Thursday, January 9, 2020

San Francisco founded to Tishabav 2020 #3022

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  1. Thu, 28 March 1776 = 8th of Nisan, 5536
    "ח׳ בְּנִיסָן תקל״ו" = 122 (Hebrew Ordinal)
    "ח׳ בְּנִיסָן תקל״ו" = 41 (Hebrew Reduction)
    "ח׳ בְּנִיסָן תקל״ו" = 716 (Hebrew Gematria)
    "ח׳ בְּנִיסָן תקל״ו" = 1366 (Hebrew Soffits)

    8th of Nisan....Nisan is the 1st or 7th month.

    "Golden Gate Bridge" = 81 (Full Reduction)
    "Golden Gate Bridge" = 810 (English Sumerian)
    "Golden Gate" = 180 (Reverse Ordinal)
    "Venus" = 81 (English Ordinal)
    "Venus" = 18 (Full Reduction)

    Colonization* of the Bay was assigned to Juan Batista de Anza, a third-generation frontier soldier, who, in late 1775, led a land party of 240 men, women and children, from Tubac (near present-day Tucson, Arizona) to Mission San Gabriel. Anza arrived at Mission San Gabriel (present-day Los Angeles) on January 4, 1776. After helping Rivera y Moncada, Governor of California, subdue an Indian revolt at San Diego, Anza left most of the party at Monterey and led an advance guard to San Francisco Bay. Apparently Rivera would not allow Anza to bring the settlers along because he did not want to weaken Monterey and because he believed that San Francisco was too foggy (!) to sustain a colony. The small party under Anza's leadership, which included his lieutenant, José Moraga, reached the tip of the San Francisco peninsula on March 28, 1776. At the site now occupied by Fort Point, Anza had a cross planted to mark the location of the future presidio. The site** was of course selected for its strategic position allowing surveillance of the entrance to the bay.