The Name Art is in 'error' in that the name is not, KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL, it is PHILIP, with one L.

We found this error began with the use of this name's spelling in the local newspaper articles.
http://216.239.53.104/search?q=cache:4JeeEOH4sucJ:www.registerguard.com/news/19980523/1a.mainstory.0523.html+kipland+phillip+kinkel&hl=en&ie=UTF-8
Because that link no longer works, we share below the cached page.
What follows is that link's contents, copied and pasted below, before they removed it.
This is the original proof of the error in mis spelling this young man's name.
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May 23, 1998

                 Boy charged as adult on 4 counts of murder

                 By JANELLE HARTMAN
                 The Register-Guard

                 He barely looks 12, let alone 15. He has an altar
                 boy's face, a Boy Scout's haircut and melancholy
                 eyes that scanned a crowded courtroom Friday with
                 a seeming mixture of curiosity and confusion.

                 Then he stood, dwarfed by his two attorneys on
                 either side, and grasped a piece of paper charging
                 him as an adult with four counts of aggravated
                 murder.

                 Kipland Phillip Kinkel, clad in gray sneakers, black
                 jeans and a University of Oregon Ducks sweatshirt,
                 answered "yes" twice in a soft voice when Lane
                 County Circuit Judge Jack Mattison asked if
                 Kinkel's name was spelled right and whether his
                 date of birth - Aug. 30, 1982 - was correct.

                 In less than a minute, in front of dozens of reporters
                 from across the nation, he was handcuffed and led
                 away by two sheriff's deputies, each grasping one of
                 the boy's skinny arms.

                 It was one more surreal moment in the aftermath of
                 the shooting rampage that began Wednesday
                 afternoon at Kinkel's upscale home east of
                 Springfield and ended Thursday morning at Thurston
                 High School.

                 By Friday, the tragedy had claimed four lives -
                 Kinkel's parents and two teen-age classmates - and
                 led to what police said were "extraordinary"
                 discoveries of homemade bombs and bomb-making
                 materials in and under Kinkel's house.

                 The latest victim to die was Ben Walker, 16, who
                 was shot in the head outside Thurston's cafeteria as
                 Kinkel allegedly opened fire with a Ruger
                 .22-caliber rifle.

                 One student, 17-year-old Mikael Nickolauson, was
                 shot to death inside the cafeteria. Another 19 youths,
                 including Walker, were shot. Nine remained
                 hospitalized Friday, two in critical condition.

                 Police said Kinkel emptied a 50-round clip of rifle
                 ammunition, then fired a single shot from a 9 mm
                 Glock handgun when he was tackled by five
                 students. The Glock was one of two semiautomatic
                 handguns allegedly tucked in Kinkel's waistband
                 beneath a trench coat.

                 The rifle, a hunting weapon, was Kinkel's, and the
                 handguns belonged to his father, police said.

                 Walker, a sophomore, had been on life support since
                 being admitted to McKenzie-Willamette Hospital on
                 Thursday morning, hospital spokesman Roy Orr said
                 at a 9 a.m. news conference at Springfield City Hall.

                 Walker's family, told there was no chance of
                 recovery, agreed Thursday afternoon to make the
                 boy's organs available for donation, a surgical
                 process that was under way Friday morning, Orr
                 said.

                 Kinkel's parents, both popular language teachers,
                 were found shot to death inside their A-frame home
                 at 88082 Chita Loop just before 9:30 a.m. Thursday.

                 Unofficial sources say Bill Kinkel, 59, was killed
                 Wednesday afternoon after he brought his son home
                 from school when the boy was arrested and
                 suspended for possessing a handgun that another boy
                 stole in a burglary.

                 Faith Kinkel, 57, reportedly was killed after
                 arriving home several hours later. Authorities
                 released no information about the number of shots,
                 the wounds or where the bodies were found inside
                 the house.

                 Sheriff's officials didn't formally identify the couple
                 until Friday, when deputies and forensic specialists
                 were cleared to search the house after explosives
                 experts thought they'd finished combing it for booby
                 traps.

                 The search for explosives began Thursday morning,
                 shortly after deputies found the bodies. In the course
                 of interviews with shooting witnesses and people
                 acquainted with Kinkel, police learned of his
                 alleged fascination with bombs.

                 Sheriff Jan Clements said they had no specific
                 reason to believe the house was rigged with
                 explosives but feared it was possible. As a
                 precaution, they evacuated 15 houses in the Kinkels'
                 neighborhood.

                 They found the first of three homemade devices
                 Thursday in a crawl space under the house, where
                 they found a second, larger device Friday morning.

                 They also found two small, crude pipe bombs
                 beneath the house, as well as fireworks and
                 chemicals used to make bombs.

                 In Kinkel's bedroom, Clements said, they found a
                 hand grenade and two Howitzer shells, and, inside a
                 drawer, found four "small disruptive devices." He
                 said the boy also had articles about constructing
                 bombs, including printouts from the Internet.

