Driving during the Mason hour

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Act local,  think global,  or whatever the UN slogan is.

With that in mind,  I concentrate on local suspicious stories as they affect me the most.

For the second time in a week,  we have a collision around the same place at the same time.  What time you ask?  In the dead of night,  oh,  around 3:30pm. Seems to be a bad time to be on the road,  unless of course you’re in the largest organized group of ,  such as the police service.

HOV lanes are usurping our already congested road networks lanes for the Pan Am games. The won’t be controversial until our traffic grinds to a halt.  This story was to remind people that lanes were being repainted, as the tape recently applied almost immediately came off.

I can’t find any record online, but the radio reported that a yo was arrested. Also interesting is that this is in Toronto’s 22 police division,  which is located at 3699 Bloor.

Police say that just after 3:30 a.m., an Acura struck the rear of a blocker truck. The blocker truck, a safety vehicle for those working on HOV lane maintenance, was on

the highway working on lane markings, according to Const. Clint Stibbe of traffic services.

m.thestar.com/#/article/news/g…

I’m not trying to outdo Zach, but the occult numerology in these likely fake stories in simply undeniable.

As an aside,  I called a woman named Karen, a British import that the Ontario government hired as an HOV SME (subject matter expert) to ascertain the legality of these temporary lanes. While I didn’t really get a satisfying answer as to whether these temporary lanes were even legal under their laws, she did mention there were only 22 public submissions when hearings were held over the lanes.

How droll.

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3 thoughts on “Driving during the Mason hour

  1. Hoi Polloi

    I also think they do this to real stories, though.

    They take a real event that happened and tag it like a graffiti artist with the numbers, pushing them this way or that way to force them to be “magic” even when they clearly do not have to be, or they started more natural.

    I think K is right that there is only a loose code and only for those stories where it is possible to ask questions about random units until a target number for that unit is acquired for the story. For example, if you wanted “44” you could ask about years, months, days, feet, inches, degrees, etc. etc. until you find a unit buried in the story that would otherwise be useless but which, for the purposes of numbering or “tagging” is reported. The reason I don’t think there is much more of a code than that is because if by (very likely) coincidence the age of death, the number of children, the seconds that passed, the blah blah blah or whatever is actually a number like 9, 11, 18, 22, 23, 27, 33, 36, 44, 45, 54, 55, 63, 66, 72, 77, 81, 88, 90, 91, 92, 99 or any other “magic” number (that’s 22 examples of so-called ‘magic’ numbers, just based on “9” and “11” BTW) that means it is more than 1/5th of all numbers between 1 and 100, NOT even including when they force it with fractions and decimals.

    My point is there is a greater than 20% chance that ANY number is a so-called “magic” number to cry about. So all they have to do is ask a handful of questions having to do with numbers and, as a shilly reporter, they will get a so-called “magic” number.

    So, no offense to Zach, but fuck that. The danger of saying “this story is fake because of numbers” is that you are no longer using intelligence to discern fakery. You are just pointing out the fact that stories’ numbers are manipulated. No shit!

    I am much more interested in helping people use and practice their skills at discerning technological deception methods: CGI, augmented reality, simulations, video editing, sound editing, “layman” tools, psychological understandings, hypnosis (I personally think a type of which may be the “numbers” studies) and all this to develop the ability of the average person to sharpen their senses against fakery.

    The numbers dullen our senses. They are used primarily for some reasons we have already guessed. They are used secondarily, I think, to mystify the discovery of true events and muddy the waters on serious investigations so that those who eventually do notice them might say “Aha, numbers! Numbers everywhere!” and stop tracking down the psychos making up fake stories, and their technologies at doing so.

    Yes, it is of course an uphill battle, but it doesn’t actually help people to point out the numbers too often because they even do this for so-called “real” stories.

    Not that we should trust the news at all, but just saying it does ourselves disservice to only see them as labels of fake stories. They push around the numbers. So I think K is right to try to see more in it than gematria or whatever they wish to encode a story with. Sorry and I don’t mean to offend or take away from the most obviously silly numbers. But you can really find them just about anywhere.

    And if not, and you can show that there actually is a statistical increase of “magic” numbers in what we suspect are fake stories as opposed to what we may have reason to believe are real stories, then that would be the most useful study to help us begin to narrow down their meaning, in my opinion. I could be wrong, and I have had to swallow my words before, but that’s how I feel about it now. Please consider this possibility. Thank you.

    1. ab Post author

      Hoi never apologise for your comments. I agree and thank you for your illustration of just how many permutations and combinations of 9 and 11 there are. I still think it’s a quick way to identify psyop hoaxes and then apply the cluesforum checklist of fakery to further expose a deceit. Sadly, we often only have numbers to work with. Some hoaxes are rather underdeveloped, especially those that serve as background noise compared to the big bangs.

  2. khammad

    I am starting to get the feeling that these Maonic-type numbers are a calling card of sorts. Maybe the masons use 33, but the FBI uses 11, and the Mosad uses 7. I don’t know, something like that. And when there are multiple agencies maybe there are multiple numbers?

    This is just an idea that keeps bugging me, that the numbers are a labeling system for who owns the event. This way, people in positions of power know when to back off, and even more important, no one bothers you when it is your event.

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