Monday, August 29, 2016

27 33 38 46 52 66 234 | Juan Gabriel dead, August 28, 2016, at age 66, 33-weeks and 3-days after his birthday


http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/28/entertainment/latin-american-music-icon-juan-gabriel-dead/index.html


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Gabriel

June Gabriel's death comes 234-days after his 66th birthday, or 33-weeks and 3-days.


Revelation, the 66th Book.
234+432 = 666 (666, number of Revelation, number of prophecy)

If you count the full span of days, it is 235, the first three prime numbers, numbers we have connected to deaths of the past as well, such as Bill Clinton's father.

Let us now decode his name, birthday, and date of death.

Juan = 1+3+1+5 = 10
Gabriel = 7+1+2+9+9+5+3 = 36
Juan Gabriel = 46 (Sacrifice = 46) (Psalm 46 in 1611 KJV leaves 666-chapters)

Juan = 10+21+1+14 = 46
Gabriel = 7+1+2+18+9+5+12 = 54
Juan Gabriel = 100 (Over 100 million records sold?)

He was born Alberto Aguilera Valadez.

Alberto = 1+3+2+5+9+2+6 = 28
Aguilera = 1+7+3+9+3+5+9+1 = 38
Valadez = 4+1+3+1+4+5+8 = 26
Alberto Aguilera Valadez = 92

Alberto = 1+12+2+5+18+20+15 = 73
Aguilera = 1+7+21+9+12+5+18+1 = 74
Valadez = 22+1+12+1+4+5+26 = 71
Alberto Aguilera Valadez = 218

1/7/1950 = 1+7+19+50 = 77
1/7/1950 = 1+7+1+9+5+0 = 23
1/7/50 = 1+7+50 = 58 (Freemasonry)

8/28/2016 = 8+28+20+16 = 72
8/28/2016 = 8+28+(2+0+1+6) = 45 (Holy Bible)
8/28/2016 = 8+2+8+2+0+1+6 = 27
8/28/16 = 8+28+16 = 52 (Prophecy)

I've honestly never heard of this man before, so it is hard for me to say much else about him.  His death coming '33' weeks after his birthday might have been a tribute to 'Mexico'.

Mexico = 4+5+6+9+3+6 = 33
Mexican = 4+5+6+9+3+1+5 = 33

If you want my advice, don't take any funny business trips to 'Santa Monica', where he passed.


And last, reminding of David Bowie's death earlier this year after the release of his album Dark Star, Juan Gabriel has died 16-days after releasing his final studio album, his thirty-second album to date, or a span of 17-days, something like his 1/7 birthday.


21 comments:

  1. born 1/7. died 17 days after last album release. died at 11:30.

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    1. Awesome catch! Kill = 17; Mason = 17; God = 17

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    2. coming out with a 'new album" called "los duo vol 3". with gematria of 135 and 86. lol.

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    3. began his record career in 71. im tripping my self out.

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  2. Mother says he has been a singer for 30-40 years. huge huge icon in hispanic music. like prince, maybe.

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  3. Another death in my home town. Ha ha, I guess people go there to "die" because of the gematria.

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  4. Another death in my home town. Ha ha, I guess people go there to "die" because of the gematria.

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  5. Juan Gabri-EL

    There's that Tribute to Saturn.

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  6. Another Mexican like Romo out the game.
    Trump immigration agenda.

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  7. Gene wilder dead, 79 days between his bday n today..11 weeks 2 days 211

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  8. Thanks for this post,Zach. If you're not already aware, the Hispanics of this country are so mindnumbingly predisposed to following the mainstream narrative. They question nothing. I've always wondered why. We need more examples like this to show how every race, nationality, religion, and social class has been affected by the elite.

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  9. Earlier, I didn't thank you for posting this, Zach. Otherwise, I might not have known. Juan Gabriel was very well known to Hispanics everywhere...on a par with how the Beatles were for English-speaking music lovers. Literally everyone over a certain age knows his name. (My last husband was Hispanic, that's how I came to know about this singer.)

    I found some interesting stuff in the reports of his passing. A popular YouTube video which announced JG's death is showing 444,004 viewers. A video of his most popular song, Amor Eterno, is showing 38 million viewers. One newspaper interviewed a random fan, who just happened to be age 38. Crazy, huh?

    Strangely, Juan Gabriel is said to have died at his home in Santa Monica. His home? I'm surprised. He lived in Malibu for a number of years...only a few miles away, but with property being much more expensive. If he's not actually deceased, then his motive in doing this might be to get his extensive catalog selling once again & raise some money.

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    1. You mean the Elites are doing this do they can profit after his death!

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  10. Thanks for posting the video Zack. I knew you would post something regarding his death.

    Keep up the good work.

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  11. I seen your last video regarding the Black power in Mexico city. Kaepernick sitting down for the pledge of allegiance. Does Mexico have something to do with a future rigged sport?

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  12. I seen your last video regarding the Black power in Mexico city. Kaepernick sitting down for the pledge of allegiance. Does Mexico have something to do with a future rigged sport?

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  13. Thanks for posting the video Zack. I knew you would post something regarding his death.

    Keep up the good work.

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  14. The NFL wants teams in Mexico, Germany , England and possibly Asia. American football wants a global foot print. College teams and the NFL are investing in these new markets. Tough to compete with Soccer which ties to country(Pride) and politics. Ever wonder why the government is tied to the NFL, with Brady's court cases and concussions and retirement benefits. JerUSAlem wants to portray a game that's clean and transparent. This is a game not corrupted like the IOC, FIFA , boxing ect. Smoke and mirrors

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  15. You sure will get a kick out of the place they will be remembering Juan Gabriel... The "X" ( La equis) http://digie.org/media/391

    This 197-foot-tall monument, called "The X" or "The Equis" stands in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. It was dedicated in May 2013. Internationally known Mexican sculptor Sebastian - whose real name is Enrique Carbajal González - designed the monument. The middle of the two towers will be a viewing area that will allow visitors to look into El Paso and over Juárez.

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