I have written on the topic of President Trump winning the 2016 election in the wee hours of the morning on November 9th or 11/9 when the great Rust Belt state of Pennsylvania put him over the 270 electoral votes he needed to win. But what I wrote was a defense against those shell-shocked Trump haters on the Left who seized on the date "11/9" and spun it into an ominous sign that Trump would be a 9/11 disaster (11/9 reverse) as president:

"11/9 is the new 9/11,"  tweeted one. "Worst day in
America 9/11....2nd worst day in America 11/9" tweeted another. Then came Michael Moore, who predicted Trump's victory, with the tweet, "Fahrenheit 11/9."
In defense of the newly elected president I wrote that "11/9" was 9/11 reverse. That it was a sign of Donald Trump completely reversing the fortunes of our radical Islamic terrorist enemies; and I predicted that Trump (with Mad Dog Mattis* at Defense) will do to them what they did to us on 9/11-and worse, much worse. In short, I predicted that Donald Trump will be their worst nightmare and 9/11 CATASTROPHE. And so far, unless you hate his guts, President Trump hasn't disappointed us.
*Oddly, on 9-11-2007 (sixth anniversary of 9/11) President George Bush elevated Lieutenant Mattis to the rank of general to command U.S. Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, Virginia. Then on 11-9-2007 Mattis was promoted to four-star general and took control of
 NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (see).
But what you're about to read has nothing to do with defeating ISIS and al Qaida and winning the war against Islamic jihad and terror. What you're about to read is a new, astonishing, inspirational discovery about Donald Trump's historic 11/9 victory date; a discovery like many others that I wrote about since the start of his gravity defying against the odds presidential campaign two years ago, signifying that his presidency is the Work of Divine Providence, as Reverend Graham said, and not a freak historical accident. For what I've discovered below can only be explained supernaturally as a signature effect of a 
Higher Power, or sign, that Donald Trump is a Providential Man: a blessing to this nation and its people in a time of peril for reversing our economic, military and geopolitical decline. This is what I found:
When on 11-09-2016 around 2:30 p.m. a stunned anti-Trump media led by the New York Times called the election for Donald Trump it was the 44th week of the year, one day shy of the 45th (see). Indeed, on 11/9 Trump was elected by the country to succeed the 44th president, Barack Obama, to be its 45th president; and it was the blue state of Pennsylvania, one of the 13 original revolutionary colonies (which a GOP presidential candidate hadn't won in 28 years*) that led the way to Trump's astounding, odds defying, underdog victory - and put him in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
*Oddly, on November 8, 1988 (the last time before 2016 a presidential election was held on that date) George H. W. Bush won Pennsylvania and the presidency.
Now here is where it gets profound and shows signs of a Higher Power connecting Donald Trump's 11/9 election victory to the Founding and Framing of our Constitutional Republic:
First off when we combine the numbers 119 (signifying the month and day of Donald Trump's victory) with 44 (signifying the week of the year) it gives us the five digit number 11944. Now if we turn 11944 into WEEKS then subtract it from the complete date 11-09-2016 something
 seemingly or actually (however you want to see it) miraculous happens: it brings us the the date December 12, 1787. What is significant, astonishing and mind boggling about this date, and indicates that Trump's victory was no chance accident or mistake (or work of Russian hackers, or a James "Comey Effect" as Hillary Clinton believes) is that it was precisely when the great state of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia was our capital at the time) ratified the U.S. Constitution and entered the Union...the second state to do so (seesee and see).
 Just write 11944 in the Weeks box (only three digits of the number will appear) hit Subtract, then hit Calculate New Date, and this is the result you will get:

From Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Subtracted 11,944 weeks
Normalized to 83,608 days

Result: Wednesday, December 12, 1787

But there's more:


 President Trump in celebration of the last day of his very productive first 100 days (more productive that Ronald Reagan's) decided to skip the White House correspondents' dinner in Washington and be with his supporters in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; he did this to thank them once again for electing him president on 11-09-2016, and to celebrate his achievements.
Now Donald Trump's presidency which auspiciously began on the 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of his life (see), and whose 77th day in office, April 7th*, was the best of his first 100 days, ended that very productive period on Saturday, April 29th, the 7th day of the week. Amazingly, astonishingly and I believe providentially April 29th, when Trump was with his Pennsylvania supporters, was the 119th day of the year (see and see).
*On April 7th Syrian time President Trump ordered the bombing of Bashir Assad's air base as punishment for his chemical attack on innocent Syrian civilians. Moreover, April 7th was the day Neil Gorsuch was confirmed to the Supreme Court (see). BTW, 119 is a multiple of 7 17x.   
In the above I established what I believe is a providential connection linking Donald Trump's election victory on 11-09-2016 to the historic day Pennsylvania ratified the Constitution and entered the Union. This was part of the process that turned 13 separate states into a unified nation. "OUT OF MANY ONE." Does this foreshadow Donald Trump unifying our terribly divided and turbulent country? The odds seem against it. But will Providence intervene sometime in the near future confronting us with an existential threat that will unite the country behind Donald Trump like it did with Franklin Roosevelt in the 1940s? 
However, going further I will show you something equally astounding: the linking of President Trump's election to July 4, 1776, our nation's Founding Moment. This is how it's done:
Above I mentioned that when Donald Trump was sworn into office it auspiciously fell on the 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of his incredible life. That gives us the numbers 70 (7 X 10), 7 and 7. Now look at this: when I used timeanddate.com to calculate the exact number of days separating 7-04-1776 (a date encoded with three 7s) and 11-09-2016 it totals exactly (are you ready for this) 87,787 days - a number like the date of our Founding, and Donald Trump's age at his inaugural, encoded with three 7s (see).
From and including: Thursday, July 4, 1776
To and including: Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Result: 87,787 days
 Anyone who thinks that all the above is the work of random, meaningless, chaotic, undirected chance, or mathematical trickery on my part, is greatly mistaken. Donald Trump, just like FDR his predecessor from New York is a Providential Man with a great national mission, purpose and destiny; part of which is to reverse 9/11 and reign utter, total, devastating havoc on our radical Moslem terrorist enemies. This, I believe, is supernatually indicated by the following:  
 I began this article with an interpretation of Donald Trump's 11/9 victory as a sign of his destiny to completely reverse the 9/11 event which first struck New York City (where Trump was born) and then Washington DC (where Trump currently resides as president); and then there was  the third terrible event of that day: the crash of United Airlines Flight 93*near Shanksville, Pennsylvania - the state that gave Donald Trump his victory on 11/9.
*As Trump won Pennsylvania on 11/9, the 44th week of the year, oddly there were 44 people aboard Flight 93 (including the terrorists) when it crashed (see).
Now here is where it gets profound. On Friday May 19th Donald Trump went on his first overseas trip as President of the United States. As you will see according to the signs it was the right trip, to the right place at the right time in history. Why?  Because it was an 11/9 trip. Why do I say this? Because amazingly, incredibly, astonishingly it fell on the 119th day of Donald Trump's presidency (see and see).
Think about this: as 11/9 symbolically is the reverse of the terrible destructive terrorist attack on 9/11 (and signifies,  I believe, Donald Trump completely reversing the fortunes of (turning the table on) our radical Islamic terrorist enemies, he began his trip on the 119th day of his presidency in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (Osama bin Ladin's birthplace) where 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers originated.
And what did President Trump accomplish by that first and most important leg of his trip? He reasserted US power in the region after a period of intentional and deliberate retreat and decline by his predecessor where the terrorist states of ISIS and Iran filled the void wrecking havoc on the region; and Syria descended into a fratricidal civil war where 500,000 have died. Donald Trump on that trip united 54 Sunni Moslem nations* behind his leadership to end the financing, support and murderous existence of Islamic terrorism; an amazing historic achievement unprecedented for a nonMoslem head of state. Clearly the consequences of what he accomplished that day will long be remembered, as will his epoch making presidency for our nation.
As I wrote above General James "Mad Dog" Maddis who is President Trump's right hand man for completely reversing 9/11 and defeating our Islamic terrorist enemies became a general,  and was given control of the US Joint Forces Command, on 9-11-2007; and 60 days later on 11-9-2007 he was upgraded to a 4-star general and took control of NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Transformation.
In what follows you will see God's hand at work in bringing together General Mattis and his commander-in-chief, President Trump. Above I wrote that Donald Trump on the day he became President was in the 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of his amazing life. Well, quite incredibly, when Trump kicked off his presidential campaign on June 16, 2015 General Mattis had been a four star general and NATO's Supreme Allied Commander for exactly 7 years, 7 months and 7 days. I'm not making this up:

From and including: Friday, November 9, 2007
To, but not including Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Result: 2776 days

It is 2776 days from the start date to the end date, but not including the end date

Or 7 years, 7 months, 7 days excluding the end date (see). 


Now if we include the end date in our calculations the number of days is increased by one giving us a total of 2777 days (see).


