Since I haven’t really listened to anything of theirs for a few years, I decided to run their gematria this time. The first thing that stuck out to me was the Jewish value:
Whenever I see a number like this in that cipher, I think of this:
So I thought, how weird would it be if we get a false flag at a Swedish House Mafia show one day? After all, this number has been used in this fashion before:
I began perusing the page, and to my alarm, saw this:
This is unlike anything I’ve ever heard of occurring at an EDM show. There’s some stories of people freaking out on drugs, but nothing quite like this. So could it be possible this was a false flag?
Just look at the details…”one man was stabbed five times as his girlfriend looked on in horror.” Interesting they find it’s necessary to report that detail.
There’s a nice hoax code in the location of the event – Phoenix Park. The P.P. seems to be a fixation of the psychos running the media, as I’ve documented.
But this is a Gematria blog, so let’s get back to the relevant work.
The Phoenix Park incident occurred on July 7th, written globally as 7/7
7/7 is the 189th day of the year, syncing up with the nation it occurred in
It’s also the date leaving 177 days in the year:
The date had reduced and full numerology of 19 & 46
It was said the event “descended into chaos” at Phoenix Park
The 46th prime number is 199, matching the name of the suspect:
The date also had alternate numerology of 26
The inverse of 26 is 62
This number is found in the gematria of both the city name and the name of the attacker in multiple ways:
“Phoenix Park – Dublin, Ireland” = 262 (O)
The suspect’s first name had a couple of matches with the date numerology as well:
“Ray” = 17 (R) | 19 (RR)
The “Don” in the name Donnan is also a hoax code because “Don” = 33 (O)
The 33rd prime number is 137
This attack happened just two months before the release of their song Don’t You Worry Child, one of the biggest EDM hits ever, and easily their most famous song. Measuring from the Phoenix Park incident to the song’s release is 69 days, or 9 weeks, 6 days:
The chorus of the song begins with its signature hook, “Don’t you worry, don’t you worry child” – link