De-Occulting the Death of Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant: August 23rd, 1978 – January 26th, 2020

Died 41 yrs, 5 mo, 4 days old

Ritual Foreshadowing

This is the first posting we could find. This was retweeted many times over at the time and of course in the days after Kobe’s death.

For anyone questioning the legitimacy of this tweet. Please visit here.

However, there is also this. https://laraveldaily.com/carbon-trick-set-now-time-to-whatever-you-want/

Please email me at info@thephoenixenigma.com subject: “Carbon” if you know for sure so we can make this article as accurate as possible… Thank you.

(1+3+2) + (11+13+12) = 42

Note the Gallery 42 at the 0:00 mark. A mirror of #24.

  • The number 42 OR “Forty and Two” is found 13 times in the Bible.
  • The number 42 is always associated with suffering and the duration of time the suffering will last.
  • In the Bible, 42 also represents the kinetic struggle between good and evil.
  • According to the book of the Dead Egyptians, the defunct, at his death, passes ahead of 42 judges.
  • In the Talmud, it is written that the divine name of 42 letters is the greatest of the mysteries. These 42 letters contain the names of the ten Sephiroth.
  • The Ancient Egyptians had divided their country into 42 parts.
  • The number 42 is, in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, the “Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything”, calculated by an enormous supercomputer named Deep Thought over a period of 7.5 million years. Unfortunately, no one knows what the question is. Thus, to calculate the Ultimate Question, a special computer the size of a small planet was built from organic components and named “Earth”. 
  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland has 42 illustrations….This book is rumored to be a predictive programming book used in the MK Ultra program.
  • “42” is an episode of Doctor Who, set in real-time lasting approximately 42 minutes.
  • On the game show Jeopardy!, “Watson” the IBM supercomputer, has 42 “threads” in its avatar.
  • 42 is a film on the life of American baseball player Jackie Robinson.
  • The 3 × 3 × 3 magic cube with rows summing to 42.

The death and method of death of Mr. Peanut tie directly into the peanut and car from the Smart car commercial below. The snack brand released this video showing the death of the 104-year-old mascot/brand. 104 is 14 in numerology. 14 is 41 mirrored. The Planters company has suspended the other commercials planned for release after the death of Kobe Bryant.

Commerical of Kobe and a peanut. No doubt strange symbolism hidden throughout this entire commercial.

This cartoon clip from an episode of Legends of Chamberlain Heights is full of symbolism and messaging.

Note: This video was Season 1 Episode 8. OR 18.

Note the Masonic Compass & Square on two locations of the helicopter.

There are also what looks to be mountains drawn on the Helicopter. One set of them has what could appear to be smoke rising out of them.

Note: The rings for a cross and the red shoes behind it. The Pope wears red shoes as they are a symbol of Jesus’s sacrifice and the blood he spilled.

2 Rings are on the ground. 3 more rings land next to the first two.

Then one of the characters picks up 3 and leaves 2 on the ground. This seems to be a clear numerical message being sent.

23 & 32

Both of these numbers are highly occultic and are often found rituals.

If you slow down the playback speed of this clip to .25, you will see a character dressed all in white laying on the ground after the smoke clears pointing a gun at the helicopter. (Thank you to the viewer who sent this to me. Good find.)

In the next frame, he is gone.

Flight Path and ATC Recording

Kobe’s Helicopter – Sikorsky S-76b

Kobe’s helicopter was BLACK. The helicopter at the crash site is clearly BLUE/WHITE

Notice there is NO white or blue on this aircraft

These are crash site photos taken from news coverage

The blue and white you see there is the tail of the helicopter

Red tail rotor?

Note: the MSM is still reporting as of 1/28/2020 that the helicopter was Kobe’s. There is no report that Kobe ever removed the Black paint/wrap on his helicopter.

UPDATE

This photo was released by NBC on Jan 28th, 2020. You can see the tail numbers are that of Kobe’s helicopter, or the helicopter Kobe leased from the aviation company on a regular basis.

Whether or not this is an old photo of the helicopter or a recent one, we don’t know. But the marking matches those of the crash wreckage.

The helicopter was owned and operated by a company called Island Express, Federal Aviation Administration records show and was previously owned by the state of Illinois.

Bryant’s helicopter, a Sikorsky S-76B built in 1991, was previously owned by the state of Illinois, according to records from the Federal Aviation Administration and the helicopter database Helis. The state flew the helicopter from 2007 to 2015, when it was put up for sale. It’s not clear who owned the helicopter before 2007.

In 2015, the helicopter was purchased from the state by a person named Jim Bagge, an executive at a company called Island Express Holding Corp., for $515,161. Island Express has remained the owner and operator of the helicopter since 2015. It was not immediately clear whether Bryant leased the helicopter full time or chartered it as needed. It was also not clear whether Island Express provided a pilot or whether Bryant hired one separately.

When the helicopter flew for Illinois, its tail number — or registration — was N76ILL. Following its transfer to Island Express, the registration was changed to N72EX.

