142 thoughts on “Always the numbers …

  1. And then there is this interview with a witness, whose testimony is so precise and articulate, it screams “scripted/rehearsed/planted/.” How did ExtraTV even find this guy? And the interviewer just happened to be there in the place where the crash happened? And this just happened, and neither one shows any sign of being truly shaken by the event?

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    1. Moreover, this witness, Scott Daehlin, was said to be setting up audio equipment before a service at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Does this man look like he is dressed for church?

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    2. This is not to be contrarian, just to give my perspective: The guy rings true to me for the most part. His looks fits the demography of the area. He says he is a sound engineer. Intelius confirms he is 61 yy and lives in Calabasas, etc. Another fact: here in LA Metropolistan area, News programs/TV Channels use to have reporters placed or that live in every major area (N – S – W – E) in this monster of a city so they are minutes away when “news” happens. This is common practice as well and.

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    3. Oh, all that bit about numbers! How crazy. As if someone, like Kobe, is going to do some big arithmetic thing, and crash the helicopter precisely at that time, so that people later could see it is all a fake? Incredible precision. Were the Blue Angel’s the pilot?

      For what purpose?! Hey, if you believe that, I have a bridge you might want to buy. 🙂

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      1. You misunderstand. The numbers as I have seen them used are mere signals. The 911 call did not come in at 9:47 but was reported that way as a signal to police and others that the event did not really happen. That would be be purpose of their use, me not knowing the event was fake, mind you.

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  2. The primes are the atoms of the arithmetic. The hydrogen and oxygen of the world of numbers. I guess TPTB have overtaken some of the prime and its multiples as markers in the same way the LGBT movemement overtake the Rainbow as a symbol.
    Prime Numbers, despite their fundamental character they also represent one of the greatest enigmas in mathematics. Because as you count through the universe of numbers it is almost impossible to spot a pattern that will help you to predict where the next prime will be found. We know primes go on for ever but finding a pattern in the primes is one of the biggest mysteries in mathematics. A million-dollar prize has been offered to anyone who can reveal the secret of these numbers. Tip of the hat to Bernhard Riemann one of the most potent minds to ever stroll the earth but I digress… I live in LA -literally in LA- not any other surrounding neighborhood in the LA Metro area and the crash site is about 40 min drive from LA under regular traffic. Yesterday was cloudy and overcast although not foggy as far as I recall. The crash site is hilly indeed but why the Sikorsky 76 B was flying so low? My instinct tells me that this is a case where the successful person did not take any precautions, did not smell the danger and overconfidence paved the way to a sad accident… but I could be wrong… but JP Morgan once (“allegedly”) said “I am not a good judge of men. My first guess is sometimes right. My second never is.”

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  3. The news about the fog sealed it for me. This one reeks to high heaven. Someone help me out though…how does 9:47 come to 33 and 11?

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    1. Right? Police ground their copters because of the fog, and Kobe and company get a special clearance just to attend a kids’ basketball clinic?

      I don’t get too hot about the numerology. But to explain: 9=3×3 and 4+7=11. But the problem is, that you can take just about any date or time or year, and with every mathematical operation at your disposal, reduce it to “spooky” numbers. Yawn…

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      1. Exactly my thought. If the fog was so bad that the LAPD was grounded, it makes exactly zero sense why Kobe would have been flying. It reeeeeeeks of a cover story…dissappearing into the fog. Kobe should have tried Cutting through the Fog.

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      2. Numerology by itself is never good evidence. But its presence should not be ignored. I limit it to obvious expressions of 8, 11 and 33. Of course these variants can happen in real life, but in fake events, they are always there.

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      3. The sheriff’s department grounded its choppers many hours earlier, when the region was fogged in. Fog here comes in overnight, and generally lifts by early morning by a little while after dawn. The sheriff’s helicopters surely were grounded overnight, and probably would be going up soon. They were not grounded for what the video described, that one little bowl tending to get fog in its microclimite from time to time. The video noted that just a short distance away, there was no fog. Choppers were grounded for widespread fog all over, not in some isolated bowl. If that bowl was an issue, they simply would not fly in that bowl.

        This talk of “special clearance” — who said they need special clearance? The authorities chose to ground their own choppers, the sheriff has no authority to ground anyone else’s helicopter.

        Further, that chopper was equipped with all the instruments needed to fly without seeing anything, it was OK for it to fly in dense fog if they wanted to. However, just shortly before the crash, the pilot had radioed in that he was flying without instruments in use. Like the video suggests, any fog there probably was just that one spot, that one micro-climate. The helicopter could have suddenly run into it unexpectedly.

        Still, I will say, I’m not clear on how low the fog was. And regardless, that helicopter pilot still should have known its altitude, and known it was too low. The reports are that the helicopter was flying especially low, which, of course, is why it hit the hill.

        I wonder, might the pilot have had some medical issue, maybe a heart attack or something?

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    2. We should do a post on this alone … variants of 8, 11 and 33. I’ll do just a few:

      8: 53, 62, 71, 222 (2 X 2 X 2=8), 44. There was a TV show in my youth called Room 222. It probably had subversive content. Going on memory, Jerry Garcia, John Denver died at age 53. Prince was said to be 5’3″.

      11: 47, 74, 83, 92, 110. April 20 (Hitler’s birthday) is the 110th day of the year, another variant of “11.” Columbine and the Ludlow Massacre each happened on 4/20.

      33: 9 (3 X 3), 27 (3^3), KKK (11th letter of alphabet X 3), 11/22 (day JFK was shot, 12:30 first shot fired at JFK, 12:08 Patti Nielson, Hall Monitor, hears Klebold and Harris commit suicide, and at 3:30, Columbine Massacre is officially over. The list of rock stars who died at age 27 (3^3) is long (Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Jim Morrison) added to those who died at 33 (Karen Carpenter, Jesus, John Belushi, David Koresh, Chris Farley).

      Anyway, 9:47 is 3 X 3 (11) and 4+7 (11).

      Other’s talk about the number 13 having significance, and “aces and 8’s”, the dead man’s hand, two aces (11) and two 8’s. I don’t know about 13. 555 is a sign that a major life change is on the way. John Denver changed teh wing number on his Long EZ airplane to 555.

      I could go on. [I will. The Twin Towers themselves were nothing more than an expression of 11. Look at them!]

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      1. But for any event or person, you can always find some data that gets you the “spook” numbers with a little jiggering. It is an utterly undisciplined approach. If the death date doesn’t get you aces and eights, or nines and elevens, etc., then look at the age at death. Or the time of day. Or the time of day in military time. Or look at a registration number. Or a license plate number. Or a phone number. Or a ZIP code ….

        Point being, any one of us has spook numbers attached to him, if you just cast around long enough. I know I am not a spook, and yet several points of my biographical data would have red flags flying numerologically. So why should I worry about anyone else’s numbers? It is an exercise in arbitrariness.

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        1. Which is why I say and have alwasy said that spook markers are only to be weighed in conjunction with other evidence. Since I am not going to be looking into the Kobe matter, I’ll settle for the two 911’s in the news story as red flags. If there had been two 834’s, I’d have thought “Wow, Dude really died.”

          You might say the means by which we gather spook markers is arbitrary, but to demonstrate your point, please show the repeated appearance of other arbitrary numbers, such as 21 and 34, in major events of our time as have 33 and 11 and 8 appeared. JFK’s death, on 11/22 (33), the 326th day of the year (11), first shots fired at 12:30 (33), in Dealey Plaza in Texas on the 33rd parallel, could easily escape without notice. 9/11 and the destruction of two towers that formed the number ’11” for all to see on the horizon when entering New York by plane, boat, train or automobile is surely enough to raise a hackle in your mind? I suspect the markers are Masonic, and are used for signals, that is, as you work your way up the line of authority in police, military, business and politics, you are going to run into more and more Masons. They are secretive and oath-bound, which it why it makes sense that they do not really kill anyone in these events. When an event is fake, they make sure it is known to be so.

