I brought up the Edinburgh school's horsemeat-mince in yesterday's post, drawing attention to the supplier's - 3663 - name and logo.
Today it is being reported that McCoy's crisps are being recalled as pieces of plastic have been found in some of the bags. It appears that the offending items all have a best before date of 15th June 2013 and a production code of 3066. Whilst not wanting to make a fool of oneself here, as I don't really subscribe to some forms of "numerology", it seems quite uncanny that the individual digits of the best before date, when added, give 666. Not only that, the 15th of June is the 166th day of the year, with 199 remaining. (mail on line)
Again, not wanting to make a fool of oneself, it's maybe worth noting the band, Fields of the Nephilim, fronted by an Aleister Crowley inspired, Carl McCoy, and their 2013 UK tour named Revelations. (Fields of the Nephilim)
Note that 616 was the original number of the beast before the KJV. Or so I am led to believe.