This story is about the world’s oldest spider. How on Earth do we know who the oldest spider is? Per the article –
It just so happens to be a spider that’s been monitored since birth. The spider’s name, Number 16, has matching gematria with the year it was born:
The world’s oldest spider is a Giaus Villosus:
16 is one of two numbers to sum to 33 in Reduction, which is fitting, considering the date has double numerology of 33
So why are we getting this news about Number 16, a Trapdoor Spider from the Australian Outback today? The date’s life lesson number is 44.
At 43 years old, the spider was in its 44th year alive, 1974-2018.
The woman quoted in the article is named Leanda Mason.
“Leanda” = 37 (O)
“Spider” = 37 (RR)
Who needs a hoax code when they’re flat-out telling you who’s delivering the propaganda? Well, we get one anyway:
“Barbara York Main” = 227 (Francis Bacon)
“Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry” = 227 (RR)