Now the question is what does the number 7 mean if it has meaning at all? Pythagoreans, Kabbalists and those who assign meanings to numbers tell us that 7 is symbolic of








By the sheer force of his indomitable will and personality Donald Trump against titanic opposition and seemingly impossible odds became President of the United States; and is staying in power confident that nothing and no one can or will undo his election and bring him down.




And with the superb Mad Dog Mattis as Defense Secretary Donald Trump will accomplish legendary things as America is made great again rising phoenix like from the  ashes of the Obama years to new heights of glory and achievement.






















  1. Congrats Apollo. You’ve outdone your sycophancy of Donald Trump. No one kisses his butt better. And I mean NO ONE!

  2. This blockbuster blog is exactly why I won’t go against President Trump…God doesn’t make mistakes and everything that everyone has brought against this man has been thrown to the ground…there is a reason for that…

    Believing in God and believing that God has His Hands on President Trump is way good for me…

    1. God always chooses our leaders. I think he tried to teach us a lesson with Obama, and now after we have learned a lesson, he gave us a real leader in Trump.

      Thank you Father!!

  3. It may look like President Trump lost his battle with Comey. But he’s going to be one sorry little man.

  4. 1980. First vote at age 18. Got lucky
    28 years of disappointment following Reagan. 28 years of prayer. Finally! Answered!

  5. Wonderful Apollo. And Amen. Trump was not sick a day on the campaign trail. God protected him from those who meant him harm and gave him strength, fortitude and endurance beyond the capacity of most 70 year olds. And the election results are nothing but miraculous.

    Thanking God for His mercies and grace for our country. I will be praying daily for PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP. (Love saying that!!)

    1. Trump’s energy was powered by God. It was a supernatural energy. There’s no other rational explanation considering his age.

    2. From early August 2016 to Nov. 7th Trump held 132 campaign rallies to Hillary’s 63. An astonishing feat for a 70 year old man.

  6. On 11-9 ISRAEL WON!!!!

    GOD showed what happens when man rejects or tries to harm HIS land!!! I know everything is His, but I think He watches to see if man will love and support Israel!!!!

    Praise God from whom all blessings flow!!!

  7. I totally see it, divine guidance. I said on election night that if Trump wins then God has not given up on America, and here we are!

  8. Comey hearings and all I’ve never felt so much hope and joy for our country’s future since 11-9, the day America was reborn

  9. My new nickname for Trump is the Amazing Repelling Man (ARM) who sends attacks thrown at him back with 10 times the force.

    1. Great writing AS! They called Ronaldus Maximus ‘the teflon president’ nothing sticks to him… Pres T is Reagan’s true heir.

  10. Incredible is the word, Apollo. Let’s put it this way Pres T is our David facing this nation’s Goliaths!! God is equipping him!

  11. Proverbs 15:25 (NLT) The Lord tears down the house of the proud.

    “House” can apply to a government structure. Obama’s pride is so great, God himself is tearing down his legacy, using Trump and others to do it.

    1. “No weapon formed against you will prosper and every tongue that rises against you in judgment you shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord and their vindication is from Me, says the the Lord.”

      Isaiah 54:17

      This is the promise of the Almighty God to His servant, Donald John Trump when he was elected on 11/9..

  12. There is no God. But if there were and a lying, low life, con man, pussy grabber was his agent what would that say about God?

  13. I love what Franklin Graham said (who Apollo mentioned in his extraordinary article) after the election when Russiagate was heating up: “Do you think the Russians interfered with the outcome of the U.S. election or was it God?”

      1. Franklin Graham was disinvited from the national prayer breakfast in 2012 by Obama. “Chrislam” cheerleader Rick Warren prayed at the 2012 inauguration to the islamic “jesus”, named ISA, who muslims believe was not born of a virgin, tricked someone else into dying on the cross, and will return to behead Christians who won’t convert to islam.

        Graham’s forceful prayer regarding the one and only savior Jesus Christ was a direct assault on the gates of Hell.

  14. Very interesting Mr. Apollo. Effective use of that Toro card. It’s Trump all right: the unconquerable charioteer riding over all obstacles on his way to victory. Like Ben Hur in the great novel and motion picture.

  15. Apollo, FYI: Putin has his birthday on the 7th of October, the Russian Revolution was Nov 7, 1917 and 7 is the international country calling code for Russia. This proves that Trump is Putin’s puppet and a Russian spy.

