Saturday, December 3, 2016

33 43 93 144 | The Last Temptation of Homer, December 9, 1993 (Did the 9th ep. of the 5th season of the Simpson's predict the November 29, 2016 Colombia plane crash?)

This is a followup to my last post on the Colombia plane crash of November 29, 2016.

In this update, it turns out the Simpson's might have had a bit of predictive programming for this very same plane crash, as reported.  You be the judge, the clip is here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ah6kj5odEHo

We'll begin with the episode date, it connects to 'plane crash' and 'Andes'.  Recall, in the post above, I show the parallels between the 1972 plane crash in the Andes, and the recent crash of the Chapecoense, November 29, 2016.  That team was established in 1973, 43-years ago.

The date numerology connects to the word 'temptation', 'plane crash' and more.


12/9/1993 = 12+9+19+93 = 133 (Temptation)
12/9/1993 = 12+9+(1+9+9+3) = 43 (Plane Crash) (Andes) (Massacre)
12/9/1993 = 1+2+9+1+9+9+3 = 34 (Simpsons)
12/9/93 = 12+9+93 = 114


The year '93 also pops out, in light of where the plane just crashed in Medellin, Colombia.  '93' is the number for Saturn, the keeper of 'time'.




The name of the episode also connects to death.  Again, be sure to watch the clip of what is shown in the episode above in regards to this specific plane crash.


The Last Temptation of Homer = 109/118/298


The 'ninth' epsisode of the 'fifth' season also stands out.


Freemason = 42; G = 42


Notice it was also episdoe number '90'.  Only numbers '16' and '90' have gematria of '33'.  Here we are in 2016, emphasis on '16.


'33' is the false flag number.



2 comments:

  1. Careful, all the Christian shills are scooping this one up. Not to say it isn't legit, but the Simpsons are about to become a Pizzagate type mislead too. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if a Church of Groening sprouted up and everyone worshipped 4 finger yellow people for a couple hundred years.

    Gather round, brothers and sisters, for tonight we once again kneel in reverence before the Fox Box and wait for the prophetic words of our animated Apoloyon!!!

    Now, do the Bartman and Peace be with you

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  2. The Simpsons riff off history just like the media does so it's easy to look at them as predicting shit. All they r doing is repeating the same stories over and over again just changing the details - names, places, groups, etc..

    Nothing new under the sun and all that

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