Tags : P Names

P Pilgrims = 322 (Primes), 34 (Septenary), 113 (Reverse Ordinal), 123 (ALW Kabbalah), 66 (LCH Kabbalah) Pilgrims = 322 (Primes) Not the version you learned in K-12 MK-Ultra programming school, but it’s a more realistic version. Recommended Reading… The Secret Founding of America: The Real Story of Freemasons, Puritans and the Battle for the New … Read more

P Pilgrims = 322 (Primes), 34 (Septenary), 113 (Reverse Ordinal), 123 (ALW Kabbalah), 66 (LCH Kabbalah) Pilgrims = 322 (Primes) Not the version you learned in K-12 MK-Ultra programming school, but it’s a more realistic version. Recommended Reading… The Secret Founding of America: The Real Story of Freemasons, Puritans and the Battle for the New … Read more

Philip-Morris = 322 (Franc Baconis) P Philip-Morris = 322 (Franc Baconis), 86 (LCH Kabbalah), 184 (ALW Kabbalah) The Philip-Morris company states its history is traced to a London tobacconist, Philip Morris, opening a single shop on London’s Bond Street in 1847 which sold tobacco and cigarettes. In 1881, Philip Morris’ son, Leopard Morris, established “Philip … Read more

Philip-Morris = 322 (Franc Baconis) P Philip-Morris = 322 (Franc Baconis), 86 (LCH Kabbalah), 184 (ALW Kabbalah) The Philip-Morris company states its history is traced to a London tobacconist, Philip Morris, opening a single shop on London’s Bond Street in 1847 which sold tobacco and cigarettes. In 1881, Philip Morris’ son, Leopard Morris, established “Philip … Read more

P Pamela = 322 (Trigonal), 33 (Reverse Full & Single Reduction), 74 (Francis Bacon), 147 (English Extended), 84 (KFW) Pamela is a feminine given name. Pamela is often abbreviated to Pam. Pamela is infrequently used as a surname. Sir Philip Sidney invented the name Pamela for a pivotal character in his epic prose work, The … Read more

P Pamela = 322 (Trigonal), 33 (Reverse Full & Single Reduction), 74 (Francis Bacon), 147 (English Extended), 84 (KFW) Pamela is a feminine given name. Pamela is often abbreviated to Pam. Pamela is infrequently used as a surname. Sir Philip Sidney invented the name Pamela for a pivotal character in his epic prose work, The … Read more