Tuesday, June 10, 2014

33 113 | Michael Jordan's January 13 Retirement of 1999




Michael Jordan, the NBA legend and international star, retired three times in his playing career.  The third time, was the final time.  Michael Jordan was also the first NBA player to "Three-Peat"; and is still the only to retire "3-times".  To date, only one other player has achieved the same goal of "Three-Peating", he is Kobe Bryant.  Both Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant have something special in common when it comes to numerology, it is something that they also share with Chief Seattle and George Lucas, as well as the United States of America.  This connection can also be found in the date Michael Jordan retired, January 13, 1999.  Let us examine.

First, the date.
  • 1/13/1999
  • Notice the 113, it is crucial.
  • Also notice that the date sums to 33, also crucial.
  • 1+1+3+1+9+9+9 = 33
Next, Michael Jordan.
  • Michael = 13+9+3+8+1+5+12 = 51
  • Jordan = 10+15+18+4+1+14 = 62
  • Michael Jordan = 113
Then, Kobe Bryant
  • Kobe = 11+15+2+5 = 33
  • Bryant = 2+18+25+1+14+20 = 80
  • Kobe Bryant = 113
The name Michael can also be decoded with the "Pythagorean Method".
  • Michael = 4+9+3+8+1+5+3 = 33
The NBA, in total, is a "33" league.  From Larry Bird to Magic Johnson, to Patrick Riley and so many more.
  • Bird = 2+9+18+4 = 33
  • Magic = 13+1+7+9+3 = 33
  • Patrick = 7+1+2+9+9+3+2 = 33
  • Riley = 9+9+3+5+7 = 33
It was Patrick Riley who put the trademark or "TM" on the term three-peat.
  • TM = 20+13 = 33
So with that said, who really asked Michael Jordan to retire on January 13, 1999?  Probably the same person who gave him his name.  The NBA is a hoax, and so is a whole lot more.  Don't get it twisted though, the talent is real, and Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, are all real ballers.

Keep these thoughts in mind as you watch the NBA Finals, if you do.
  • NBA Finals = 5+2+1+6+9+5+1+3+1 = 33