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The Arrivals parts 43-44: Symbolism Of 9-11 & The Significance Of The Kaaba

The next video is actually very deep. Feel free to see it a few times and also research on it to understand it better:

This next one is easier to understand and so I hope you enjoy it:

The only thing that got to me was the whole “101” thing? I tried to research it and find out it’s meaning in relation to freemasons since the masonic lodge. I did understand that 9/11 challenges God but 101 was shown without any explanation. First I took a look at what it meant in relation to the movie Matrix:

101 actually appears a number of times in all three films, and though no one knows exactly what it means (if anything), the popular explanation is this: 101 is binary for 5 (which to a computer is the sixth number because computers count from 0), and the events of the three films take place in the 6th interation of the Matrix. Neo is the sixth One, this is the sixth time the machines have destroyed Zion (that’s the place where the free humans lived).

Then I found out something interesting:

Another popular explanation for its prominence: 101 is a direct reference to George Orwell’s 1984. Room 101 is the place in which a persons greatest fear of all is enclosed.

To me that makes sense as far as the connection with challenging God is concerned. God is all about faith (Hebrews 11:6; Mark 11:22), so fear is exactly what the devil would use against you. Most likely from a biblical perspective, fear is the opposite of love:

There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love 1 John 4:18

For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind 2 Tim 1:7

This means love is strong and that fear is not of God. Now I don’t know if that plays a role as far as the masonic lodges are concerned but at least we know the number on it has some significance.


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