Amy Winehouse – Illuminati Murder & The 27 Club

On October 27, 2013 by Lazer Horse

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Amy Winehouse was another one of those troubled youths that got too big too fast, got in with the wrong crowd, took the wrong substances way too much and died too young. I think most people around the world had seen her demise coming and, regardless of what you thought of the girl, felt a bit sad for her.

The pop, fame and stardom world had claimed yet another victim for the purpose of our entertainment and the music biz moguls’ bank balance.

It was no secret that she’d been smashing into the drugs and booze pretty heavily, when she performed she was visibly munted and the ending was horrible but kind of inevitable. Well, that’s my take on it anyway.

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The Illuminati gang think otherwise. Of course.

The “evidence” for her involvement with the shadowy elite is shady at best. Probably because it’s not real. The video below is the first clip a pro Illuminati basher will show you, in it she “admits” to having been manipulated by the Illuminati and asking to join their gang. I think you’ll agree that this is pretty flimsy and in no way “evidence”:



On top of that she joined the infamous “27 Club” – i.e. she died at the magic age of 27. It is pretty weird that there are so many celebrities that have perished at the same age, but it’s not really evidence of foul play.

This infamous and tricky to enter club includes the likes of Hendrix, Brian Jones, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Cobain and now Winehouse.

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I was considering looking through death records to find out if the 27 trend is a real phenomena but thankfully some excellent chaps at the British Medical Journal (BMJ) had already done the leg work and the maths and this is what they found:

We identified three deaths at age 27 amongst 522 musicians at risk, giving a rate of 0.57 deaths per 100 musician years. Similar death rates were observed at ages 25 (rate=0.56) and 32 (0.54). There was no peak in risk around age 27, but the risk of death for famous musicians throughout their 20s and 30s was two to three times higher than the general UK population.

Conclusions: The 27 club is unlikely to be a real phenomenon. Fame may increase the risk of death among musicians, but this risk is not limited to age 27.

So maybe that’s the answer there, just some kind of illusion we’ve made for ourselves. That makes more sense than attributing magical or sacrificial properties to the number 27.

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Whilst researching this article (i.e. reading some guff on the internet) I came across the same chunk of pointless yet bewildering numerology on a few sites. Numerology for those who have been lucky enough to avoid it, is the false idea that numbers in and of themselves hold some kind of innate power. Here’s some numerology regarding Winehouse to illustrate:

Found ‘dead’ on 7/23/11, age 27 and 311 days. Obviously masonic 311 stands for 3 x 11 or 33 (degree). Since she is a member of the 27 Club, the amount of days after they turned 27 is important and counted. So exactly on the 311th day after tuning 27 she is dead. The whole date together (7+2+3+1+1) is 14 and 27 (2 x 7) is 14. 7×2=14 3×11=33 or 7×2=14 3+11=14 so 14/14 from the date: (7/2)(3/11) 7/23/11 .

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Now using the total 14: 14-11 is 3 and 14-3=11. See the pattern? 2011 (2+0+1+1) is 13. Numerology works with a number/number, so (2+3+1+1)=7 or 7/7. 14/14. Double digits or the same number repeated 77 gives power to the ritual. Add the numbers (7+2+3+11), you get 23 altogether. Add (7+2+3+2+0+11), you get 25 or 7. Artists are known to die on the date 25/age 25 or age 27. This is because 25 in the occult stands for 7 while 27 stands for 9. 7, 9, 11, 13, 23, 25, and 33 are occult numbers which are all used in the date. Her tattoos consists of a bluebird, ruby shoes, lightning.

It exhausts me just skim reading it. But is there any real evidence? Well let’s see…


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