Yes. 29 days in February. I needed to re-confirm the calculation, so went through each month, adding the number of days to the total. Needless to say... a significant lump formed in my throat.
Originally posted by John bull 1 This is a leap year. 366 days until this time last year Is that in the calculation?
Originally posted by SkepticOverlord
[A chilling bit of math reveals that these coordinated Al Qaeda attacks in Madrid are exactly 911 days after the previous high-profile attack on the World Trade Center in New York.
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Page 911 of New Testament dictionary includes the following phrases: "unawares; hewn in rock; a society of Christians, community of free people, disorganized crowd or multitude; a rich, commercial city; the Muslims destroyed the city, and today it is a heap of ruins." The name "Laoden," a variation transliteration of Laden, inserts alphabetically on p. 911 with the above phrases.
Originally posted by RizlaKing
the date 911 days before 9/11 is
Monday, March 15, 1999
Originally posted by John Nada
Well I suppose the twisted good news to this is that we have another 911 days to prepare for another attack. Is there any events that happened 911 days prior to the 9/11 attacks?
Originally posted by robertfenix
Planes, Trains & Automobiles
9/11/2001 (Planes), (12/11/2003 did not happen) so 3/11/2004 (Trains), 6/11/2004 (Automobiles)
9,12,3,6 = 9+3 =12 12-9 =3 3+3=6
9 3 12, 3rd month 912 days = numerology with their own system of order.
The original attack was to take place on Sep 3rd, 2001
the next attack was supposed to be Dec 9th, 2003
and the third attack was supposed to be Mar 3rd, 2006
Due to pressure from US forces all dates were moved up or delayed
Sep 11th, 2001 - Planes
Decembers plot was foiled (think BA airlines and groundings in Paris)
Mar 11th, 2004 - Trains
June 11th, 2004 - Wind of Black Death (oil, fire) having to do with cars.
Possibly gas stations and car bombs, at various locations or tanker trucks being smashed into crowded places.
Causing huge black fire balls from the fuel air explosions, especially if the (fuel) is treated with a soapy agent creating Napalm like stickyness.