This is the second post on the topic of the 2013 movie Oblivion
and potential Super Bowl 48 false flag foreshadowing. To read the first post with other related information, please click here
. The movie Oblivion
was released one year after The Dark Knight Rises
, another film hinting at NFL stadium terror. That is the common thread between these two films- NFL terror
. If you have not seen Oblivion
, it is about a post-apocalyptic world that was destroyed in the year 2017. The movie is set sixty years after the fact, in 2077. In the film Tom Cruise's character "Jack" visits what was once MetLife Stadium, the "home of the last Super Bowl", to fix a downed drone ship, #166 (More on 166 in a moment!)
. Tom Cruise plays the part of a human drone, who has the job of fixing drone ships in need of repair on a desolate earth. The drone ships from this movie are three in number and are as posted above; they have the identification numbers 171, 166 and 180 respectively. If we sum those numbers, we get:
Tom Cruise is also assigned a number in this film, his number is 49. If we add 49 to 517, we get:
There is something very interesting about this number 566, let us examine further. The film The Dark Knight Rises first debuted in New York City, on July 16, 2012. Using our trusty calculator, if we add 566 days from July 16, 2012, we get the date February 2, 2014, the date of Super Bowl 48. If you haven't seen the latest Batman film either, it shows Heinz Field, which is supposed to be in Gotham, explode along with much of the city. As the stadium is exploding, the number 322 is shown for a section number. 322 of course, is the number for the infamous secret society Skull and Bones. Taking what we know from these two films, is it reasonable to suspect that something is up with tomorrow's Super Bowl?
Let us examine further, this time looking at the number 166, which is the most commonly shown drone ship from the film. This year's Super Bowl is expected to have 166 million viewers, same as last year's viewership. Let us quickly examine the numerology of both 517 and 49.
Whether you're a Christian or not, you should keep Bible passages in mind, especially from Revelation, because the powers that be like to use the Bible and its respective numerology in their works of madness. With that said, let us read the passage Revelation 13:13, as extracted from the numerology hidden within Oblivion.
- 517 = 5+1+7 = 13
- 49 = 4+9 = 13
- Revelation 13:13 (KJV) And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men,
This year's Super Bowl features a matchup between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks in a Super Bowl full of firsts. Revelation, from the Bible, also has something to say about pale horses.
- Revelation 6:8 (KJV) And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.
From 13 and 13 above, please notice that those numbers also sum to 4 and 4 (1+3 = 4).
While this is Super Bowl 48, it is also the 44th Championship Game of the modern era, which began in 1970, when the NFL and AFL merged schedules. The first Super Bowl was played in '66, but it wasn't until four years later that the NFL and AFL began playing each other head to head. 44 of course, is associated with assassination and destruction, as is the number 33; and this Super Bowl will be the first to be played on February 2, the 33rd day of the year. To close, let us examine the numerology of the movie title Oblivion
- Oblivion = 6+2+3+9+4+9+6+5 = 44
For a more in depth read on all the strange numerology surrounding this year's Super Bowl, and how the 1977 movie Black Sunday
factors in, please read more here
. If you're reading this and still planning to go to the Super Bowl, you should know that the "Ultimate Tailgate Party" will be located at Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway, NY, NY
. You might get caught dead there.
To see what the September 11, 2005 episode of the Simpson's has to say about this year's Super Bowl matchup, please click here
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