You Are Sleeping But Will Soon Wake

Pretend that a friend is explaining to you about a movie they saw.  It was science fiction, but also political, dramatic, funny, romantic, even whimsical.  A great film attempted to be all things.  Nothing which happened was expected. Everything was striking.  The intensity was biting.  The anticipation was biting.  The characters were enigmatic.  The sets were gorgeous.  The costumes were stunning.  There was music, allure, exotica, dance.  It was like that film which was so great you knew it'd never have a sequel.  The film so enthralling you could smell the saloon's floorboards in the movie theater.

The great thing about the film is that even though it took  place in the real world, it was still somewhere which you wanted to be.  In this film, life was the same, but it was different.  It was almost like real life, but it wasn't really.  It wasn't exactly better or worse, it just wasn't really real life.  It was almost real, but just far enough from real that it became fantasy.  Like the Mona Lisa, the visage most far from human, while still appearing real, borders the delineation of humanness, the film is positioned firmly on the fence separating the ecstasy of lies from the ecstasy of truth.  The film had a plot and it was: 

Start with a number-letter code, in which A equals 1, B equals 2, and C equals 3, all the way to Z equals 26.  The code's most important aspect is the "Rule of 3".  Letters which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet, the "3" group, are used as the initials of mass media pieces in the majority of situations: C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16), S (19), W (23) and Z (26).  This group is also used in combination with catalyzing letters, those which only contain a 0, 1 or 2 according to their place in the alphabet: A (1), B (2), J (10), K (11) and T (20).  The code gives the "3" group power by combining "3" letters with catalysts.  The remaining letters, G (7), L (12), N (14), O (15), Q (17), R (18), V (22), and Y (25) are given less power because they are not commonly used.  The "3" group is most often used as the initials of titles because the ideas which these letters represent often correspond with the media being presented.

An important aspect of the code is that each letter, and its corresponding number, represent ideas related to the most common and important words which begin with that letter.  For example, F (6) represents the concepts of Fun, Fast, and Fuel because these are some of the words most associated with that letter.  The entire alphabet can be assessed in this way.

Major League Soccer (MLS) teams follow the "Rule of 3" because the concepts of sports, including competition, passion, and winning are more related to the "3" group than the other group.  There are currently 23 teams in MLS and all of them either use the "Rule of 3" or exhibit an interesting use of the code.  In order for the code to be effective, it must be used in all possible situations.  Teams are not named by chance, the owners, a poll or voting.  As a culturally influential entity with millions of followers and millions in revenue, MLS is yet another corporation controlled and steered by Freemason interests.  Looking at these team names with knowledge of the code makes that apparent.

Chicago Fire
C.F. is 3-6, one of the most common pairings. It follows the “Rule of 3” as the combination of two "3" letters.

Columbus Crew
C.C. is 3-3, again following the "Rule of 3".  There is also an implication of 666.  The third letter twice suggests 2 out 3, which is .666. 

Montreal Impact
M.I. (13-9) is another common pairing which follows the “Rule of 3” as the combination of "3" letters M (13) and I (9).

Sporting Kansas City
Kansas City is an easy city to assign titles.  Just add S at the beginning and it’s done.  S.K.C. equals 19-11-3, following the “Rule of 3”.  K (11) is a catalyst, strengthening the "3" letters, S (19) and C (3).

Portland Timbers
P.T. (16-20) also follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters P (16) and T (20).

Seattle Sounders
S.S. (19-19) again follows the "Rule of 3" as the alliteration of S (19).

Toronto FC
T.F.C. (Toronto Football Club) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters C (3) and F (6) with catalyst T (20).

FC Dallas
F.C.D. follows the "Rule of 3" as 6-3-4.  F (6) and C (3) are "3" letters because they contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet.  The primary 4th letter D here acts as a catalyst.

It's interesting that the "FC" portion is first in the case of Dallas, and second in the case of Toronto.  The reason for this discrepancy must be that T.F.C. and F.C.D. use the code more appropriately than D.F.C. (Dallas FC) and F.C.T. (FC Toronto).

