Look at the National Press Club logo in the background. What letters are highlighted? Yes, the ones forming the acronym, NPC.
- NPC = 14+16+3 = 33
The National Press Club was established March 12, 1908. The numerology of this date is curious.
- Month = March = 3
- Day = 12 = 1+2 = 3
- Year = 1908 = 1+9+0+8 = 18 = 1+8 = 9
On March 12, 1908, 32 newspapermen met to form what would become the National Press Club. In 1909 they would open their first headquarters at the corner of 15th St and F Street, above the Rhodes Tavern.
- Rhodes = 9+8+6+4+5+1 = 33 = 3+3 = 6
- Tavern = 2+1+4+5+9+5 = 26
- 15 = 1+5 = 6
- F = 6
- That's a lot of sixes
Eventually they outgrew the building above Rhodes Tavern and moved to the Riggs Building, a block away, on G Street and 15th.
- Riggs = 9+9+7+7+1 = 33
In August of 1925, a permanent building was erected for the National Press Club, which is where it still exists today, in Washington D.C. Regular weekly luncheons for speakers began in 1932 with an appearance by president-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt. Since then the Club has hosted an average of 70 luncheons each year with prominent people. Over the years Nikita Khrushchev, Soong May-ling (Madame Chiang Kai-shek), Golda Meir, Indira Gandhi,Muhammad Ali, Charles de Gaulle, Robert Redford, Boris Yeltsin, Elizabeth Taylor, Nelson Mandela, Yasser Arafat, Dalai Lama, Angelina Jolie and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have all spoken at the club.
The significance of the 32 and 33 numerology within the National Press Club is undeniable looking at its history and dates. It is also par for the course when it comes to the media. Predating the National Press Club is the New York Times which was established September 18, 1958.
- 9/18/1858 = 9+1+8+1+8+5+1 = 33
New York Times isn't the only example, and neither Newsweek, but it is another. Newsweek happened to be established in 1933, at the bottom of the Great Depression.
- Newsweek = 5+5+5+1+5+5+5+2 = 33
- People = 7+5+6+7+3+5 = 33
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