Note: Through all of this helicopter’s life it has remained the same color, and the helicopter at the crash site is obviously this one. When did the helicopter get painted or wrapped black? Why is there no information on this anywhere?

These are Kobe’s “Helicopter Shoes” Note the Black, Blue, and White coloring on a single shoe. As if one color scheme is morphing into the next.

Helicopter UPDATE: Jan 27th, 2020

Only, they still don’t confirm whose helicopter it was that crashed.

The Sacrifice

And one goat for a sin offering; beside the continual burnt offering, and his meat offering, and his drink offering. Num 29:22

(From commentary I found online)

The Grammy’s Ritual

On February 11th, 2012, Whitney Houston was found dead at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. At the same exact location, a few floors below, a pre-Grammy award party was taking place with over 800 guests. The next day, the 2012 Grammy Awards took place and the entire event was tainted with Houston’s death. The Death of Kobe Bryant followed this same pattern. Please see The Vigilant Citizen’s Website for an excellent breakdown. Whitney Houston and the 2012 Grammy Awards Mega-Ritual

Note the High Signature” of 133,001.64 miles from the Staples Center (The House That Kobe Built) to the crash site.

#133 = The “HIGH SIGNATURE” of the Freemasons

Kobe’s highschool number was #33

Kobe died 33 days after Christmas, OR the Birth of the Sun/Son

The crash happened on 1-26-2020 = 13 on the 33rd day of the solar year. This is – THE “HIGH SIGNATURE” again.

  1. Kobe Bryant – 41
  2. Gianna – 13
  3. John Altobelli – 56
  4. Keri Altobelli – 46
  5. Alyssa Altobelli – 13
  6. Christina Mauser – 38
  7. Sarah Chester – 45
  8. Payton Chester – 13
  9. Ara Zobayan – 50

Three of the 9 victims or 33% were 13 years old.

Again. This is the “HIGH SIGNATURE” of the Freemasons.

The Location

The location of the crash site happened from the top of a Pyramid geoglyph formed by the houses in the community of Calabassas.

From the tip of the “pyramid” to the crash site was .41 miles.

NUMEROLOGY

24 + 23 = 47

47 + 90 = 137

The #137 is the 33rd Prime Number

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When you subtract Kobe’s #24 (now that he is passed) from 137, you end up with 113. 113 is 311 reversed/mirrored (common in ritual work). 311 is a “Twin Prime to #313. 313 can be seen as a numerical anagram to #133, which is the “High Signature.”

The #113 is also the 30th prime number. 30 = 3 (Masonic Blue Lodge) when you get rid of the “0”. 113 = 11/3 & 1/13. Both 11 and 13 are highly Occultic/Masonic numbers.

  • The fine structure constant of physics continues to convince esotericists that the universe has numerological fine-tuning: for example, the age of the universe could be considered as roughly 13.7 times 1 billion years, though newer estimates put this value at 13.8.
  • The Hebrew word קבלה (Kabbalah) has a Gematria (numerical value) of 137. In Modern Hebrew, the root of Kabbalah ק-ב-ל can mean either “receiving” or “parallel”. Kabbalah is generally taken to mean “the received tradition”, which conveys the continuity of a tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation. Nevertheless, the earlier nuance of meaning is seen in the first appearances of its root in the Torah (Exodus 26:5 and 36:12), where it means “parallel” or “corresponding” rather than “receiving”. It is used to describe the “corresponding loops”, which, when clasped together, enjoined the two sections of the Tabernacle’s ceiling. These loops were suspended directly over the veil that divided the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies. Symbolically, this is the threshold between the physical dimension and the utterly spiritual dimension. In other words, at the boundary line of the physical world, the number 137 emerges. The wisdom of Kabbalah is to find correspondences between the mundane and spiritual levels of reality.
  • Kobe was 41 years of age when he died.
  • Take off was 9:06 – The crash was 9:47. It was a 41-minute flight.
  • 41 is the 13th prime number.
  • Kobe’s daughter was 13 years of age when she died.
  • The weather was a solid overcast to 1300 feet of elevation on the day of the crash.
  • Kobe played 13 games with 50+ points.
  • Bryant, starred for two decades with the Lakers, winning five championships and making 18 All-Star Games before hanging up his basketball shoes following the 2016 season.
  • James Lebron entered the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the Philadelphia 76ers needing 18 points to eclipse Bryant’s career total of 33,643 points. The Lakers went on to lose 108-91 at the Wells Fargo Center in the team’s lone trip this season to the city in which Kobe Bryant was born.
  • The FAA is going to send an 18 person “Go-team” to the scene for an investigation.
  • The End of Days episode from the “Legends of Chamberlain Heights” cartoon was Season 1 Episode 8 OR 18
  • TMZ first reported the incident at 11:24 am 1+1+2+4= 8. Kobe’s first jersey number.

The helicopter was a Sikorsky S-76

in the Septenary cipher. S76 = 676 or 6/76 or 67/6

(6+7 = 13) / 6 OR (6 / (7+6 = 13)

We see this same thing with the “High Signature” of 133 used in the many public ritual murders. HOWEVER.