          For you to say it is all arbitrary, that I can make any other numbers work as well, negates something I have picked up on only slowly over time. I am not a fool, I do not lack self-awareness. I have never judged spook markers to be conclusive or definitive. But I cannot ignore their occurrence, and three, only three of them stand out.

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          1. This is how confirmation bias works. You notice the numbers that seem to confirm your theory, but ignore equally valid numbers that do not.

            The helicopter crash happened, according to me our über-precise witness in the video, at 9:43am. That works out to 9 and 7. Or 9 and 12, if you multiply the last two digits. Or 9 and 64, if you use exponentiation, as you did somewhere above. Or 16, if you take the sum of all the digits. But these don’t get you to a spook number. So you ignore the actual time of the crash.

            Instead, you focus on the time of the 911 call, at 9:47am. Because this yields 9 and 11. Or 9 and 28, if you multiply instead of adding the last two. But in this case, you choose addition over multiplication. Why? Confirmation bias.

            You cite Prince’s height as a spook number, 5 feet and 3 inches. But why did you pay attention to his height in imperial units rather than metric—160 centimeters? Again, confirmation bias.

            The date of the crash was January 26, or 1/26. Is this a marker? Does this date reduce to 1 and 8? Or 1 and 12? Or 1 and 64? OR … do you have to figure in the year as well, as Mick L does in a comment below, where he gets 13 by addition. But he adds all the numbers, and not just a grouping. Is that the way to go? In that case, the 9:47am call reduces to 20. Not a spook number.

            You say the Twin Towers are an obvious visual 11. But … WTC6 and WTC7 also fell that day. In fact, the first building to be demolished was WTC6. (We do not hear enough about this building and the mystery of its collapse, just a few scant minutes after the first “plane” struck.) Where’s the numerological clue in all that? If the numbers added up to your targets, you would make hay with it. But they do not, so you deem them insignificant.

            If you allow yourself to play with any numbers using any mathematical operations of your choosing, you have given yourself a tool to red-flag exactly anything and everything.

            Let me return to the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald, and objection in another comment thread. Mathis says the date, November 10, is a spook marker. But “they” could have chosen that date for their “hoax” ONLY if they also had the power to generate one of the biggest storms on Lake Superior in living memory back in 1975. Otherwise it makes no sense. Unless you claim it was a coincidence that the day they scheduled for scuttling the ore freighter just happened to have such a conveniently big storm on it.

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          2. I know how confirmation bias works. but thanks for the lesson. I also know how groupthink and thought stopping works. Been at this for a while. I am also used to ridicule and mansplaining. Through it all I hang on to this: I see what I see. I am not stupid. I am not caught up in good v evil. I see how people are, and how they are under management. I do not know why they use 8, 11, and 33. I just know they do. My guess, Occam’s Razor, a signaling device.

            BMuller lectured me the other day too.

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    3. “It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.”

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      1. Lawrence, all anyone has been saying here is that this COULD be fishy, and I am making no overall theories quite yet. Even just saying that the fog sealed it for me only meant that it sealed that this COULD be fishy. I have no idea what a greater theory of what happened could be, and as the quote says we should wait for data before we start doing that. Kobe flying into fog when the LAPD was grounded is very interesting data.

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        1. That is fine. Pardon my misunderstanding then. When I read “sealed” I understood it as in what a seal is/does: something that secures (such as a wax seal on a document) or
          a closure that must be broken to be opened and that thus reveals tampering. When the story first came out I also did not take it at face value and there are some loose ends still… but many facts that also point to human overconfidence/human error/smugness. Sometimes the Truth is that simple. I repeat fiction has to make sense, Truth doesn’t.

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      2. In fact, my immediate statement in the post yesterday was that I can say nothing based on initial reports. This is still true. As data comes in, we may eventually be able to form a theory of what happened here.

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      3. There is a difference between theorizing and hypothesizing, basically. One can paint hypotheticals freely so that once facts do come in, you can more easily see which avenues are fitting to the puzzle. Painting hypotheticals is not theorizing.

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  4. ‘Cartoon called “The Legends of Chamberlain Heights” Episode 8, Titled “End of Days.” shows Kobe Bryant trapped and blown up in a helicopter crash, this was published on December 28, 2017’ The numbers 3,5,6 & especially 13 are extremely important to the ruling class…

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        1. Yeah, I’ll get busy crunching 3, 5 and 6 on the basis of those numbers being sacred. Any other magical thinking you need to share? 8, 11 and 33 are a secret handshake, no magic needed. It’s why football QBs don’t yell out “I am handing off the ball to the big guy behind me.”

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          1. Spiritual, Mark. You do not believe any of it, that is obvious. And you ridicule much like the regular folk that believe the narrative of 9/11 when suggesting otherwise.

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          2. Spell it out. How is a number “spiritual”? If you indeed understand it, then you know the inner workings of minds that might be warped, since 3 is 3 and 5 is 5 etc. But my bet is that you cannot explain use of those numbers, and saying it is “spiritual” merely put you behind reach of ridicule. Almost.

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        2. The number 3? The Catholic ritual of making the sign of the cross and saying ‘Of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost”. Holy Ghost being Spiritual. You must have done that 100’s of times back when. Kobe was catholic & hooked up big w/ Italy, ground zero for the elites since Christ was born.

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  5. Some examples of how this event seems to be encoded with the number 13:

    Date: 01/26/2020 reduces to 13.
    Daughter victim was aged 13.
    Kobe Bryant was aged 41 which is the 13th prime number.
    Span between this suspicious “death” and suspicious “death” of Jeffrey Epstein is 169 days. 169 is the square of 13.

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    1. The helicopters model number is also a 7 & 6=13. Kobe had 2 jersey numbers 8 & 24 2 x 4 = 8, ’88’. Multiples they love as well.

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  6. This short video clip shows cell phone video of the crash. What is unexpected is the helicopter is falling from the sky. Helicopters are made to auto-rotate if they lose engine power. What would cause a helicopter to tumble down – did it hit something mid-air? It didn’t just plow into the side of a mountain like we all assumed given videos of the crash site.

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    1. Reminds me of the famous Naudet brothers 911 footage, and the coincidences that had to be in place to catch the first plane hitting the tower, for one, you had to be outdoors, two you had to have a view of the tower, three you had to quickly pivot and shoot the tower base don sound alone, and on and on. Could not have happened that way.

      This is the same … camera has to be rolling, pointed in right direction, and catch the helicopter as it emerges from blackness without knowing what it was or what was about to transpire. Suspicious.

      Foreshadowing on Comedy Central? Oh well. John Denver’s first hit song was Leaving on a Jet Plane.

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    2. I spoke to someone who knows helicopters and he said a helicopter would fall out of the sky like that if it had a tail rotor shaft failure or got into a vortex ring state – where it is descending at the same rate as its rotor down wash.
      Regarding this video – if they heard something overhead , like they heard a loud bang, and had their phones already out, they could have just started filming.
      But I find it interesting how the emergency vehicles were already sounding the moment the aircraft hit the ground. Very suspicious.

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      1. 56 responders were reportedly dispatched to crash site. And that old duffer witness wearing that TWA hat. Is that thee TWA? Company has been out of biz since Dec 1 2001 . Trans World Airlines. LA? ~Cough~ Founded by Howard Hughes (88) in 1930.

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      2. Shelly, by the time noise arrives, the event has already transpired. Basic physics, sound travels slowly while images much faster. I did actual measurements when investigating John Denver’s fake death, as people heard a loud bang and then looked out to see a plane crashing. By the time the bang arrives, the plane would have already crashed.

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    1. Was Kobe Bryant the target of any potentially ruinous litigation? He did rape a girl a few years back. What would be the reason for his fake death and disappearance? I would think the deaths of his daughter and these other people along with him would potentially complicate this operation. Were these other people who died in the crash real? Can their backgrounds be traced?

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  7. Kind of reckless with the numbers thing no? If youre gonna play this game with everything wouldnt it be helpful to generate motive, reasons why, one daughter was said to be involved well he had four, where is she going and why the others stay. I have to admit in some things there does seem to be something going on with the numbers Ive seen people do some spooky stuff with them and its hard to imagine they are being serious you guys are tame so far as what some people do lol. Kobe’s been doing the chopper thing for a long time its well known if someone told me the news he suddenly died with three or four guesses Id definitely say helicopter so they cartoon thing isnt really glaring to me. If he wasnt known to fly in them then yea it’d seem weird then.

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  8. The helicopter, a Sikorsky S-76B built in 1991, departed John Wayne Airport at 9:06 a.m. Sunday, according to publicly available flight records. The chopper passed over Boyle Heights, near Dodger Stadium, and circled over Glendale during the flight.

    The crash occurred shortly before 10 a.m. near Las Virgenes Road and Willow Glen Street in Calabasas. Authorities received a 911 call at 9:47 a.m., and firefighters arrived to find that the crash had ignited a quarter-acre brush fire in steep terrain, said L.A. County Fire Chief Daryl Osby. Responders included 56 fire personnel — firefighters, a helicopter with paramedics, hand crews — and sheriff’s deputies.

    “Our firefighters hiked into the accident site with their medical equipment and hose lines to extinguish the stubborn fire as it included the brush fire … and the helicopter,” Osby said during a news conference Sunday afternoon. “The fire also included magnesium, which is very hard for firefighters to extinguish because magnesium reacts with oxygen and water.”

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    1. From that video it looks like it’s a garbage can smoke fire. And there is only part of the chopper showing with clutter in the background. Haven’t seen any upright shoe photos yet.

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  9. K=11, O=15,B=2,E=5 Kobe=33. Also the “crash” happened in Calabasas, California. CC is 33. Was this probably a hoax? As Billie Eilish sez “duh”!

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      1. Sorry, didn’t realize it was forbidden. I only follow simple gematria and this was so obvious that I had to comment.

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  10. Would someone who is not me please take the trouble to read Kobe’s Wikipedia page? It’s long, mostly about basketball, but this is no ordinary man. Just at a glance I think I gleaned that he spoke three languages, maybe two, but fluent in Italian. There will be many clues between the lines there, but I don’t have the energy. Not a basketball fan.

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    1. I had his rookie card as a kid, and I know that he is supposed to be named after Kobe beef. A prime cut. Also, his fall in the draft and trade to the Lakers always struck me as odd and a kind of scripted situation. I wonder if the league does such things to ensure certain players end up in the right place. I think back to Aaron Rodgers inexplicably falling 24 spots in the 2005 NFL Draft to end up as Brett Favre’s successor. Could these leagues be telling teams that they are not allowed to draft certain players so that they can make sure they end up in the “right” place? Kobe’s path to the Lakers feels this way to me. Named after Kobe beef, traded to Lakers. He was destined to be a Legend. What cements a legacy as a Legend more than a sudden and shocking death?

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      1. Well, he was taken 13th overall in the 1996 draft … BUT, I don’t think that he “fell” in that draft. That class produced 10 all stars and no less than 4 Hall of Famers (Kobe will be the 4th). And recall he was trying to make the jump straight from high school, which wasn’t all that common at the time (only Garnett the year before).

        But anyways, I guess I don’t know what to think of all this yet. I grew up a Laker fan so I admit it’s difficult to separate emotion from logic at this point.

        What makes me suspicious:

        Matt Mauser, husband of one of the crash victims. Although I’ve only seen audio only interviews, he sounds suspiciously similar to some of those other notorious crisis actors that we’ve become so familiar with over the years. However, it is difficult to ascertain much through just audio. If anyone else can point out any video interviews of immediate family, perhaps we might gain some more insight.
        The Legends of Chamberlain cartoon. How is it that it’s always a cartoon that hints at these events so accurately in advance? Predictive programming? Certainly seems more likely when compared to the wild statistical improbability that all these shows (Simpsons, Family Guy et al) are just getting repeatedly lucky with their “predictions” – over and over again, and down to incredibly specific details. Ockham (Occam) appears to be knocking.
        Helicopters are actually remarkably safe. From what I can tell (Wikipedia, admittedly), a fatal crash occurs about once every couple years in the US. All the crash pictures that I have seen so far do not resemble such a thick “milky” fog that the one eyewitness had detailed. I believe he stated that he could hear the helicopter, but could not see it. I suppose the fog could’ve burned off by the time all the pictures were taken, but you would think at least some of it would remain evident in the crash pictures. Also, when googling images of “various helicopter wreckage”, I can almost always make out that the wreck was of a downed helicopter. Except for a single blue and white section of presumably fuselage, one cannot reliably say this was a helicopter wreck if that information wasn’t shared prior to viewing. Where is the tail boom? Where are the rotors?
        Another celebrity death right before the Grammys?

        What causes me to pump the brakes:

        Most celebs can change their appearance and slip out out of the public eye fairly easy, I would think. But a 6’6 African American, with a very distinct look? Throw in his daughter, who was of mixed race, and bore some of his distinct facial features? I imagine there is a way to hide anyone, but this would seem tricky.

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        1. For the record, he did fall. I wouldn’t exactly call Kerry Kittles a great player, and several teams passed on Kobe for a vanilla tall guy when it was known Kobe was a phenom. Then Charlotte trades him to the Lakers for Vlade D? It’s…convenient. And I agree with much of the rest of what you said. This whole incident does not feel right, and falls exactly in line with other events that don’t feel right.

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        2. From the images I see, Kobe wasn’t bald, just close cropped. A ‘fro and full beard would go some ways to changing his appearance, as well as shades. Since 99.9% of the world thinks he’s dead, they won’t be able to “see” him if he walks by in a dashiki and kufi, reeking of pot and pachuli and mumbling “Subhanaka allahumma wa bi hamdika wa tabara kasmuka wa ta’ala jadduka wa la ilaha ghairuka.”

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    2. He is a devote catholic & was said to attend black mass that morning as well. Look at his noggin. His face & nose.

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    3. On Joe Bryant’s wiki, who is Kobe’s father, it states he played in Italy from 1984-1991. I scanned the roster for Sebastiani Rieti and as of today it shows there is a player with last name Altobelli.

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  11. Another example of the numbers indicating hoaxing:

    From the Wikipedia page of actress Anne Heche:

    “On March 3, 1983, when Heche was 13, her 45-year-old father died of AIDS.”

    March 3 = 3/3 = 33

    “AIDS” = 33 in Simple Gematria

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  12. Given that this event is super recent and that research, facts and evidence is still being conducted/collected the only responsible position for me to assume is wait and with what is available, conclude for now that the 9 people mentioned in the media were killed in an aircraft on 1/26/20. I point to human error, spatial disorientation (due to weather conditions and flying under VFR rules) from the pilot’s part and overconfidence. There is still a lot of work (from respective authoritie’s part) on this case but for now that is all we have. You can think otherwise, mi job is not to convince you and remember that “the truth is like a lion; you don’t have to defend it. Let it loose; it will defend itself”

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    1. See, but to me taking this side is equally blind to the evidence. You did not witness the crash and you are only seeing sketchy images of a crash site and eyewitness with questionable veracity. Did you know any of the nine people personally? I didn’t. We can debate whether there was actually a crash, but how would you know if Kobe and his daughter were actually on board? Do you really think that you could distinguish between the body parts of seven people and nine people? Do you trust the LA County coroner? Do you trust the media reporting the incident truthfully? I don’t see any specific reason to believe the story, just as much as right now I don’t see you enough evidence to specifically not believe the story. All I really personally believe right now is that many of the details do not feel right. I am not taking it any further than that at this point.

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      1. Why? Elementary: Evidence… and that is also why I say that I will pause and will come back at it when more evidence come to the surface.

