Astroworld Staff Told to Refer to Bodies as “Smurfs”
I can certainly understand why event security would want to use a code word for dead bodies over the radio. You don’t want to necessarily alarm other attendees who are having a good time at the festival.
It’s not unheard of, and is unfortunately quite normal, to hear of a death occurring at a music festival. Does it happen really frequent enough to justify code words being devised? Perhaps. But does it not seem strange that they would choose the word “Smurfs” – universally recognized as blue – when those who were killed turned blue from suffocation?
The most recent Smurfs movie, called The Lost Village, was released on 4/7. The 47th Prime number is 211.
The release fell exactly 239 weeks before the Astroworld Festival began:
The Travis Scott show was 29 months, 3 days before the next Total Eclipse over Texas. The 293rd Prime number is 1913.
My original post on the Astroworld crowd crush discussed how it was a numerical recreation of the 1913 Italian Hall Disaster. That crush was memorialized in this song by Woody Guthrie, who was named after the President in 1913, Woodrow Wilson.
The 1913 Massacre, which resulted in the deaths of more than 70 people, occurred on December 24th. Peyo, the creator of the Smurfs, died on December 24th:
New Smurfs Cartoon
To add to this “coincidence”, a new Smurfs cartoon was created in its native Belgium this year. The new TV series called Les Schtroumpfs first aired on April 18th, or 18/4.
April 18th is the date leaving 257 days in the year:
It was a span of 202 days before the Houston Astroworld tragedy:
666 Code / Original Cartoon
My first post also discusses the importance of the number 666 to the ritual. Travis Scott was born on April 30th, which is the founding date of the Church of Satan:
The Church of Satan was founded in ’66.
The Church of Satan turned 666 months, 6 days old on the first day of the festival, while Travis Scott was 366 months, 6 days old:
It was even 20,666 days after the Astrodome opened. Travis’s real name has gematria of 1666 and 3999.
The Smurfs were first introduced to television audiences via the nine-season cartoon that ran throughout the 80’s.
The cartoon debuted 14,666 days before 11/6, when we woke up to news of this ordeal. Its final episode aired 11661 days before the festival began: