Inferno, the film that released on Bill Gates’ 61st birthday, about a billionaire who wants to depopulate the world +Event 201 & coronavirus outbreak

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You can’t make this up.  The film Inferno, which involves a plot about a billionaire who wants to depopulate the world, released on Bill Gates’ 61st birthday.  Keep in mind Bill Gates is a billionaire who wants to depopulate the world.  As for it releasing on Gates 61st birthday, 61 is the 18th prime, and on October 18, 2019, his organization hosted Event 201, simulating a coronavirus outbreak, that kills 65-million worldwide, over the course of 18 months, and in the simulation they compare the outbreak to the Spanish Flu of 1918.  Thus, there is a simulation on the 18th of the month, that projects a viral outbreak of coronavirus over 18 months, that is compared to an outbreak in 1918.  Again, 61 is the 18th prime.

Keep in mind the “real life” coronavirus outbreak is taking place in 2020, the ‘Year of the Rat’, follow the “A Global Pandemic Exercise”, Event 201.

*61, 18th prime *Inferno = 81 / 108

The film is 2:01 in length, not to be confused with Event 201, which simulated the outbreak.

Read more about Event 201 here:

It should also be noted that 2-hours, 1-minute, is 121-minutes, and 121 is coded all over Event 201.  Read more about Event 201, the coronavirus outbreak, and the number 121 here:

The star of the film Inferno is Tom Hanks, who was diagnosed with coronavirus, March 11, 2020, a span of 121-days before his 64th birthday.  Read more about that here:

Then Tom Hanks, days later, wrote an instagram post, showing an image of a corona typewriter, and mentioning that his wife was up on him by 201 points in Gin Rummy.  Read more about that here:

For a couple last points, the film is set in Italy, which is the nation most plagued by coronavirus, according to the news and world governments.  And, the film is fixated on Dante’s Inferno, a story that involves the GATES OF HELL.  Bill Gates?