Monday, September 22, 2014

33 49 | Lions Will Represent NFC In Super Bowl 49?

From my research, I am convinced most big sporting events are rigged by the numbers; from football, to baseball, to basketball, to boxing to much more; it is a money and control thing.  For this year's coming Super Bowl, which will be played on the 32nd day of the year, February 1, 2015, I'm finding more and more reasons to believe the Detroit Lions are this year's Super Bowl representatives for the NFC.  Why?  Weeks ago I saw they had 33:1 odds before the season began.  Then today I noticed that this year's Super Bowl will be 33-years since the first Super Bowl was played in Detroit, MI.

Notice above how the Detroit Lions originally played in the Western Division, from the year's 1933-49.  This year's Super Bowl will be the 49th, and it will be on the 33rd Parallel North, in Glendale, Arizona.
• Glendale = 7+3+5+5+4+1+3+5 = 33
• 33rd Parallel North
The numbers 33 and 49 are of much significance in the Bible.  The first Bible printed was the "Gutenberg Bible".  The Bible and the NFL have more in common that most people realize; the football it self is a "Mandorla".  The splitting of the NFL into two conferences in '33 has much to do with this "Mandorla" and sacred geometry.
• The Bible is 66-Books
• 39 Old Testament (See post about Andrew Luck)
• 27 New Testament
• The NFL was established in '66
• Gutenberg = 7+3+2+5+5+2+5+9+7 = 45
• Bible = 2+9+2+3+5 = 21
• Gutenberg Bible = 45+21 = 66
From what I can tell, in picking these games, you have to see which teams the numbers line up best for.  The people at the top, I'm quite certain they're making the same determinations.  Learn how they see it, then you'll see it.

Another tell for a Lions Super Bowl run might be the transition of Golden Tate from the Seattle Seahawks to the Detroit Lions.  It should be noted that Tate played his college football in Michigan, and won the Super Bowl last year with the Seattle Seahawks, the teams only "33" Gematria team, on the first Super Bowl played on the 33rd day of the year.
• Seahawks = 1+5+1+8+1+5+11+1 = 33
For the NFC Championship, I see a game between NFC North Lions and Bears, oh my.
• The Bears = 2+8+5+2+5+1+9+1 = 33
For an AFC Opponent in the Super Bowl, I see the manchurian Quarterback Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.

Below is a chart with NFL Preseason Super Bowl Odds:
Odds to Win Super Bowl XLIX as of September 1, 2014:
1. Denver Broncos 11/2
2. Seattle Seahawks 6/1
3. New England Patriots 8/1
4. San Francisco 49ers 8/1
5. Green Bay Packers 9/1
6. New Orleans Saints 9/1
8. Chicago Bears 22/1
9. Indianapolis Colts 22/1
10. Detroit Lions 33/1
11. Arizona Cardinals 40/1 (33:1 Odds heading into week 3)
12. Atlanta Falcons 40/1
13. Baltimore Ravens 40/1
14. Cincinnati Bengals 40/1
15. Pittsburgh Steelers 40/1 (33:1 Odds heading into week 3)
16. San Diego Chargers 40/1
17. Carolina Panthers 50/1
18. Kansas City Chiefs 50/1
19. Dallas Cowboys 66/1
20. Houston Texans 66/1
21. Miami Dolphins 66/1
22. New York Giants 66/1
23. St. Louis Rams 66/1
24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 66/1
25. Washington Redskins 66/1
26. Cleveland Browns 75/1
27. Minnesota Vikings 75/1
28. New York Jets 75/1
29. Buffalo Bills 100/1
30. Tennessee Titans 100/1
31. Oakland Raiders 200/1
32. Jacksonville Jaguars 250/1

1. As the regular season wraps up, I think you are correct in your assumption that the Colts and Lions will be in the Superbowl with the Colts winning. I believe the odds of the Lions going to the Superbowl are around 12:1 and for the Colts to win 22:1.

It is rigged. Where big money is involved everything is rigged.

2. What has you finally convinced?

3. Well, I didn't really doubt your calls in September. And if your prediction doesn't play out exactly as you say, I still see the control mechanism that professional sports is.

I've been telling people at work the Lions would go to the Superbowl for almost two months now (based on this post you made). The first reactions were, "not in my lifetime" that the Lions would make it. Now I've got the same guy coming to me saying, "your Lions are looking like they might have a chance." I have to remind the guy that they aren't my Lions and I don't watch football. After the Superbowl I'll have people asking me how I knew this and at that time I'll explain as you have that professional sports(not playing sports) is a scripted waste of time.

Similarly with the Colts, I mentioned to someone at work that the Colts were going to the Superbowl and the comment I heard was very telling to how the masses think they are predicting things and do not realize that they are being controlled by what they watch and what they are told by the box.

So the response was, "well not if Luck plays like he did last week." I don't watch sports or TV so I don't know, but I'm almost positive that this person was just repeating the commentary of a talking head on tv because others around agreed.

This realization I've come to accept this Fall is that professional sports really are fixed and I thank you for helping me see that.

Perhaps not every game is required to be fixed. I think there are unimportant games in unimportant towns given the numerology for that date that aren't so much controlled that day. That is probably why it is hard to predict who will win every single game of the regular season.

And that provides the sleeping public which idolizes the sport with enough reality to believe all of these games are true competition rather than being a scripted behavior control instrument.

How did they get so good at tricking almost everyone??

I want to share this quote which to me sums up the results of all the mind control which dominates the behavior of the masses:

The ideal, in the view of the behaviorists, is the paranoid's dream, a method so smooth that no one will know his behavior is being manipulated and against which no resistance is therefore possible ... There is no longer a set of impositions which he can regard as unjust or capricious and against which he can dream of rebelling. To entertain such dreams would be madness. Gradually, even the ability to imagine alternatives begins to fade. This is, after all, not only the best of all possible worlds; it is the only one. -Peter Schrag Mind Control, Pantheon, 1978

So today I see that they can script these things without any concern that the truth will be discovered. You cannot see the truth if you've already bought into the lie.

4. Beautiful post Michael, the way you closed it is right on the money.