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Good Saturday morning to all of you here on stocks. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in the market this past week, and is ready for the new trading month ahead.
Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for the trading week beginning November 2nd, 2020.

Investors are hoping for a clear presidential and Senate election outcome to end the sell-off - (Source)

The best hope for markets in the week ahead is that there is a clear cut winner in Tuesday’s presidential election.
The election looms large as the biggest wild card risk for markets, and there is a real concern that no outcome could lead to a period of uncertainty and turbulence for markets and the economy. On the other hand, some strategists say a clear winner and quick concession by the other candidate could lead to a relief rally. Also a worry is that Senate elections could be unresolved, which means it may not be known which party holds the majority.
“If there’s no clear winner, it will be negative for risk assets...The market is really worried about not having clarity after the election. They’re worried about it dragging out four weeks as the results are contested,” said Ian Lyngen, head of U.S. rates strategy at BMO. “The overall landscape is not a political one. It’s that we’re in a pandemic, and we don’t want an uncertain election outcome that leaves the country concerned about leadership.”
Stocks closed out October on a sour note, losing about 6% for the week, the worst performance since March, when the pandemic first shut down the economy. Strategists say the coronavirus is again worrying the market, as major European countries go into partial lockdowns, and the U.S. faces record numbers of new cases.
Lyngen said he does not expect the markets to react as much if it’s only the fate of the Senate that is undetermined. But that is still very important, and if it’s not clear which party has a majority for days or even weeks, that would cast doubt on the ability of whichever candidate wins the presidency to pursue their policy agenda.

Senate key for stimulus

The Senate is also key to how much money will be poured into the economy to help battle the impact of the virus. For instance, if former Vice President Joe Biden wins the White House, but Democrats do not reclaim the Senate, he will likely have to compromise on a smaller stimulus package and would not be able to implement tax increases. If President Donald Trump is re-elected and faces a newly Democratic Senate alongside the Democratic House, he will likely face push back on many issues though they may agree on a large stimulus package.
As of Friday, Biden was leading Trump in the polls by 7.8 percentage points in the RealClearPolitics average of major polls. Democrats also appear likely to take the Senate, but some races are very tight.
Bank of America strategists note that the Senate races are close with a few seats that could flip. Seven Republican seats are currently rated as toss-ups with four in battleground states, where they could be lost if there’s a strong Democratic surge. There could also be a clear majority, but still uncertainty in terms of final makeup.
“The overall composition of the Senate is unlikely to be determined until sometime in January due to election rules in Georgia which stipulates the race goes to a run off if no candidates garners 50% majority in the general election and currently no candidate is projected” to hit that threshold, the BofA strategists wrote.
The strategists say the timing of the results is unclear due to early voting but high volumes of mail-in ballots, which cannot be counted in some states until election day.
“A short delay in the election result should have a trivial impact on the economy but a multi-week contested election could drag down H1 GDP growth by 0.5-1.0 pp,” according to BofA strategists. “Once there is a winner, the focus turns to stimulus.”

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That could mean bond yields will continue their move higher in the coming week. Yields have been rising on the idea that there will be some kind of stimulus after the election, and it will mean more U.S. debt and higher interest rates.
“We expect rates to shift higher by 5 to 25 bps after the election outcome is known due to expectations for fiscal stimulus and improved growth prospects,” the BofA strategists wrote. The 10-year Treasury yield was at 0.86% Friday.
However, if the election outcome is not known for awhile, the strategists said a contested outcome could push the 10-year yield materially lower.
If there is a contested election, the strategist expect stocks to trade lower, but it would be a buying opportunity since the market typically recovers from headline-related losses within six months.
“We expect a clear outcome to be neutral to positive for the market in the near term, except under a Biden win with a split Congress, which could potentially lead to continued gridlock in fiscal stimulus talks,” the BofA strategists added.
Besides the election, there is also a Fed meeting, expected to end Thursday with no new announcements though it is likely the Fed will emphasize it will keep policy easy for a long time as the economy heals. The October employment report is expected on Friday and is expected to show continued job gains, after September’s 661,000 nonfarm payrolls.
Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. equities strategist at Credit Suisse, does not expect the market to react much if the election outcome is as expected, with Biden winning and Democrats taking the Senate.
“The most likely outcome is already discounted by the market. The best assumption is if you don’t have a big surprise, the market should do nothing,” Golub said, adding the most volatile week could be the one just ending. “This week is the one with the turmoil, and I don’t think the next week is the one where the market’s going to be crazy.”
Golub said investors may be too worried about the election being unresolved and the real issue disturbing the market this past week is the growing spread of the virus.
“There’s no rule we need to declare a victor,” said Golub. “We have four or five weeks. The market may not love that near-term indecision, but the system is set up to allow for it, and as long as things don’t go off the rails, and they really shouldn’t, this concern about a contested election is probably overblown as an investor issue.”
Golub said there’s a greater chance that the winner of the presidency is known before the Senate. “The chances are that we’ll at least know directionally where the power sits, but that could take a little longer and the market may be a little uncomfortable with that,” he said.

