Saturday, June 9, 2018

Some miscellaneous things I noticed about Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Poltergeist, and E.T.

 I noticed something very interesting about The Wrath of Khan. For those of you who have never seen it, at the end of the movie, Spock sacrificed himself to save the crew of the Enterprise. What's interesting is the movie was released on June 4th or 6/4. Internationally, the date would be written 4/6 or 46
Sacrifice=46 
Spock=64 Remember the movie was released on 6/4
Spock=213 in the Jewish cipher. Death=213 in the Satanic cipher.
Also, The Wrath of Khan=67 Blood Sacrifice=67
 If you've never seen the movie, death and sacrifice are major themes throughout. There's even a good mix of mind control in it too. In the movie, Khan uses small creatures to control a couple character's minds.



   Speaking of 213, in the very last scene of Poltergeist, the camera moves down a few doors at the hotel the family goes to. When the camera begins to move away, it stops right at the room numbered 213, the number of death. Remember, Dominique Dunne was the first, who was involved with the Poltergeist movies, to be sacrificed. 
Dominique Dunne=213
  Also, Poltergeist was released the same day as Wrath of Khan, 6/4/82.
Sacrifice=46
 For my work on Dominique Dunne, check out my blog post from March.
https://perturbedandawake.blogspot.com/2018/03/the-death-of-dominique-dunne-by-numbers.html




   E.T. was released on 6/11/82. 611 is 119 flipped upside down. E.T. was said to be a representation of Jesus in the movie. He healed people in the movie. He even resurrected from the dead! HA!
 119 written in date form is 11/9, or 9/11. Many people say 9/11 is Jesus' birthday.
Also Resurrect=116 116 is how 6/11 would be written internationally.


 

2 comments:

  1. Nice work!

    Also on 6/4 this year Dwlight Clark was sacrificed

    His first and last professional games were vs the Vikings

    In those two games the Bikings outscored the 49ers 64-46

    Minnesota hosted the most recent SB

    49ers open this season in Minnesota

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  2. Thanks. Great work! Amazing work you do on your blog also!

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