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  13. Tiger Woods spoke to the media the day of.. Just after he heard about it, coming off the green or something. Apparently they were friends. Tiger was pretty matter of fact and collected about it. You would think if you just lost a friend in a shocking accident, you might want to talk to others who knew him, and grieve together.. Would you talk to some reporter sticking a mic in your face, and talk to strangers at large in the world about someone they don’t really know the way you do. It seems these celebs treat us like we’re their best buds, they’re such giving people.

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  14. 56 fire personnel? 5+6=11

    Just sayin…

    I think the issue with the so-called spook numbers is when they are given in the news stories, especially in superfluous details like “56 firefighters.” Does someone bother to count them all? Or is that in a press release? Why does it matter?

    The LA Times story pinged out by Apple to all iPhone users on the day of the event included interviews from workers at a Mexican restaurant he supposedly frequented. Why? I can see that as filler a few days afterwards. Maybe a reporter happened to be eating there?

    Seems like a complete lack of gravitas.

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    1. Good point about random counting in news stories. No journalist is actually counting heads of 56 firefighters. This is one of the only so-called spook markers that I take seriously…random, unnecessarily specific information that was provided for no apparent reason.

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      1. A year or so ago there was a story about an immigrant Mexican family in Atlanta where the mother allegedly stabbed her husband and several kids to death. Both husband and wife were reported as 33 years old, and the kids were quite young. None of their neighbors knew them as they had recently moved there.

        Mexican girls marry quite young so that alone didn’t add up. They would also tend to marry older men, and start popping out kids quite early. Much less the likelihood of a small Mexican woman being able to stab a man and her children in this way.

        The fact that such obviously fake stories are presented to us at all levels makes everything suspect, especially this type of setup.

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    2. I recent story in Montana about a young girl who disappeared from the reservation said she was 16 and weighed 133 pounds. How do they know weight with such precision? (Intellius said no one by the given name (first, two middle, last) existed, but that a woman with her first and last name, age 20, from a nearby city existed. Very strange.)

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      1. Yes exactly… These are great rebuttals to Maartens confirmation bias argument. Maarten suffers from confirmation bias that numbers are not coded or used in some cryptic way, I would say. You can always show “nothing to see here” by doing lots of random operations on numbers, whether they are chosen or random.

        As to “why 56 firefighters”… Have you ever read a book on the craft of fiction? A common tip they give writers is that specificity can lend a sense of “you are there” credibility.

        Instead of “James woke up early” maybe say “3:56 AM. The red numbers glowered at him in the dark, a full two hours before the alarm was set to go off..”

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        1. This would actually support Maarten if the journalists are encouraged to just make up ultra specific numbers. He is correct, but so is Mark. The ultra-specific and unnecessary details (weight of 133 pounds) are where you most commonly see these spook markers. My argument was that these are relevant. However, Maarten is also correct that you can start to take this way too far and into the realm of confirmation bias. All he really said was that it is a sloppy way to confirm things. I agree with both. It is occasionally meaningful (unnecessary details frequently are spooky), but also often taken way too far (Prince’s height being 5’3″).

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        2. I am wondering if this death, most likely fake, does indeed tie into Kobe’s previous rape case. As I recall, they had him by the short hairs and he was only able to get off the hook by buying her silence. Rapists do exist, though not in the numbers the Men are Pigs project suggests. I read a book once called “Why Men Rape,” or something like that, and it suggested that rape is not so much a crime of passion rather than hatred. (Of course, there is the two people getting carried away, her calling a halt, him not listening kind of rape, where there is contributory negligence on her part, but that is not what I am talking about.) If Kobe is a rapist, he may have raped again, and to escape prosecution had to fake bite the big one.

          Anyway, the rape stands out as something unusual that somehow fits here.

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          1. this is a mistake you constantly make Mark.
            you assume things are true because it was in the news
            let me ask you how do you know the Kobe rape case was real and not fake?
            i’ll answer it for you, you know because you saw it on the news on the tv

            haha lets pile on Mark

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      2. Well, I don’t mean to lecture anyone, so I will just ask questions (as I did above, but without getting answers).

        Y’all see significance in the missing girl’s weight. If I add those numbers up, I get 1+3+3=7. Not 8 or 11 or 33. Perhaps you will tell me then that I have to multiply in this case: 1x3x3=9. And 9 can be divided as 3×3, which is two 3s, and thus counts as an instance of 33. So with a little wrestling, we get to a spook number.

        Then y’all see significance in the number of firefighters. So following the math we just did, I multiply 5×6=30. But, no, I will be told: this time we use addition to get 5+6=11.

        In other words, of the two numbers given for the missing girl (who, let’s face it, is too young to show up in Intellius), we have 16 for her age and 133 for her weight. We ignore the 16 for some reason and we use the weight.

        How do you know which of several published numbers to focus on? Why ignore the age? Or does that also get calculated into the addition/multiplication/exponentiation and I am just missing an operation?

        How do you know which mathematical operation to use? I am sure that the answer is not simply, “Whatever gets you to a spook number.” (Because that would be undisciplined and arbitrary.)

        What is the difference between numerology (which y’all like) and gematria (which is banned here)? Someone gave numerical values to the letters in KOBE and got a yellow card; but elsewhere the initials of the Ku Klux Klan where analyzed as K=11 and 11+11+11=33, and this is deemed acceptable. Alas, I am slow and cannot see the difference.

        Regarding the musician Prince, who died at age 57 (we are told), four years older than the spooky death-ages of Jerry Garcia and John Denver. Since 57 cannot be wrestled into a spook marker, we are directed to consider his height of 5 feet and 3 inches, which is spooky because 5×3=15. Oops. Wrong operation. 5^3=125 and 1+2+5=8. Right? Oh. Wrong operation again? Then 5+3=8. Spooky, yes?
        Question: Are you saying that 5’3″ is NOT an accurate reporting of Prince’s height, and that this number was made up just to be a spook marker?
        If so, please tell me how tall Prince really was.

        And one more time ….
        Do you think that the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald happened on a spooky date because the spooks conjured up a huge storm on that precise day in furtherance of their hoax? If so, how did they accomplish that feat in 1975?

        I have more questions, but these will suffice for now.

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        1. If you see my comment Maarten I completely support you, especially on that this practice can go too far, like Prince’s height. However I disagree about the randomly specific details like her weight. I think you are trying to put too much logic into it. No multiplication required, the 33 is right there staring at you (133 pounds). You have to imagine that if you were a spook trying to send signals, you would do it any way convenient to you. Weight of 133 pounds. One husband’s remaining children are 9 and 11 years old. That husband was the bad actor. So in many ways, I would say I completely agree with you that this is sloppy and can go too far, but at the same time I would say you are trying to find too much logic in what would amount to an inside joke among spooks.

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          1. Thank you for your thoughtful response, Fauxlex.

            I do not agree that the weight of a missing girl is randomly specific. In fact, if one wanted to give a description of a missing person, I think it would be quite helpful, especially since nowadays we cannot describe someone as “heavyset” anymore.

            But if the 133 lbs. is offered to put a spook marker in plain sight, then …

            … for the number of firefighters, why not just plain old 33 instead of 56?

            … for the kids’s ages, why not 8 and 11 instead of 9 and 11?

            There is a bigger issue here. It goes to the reliability of all the red flags we see planted by certain conspiracy theorists (not at this site). It is easy to connect the dots if you put dots absolutely everywhere. Then you can connect a few of them to make any picture you want. Arbitrary numerology and specious genealogy and guilt by association (“he attended a spook school, so he’s a spook … he’s a spook, so the school he attended is a spook school …”) can be used to make just about anyone seem suspicious and any event seem fraudulent.

            There is an agenda behind the profligate red-flagging, and it is not a good one.

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          2. I tend towards agreeing with your point here. The number-based red flagging is dangerous in that it is far more likely to be calling a totally random and innocent number nefarious than it is likely to be correctly identifying a nefarious red flag. However, I am convinced that the inside joke number references DO exist…even if it will forever be next to impossible for us, the unconnected, to distinguish between an actual red flag number and innocent numbers.