Earnings reports

Dozens of companies report earnings in the week ahead, and Golub said corporate profits are a bright spot for the market. The third quarter results so far are showing earnings down about 10%, compared to earlier forecasts of more than 20%, according to Refinitiv.
“The reality is the economy is robust. 55% of the market cap of the S&P has higher earnings in 2020 than in 2019. More than half the market is acting like there’s no recession, no downturn,” Golub said.
Golub said both Trump and Biden would push for fiscal stimulus, but while the market is clear on where Trump stands it does not know that much about Biden, if he were to win. “It is going to take some time to get clarity on which of his policy initiatives are going to happen. I don’t believe he’s going to implement these tax increases he’s talking about right away. I think the economy is too frail,” said Golub.

This past week saw the following moves in the S&P:

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Major Indices for this past week:

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Major Futures Markets as of Friday's close:

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Economic Calendar for the Week Ahead:

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Percentage Changes for the Major Indices, WTD, MTD, QTD, YTD as of Friday's close:

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S&P Sectors for the Past Week:

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Major Indices Pullback/Correction Levels as of Friday's close:

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Major Indices Rally Levels as of Friday's close:

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Most Anticipated Earnings Releases for this week:

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Here are the upcoming IPO's for this week:

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Friday's Stock Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades:

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November Almanac: Usually a Top Month in Election Years

November maintains its status among the top performing months as fourth-quarter cash inflows from institutions drive November to lead the best consecutive three-month span November-January. However, the month has taken hits during bear markets and November 2000, down –22.9% (undecided election and a nascent bear), was NASDAQ’s second worst month on record—only October 1987 was worse.
November begins the “Best Six Months” for the DJIA and S&P 500, and the “Best Eight Months” for NASDAQ. Small caps come into favor during November, but don’t really take off until the last two weeks of the year. November is the number-two DJIA (since 1950), NASDAQ (since 1971) and Russell 2000 (since 1979) month. November is best for S&P 500 (since 1950) and Russell 1000 (since 1979).
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November is a mixed bag in presidential election years. DJIA has advanced in 10 of the last 17 election years since 1952 with an average gain of 1.7%. Significant DJIA declines occurred in 2008 (-5.3%) and 2000 (-5.1%). For S&P 500 November ranks best with a similar record to DJIA. NASDAQ, Russell 1000 and Russell 2000 are not as strong ranking #7, #3 and #6 respectively. Fewer years of data (12 for NASDAQ and 10 for Russell indices) combined with sizable losses in 2000 and 2008 drag down rankings and average gains when compared to DJIA and S&P 500.

Whatever the Outcome, Day Before Election Day Historically Bullish

Looking back at the last seventeen presidential elections since 1952, the day before Election Day has a clear bullish bias. DJIA and S&P 500 have declined just three times and average gains of 0.51% and 0.44% respectively. NASDAQ and Russell 2000 are slightly weaker, but still bullish. Election Day (or the day after prior to 1980) leans bullish, but with a greater frequency of losses. Incumbent party victories are shaded in light grey.
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GDP Bounces Back

The outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns triggered the largest quarter over-quarter decline in gross domestic product (GDP) since WWII, so perhaps it comes as no surprise that the following quarter tallied the sharpest rebound in that same time period. GDP expanded 33.1% on an annualized basis in the third quarter, ahead of Bloomberg consensus expectations of 32%, fueled by the continued reopening of businesses and reversing much of the economic fallout stemming from COVID-19-related lockdowns.
As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, consumer spending—the largest contributor to GDP in the US and roughly 70% of economic output—rebounded in a powerful fashion in the third quarter.
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However, spending numbers were uneven, with a considerably larger portion spent on goods rather than services—consistent with the continued behavioral and business restriction effects on these industries. Further, the timing of spending was also fairly uneven, as much of the growth in consumer spending came in the early weeks of the third quarter and tapered off in recent weeks where the effects of fiscal stimulus and rising new COVID-19 cases influenced consumer behavior.
“GDP rebounded stronger than expected in the third quarter, but the big question on everyone’s mind is whether the economy can remain on firm ground in the fourth quarter and into 2021,” stated LPL Chief Market Strategist Ryan Detrick. “Barring a new round of fiscal stimulus, it’s likely that growth will taper off in the fourth quarter, but we still don’t expect a double-dip recession.”
Regardless of the state of economic momentum, it is remarkable that GDP is already only about 3.5% away from recovering the entire pandemic losses. The resilience of US consumers has been the top story of the recovery, even with the historic fiscal stimulus.
The surge in growth in the third quarter may also have political implications. As we noted in our recent Weekly Market Commentary: Are the Polls Wrong Again? the average GDP growth in the second and third quarters of election years can have predictive power for who wins the election, with stronger growth favoring incumbents. However, we also point out that recessions close to elections have favored challengers, sending some conflicting market signals heading into Election Day!
As the economy moves forward in the fourth quarter, we’ll continue to monitor real-time data indicators to gauge the impact of rising COVID-19 cases on consumer and business behavior.