  16. I became a born again Christian 3 months before the election. And in late October I started noticing the number 119 everywhere. First it started with Psalms 119 I heard it on the radio, during service, through a friend within a 2 day period. So i decided to read it. I then googled it and found out that Psalms 119 is the longest chapter in the bible with 176 verses. i also found out that 119 Tauri is the largest star known in the universe in the constellation Taurus, i am a taurus. I went to dinner with my family and the total came out to $119.19, i was in shock. So i decided to play super lotto, idk, and when i saw the results the only numbers i got correct were 1 and 19, 119??? i was freaking out. i told my mom about all this and was going to show her something on net using my phone and i scrolled down i stopped on my contacts, I had 119 contacts! i didn’t now what to make of all this. My mom told me that 11/9 is the day after the election and maybe it was a sign about Trump (who she voted for); and sure enough Trump won on 11-9. Incredible! My mom said it was a sign from God that Trump is under his wings.

  17. From the Daily Mail

    Why ‘lucky 7’ really is the world’s magic number
    Seven is the most significant number across religions and cultures
    It also appears in some of the world’s favourite fictional works
    Poll of 30,000 people reveals 7 is overwhelmingly our favourite number


    PUBLISHED: 02:50 EDT, 10 April 2014 | UPDATED: 05:35 EDT, 10 April 2014

    Lucky: Seven is seen as the world’s favourite number – and it appears across many cultures and religions+5Lucky: Seven is seen as the world’s favourite number – and it appears across many cultures and religions

    Stop any person in the street and ask them to choose an odd number between 1 and 10. More often not, they will say the number 7.

    For ‘lucky 7’ is the world’s favourite number. There are seven days of the week, seven colours of the rainbow, seven notes on a musical scale, seven seas and seven continents.

    Snow White ran off to live with seven dwarves, there were seven brides for seven brothers, Shakespeare described the seven ages of man, Sinbad the Sailor had seven voyages. And when Ian Fleming was looking for a code for James Bond, he didn’t go for 006 or 008. Only 007 had the right ring.

    This week, a poll of 30,000 people confirmed that 7 is overwhelmingly our favourite number — with 3 in second place. A remarkable ten per cent of those surveyed gave 7 — from the infinite choice of numbers available — as their lucky number.

    But why do we prefer some numbers to others? What is so special about 7? And how can something as dry as a number generate such strong emotions?

    Our fascination with certain numbers goes back to the dawn of recorded history. For the Ancient Babylonians the most meaningful number was 60. They based their mathematics and calendar around it — and we, many centuries later, have inherited their system. That’s why an hour has 60 minutes, and a minute 60 seconds.

    In Ancient Egypt, 12 was considered special. In Egyptian mythology there were 12 realms of the dead. Indeed, 12 crops up throughout history — inches to a foot, pennies to a shilling, months of the year, the number of apostles. A day is split into two cycles of 12 hours.

    There are sensible reasons to venerate 60 and 12. Both divide neatly into halves, quarter and thirds, making them ideal units of currency and measurement. But that doesn’t explain why humans are still so hung up on 7 — a prime number that cannot neatly be divided by anything other than itself and number 1.

    Fleming chose 007 because it sounded and looked best+5And Snow White had seven dwarfs+5
    Ian Fleming chose 007 over other numbers and Walt Disney chose seven dwarfs for Snow White

    Mathematician Alex Bellos, who carried out the survey as part of research for his book on maths, Alex Through The Looking Glass, says an emotional attachment to numbers — and 7 in particularly — is surprisingly common.

    ‘When I give talks about maths and ask the audience if they have a favourite number, half stick up their hands,’ he says. ‘I suppose we are all a little bit obsessive compulsive. It’s comforting to have a favourite number.’

    Favourite numbers are usually linked to birthdays, anniversaries or house numbers. But some people have the strangest reasons. When asked why she voted for 7 in the poll, one woman said: ‘It is a bit awkward; it can’t be equally divided and won’t bend to the rules so easily.’

    We are most familiar with the numbers 1 to 10, and tend to pick our favourites from those. Most people see odd numbers as more exotic than even ones.

    ‘Our brains see numbers and want to try to split them in two,’ says Bellos. ‘They can’t do that with odd numbers so people feel their “personalities” are different and more appealing.’

    Can numbers be funny? Author Joseph Heller spent some time deciding that 22 was funnier than 11 or 14+5Can numbers be funny? Author Joseph Heller spent some time deciding that 22 was funnier than 11 or 14

    We also seem to be attracted to prime numbers. Again, the fact that we can’t divide them cleanly makes them more distinctive. So when looking for a favourite number, that makes 3, 5 and 7 the most likely candidates.