                 Authorities hadn't determined whether the grenade or
                 the cannon shells - described as 5 to 6 inches in
                 diameter and approximately 18 inches high - are
                 active. Inert shells can be purchased at Army surplus
                 stores.

                 Clements said the bomb specialists, from Eugene
                 police and state police, characterized the apparent
                 homemade bombs as "somewhat sophisticated," but
                 said none appeared to be set to explode.

                 The smaller of the two devices discovered initially
                 contained a pound of explosive filler, a timing
                 mechanism with a battery attached and electrical
                 circuitry, sheriff's spokesman Ernie Loy said.

                 The larger device was described as a fire
                 extinguisher filled with an explosive material,
                 attached to a digital timer.

                 The bomb team had to cut away a small portion of an
                 exterior wall to safely remove the larger device,
                 Clements said. It was placed in a "bomb basket" to
                 be carried to an area landfill where police routinely
                 detonate potentially explosive materials.

                 Clements said the device appeared large enough to
                 cause "collateral damage to the neighborhood," had
                 it exploded.

                 The smaller bomb was rendered safe at the scene,
                 using what Loy called a "disrupter." "It's a very,
                 very small electrical charge that rips it apart before
                 it explodes," he said.

                 The extensive bomb sweep appeared to be finished
                 by midday Friday, and neighbors were allowed to
                 return to their homes. But shortly after 3 p.m., when
                 only one of the two bodies had been removed from
                 the house, authorities discovered a third device.

                 No details were available Friday about the device,
                 but the bomb team returned to the scene to comb the
                 house again, authorities said. There was no further
                 evacuation.

                 Besides explosives, some of Kinkel's friends said,
                 he was obsessed with guns and talked, often in a
                 wise-cracking manner, about death, torture and
                 killing.

                 Springfield School Superintendent Jamon Kent said
                 Friday that none of the students who heard such
                 statements ever brought them to the attention of
                 teachers or administrators.

                 Adults had varying experiences with Kinkel, from
                 those who called him "rude" and "destructive" to a
                 neighbor woman who saw him as a "sweet, shy,
                 lonely" boy who sometimes stopped to chat.

                 His quiet demeanor in court, however, was in sharp
                 contrast to his reported behavior with Springfield
                 police early Thursday.

                 Capt. Jerry Smith said Kinkel was in an interview
                 room alone for a few minutes after arriving at police
                 headquarters, where he stayed for eight hours before
                 being lodged in the Skipworth Juvenile Detention
                 Center.

                 Kinkel managed to slip his hands, still in handcuffs,
                 from his back to his front. When a detective opened
                 the door, Smith said, Kinkel lunged at him with a
                 small knife that, unknown to police, he'd had taped to
                 an ankle.

                 Detectives quickly subdued him with pepper spray,
                 and Smith said Kinkel "immediately threw the knife
                 down on the table."

                 Kinkel's court appearance at 3:30 p.m. Friday
                 brought reporters to the courthouse hours in advance
                 to ensure a seat. It is expected to be his only court
                 date pending a grand jury indictment next month.

                 Close to 150 people, journalists as well as Thurston
                 students and families and friends of victims, waited
                 to watch Friday's arraignment, which lasted barely a
                 minute. The father of a wounded student was nearly
                 edged out by the crowd. Then a deputy emerged and
                 said there was room for one more.

                 "Let me in. I'm the father of one of the victims," said
                 John Walley, 56, who got a second-row seat.

                 Walley said he needed to see the boy who shot his
                 son Jesse. What he saw was a boy "with nothing
                 unusual about him."

                 "That's the scary thing - he just looked like a kid,"
                 Walley said. "There's no sense to this. And there's
                 not going to be."

                 Reporter Suzanne Hurt contributed to this story.

The above article is the google cached page as of 20031007.
The original link for the Register Guard page is no longer operative so we
copied and pasted the above in the name of justice regarding a young man, for the record,
in our researches of the names involved, and their healings.

To see the full Name Art of KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL, which is not the correct spelling, of the young man from Springfield, Oregon, please see this link : http://www.goodworksonearth.org/phillipkiplandkinkel.html

To see the full Name Art of KIPLAND PHILIP KINKEL, which is the correct spelling of the Birth Name of the young man from Springfield, Oregon, whose path was embedded into his name,
please see this link when we post it :
http://www.goodworksonearth.org/kiplandphilipkinkel.html

This name, and its incorrect spelling, are what we call a Prime Research Letterings Sequence.

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The Register Guard later corrected the name, and we did not notice, until much later.
We leave this page as it was without further comment.
We leave this page as it was as an historical document.

Again, the actual name is KIPLAND PHILIP KINKEL, with one L in Philip.
We will be posting the full rendition of the above Name Art in the near future.
This link address will work when we post the Name Art.
http://www.goodworksonearth.org/kiplandphilipkinkel.html



 


You can see that all the words in the Name Art of KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL are spelled using only those letters spelling the name itsElf.

