The words “John Gurdon”.

Note: Translated words like ‘John Gurdon indicate unusual relationships between the character positions in the word(s) being translated and result of the translation.

God (UFO/ET) talks to us through the ET Corn Gods language translation of words.

John Gurdon:
John:
Drop o.
J is 10, “October”.
H is 8.
N is 14, 2+12, “2012”.
2 is B, Boron = “Bad”. (Drop “o”, or-66-66 .. = “0”, drop it)
Therefore:
John = “October 8, 2012 AD”.
Gurdon = “Nodrg”.
No is Nobelium, “Nobel ium”,
I is nine, ie, “T+I”,
T is 20, book “Pr”.
Therefore:
I = “Pri”
I is nine, ie.
E is e+66+66 .. = “SS”.
S is 19, 19+66 = “85”,
8 = 2+6, 26, z
Therefore:
Gurdon = “Nobel Prize s um drg”
Su-66-66 .. = “G”.
M is ac, ame.
Game – 66-66 … = “Re”.
R is 18, Dad.
Da+66+66 .. = “Wi”.
Therefore:
Sum = “Wid e”.
D is 4, book Nu.
Therefore:
Sum = “Winue”
U is 21, N+G, “Ng”.
Therefore:
Sum = “Winnge”.
G is 7, 70-66=4, D, 500, 5, “e”.
E is 5, 50, L, 12+66+66 .. = “Nd”, N+D = r.
Therefore:
Gurdon = “Nobel Prize Winner drg”
D is 4, book Nu, n is 14, 2+12, “2012”.
Urg.
Rg = 187, -66 = “au”, La, L+A = “M”.
M+66+66 = “Ne”.
U is 21, backwards is 12, L, 50, backwards is 05
5+66+66 .. = “SS”.
S is 19, 1009, “Ci”.
C is 100, 1+33 = “Cd”.
C+66+66 = “Me”.
Add 0+66+66 .. = “924”, ix, Nine, I
Therefore:
Urg = “Medicine”.
Add 0+66 = 66.
6 is ix, x is 24, 2+4.
66+66+66 .. = “or”.
Therefore:
Gurdon = “Nobel Prize Winner 2012 for Medicine”

John Gurdon = “October 8, 2012 AD, Nobel Prize Winner 2012 for Medicine”.

How does George R. Simpson do these translations? See [HERE].  Other exact date translations [HERE].

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