Wednesday, November 16, 2016

33 42 52 64 85 181 | Shooting of Michael Winchester at Oklahoma City Airport, November 15, 2016


Here is yesterday's decode before they released the names of the victim and shooter:
http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/11/35-42-62-97-133-235-will-rogers-airport.html


They're saying the victim worked for 'Southwest' and was a former member of the Oklahoma 'Sooners'.

Oklahoma City = 133

The name of the man was also 'Michael'.


Better yet, his last name was 'Winchester', like the model of a rifle.

http://www.winchesterguns.com/products/rifles.html

They're saying Mr. Winchester was '52' years old.  '52', the number of prophecy.  Prophecy = 52





If you combine his first name, with his last name, you get a sum of '85', like National Football League', which his son is a part of, for the Kansas City Chiefs.


Michael Winchester was also part of the 1985 Oklahoma Sooners National Championship team.

That was 31-years ago.


The date of this incident also connects to 'Oklahoma Sooners'.

11/15/16 = 11+15+16 = 42 (Freemason = 42)







This emphasis on 'heart' is no coicidence.


The Super Bowl this year will be on February 5, or 5/2.


There is also a parallel between Oklahoma Sooners and Kansas City Chiefs.


Israel = 64; Zion = 64; Thelema = 64; Synagogue of Satan = 64; Do what thou wilt = 64

The son's name, James Winchester, also connects.


From James Winchester's 27th birthday, August 6, 2016, to the shooting, was 101-days.





http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/15/us/oklahoma-city-airport-shooting/index.html

Any does anyone recall this story from January 14, 2015, about the 132-year old 'Winchester' Rifle found?

http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2015/01/84-93-132-year-old-winchester-rifle.html

10 comments:

  1. What's up with the German flag in that heart? The colors, anyway. Remember that if they have an attack soon.

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    1. The bottom part is actually blue, it does look black in the photo though.

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  2. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winchester_Model_52

    Full production of the gun was commissioned on 9/11/1919

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    1. It was never used as a military weapon but designed as a SPORTING gun for Target Shooting. Get it? Winchester 52 is for playing games.

      And that tweet

      Please know that we love you=313=31+13=44

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    2. 9+1+1+1+9+1+9=31(like how long ago he played for Oklahoma)

      9+11+19+19=58

      9+11+19=39(3 months 9 days after the Sons 8/6 bday)

      9+11+1919=1939=19+39=58 again

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  3. Referencing the 1950 movie "Winchester '73"? Remade as a TV movie in 1967.
    About the "Life Of A Gun" -- as it travels through various hands ... highly sought as The Perfect Gun ... because it is One of One Thousand.

    What about the "Crazy" Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, CA ... where you can "Tour 110 Rooms" ...
    Helen Mirren is supposed to star as Sarah Winchester in an upcoming "supernatural" movie about the house -- titled "Winchester" ... (early Product Placement?)

    Michael Winchester = Mike Winchester = MY Winchester! Lol

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    1. That Win Chester Mystery House sounds cool. It reminds me of an SNL sketch that was actually funny. It's called Haunted Elevator or something like that and Tom Hanks was in it.
      The first time I watched it I just laughed but it really stayed with me and made me think about the deeper layers under the jokes.
      Basically it starts with a couple getting on a ride 100 floors of Frights. The first and second floors featured common scary horror movie tropes, but the third floor just had Tom Hanks in a orange suit with 2 dancing skeletons singing "I'm David Pumpkins, Any questions?" The door closes and the couple are like yeah who thr hell is David Pumpkins why is he supposed to be scary? Why is he here? What does this mean? Then they spend the rest of skit trying to figure it out.
      Just like we r doing on this ride we call America.

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  4. One of the characters summed it up pretty well. "The scariest thing to the mind is the unknown."

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  5. Police said the suspected shooter, identified as Lloyd Dean Buie, was a former employee of Southwest Airlines who resigned from his post in April 2015. Police said Winchester was not his immediate supervisor.

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  6. Found an update on the shooters name

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