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This is one of my favorite stories in a while. I’m going to decode it in only the four base ciphers.

This fake news article on a date with 33 numerology is about a toddler from Holladay, Utah.

However, the city is intentionally mis-spelled as Halladay (there is no city named Halladay in America)

This story is nothing but a tribute to the Circle

Including 1000 as a full number, this headline sums to 1500 using the standard alphabetic order:

## Today is October 5th, the date written 10/5

This story is about the Belnap family from Utah

\$1,060?

The mathematics of the circle are solved with Pi, which is the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet. The word Pi begins with the 16th letter of the English alphabet, and sums to 16 in Reduction:

One thousand sixty dollars has Ordinal gematria matching the first three digits of Pi

The University of Utah‘s mascot is the Utes, which has matching gematria with Pi

So who was responsible?

It was Leo who put the money through the Shredder? Is anyone else picking up on a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme here?

The name Leo, which ends with a Circle, has the same gematria.

So his full name is Leo Belnap

CNN gave us a 45-second video for this story:

Both shredder and shred have Ordinal gematria of 81

Use Ziploc bags to mail \$1,060?

Ziploc bags also has matching gematria with Pi and The Circle

They’ll be sending the Ziploc Bags to the US Department of Treasury Mutilated Currency Division, as described by CNN.

### 617 is the 113th Prime number

113 is the mainstream’s favorite number of deception. This article was written by Amanda Jackson

…With help from Chenelle Terry

Bonus:

The couple’s name sums to the first three digits of Pi in Extended:

The shredded money was for University of Utah tickets

1998 is 666 + 666 + 666

In the King James (Masonic) Bible, this number is written out as Six hundred threescore and six

The two-year-old shred Ben & Jackee‘s money…

Again in regards to Leo using a shredder…the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came out exactly 1488 weeks ago

360 degrees in a circle

Alt+227π
22 – 7 = 15 = O
22 ÷ 7 = 3.14