Slight Dip In Consumer Confidence

Consumer Confidence for the month of October was released earlier today and showed a slight dip relative to September. The headline index dropped from 101.3 down to 100.9 compared to expectations for a reading of 102.0. Given the rising number of cases and the upcoming election, it's not too surprising to see confidence come in a bit, so a decline of this magnitude isn't all that concerning. What is notable, though, is that even though Consumer Confidence remains right near post-COVID highs, it hasn't bounced all that much off its lows.
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Breaking out this month's report by the sentiment of consumers towards both how they feel now and what they expect in the future, the Present Situation Index rose from 98.9 up to 104.6 while the Expectations component dropped from 102.9 down to 98.4. The drop in the Expectations component of this month's report looks like it's a partial reflection of growing uncertainty regarding COVID and the election as we head into the colder months of November and December.
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In looking at the spread between Present Conditions and Expectations, it moved back into positive territory this month after dropping deeply into negative territory earlier this year. What's interesting to note about current levels is that in every prior recession since the late 1960s, by the time the spread moved back into positive territory after turning negative, the recession was already well in the rearview mirror.
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Sentiment towards jobs also suggests a relatively positive trend. At the current level of 26.5, the Jobs Plentiful index is still far from its 40+ reading before COVID, but it did increase again in October as it has now done in four of the last five months. While it's by no means a strong reading at current levels, it hasn't been getting worse either. Looking at past recessions, it wasn't until well after the recession ended that the Jobs Plentiful index started to rebound.
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Industrials Malfunction

With poorly received earnings reports from 3M (MMM) and Caterpillar (CAT) and general weakness overall, Tuesday was just a bad day for the Industrials sector. Just five stocks in the sector were up on the day and the sector overall was down 2.2% compared to the S&P 500 which was down just 0.3%.
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The chart below shows the daily performance spread between the S&P 500 and the Industrials sector over the last year. Positive readings indicate the S&P 500 outperforming the Industrials sector and negative readings indicate that the Industrials sector outperformed the S&P 500. With the S&P 500 outperforming the Industrials sector by 1.88 percentage points on Tuesday, it was the widest performance gap (in the S&P 500's favor) since 9/21. Even more notable, though, was the fact that there have only been three other days in the last year where the Industrials sector underperformed the S&P 500 by a wider margin.
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For the sector as a whole, it currently finds itself in a precarious position. After breaking its uptrend off the March lows on 9/21, the Industrials sector bounced back and rallied back to its former uptrend line, and while it just recently made a post-COVID high, the rally ran out of steam right at the former uptrend line. In the pullback that has followed, the sector closed yesterday right at a secondary line of support from the June lows. If this level doesn't hold through today's close, the technical picture for the sector will look a lot different than the way it looked just a few weeks ago.
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All or Nothing Days Back on the Rise

The S&P 500's A/D line for the day (number of advancing stocks minus number of declining stocks) currently stands at about -460, which would be the weakest one-day reading since June. Today's A/D reading also is notable in that it represents the tenth 'all or nothing' day for the S&P 500 since the index's last peak on 9/2. We consider 'all or nothing' days to be those days where the S&P 500's daily A/D reading is either above +400 or below -400. To put the frequency of 'all or nothing' days into perspective, while there have been ten in the last forty trading days, in the forty trading days before that there weren't any.
The chart below shows the percentage of 'all or nothing' days on a 50-day rolling basis. The current pace of 20% is still well off the extraordinary level of 44% we saw back in late April/early May, but it is still relatively high.
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Including today, there have now been 41 'all or nothing' days so far in 2020. If the current pace for the entire year keeps up that will put us on pace for fifty days this year. If the current pace keeps up and we do reach 50 'all or nothing' days this year, it will be the third-highest annual total behind 2011 (70) and 2008 (52), but even if there isn't another 'all or nothing' day this year, 2020 would still rank fifth behind the years from 2008 through 2011.
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Earnings and Economics Diverge

This earnings season, we have frequently mentioned how beat rates have continued to rise relentlessly. From our Earnings Explorer database, our 3-month rolling EPS beat rate currently stands at a record high of 78.19%. That is nearly 20 percentage points higher than the historical average of 59.37%. The sales beat rate is not at a record, but it too is elevated at 69.09% versus the historical average of 56.45%. That means that of the companies that have reported earnings over the past three months, a massive proportion are exceeding consensus sales and EPS estimates.
While earnings beat rates have continued to grind higher, economic data is another story. The Citi Economic Surprise Index basically tracks macroeconomic data and how it comes in relative to forecasts. Higher readings indicate the data is trending stronger than expected and vice versa for negative readings. With the unprecedented shock to macroeconomic data in 2020, this index for the United States plummeted, but that was followed by a sharp rebound to record highs. Although the index for the US remains higher than anything prior to the pandemic, it has been heading lower since the summer. In other words, economic data is still coming in better than expected but is not massively exceeding expectations to the degree it was back in the spring and early summer.
The two charts below compare EPS and revenue beat rates to the Citi Economic Surprise Index. Comparing the two series to the Citi Economic Surprise Index shows that while EPS beat rate has been somewhat connected (correlation: +0.325)) there is very little in the way of correlation between the Surprise Index and the revenue beat rate (+0.084). Given that EPS figures are typically easier to massage than revenues, that was a bit of a surprise. What is notable about the recent decline in the Citi Economic Surprise Index is that in prior periods where it became elevated and then pulled back as it did in (2003, 2009, and 2018), the EPS beat rate typically didn't peak and start to trend lower for another few months.
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Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:

Monday 11.2.20 Before Market Open:

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Monday 11.2.20 After Market Close:

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Tuesday 11.3.20 Before Market Open:

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Tuesday 11.3.20 After Market Close:

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Wednesday 11.4.20 Before Market Open:

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Thursday 11.5.20 Before Market Open:

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Thursday 11.5.20 After Market Close:

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Friday 11.6.20 Before Market Open:

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Friday 11.6.20 After Market Close:

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PayPal $186.13

PayPal (PYPL) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:15 PM ET on Monday, November 2, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.95 per share on revenue of $5.40 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $1.01 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 77% expecting an earnings beat The company's guidance was for earnings of approximately $0.76 per share. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 58.33% with revenue increasing by 23.34%. Short interest has increased by 20.8% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 3.0% from its open following the earnings release to be 21.7% above its 200 day moving average of $152.96. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Monday, October 12, 2020 there was some notable buying of 10,377 contracts of the $210.00 call and 10,021 contracts of the $210.00 put expiring on Friday, December 18, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 9.4% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 5.9% move in recent quarters.

