Tuesday, December 29, 2015

50 66 122 | Super Bowl 50, the Carolina Panthers & the Black Panthers, Cam Newton & Huey P. Newton (Why Broncos vs Panthers Makes Sense)

As I often say, the professional sports championships are themed with what is taking place in the world, at least in terms of what is being presented in mainstream culture.  At this moment in time, recent years have been fueled with mainstream media headlines having to do with race, especially in regards to police officer shootings, often reported as a white officer shooting a black man or even child.

In this regard, think about the 'White' Broncos vs the 'Black' Panthers, reminding many, at least subliminally, of the black Panthers, established in 1966, emphasis on '66, for 'black nationalism'.  Making matters even more interesting, the Black Panther Party began in Oakland, CA, near where upcoming Super Bowl 50 is being hosted.

Black = 2+3+1+3+2 = 11
Nationalism = 5+1+2+9+6+5+1+3+9+1+4 = 46/55
Black Nationalism = 57/66

The Black Panther Party was established by Huey P. Newton, the Carolina Panthers are lead by Cam Newton, emphasis on Newton.  Below is a post on the Black Panther Party and Huey P. Newton's death at age 47.  With regards to the NFL and 47, the first Super Bowl was in the 47th season.

http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2014/12/66-74-166-huey-p-newton-and-black.html

Super Bowl 50 will be played February 7, 2016, 50-years after the establishment of the Black Panther Party in '66.

Super Bowl 50
Fifty Years Since Formation of Black Panther Party
Fifty = 6+9+6+20+25 = 66

With regards to the Black Panther Party, or BPP, they have a connection in name Gematria to 'San Francisco', the host of Super Bowl 50.



There is a great connection between San Francisco and Super Bowl 50 too.


What the NFL and the race war most definitely have in common, is that they are part of the "New World Order", or "Old World Order" agenda.  The football is for distraction, and the race war is for division.


Is the video suggesting 15-1 with its 1:51 length?
That number was good news for Conor McGregor...