# Google laid off 12,000 employees on January 20, 2023, by email (The Jesuit mockery)

This story is about Google cutting 12,000 jobs on 12 date numerology.
3/20/2023 = 3+2+0+2+0+2+3 = 12

And notice the bad news for employees came on January 20, or 20/1, the 201st day of the nation’s age.

Once again, Google celebrates their birthday on September 27, the day in history that the Jesuits were recognized by Rome, September 27, 1540. Of course, that is the day leaving 95 days in the year, and the Jesuits original purpose was to counter the 95 Theses.

Keep in mind this ritual came exactly 32 weeks after Sundar Pichai’s birthday.

There are 32 sun rays on the Jesuit logo.

And since we are living in the time of the first Jesuit Pope, the first to live in Suite 201 at the Vatican, it is important to note that this mass layoff came 34 days after his birthday.

1. GregRamsey74 on March 20, 2023 at 6:16 pm

This news comes on the 144th day of Bill Gates’ age.
“Jesuit Order” = 144

This also comes 222-days before, or a span of 223-days from Bill Gates’ upcoming birthday.
“Order Out of Chaos” = 222
“The Synagogue of Satan” = 223

This is also a span of 7-months and 9-days from Bill Gate’s upcoming birthday.
“Email” = 79(Francis Baconis)
“The Synagogue of Satan” = 79
“Society of Jesus” = 79

“laid off by email” = 66/258
“The Number of the Beast” = 66/258

“Google lays off thousands” = 95

This comes 166-days after, or a span of 167-days from the death anniversary of Steve Jobs.
“Twelve Thousand Google Employees Laid Off” = 166
“Secret Society” = 166
“Twelve Thousand Google Employees Laid Off” = 167

• davidanshus@comcast.net on March 20, 2023 at 7:34 pm

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2. davidanshus@comcast.net on March 20, 2023 at 7:30 pm

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• Joshuatr1015 on March 20, 2023 at 10:02 pm

No it won’t !
It proves you can find one number that connects out of 55 different ways of placing a numerical value to a letter