Friday, November 11, 2016

48 88 223 | Leonard Cohen's song 'First We Take Manhattan' in light of his death, one day before Donald Trump's election

Read about the death of Leonard Cohen here:

This song title seemingly connects to Donald Trump, who was in Manhattan, Hell's Kitchen, the night of his election as President of the United States.

The song was released in February of 1988 on the album 'I'm Your Man'.  Keep in mind, Trump was announced to be the 45th President on the 27-year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, November 9.

And again, the album came out in '88.

February = 42; Freemason = 42; Building = 42; Architect = 42; Knowledge = 42; History = 42

Terrorism?  Psychic terrorism?

Did you get that part about the lyrics?  First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin?

Again, Donald Trump was elected on the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

He was elected the 45th President.

And how about that part

"Ah, you loved me as a loser, but now you're worried that I just might win."

And I'm jotting Father's Day 2017 down, just in case.

That is 223-days after the election.  Masonic = 223; The Synagogue of Satan = 223