    But Bellos’s survey also revealed people don’t like numbers ending in 5. We are so used to rounding up numbers to the nearest multiple of 10 that numbers finishing in 5 seem oddly unsatisfactory.

    That knocks 5 out the running, and three — the second favourite — misses out on first place, possibly because it is just too mundane. After all, we see groups of 3 everywhere we look: traffic lights with 3 colours, sets of knives, forks and spoons, 3 hands on a clock, 3 meals a day. So the less common 7, then, takes the crown.

    If you don’t believe our brains behave as predictably as this, try this mind-reading test on a family member or friend.

    Ask them to think of a two-digit number less than 50. Tell them both the digits must be odd and different. Say that they can’t have 11 but could have 13. When psychologists tried this in experiments, more than a third chose 37.

    The trick works because there are actually only eight numbers someone is allowed to choose from — 13, 15, 17, 19, 31, 35, 37 and 39. And by mentioning the number 13 in the preamble, you put them off that one.

    But time after time, despite having 7 combinations of numbers to choose from, the lure of 7 combined with the second favourite number 3 draws people to choose 37. It’s a prime number and the most ‘exotic’.

    And what about the numbers we don’t like? In Alex Bellos’s poll, people could nominate any whole number they liked. The lowest number that had no nominations was 110.

    Hebrew tradition states seven is the number of intelligence, and there are seven Great Holy Days in the Jewish year. Elsewhere, the traditional Menorah, pictured, has seven branches+5Hebrew tradition states seven is the number of intelligence, and there are seven Great Holy Days in the Jewish year. Elsewhere, the traditional Menorah, pictured, has seven branches

    Bellos is unsure why. However, his research has shown people aren’t as keen on numbers ending in 0 — perhaps because we are so used to seeing numbers rounded to the nearest 10 and so it loses its distinctiveness.

    If numbers can be attractive, can they also be funny? Are there people for whom 88 brings a wry smile, but who’d never laugh at 50?

    Joseph Heller, author of the war satire Catch-22 spent ages discussing numbers with his agent before deciding that 22 was funnier than 11 or 14.

    Douglas Adams, the creator of A Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, said he chose 42 as the answer to the ‘ultimate question of life, the universe and everything’ because it was an ‘ordinary, smallish number’. He was right. The joke works because the answer — worked out by the most powerful computer in existence over seven-and-a-half-million years —is a crushing anti-climax.

    Fear of the number thirteen is called Triskaidekaphobia, a word coined in 1911, and superstitious sufferers associate the number with bad luck and misfortune.

    In Tarot cards, Death is the thirteenth card in a deck, while the end of the Mayan calendar’s 13th Baktun, or cycle, was said to be the time of the apocalypse in 2012.

    In religion, Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Jesus Christ in the Bible, was the thirteenth member at the last supper.

    Friday the 13th is considered the unluckiest day of the month.

    But in Italy, 13 is considered a lucky number, especially when gambling, whereas 17 is considered unlucky.

    Although it is not known why these numbers hold this significance in Italy, 17 is linked with bad luck because when written in Roman numerals XVII, it can be rearranged to spell the Roman word VIXI meaning ‘I have lived’ – found on ancient tombstones.
    Alex Bellos’s poll only asked people for their favourite number. But if it had asked for the number they hate, the answer would inevitably have been 13. The fear of 13 — or Triskaidekaphobia — is so widespread that one in ten people are thought to suffer from it.

    Many large hotels go straight from the 12th to the 14th floor. No one knows why 13 is thought to be unlucky, but there are many theories. One is that it represents Judas Iscariot, the 13th apostle, who betrayed Jesus at the Last Supper.

    Another is that it comes from Norse lore, where evil was introduced to the world by the mischievous god Loki at a party in Valhalla, the home of the gods. According to the legend, he was the 13th guest to arrive.

    The grip of 13 is so great that the risk of having a road accident goes up on Friday the 13th. Not because the day is unlucky, but because superstitious drivers tended to be more anxious — and so more accident prone.

    Getting hung up about numbers can also reduce your odds of winning a fortune. People who pick ‘lucky’ numbers such as 3 and 7 are just as likely to win the lottery as people who pick numbers out of the hat. But if they hit the jackpot, they have to split the cash with more winners.

    That’s what happened on November 14, 1995, when 133 tickets shared the £16 million prize — each winner got just £120,000. The winning numbers were 7, 17, 23, 32, 38, 42 and 48 — all popular numbers with players.

    There are some occasions when 7 is not so lucky after all.

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