In this latest video (recorded on May 10), Bob and Aaron minister according to the season. Comments from astute viewers on our YouTube channel recently directed us to some timely content.
We begin with a discussion of a new show that will launch this week on Netflix, called, "See You Yesterday," breaking down the Occult symbolism of the promotional image and making reference to the trailer.
The second item has to do with a song called, "Wake me up when September Ends." If you consider the schedule of the pending reset of time, this is quite relevant.
The song is by a band called, Green Day. When looking into the band and the song lyrics we found "resonance" with what we've been talking about lately. An allegory comes to light, which is notable! Plus, some other significant observations are made.
We talk about the band's big controversy, which happened on September 21, a few days after Yom Teruah (September 17), 2012, the date we anticipate revisiting soon! On the same day of the controversy, the band's album was released that began a series that fits the Keystone pattern. The previous album had achieved the band's best chart performance. It was called "21st Century Breakdown." Think about it. Then, they release a trilogy of albums, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tré!, whose titles translate to, One Two Three. A simple count. Then, in January 2013 they released a documentary on the making of the trilogy, called, ¡Cuatro! - "four." Right. Keystone! (January~Janus - a god of time worshiped in Rome in a year bearing the numbering of the mastery of time (13).)
"See You Yesterday" and "Wake me up when September Ends" - Bob and Aaron - May 10