Black Sabbath's Paranoid About The Government


Black Sabbath's Paranoid is among the 20th century's great Rock accomplishments, an 8-song non-stop heavy metal exhibition.  Unfortunately for the unsuspecting music fan, it was nonetheless subject to Media-Government censorship, who had to impose their ubiquitous Secret Number-Letter Code upon it.  As you will learn, the majority of the album's song titles very easily follow this code's main "Rule of 3".  As initials, "3" letters, those which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet, are greatly over-used compared to all others.

1. "War Pigs"
W.P. = 23-16
Rule of 3: W and P are both "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet.   Pairing them together strengthens their bond.

2. "Paranoid"
P = 16
It may only be a single word, but significantly begins with the important 16th letter P.  So, it still follows the "Rule of 3".

3. "Planet Caravan"
P.C. = 16-3
P and C are both "3" letters, following the code's main rule again.

4. "Iron Man"
I.M. = 9-13
I and M are both "3" letters, following the code's main rule again.  The band "Iron Maiden" is the same.

5. "Electric Funeral"
E.F. = 5-6
The code prefers to ascend between adjacent letters, in order to imply a correlational relationship between the two.  The hit song "Electric Feel" is the same.

6. "Hand of Doom"
H.D. = 8-4
The code treats "of" not as an O (15), but as a buffer between what lies on either side.  H (8), symbolizing Happiness, Hope, Healing, is "of" D (4), part of it, symbolizing Direction, Duty, Drive.  Every letter and its corresponding number symbolize ideas related to the most important, common words which begin with that letter.

7. "Rat Salad"
R.S. = 18-19
Like Radio Shack, Red SonjaRubber Soul, Rolling Stone and Real Steel, this title also ascends between adjacent letters.

8. "Fairies Wear Boots"
F.W.B. - 6-23-2
Rule of 3:  This sort of title is the Government-Media teasing you.  A silly sounding phrase which hides the subliminal message of real importance.  F and W are "3" letters which are strengthened by the primary letter B.

We should recognize that Black Sabbath also follows the "Rule of 3" as B.S. (2-19).  The important letter S is strengthened by the catalyzer B.  The album's cover also features  the image of some sort of future policeman reflected 3 times.

Paranoid is really the perfect title for this album, because its song titles are some of the clearest, most obvious uses of the code.  Maybe someone purchased the vinyl back in 1970, saw the album title, looked at the song names, and wondered what if there was some deeper significance to them.  But, to go any farther, and wonder if there some kind of organized subterfuge happening, would be excessive.  That would be at the level of paranoia, a classifiable medical malady.  In our current age, we chastise those who say that they see things which we don't see ourselves.  Their perception scares us because we can't fathom it.  These close-minded people run to the security of those who agree with their own views, so they can levy praise upon them and themselves.  Really, all new ideas come directly from paranoia, the internal suspicion that something novel has gone unnoticed.

The code is how the Western world has become ultra-liberal, by going to the source of human emotions and changing our mindsets subliminally.  If the code was used in the opposite way, strengthening the right-sided letters, people's conception of life would be completely opposite.  We would all jointly object to violent movies, to incessant cursing, to the constant barrage of sexual imagery, the objectification of women, the mockery of the steadfast.  But instead, our America exists to tease the right-sided people of the Middle East, in their ridged traditional religious conservatism.

Horror: The Secret Code


There's a huge secret reason why Google just changed its official name to Alphabet.  Long ago, the Freemasonry elite secretly conspired with their members implanted in the entertainment industry, to follow a letter-number code in titling the entirety of all media, which would subliminally subdue the American population, so that goals towards New World Order could be sought.  Even if this code were not based on universal design and mathematics, its popular use in the media would still forcefully impart important meaning upon letters and numbers.

Every letter is inextricably connected to its corresponding number, which is determined by its place in the order of the alphabet (A, B, C = 1, 2, 3).  The alphabet can be divided into three distinct groups: Catalyzers, the "3" group, and the Right-sided group.  Catalyzers are letters which strengthen whatever they are combined with: A (1), B (2), D (4), J (10), K (11), T (20).  "3" letters are those whose position in the alphabet contains a multiple of 3: C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16), S (19), W (23), and Z (26).  Right-sided letters are what remains of the alphabet.  The vast majority of all films, horror films especially, follow the "Rule of 3", having the initials of only the catalyzers and "3" group.  Right-sided letters are used relatively 
rarely as initials.


