The Revelation, submitted by Jason. I'm sure you remember how almost the instant that second plane hit the World Trade Center you had news casters saying "it's ironic that the date is 9/11 and 911 is getting a lot of calls" or something equally inane. Well, take that idea and stretch it out across a drum head about the size of the grand canyon, then beat it with a drumstick made out of distilled insanity. The Revelation is a site that details every and I mean EVERY possible numeric derivation of events, locations, and people in the news and even vaguely connected to the WTC attacks.
The numbers 3, 7, 9, 11, 13, 33 , 39 have special meaning to the ELITE Freemasons. Remember, The Brotherhood of the Serpent was founded clear back in ancient Sumeria and the one who founded it was overthrown by those who were evil. With evil now in control it took this Brotherhood of the Serpent (Big Brother) and made several spin-offs of it. The Bilderberg Group is one, it has 39 members in its core who are broken into 3 groups of 13. And the 39 answers to the 13 who make up the Policy Committee. The 13 who make up the Policy Committee answer to the Round Table of Nine.
When you begin reading this site you can almost follow what the hell it is they're talking about, even though it's obviously batshit insane. However, after about three paragraphs you start to get a headache and your eyes begin to vibrate and I blame the Freemasons. The Freemasons and Time-Warner.
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