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          3. Of course a specific number is more useful than a general one, that is, if Police are indeed going to use Facebook as a crime solving device. I would bet they went to her page, located her friends, that is, if there was even a missing person. But to broadcast for leads … very unprofessional, an invitation for cranks.

            Somewhere else you said that Montana is a little remote for such operations … I have seen two such events in Montana now, and imagine they are going on nationwide, as such events appear routine. Are they for training purposes? Are these mere drills reported as real events? Remember all the drills going on around 911?

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        2. Y’all see significance in the missing girl’s weight. If I add those numbers up, I get 1+3+3=7. Not 8 or 11 or 33. Perhaps you will tell me then that I have to multiply in this case: 1x3x3=9. And 9 can be divided as 3×3, which is two 3s, and thus counts as an instance of 33. So with a little wrestling, we get to a spook number.

          [The significance is the number 33. How can they know exactly how much someone weighs unless she has just had a physical, or just gotten off the scale and reported the weight to someone who then reports it to police? Most likely, if the police are even in the habit of using Facebook to track missing people (I doubt it), they are going to offer a range, 125-135, something like that. 133 is too specific.]

          Then y’all see significance in the number of firefighters. So following the math we just did, I multiply 5×6=30. But, no, I will be told: this time we use addition to get 5+6=11.

          [This is due to frequent occurrence in hoax-like events, some indication of 8,11 or 33 always appears, not sometimes. Always. 56 is too specific a number anyway, as most likely a real news report would say “50 or more” or something like that.]

          In other words, of the two numbers given for the missing girl (who, let’s face it, is too young to show up in Intellius), we have 16 for her age and 133 for her weight. We ignore the 16 for some reason and we use the weight.

          [You’re reporting the age minimum for Intellius in a matter-of-fact manner. Selena Shelley Faye Not Afraid, age 16, 133 pounds, did not turn up. Selena Not Afraid, age 20, Billings, Montana, did. The name is unusual enough that I doubt there are two of them, but don’t know. I am only suspicious this event was fake.]

          How do you know which of several published numbers to focus on? Why ignore the age? Or does that also get calculated into the addition/multiplication/exponentiation and I am just missing an operation?

          [It helps to have been at this for a long time. I don’t work hard at it. I noticed so many rock stars dead at age 27, wondered about it, but didn’t have an answer until I realized that 27 is 3^3. In the same manner, I knew ever since 11/22/63 that JFK died on 11/22, first shot fired at 12:30, but it wasn’t until 2016 or so that I realized 11+22=33. You can pooh pooh all you like, but the ease with which these numbers turn up in hoax events, disproportional to all other numbers, tells me some signalling is going on, just as when Peyton Manning, when calling plays for the Denver Broncos, would often yell out “Omaha!” I never for a second thought, as others might have, that he was ordering steaks.]

          How do you know which mathematical operation to use? I am sure that the answer is not simply, “Whatever gets you to a spook number.” (Because that would be undisciplined and arbitrary.)

          [I don’t see the use of math operations to have to be orderly, any more than use of letters of the alphabet, as in KKK, are allowable. You’ve overthinking. If it is just signalling, then the whole offensive line is going to be saying “I know the play he is calling” and not “Oh boy, steaks tonight!”]

          What is the difference between numerology (which y’all like) and gematria (which is banned here)? Someone gave numerical values to the letters in KOBE and got a yellow card; but elsewhere the initials of the Ku Klux Klan where analyzed as K=11 and 11+11+11=33, and this is deemed acceptable. Alas, I am slow and cannot see the difference.

          [Looking for incidence of 8, 11, and 33 in hoax events is a mild form of sign-stealing. Gematria is a crazy convoluted system where numbers are substituted for letters of the alphabet for every word available, and conclusions, usually labored, are drawn therefrom. It is banned here because 1) it is subjective, 2) it is tedious, and 3) they never quit, just like flat earthers. Also, it is boring. Since I own the blog, I can ban anything I want, and tedious and boring are good criteria.]

          Regarding the musician Prince, who died at age 57 (we are told), four years older than the spooky death-ages of Jerry Garcia and John Denver. Since 57 cannot be wrestled into a spook marker, we are directed to consider his height of 5 feet and 3 inches, which is spooky because 5×3=15. Oops. Wrong operation. 5^3=125 and 1+2+5=8. Right? Oh. Wrong operation again? Then 5+3=8. Spooky, yes?
          Question: Are you saying that 5’3″ is NOT an accurate reporting of Prince’s height, and that this number was made up just to be a spook marker?
          If so, please tell me how tall Prince really was.

          [He was 5’2″, according to Music in Minnesota.com, Minnesota his home state. And once more, just to drive this home, numbers by themselves are never good evidence. Have I mentioned that before? Did I write 17,000 words on Columbine because the event was officially pronounced ended at 3:30 PM? No. I gathered a lot of other stuff, and mentioned within those 17,000 (=8) words that numbers by themselves are not good evidence, mentioning quite a few that occurred nonetheless. I never looked into the Prince affair, but add, just for general interest, that it is said he died intestate [without a will]. Not very likely. That is additional evidence.]

          And one more time ….
          Do you think that the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald happened on a spooky date because the spooks conjured up a huge storm on that precise day in furtherance of their hoax? If so, how did they accomplish that feat in 1975?

          [I am so glad I’ve never written or talked about the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. I know nothing about it. I went to a Gordon Lightfoot concert a few years ago. Guy is an OK singer, lousy performer. “Sundown” referred to Kathy Smith. Why didn’t he just sing about Kathy? Why do people encode things? And what is the big deal about Kathy Smith? She looked homely as an Arkansas cousin to me. Guy is singing about her?]

          I have more questions, but these will suffice for now.

          [I’ll be having steak around 5:30 this evening. Omaha, and out!]

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          1. This is where I’m saying that you’re both right. The 133 weight IS indeed way too specific, however I think it’s so easy to twist the number thing too far, as Maarten says. We shouldn’t ALWAYS have these random overly specific details containing blatant spook markers, but it seems like we do always have them in questionable events. Good sign the story is all fiction, but we have to be very, very careful. I am not a fan of the Prince’s height example. A person can be between 5’2″ and 5’3″ and that seems like a good example of taking the number thing too far. The meaningful numbers are a real thing though, even if it’s thin ice to work on because it’s easy to attribute meaning to a meaningless number.

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          2. Also want to add that the “aggressive circling maneuver” performed by the helicopter over Glendale a half hour before the crash was likely just to create eyewitness accounts of the helicopter, because it doesn’t make any sense otherwise.

            Lyudmirsky added to The Post, “You just never ever see that, ever, [except] at an air show.’’

            Hence, they were trying to catch the public’s attention so that there would be cell phone video and eyewitness accounts of this helicopter being in the air at the appropriate time. This story continues to stink to high heaven.

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            1. I looked up some examples of missing person reports. None gave weight in a range: all had a single, specific, and not-always-round number. You assume that the 133 lbs. does not come from the girl’s most recent medical chart. But you base this assumption on nothing factual; it’s just a hunch that any specific number is a fictional number. I do not concur with this hunch. We must agree to disagree.
            2. If one is looking for 8, 11, and 33, one will always find them, especially if any kind of mathematical manipulation is allowed. Someone else said above that 5 and 6 are “sacred” numbers in these games. I am sure that statement was based on his long experience as well. We therefore cannot dismiss it, I suppose. But it is a methodology which is bound to produce many, many false positives. And there’s the rub.

            You speculated above that the TV drama Room 222 had “subversive content.” I remember watching that show, and I cannot think of anything subversive about it at all—just typical bland prolefeed. By your lights, are most of the shows in this link have subversive content?
            https://www.imdb.com/poll/P94LviBkU9s/
            I find that to be a stretch. Maybe you do as well.

            As it was, you formed a judgment about a show based on numbers only … despite saying that numbers for you are only confirmatory with more compelling evidence. Can you see now that perhaps the numerology is more bewitching than you imagine? And hence misleading?

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          3. At the same time Maarten, do you agree that SOMETIMES the number is a marker? Or do you truly believe that these numbers are a coincidence and never meaningful? Because I agree that it’s a bad foundation to work from when it’s so easy to attribute nefariousness to an innocent number. However, I am curious if you think the numbers are EVER meaningful?

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          4. Agree completely, the A. Cooper interview with the “grieving” husband is a hot mess. Lots of duping delight smiles and closed-eye lying.

            Agree completely, the Kobe crash is almost certainly a hoax. I like the theory that Kobe may be ducking out from more rape charges. And who knows if the other victims of the crash even existed?

            I DO think that numbers can be markers. Masons have a thing for 33. In Judaism 18 is linked to life. Satanists like 666. Christians go for 7. Pythagoreans liked 153. I don’t think the date of the 9/11 event was random. Whether “aces and eights” have meaning for someone, I don’t know.

            But here’s the thing. These numbers are not picked out of a hat. They have significance for these groups for gematrial reasons, specific to that group. You cannot separate numerology from cultus. And so if you are looking for number markers, you are already committed to acknowledging a mystical/spiritual aspect to these events. To embrace the numbers yet dismiss the occult connections is illogical. The numbers must be more than just in-group signals.

            That being said, I think that those who use numbers as markers do so selectively and precisely. The MMC wants to train us to use logarithms and cosines and all kinds of operations to see number markers everywhere. The purpose is to generate false positives and a lot of them.

            I find it hard to believe that there is Masonic signalling going on in the report of a missing teenager in Montana. What would be the point? Who would even see that report? We know of it only because Mark told us.

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          5. Thank you for clarifying, and as always excellent critical thinking on this. I could not believe that “husband” interview as I was listening to it. You can almost sense Anderson helping him along at certain points. The guy seems like he’s LOVING the attention and getting to be on national TV. No idea how he connects in, but he’s unbelievably fishy. And I agree with your analysis on numbers and your point is well taken on how we are being lead into false positives if we go too far with the numerological analysis.

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          6. I looked up some examples of missing person reports. None gave weight in a range: all had a single, specific, and not-always-round number. You assume that the 133 lbs. does not come from the girl’s most recent medical chart. But you base this assumption on nothing factual; it’s just a hunch that any specific number is a fictional number. I do not concur with this hunch. We must agree to disagree.

            [I just took a tour of CA missing persons … https://oag.ca.gov/missing/search … almost without exception, multiples of 10, a few multiples of 5. Children are more specific. So you’re wrong about that based on what I see. (One guy was 162 pounds.) I base my ‘assumption’ on experience, that the numbers 8,11 and 33 appear “always” in fake events in some form or another. Often they are not readily apparent. That has been my experience. In fact, I expect an event that has no such numbers to be real until shown to be otherwise.]

            Here is what I wrote in the Columbine piece:
            “The EIght Minute Gap”

            Note: Just for reference as we move through the events of 4/20/1999, the first shots were fired at 11:19 a.m, and the boys committed suicide at 12:08. Or so they say. I will be highlighting numbers that I regard as significant, or “spook markers,” as I call them. These are merely secret communication devices by which Intelligence agents, Freemasons, whatever, tell one another that events are contrived and fake. So 11:19 and 12:08 are significant.

            The most important numbers appear to be 8, 11 and 33. The derivations they use on these numbers are many, 8 can be 222 (222=8), 53,35, 44, and 11 can be 47, 74, 65, 29 and 92, although 92 can also be expressed as 9 and 1+2, or 9/11, a very important number for them. 33 is all over the place and in many forms. In the Columbine hoax, we will learn, for example, that the events of that day ended at …3:30 p.m.”

            Please do not confuse this mere signalling system with “gematria,” or translation of words to numbers. I do not truck there.”

            At least I am consistent, as I wrote this in 2017. So how many people were killed or injured at Columbine? 33. ]

            [One will NOT always find 8,11 or 33 even if looking for them. I see others attributing significance to other numbers, but I’ve never seen it. 13 means nothing,a s far as I can see, aces and eights, not sure. 555 certainly had a role in John Denver’s fake death. What I suspect, to be frank, is that we are dealing with oath takers and secret keepers, that maybe the numbers have inside significance to some oath-bound group, like Masons, who organize themselves by degree and never talk to outsiders about insider goings on. I further suspect that Masonic (or some oath-bound) membership is a requirement for advancement in law, police work, universities, news, politics, maybe even business. But something else too consider, two things actually: One, I regard these people as highly moral, which is why they don’t kill people; and two, they regard us as people under their watch, too stupid to be allowed to know too much, but immune from killing because of their moral code. They’d like to see fewer of us, apparent from their sliming of the Catholic Church and climate change and Men Are Pigs, etc., but they are not allowed to just kill us. That’s what I suspect to be true. But how can I know? I cannot.

            Keep in mind, I am not superstitious. These numbers mean nothing to me, and I would not mention them if they did not appear as often as they do in fake events. ]

            You speculated above that the TV drama Room 222 had “subversive content.” I remember watching that show, and I cannot think of anything subversive about it at all—just typical bland prolefeed. By your lights, are most of the shows in this link have subversive content?
            https://www.imdb.com/poll/P94LviBkU9s/
            I find that to be a stretch. Maybe you do as well.

            [I watched it as a kid, raised to be Catholic and Republican. I remember a few episodes, and in them the teacher, Mr. Dixon, was very progressive, wanted to remove structure from classrooms, Much of the show was about race relations. I thought there was a social agenda behind it, though I would not HAve used those words then. I more likely would HAve said “subversive,” the word I regrettably just used. Interesting. Flashback.]

            As it was, you formed a judgment about a show based on numbers only … despite saying that numbers for you are only confirmatory with more compelling evidence. Can you see now that perhaps the numerology is more bewitching than you imagine? And hence misleading?

            [I’ll state my case again: I did not imagine this to be happening. I only write about it because of its frequency. Of course they could seed events with fake markers, but there are so few of us that can spot this that they are not worried about it. It works for them. Of course not every fake event is going to have them – I based my Waco work strictly on other evidence. But there are so many of them in positions of authority, they need a way to communicate among themselves. That’s all it is.

            How many died at Jonestown? 909. Interesting. Of those three numbers, two are spook markers, one is the true number.]

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        3. Driving home from work, the radioman announced someone winning £35*,000, and then ‘that’s **470,000 we’ve given out as prize money so far this year.’
          I asked my passenger, ‘Do you believe that’, and she replied, ‘Why not?’.
          It’s a local radio station in a small town, far from being a rich area, advertising revenue wouldn’t cover those prizes, so to me it sounds fishy, and the prizes are fake, a lie.
          Coronavirus report on RT said 8 dead, 27,000 seriously ill.
          I wondered if the original 007 John Dee was the secret for the numbers and saw this, mm –
          https://darkbooks.org/pp.php?v=1166333007
          Apparently the Hebrew alphabet has 22 letters.

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  15. Just saw a pair of pix that show Kobe’s official chopper vs the one crashed. Night and day difference. Reader/writers that can post pix, please do this here.

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  16. The sports guy was old, time for retirement. It was announced, the funny video has been posted.
    To the numbers, just some examples:
    First Corona infected German 33 years old – https://www.welt.de/regionales/bayern/article205413401/Coronavirus-in-Deutschland-33-Jaehriger-in-Bayern-infiziert.html
    When the scare started, it was reported a city of 11 million is under quarantine.
    There are 911 days between 911, and the Madrid bombing 2004.
    If you read about aircraft and ships, you will encounter the numbers galore. First flights, commission dates, etc.
    The irony, when we observe these, they make us do the witchcraft, the Bible condemns.

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  17. By Newsploy Staff

    We have just started our investigation into Kobe Bryant’s tragic death, and already so many signs point to a murder. Consider all of these items taken as a whole, and make your mind up for yourself. These are listed in no particular order.

