battling the inferno which ripped through the home reducing it to a shell.
The shocking pictures, which illustrate the intensity of the blaze, were taken by firefighters from Shropshire Fire and Rescue service.
As they fought the flames at Osbaston House, crews were unaware that the murdered bodies of Foster, his wife Jill and 15-year-old daughter Kirstie had been engulfed.
Very profound twin pillars with pyramid resonance above it. [I get the feeling he was built up by Freemasons, given money etc. then it was all taken from him as part of the mind control, making him feel helpless and easily controlled]
Murder scene: Dramatic first pictures of firefighters tackling the blaze at Osbaston House. They were forced to keep their distance as the fire raged
The pictures of the fire were released a day after the first pictures from inside the ruined mansion were revealed.
Until then, the only pictures had been taken from a helicopter circling the scene.
The images revealed the utter devastation at the shattered remains of Osbaston House.
Reporters and camera crews escorted to the mansion by police were greeted by the sight of piles of blackened bricks and timber in skips at the front of the once-grand home.
Estimated to be worth around £1.2 million before it was destroyed by fire, the sprawling property now exhibits few signs that it was a family home just a week ago.
The burnt-out shell of a Range Rover and a tractor were still parked near the house.
The pictures also show the painstaking care being used by forensics officers as the comb the grounds for evidence to solve the mystery of what happened at Christopher Foster's house.
The windows, which gave the Foster family uninterrupted views of the surrounding fields, now allow those standing on the driveway to see birds resting on the chimney stack at the opposite end of the house and the open skies beyond.
Jets of water were aimed through the blown-out or melted windows of the house in a futile attempt to douse the flames
Embers: Hours were spent damping down the blaze to ensure the fire would not re-ignite
Some of the home's wooden window frames had been obliterated by the blaze, while others, like the two satellite dishes, survived unmarked.
Numerous signs of the police inquiry were also in evidence all around the ruined home, which has seen its paddocks used as a dumping ground for some of the debris removed from the house.
Black plastic dustbins were stacked up near ornamental lampposts at the front of the house, apparently ready for use to collect remains which may help officers to piece together what happened.
Polythene coverings had also been placed over the letterbox and security system key-pad at the gates of the house in an apparent attempt to preserve evidence.
With no windows and a soot-stained wall, a shell is all that remains of the house
The shoulder-to-shoulder search continues in a gravel courtyard
Three bodies have now been removed from the
Around half a dozen bunches of flowers have been left at the entrance to Osbaston House, including one paying tribute to 'Kirk', Jill and Chris.
A message attached to the bouquet read: 'I can't believe you are all gone. You were all such a great family and I'm going to miss you all.'
Another note, left by a neighbouring family, read: 'Tragic. So Sad. Heartfelt sympathy to your family. God Bless.'
A burnt-out gas cylinder stands in the wreckage