Sunday, June 29, 2014

33 | Anarchy in the U.K. by the Sex Pistols

This post is dedicated to Dustban Radio at Fakeologist.com, who used the song 'Anarchy in the UK' by the Sex Pistols punk rock band.  After listening to it, I connected a few dots I had been meaning to write about already.  Let us begin by decoding the word 'anarchy', a word packed with meanig and feeling.
  • Anarchy = 1+5+1+9+3+8+7 = 34
This number is one greater than 33.  Think of that in light of the fact that knowing the word 'order' equates to 33. 
  • Order = 6+9+4+5+9 = 33
Think about the relationship between anarchy and order...
The song by the Sex Pistols, Anarchy in the UK, was recorded October 17, 1976.
  • 10/17/1976 = 1+0+1+7+1+9+7+6 = 32
The song was released November 26, 1976
  • 11/26/1976 = 1+1+2+6+1+9+7+6 = 33
  • The track is 3:31 in length
  • The ranging degrees of Scottish Rite Freemasonry are 31-33
Sid Vicious was the vocalist and bassist for the band.  In the way Tupac's death was built up to in the mainstream press before the actual event.   Let us examine this excerpt from Wikipedia. 
In his first interview, appearing in the Daily Mirror's June 11, 1977 issue, Vicious said "I'll probably die by the time I reach 25. But I'll have lived the way I wanted to."
Notice that 6/11 date.  Also notice the '77 year.  This is the same year as the Son of Sam hoax, which ended on a date with a numerology of "33" and which you can read about here.
  • Sam = 19+1+13 = 33
  • Sid = 19+9+4 = 32
  • 6/11/1977 = 6+1+1+1+9+7+7 = 32
Sid was found dead on February 2, 1979, the thirty-third day of the year, much like Phillip Seymour and "44 bags of heroin on the 4th floor".  That occurred on February 2, 2014.  33.