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Square, Inc. $154.88

Square, Inc. (SQ) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:15 PM ET on Thursday, November 5, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.17 per share on revenue of $1.99 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.23 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 79% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 34.62% with revenue increasing by 57.13%. Short interest has decreased by 5.7% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 1.1% from its open following the earnings release to be 46.1% above its 200 day moving average of $106.05. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Monday, October 19, 2020 there was some notable buying of 4,158 contracts of the $155.00 put expiring on Friday, November 20, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 11.3% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 7.9% move in recent quarters.

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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. $304.69

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:35 AM ET on Thursday, November 5, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.11 per share on revenue of $22.89 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.25 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 77% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 17.88% with revenue increasing by 37.47%. Short interest has increased by 25.7% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 18.6% from its open following the earnings release to be 29.8% above its 200 day moving average of $234.74. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Thursday, October 29, 2020 there was some notable buying of 35,528 contracts of the $420.00 call expiring on Friday, October 15, 2021. Option traders are pricing in a 8.3% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 2.2% move in recent quarters.

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Clorox Co. $207.25

Clorox Co. (CLX) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 6:30 AM ET on Monday, November 2, 2020. The consensus earnings estimate is $2.34 per share on revenue of $1.74 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $2.50 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 71% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 47.17% with revenue increasing by 15.54%. Short interest has increased by 20.7% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 10.0% from its open following the earnings release to be 4.0% above its 200 day moving average of $199.34. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, October 30, 2020 there was some notable buying of 885 contracts of the $187.50 put expiring on Friday, November 6, 2020. Option traders are pricing in a 6.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 3.9% move in recent quarters.

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Roku Inc $202.40

Roku Inc (ROKU) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:00 PM ET on Thursday, November 5, 2020. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.41 per share on revenue of $354.45 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.30) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 74% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 86.36% with revenue increasing by 35.84%. The stock has drifted higher by 26.8% from its open following the earnings release to be 45.4% above its 200 day moving average of $139.23. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. On Friday, October 30, 2020 there was some notable buying of 8,002 contracts of the $120.00 put expiring on Friday, January 15, 2021. Option traders are pricing in a 13.2% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 14.4% move in recent quarters.

