Monday, January 27, 2020

Where The Pumpkins Fell ~ Kobe Bryant 8/24's Copter Down

By the numbers...on Twitter...

Late on January 25, 2020, John E. L. Tenney (@JohnELTenney) read this Josh Lederman (@JoshNBCNews) tweet:

"NEW from Parnas tape obtained by @NBCNews: Parnas and Fruman appear to compare Trump to the messiah, using a Jewish mystical practice known as Gematria to show the numerical value of Trump's name and the messiah are the same: 424"

To which Tenney responded at 8:48 p.m. Eastern, same evening: "Here come the numbers."

Then Adam Gorightly (@AdamGorightly), at 8:50 p.m., same night, wrote: "Oh Christ, don't let Loren see this!"

John wrote back, jokingly, at 8:51 p.m.: "I'll do everything I can to make sure @CryptoLoren doesn't see this...oops."

I didn't see this until much later overnight, and wrote back to Adam and John, at 1:30 a.m., first quoting a phrase from Adam:

"'Oh Christ." How appropriate for this discussion! ~"

And I posted this graphic from a previous tweet from Alex Fulton (@Crypto-Kubrology):

Then the discussion de-evolved because, as Adam noted, a newbie who said he had "discovered" the "33rd anomaly" joined the exchange.

Adam made some points about James Shelby Downard. At 1:51 a.m., Adam wrote: "I am currently in the process of publishing Downard's last writing effort, provided to me by Bill Grimstad. Downard is the author of the King Kill 33 theory and championed the theory...cited re: Jornada del Muerto. I authored a biography of Downard."

I pointed out my 2008 critique of Gorightly's biography, for reference.

Tim Binnall (@binnall) joked, saying, at 1:55 a.m., "you mean there is some kind of numerological significance to the number 33?!"

Tim also posted a challenge to Alex Fulton and Loren Coleman (me) at 2:23 a.m., January 26, 2020: "Today (1/26) is my birthday, so I expect a full Cryptokubrological reading from you fine gentlemen at some point in the next 24 hours. Thank you and happy birthday to me."

Finally, it was getting too late for me. So at 2:17 a.m., I tweeted: "This has been fun, but it is almost 2:37 am on the East Coast, and all Forteans turn into pumpkins."

On Tim's Facebook site, early in the day, I shared: "On Tim's exact birthday, January 26, 1979, Nelson Rockefeller died. If you don't know how and why that happened, look it up."

Then at 3:08 p.m., January 26, 2020, Alex Fulton tweeted: "Rockefeller 41st VP died on Tim's day of birth, and on Tim's 41st birthday, Kobe Bryant has died."

To which at 3:16 pm, I tweeted: "And Bryant was 41. His number 24 (42 reversed)."

Later in the day. I tweeted to Tim and Alex: 
"Tim ~ It has turned into a major day. Cryptokubrologically. And we were geared up for analysis due to your heads up. 41st birthday for you. Death date for Rockefeller the 41st VP. Death of Kobe Bryant at 41. 8. 24. "

The news was all over the news channels and online sites. Kobe Bryant had died in a helicopter crash, along with, as first reported, five. That number was updated later.

Kobe Bryant’s large, powerful, personal (N72EX) Sikorsky S-76 is the same kind of helicopter, slightly modified, which the U.S. Army employs as the UH-60 Black Hawk.

Calabasas, California news conference on NINE deceased victims in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash being held at exactly 2:37 pm Pacific time.

Kobe Bryant's earliest NBA jersey number was 8. 2x4 = 8.

Kobe Bryant’s Sikorsky S-76B, built in 1991, left John Wayne Airport 9:06 am, 1.26.2020. It then passed over Boyle Heights, near Dodger Stadium. It crashed before 10 am, near Las Virgenes Rd and Willow Glen St in Calabasas, California. The first 911 call was recorded at 9:47 a.m., Pacific Time.

Calabasas =
It is generally accepted that the name of Calabasas is derived from the Spanish calabaza meaning "pumpkin," "squash," or "gourd." Some historians hold the theory that Calabasas is derived from the Chumash word calahoosa, which is said to mean "where the wild geese fly." Owing to vast presence of wild squash plants in the area, the squash theory is more prevalent among local residents. At the top of the Calabasas grade, which is east of Las Virgenes Road, legend has it that in 1824, a Basque rancher from Oxnard spilled a wagonload of pumpkins on the road en route to Los Angeles. The following spring, hundreds of pumpkin seeds sprouted alongside the road. The area was named Las Calabasas—the place where the pumpkins fell.
In honor of its namesake, the City of Calabasas and the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce hold an annual Pumpkin Festival in October, including carnival games, exhibits, demonstrations, and live entertainment. The festival has evolved from a small-town fair to a significant annual event. Though the current Pumpkin Festival is held at Juan Bautista de Anza Park in Calabasas, the original festival was believed to have taken place where the traveling wagon carrying pumpkins overturned and started the area's first pumpkin patch.
The city's official logo, depicting a red-tailed hawk flying over the Santa Monica Mountains. Source.

Where the pumpkins fell. Calabasas, Cucurbita pepo.

Kobe Bean Bryant (August 23, 1978 – January 26, 2020)

His parents named him after the famous beef of Kobe, Japan, which they saw on a restaurant menu. His middle name, Bean, was derived from his father's nickname "Jellybean." Bryant was raised Catholic.

By his name we shall know him...The Japanese name Kobe comes from a city in Japan notable for the origin of Kobe beef. Kobe is also said to consist of two kanji Ko (meaning "god") and Be (meaning "door"), which may also fit since the city of Kobe was built around a shrine, which opened the doors to Japanese gods. 

Bryant is the transferred use of an Old Breton-Irish surname derived from the ancient Celtic male name Brian. The name Brian comes from the Old Celtic word “brĂ­gh” which means 'noble, strong, virtuous. The surname Bryant has been around since the 12th century.


Lakers promotional helicopter,

Kobe Bryant’s death simulated on cartoon Legends of Chamberlain Heights. (11-16-16)


Robwdub said...
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ELFIS said...

@quick17_ wrote:

"Comedy Central cartoon predicts Kobe Bryant death in 2006 espiode"

The Secret Sun said...

Legends of Chamberlain Heights stars a Josiah (killed by the Egyptians at the battle of Megiddo AKA Armageddon) a "Hawk King" and a Pharaoh?


Thedevilsinthedetails said...

Men on unicycle seen before Macs lounge shooting Hartsville SC,the night before Kobe crash. Kobe is number one maker of unicycles.

Thedevilsinthedetails said...

Before the shooting at Macs Lounge in Harsvile men on unicycles were seen. Kobe is the number 1 maker of unicycles. The Macs shooting was the eve of Kobe death.

PDXWiz said...

The other most famous Bryant from the sportsworld was legendary college football coach Paul 'Bear' Bryant. (Kobe's father, Joe aka Jellybean, a former NBA player, has also coached, including the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks (not affiliated with the Lakers), and he played part of his career with the other NBA Los Angeles team, the Clippers, when they were in San Diego.)

Coach Bryant was born on September 11, 1913 (yes, 9-11), and died on January 26, 1983, at age 69. Yes....both Paul Bear Bryant and Kobe Bean Bryant both died on January 26.

Kobe played 20 seasons and died in 2020.

PDXWiz Gordon Long