    The recent Q Post 3794, dated Jan 23, 2020
    The post talks about a State Funeral, these are not just for politicians, could be any celebrity deemed worthy of such an event. It will be interesting to see if a state funeral is authorized for Kobe Bryant. In this same post, Q has shared a link to the Death of Mr. Peanut, there is old video footage of Kobe riding in a car with a young person wearing a Mr. Peanut costume.
    The Cartoon called “The Legends of Chamberlain Heights” Episode 8, Titled “End of Days.” shows Kobe Bryant trapped and blown up in a helicopter crash, this was published on December 28, 2017. This seems to clearly be a case of predictive programming.
    Kobe dies today 1-26-2020, add those numbers: 1+2+6+2+2 = 13 the Illuminati number, but there is more– the mainstream media says Kobe and 4 others died, but later the 4 changes to 9. 4 + 9 =13.
    Kobe dies the day after, his scoring record is passed by Lebron James, who seems to be someone they are trying to promote to the masses, despite Lebron’s limited public appeal. In fact Kobe’s last tweet is congratulating Lebron, and this tweet can now be used to promote Lebron.
    The helicopter has one of the highest safety records, in addition it is well cared for, most importantly where is the Pilot distress call? Anytime a plane or helicopter goes down with no distress call it is suspicious.
    Firefighters at the scene, describe intense heat from Magnesium and the fires were difficult to extinguish. Oops they fail to explain– where in world did the Magnesium come from? Helicopters are made from composites, aluminum, steel, not much Magnesium there… what about an incendiary bomb to take out the engine? Eye Witness Video taken of the helicopter falling, shows a helicopter with no engine power, as the helicopter tumbles end-over-end to the ground then explodes; it is hard to view the video.
    Kobe was accused by his wife of cheating with 105 women and of sexual assault, could there be a link between Kobe and Epstein? Interesting how the media is playing him up as a “family man” this may not be true. When a 1/2 a Billionaire dies lets see who files claims of a relationship with Kobe.
    Kobe dies hours before the Grammy Award Show, filled with Illuminati symbols, the Grammy’s are organizing a tribute to Kobe, well maybe they are organizing it a little too fast, in other words did they already have video ready; we will have to examine the nature and quality of their sudden tribute. Of course the Grammy ceremony is at the Los Angeles Staples Center, the exact venue Kobe played at for the Lakers.
    Don’t worry the FAA will investigate, don’t hold your breath waiting for that, the role of the FAA is to cover up misdeeds and protect airframe manufacturers; 99% of FAA investigations end up as “pilot error” and dead pilots have difficulty defending themselves.

    For now, we will start with these, but data is still coming in and we expect this list to grow. There are just way too many coincidences to believe that his is just some random tragedy. We need your help so please contact us at the email below if you have additional information.

    Send News Tips to: tip@newsploy.com

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  18. Listening to Anderson Cooper (cough, spook, cough) interview supposedly with the husband of one of the women who died in the crash and this man is OBVIOUSLY acting. Like, the worst acting I’ve ever seen. They also said his remaining kids are aged “3, 9, and 11”. This guy is FAKE AS HELL. It’s seriously some of the worst acting I’ve ever seen.

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  19. I wonder if the Kobe rape case could have been the 4th degree Masonic initiation which is designed to root out impostors- and in the case of public figures- uses public humiliation as the test. The case concluded with no real consequences save the stain on Kobe’s image. The victim, likely fictitious, got paid, the wifey got a 4* million $ pink diamond ring (Rosicrucian alert?) and the case was dropped.
    The case has also died in the press and he’s now treated like a fallen warrior with very openly Masonic Shaq giving gifts to the families of the other victims (Payoffs for silence?)
    *$ 4 million- One million per step-

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  20. This week-end’s mega scam,rigged,staged,scripted,faked, lame game Pooper Bowl #54 (5+4=9) will have a mini Kobe wake? For sure the Tidy Bowl shall be LOADED w/spook & occult rituals, numbers and dare say enlightening? For the record, not a fan (word taken from ‘fanatical) of the sport world since Jordan era ‘project’.

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  21. I have heard rumors that Kobe (along with pretty much all major celebs) was heavily into witch craft. Now, whether you believe in that sort of stuff or not, there does appear to be some evidence that he was involved in some sort of esoteric arts.

    Exhibit A: Stephen A Smith

    Watch up to about the 40 second mark. After being jokingly referred to the as the male Oprah, he says that Kobe told him, “The hell with Oprah, be Harpo.” Absolutely strange statement, after which he doesn’t expound, and moves on quickly. So who the heck is Harpo? Is it Harpo Marx, the comic actor from near a century ago? What qualities would he be renowned for other than being silent? Is it possible that Harpo took the stage name based on the ancient deity Harpocrates, god of silence and secrets? Also, Oprah is Harpo spelled backwards. She is another who has been rumored to follow the dark arts. Lastly, Aleister Crowley was known to invoke Harpocrates during his spiritual sessions (not hard to find). Sure, I may be grasping at straws here, but is it possible that Screamin A is relaying a thinly veiled message to those in the know?

    Exhibit B: Kobe’s Musecage

    This video produced by ESPN, Kobe presents some “kid friendly” advice, complete with a cartoonish snake puppet, on how to channel dark spirits in order to conquer your competition. He also conjures up a crystal ball, then asks the snake (Little Mamba) if he knows the “spell.” I’m not particularly religious, but the vid is a bit of an eye opener, to say the least.

    Exhibit C: Kobe’s 666 workout
    http://ballislife.com/kobe-bryant-muse-motivational-workout-mix-his-666-workout-routine/

    Exhibit D: Kobe’s ESPN show ‘DETAIL’

    Sorry, I don’t have a good link. But if you get a chance to watch any of these, note that the ‘A’ in the ‘Detail’ logo looks like a pyramid. During the intro, the “capstone” of that A starts to light up.

    In summary, I suppose any of these peculiar bits of info could be explained away individually. But taken together, it seems to point to a strong likelihood that Kobe was an initiate of “some sort” of craft. So, perhaps he simply has ascended to the next level?

    DJ

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    1. FYI, these are not my ideas. Just passing along some info I came across in a youtube video titled “Kobe: Pupil of Lucifer” – yes, it is a bit “heavy”, but the author makes some very compelling points.

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    2. Most here from the top down look down (semi-pun) on the world they cannot see. So the subject is forbidden on the blog in any real depth. I on the other hand explore it because of the backlash it receives. Scorn & ridicule. That is flag material. For the record our nation was founded by elite lineages of Europe that are deep into the secret societies. Same masonic gang that these ‘stars’ belong to (literary) today. Just look at Kobe’s eyes. They lie all the time. Check out Shaq’s YT clips where he freezes in the studio (minutes long dead still) while Ernie (mason) and Kenny pretend everything thing is normal and continue to carry the segment.

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      1. Well, I certainly can’t blame them, as these sorts of things have a tendency to quickly devolve into religious shouting matches. I assure you that was not my intention. It just seems obvious that many of these “elite” are involved in some flavor of occult practices that have roots that stretch back to ancient, dare I say, biblical times. Like I said, I am not super religious, although I do tend to believe in some sort of “creative force”, as it were. This stuff just fascinates me, that’s all.

        DJ

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    3. Harpo is the name of her company so in saying to hell with oprah be harpo would imply be a business, corporation, be bigger than yourself

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      1. Is that message clear to the average sports fan? Smith then asks his viewers, “Still wonder why they call him the the Black Mamba?” Huh? So because he referenced Oprah’s company, we are to immediately understand why Kobe is called the Black Mamba? Perhaps I’m obtuse, but it seems like one heck of a stretch to me. For the record, more than a few folks have noted Oprah’s connection to new age occult practices, and how she often “accidentally” throws up occultic gestures. And my limited understanding is that invoking Harpocrates is actually “a thing” in craft work. In any case, this singular incident might be explainable, sure. But taken with all the other indicators that I detailed, it starts to paint a very different picture.

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        1. Im sure tens of millions know it Ive been knowing it forever because when her show would go off it would say harpo productions on the screen, forget oprah be harpo and you wonder why he’s the black mamba meaning and you wonder why he’s the…insert highly assertive accolade, greatest, best, franchise, GOAT, he’s not being creepy there just saying

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    1. He uses the least genuine “grief voice” that I have ever heard and it is clearly forced/acting grief. Lots of smiles, lots of fake crying (no tears), lots of rehearsed-sounding lines, and more than anything this seems like a guy who is really enjoying himself. His acting around 8:20 is especially terrible, and Anderson even jumps in at that point with his own story to try to salvage it.

      I have no idea how this event was all faked, but it is abundantly clear at this point that the Kobe crash was not genuine.

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      1. I don’t know if you know, but Anderson Cooper had a brother, Carter, I think, who jumped off the balcony of their 14th story NYC apartment (he is a Vanderbilt) for a grand exit. We did a lot of work on that, and as we dug into it, the family photos appeared to be paste ups, unless Gloria Vanderbilt lives across the street from a warehouse. I judged the death to be fake, and Carter and Anderson stepping in and out of each other’s shoes to this day. It was especially apparent to me as he appeared on Jeopardy, where they annually bring in journalists and dumb down the questions. The guy had an Al Gore kind of dumbness about him in his manner of speech that Anderson does not exhibit.

        https://pieceofmindful.com/2016/09/12/carter-cooper-avoid-rowboats/

        Not my best work, tried to fix it up …

        https://pieceofmindful.com/2016/09/14/anderson-cooper-intrepid-reporter/

        And here …

        https://pieceofmindful.com/2016/09/18/the-cooper-twins-a-closer-look/

        Anderson Cooper is a total player.

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      2. Fauxlex: you are certainly entitled to your opinion -as we all are-, BUT if you allow me a criticism, let me just say that what you wrote above “I have no idea how this event was all faked, but it is abundantly clear at this point that the Kobe crash was not genuine”… It is an indication (at least to me) that you’ve been MM’ed and it does not speak of a super logical-machine mind.

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        1. I see what I see Lawrence. Yes, MM tries to spin us into thinking too many things are fake. But in this case, I am basing my feelings on what my eyes see and my mind perceives. I could not care any less about how much you do or don’t feel that I am a logic machine. My style of thinking is strongly logical, but check out my post on the supernatural to find where I have often said that logic only takes you so far. When the truth is sitting there plain as day for you to see, logic is only an impediment. You have to have the strength to trust your eyes and your mind when the truth is clear as day right in your face.

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          1. It’s OK, buddy. Nobody is perfect. Onward. We will be revisiting this case in the future for sure. Some call it a hoax, I call it a tragic accident, akin to lots of lots of helicopter crashes in the last 50 yrs or so. Some of them were accidents in the truest sense of the word, other perhaps not so much.

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          2. You sure seem keen on supporting the official narrative there Lawrence. Yes, yes, a tragic accident. A helicopter crash with Kobe and daughter on board. Pilot error, yes yes. Why were they circling around Glendale a half hour before the crash like they were taking part in an air show to catch public attention? Why were they flying in fog that grounded the LAPD with a special exception? Do you really think the guy in this CNN interview is being genuine? I do not understand how you fail to see what we are seeing here. Best of luck to you.

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          3. Well, it is not that I support the media narrative. The way I see it is that the MSM has no other choice than to tell it like it is in this case… which in turn, coincides with what I am finding along the way. In this case’s search, I have visited more than a dozen of websites and none of them is CNN, BTW. I, for sure do not trust the Cable News Network and neither should you. I do not fail to see what you see. That is enough for you to get to your conclusion but not for me. Furthermore, you have some of those questions expressed before bc you have not digged deep enough, the answers are online, you have done perhaps a sloppy work, or taken it easy… it can well be bc this topic does not interest you and that is OK. Again, no need for drama. We will revisit the topic in the future.

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          4. You keep alluding to this idea that you have done superior research to me, but then you do not really do anything to support yourself except try to subtly insinuate that my research is sloppy and yours is better. A shameful tactic, I just want you to know.

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          5. Fauxlex: It’s not an idea, it is a fact. I have visited more than a dozen of websites, read report, watched videos, attended press conferences, etc. I have not said my research is superior, you said that. Better, I would put it this way (being super condescending here): I have outworked you. Nothing to be ashamed of, I am not competing with anyone either. I showed you have those questions because you have not looked into the matter well enough. Besides, I can accept you tell me that you have put in more work than I have. I just responded this last time out of decency. The bulb just went off and perhaps you are just wasting my time. I clearly said that I will wait for more info, I hit a wall over the past days. I also said, I will revisit this topic in the future. I said, the questions you have indicate to me that you have done a sloppy research maybe (giving you the benefit of the doubt) due to lack of interest in the matter. So, no, no shame in calling that sloppy, it is just my opinion. That is all. I also said no drama. No animosity here. Now you go back and watch CNN.

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          6. You are still just claiming to be superior without having addressed a single one of my questions or said a single thing actually in support of your position. I find you and your tactics to be shameful.

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  22. LR, does that crashed chopper have the #’s N72EX? Kobe’s personal craft is not the one depicted in the videos.

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    1. Motorhead: I guess you are confused (I do hope so). You may be if you are talking about the black helicopter N72EX withe the Sheath on it (one of Kobe’s logo). That is an old picture (April 2016 at least). The helicopter was painted or decorated that way on the day of Kobe’s retirement back in 2016. For the final Lakers’ match. The helicopter in its current form was not black anymore.

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        1. Motorhead: Thought you wanted some help. I am realizing nowadays people call “trollling” to the act of defending one’s opinions/ideas. Such is the world.

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  23. Here we go again, Montana again, Facebook again. Anyone care to take a crack at the numbers? It occurred to me as we discussed this in the comments above that we are dealing with training drills that are treated as real by an extremely gullible media. Or complicit.

    By the way, Hardin, Montana and Glacier County, Montana, are about as far apart as Minneapolis and Detroit, no real geographical connection.

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  24. K. At a glance given information in the pix: Red shirt-red truck. Time: 6:30 6+3=9 Date: Jan 28 1+2+8=9. Vehicle 4 door 2007 4+2+7=13. Or leave the doors out & have 2+7=9 that would line up ‘999’ Make Ford F-150 F the 6th letter 66 1+5=6 ‘666’. Name T is the 20th letter A 1st. ’21’ 2+1= 3 Her last name jumps out. I do not know why.

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    1. Nothing jumps out at me except the high-gloss quality of the photo, not a snapshot but a professional one, possibly manufactured out of thin air, and that again, that they would not use Facebook to look for her other than to find out who her friends were, not to broadcast. Law enforcement is not without resources where they would rely on social media for leads.

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    2. Drat! That date should be ’11’ and not 9. And the tag 9+4=13. Her last name Alexander was familiar because I suggested Jason Alexander was a match for a Sen. from CA. Seems Jason’s real last name is GREENSPAN. Any chance he is related to Alan?

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      1. That kind of thing is more apropos for a Mathis piece … not the facial match, which is absurd would not even be close, but idle speculation on family background based on name without any rigorous checking of genealogy.

        I think it is time to close this comment thread, as it is getting loony. Maarten thought it was loony to begin with, but I adhere to high incidence of the numbers 8, 11 and 33 as signalling devices, nothing more. Gematria is fraught with wide gaps in reasoning that allow pure speculation to take the place of rigorous research. It will continue to be banned here. The occult and other superstitions or magical thought processes lead to meetings late at night with a candle in the center of a group of hooded freaks. There is, at the center of our fake events and fake death culture, oath-bound societies that I cannot penetrate, but I am alone, I think, in not thinking these people to be essentially evil. More likely is failure to recognize that most people are illogical and superstitious, and in need of daily doses of perception management. Have you been to Walmart?

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