May 04, 1970 "Kent State" = 33 (Chaldean) & "Masonic Media" = 322 (English Extended)

May 04, 1970 “Kent State” = 33 (Chaldean) & “Masonic Media” = 322 (English Extended)

May 04, 1970
“Kent State” = 33 (Chaldean) & “Masonic Media” = 322 (English Extended)

Four student protestor “victims” and their Masonic “Birth-Rite” name gematria (Kabbalah Coded). Masonic Network Families…
Allison Beth Krause = 58 (Chaldean)
Allison Beth = 39 Septenary & 39 Chaldean
Jeffrey Glenn Miller = 69 (Septenary) & 69 (Chaldean)
Jeffrey G. Miller = 51 (Chaldean)
Sandra Lee “Sandy” Scheuer = 704 (Primes)
Sandra Lee Scheuer = 58 (Chaldean)
Sandra L. Scheuer = 58 (Full Reduction)
William Knox Schroeder = 74 (Chaldean)
William Schroeder = 174 (English Ordinal)
William Schroeder = 84 (Full Reduction)
Ohio National Guard = 58 (Septenary)

The Kent State shootings, also known as the May 4 massacre and the Kent State massacre, were the killings of four and wounding of nine other unarmed Kent State University students by the Ohio National Guard on May 4, 1970 in Kent, Ohio, 40 miles south of Cleveland. The killings took place during a peace rally opposing the expanding involvement of the Vietnam War into neutral Cambodia by United States military forces as well as protesting the National Guard presence on campus. The incident marked the first time that a student had been killed in an anti-war gathering in United States history.

Twenty-eight National Guard soldiers fired approximately 67 rounds over a period of 13 seconds, killing four students and wounding nine others, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis. Students Allison Beth Krause, 19, Jeffrey Glenn Miller, 20, and Sandra Lee Scheuer, 20, died on the scene, while William Knox Schroeder, 19, was pronounced dead at Robinson Memorial Hospital in nearby Ravenna shortly afterward.

Krause and Miller were among the upward of 300 students who gathered to protest the expansion of the Cambodian Campaign, which President Richard Nixon had announced in an April 30 television address one week earlier. Scheuer and Schroeder were in the crowd of several hundred others who had been observing the proceedings at distances of more than 300 feet from the firing line; like most of the observers, they were watching the protest during a break between their classes.

The fatal shootings triggered immediate and massive outrage on campuses around the country. More than 4 million students participated in organized walk-outs at hundreds of universities, colleges and high schools, the largest student strike in the history of the United States at that time. The student strike of 1970 further affected public opinion at an already socially contentious time over the role of the United States in the Vietnam War.

14-year-old “Mary Vecchio” = 174 (Francis Bacon),

kneeling over the body of “Jeffrey G. Miller” = 51 (Chaldean),

fatally shot by the “Ohio National Guard” = 58 (Septenary)

John Paul Filo = 58 (Full Reduction) & 201 (KFW Kabbalah)

Photograph by “John Paul Filo” = 58 (Full Reduction) & 201 (KFW Kabbalah)

The photograph depicts the 14-year-old Vecchio kneeling over the body of Jeffrey Miller, who had been fatally shot by the Ohio National Guard moments earlier. Vecchio had joined the protest while visiting the campus. Mary A. Vecchio was an Italian immigrant and runaway from Opa-locka, Florida, where she attended Westview Junior High School. After the shootings, she bartered her story to a local reporter in exchange for a bus ticket to California. She was found by police before boarding the bus and sent back to her family, who reportedly later sued T-shirt companies for 40 percent of the profits from sales of apparel featuring Filo’s photograph.


14 year old runaway at the “Kent State” = 33 (Chaldean) “War Protest” = 47 (Full Reduction):

Mary Vecchio = 174 (Francis Bacon)

Mary Vecchio = 38 (Septenary) & 38 (Chaldean)

Mary A. Vecchio = 201 (Reverse Ordinal) & 201 (Francis Bacon)

Mary A. Vecchio = 39 (Septenary) & 39 (Chaldean)


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