Friday, November 28, 2014

41 113 | Scott Stapp 'Penniless' Message

In modern mainstream music we're hearing more and more lyrics that condition American citizens and people of the world to the normalcy of being 'broke' or 'penniless'.  Flipping through the stations, I just heard lyrics boasting about working '6 jobs'.  Honestly, who wants to work six jobs?  What about the other parts of life, outside of work?  This song I am picking on is a rap song, and I know in the nineties when the genre was in its prime, no one was boasting about working six jobs...  Those were the 'roaring nineties', they seem like a century ago already, and I'm only 31.

In this regard, Scott Stamp saying he is 'penniless' in the 'U.S.A.', is quite symbolic.
  • Penniless = 7+5+5+5+9+3+5+1+1 = 41
  • Penniless = 16+5+14+14+9+12+5+19+19 = 113
  • U.S.A. = 21+19+1 = 41
  • U.S.A. = 3.1.1.
    • The reverse of 113...
Scott Stamp also has special name Gematria himself.
  • Scott = 19+3+15+20+20 = 77
  • Stapp = 19+20+1+16+16 = 72
  • Scott Stapp = 77+72 = 149
  • Scott Stapp = 1+3+6+2+2+1+2+1+7+7 = 32
  • Scott Stapp = 10+3+5+2+2+10+2+1+7+7 = 50
  • America = 1+4+5+9+9+3+1 = 32
  • America = 1+13+5+18+9+3+1 = 50


  1. Funny the article was written on the 26th. Creed.. 3+9+5+5+4=(26). 11+2+6+2+0+1+4=(26). When separating the optional eleven to separate one's..1+1+2+6+2+0+1+4=17(mason#); 11+26+14=51(conspiracy#)

  2. Boom, boom, boom. Let me know when you're ready to take over. =)
    Creed also sums to 35, a number hot with 53 right now.
    Something tells me 35 and 53 are 555, and "new".
    ...the "new" is coming...
    Creed = 3+18+5+5+4 = 35

    1. wow, I think you're right on the 35 and 53 being 555. I was wondering about that. I'm definitely far from taking over lol.

    2. 35x33=1155 and 53x33=1749. That's pretty wild.

  3. I equate pennies with Abraham Lincoln since he's on the front, the number 1 for one cent, and copper which has the atomic number 29 and is an orange brown color.

    Also, the phrase "the penny drops" which means "A belated realization of something after a period of confusion or ignorance."

    Broke is the past tense of break which can mean to undergo a change (like break in the weather) or to interrupt (a continuity, sequence, or course).

    Scott Stamp is an alliteration name, the same sound twice makes it memorable. Especially an SS.

    Who or whatever runs this place seems to enjoy symbolism, phonetics, color, and word play like puns, anagrams, and double entendre just as much as they like number play and codes.

    Oh yeah, and Creed sucks, I always hated that band.

  4. Forgot to add that Broke sounds like Baroque when you say it out loud a couple of times (at least in my accent it does) and Baroque sounds/looks/suggests Barack. I like puns and writing bad poetry so I always notice this stuff.

    So the phrase "Broke and penniless" connects Barack Obama and Abe Lincoln (on the penny) together. There is so much symbolism that connects the two that I've been expecting some sort of assassination attempt on him for ages. I was really glad to see your video about that so I'm not the only one.

    1. I like the way you think.
      You know the old phrase,
      "Lincolnless is next to Obamaless."

  5. Those are very good connections I completely overlooked Cassidy, excellent! =)


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