Were you under the impression that the Devil was just a character in a fantasy story?
As I discussed in my last post on this topic, I believe people are free to be what they want to be. As an adult. Transgender people have been in society for a long time, and many of them lead lives they find to be more fulfilling and comfortable than before their transition. Do I understand it? No, and I struggle to support that type of thing, but I can at least accept it. Particularly if they keep to themselves and don’t act as if something that worked for them is a universal solution.
There are very few things we let children decide on their own, and that’s for a good reason. Children are poor decision makers, particularly when it comes to their future as an adult. Make no mistake about it – a national broadcast telling children they’re free to “change genders,” as if that’s entirely possible, is pure evil. The controllers of society are increasingly desperate to destroy the lives of the poor by keeping them focused on achieving perfect mental health – which also isn’t possible. With all their thoughts focused on how they are perceived and accepted by others, they will never elevate their consciousness to the point where they discover that true power lies within themselves.
Fortunately, it really does seem like the majority of people are pushing back against this type of thing. But that doesn’t change the fact that these awful pieces of shit will destroy lives with this rhetoric.
If you told me 25 years ago that I’d be writing a blog post about Saturday Night Live promoting gender transitions for children, I’d probably first ask what a blog post was. But after that, I would have laughed at you and discounted everything you ever said from that point forward…but here we are. What the hell.
This month, all the trans talk has been about Dylan Mulvaney, who was the focal point of an absolute debacle of a Bud Light ad campaign. The focus is now shifting to even more aggressive dialogue as shown by Kearney’s SNL appearance.
These two Transgender activists are linked in age through gematria.
Dylan Mulvaney was born 1702 days after Molly Kearney and a span of 125 days before its next birthday:
More “33” Coding
The non-binary (read: fat and ugly) person at the center of this controversy is Molly Kearney. They call it a “comedian” although it appears to have no ability to make anyone laugh without a flashing “laugh” sign in front of them.
The episode’s host was Ana de Armas, who is certainly not fat nor ugly. Notice how well her birth numerology aligns with the gematria of Thirty-three:
Molly Kearney‘s handle on Twitter is MEATBRICKMOLLY.
Recall how Mulvaney has Primary birth numerology of 156:
The 33rd Prime number is 137
33 is 11×3
More “48” Coding
Kearney is presented as Non-binary, as if that’s a real fucking thing.
This is the year 2023
223 is the 48th Prime number
48 is a number that seems to be highly-connected to this theme in gematria. Not only does Forty-eight a Supermatch with Homosexual, but the word Gay has double gematria of 48.
Dylan Mulvaney’s first video connected to Bud Light was uploaded on April 1st, or April Fool’s Day, which was a date with double numerology of 48:
This is SNL’s 48th season
This was their 948th episode
Ana de Armas was born 48 months before Kearney, who was 348 days after its birthday for this episode of SNL:
The first-ever Homosexual man to become a Governor in the United States is Jared Polis, who is the 43rd governor of Colorado.
SNL producer Lorne Michaels was a span of 4 months, 30 days after his birthday. He was 43 years old when Ana de Armas was born on April 30th, or 4/30, matching Forty-eight in Primes.
Ana’s full name even has double overlap with Transgender.
MEATBRICKMOLLY was born on the 123rd day of a leap year, which had Standard numerology of 99:
The 99th Prime number is 523
The last name Kearney also syncs up with both Dylan and Bud Light.