Heads up on the Natalie Wood murder!!!
I flagged 11/28 for a mass shooting because of Walmart pulling their guns off the shelves. Walmart = 333 ...11/28 is the 333rd day of the year with 33 days remaining 1128 = Presidential alert
Natalie Wood went missing on 11/28/1981
Draconid meteor shower – also called the Giacobinids
The Earth is passing through bits of the comet's debris — which show up as meteors, or shooting stars, in the sky — best seen late Tuesday (election)/early Wednesday morning this week. They'll continue to be visible in the early morning sky, usually starting at 1 or 2 a.m. until before dawn, through Nov. 7.
They synced Natalie Wood's death up with Ronald Reagan's assassination attempt. Reagan shot on 3/30 = 3/3 Natalie Wood went missing on 11/28 (Sat, 28 November 1981 = 2nd of Kislev, 5742) Kislev is the 3rd month. Wood went missing the evening of 11/28 that was 3/3 in J calendar.
Sat, 28 November 1981 = 2nd of Kislev, 5742
Turned 3/3 at sunset on 11/28
Sun, 29 November 1981 = 3rd of Kislev, 5742
Date in J calendar 11/28/2020
Sat, 28 November 2020 = 12th of Kislev, 5781
"י״ב בְּכִסְלֵו תשפ״א" = 38 (Hebrew Reduction)
"י״ב בְּכִסְלֵו תשפ״א" = 119 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"י״ב בְּכִסְלֵו תשפ״א" = 911 (Hebrew Gematria)
"י״ב בְּכִסְלֵו תשפ״א" = 911 (Hebrew Soffits)
3+3+57+81 = 144
Bitcoin paper turned 144 months old today on Halloween
10/31/2008 to 10/31/2020 = 144 months old
Natalie Wood was born Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko in San Francisco, California, the daughter of Russian immigrant parents Nikolai Stepanovich Zakharenko (1912–1980) and Maria Stepanovna Zakharenko (née Zudilova; 1908–1998). Natalia's father was born in Vladivostok into the poor family of Stepan Zakharenko, a chocolate-factory worker who joined the anti-Bolshevik civilian forces during the Russian Civil War. Her grandfather was killed in 1918 in a street fight in Vladivostok between Red and White Russian soldiers. After that, his wife and her three sons fled to their relatives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Later, they moved to San Francisco, where Nikolai worked as a day laborer and carpenter.
Natalia's mother, Maria, was born in Barnaul, southern Siberia. Maria's father, Stepan Zudilov, owned soap and candle factories, as well as an estate outside the city. With the start of the civil war, his family left Russia, resettling as refugees in the Chinese city of Harbin. Maria married Alexander Tatuloff in China and had a daughter, Olga (1928–2015). Natalia liked to describe her family as having been either gypsies or landowning aristocrats in Russia. In her youth, her mother had dreamed of becoming an actress or ballet dancer. Natalia and her sisters were raised Russian Orthodox. As an adult, she stated, "I'm very Russian, you know." She spoke both English and Russian with an American accent.
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