This story comes out of Peru. Scientists, who have been excavating a site there since 2011. They’ve apparently discovered the remains of the largest child and animal sacrifice on record, with over 140 children and 200 young llamas.
Funny this news comes out of Trujillo. The date they published this article was the 117th day of the year:
117 is also the gematria of the number 13, one of our primary hoax codes
The cover photo they chose for this article was from May 10th, 2011. The date of publishing is 13 days before the seventh anniversary of that photo, which was taken on the 130th day of the year:
“Trujillo, Peru” = 177 (O)
“Propaganda” = 177 (RO)
The date of this article also falls on a date with 69 numerology
The 69th prime number is 347
The 140 children + 200 llamas isn’t far from 347. Adding those two numbers gives you 340
This date also had multiplicative numerology of 448
I copied and pasted the CNN headline, the full text of the article, and all the photo captions and pasted them all into the Gematrinator.
“Largest child sacrifice in history discovered in Peru – This May 10, 2011, photo provided by National Geographic shows that the face of this child was painted with a red cinnabar-based pigment, at the Huanchaquito-Las Llamas site near Trujillo, Peru. – Scientists have unearthed a dark secret in Peru. The skeletal remains of more than 140 children and 200 baby llamas were found on the country’s northern coast. It may be evidence of the largest child sacrifice in history, according to an exclusive report by National Geographic, released Thursday on its website. The remains of a man and two women were also found. The sacrifices are believed to have taken place 550 years ago in the pre-Columbian Chimú Empire, in a sacrificial site formerly known as Huanchaquito-Las Llamas, close to a UNESCO World Heritage site of Chan Chan, in the modern town of Trujillo. – This April 22, 2011, photo provided by National Geographic shows more than a dozen bodies preserved in dry sand for more than 500 years, at the Huanchaquito-Las Llamas site near Trujillo, Peru. – The children ranged in age from 5 to 14, according to the report. The baby llamas were less than 18 months old. – “Skeletal remains of both children and animals show evidence of cuts to the sternum as well as rib dislocations,” the report says. – The children had their faces smeared with a red cinnabar-based pigment, the report says, which took place during the ceremony before their chests were cut open, most likely to remove their hearts. “The sacrificial llamas appear to have met the same fate,” the report states. According to National Geographic, the children were “buried facing west, out to the sea.” The baby llamas were buried facing east, toward the high peaks of the Andes. Based on evidence from layers of dried mud, the report states it’s believed that all the human and animal sacrifices took place at the same time. The three adults found had blunt-force trauma to the head and no grave, leading scientist to believe they, too, were part of the sacrifice. The site where the children and baby llamas were found has been under excavation since 2011, when the site first made headlines after the discovery of 42 children and 76 llamas during an emergency dig.” = 110300 (Jewish)