Kentucky single mother professes love to Idaho massacre suspect, calls him her 'divine masculine'

"Also to anyone that judges me negatively regarding Bryan and my feelings for him, I'll say that you may not understand certain true love connections, such as twinflames, soulmates, and divine counterparts."

Joshua Young North Carolina

Brittney J. Hislope, a single, 35-year-old mother from Kentucky, has created a Facebook profile where she claims her "love interest" is the "divine masculine" that is 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger, the man accused of slaughtering four University of Idaho students in the early morning hours of November 13, 2022.

According to Fox News, Hislope's posts are "long, stream-of-consciousness-type ramblings where she defends her 'love' for Kohberger that includes graphic details about how she's gone 'years' without sex and searches Google for his images at night."

Kohberger was arrested and charged on December 30 with burglary and four counts of murder for the deaths of 20-year-old Xana Kernodle, her boyfriend 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, 21-year-old Madison Mogen, and 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves. On January 4, five days later, Hislope began posting about her love for Kohberger and has posted nearly every day since then. Kohberger is locked up in Latah County, Idaho with a preliminary hearing scheduled for June.

On Monday, she wrote she doesn't want Kohberger "doubting how loyal, passionate and faithful of a person I am, and how when I tell him my feelings for him, I'm being honest."

On Friday she wrote, "I know that the last I had heard weeks ago is that Bryan is being kept isolated from other inmates, and so I know that we do both likely sleep alone as I mentioned in a past post, and with me sleeping alone prior to his incarceration, I wonder if he did back then as well. Although I mentioned something about getting certain confirmations from him about his feelings and him being my divine masculine."

On February 1, she wrote, "I know that even if Bryan has been without sex for a significantly long time as I have, it may not be as long as me since the length of time for me is very long, as I've mentioned in past posts, but how could people not see it as sad if he's my divine masculine."

"To anyone that says I'm not righteous for having the feelings that I do for Bryan, I will say that you likely aren't anyone to judge me in that regard and also you may not understand my emotions and hardships and misfortunes," she said on January 30. "Also to anyone that judges me negatively regarding Bryan and my feelings for him, I'll say that you may not understand certain true love connections, such as twinflames, soulmates, and divine counterparts."

The Daily Mail reports that she and Kohberger are both Scorpios, an astrological term describing characteristics of people born in October and November. 

Astrology is a divination practice developed centuries ago and uses the scientifically inaccurate geocentric model of the universe as its foundation.

"I'm not just saying it for the reason of me reading that the Scorpio male has a penetrating gaze, and that's his zodiac sign based on what I know, but I've noticed something penetrating about that photo, and it has also seemed that his eyes have penetrating as well when I've looked at since, but it has felt like he and I are connected in some way when I also feel a penetration from his eyes in that picture," she wrote of their astrological connection.

The Daily Mail reports that Hislope has a history of writing to men in prison and in 2018 said she loved 33-year-old Cody Hall, who was in prison for shooting and killing a 50-year-old Kentucky man.

Hall blocked her from visiting him in prison.


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