SIKORSKY = 66325632 = 32. I don’t believe this may have been a 33° sanctioned event with the consensus of both the York and Scottish Rites of the Freemasons.

The Tail Number

The tail number of Kobe’s helicopter was #N72EX

Not only does this tail number contain #72 but it adds up to something quite significant.

In the Septenary Cipher N72EX = 17253. Remove the letters from the numbers, just like we did with the license plate number for the getaway car used in the dearth Nipsey Hussle, and we get.

N(7+2)EX = 72 7+2 = 9

1+5+3 = 9

9+9 =18

(See above)

Kobe and Lebron / Illuminati Symbolism

Annointed?

Kobe’s Poem: Dear Basketball

This poem was released on Nov 29th, 2015. It was written by KB and meant to be his farewell message to the game of basketball, however, it reads quite fatalistic towards the end.

Dear Basketball,

From the moment
I started rolling my dad’s tube socks
And shooting imaginary
Game-winning shots
In the Great Western Forum
I knew one thing was real:

I fell in love with you.

A love so deep I gave you my all —
From my mind & body
To my spirit & soul.

As a six-year-old boy
Deeply in love with you
I never saw the end of the tunnel.
I only saw myself
Running out of one.

And so I ran.
I ran up and down every court
After every loose ball for you.
You asked for my hustle
I gave you my heart
Because it came with so much more.

I played through the sweat and hurt
Not because challenge called me
But because YOU called me.
I did everything for YOU
Because that’s what you do
When someone makes you feel as
Alive as you’ve made me feel.

You gave a six-year-old boy his Laker dream
And I’ll always love you for it.
But I can’t love you obsessively for much longer.
This season is all I have left to give.
My heart can take the pounding
My mind can handle the grind
But my body knows it’s time to say goodbye.

And that’s OK.
I’m ready to let you go.
I want you to know now
So we both can savor every moment we have left together.
The good and the bad.
We have given each other
All that we have. 

And we both know, no matter what I do next
I’ll always be that kid
With the rolled up socks
Garbage can in the corner
:05 seconds on the clock
Ball in my hands.
5 … 4 … 3 … 2 … 1

Love you always,
Kobe

Kobe told friends “I want to die young”

Original “Business Insider” article can be found here.

  • The former NBA star Tracy McGrady joined ESPN’s Rachel Nichols on “The Jump” to share memories of his friend Kobe Bryant.
  • McGrady told Nichols that when Bryant was younger he used to say he wanted to “die young” and be “immortalized”‘ but that the desire changed once he had children.
  • McGrady also shared memories of Bryant’s daughter Gianna, saying she looked just as dominant as her father on the court.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The NBA world was shocked Sunday with the sudden death of the Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash along with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others.

Tracy McGrady joined ESPN’s Rachel Nichols on “The Jump” on Monday to share some of his memories of his close friend and NBA contemporary.

McGrady entered the NBA one year after Bryant was drafted, joining Bryant as one of the few players to make the jump to the league straight out of high school.

In his conversation with Nichols, McGrady said that in their early days in the league, Bryant had said he wanted to die young.

“This sounds crazy, but Kobe spoke this,” McGrady said. “He spoke this. He used to say all the time, ‘I want to die young.'”

“Really?” Nichols interjected.

“He used to say: ‘I want to die young. I want to be immortalized. I want to have my career be better than Michael Jordan, and I want to die young.’ And I just thought he was so crazy for saying that.”

Nichols later responded: “Hearing you say, ‘Oh I want to die young, I want to be a legend.’ That’s totally in line with young Kobe. But older Kobe, the Kobe that you and I spent the last year watching, the 40-, 41-year-old Kobe, he wanted to be around especially for his family.”

McGrady agreed. “Clearly that statement was way before kids, and I’m sure once he had kids he didn’t have that mindset.”

Tracy McGrady was in tears recalling young Kobe’s words:

“I thought he was crazy. He used to say, ‘I wanna die young. I wanna be immortalized.'” (via @Rachel__Nichols)43K3:15 PM – Jan 27, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy7,221 people are talking about this

McGrady also discussed some of his memories of Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, who also died in the crash.

“She was special,” he said. “She was built like Kobe, her mannerisms, everything. To watch her play was like watching a young Kobe. She had the moves. She had a fadeaway at 13 years old. I’m watching this girl, and she just looks like her dad out there, and just, ‘Man she’s going to be special.'”

“And she’s not going to get that opportunity.”

You can watch McGrady’s entire conversation with Nichols below.

Tributes and remembrances of Bryant poured in from former teammateshis NBA peers, and fans around the world as news of his death spread Sunday. On the court, teams across the league took intentional 24-second shot-clock violations to start their games, as a tribute to the No. 24 that Bryant wore through the latter half of his career.

On Monday, the league announced that the game between the Lakers and the Clippers scheduled for Tuesday night would be postponed to give the Lakers organization time to grieve.

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