Tuesday, April 26, 2016

41 112 | The November 2, 2008 Simpson's episode where Homer kills Prince

 

In the Simpson's cartoons, Homer is paid off to kill some famous celebrities.  In the cartoon, you see Homer kill George Clooney, Prince and Neil Armstrong (who has been killed in other cartoons as well).  Notice the date the episode debuted, November 2, 2008.  This date stands out largely for two reasons

Prince died on April 21, 2016, the 112th day of the year.  The date November 2, or 11/2, is a lot like 112.  Also, it was a date with '41' numerology, just like the date prince died.

11/2/2008 = 11+2+20+08 = 41
4/21/16 = 4+21+16 = 41




The gematria of the episode is also interesting, 'Treehouse of Horror XIX'.


Notice the number sequence, 124.  That reminds of the date 4/21, written in reverse.

The word 'treehouse' also has gematria of '44', the kill number, reminding of how Prince died on the 44th Parallel North.


I wonder how far away the George Clooney headlines are...


The Simpson's episode debuted 2,727 days before Prince's death.

10 comments:

  1. Homer Freemason" in the English Reduction system equals 74 / 83

    Homer Kills Prince" in the English Reduction system equals 88

    Homer Kills Prince" in the English Ordinal system equals 187

    George Clooney Prince Neil Armstrong" in the English Reduction system equals 178 / 187

    Treehouse of Horror Nineteen" in the English Reduction system equals 144

    Prince Nelson" in the English Ordinal system equals 144

    Chanhassen, Minnesota Springfield, Illinois" in the English Ordinal system equals 420

    (Episode 4 : Season 20)

    Chanhassen, Minnesota Springfield, Illinois" in the English Reduction system equals 186 / 222

    Warburton Anderson" in the English Ordinal system equals 222

    (The Writer and Director)

    Two Twenty Two" in the English Ordinal system equals 223

    Synagogue Sacrifice" in the English Reduction system equals 88

    Synagogue Sacrifice" in the English Ordinal system equals 187

    (Homer Kills Prince= 88 & 187)



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  2. Neil Armstrong died August 25th 2012.

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  3. There's something fishy about Neil Armstrong and Clooney too. Clooney's the star of Money Monster that comes out on the 134th day. Neil Armstrong=165. 11/2 to 4/16(Curry Hurt) is 165 days. Lebron shot 9 of 19 that day against the 76ers. Only other time he did it this year was on 4/24 when Curry got hurt again. Youtube Copyright struck my old video showing me the 165 like crazy. They even did it 165 days after my birthday. I'm trying to figure it out but there is some connection to 165 and the 134.

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    1. actually 11/2 to 4/16 is 166 days Forgot to include leap day in my head, but any other year 165 days.

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  4. When the "American divorcee" WALLIS SIMPSON married the queen's uncle, he was forced to abdicate -- which led to her father taking the throne. She blamed the (Nazi-supportive) couple for "shortening her father's life" -- due to the unexpected stress they'd caused.

    Princess Diana & Dodi Fayed visited the SIMPSON'S VILLA in France ( which had been bought by Dodi's father) earlier on the day of their crash.

    The name "Wallis" reminds me of General CHARLES (like Diana's ex) Cornwallis -- the British military leader who "lost" America to Washington (who was a distant cousin of Diana's on the Spencer side) when he surrendered at YORKTOWN on 10/19/1781. CORNWALLIS was 2ND IN COMMAND -- under HENRY CLINTON.

    The O.J. SIMPSON debacle & Diana's crash were both during the "CLINTON ERA".

    SIMPSON & CLINTON seem to be intertwined in the coded matrix of lies.

    Nice, tidy storylines that relate to a SIM -- P (16) -- SON ... perhaps "Simpson" is code for "simulated" -- ie. Not Real?

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    1. For whatever it's worth, SIM - (P) - SON read right to left is NOS MIS -- an abbreviated form of NOS MISMOS ... FOR OURSELVES ... ;D

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  5. Prince was In super bowl 41, colts vs bears

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  6. Prince was In super bowl 41, colts vs bears

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