Kid A - Released 11 Months and 9 Days Before 9/11
The Album Kid A was released on October 2, 2000.
There is a theory suggesting that Radiohead's Kid A predicted 9/11.
The numbers 119 and 41 are encoded in the gematria of 'Kid A'.
The date September 11, 2001 has numerology of 41.
September 11, 2001 = 9 + 11 + 20 + 1 = 41
Combining the English ordinal (25) and full reduction (16) of 'Kid A' is equal to 41.
25 + 16 = 41
From the release of Kid A (October 2, 2000) to September 11, 2001 is 11 months and 9 days.
'How to Disappear Completely' is one song from Kid A many listeners have said could be about 9/11.
Combining the reverse ordinal (352) and full reduction (116) of 'How to Disappear Completely' is equal to 468.
The album Amnesiac was released on June 5, 2001.
From the release of Kid A (October 2, 2000), to the release of Amnesiac (June 5, 2001) is 246 days.
The numbers 246 and 119 are related as the 119th day of the year (April 29) leaves 246 days remaining in the year.
Amnesiac - Released 98 Days Before 9/11 - 98, 171, 1019
From the release of Amnesiac (June 5, 2001) to September 11, 2001 is 98 days.
The sum of the divisors of 98 is equal to 171.
171 is connected to 119 as the 171st prime number is 1019.
Amnesiac Insert - Decline and Fall of The Roman Empire Volume II (112)
One of the photos on the insert of the album Amnesiac shows a picture of the skyline of a city with the words, “THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE VOLUME II”.
Notice how the letters are overlaid on the picture above. The letters (I, N, E, R, O, M) are overlaid on the twin towers.
Combining the English ordinal (74) and full reduction (38) of 'INEROM' is equal to 112.
74 + 38 = 112
Combining the English ordinal (65) and full reduction (47) of 'Radiohead' is equal to 112.
65 + 47 = 112
Combining the reverse ordinal (83) and reverse full reduction (29) of 'Kid A' is equal to 112.
83 + 29 = 112
The letters I, N, E, R, O and M form the anagram, 'I'm Nero'.
In 64 AD most of Rome was burned to the ground. Within a generation of the Great Fire of Rome, most Romans believed Nero himself started the fire.
You and Whose Army - Holy Roman Empire (119)
The song from Amnesiac which references 'Holy Roman Empire' is 'You and Whose Army'.