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IMG_2474As might be readily apparent, we are killing time here before flying back home tomorrow. Yesterday we walked in the wine country on the north shore of Lake Geneva near the town of St. Saphorin. This part of Switzerland is low in elevation (about 1,200 feet) and so supports vineyards and wineries.

I noticed that the official growing season begins after September harvest with pruning and removal of older vines, and that it is traditionally on the feast of St. Martin of Tours, which falls on 11/11, or if the much older calendar is used, 9/11. (“Nova” is nine, so that “making a novena” is attendance at nine masses in a row, as all current and fallen-away Catholics know, including those of us who never did one).

The insertion of January and February caused the last ten months to be pushed back two months (so that the last four, Septa, Octa, Nona and Deca, 7, 8, 9 and 10, became 9, 10, 11 and 12 .) Quintilus (fifth month) and Sextillus (sixth month) were renamed July and August, but this did not cause the two-month pushback.

Readers might note that in the latest fake killing incident in Charlottesville the license plate of the vehicle used was GVF 1111. Surely that is a tell, a sign that the event was staged. But how far back does this signalling go? St. Martin of Tours is said to have died on November 8 of 397, so at least that far. No doubt many a curious reader or commenter here has notice that Jesus himself is said to have died at age 33.

I simply take it as evidence that history is doctored and those who have rewritten and refashioned it have littered it with markers signalling their presence. That it goes all the way back to Jesus … well, it doesn’t. That simply tells us who controls the story. When was it written? Maybe our astute commenters can tell us,

Here’s the ultimate spook marker:

‘Armistice Day’ (also known as ‘Remembrance Day’ and ‘Veterans Day’) is on 11 November and commemorates the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany at Compiègne, France, for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front, which took effect at eleven o’clock in the morning — the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918.

Elevens everywhere we turn … JFK on 11/22, 9/11, a shooting of a Red Cross doctor in Afghanistan yesterday at age 38, license plate GVF 1111 …. sometimes I think they make it too easy for us, and am very curious how far back it goes in recorded time. Please give us your insight.

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10 Responses to 11111111111……

  1. B. Müller says:

    the German carnival (Karneval), which is also called Fasching or “time of fools” begins on 11-th of November at 11:11,etc.

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  2. calgacus says:

    In ancient Athens there were 11 people responsible for the prison system . They were called The Eleven. See the reference http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah04096/abstract . I don’t know if the current spook marker 11 references these ancient officials but in a way it seems appropriate.
    Regarding the saints, maybe I will read some hagiographies to try to make some connections. The most useful book is probably The Golden Legend by Jacobus Da Varagine, since it has a collection of biographies. Many of these saints actually come from elite families according to the standard biographies.

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  3. Gaia says:

    Reichstag “fire” hoax – 27-2-’33
    Jonestown, Guyana hoax – 18-11 (’78)
    Lockerbie (researched by Vexman) – 21-12-’88 (11s, 22s, 88)
    Bali discotheque “terrorist attack” – 88 Australians and 38 (=11) Indonesians “died”
    Anders Breivik “attack”, Norway – 22-(07)-’11 – allegedly 77 “died”
    “Attack” on Benghazi – 11-09-(2012) – “Non-fatal injuries: 4 Americans, 7 Libyans”

    The use of those 11’s and 33’s and 9-11, 47, 74, 22 etc. is everywhere. Once you’ve seen it, you cannot unsee it. And no difficult “Gemmatria” needed (not saying that is false, it’s just much harder to use).

    On St. Martin it is custom in Europe to ask for candies at the doors of people, much like what American kids do with Halloween.

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  4. Gaia says:

    And…

    “calgacus says:
    September 12, 2017 at 11:11 am”

    wow.

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  5. Wendy Carroll says:

    Hey, hiker, there’s a little ole’ X semaphore in the vineyard! Watcha’ mean by that, huh? I’ve ridden in vineyards and ne’er seen this. Another odd ball item: your 11111111111 article date of Sept. 12, 2017 is 1 1, with Sept. being 7; same trick as Miles Mathis. Busted and OUTED! Oy vey!

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