It is appropriate that Horror films often follow the "Rule of 3" because films and shows are meant to represent the symbolism of their initials.  As a whole, the "3" group of letters symbolizes ideas which are liberal, progressive, forward, untraditional, iconoclastic, leftist.  The last century's most liked and seen Horror films all exhibit the code's methodology:


Alice, Sweet Alice (1976): A.S.A. = 1-19-1
Altered States (1980): A.S. = 1-19
American Mary (2000): A.P. = 1-13
American Psycho (2000): A.P. = 1-16
Berberian Sound Studio (2012): B.S.S. = 2-19-19
Black Sabath (1963): B.S. = 2-19
Black Sunday (1960): B.S. = 2-19
Body Parts (1991): B.P. = 2-16
Body Snatchers (1993): B.S. = 2-19
Cabin Fever (2002): C.F. = 3-6
Candy Man (1982): C.M. = 3-13
Cape Fear (1962): C.F. = 3-6
Castle Freak (1995): C.F. = 3-6
Cemetery Man (1994): C.M. = 3-13
Child's Play (1988): C.P. = 3-16
Creep Show (1982): C.S. = 3-19
Dead Silence (2007): D.S. = 4-19
Dog Soldiers (2002): D.S. = 4-19
Dark Water (2005): D.W. = 4-23
Fight Club (1999): F.C. = 6-3
Friday The 13th (1980): F.T.M. = 6-20-13
From A Whisper To A Scream (1987): F.A.W.T.A.S. = 6-1-23-20-1-19
From Dusk Till Dawn (1996): F.D.T.D. = 6-4-20-4
It (1990): I.T. = 9-20
It Follows (2014): I.F. = 9-6
Jaws (1977): J.A.W.S. = 10-1-1-23-19
Jeepers Creepers (2001): J.C. = 10-3
Paranormal Activity (2009): P.A. = 16-1
Planet Terror (2007): P.T. = 16-20
Peeping Tom (1960): P.T. = 16-20
Pet Sematary (1989): P.S. = 16-19
Puppet Master (1989): P.M. = 16-13
Saw (2004): S.A.W. = 19-1-23
Session 9 (2001): S.I. = 19-9
Shutter Island (2010): S.I. = 19-9
Sleepaway Camp (1983): S.C. = 19-3
Tales From The Crypt (1972): T.F.T.C. = 20-6-20-3
The 6th Sense (1999): T.F.S = 20-6-19
The Black Swan (2010): T.B.S. = 20-2-19
The Blair Witch Project (1999): T.B.W.P. = 20-2-23-16
The Cabin In The Woods (2012): T.C.I.T.W. = 20-3-9-20-23
The Stuff (1985): T.S. = 20-19
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974): T.T.C.S.M. = 20-20-3-19-13
The Ward (2010): T.W. = 20-23
The Wolfman (2010): T.W. = 20-23
The Wicker Man (1973): T.W.M. = 20-23-13
The Wicker Tree (2011): T.W.T. = 20-23-20
We Are What We Are (2010): W.A.W.W.A. = 23-1-23-23-1
When A Stranger Calls (1979): W.A.S.C. = 23-1-19-3
Wolf Creek (2005): W.C. = 23-3
Wrong Turn (2002): W.T. = 23-20

We humans were once one.  Those who were illuminated and those who were not worked together, lived together, in peace and war, but as one.  Then, some decided to separate.  These people considered themselves better than others, and unable to coexist among normal minds, which they saw as darkened.  The created a barrier separating their group from the others, a barrier which did not exist, an invisible meaningless abstraction.  Behind their wall, they felt safer to do their work.  Their minds focused on Psychology, Philosophy, Science and Religion, they saw a grand significance and deeper meaning in numbers.  They knew that a triangle represented a different idea than a square, a line meant something different from a point.  And when these higher people wrote the alphabet, they knew that it must have order.  So their order made an order of the letters, a New World Order.  
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The Rap-Illuminati Connection



Because no one really knows for sure, it's interesting that there's so much talk about the Illuminati in Hip hop music.  Why not think about the Illuminati in Rock, Country, or House?  Maybe their presence in Jazz is even stronger.  In any event, the influence is undoubtably there.  The Secret Mass Media Alphabet Code is ubiquitous, occurring always across all genres of music, film, and print.  Rap music is no exception. Just consider, why would so many people independently decide to include letters or numbers in their stage names, if there wasn't something larger going on?  There's AG, AZ, The Notorious B.I.G., Bun B, C Rayz Walz, Pimp C, Heavy D, Run-DMC, D.M.X., Diamond D, The D.O.C., Eazy E, EPMD, Das EFX, G-Unit, Jay Z, Kool G Rap, KRS One, KMD, Big L, LL Cool J, NWA, OC, Master P, Schoolboy Q, Ice-T, T-Pain, X Clan, YG, Z-Ro.  Then there's Spice 1, 2pac, 2 Chainz, 3rd Bass, Nine,  Tech N9ne, 88-Keys, 9th Wonder, Mack 10, and D12.  Various capitalizations, punctuations and trick spellings are designed to create the smoke and mirrors of deception.

The code is the worldly manifestation of Supreme Mathematics, so it's endlessly complicated, but based upon a remarkably simple principal, the "Rule of 3".  Start with A, B, C = 1, 2, 3, etc.  The "3" group of letters are those which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet: C (letter 3), F (6), I (9), M (13) , P (16), S (19), W (23), and Z (26).  As the initials of media titles, this group of letters is used the vast majority of the time.  This group is also combined with the catalyst group, A (1), B (2), D (4), J (10), K (11) and T (20).  The code strengthens the "3" group because the Illuminati want our world to lean towards that side of Universal existence, that side of the black-white yin-yang.


Outkast has a number of choice examples.  Their debut single "Player's Ball" follows the "Rule of 3" simply as P.B. (16-2).  P (16) is a "3" letter which is strengthened by the catalyzer B (2).  "So Fresh, So Clean"  follows as S.F.S.C. (19-6-19-3), all "3" letters used in combination.  "Ms. Jacksonis the common pairing M.J. (13-10).  M (13) is catalyzed by J (10).  "The Whole World" was bittersweet, released just after 9/11, but still follows the secret Illuminati alphabet code as T.W.W. (20-23-23).  T (20) strengthens W (23).  "I Can't Wait" follows as I.C.W. (9-3-23), all "3" initials.  "Street Talkin'" is the common combination of the catazlyer T (20) and the important S (19).  "International Players Anthem" follows as I.P.A. (9-16-1).

Two of history's most counter-cultural anthems are ironically the same exact use of this secret code.  Public Enemy's anthem "Fight The Powerfollows the "Rule of 3" as F.T.P. (6-20-16).  F (6) and P (16) are "3" letters which are strengthened by T (20).  N.W.A.'s "Fuck The Policeis identical.

Tupac's famous "Me Against The World" follows as M.A.T.W. (13-1-20-23).  "Papa'z Song" does as P.S. (16-19).  "I Ain't Mad At Cha" follows as I.A.M.A.C. (9-1-13-1-3) and "So Many Tears" follows as S.M.T. (19-13-20).

De La Soul's debut single "Plug Tunin'" also follows the code's "Rule of 3" as P.T. (16-20).  "Me Myself And I" follows as M.M.A.I. (13-13-1-9).  A (1) strengthens the "3" letters.  The initials of their classic hit "Magic Numbermight not follow the "Rule of 3", but is itself about the magic of the number 3.

Eric B. and Rakim's classic "Paid In Fullis another easy example.  P.I.F. follows as 16-9-6, all "3" initials.  "Move The Crowd" follows as M.T.C. (13-20-3).  "Don't Sweat the Technique", a subtle reference to the code, follows as D.S.T.W. (4-19-20-23).  S (19) and W (23) are "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in alphabet.  D (4) and T (20) act as catalyzers.

The Fugees' "Killing Me Softly" was a gigantic hit, and a subversive reference to how the code effects us all without our recognition.  K.M.S. follows the "Rule of 3" as 11-13-19.    K (11) is a catalyzer for the "3" letter M (13) and S (19).

Run-DMC's "Walk This Way", a reworking of the famous Aerosmith song, follows as W.T.W. (23-20-23).  Tone Loc's "Wild Thing'is similar and follows as the simple combination W.T. (23-20).