Colorado Rapids
When first looking at a cipher, it's best to identify anything noteworthy whatsoever.  You should note, for example, divisibility.  C.R. (3-18) is an extremely common pairing because the ratio created between the 3rd and 18th letters is the eminent 6.

Orlando City SC
Because they are all "3" letters, it's convenient that F.C. and S.C. (soccer club, 19-3) are commonly added to team names.  The inclusion of "city" here is curious because it's not a nickname known widely for Orlando.  We know that O.C. follows the code because of examples like the show The O.C. and the pop band Owl City.  It suggests E (5) because it equals the ratio 15-3.  The remaining C.S.C. (3-19-3) follows the "Rule of 3".

New York City FC
It's hard to align the code with N.Y.C. (14-25-3).  At the very least, this team name through word association connects the city with the idea of F.C. (6-3).  The future MLS team Los Angeles FC uses the same idea.

New York Red Bulls
We know that N.Y.R. follows the code because of the Rangers, the city's hockey team.  N.Y.R.B. continues upon that course as 14-25-18-2.  

LA Galaxy
L.A.G. equals 12-1-7.  L and G are commonly paired together because they are both of the group which opposes the "3" letters.  LG Electronics, for example.  The inclusion of the A is not insignificant, but basically acts as a buffer for the L.G. bond.  G (7) and L (12) are both right-sided, in opposition to the leftist "3" group.  G (7) stands for Great, God, Gold.  L (12) for Love, Live, Labor.  The ideas of L.A.G. is what the Media want Los Angeles to encapsulate.

Houston Dynamo
We know that H.D. (8-4) is an important bond because of example like Desperate Housewives, The Deer Hunter, and "high definition" video.  There is the subtle suggestion of 666 because H / (D + H) = 8 / 12 = .666.

Vancouver Whitecaps 
V.W. (22-23) is actually an extremely important pairing.  Consider, there is V.W. cars, the Van Wilder films, and the pop band Vampire Weekend.  Like the common pairings F.G. (6-7) and R.S. (18-19), it ascends a letter.  This bond is a statement about the clash between the ideologies of V and W.  V (22) is feminine and right-sided, standing for Village, Valley, Vagina.  W (23) is masculine and left-sided, standing for Winning, Wanting, War.

D.C. United
This is an especially interesting example because it seems to suggest the unification of D  (4) and C (3), and their disparate symbolism.  The implication is almost "D and C are united."  Notably, future MLS teams Atlanta United FC and Minnesota United FC use the same word.  In their cases, the implication seems to be "Atlanta and Minnesota are united with F.C."

Philadelphia Union
P.U. moves to 16-21.  U is not a "3" letter, but it does contain both 1 and 2 according to its place in the alphabet.  That means that it acts as a catalyst, for P in this case.  The only numbers present in these initials are 1, 2 and the ever-important 6.  U (21) can be summarized as Unity, Universe, Union.  It is a disenfranchised letter currently, but the existence of the European Union and United Nations tells us that it will probably become more influential in the future.

Real Salt Lake
We know that R.S. is common because the code prefers to ascend between adjacent letters (Remington Steele, Rolling Stone, Real Steel).  The S.L. (19-12) portion isn't as common, but we can also consider this cipher S with the R.L. (18-12) pairing surrounding it, which is sort of the opposite of 2/3 (.666) because it simplifies to 3/2 (1.5).  Total Request Live (TRL) or Ralph Lauren, for example.

San Jose Earthquakes
S.J.E. equals 19-10-5.  The S.J. portion follows the "Rule of 3" easily, so the inclusion of the 5th letter is a little baffling considering a "3" letter would follow the code simply.  The important thing to recognize here is that the initials of professional sports teams are meant to represent the temperament of that locality itself.

New England Revolution
N.E.R. equals 14-5-18.  Close to the New England Patriots (N.E.P., 14-5-16), this example doesn't follow the "Rule of 3", however accurately represents a locality.

The code is simple, but can profoundly change your life.  Understanding it means that you understand the encompassing treachery of the Media-Government.  It also means that you are capable of understanding esoteric subjects like Kabbalah and Supreme Mathematics.  Harnessing this knowledge can lead you to great personal intellectual expansion.