On Thursday of last week, I received notice of a copyright claim against an image from this post from May 23rd. I had not updated my e-mail address with the web hosting service, so it was sent to my old Yahoo Mail account, which I almost never check.
The image in question (which I can still see on the post, despite the raw file having been removed) is from mourners of a school shooting in Pakistan. One of the parents is holding the same image of a child that was used for Noah Pozner, an alleged victim of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting here in America.
The image itself is not necessarily good evidence that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax – it’s weird, but it’s a relatively small detail in the grand scheme. For all we know, the women holding the photo could have just been making a point about how kids all over the world are dying in school shootings.
Throughout the process of getting my site restored, I found out I was poorly-educated on copyright laws in regards to Blogging. This site explains that no copyrighted image can be used in a private Blog. Since I never had any intent of making money or profiting off my Blog (which I don’t), it never occurred to me to research any of the laws regarding fair use when I was simply criticizing and offering my opinion on mainstream news stories. As a result, I inadvertently left myself open to this type of claim.
So, was it within the site’s legal right to deactivate my website? Technically, yes. Of course, it’s the timing of this action that raises eyebrows.
On January 12th, the families of children who allegedly died in the Sandy Hook shootings won a lawsuit against Alex Jones, a counterintelligence / disinformation agent, giving them access to InfoWars’ financial documents. At one point, Alex Jones had claimed the Sandy Hook shootings could have been staged by the federal government. Despite not offering a shred of evidence or any reason at all, he has since changed his stance and now says the shootings were real. Ok, Alex.
With that story in the news, somebody spent some time scouring the web for material countering the official narrative about the shooting and came across my website. Very few people on the Internet are exposing the type of thing I am, so it’s no surprise I was in the crosshairs.
Naturally, all of this went down by the numbers. Allow me to explain.
The date my website was taken down was January 12th, written 12/1 internationally.
Here in America, the date is written 1/12
The shooter, Adam Lanza, whose existence in the first place remains a question to researchers to this day, would have celebrated his birthday on the 112th day of the year:
The autopsy even told us he weighed 112 pounds:
Gematrinator.com being taken down this weekend was the second time I’ve faced heavy censorship. The first was in February of 2018, when my first YouTube channel was deleted on the 22nd. That date is written globally as 2/22
The website was taken down 222 days after my birthday:
It was also exactly 2220 days after the Sandy Hook capstone event:
“Order out of chaos” comes from the Latin phrase “Ordo ab chao”
Alex Jones was 16,406 days old on the same date my website was taken down.
Notice the 33 in the middle of the emblem. I’m currently 33 years old.
I don’t want to get carried away here, but it’s interesting my site was down for 3 days, in light of how much of my work is centered around Jesus and the eclipse code. Jesus rose from the dead at age 33 on the 3rd day after the crucifixion. Granted, had I been more available this weekend, it’s possible the site could have been restored more quickly.
Today, the date the site came back online, is January 15th, written 15/1 internationally.
Again, I stress the fact that my site could have been restored more quickly had I responded to an e-mail from Sunday earlier. So this “Jesus” numerology is likely a “coincidence” – as in, it was not planned by Kabbalists in the Illuminati or anything. I am of the firm belief that we are all just playing our roles in a larger awakening that is playing out through each and every one of us by the numbers.