Kanye West's debut single "Through The Wire" follows as T.T.W. (20-20-23).  His second single "Slow Jamz" also follows the "Rule of 3" as S.J. (19-10).  "Touch The Sky" follows as T.T.S. (20-20-19).  Even "Jesus Walksfollows as J.W. (10-23).  W (23) is reinforced through combination with J (10), which basically symbolizes perfection.

A Tribe Called Quest had few hits but two of them are obvious uses of the code's "Rule of 3".  "Find A Way" follows as F.A.W. (6-1-23).  F (6) and W (23) are straightened by the primary letter A.  "Can I Kick Itfollows as C.I.K.I. (3-9-11-9).  C (3) and I (9) are "3" letters which are strengthened by K (11), part of the catalyzer group.

The Notorious B.I.G.'s classic "Mo Money Mo Problems" follows the same rule as M.M.M.P (13-13-13-16), all "3" initials.  "Big Poppa" also follows as the combination of the "3" letter P (16) and catalyst B (2).

The Pharcyde jam "Passin' Me Byfollows as P.M.B. (16-13-2).  P (16) and M (13) are strengthened by the primary letter B.

The joke that Busta Rhymes' "Pass The Covosierbecame effectively trivialized its obvious use of the code.  P.T.C. (16-20-3).  P (16) and C (3) are strengthened by T (20).

50 Cent's biggest hits all follow the "Rule of 3" easily.  "In Da Club" moves to I.D.C. (9-4-3).  I (9) and C (3) are strengthened by D (4).  "P.I.M.P." should attract attention because it's already initials.  P.I.M.P. follows the "Rule of 3" as 16-9-13-16, all "3" initials.  "Candy Shop" follows that rule as C.S. (3-19), and "Window Shopper" does as W.S. (23-19).  

Biz Markie's sing-a-long "Just A Friend" follows as J.A.F. (10-1-6).  F (6) is strengthened by the catalyzers J (10) and A (1).

Slick Rick's often quoted "Children’s Story" follows as C.S. (3-19), both "3" initials.

Young MC's "Bust A Move" follows as B.A.M. (2-1-13).  M (13) is strengthened by the primary letters A and B.

Cypress Hill's "Insane In The Brain" follows as I.I.T.B. (9-9-20-2).  B (2) and T (20) are both part of the catalyst group, strengthening I (9).

Boogie Down Productions' "My Philosophy" follows as M.P. (13-16), both "3" letters.

Dreamtime Code, the Illuminati Alphabet, is of course not just limited to the "Rule of 3".  For example, A Tribe Called Quest's biggest hit was "Check The Rhyme", an interesting grouping.  Three initials consist of two letter pairings.  First, C.T. follows the "Rule of 3" as 3-20.  T (20) strengthens C (3).    Second, T.R. (20-18) is a common pairing in the mass media because it strengthens the S (19) which is in between.  So, both pairings follow the code.  Additionally, the code uses ratios to further strengthen the "3" group of letters.  C (3) and R (18) are often used together because the ratio between them is exactly 6, further supporting the "3" group.

Hip hop fans including myself love to think of their music as underground, counter-culture, rebellious, even riotous.  When it's done by true hearted people, free from influence and fear, that's absolutely the case.  Unfortunately, like all media, the popular hits that trickle down to the masses are a diluted, convoluted, censored and suppressed insult to artistry.  None of Hip hop's famous forerunners had complete control over what output of theirs was actually heard.  Although they might have yearned for artistic freedom, their job was to fulfill a specific need, and if they wanted to further to careers they did so.  Even 1983's Style Wars, the quintessential hip hop film, thought to be independent, raw and uncensored, follows the "Rule of 3" as S.W. (19-23).  If it was truly so indie, it simply would never had gotten so famous.

Many people know the story of how "Rapper's Delight", Hip hop's "first song" was born, through the unnatural, forced meeting of various unacquainted studio musicians.  Before walking into the studio, many already secretly knew that out of this session an entirely new music genre would be born.  The homogeneous nature of the code proves that this level of cooperative premeditation is not rare, but the standard.

John Hughes Films Follow the Illuminati Alphabet



We like to think that movies, television, music and news are a random confluence of many different contributing sources.  However, the sad truth is that all these things are entirely written by the same person, the collective soul of the Illuminati.  If media you are digesting was widely distributed, that it is only so because the Illuminati chose it to be.  Because they have total and complete control, the Illuminati are able to insert a Secret Number-Letter Code into everything you see.  The importance of the code in the course of human history cannot be underestimated.  It is the most important thing to ever exist, literally (with words).  By learning how this works, you can increase your awareness and expand your world view immensely.

