John Carroll and the January 23, 1789 establishment date of Georgetown (in Washington D.C.) in light of the Jesuits, the Scottish Rite & Roman Catholicism

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Georgetown was established January 23, or 23/1, like 231, the 21st triangular number.

Georgetown also sums to 42, like Jesuit.

Notice, John Carrol has just turned 54-years-old when he established the Jesuit University, Georgetown.

The name Carroll has gematria of 47, the number in D.C.

Four years later, George Washington would lay the cornerstone for Washington D.C. on September 18, 1793.

9/18/1793 = 9+18+(1+7+9+3) = 47

1789, the year Georgetown was established, was the year George Washington turned 57-years-old, and became the first recognized President of the United States.

2/22/32 = 2+22+32 = 56 *Society of Jesus = 56 *Washington D.C. = 56

Notice how ‘George’ and ‘Georgetown University’ each sum to 105 as well.

George Washington was favored by the Catholics because of his tolerance towards them.

Notice the 74 overlap with Roman Catholicism and George Washington.

Consider Washington D.C.’s government is modeled after the Roman Senate.

And don’t forget how the 187s come together.

Going back to Georgetown’s date of establishment, date numerology pops.

1/23/1789 = 1+23+17+89 = 130 *Washington = 130

1/23/89 = 1+23+89 = 113

The United States of America was named on September 9, 1776, 15-years earlier.

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