Saturday, March 26, 2016

22 31 64 78 85 96 123 | Villanova Wildcats upset Kansas Hawhawks, NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, March 26, 2016 (The Ryan Arcidiacono Conspiracy)


Villanova scored 32 in both halves, a possible tribute to KU, the opponent they defeated.


KU = 11+21 = 32

Notice the sum of 123 points, 64+59.  We'll talk about the significance of '64' in a moment.

Conspiracy = 3+15+14+19+16+9+18+1+3+25 = 123



Villanova's college basketball team is 96-years old.

Freemason = 6+18+5+5+13+1+19+15+14 = 96 (Jerold Taylor Wright)

Notice Villanova won the National Championship in 1985, only.  That was 31-years ago.

Basketball = 2+1+19+11+5+20+2+1+12+12 = 85
Basketball = 2+1+1+2+5+2+2+1+3+3 = 22/31
1985-2016 is 31-years later

Also in 1985, that was the year the tournament expanded to '64 teams'.  Notice the gematria of Villanova Wildcats (64), and how it matches with March Madness (64).



Today's big upset comes on the 85th day of the year, March 26.  That said, because this year is a leap year, March 26 is the 86th day of the year.



Notice the gematria of '36' for Villanova.  This is Villanova's 36th year in the tournament.  This comes in the year 2016, the year of '666'.  When you sum 1-36, it totals 666.

2016 = 20+16 = 36.
2016 >>> 216 >>> 6x6x6 = 216

http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/03/ncaa-mens-division-i-basketball-bracket.html



The head coach is Jay Wright, who was born in '61, the reflection of '16.  He also has a connection to the age of Villanova's basketball program.

Jerold = 1+5+9+6+3+4 = 28 (Jay = 1+1+7 = 9)
Taylor = 2+1+7+3+6+9 = 28
Wright = 5+9+9+7+8+2 = 40
Jerold Taylor Wright = 96 (Villanova's 96th year of Basketball)
Jay Wright = 49 (Revelation)

Jerold = 10+5+18+15+12+4 = 64 (Villanova Wildcats) (March Madness)
"Jay = 10+1+25 = 36"
Taylor = 20+1+25+12+15+18 = 91
Wright = 23+18+9+7+8+20 = 85 (Basketball) ('85 Villanova)
Jerold Taylor Wright = 240
Jay Wright = 121 (Revelation)


12/24/1961 = 12+24+19+61 = 116
12/24/1961 = 12+24+(1+9+6+1) = 53
12/24/1961 = 1+2+2+4+1+9+6+1 = 26
12/24/61 = 12+24+61 = 97
12/24 = 12+24 = 36

Let us now look at some interesting notes from the end of the upset over Kansas by Villanova.

Villanova point guard, took to the free throw line with 33.1 seconds left, when the announcer began to talk about how it was his birthday and his birthday wish was a Villanova win, no matter how.  As I have pointed out before, the rigged world of Zionist-Masonic sports loves birthdays.

Birthday = 2+9+9+2+8+4+1+7 = 42
Freemason = 6+9+5+5+4+1+1+6+5 = 42


Ryan = 9+7+1+5 = 22
Curran = 3+3+9+9+1+5 = 30
Arcidiacono = 1+9+3+9+4+9+1+3+6+5+6 = 56
Ryan Curran Arcidiacono = 108
Ryan Arcidiacono = 78 (78th year of college tournament this year)

Ryan = 18+25+1+14 = 58
Curran = 3+21+18+18+1+14 = 75
Arcidiacono = 1+18+3+9+4+9+1+3+15+14+15 = 92
Ryan Curran Arcidiacono 225
Ryan Arcidiacono = 150

3/26/1994 = 3+26+19+94 = 142
3/26/1994 = 3+26+(1+9+9+4) = 52
3/26/1994 = 3+2+6+1+9+9+4 = 34
3/26/94 = 3+26+94 = 123 (The sum of today's game)

Notice Ryan turned "22".  Basketball = 22
V = 22 (V for Villanova)


http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/boxscore?gameId=400873025

Notice Ryan was 3-6 on the big win for 'Villanova'.


He took the line with the score 56-54, and brought the score to 58-54.

Freemasonry = 6+9+5+5+4+1+1+6+5+9+7 = 58
Ryan = 18+25+1+14 = 58

They talked about his birthday at this point in the game.

Frank Mason of Kansas would then go down the court and quickly make a 3 pointer, bring the score to 58-57.  The next possession for Villanova, Ryan was fouled and returned to the free throw line.


You have to love where the clock was frozen.  Coincidence?  Even I wonder.


Kansas would go on to win the game, 64-59.


At the end of the game, Frank Mason turned over the ball creating a special moment for Villanova which the announcer commented on.


When the player fell on the ball at the end, off Mason's turnover, the announcer said it was reminiscent of how the Villanova player fell on the ball at the end of the championship in '85, when 'Nova won it all.  Hmmm... I overlooked the Villanova connections to '85 because I did not realize they won the championship that year.  This was a major omission.

Also, it should be noted that it was the birthday boy who knocked the ball away from 'Frank Mason', in the very likely staged ending, meant to give flashbacks to the '85 tourney.


One last point.  In light of the Kansas train wreck that was seemingly connected to this men's tournament and last year's May 12, 2015 train wreck in Philadelphia, where Villanova is located nearby, this team could be the one to upset my North Carolina pick if I am mistaken.  Again, major omission.


Read about the Amtrak wreck in Kansas here:  http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/03/26-32-33-58-64-85-113-dodge-city-kansas.html