Maximillian Hell, the Jesuit astronomer who documented the transit of Venus, and his April 14, 1792 death, at age 71

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Maximillian Hell is the Jesuit priest who is credited with documenting the transit of Venus, the light-bringer, also known as Lucifer.  Hell?  Lucifer?  *Lucifer = 74 *Jesus = 74

Notice Maximilian died on April 14, or 14/4, like 144.  Jesuit Order sums to 144, as well as 54, and ‘Venus’ sums to 54 too.

He was also known as Hell Miksa.

Hell died at age 71, fittingly.  Both ‘Hell’ and ‘Catholic’ equate to 71.

Let us not forget that when you write out ‘seventy-one’, it sums to 144, like ‘Jesuit Order’.

He died a span of 32-days from his 72nd birthday, reminding of the 32 sun rays on the Jesuit logo.

His death was synced with his 72nd birthday.

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