Saturday, 30 December 2017

modest mo(use the moon &) antarctica - December 26, 2004 - (Good News for People Who Love)

December 26 (12/26), 2004 



The cover of the remastered version of 'The Moon & Antarctica' is shown below.


The remastered version of 'The Moon and Antarctica' was released on March 9, 2004 (the 69th day of the year).



Notice how the letters are overlaid on the art.  The part of the cover representing the moon has the writing 'use the moon &' overlaid.

Consider the shape of the ampersand symbol, and how it may be used as a representation of the moon's orbit and sacred geometry.



The next release by Modest Mouse was, 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News' on April 6, 2004.



Combining the English ordinal (202) and full reduction (67) of 'leave out the bad news' is equal to 269.


202 + 67 = 269


April 6, 2004 leaves 269 days in the year.



269, the 57th prime number.



Moon is equal to 57 (English Ordinal).



Recall how the ampersand symbol (&) was used on the cover of the remastered version of 'The Moon and Antarctica' as a representation of the moon's orbit and sacred geometry.




The only cypher which assigns a value to the ampersand symbol (&) is Jewish ordinal (discovered by Derek, the creator of Gematrinator.com) based on the original Latin alphabetic order.


'Good News for People Who Love; use the moon &' is equal to 462 (the reflection of 264) in Jewish ordinal.



From the release of 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News' (April 6, 2004) to December 26, 2004 is 264 days.



Remember, 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News' was released on a day which leaves 269 days remaining in the year.

Letting 1226 represent the date December 26 (12/26), and subtracting 962 (the reflection of 269) equals 264.

1226962 = 264


Now consider the gematria of the phrase, 'use the moon'.

'use the moon' is equal to 135 (English and reverse ordinal) and 45 (full reduction).




From the release of 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News' (April 6, 2004) to December 26, 2004 is 264 days.

264 − 135 = 129 [like the reflection of the date September 21 (9/21)]

264 − 45 = 219 [like the date September 21 (21/9) can be written]


September 21, the 264th day of the year.



Consider also that Modest Mouse's two major label releases prior to 9/11 were 'The Lonesome Crowded West' (November 18, 1997) and 'The Moon & Antarctica' (June 13, 2000).

The Lonesome Crowded West was released 199 weeks prior to 9/11.


The Moon & Antarctica was released 65 weeks prior to 9/11.


199 + 65 = 264



Transposing The Date (9/21/2003)

From the date September 21 (9/21), 2003 to December 26, 2004 is 462 (the reflection of 264) days.




Finally, consider themes related to the moon, it's effect on tidal waves and being submerged in water on songs, '3rd Planet', 'Gravity Rides Everything' and 'Float On'.



Gravity Rides Everything

No one really cared for it at all
Not the gravity plan

When we die some sink and some lay
But at least I don't see you float away


The official music video for the song 'Float On' (posted on Modest Mouse's VEVO).  Note the exact time (2:35) this shot of the night's sky appears.


To understand some of the underlying significance of the number 235, read Zachary K. Hubbard's decode of the film 'The Signal'.


The film, curiously enough was released on the 14th anniversary of the original release date (June 13, 2000) of The Moon & Antarctica.

The number 2.3.5.41 shown in the film:


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