Trump Tulsa Rally @ BOK Center – More JFK Coding
Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa on June 20th will be at the BOK Center.
Groundbreaking for the BOK Center was on the 243rd day of the year. It opened on the 243rd day of a leap year. The United States is currently 243 years old. Tulsa’s mayor is “George Theron Bynum IV” = 243 (Ordinal), and he was born 243 weeks after Oklahoma’s governor.
The BOK Center is named after BOK Financial Corporation, whose majority owner is George Kaiser, who was born in the year ’42.
Trump’s visit marks the first day of his 42nd month as President. Recall, the Beast rules for 42 months in the Book of Revelation.
G.T. Bynum was sworn in as Tulsa’s mayor a span of 47 days before Trump’s inauguration.
Revelation is the 66th book of the Bible.
Trump’s rally falls on a date with Primary numerology of 66:
Tulsa, Oklahoma has matching gematria with sixty-six.
The date falls 20,666 days after the JFK assassination.
BOK Center sums to 93 in the alphabetic order. This is the same value as Saturn.
Trump’s visit falls on a Saturday. My original post about June 20th talks about how Trump, President #45, has been coded with Saturnian numerology since the beginning of his campaign. 45 is the sum of the Magic Square of Saturn.
In Hebrew, Saturn sums to 713.
The date the BOK Center opened was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting featuring two of Tulsa’s biggest musical acts, including Garth Brooks, the best-selling solo artist in U.S. history. Brooks is an Aquarius, which is ruled by Saturn.
Garth Brooks has overlap with Make America Great Again.
Trump and 58 are highly-connected.
Trump is President #45.
Oklahoma was admitted to the Union in 1907.
197 is a significant number to the Metonic cycle, which lasts nineteen years. Every 19 years, 7 of them must contain a thirteenth month.
BOK Financial Corporation was originally called Exchange National Bank of Tulsa. It was founded in 1910.
The name change occurred in 1990. 199 is the 46th Prime number…a little interesting in light of Pence potentially becoming the 46th President. The arena also holds 19,199 people.