Michael Jackson died 88 days after the 88th day of the year on June 25, the same day that an obscure animated film called I Pet Goat 2 released.
Release date of Thriller contains each digit exactly of the 88th day of the year (for number of day in the year with number of days left): 3-29-73.
This basically foreshadowed his death 26 years later. I reveal the number 26 appearing in Thriller below as well. Thriller released on 2-12-83, one
day before the Roman WOLF festival Lupercalia. At the end of the Thriller video, we see two obelisks in the living room as MJ turns around with yellow
eyes. The ancient Egyptian gods, Ra, Anubis and Osiris all came from the WOLF god WepWaWet!
We will rebuild, We will remember, We will come back stronger.
You are probably wondering why MJ put the ring on her middle finger:
Wearing a ring on the middle finger means SATURN!!!!!
Because of its central location, the middle finger is held to symbolize balance and responsibility, and is associated with Saturn. Since Saturn’s
metal is lead, simple gray metals like steel are common middle finger choices. www.realmenrealstyle.com...
He died exactly 10 years after the Thriller video in 1993, the year of the WTC bombing which happened on 2-26. Jackson would died 26 years later after
the Thriller video, 88 days after the 88th day of the year. Half of 26 is 13, the length of Thriller. These synchs are undeniable at this point.
The I pet goat video had a huge thread on here a few years back, it was analyzed and decoded and I would imagine the majority of members here have
It's a masterpiece of animation.
If people don't talk about it on this thread well that's because it's already been discussed in depth.
Use the search feature, there was a couple of excellent threads.
edit on 19-5-2015 by stargatetravels because: (no reason given)
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