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Wayfair Inc. $248.03

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(The) Very Basic

..aka. "Very Basic Manifesto" = 666 primes
You might have heard of 'Gematria' or 'Alphabetic Numerology'. Some call it 'the practice of coding numbers into words', and you just saw an example of it above.
Most disregard this esoteric art as woo woo silliness - as either a dubious extension of religious thinking, or of faux witchery. If you've come across gematria before, it was likely in one of two contexts: religious interpretation, or conspiracy theory.
It might be that this disregard has been a problem, and will continue to be a problem for humanity, because while the masses ignore it (or have been entirely ignorant of it until now), it may well be the prototypical arcane 'AI' (ie. artificial intelligence) that is dictating your current daily ritual (mediated, for the moment, through various elected possibly-human heralds - the government priest class). Speculating further, it might be that the feverish technological chase for 'AI' that you hear about in the mainstream media and via company announcements are perhaps less about the construction of the core of an 'AI brain', and rather the development of senses and limbs for a tyranny-obsessed brain that already exists. These limbs (facial recognition, object and motion detecting and tracking, robotic-limb and balance control, etc) being required so that the gematria brain can sense you and react to you more quickly and directly, allowing it to eventually bypass it's human handlers.
Put simply (and in a way that, unfortunately, is likely to drive a certain segment of readers away) - it may be that a certain class of religious zealots have taken at face value the possibility - or fact, for all we know - that what is said in John 1:1 in the Bible, is indeed true - that God is the Word.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
And It might not be true, but that nonetheless does not preclude the following.
If you believe that God is the Word, then that means you can interact with God through words. You can ask him questions, posit notions, declare statements, and (after building up a lexicon), receive 'answers'.
These answers, received in response to queries by the world priesthood, might be dictating your current sanitation regimen, and much else besides.
In the square number cipher:
  • "Wear the Mask" = 2020 squares
The mathematically square numbers imply the projection of square geometry, and the 'square' is esoterically associated with 'foundation', the 'base', 'rigidity', and the 'earth'.
Here is how a 'world leader' might read the above encoded spell (presuming it popped up as an 'answer' from the Logos itself, in response to some orthodox query mechanism:
Logos: "Wear the Mask" = 2020 squares
Human interpreter: Get the squares (ie. the blockheads) of the entire world to wear the mask, as a basic first step to managing the 'pandemic' outbreak. All must don their masks in the year 2020 AD (since the Gregorian calendar is also divinely ordained - it is known).
The use of an engineered (or entirely fake, false-flag) virus to control the behaviour (ie. dominate) the population (perhaps while making money) has long been on the lengthy list of well-known conspiracy theories to keep an eye on.
If the 'world leaders' decided they needed to act on this impulse of their own accord, they may still turn to the AI for scheduling.
Logos, when to announce...
  • "The Imaginary Virus" = 2019 in the english-extended cipher (?)
If those steering world policy have a little hobby they do not directly admit to, and they are playing with words and numbers (as I do here, but having more direct power to command you than I currently wield), they may have long ago run out of creative steam planning and running your bread and circus. They might have turned to a certain very simple form of Agenda-automation:
.. They ask God what to do each day.
They ask the Logos questions with words, and receive words in response, and somebody types up some executive orders based on them.
The 'english-extended' cipher seen above is a variant of what is perhaps one of the most important ciphers for the English language, in use below.
What of the US election?
  • "Joe Biden, President of the United States" = 2021 jewish-latin-agrippa
Done deal.
There will be...
  • "A Grand Celebration" = 2021 squares
Organized it yesterday. Next.
Perhaps, if you are lucky...
  • "You will take off the mask" = 2021 jewish-latin-agrippa
Unfortunately, it appears that will only be late in the year:
The city of Edmonton, Alberta in Canada just extended their mandatory mask bylaw to December 31 of 2021 (13+ months from now)
This forum was created just before 2018 began, after I had already been studying this material for a few years. I created it specifically for the purpose of researching and documenting the phenomenon of gematria - an attempt to find the extents of it's possibilities, and to understand the various perspectives others have of it, and to formulate some of my own.
In doing so, I have attempted to wear two major hats simultaneously - to study gematria in an 'academic' sense (to try figure out the cogs and gears of the enigma machine, which I find vastly intriguing and entertaining), while simultaneously continuing my old battle with the world: as proud conspiracy theorist (ie. a self-appointed town wolf-cryer, being a friendly wolf myself).
In my opinion, my work here, combined with work done by other like-minded researchers, provides more than enough evidence that it is highly likely that world Agenda is being scripted using Gematria-as-Logos, making use of plenty of Biblical and Mythological source material.
After all, Culture is a Pop-Culture reference.
Some of my most recent posts have been attempts to provide introductory material from various perspectives and in various forms, since I personally believe that until a critical mass of people see the potential of the alphabet codes (which appear to be ever-more expertly wielded by Enemies of the People), there is little hope of avoiding Earth literally becoming the Machine World seen in the Matrix films (though wrapped in the garb of the modern TV remake of the novel Brave New World, perhaps).
My point is this:
The odds that the command "Wear the mask" sums to 2020 in any of the core and intuitive ciphers that we can extrapolate from the order of the standard Latin-English Alphabet is very small.
I personally struggle to understand the mind of a person that is not spooked by that coincidence, and most people whom I instruct to this fact are seen to exhibit a little twitch in the eye and to quickly change the topic.
