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Master Numbers Everywhere

Posted: March 27, 2011 by ElevenElevenTruth in 11:11, Ancient gods & demons, New Age

If you are new to this blog, please read the other posts to get an idea of what we are about. You will be able to tell by some of the comments that we aren’t popular with the New Agers out there. But you will also be able to tell that we, too, have been having the same experience of seeing 11:11 and other “Master Numbers” everywhere.

There is one who fancies himself the master of the universe. His number is the number of man, and we know it to be six hundred, sixty and six.

Does anyone wonder that his ‘friends’ – the demons, the ‘spirit guides’ or ‘spirit guardians’ – want to help get humans wrapped up in the meaning of numbers?

Jesus said that Satan is a liar, and the father of lies. He said that Satan was a liar and a murderer from the beginning. He can appear as an angel of light. People with itching ears, always looking for new teachers and masters, will gladly listen to ‘new’ spirituality, and they will happily follow a ‘spirit guide’, even giving themselves over to be inhabited by such spirits in the hope of enlightenment that puts them a few steps ahead of their friends.

11:11 is not a fad. It’s a carefully planned, masterful deception.

Question everything, and test it against the Word of God!




By [i]Conundrum[ii]404

Anyone who knows about reading science fiction knows that one must “suspend disbelief” in order to accept a premise – no matter how wild – so that one can get into the story and truly enjoy it. Really good writers of science fiction know how to tie their plots, characters and setting into true and real historical settings. They do their research. They know their subject very well, and because of all the wonderful details they place in the story, they make it more believable.

In Part One of this series ( I tackled the thought that there was a “ruling elite” that has a plan for our world, and that we have been being pre-conditioned to accept that plan through movies, television, newspapers, internet, radio and a variety of other methods.


I’ve always considered science fiction to be a sort of modern-day prophecy: a peek into what our scientists are really doing. Some of our greatest science fiction writers have been highly intellectual and educated men. I do not say that these “prophets” were necessarily Biblical in their prophecy, but I mean that they were foretelling (or forth-telling) those amazing details that the general population of the world could not even imagine, yet which later came true. HOW such prophecies could come to light is a subject for discussion a little later, but it is useful to note that the term “prophet”, while not a “scientific” word, will prove to be a word with which we simply cannot dispense as we analyze the [iv]memes that have arisen as a result of the prognostications and ideas inherent in the very plausible fiction of these writers.

Some of the authors of famous science fiction write (or wrote) from a philosophical standpoint, with enough solid physical science and knowledge of the general universe to create a plausible story in which the readers could become immersed.

C.S. (Jack) Lewis was one such author, whose prescience of things to come was amazing given the years in which he wrote his celebrated space trilogy, Out of the Silent Planet,  Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength (copyrighted in 1938, 1944 and 1945-1946 respectively). These books tackled the motive behind our world’s desire to expand beyond our polluted borders and have some sort of descendants of humanity on galactic outposts. Jack’s explanation of the penchant for humans to do the wrong thing for the wrong motive was poignantly interwoven with the reality of the spiritual warfare that exists in our world: the battle between darkness and light.

Mr. Lewis, who was an professor of medieval and Renaissance literature at Oxford and Cambridge universities began as an atheist, once set out to disprove the existence of God (YHWH, or Jehovah), and found that instead he proved the existence of God the Father, Adonai Elohim, who sent His own son, Jesus (Yeshua) to die for mankind in order to reconcile them to Himself. Mr. Lewis had a keen understanding of man’s fallen nature, and realized that without the help of the Holy Spirit, man would always make the wrong choice because he would always believe that the end justified the means, and small people would fall to the evil will and intentions of the big people. His eloquence and spiritual insight were far ahead of his time, and he displayed a keen understanding of the war that was going to take over the world.

After all, Mr. Lewis lived during the time of [v]Hitler and the [vi]Second World War. He wrote of rationing, bomb shelters and blackout time even in his children’s literature, The Chronicles of Narnia. It is reasonable therefore to assume that, being a highly educated man, he must have known about some of the experiments Hitler was attempting to do in order to usher in the Novus Ordo Seclorum – the new order of the ages, or, The New World Order.

Other authors of science fiction write (or wrote) from a scientific standpoint, and their ultimate goal seems to have been the expanding of our minds to try to understand what could (and possibly, from their vantage point, should) be. [vii]Isaac Asimov practically defined the laws of robotics by which many other writers framed their own stories. Furthermore, he saw the possibilities of a positronic brain, and others followed suit.

