This album was released on a date with 41 numerology, matching the age of death of Chester Benning, 41-years old, the 13th prime.
5/19/17 = 5+19+17 = 41
May 19 is the 139th day of the year, leaving 226-days remaining.
Freemasonry = 139
Planet = 226; Saturn = 93; Two Hundred Twenty Six = 93; Linkin = 93
Moon = 57; Chris = 57; Scottish Rite = 57; Entertainer = 57; Hello Prince, Vanity and Charlie
Thirty-Three = 141
Notice the overlap with the album title One More Light, and the word Eclipse. The number is 69.
We're watching Robert Plant, who turns 69 the day before the eclipse.
This is reminiscent of Chris Cornell, who released an album connected with the eclipse, just before his death.
From the release of the album was 94-days, or a span of 95.
The moon and sun are classical planets.
Planet = 94
Outer Space = 147; Space Ship = 147; Freemason = 147; Conspiracy = 147
Using Francis Bacon, Eclipse also sums to 95.
The album has '10' tracks. Ten = 39; Chester = 39; Chris = 39; Eclipse = 39
Nobody can save me = 59/158; Freemasonry = 59/158
There's more, but that's enough.