20,000 Bees on a Pregnant Woman

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Ohio mom-to-be covers baby bump with 20,000 bees for photo shoot

I came across this story after discovering that there are 20,000 days between JFKs last birthday and March 1st, 2018.  This date is significant as it will be the first day of Trump’s 888th lunar month.

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The symbol of cancer is 69 and is often depicted as the keystone of the royal masonic arch.

“Donald J. Trump” = 888 sumerian

Saturn is said to be 888 million miles from the sun.

So, Why would anyone much less a heavily pregnant woman want to take a picture with 20,000 bees?

Simply put, it’s another tribute to astrology.  On the day this story was released Venus was nestled in the Beehive Star Cluster which lies in the Constellation of Cancer.  (Recall the 69)

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“Venus in Cancer” = 888 sumerian

Article quote:

“The mom-of-two, who has been a beekeeper for the past five years, explained she wanted to do the photo shoot because honey bees symbolize death and the beginning of new life.”

Death?  Why mention death in this context?  It is peculiar how this story was released on August 31st the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death on 8.31.97

August 31st is the 243rd day of the year. The planet Venus has a rotational period equivalent to to 243 earth days.

Beginning of new life? Yes, because  Ancient Greeks and Romans saw the Beehive Cluster as a Manger.

Here we are on this day of September 20th, 3 days from Jupiter leaving the metaphorical womb of Virgo.  This story was released 44 days before 9/23.  “Manger” = 193 English gematria.  193 is the 44th prime.  This number is often associated with killing but, if you examine Hebrew gematria, you find it closely associated to family.  The Hebrew word for blood sums to 44 in hebrew gematria.  Blood is life.  Your family is your blood.

 

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