In my view, folks need to get past this coincidence quickly, and come speedily to the next thing to consider: that indeed it might be that the 'world leaders' are receiving instruction from an 'entity' defined by the combination of the 26 letters of the alphabet and the lexicon of words in the dictionary. An entity that enjoys numbered Bible verses, and is synced up by orthodox fiat with one or more calendar systems.
This 'total system', once perceived by any researcher, must be categorized, and there are really only three options for how to do so:
A. It is true Divine Expression, an aspect of the Word of God (or the Devil, or the Demiurge).
B. It's a man-made Construction, either in Tribute to, or in mockery of the notion of 'A' (ie. it might be a man-made emulation of God, and it might be a man-made emulation of a 'Satan').
C. I and my fellow researchers are cross-eyed, seeing patterns in the clouds, and we've all been deceived by over-active imaginations, too-easily-triggered pattern recognition, overly-fluid semantic mental leaps, and paranoid thinking.
You might take the time to find out for yourself which of the above is true, but you probably won't, being too busy to bother.
In order not to chase certain folks away unnecessarily, I have done my utmost over the years to avoid the 'religious' angle of gematria study (while not ignoring the inherent symbolism as a source material for mythology and allegory), preferring instead to presume that the 'system' was built by clever magi with a particular agenda. Ultimately though, Western society, while it may be flagging with regards to majority religious zeal, was founded on the back of the Christian Bible, and one cannot ignore it as a framework, and perhaps as THE framework, that the 'leaders' are working with, regardless of their actual faith or lack thereof.
Hence, you will come across much 'biblical' stuff here (and moreso in recent times, as I've allowed myself to test the thresholds of possibility) - don't let it scare you away. I am not trying to bash you over the head with a Bible, but the Coronavirus might be.
Unfortunately, while a certain mindset, after long study, might perceive a set of 'undeniable patterns' in some system, actually 'proving it' is tricky - especially to a dull, distracted, and terrorized populace. Words and meaning (ie. semantics) are slippery, and as such there is a built in plausible deniability with gematria. In general, there is the barrier of the 'kooky esoterica' label it has already, and is quickly to gain upon being newly discovered by most 'normal people' (arguably, because they have been subtly primed to reject it by those that would prefer it remain a hidden art).
You probably won't be able to send anyone to prison for 9/11 or for instigating the coronavirus outbreak on the back of gematria evidence, but there is a slim chance that enough people beginning to perceive a mathematically scripted agenda would be to gain the courage to stand up to the offensive of "The Health and Sanitation Industrial Complex" = 1394 primes
The Very Basic:
1. Letters are Numbers. Numbers are Letters.
2. There is more than one way to assign Numbers to Letters. This is a Strength, and not a Weakness.
3. There are many Ciphers you will come across. Most of them probably don't matter. I use five or six main ciphers, with the occasional support of secondary ones. Attempting to discover the 'canon' ciphers is part of the mission - those ciphers that A) played a part in the original creation of words (ie. spell-creation), and B) those ciphers in use actively in 'occult messaging'.
4. There might be a priority to the ciphers that turn out to be canon, with connections (equalities, or close approximations) between spell values being perhaps 'stronger' in certain ciphers than in others - which would be a matter of orthodox fiat, of course (a major task for me being to discover that fiat).
5. One's personal set of 'presumed-to-be-canon' ciphers might change over time, as certain ciphers turn out to reveal more or less to you as your research progresses.
6. One does not actually assign Numbers to Letters. Instead, you 'simply' standardize an Alphabetic Order, and a whole slew of Ciphers are automatically and implicitly conjured into being.
7. The most obvious source of Orthodox Ciphers is two-fold: Mathematical Series, and Historical Heritage. The simplest and most intuitive mathematical series are likely all one needs to glimpse the Truth (for lack of a better word) of encoding-with-intent. These might be the Prime numbers, the Triangular numbers, and the Square numbers (at the very least). The sort of cryptography at play here is not the highly-technical kind in use in Internet Security (which might be viewed as over-engineered, obfuscated distraction, and itself allegory for gematria as Core Principle). In terms of the Heritage aspect, look into Greek Isopsephy and Hebrew Gematria - analogous ancient traditions that accept that Letters are Numbers - because Letters were used as Numbers in the olden days, being that there were no separate glyphs or numerals at the time, and it would be natural that Letters would be Numbers. Certain Roman letters being themselves numerals show a remnant of this heritage - but in English, we are told (outside of esoterica) that this heritage has fallen away. I say this occultation was a clever trick. 'The smartest trick the Devil ever pulled...', as they say.
8. 'Quantum-entanglement' has been glorified as some quirky ultra-advanced scientific complexity of material existence. It may be yet as they say and more. However, firstly, it is a term I use to refer to the notion that letters, and thus words, are entangled with numbers. 'A' is entangled with (at the very least) '1', and 'B' with '2', and 'C' with '3', etc.
9. Using one or more ciphers, you add up the numeric values of the letters of a word or phrase (ie. a spell), resulting in it's 'gematria values' (or it's 'gematria spectrum', or simply it's 'gematria' - it's geometry) and these are compared and contrasted with those of other spells - in order to examine the possibility of 'equivocal meaning' (ie. some kind of implied relationship). The particular context a spell occurs within might provide insight as to how it might be interpreted metaphorically. Furthermore, pure numerology (eg. pythagorean reduction) can also be applied to the resulting numbers, and add to the overall interpretation.
10. As mentioned earlier, there is more than one cipher. The schema, or layout, of each cipher, and the properties of the numeric scale or series at work within it, creates a situation where it is possible to pay tribute to a certain number using spells ranging from short, single words, to longer phrases or clauses, and up to entire multi-clausal sentences. One might construct 'fractal' spells that pay tribute to a single number on multiple levels.
Random example - I might generate a spell like:
The man went to a church, and quickly found himself a member of a secret society.
... which is a long sentence with two main parts, separated by the comma.