As with nearly everyone else on Mother Earth, his name's letters are unique.  They are a near prime lettering in that  no one else has his letters ... no other name we have researched is spelled using only those letters.  I have been keeping a list of names and words over the years with the letterings that make our names and words, in alphabetical order of the letterings making every word and name.  This research showed me we are all essentially using prime letterings in our names, and one letter makes all the difference in the world as to what a name vibrates with its letters.

As you can see below, this name is a very powerful destination of horrible revealings.

The name did it.  Changing the name can heal this young man.  The question is, can a judge see the power of the name and so see forward to change the name with this young man's agreement, and can the judge then arrange for this young man to be placed in a new location where he is unknown, such as India, or other location so can heal with his new name and new surroundings.  His sister would surely accompany him, as could others who the judge can see to render this same healing with the name change for their healings.  The Name Art refers to nine who help.  Perhaps nine young men in this same condition can experience the awakening powers of the name change, with their agreements, and they are a test case in this new modality of healing.  There is ample proof it works.


KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL
... from the letters ...
ADEHIIKKLLNPP
..... revealing .....

I IN KIN
KIN IN KIND
KIND KIN IN I
A KIND IDEA DIE IN I
I KILL  ~ I KILLED
I KILLED KIN I LIKED
I KILLED IN PAIN
I PLEAD I KILLED
I PLEAD I KILLED IN PAIN
IN PAIN, I KILLED
IN PAIN, I DIE?

I LIKED KIND KIN
I LIKED KIN I KILLED
I KEN I PLEAD I KILLED IN PAIN
KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL
A KIND IDEA DIE IN I
I DIE IN PAIN?

I LIED AN ALIEN LIE
I LIED AN ANILE LIE
A KILL IDEA LEAD I
A DEIL PLAN
A LIE LEAD I
I, KIP, KILL
I LAND IN HELL
I PLAN A PAINED IDEA
HELP!!! I, KIP, IN HELL!!!
KIN PLEAD IN HELP A DENIAL
HELP A LAD IN I LEAD AN IDEAL?
KIND KIN HELP KINDLE AN IDEAL IN I
I PLEAD A DENIAL IN NAE PAIN IN I
KIP KIDNAP KIND KIN?
NAE KIDNAP?
KILL?
I KILLED KIND KIN

AN ANKH
 
 

LEAN AND LANK
I
KIP KINKEL
PLAN A KILL IDEA
KILL A PAIN IN I IN A PLAN
A LEAP, I PLINKED* IN A PLAN
I LINKED IN A LIE I LIED AND I KILLED
I PAINED KIND KIN
KIND KIN IN PAIN
I KILLED IN PAIN
I KILLED KIN
I KILLED
I KILL

IT HAPPEN
A KIND KIN HAD A HANKIE
I LAND HELD IN A PENAL PEN

I PEN A PLEA
I PLEAD I KILLED
A PINEAL PAIN IN I
I PLEAD I KILLED IN PAIN
I, KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL, KILLED
I PLEAD I KILLED
I PLED I PLINKED
I PEN A PLEA
A PLEA
~
A DEAL
A DA DEAL
A PENAL PLAN
A PLENA INKED A PLAN
A PENAL PANEL PEN A PENAL PLAN
NAE PHALLI IN PHILLIP IN A PENAL PEN!
A DEAN!
A PENAL PLENA KEN
A PINEAL PAIN IN PHILLIP
A PENAL PLAN HEAL A LAD
A PENAL PLAN KILLED AN ID
A PLAN HAILED
KILL AN ID
ID DIE
PAIN IN AN ID DIE
A PENAL PLAN HELP KINDLE AN IDEAL IDEA  IN PHILLIP
A PENAL PLENA APPLIED AN IDEAL IDEA
AN AIDE IN AN IDEA
PKP, AN ID, DIE

AN IDEAL IDEA LEAD I
A HALE LAD, I HEAL
A KIND KIN HELP I
I HIKE A HILL
A PINEAL IN I  HEAL
A LEAP IN AN IDEA
A PEAN IN I
AN ID END
KIPLAND PHILLIP KINKEL
END

..
I AILED IN A PENAL PEN?
I NAE LIE ~ I NAE AIL
AN IDEAL IDEA LEAD I
....


plink  v. plinked plink;ing plinks v. tr.
1. To cause to make a soft, sharp, metallic sound; clink.
2. To shoot at casually.
v. intr.
1. To make a soft, sharp, metallic sound.
2. To shoot casually at random targets. [Imitative]

The Star Arts Researches of the
near prime lettering sequence of
ADEHIIKKLLNPP
ADEHIIKKLNPP
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Imagine a justice
systems that can comprehend
the power of names to heal and
so arranges for Kip to be given a
new name of his liking, and he is given
a new home in a new land with a new
view to live life in harmony.
Can you imagine such
healings ?



 


 


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