Last week, I took a break from running numbers and headed out to Weekend 2 of the 2018 Electric Forest music festival. It’s the first music festival I’ve attended since 2013, when I went to the inaugural TomorrowWorld in Georgia.
It’s not a very well-kept secret that music festivals, especially Electric Forest, tend to go hand-in-hand with drugs. This provides for an interesting dynamic – we live in a nation where you can technically go to jail for a long time for possession of a certain quantity of these substances. Entire industries have been built around the drug war, and it has changed countless numbers of lives, most often for the worse, once a person finds themselves behind bars for committing a victim-less crime. Yet every once in a while, this type of activity, while not considered legal, becomes accepted.
Perhaps the most obvious thing addressing this dynamic was the large sign being flown by airplane over the festival on Friday that read “ELECTRICFORESTLAWYERS.COM”. It’s an overt acknowledgment of the drug culture that pervades these events. These “Electric Forest Lawyers” charge at least $10,000 to help those who were pulled over and arrested for drug possession on their way to the festival. Many of the charges in these cases wind up getting dropped due to the fact that the local police don’t always have reasonable suspicion when searching the vehicles.
The way I perceive it, Electric Forest is not just a massive music festival, but also somewhat of a drug confiscation and money extortion operation for those who didn’t abide by the rules of the game and found themselves getting pulled over and searched. Although many charges do get dropped, hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, are still funneled through the state each year for these cases. No doubt, the state police, courts, and lawyers (all Freemasonic institutions) all pull in a decent little profit in the 2 weeks they have people from all over the nation flocking to their location.
I find it hard to believe the selection of the location for this operation is coincidental. Let’s begin with the standard gematria of Electric Forest
The Freemasons consider themselves master builders. The Master Builder number is 22
It’s the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry that’s pulling the strings in Washington, D.C., commanding our federal and local governments.
This 127 is all over the gematria of the town that hosts the event, Rothbury, Michigan
127 is the 31st prime number. The town is located just off of Highway 31
In Jewish gematria, Scottish Rite of Freemasonry sums to 1487. This makes it really interesting that Electric Forest Festival is the title that Wikipedia chose for its article on it…
The event is promoted by Madison House Presents…
…and Insomniac Events