The word "church" sums to 911 in the square number cipher, and "society" sums to 911 in the trigonal cipher. I might work to adjust the wording such that each of the two main comma-separated parts of the sentence each sum to 911 in the jewish-latin-agrippa cipher, and simultaneously achieve a value of 911 in the basic alphabetic cipher for the entire sentence.
Now, I didn't actually achieve that, but I did manage to get the entire sentence to sum to 5,911 in trigonal, and 714 in alphabetic. Any spell summing to the reverse of 911 (ie. 119) in the basic alphabetic cipher will sum to 714 in the sumerian cipher.
For an extra bonus, the entire spell sums to 2,247 in primes, paying tribute to the classic time-code of 24/7...
  • "The Time" = "One Time" = 247 primes ( = "The Riddle" )
...and thus we see that the word "The" matches "One" in primes (with the value 101, which itself is the value of the name "Eve" - who was Adam's 101 course in married life, ignoring the myth of Lilith).
This sort of wordplay (spellcasting), I argue, is how the worlds magicians earn real Illuminati points, as it were. You've got to visualize the system as an Enigma machine, with interlocking gears. You might modify a spell, while re-arranging letters, switching out a letter 'D' for two letter 'B's, changing the surface meaning, while maintaining the overall numeric result in most ciphers - though in certain ciphers the value will change. If you are clever enough, you can ensure that these values also pay tribute to desired numbers.
Of course, in what is perhaps, to me, the most important cipher of all, the prime number cipher:
  • "Coronavirus Conspiracy" = 911 primes
... and the word 'coronavirus' is an anagram of 'carnivorous' (ie. flesh-eating).
Back to our main theme:
  • "Wear the Mask" = 2020 squares
... is a command.
Who commands? The Ruler.
  • "Rulership" = 2020 squares
The word 'Corona' means Crown, and those are worn by Rulers.
  • "I am the Master" = 2020 squares
  • "Master of all Humanity" = 2020 trigonal
  • .. . [ "The Alphabet Codes" = 2020 squares ]
A 'Ruler' is a Commander, but is also a measuring tool.
To extract numbers from words is to measure them.
To rule is to measure - which might be true in more senses than one.
How many 'measures' have been put in place to combat the 'rising numbers' of coronavirus cases?
I argue the above wordplays rule your lives.
Thessalonians 2:11
And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie
This delusion might be upon us now - either sent by God, or sent by people playing god (and that think you dogs).
  • "Victory for us all" = 2020 trigonal
You might, after doing some research on your own, or some reading here, have to ponder and/or decide whether the strong delusion is the Coronavirus, or rather if alphabetic numerology is the delusion (and we numerologists the deluded).
I always recommend watching the film Arrival. It is an allegory for the existing situation with our own languages, and the circular shape of the language seen in that film is the Stellar Corona. The Ouroboros-Language that has us speaking in circles.
Again, quoting text from earlier in this document:
This forum was created just before 2018 began, after I had already been studying this material for a few years.
  • "What is my enemy" = 2018 jewish-latin-agrippa
How are you going to interpret this?
In beginning to interpret it you have to ponder who the messages are actually directed to in the first place.
Presuming the Gregorian calendar is 'canon' for the people also presumably wielding the alphabet codes, then something dangerous was due to arrive in 2018.
But dangerous to who? You, the everyman? Me, the decoder who tried out that spell? Dangerous to all of humanity? Dangerous to the crooks who built a tyrannical alphabet system designed to aid their brainwashing and domination operation? Dangerous to God the Logos himself? Dangerous to Earth-bound Satan?
I leave that up to you.
  • "Monarch" = 218 primes
  • ... ( ie. in basic numerology, 2018 is essentially the same 'character' as 218 )
Ever since the standardization of the English Alphabet at 26 characters (if history is to be believed) the number of visible Independent Kingdoms on Earth has declined almost to zero.
Personally I see the gematria system as a wonderful thing (though perhaps dangerous in it's addictive nature - it's adds diction to your life) but I strongly suspect it is being wielded as a weapon against the people of the world.
If the weapon was built by the existing wielders, then to work with it is to work with the weapon of the enemy, which is not gaining anyone any advantage, but knowing the weapon of the enemy is better than ignorance of it.
A key theme in the film Arrival is the ambiguity of the 'tool' and the 'weapon'.
I spoke of 'quantum-entanglement' above. One of the long-running experiments I've been performing here is looking into 'spell augmentations' (as I call them): the addition of additional words or keys to a spell to extract further information from it.
To quantum entangle letter and number is to assigns A to 1, and B to 2, and C to 3, and so on.
This can be simply signified by the following spell augmentation:
"A=1"
... and thus, we augment the spell seen above:
  • "What is my enemy" = 2018 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "A=1: What is my enemy" = 2020 jewish-latin-agrippa
The year 2020 is your enemy - or the enemy that arrived in 2018 is going viral two years later, when the entanglement kicks in.
Quantum-entanglement becomes your enemy in 2020. Or a virus agenda scripted using quantum-entanglement becomes you enemy in 2020.
I might be your enemy: King Arthur, wielder of Excalibur, the legendary Words-... I mean, Sword, from the Stone. Gematria itself may be the enemy, a false Logos inspired by the 'Devil'. Or perhaps the clever mage and maker of the alphabet-encoded lexicon long ago designed it as a state-sponsored weapon, and this weapon declares itself to it's victims as such, on behalf of the agenda. I could keep listing possibilities, but you get the gist.
Here is a symbol of either a bird, or eagle, or raven, or phoenix, or dragon:
'A1A'.
... which is effectively the number 3 (ie. A+1+A = 1+1+1), and the same as the three great pyramids will all-seeing eyes:
'AAA'
I declare to you these symbols, this year:
  • "The 'A1A' Symbol" = "The 'AAA' Symbol" = 2020 squares
... and thus...
  • "A1A: Ignore me at your peril" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "What is in a name?" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • "Great Knowledge" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... "The Spells of Eden" = 1234 trigonal
  • ... .. "Code of Culture" = 1234 trigonal
To those that would oppress the everyman, this perspective might apply:
  • "Great Knowledge" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • .. "Plague Victims" = 1234 jewish-latin-agrippa
Every new 'coronavirus case' reported is a person that woke up from the Matrix slumber.
