Today is 4/19, an irrational number. (Technically 4/19 is a rational number, but 4 divided by 19 equals 0.210526316… and Ersjdamoo calls that irrational. Quibbles from irritated mathematicians are welcome.)
On the ship sailing to the lost land of Ultima Thule, you as captain take down the observations. In the ship’s log you note, Full Moon… 4/19… winds becalmed…
Winds becalmed. A lethargy has overtaken the crew. One of the sailors is listlessly measuring the Mueller Report. He counts 400 pages with 8 pages of redactions. The other sailors do not care.
“Must have something to do with Good Friday,” you decide. “That would account for the lethargy.”
Hiram Abiff entered Jerusalem to much acclaim. He had been appointed by King Solomon as chief architect for construction of the temple. The temple was to house the Ark of the Covenant. All seemed well. 
But then, as the building of the temple neared completion, Hiram Abiff was betrayed by three Masons and they struck Hiram dead. 
Later, Hiram rose from the dead. (Really his body was discovered in a shallow grave and exhumed.) 
The years passed. Mention of the Holy Ark disappeared from the Bible. Jesus was born. He said, “The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the Cornerstone…” (Matthew 21: 42) His father, Joseph, was a craftsman, not a carpenter. Jesus and Joseph are called “carpenters” but the Greek word “tekton” can also be translated as “builder” or “mason.” 
Today is Good Friday. The Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 27, mentions that an earthquake coincided with the crucifixion of Jesus. “… the earth did quake, and the rocks rent; and the graves were opened; and many of the bodies of the saints which slept arose, and came out of the graves…” (Matthew 27: 51-53)
The Global Earthquake Forecast warns for today that critical lunar geometry and two planetary alignments could be triggering large seismic activity of 7.5 magnitude and in a worst-case scenario over 8 magnitude. If that happened, the graves would be opened and the bodies of the saints would rise, once again, on Good Friday. (But come to think about it, what is so “good” about Good Friday?)
So the earthquake came and the veil of the temple was rent in twain. Jesus was buried on a Friday. TWO days later, on Sunday, Mary Magdalene heads to the tomb. She got there very early, “at the rising of the sun.” (Mark 16: 2) But Mary Magdalene is told by a young man wearing a white garment who is inside the tomb that Jesus is already gone!
The years pass. The Knights Templar guard Jerusalem. They conduct excavations at the site of Solomon’s temple. Then, in 1187 AD, the Templars have to evacuate Jerusalem. Eventually transferred to southern France, to the Languedoc-Roussillon region, were sacred relics and ancient documents.
In Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, a little town in the southeastern region of France, there is a grotto and a medieval basilica that attract thousands of pilgrims each year. These people believe that the cave, known as La Baume of Mary Magdalene, holds the bones of Mary Magdalene. 
Or were the bones of Miriam Magdala hastily placed in an old chest by the evacuating Templars? Et in Arcadia ego. Et in Arca Dei ego. 
And who is “Our Lady” (Notre Dame)?
——- Sources ——-
 “Hiram Abiff”, Wikipedia. Accessed April 19, 2019.
 “Jesus, Master Mason”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 12, 2017. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2017/04/12/jesus-master-mason/
 “The skull of Mary Magdalene”, Strange Remains, December 4, 2013. https://strangeremains.com/2013/12/04/saintly-display-the-skull-of-mary-magdalene/
 “Paris and Jacques de Molay: Both Burning”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 17, 2019. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2019/04/17/paris-and-jacques-de-molay-both-burning/