Supertramp’s Breakfast in America – 9/11 Coding
(Piggybacking off of Zach’s post)
In 1979, the band Supertramp released an album called Breakfast in America
On the album cover, a waitress, dressed in orange, striking the same pose as the Statue of Liberty, holds a glass of orange juice that is conveniently placed over the World Trade Center.
World Trade Center construction began 33 years before 9/11, the same year 9-1-1 became the emergency dialing code, the same year 2001: A Space Odyssey was released.
9/11 was the biggest false flag ever perpetrated on the American people
When spelled out, the number 33 has Ordinal gematria of 156, like false flag in the Jewish cipher
The name of the album happens to sum to 156 as well
The 156th prime number is 911
And look more carefully at the letters above the World Trade Center. If you reflect this in a mirror, you find the number 911
Again, 911 is the 156th prime number, and 156 is the Ordinal value of 33 when written out.
The name of this album sums to 330 in the Reverse method:
“Twin Towers” = 330 (Franc Baconis)
9/11 was the ultimate Jesus crucifixion ritual. 33 is the age Jesus was crucified at.
The two towers look like the number 11The 74th Prime number is 373
Specifically, the Towers were in Manhattan
Combining the album name with the band’s name sums to 303 in Ordinal and 123 in Reduction:
Additionally, 123 is found in the basic gematria of both the band and the album:
The album was released on a date with 111 numerology
September 11th is the date that leaves 111 days in the year. Appropriate for a city with 111 ordinal gematria
The date of its release, March 29th, falls 166 days before September 11th:
The album is 46 minutes long
And a reminder – September 11th occurred exactly 13 years after a solar eclipse, and 6 years before another one. 13 is the 6th prime number.
The Hebrew phrase for total eclipse sums to 227, as does The United States of America
September the Eleventh has gematria of 227
…and the 227th prime number
Interesting that the band Supertramp used to go by the name Daddy