Assassination attempt - Wikipediaen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attempted_assassination_of_Ronald_ReaganAlthough Reagan came close to death, the team's quick action—and Parr's decision .....March 30...I wasn't expected anything like this. Except now that I think about recent pattern-clusters... like the "Bang! Bang!" pattern-cluster, I can see that the inner twin world were building up to this event. It simply fits.
Note the number 69-- another design influence of the inner twin world... a signature of sorts given that the 6 and 9 are the same except upside down from one another-- a symbol of our conjoined bodies and "complimentary opposite" worlds. There is a message in the numbers that I've posted about earlier so I won't go into that. Note the following:
Note from James Brady's wiki page:
James Scott "Jim" Brady(August 29, 1940 – August 4, 2014)His birthday is an addition to the recent "August 27, 28, 29, 30, 31/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.
Note this next excerpt involving the assassin's motive:
Note the following involving one of the actors of the film:
We have another addition to the "August 27, 28, 29, 30, 31/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.
Note this next excerpt from the Assassinations wiki page:
ABC temporarily renamed the lead character of The Greatest American Hero from "Ralph Hinkley" to "Hanley",[59
Shocked Americans gathered around television sets in homes and shopping centers. Some cited the alleged Curse of Tippecanoe,
The curse involved 7 Presidential deaths, the near death of Reagan, and President George W. Bush who remained alive during his stint, and then again he wasn't elected. This is likely no coincidence or curse, butt the smoke and mirrors of the inner twin world. It's unclear why they didn't continue with the smoke and mirrors when it came to Reagan, because most certainly, if they wanted him to die like the rest, they would have made it so.
- The name Curse of Tippecanoe (also known as Tecumseh's Curse, thePresidential Curse, Zero-Year Curse, the Twenty-Year Curse, or theTwenty-Year Presidential Jinx) is used to describe the regular death in office of Presidents of the United States elected or re-elected in years evenly divisible by twenty