Bernie Madoff, dead at 82, April 14, 2021, in clear Jesuit Order / Illuminati ritual

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Notice Bernard Lawrence Madoff equates to 188, reminding of the US dollar bill denominations.

1+2+5+10+20+50+100 = 188

Bavarian Illuminati = 80 *Ponzi = 80 *Satan = 80

And notice he had a 150 year sentence.

Also, he has died while the country is 244 years old, established July 4, 1776.

And recall the Bavarian Illuminati was established May 1, 1776, the day leaving 244 days in the year.

And of course Adam Weishaupt, the founder, was a member of the Jesuit Order, connecting to how Madoff has died on April 14, or 14/4, like 144.

The 54 connects to Bavaria, where the Illuminati comes from.

And don’t forget the Jesuits serve the Roman Catholic Church, and today is the 104th day of the year.

And it reminds that he pleaded guilty on March 12, 2009, the 71st day of the year.

And it was JUDGE Denny Chim who brought the JUDGEMENT.

Keep in mind the day prior to the death was Denny Chin’s 67th birthday.

He was born in ’54

And remember ‘The Jesuits’ created modern Freemasonry June 24, 1717. 13/4 birthday… *The Jesuits = 134 (Like 13/4)

And pairing perfectly with the Jesuit and Catholic theme, he has died on his 351st day of his age, connecting to the Jesuit motto, “For the greater glory of God.”

351, 26th triangular number
God, = 26, Dollar = 26, Bank = 26


  1. AnthonyCDavison on April 15, 2021 at 3:03 am

    Bernie, Ponzi and Catholic all equate to 35 in full reduction.

    Ponzi also has the 19, going with the 67 year old judge.

    The world’s most infamous “Ponzi Schemer” dead at the height of the Coronavirus Pandemic:

    Ponzi Schemer=151/70/56

    As we know:

    The Great Reset=151

    And I couldn’t help noticing:

    Ponzi Scheme=61/47
    The Great Reset=61/74

    Also, the Primark owner who died did so just as “Primark” was tending on UK social media – this is because all “non-essential” shops have been shut in the UK since January and Primark is the store of choice for people on low incomes. It was anticipated that their outlets would be over-run by enthusiastic shoppers on the first day they had been able to open in 3 months (12th April).

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