The golden ratio is a famous mathematical phenomenon, associated with the Fibonacci number series. The golden ratio expressed as a decimal, accurate to three places is 1.618...
What are the odds that:
  • "Symbolic" = 1,618 squares
.. ?
A new headline, at time of writing:
Superspreader events key driver in COVID-19 pandemic
Funny (and reflective) innuendo. You are being enslaved by kinky jokes made by cunning linguists.
  • "Do you see?" = 1234 english-extended
  • ... ( "Code of Culture" = 1234 trigonal )
  • "Do you see" = 1234 english-extended
  • ... ( "Prostitute?" = 1234 english-extended )
Every new Hire is one.
In terms of 'Key Driver', my previous document, 'The Basic', perhaps includes the word 'key' more than any previously, since it's primary purpose was to list Key Ideas that I presume might be useful concepts to ponder when examining the alphabet codes.
Keeping in mind the 1918 Spanish Flu is oft-referred to with regards to coronavirus (and it happened almost exactly one Century ago. Here's another headline with an interesting quoted phrase (and these almost always appear to be meaningfully encoded):
'Not of use for much': Hospitals told not to give remdesivir to COVID-19 patients
This headline shows how the word 'Know' is a key augmentation:
  • "Not of use for much" = 918 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "Know not of use for much" = 1918 jewish-latin-agrippa
ie. the word 'know' sums to a clean and useful 1000 in this cipher.
And we find that we actually get a double-reinforcement in another cipher (one based on the agrippa cipher):
  • "Know not of use for much" = 1918 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • "Know not of use for much" = 1918 english-extended
I think this headline is implying, like the soldiers that died on the battlefields of WW1, and of the supposed 1918 flu, that the Covid patients are not of use for much.
The masters do not like you.
[...] Hospitals told not to give remdesivir to COVID-19 patients
The name 'remdesivir' REM Deceiver Dream Illusion.
https://www.reddit.com/worldnews/comments/jy9c71/the_us_recorded_195000_new_covid19_cases_in_a_day/
The US recorded 195,000 new Covid-19 cases in a day. An expert says spread is now 'faster' and 'broader' than ever
  • "Bullshit" = 449 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... "Population" = 449 primes
... leading to more...
  • "Population" = "Surveillance" = 449 primes
  • ... ( "The Imperial March" = 449 jewish-latin-agrippa )
The top comment, at time of writing, is ..
STOP THE COUNT!
... which is sexual innuendo, ...
  • "Population" = "Sex Education" = "Mental Contact" = 449 primes
  • .. .. .. ... ( "Silence is Golden" = 449 primes )
... and also pays tribute to me, Count Dracula:
  • "I am the Dark Lord" = 1,911 squares ( "Linguistics" = 449 primes )
  • "To stop a count" = 844 jewish-latin-agrippa
ie. bring it out into the light. Useless, in this case.
  • "Vampyr" = "A Daywalker" = "The Immune" = "The Number" = 333 primes
  • "The Riddle" = "The Time" = "Teachers" = 247 primes
  • ... .. ( "I am Count Dracula" = 742 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. . ( "Welcome to the School" = 1,742 trigonal )
  • ... .. ... .. ( "The New Lore of Spelling" = 742 primes )
  • ... .. ... .. .. ( "Final Prophecy" = 742 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... .. ... .. ... .. ( "Do Not Forget" = 742 english-extended )
  • ... .. .. ... .. .. ( "The Sound of the Name" = 742 jewish-latin-agrippa )
This document did not end up being as Basic as I had hoped. Ah well. Try and try again.
I intentionally posted at 9:11 AM UTC, in order to make the point that ritual posting times in the 'media' is a thing.
Notes:
Some may experience difficulty with my posting style. Outside of the length and density of much of the material here, which certainly might strain concentration, I tend to bring in a lot of extra symbolic connections, links to reference material, or relevant entertainment media, and embed it into the general listing of numeric associations. Some might struggle to follow along, or be able to make any sense of my intention. Only a better memory, and wider reading will overcome this. Almost every sentence I write includes some specifically chosen wording or subtle wordplays to make reference to yet other aspects of the world of code that I think might be relevant in each particular context. Most of my 'witty one-liners' in conversation are also intentionally encoded numerically. I am trying to teach at every opportunity. Teach what I think I know, anyway.
My primary motivation (outside of simply recording as many numeric spell spectra as possible) is to present a variety of mindsets to the reader - for I suspect that once our mindset aligns with the perspective of the Maker, many misty associations might suddenly take on a new clarity, and we might discover the core motivation driving the entire enterprise.
  • "Enterprise" = 474 jewish-latin-agrippa
  • ... ( "Great Language" = "Spell-caster" = 474 jewish-latin-agrippa )
  • ... ( "Publisher" = "Let there be Light" = 474 jewish-latin-agrippa )
You will also have to disambiguate as to whether any particular item, calculation or structure I present can be considered an 'academic record' vs. a draft/intermediate calculation, or is simply me playing around. Every calculated spell I provide should be examined with the questions in mind:
Who crafted this? and who is it intended for?
When I claim to be Count Dracula, in providing the numerology of the claim, you will have to decide if that is a statement of identity by me personally, or if it is an admission of the 'gematria crystal ball' itself. It might be both simultaneously ; p
Some frown upon such 'playing around', and 'inventing one's own spells, or performing the sort of chained transformations that I present, within public gematria research - but even these sideshows remain valid experiments. There are no definitions as to what is a 'valid numerical spell' vs. a whimsy. It is all whimsy. We are trying to figure out the particular schema of whimsy employed by the Magi.
The point is that it is calculated whimsy, and if I can be 'calculating' with my wordplays, so can others.
I am not going to waste time writing anything I presume to be utterly superfluous, so in my opinion, there is essentially no useless material or 'sideshow' item that does not contribute towards an overall 'point' being made. Everything is math-thematic.
Thanks for reading.
  • "A1A: Enterprise" = 2020 squares
  • "I am Sovereign" = 2021 squares ( "I will take off my mask" = 1,777 english-extended )
Links:
Alternative math:
Tutorials, investigations:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjjIna3j1Nc
Devin Townsend - 'Vampira'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFI5TCjeZI0
'I am Sovereign'
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