Minoru Yamasaki, the man who designed the World Trade Centers, and the many layers to the Pearl Harbor & 9/11 false flags

Celebrity History Jesuit Murder by Numbers Terrorism


Notice, the Japanese-American man who designed the World Trade Centers died on his 68th day of his age.

World Trade Center construction began in ’68
9-1-1 made emergency dialing code in ’68
George W. Bush graduated from Yale & Skull and Bones in ’68
Boeing in Seattle debuted their jumbo jetliner in ’68
-Plus the rest of the list

And notice, the buildings he erected before and after the World Trade Centers were in Seattle, Washington, where the construction firm was from that built the World Trade Centers.
Seattle, Washington = 68
-He was from Seattle, Washington
New Formalism = 68
-His design style

*Pacific Science Center = 170 *Minoru Yamasaki = 170

It goes with the whole Pearl Harbor happening on December 7, and Buildings 1, 2, and 7 falling on 9/11.
-9/11 was called the New Pearl Harbor

It also goes with the joke in the movie Glass, where the terrorist wants to attack the grand opening of the “Osaka Tower” on December 7, a building that looks similar to the World Trade Centers.
Terror = 68

And read more about the Glass joke and the Jesuit Order.
Jesuit Order = 54
-Yamasaki’s first building constructed in ’54

For the other parallel with Pearl Harbor and 9/11, think of “kamikazes” and “suicidal hijackers.”

And for one more point, Yamasaki died at age 73, and the World Trade Centers opened in ’73.

Keep in mind the Jesuit school in Seattle was established in 1891, 110-years before 2001, and the World Trade Centers were 110-stories tall.

It goes with the movie Pearl Harbor releasing a span of 110-days before September 11, 2001.

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