This website exists to explain how the Government-Media uses letters and numbers to subliminaly program and control the people. This secret code's most important parameter is the "Rule of 3", a simple form. People tend to think that our American culture is an amalgam of thousands of loosely related forces. The truth is that it is completely controlled by a single entity, the collective will of the group which is known as the Illuminati, or Legion. The omnipresence of the code is itself proof that this group has achieved total encompassing worldwide control.
Understanding the code is elementary, once you are told about it. The problem is, no one ever thought to look for it because no one knew that it existed. This problem is compounded by its usage. In certain times in history, Americans have been blind-sided by world events, so the code was used brazenly. Other times, its use is more shaded. One Platinum-selling album might contain only single-word titles, which has the effect of trivializing the code's existence. Another Gold-selling album might contain long titles with obtuse references to the code, while another so-called "indie" album's song titles might each follow the "Rule of 3" exactly. But once you understand how it works, you will begin to see it everywhere. Now let's examine an album, Dave Matthews Band's Crash, to see how the majority of its song titles very clearly adhere to the code's main "Rule of 3".
1. "So Much To Say"
S.M.T.S. = 19-13-20-19
M (13) and S (19) are "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 in their place in the alphabet. T (20) is a catalyzing, strengthening letter. Like most of the songs on this album, and countless other media titles, this simply follows the Alphabet Conspiracy's "Rule of 3".
2. "Two Step"
T.S. = 20-19
Just like "So Much To Say", "Two Step" contains T.S., following the same rule. Because of the numeric title, it could alternatively translate to 2-19, which also follows the "Rule of 3",
3. "Crash Into Me"
C.I.M. = 3-9-13
When you consider that this album is called Crash, then you see this song title with an additional two words, that may make you wonder. But that's just another distraction. This title also follows the "Rule of 3".
4. "Too Much"
T.M. = 20-13
Again follows main "Rule of 3", the combination of the catalyzing 20th letter T and the 13th letter M which symbolizes Man.
D.A. = 4-1
This type of title exists to trivialize the code and the importance of numerology. D (4) symbolizes the ideas of Death, Destruction, Demons, and the Devil. Combining it with the number 1 gives it strength. There must be exceptions to the "Rule of 3" so that the code's pattern is not easily recognized.
6. "Say Goodbye"
S.G. = 19-7
This is an interesting example because the 19th letter combined with the 7th does not follow the code's main "Rule of 3". But, consider the title itself. It's as if the implication is "Say Goodbye to S.G."
7. "Drive In, Drive Out"
D.I.D.O. = 4-9-4-15
This is a title which expands upon the sophistication and mystique of the code. It can alternatively be read D.I., D.O. Consider that "four" and "for" are homonyms. While D can symbolize evil, it can also be used as a placeholder for the word "for". The letter I symbolizes the Self, and the Universe, while the letter O symbolizes Origin, and the Cyclical World. Put it all together, and there's a truly profound message here. All famous performers understand and use these ideas in their work. Popular song titles all contain a secret secondary layer of irony.
8. "Let You Down"
L.Y.D. = 12-25-4
When pronouns like "you", "me", "they" and "we" are present, the conspiracy of numerology is supplanted by that of rhetoric. For the past century, in the Illuminati controlled mass media, "you" has been used as a code word to mean "God". That's why there are so many songs which pay tribute to how great "you" are. This song is a lament about the speaker's sadness in disappointing his Lord.
9. "Lie In Our Graves"
L.I.O.G. = 12-9-15-7
Besides the I, the initials of this song are all right-sided letters, which are in opposition to the leftist "3" group. If you listen to the song, you can tell how it reflects its title. It's far more light-hearted and whimsical than the album's other songs which consist of "3" letters as initials.
10. "Cry Freedom"
C.F. = 3-6
Again, this titles follows main "Rule of 3". Also a common initial combination (Cape Fear, Cabin Fever, Calgary Flames) due to the suggestion of .666 because F / (C + F) = 6 / 9 = .666. The pairing H.P. (8-16) works the same: P / (H + P) = 16 / 24 = .666.
11. "Tripping Billies"
T.B. - 20-2
B (2) and T (20) are both part of the catalyst group of letters, so this title follows the "Rule of 3" despite containing no "3" letters. The combination of these two letters also makes sense because they both contain 2. Thus, there is agreement between them.
12. "Proudest Monkey"
P.M. = 16-13
Follows main "Rule of 3".
The album title Crash, C.R.A.S.H., follows the code as an individual word. When a title is especially short, the code can be applied within single words. The pairing C.R. (3-18) is common because the 3rd and 18th letters simplifies algebraically to 1-6. Then, there's A.S. (1-19), which follows the code by combining the primary letter A (1) with the important S (19), which symbolizes Sex or Supremacy. The letter H (8), symbolizing Happiness, is often used in conjunction with "3" letters , to emphasize the intrinsic relationship between their respective ideas.
There are many other examples of the code's "Rule of 3" throughout Matthews' career. The albums Away From The World (A.F.T.W., 1-6-20-23), Busted Stuff (B.S., 2-19), Before These Crowded Streets (B.T.C.S., 2-20-3-19) and singles "Ant's Marching" (A.M., 1-13), "Typical Situation" (T.S., 20-19), "Stay (Wasting Time)" (S.W.T., 19-23-20), "The Space Between" (T.S.B., 20-19-2), "I Did It" (I.D.I., 9-4-9), "Funny The Way It Is" (F.T.W.I.I., 6-20-23-9-9), and "Why I Am" (W.I.A., 23-9-1). All of these initials contain a multiple of 3, or are the catalyzing letters A, B, D, and T (20).
The "Rule of 3" is basic math, an easily identifiable pattern. But the code is so much more than the sum of its parts. It is the visual representation of poetry itself. To say that numbers don't have any symbolism is the same as saying that, in a painting, if you put 3 lines it would be the same to put 4. It would be as saying, in a song, if you play 6 notes it would be exactly the same to play 7. Obviously, these are untrue statements. Everything, including abstractions like letters and numbers, have real meaning. Hopefully, by studying this website, you are learning about their importance. Educating you about these truths is my absolute obligation. Be sure to also read my examination of albums by David Bowie, Miles Davis and Bob Dylan.