From May 2021 until July 2022, the Society of Jesus (The Jesuit Order) celebrates an Ignatian Year. May 20, 2021 marks the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius’ conversion from a soldier to a holy man, the day it was said he was struck by a cannonball. The Pope and the entire Ignatian family gathered on March 12, 2022, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the canonization of both the founder St. Ignatius of Loyola and the co-founder St. Francis Xavier.
Pope Francis was born on December 17, and this celebration and the execution in Saudi Arabia comes on March 12, the 86th day of his age, or 85-days after his birthday.
Saudi Arabia = 86 & 85
Francis Xavier = 85 (Co-Founder of The Society of Jesus)
Arturo Sosa S.J. = 85 (the Superior General of the Jesuit Order)
Iesus Hominum Salvator = 85 (IHS, the inscription on the Jesuit logo)
Blood Sacrifice = 86
Human Sacrifice = 86
Jesuits = 86
March 12 was the 71st day of the year.
The Society of Jesus = 71 (aka., The Jesuit Order)
St. Francis Xavier = 71 (Co-Founder of The Society of Jesus)
Blood Sacrifice = 71
Human Sacrifice = 71
Sacrifice = 71
Ignatius = 116 (Founder of The Society of Jesus)
Execution = 116
Ignatius of Loyola = 75 (Founder of The Society of Jesus)
Mass Execution = 75
And for the 81 men…
The founder of The Jesuit Order, Ignatius of Loyola, was born on October 23, 1491. March 12 is 140 days after his birthday.
Eighty-One Men = 140
Ritual = 81 & 81 (81 men killed, this was a blood ritual for their masters, The Jesuit Order)
81 Men = 41
Saudi Arabia = 41
Execution of 81 Men = 79
Society of Jesus = 79
And 81 spelled out…
Eighty-One = 54
Jesuit Order = 54
And they claim that the 81 men were executed on charges of terrorism.
Eighty-One = 135, 108 & 54
Terrorism = 135, 108 & 54
The headline “Saudi Arabia executes 81 men in one day, the biggest mass execution in decades” is 62 letters long. And it also reverse-reduces to 367, the 73rd prime.
Sacrifice = 62 & 73
The Jesuits = 62 & 37, the reflection of 73
Whether this execution happened as told or not, it’s very obviously a ritual and tribute to Saudi Arabia’s masters and controllers, the Jesuit Order, and especially to the celebration of the Ignatian Year.