The code's main "Rule of 3" is simple.  Start with A-B-C = 1-2-3, from A to Z.  "3" letters are those who contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet: C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16), S (19), W (23) and Z (26).  The majority of all media titles only have the initials of the "3" group, or the catalyzer group: A, B, D, J (10), K (11) and T (20).  The remaining letters are weak because they are not used in conjunction with the catalyzing letters.  To emphasize separateness, they are only used with themselves.  The Illuminati use this code to numb the minds of the masses into submission.  Understanding this secret is how the world will power progress into a new era of prosperity.  The beloved films of 20th century director John Hughes exhibit the code's parameters very well.

Mr. Mom (1983)

Written by Hughes, M (13) is solidified by pairing with itself, following the "Rule of 3".

Sixteen Candles (1984)
Hughes' directorial debut displays the simplicity of the code.  S.C. follows the "Rule of 3" as 19-3.  The title could alternatively read as 16-3, which follows the same rule.  

The Breakfast Club (1985)
B.C. is a pairing of great importance.  2/3 equals .666 repeating, the "Number of the Beast".  Beginning the title with T (20) strengthens that bond.

Weird Science (1985)
W.S. (23-19) is another pairing following the "Rule of 3".  It is the same initials as Star Wars, but reversed.  This makes sense because the two films are very different.

Pretty In Pink (1986)

P.I.P. (16-9-16) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters, those which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
F.B.D.O. equals 6-2-4-15.  The ['s] means possession, but in English also literally means "is".  So, titles like this have an even deeper level of irony.  This title can alternatively be read "F.B. is D.O."  The code writers treat every letter, pairing, and letter group as a poetic object.

The Ferris Bueller poster pictured above notably features in large print the phrase "Leisure Rules", a pun disguising the real intended message.  L.R. is extremely common because it equals 12/18, which simplifies to 2/3, 
again the "Number of the Beast".  


Additionally, popular slogan from the film was "Save Ferris", the important pairing S.F. (19-6) following the "Rule of 3".  6/9 equals .666 which is also underhandedly suggested by S.F.

Planes, Trains And Automobiles (1987)
Another example which follows the "Rule of 3" easily.  P.T.A.A. equals 16-20-1-1.  P (16) is a "3" letter because it contains a multiple according to its place in the alphabet.  It is strengthened by T (20) and the lead the A.

Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)

The word "of" is usually not treated as O (15), but instead implies the correlative nature of the relationship between two ideas, in this case S.K. (19-11) and W (23).  The suggested statement is "S.K. is part of W".  The group S.K.W. follows the "Rule of 3".  S (19) and W (23) are "3" letters strengthened by K (11), a symbol of super-perfection.

She's Having A Baby (1988)
S.H.A.B. (19-8-1-2) does not exactly follow the "Rule of 3" because of the inclusion of H (8), which is neither a "3" letter nor a catalyzer.  S.I.A.B. (19-9-1-2) would follow that rule, however would not as accurately represent the themes of this media piece.  When Harry Met Sally (W.H.M.S., 23-8-13-19) and Hangin' With Mr. Cooper (H.W.M.C., 8-23-13-3) are similar examples of light, comedic works which utilize "3" letters in combination with H.  Like all letters, it symbolizes ideas related to the most important, common words which begin with that letter, including Happy, Hope, and Heaven.

Uncle Buck (1989)
U (21) is a letter uncommonly used in the code, but certainly not just because it is not the most common letter to begin English words.  It is part of the non-"3" group of letters which are treated as lesser than the "3" group.  We know that U.B. (21-2) is a pairing which follows the code because of examples like Undercover Boss (show) and the popular bands U2 and UB40, named as such to trivialize the code.

Curly Sue (1991)
Hughes' final film as director follows the "Rule of 3".  C.S. equals 3-19.

Dennis The Menace (1993)

Hughes produced this film based on the famous character, which follows the "Rule of 3" as D.T.M. (4-20-13).  The catalyzers D (4) and T (20) strengthen M (13).

Baby's Day Out (1994)

Hughes wrote and produced this film of remarkably similar title structure to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, though not a sequel in any sense.

