Here's the original analysis by Zach Hubbard that got me to thinking about the unusual connections one often finds in the media.
Zach noticed that this story from the Daily Mail, a British tabloid had some funny things going on with the numbers. I agree. It just seems a little funny that a British tab would publish a story that under normal circumstances should have been a local or regional one. However, when you're dropping Masonic markers all over the place the importance of the story itself is secondary.
As Zach pointed out, the "33 hours" figure jumps out right away. Thirty-three, of course, is the number of degrees in Freemasonry. It's the highest, and therefore the most important one. Why would someone actually count up the hours to thirty-three and make that part of the story. when a phrase something like the "the next day" would be sufficient?
It's all very curious and leads us to what I believe is another allusion to be drawn here. Ohio...Four dead...Four dead in Ohio...Remember the song? On May 4, 1970 the Kent State Massacre rocked the nation. That's when National Guard troops opened fire on student protesters and killed four young people.
Neil Young is credited with writing the song "Ohio" in defiance to Nixon and his administration's brutality in handling the Vietnam War.
At the time, he was part of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. The band recorded the song, and it was released as a single. Stephen Still's song "The Cost of Freedom," became the B-side.
The iconic line "four dead in Ohio" is repeated over and over again throughout the song. It's very moving and powerful. The strident frustration and anger of the era is captured perfectly in it's refrain.
Once you've heard the song a few times, it's pretty well ingrained into your psyche. Rolling Stone has dubbed "Ohio" as the 395th Greatest Song of All Time.
Wikipedia admits that the song's first line "The soldiers and Nixon coming" is not accurate. It was the governor of Ohio who dispatched the National Guard and that the troops were not federalized.
In any case, here we go with what I found by using gematria.
"Four Dead in Ohio" in the English Ordinal system equals 144 (6+15+21+18+0+4+5+1+4+0+9+14+0+15+8+9+15)
"Four Dead in Ohio" in the English Gematria system equals 666 (6+60+300+90+0+4+5+1+4+0+9+50+0+60+8+9+60)
144, 666 are numbers that are indelibly linked with the book of Revelations
"Four Dead In Ohio" in Jewish Gematria equals: 516
"Holy Bible" and "Final Antichrist" both equal 516 in Jewish Gematria
"Kent State Shootings" in Jewish Gematria equals: 895
"Thirty-Three" in Jewish Gematria equals: 895
"Judas" equals 895 in Jewish Gematria
The fact that it was placed at 395 in Rolling Stone's Greatest Songs of All Time list is interesting.
The number 395 pops up in the Jewish Gematria of the very first verse of the Bible. It refers to the original Hebrew text of "the heaven," where it reads "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." The themes of moral urgency, sacrifice and atonement certainly go with the idea of heaven and immortality intimated in this biblical connection.
If you go to the link above, you'll see the gematria of 911 refers to the Strong's Bible data for the phrase "In the beginning."
Another thing I noticed about the news story posted by the Daily Mail is the time stamp line.
Published 13:11 EST 13 February 2016.
2/13/2016 2+13+20+16 = 51.
51 is the number of conspiracy as...
Conspiracy in the English Reduction system = 51 (3+6+5+1+7+9+9+1+3+7)
For a more detailed explanation of 51 look at my other article for today, here.
The number sequence 31113 is a reflection. 311 is infamous as being code for KKK since K is the 11th letter of the alphabet.
11 X 3 = 33
11/13/2015 = Paris attacks
There are just so many coincidences! How bout that!
I'm still new to looking at the news, pop culture, current events and history through the lens of gematria, so forgive me if I've leaving out anything.
If you want to know more about it, check out Zach Hubbard's YouTube channel here to find out more about gematria and how its use plays out in the world.