Tom Hanks character, John H. Miller, dies June 13, 1944, in Saving Private Ryan (201 tribute)

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Notice, in Saving Private Ryan, Tom Hanks character, Capt. John H. Miller, dies on June 13, 1944, the day that is typically the 164th day of the year, leaving 201-days remaining.
Capt. John H. Miller = 164
The Jesuit Order = 201
June Thirteen = 201

Tom Hanks born on July 9 in ’56 *Capt. John H. Miller = 79 *John H. Miller = 56 *Society of Jesus = 56 / 79

*At 2 hours and 1 minute LEFT in the film, there is a line that will remind you the Jesuits are Jewish and Catholic. Check it out for yourself.

And recall his “201 letter” while nursing up from Covid-19, and his 2:01 in length movie, Inferno, that released on Bill Gates birthday, and his scene with DiCapri in Catch Me If You Can, where he nearly catches the fraudster in Room 201.

The film released 15-days after Hanks’ 42nd birthday.

Freemason = 42
Jesuit = 42

His character name ties perfectly with Hanks 7/9/56 birthday and the Society of Jesus as well.

And don’t forget Steven Spielberg is the director.
Steven Allan Spielberg = 322 / 218

The film released 218-days after Spielberg’s birthday.

Of course, 218 is the number of the Holy Roman Empire, and 322 is the number of Skull and Bones, modeled after the Knights Templar, who served the same empire. And as we know, the Jesuits now carry on the Templar tradition (Society of Jesus).

Holy Roman Empire = 187
Sol Invictus = 187
Society of Jesus = 187
Washington D.C. = 187
George Washington = 187
-Sol Invictus is the sun
Sun = 54
-This film released 54-years after ’44 (when main character died)
Jesuit Order = 54

Read about the release of Mel Gibson’s Conspiracy Theory 218-days after his birthday here.

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