New Port South (2001)

Hughes produced this film which remarkably consists of N.P. (14-16) and P.S. (16-19), both of which suggest 666.  Units digits 4/6 and 6/9 simplify to 2/3, .666 repeating. 

Maid In Manhattan (2002)

Similar to Pretty In Pink, another simple example of the "Rule of 3".  M.I.M. equals 13-9-13.

It's probable that you’ve read internet articles titled like this: 7 Deadly Foods to Avoid6 Best Ways to Enjoy Yourself5 Foods Which Give You Energy12 Signs You've Found the Love of Your Life.  As part of the scripted mass media, 
articles like these are designed to 
subversively program the code.  These headlines did not result because of how many items the list called for or required.  These titles were chosen with extreme purpose, in order to imply a relationship between the number and the rest of the title, which is the subject matter.  
The website Buzz Feed (B.F., 2-6), which publishes articles like these, is absolutely under Illuminati control, and that is evident simply due to the exorbitant amount of traffic it receives.  Maybe you've also read similarly titled articles written by amateurs, however only Legion members understand the proper way to connect ideas with numbers.  Numbers in all cases are adjectives because they are descriptive.  Not meaningless abstractions, but full of meaning.  101 Dalmatians (1996) and Miracle on 34th Street (1994)both Hughes film adaptations, were chosen because of consonance between the numbers and initials contained within the title.


The statement 7 Ways Which God Touches Us All makes far more sense that the statement 6 Ways Which God Touches Us All because the number 7 is more associated with God than 6.  A headline like 10 Things That Make Us All Perfect has much more truth to it than 6 Things Which Make Us All Perfect because the number 10 is associated with the idea of perfection.  These sentences semantically translate to "The Ways Which God Touches Us All Are 7" and "The Things Which Make Us All Perfect Are 10".  This method of propaganda subliminally teaches the masses numeric symbolism without their recognition.  The film 10 Things I Hate About You, for example, is interesting because the implied assertion is "I hate the 10 [perfect] things about you."  A related statement would be "10 people in the Illuminati".  More likely "666 people in the Illuminati".

The Origin of the New York Yankees Pin Stripes


The New York Yankees are more than just baseball's most storied franchise.  Their history is the culmination of over a century of contributions.  Young men who join the team, then thrive and succeed, might retire a decade or two later not as men, but more like walking monuments, legends in their late 30s.

Every year, the front office of each MLB organization chooses a new slogan for their team.  As massive corporations and global cultural forces, baseball teams have always been subject to censorship at the hands of their Freemason owners.  So, each slogan must follow the Secret Number-Letter Code which is embedded throughout all media.  The main tenet of this code is the "Rule of 3", which can simply be described as the vast overuse, as initials, of "3" letters, those which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet: C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16), S (19), W (23) and Z (26).  These letters are most often the initials of media titles such as Films, Shows, Songs,  and Albums.  As a result, the public conception of the ideas which this group represent are strengthened.  Every title makes a statement about the nature of the world.  Looking at the various Yankees team slogans, we see elegant uses of the code.


"More Than A Game" (2016)

This season's slogan moves to M.T.A.G. (13-20-1-7).  This slogan evokes the eminent M.G. pairing, common in the media because the struggle between the ideologies of 7 and 13 is so important. M.T.A.F. (13-20-1-6) would exactly follow the "Rule of 3", however would not precisely represent the Yankees as an organization.

"Make The Connection" (2015)
The Yankee's 2015 slogan begs the audience to connect the dots, read in between the lines, fill in the blanks, see the forest for the trees, and realize the simplicity of the Alphabet Code.  M.T.C. = 13-20-3, following the "Rule of 3".  M (13) and C (3) are "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet.  They are used in combination with the 20th letter T, which acts as a catalyzer.  Once people start to "make the connection", the curtain will fall on the stage that is the world.

"Heroes Remembered, Legends Born" (2012)
H.R.L.B. = 8-18-12-2.  The first thing to recognize in this example is that because each letter is Even, they are in agreement.  Next, notice the eminent L.B. pairing, which is common because the ratio between those two letters (12-2) is 6.  The H.R. pairing is also common (Houston Rockets) because they are the two letters containing an 8 according to their place in the alphabet.

"The Final Season" (2008)

A simple example which follows the "Rule of 3" as T.F.S., 20-6-19.  Letters F and S are "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet.  The 20th letter T strengthens them.

"Where Players Become Legends" (2007)

W.P.B.L moves to 23-16-2-12.  The first three letters follow the "Rule of 3".  W (23) and P (16) are "3" letters strengthened by the primary letter B.  The last pair, B.L. (2-12) is common because the ratio between them is 6.

"Pride, Power, Pinstripes" (2006)

A simple use of alliteration which trivializes the code.  P (16) is a "3" letter which is strengthened through bonds with itself.

"Looking Back, Looking Forward" (2005)
L.B.L.F. equals 12-2-12-6.  Another example where consonance is created by the use of only even letters.  Because of the comma, the statement is more like 12-2, then 12-6.  The ratio of 6, then the ratio of 2.  The code hides beauty behind deception.

"World Class" (2004)
Another simple example of the "Rule of 3", W.C. is extremely common, moving to 23-3.

"At Any Moment A Great Moment" (1991)
Like 2016's slogan, this is a statement about the relationship between G (7) and M (13).  A.A.M.A.G.M. equals 1-1-13-1-7-13.  Substituting F for G would cause the slogan to follow the "Rule of 3", however that is not the intent.

Until now, the code has been kept secret so that the public is blinded to the deep truth which it utilizes.  The best way to understand this important concept of numerology is by looking at names.  Our initials reflect each of us in the same way that media pieces are meant to be representative of their initials.  Many professional athletes have names which follow the "Rule of 3" because this group of letter-numbers possess symbolism related to compatible ideas.  Generally, each letter and its corresponding number symbolize ideas related to the most important, common words beginning with that letter.  M (13), P (16), S (19) and W (23), for example, correspond with things like Man and Muscle, Pain and Pleasure, Sex and Super, and Want and Winning, respectively.  All of these ideas are related to sports, so people of these initials often excel in this area.  Those who have initials of the opposing group, including E (5), G (7), L (12), N (14) and O (15), are more likely to have interests related to the ideas which these letters represent, which can be simply described as more feminine, poetic, and artistic.

By possessing names whose initials follow the "Rule of 3", many Yankee heroes exhibit the power initials have in shaping who we become in life.  Billy Martin (William Martin)
, for example, follows as W.M. (23-13).  Bill Dickey (William Dickey) follows the "Rule of 3" as W.D. (23-4).  W is a "3" letter which is strengthened by the primary letter D.  Mickey Mantle is an easy example of the "Rule of 3".  The 13th letter M is strengthened by alliteration.  Whitey Ford was not his birth name, however stage names are chosen by the powers that be so that they fit with the code.  W.F. follows the "Rule of 3" as 23-6.  Mel Stottlemyre does as M.S. (13-19).  Don Mattingly is D.M. (4-13).  Like William Dickey, it is the combination of a "3" letter, and the catalyzing primary letter D.  Casey Stengal also fits as C.S. (3-19), the combination of "3" letters.  Bernie Williams is an important pairing in the media, B.W. (2-23).  Wade Boggs is the same reversed.  The preeminent letter W is strengthened by the primary letter B.  Jorge Posada is a common type of name, the combination of the catalyzer J (10) and a last name, in this case the "3" letter P (16).  Tino Martinez combines the 13th letter M and the catalyzing 20th letter T, again following the "Rule of 3".  Thurman Munson is the same.  Andy Pettitte (A.P., 1-16) strengthens P through combination with the alphabet's lead letter.  


Other player names which don't follow the "Rule of 3" still provoke interesting analysis:  Bobby Murcer (Robert Murcer), Roger Maris, and Mariano Rivera for example, are all the combination of M (13) and R (18), which is related to Royalty and Regality (Rex is also Latin for king).  Goose Gossage (Richard Gossage) and Ron Guidry are both the Regal R and Godly G.  Derek Jeter and Joe DiMaggio are both J (10), symbolizing perfection, and D (4), symbolizing Drive, Duty, Direction.  DiMaggio is interesting because although strictly speaking his initials are J.D. (10-4), there is the suggestion of M (13) as another initial.  Like all names, Babe Ruth (George Herman Ruth) seems to make sense when examined.  G.H.R. equals 7-8-18, the letters which represent God and Goodness, Health and Happiness, then Royalty and Regality.  Be sure to look at my analysis of the code's use in MLB teams names.