I, Robot gave the world the thought of a self-aware robot that still had certain restraints due to the three laws of Robotics. Gene Roddenberry’s “Data” character from Star Trek – The Next Generation,  uses Mr. Asimov’s idea of a robot that can evolve to become self-aware, with artificial intelligence that can desire emotion. Bi-Centennial Man showed that Andrew, the robot, eventually achieved the status of a human being, and Star Trek’s “Data” got an emotion chip, could play music perfectly, and learned to tell a joke. Mr. Roddenberry not only gave a nod to Mr. Asimov: he embraced his theories.

Furthermore, the psycho-social-political-scientific setting for the Foundation series showed that Mr. Asimov did indeed have a sense of order, abhorred chaos, and appreciated the impact of science on the world, while still believing that humans had something that robots never truly would have, though the robots could come close once they were started in the right general direction. There is no real God in Asimov’s writing, but there is a certain moral compass. Asimov’s influence on the genre of science fiction was tremendous, and he is one whom I consider to be a sort of prophet of the science community.

Ray Bradbury, in The Long Years, from The Illustrated Man, a man named Hathaway has retired on Mars. His beloved wife and family have died, so he has created androids in their image so that he doesn’t have to be alone. As he is preparing to die, he asks the visiting Captain Wilder not to trouble his android family with his death because they will not understand. Captain Wilder leaves the android family on Mars after Hathaway’s death, and readers are left to realize that they continue their daily life without Hathaway.

Mr. Bradbury had a darker view of the future, and was preoccupied with Mars as a place that could be explored and settled.

Of course, Mr. Lewis also began his space trilogy with Mars – or Malacandra, as the natives called it. H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds (written in 1898) was made famous by Orson Welles, who broadcast the terrifying story of invaders from Mars landing on the earth and terrorizing humanity as a Halloween prank on October 30, 1938. Mr. Lewis makes reference to this work in his preface to Out of the Silent Planet, which reads thus:

“NOTE: Certain slighting references to earlier stories of this type which will be found in the following pages have been put there for purely dramatic purposes. The author would be sorry if any reader supposed he was too stupid to have enjoyed Mr. H.G. Wells’s fantasies or too ungrateful to acknowledge his debt to them. C.S.L.”

This fascination – this love-hate relationship we humans have with Mars and outer space is not new. Before movies and books there were radio shows and newspapers, and before that even pictographs and hieroglyphics dating back as far as the ancient Sumerians who, like the later Egyptians, told their stories in clay figures, in cuneiform, and on the walls of caves, shrines and burial tombs.


In the truly horrible movie, The Fourth Kind, [spoiler alert] the audience is left to believe that ancient Sumerian gods [demons] are abducting humans and conducting experiments on them. They appear to subjects as barn owls, and under hypnosis people suddenly recall horrible experiments that the little gray aliens are performing on them. These aliens have the ability to inhabit the body of the victim and speak ancient Sumerian, claiming that they are our god and that they created us, therefore they have the right to take their victims and experiment on them.

The Fourth Kind was hideous for three very important reasons:

1.       It was fiction that was presented as fact, and as such was heart-rending and traumatizing because viewers were forced to watch what was presented as real footage of a man killing his family and then himself so that “they” wouldn’t be able to experiment on them anymore.

2.       Though the main character, a Dr. Abigail Tyler, is shown praying over dinner with her blind daughter and hostile teenage son, and though she uses the name of Jesus for that prayer, in the end it is the Sumerian gods that steal her daughter and later inhabit Abigail’s body in order to savagely deliver their message that they are god!

3.       The movie left us with no hope at all. The poor woman’s daughter was gone, she lost her own health when the demon inhabited her and left her a paraplegic, and she has become a broken-down wretch with no hope.

Usually I research a movie before I watch it, because I am looking for clues and connections that can help me make sense of certain experiences of my own. I should have researched The Fourth Kind before I watched it, because if I had I would have realized that it was a fraud. Though it may have been a fairly accurate compilation of events that have really happened to victims of alien encounters and abductions, the drama surrounding the dissemination of these “facts” was utterly fictional and slanted. Any credibility that might have been gained through the method the movie employed to tell the story was lost once we all discovered that the so-called “real” Dr. Abigail Tyler was really actress Charlotte Milchard, even though Milla Jovovich was playing the “dramatized” Dr. Tyler opposite a woman who was supposedly the real-life victim of these events which allegedly took place in Nome, Alaska.

So who cares? If the movie was no good, why bother talking about it?

Let’s just call it the “Sumerian connection”.

To explain, here is a quick history lesson of the ancient world as concerns this topic:

According to some scholars, the great flood of Noah happened somewhere between 2500 and 2304 B.C.

The building of the Tower of Babel by Nimrod is thought to have been somewhere around 2200 B.C., give or take a century.

