The riddle of Petula Clark’s song ‘Downtown’ playing from the RV speaker before the Nashville explosion of Christmas Day, December 25, 2020

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The song came out in ’64, 56 years before 2020…

Not by chance, this attack came on her 41st day of her age, which is no doubt why her song ‘Downtown’ was chosen for the downtown Nashville, Tennessee explosion.

Again, the attack happened on a 41 date and impacted the AT&T building the most.

12/25/2020 = 12+25+(2+0+2+0) = 41

Read about the 41 businesses impacted by the blast:

Read about the Schmoldt’s and 41:

Read about how #41 Alvin Kamara fits in:

And notice how ‘Downtown’ syncs with ‘Christmas’

*Downtown = 88 (She is 88 years old)
*Downtown = 34 *Tennessee = 34

And furthermore, how ‘Petula Clark’ connects.

And even further… how ‘pop song’ fits in.

And even that word ‘presaged’.

For one last point, her song was put out by Warner Brothers.

Of course, Warner Brothers and AT&T recently merged.


  1. GregRamsey74 on December 29, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    Her name shares 2 of the main base ciphers with “The Jesuit Order”

    “Petula Clark” = 177 (Reverse Ordinal)

    “Petula Clark” = 69 (Reverse Full Reduction) – her song appeared in an episode of Seinfeld entitled “The Bottle Deposit.”
    “The Bottle Deposit” = 69 (Full Reduction);”George Costanza” = 69 (Reverse Full Reduction)”Jerry Seinfeld” = 69 (Full Reduction)

    On the subject of Seinfeld.

    “Jerry Seinfeld” = 201 (Reverse Ordinal)

    There is also the Christmas connection.

    “P. Clark” = 61 (English Ordinal)

    “P. Clark” = 38 (Reverse Full Reduction)

    “Music City” = 41 (Full Reduction)

  2. redsam96 on December 30, 2020 at 4:26 am

    I was hoping you would do a decode on this, what a bizarre news story. I’ve been trying to figure out the more symbolic meaning behind this too, and I noticed that in the lyrics she says:

    “…Don’t hang around and let your problems surround you
    There are movie shows downtown…”

    It seems like another connection to the whole Warner Brothers/HBO Max/Movie theater thing that’s so constantly in the news lately; like a “don’t worry about your problems, just come to the movies or downtown with all the pretty lights and let us entertain you” sort of thing. Especially since the past few major blockbuster movies have been heavily coded and full of propaganda (ex. Wonder Woman 1984).

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