Egypt is thought to have been established by Mizraim, son of Ham, who was cursed for exposing his father’s (Noah’s )nakedness after the flood.  Mizraim is thought to have rebelled against the God of Noah, and to have founded Egypt (synonymous with Mizraim) on the Nile after the dispersion of the Tower of Babel. This would mean that Egypt did not pre-date the flood of Noah, nor did it pre-date the Tower of Babel. This information will be important later on.

In large part I owe the following time line to and, from which I extrapolated much of the following information.

I.                    The Old Babylonian Period – 2000 – 1595 B.C.
a.       The Ammorites
b.      Sumero-Akkadian civilization with cuneiform writing in the Akkadian language, and the Sumerian language died out as a spoken language, but is still used by scholars and historians.
c.       Hammurapi’s (a.k.a. Hammurabi) Code brought law to the land.
d.      The city-state of Babylon(ia) had been established by Hammurapi.
e.      An, Enlik and Enki headed the religious pantheon of gods, and the chief god was Marduk.
f.        Kassites conquered Babylonia, putting an end to progress for approximately 400 years.
g.       Sealand, a Sumerian nation, continuously attacked Babylonia, but the Kassites eventually drove them back.
h.      The Hittites sacked Babylonia and then withdrew, and the Kassites once more regained control of Babylonia.
II.                  The Middle Babylonian Period – 1595 – 1000 B.C.
a.       The Kassite dynasty was established in 1595.
b.      Rivals with Elam and Assyria
c.       Nebuchadnezzar I was ruler from 1125 – 1104 B.C.
d.      The Arameans brought chaos to Babylonia
III.                The Neo-Babylonian Period – 1000 – 539 B.C.
a.       Assyria made alliances with Babylonian kings
b.      Astrology and worship of astrological deities – 747 – 734 B.C.
c.       Tiglath Pelisir III conquered Babylonia – 744 – 727 B.C.
d.      Babylonian Chronicles are cuneiform tablets that recorded events from 605 – 598 B.C.
i.      Battle of Carchemish – 605 B.C.
ii.      Nebuchadnezzar II crowned
iii.      Capture of Jerusalem – 598 B.C.
e.      Merodach-baladan II troubles Assyrians in Babylonia for years – 721 – 710 B.C.
f.        Sennecharib controls Babylonia from 704 – 681 B.C.
g.       Ashurbanipal reigns from 668 – 627 B.C.
h.      Rise of Persian empire – 653 B.C.
i.         Nabopolassar reigns from 625 – 605 B.C.
j.        Nebuchadnezzar II returned to the throne.
k.       Cyrus the Great of Persia conquered Babylon and liberated the Jews – 539 B.C.
IV.                Post Babylon(ia)
a.       Alexandar the Great of Macedon conquers Mesopotamia (the region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers) – 331 B.C.

From comes the following overview of the rule of what began as Babylonia and ended as Iraq:

“Successively ruled by the Assyrian, Medo-Persian, Seleucid and Parthian empires during the Iron Age and Classical Antiquity, Iraq was conquered by the Rashidun Caliphate and became a center of the Islamic Golden Age during the medieval Abbasid Caliphate. After a series of invasions and conquest by the Mongols and Turkmens, Iraq fell under Ottoman rule in the 16th century, intermittently falling under Mamluk and Safavid control.”

It is interesting to note that Saddam Hussein believed himself to be the reincarnation of Nebuchadnezzar II, and he sought to restore Iraq to the former glory of Babylon.

It is impossible to please everyone with the compilation of dates, since there are many methods of arriving at conclusions based on much scientific evidence, written history, and vested interest in making things “fit” a certain world view. Those people who wish to discredit the existence of a Creator will not sit still for the possibility that Adonai God, or YHWH, created the heavens, the earth and everything else. Thus they will not agree with the historical records that are part of the history of the world according to the Bible.

This is the part where you, the reader, must answer the question in the subtitle of this paper:

Do you really have an open mind? Then prove it.


Stop accepting the “History Channel” version of Creation and Civilizations, and read the Biblical accounts for yourself. If you haven’t read the Bible, you can’t possibly say that you “know” that it has been tampered with or is inaccurate! Stop parroting what others say and read it for yourself.

In fact, do the math problems intrinsic to the historical accounts, and figure out the timelines for the creation to the flood according to the ages of the people mentioned. Then do the math from the flood to the coming of Christ. This is real research, and if you have an open mind, you will read it and do the homework which will prepare you for the next installment.

What does this all have to do with 11:11 and the New Age?

Stay tuned for part three.


[i] Wikipedia explains the meanings of a conundrum:

[ii] Wikipedia explains HTTP expression 404:

[iii] Lyrics from “Sounds of Silence”, by Simon and Garfunkle

[iv] Wikipedia explains the definition of memes:

[v] Wikipedia discusses the life and times of Adolf Hitler:

[vii] Wikipedia discusses Isaac Asimov: