## Sunday, March 13, 2016

### 36 45 108 112 | Why I like the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series in 2016, breaking the 108-year "Curse of the Billy Goat"

Let us begin by decoding the gematria of 'Chicago Cubs', for it has a connection to their World Series drought likely ending this season, 2016.

Chicago = 3+8+9+3+1+7+15 = 46
Cubs = 3+21+2+19 = 45 (Last in World Series in '45)
Chicago Cubs = 91

Chicago = 3+8+9+3+1+7+6 = 37
Cubs = 3+3+2+1 = 9/18 (Baseball = 18/27)
Chicago Cubs = 46/55

Notice it has been 108-years since the Cubs have won the World Series.  This is a good distance of time for "The Curse of the Billy Goat" to end.

It's = 9+20+19 = 48
Over = 15+22+5+18 = 60
It's Over = 108 (Cubs = 18)
It's Over = 9+2+1+6+4+5+9 = 36/45 (2016 = 20+16 = 36) (Illinois = 45) (Cubs = 45)

The last time the Cubs were in a World Series was 1945, emphasis on '45.

Also notice the numerology of '2016' and '1908', the last year they won.

2016 = 2+0+1+6 = 9
1908 = 1+9+0+8 = 18 = 1+8 = 9

Think about how significant '9' is in baseball, a game of 9 innings.

162 games... 1+6+2 = 9
27 outs... 2+7 = 9
MLB = 13+12+2 = 27 = 2+7 = 9
Baseball = 2+1+1+5+2+1+3+3 = 18/27 = 9

Here are a list of all the World Series the Cubs have participated in.  In the chart below, the left most team is the winning team for the World Series.

Notice the opponents the Cubs have played.

Chicago White Sox
Detroit Tigers (4 times)
Boston Red Sox
New York Yankees (2 times)

Lifetime, the Chicago Cubs have been in 10 World Series, and won 2.  Their two wins came in 1907 and 1908.  They rank 8th all-time in World Series appearances.

Let us examine the manager, Joe Maddon.

Joe Maddon is 62-years old for the upcoming season.  Mason = 62

Joe = 1+6+5 = 12
Joseph = 1+6+1+5+7+8 = 28/37
John = 1+6+8+5 = 20
4+1+4+4+6+5 = 24
Joseph John Maddon = 72/81 (Baseball = 18/27)

Joe Maddon = 36 (2016 = 20+16 = 36)

Joe = 10+15+5 = 30
Joseph = 10+15+19+5+16+8 = 73
John = 10+15+8+14 = 47

JJM = 10+10+13 = 33
2/8/1954 = 2+8+19+54 = 83
2/8/1954 = 2+8+(1+9+5+4) = 29
2/8/1954 = 2+8+1+9+5+4 = 29
2/8/54 = 2+8+54 = 64

Notice Joe Maddon was hired by the Cubs November 2, 2014.

11/2/2014 = 11+2+20+14 = 47
11/2/2014 = 11+2+(2+0+1+4) = 20
11/2/2014 = 1+1+2+2+0+1+4 = 11 (Cubs looking for 11th World Series appearance)
11/2/14 = 11+2+14 = 27 (MLB)

The date November 2, or 11/2, also looks a lot like 112, and this season, will be the 112th World Series.  Only one team has a connection to '112', and that is the Houston Astros.

Houston = 8 +15+21+19+20+15+14 = 112
112th World Series
*Last year New York lost in 111th World Series (New York = 111)

The last time a Chicago team won the World Series, it was the White Sox in 2005, over the Houston Astros.  That was when the Astros were in the National League.  Since that World Series, they have moved to the American League.  Read more about that below.

On February 17, 2016, ESPN projected the World Series as Cubs and Astros.  They did this after I put out a video saying why this was my early pick for the upcoming World Series.

Houston = 8+6+3+1+2+6+5 = 31/40
Astros = 1+1+2+9+6+1 = 20/38
Houston Astros = 51/78 (Houston Texans = 51) (Hosting Super Bowl 51)

Houston = 8 +15+21+19+20+15+14 = 112
Astros = 1+19+20+18+15+19 = 92
Houston Astros = 204

Last season, 2015, the Cubs and the Astros were the two teams to advance in the Wild Card Round.

What stood out to me last year was the managers the Cubs and Astros advanced over.  The Cubs advanced over Clint Hurdle and the Astros advanced over Joe Girardi.  As it happens, these are the only two mangers in the league with '106' name gematria, the number of prophecy'.

Clint = 3+3+9+5+2 = 22
Clinton = 3+3+9+5+2+6+5 = 33
Merrick = 4+5+9+9+9+3+2 = 41
Hurdle = 8+3+9+4+3+5 = 32
Clinton Merrick Hurdle = 106
Clint Hurdle = 54 (Baseball = 54)

Joe = 1+6+5 = 12
Joseph = 1+6+1+5+7+8 = 28/37
Elliott = 5+3+3+9+6+2+2 = 30
Girardi = 7+9+9+1+9+4+9 = 48
Joseph Elliott Girardi = 106
Joe Girardi = 60

Prophecy = 16+18+15+16+8+5+3+25 = 106

http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/eye-on-baseball/25327502/mlb-playoffs-full-schedule-tv-listings-and-odds

Next up, Wrigley Field.  The Cubs have never won in Wrigley Field because it was built in 1914, 6-years after their last championship.

Wrigley = 5+9+9+7+3+5+7 = 45 (It's Over) (Illinois) ('45, last Cubs World Series)
Field = 6+9+5+3+4 = 27
Wrigley Field = 72

Wrigley = 23+18+9+7+12+5+25 = 99 (Illinois)
Field = 6+9+5+12+4 = 36
Wrigley Field = 135

Chicago = 3+8+9+3+1+7+6 = 37
Illinois = 9+3+3+9+5+6+9+1 = 45/54
Chicago, Illinois = 82/91

Chicago = 3+8+9+3+1+7+14 = 46
Illinois = 9+12+12+9+14+15+9+19 = 99
Chicago Illinois = 145

Notice that Wrigley was originally built as Weeghman Park.

Weeghman = 5+5+5+7+8+4+1+5 = 40
Park = 7+1+9+2 = 19/28
Weeghman Park = 59/68

Weeghman = 23+5+5+7+8+13+1+14 = 76
Park = 16+1+18+11 = 46
Weeghman Park = 122

Further, notice the date of the first game there, April 20, 1916.

4/20/1916 = 4+20+19+16 = 59 (Weeghman Park)
4/20/1916 = 4+20+(1+9+1+6) = 41
4/20/1916 = 4+2+0+1+9+1+6 = 23
4/20/16 = 4+20+16 = 40

After 7-years, it was named Cubs Park, then 6-years later, Wrigley Field.  2016 will mark 89-years of baseball at "Wrigley".

Cubs = 3+3+2+1 = 9/18
Park = 7+1+9+2 = 19/28
Cubs Park = 28/46

Cubs = 3+21+2+19 = 45
Park = 16+1+18+11 = 46
Cubs Park = 91

With regards to Wrigley, it is the second oldest stadium in Major League Baseball, the oldest is Fenway Park in Boston.  The current General Manager of the Cubs is Theo Epstein, who turned 42-years old this past December, a special number to the Freemasons.  Before being the GM of the Cubs, he was the GM of the Boston Red Sox, and helped snap the 86-year streak of no World Series wins for the Red Sox, known as the 'Curse of the Bambino'.  Should the Cubs win the World Series with Epstein as General Manager, he will go down as a 'Baseball God'.

Theo = 2+8+5+6 = 21
Nathaniel = 5+1+2+8+1+5+9+5+3 = 39
Epstein = 5+7+1+2+5+9+5 = 34/43
Theo Nathaniel Epstein = 94/103
Theo Epstein = 55/64 (Chicago Cubs = 46/55)

Theo = 20+8+5+15 = 48
Nathaniel = 14+1+20+8+1+14+9+5+12 = 84
Epstein = 5+16+19+20+5+9+14 = 88
Theo Nathaniel Epstein = 220
These Epstein = 136

12/29/1973 = 12+29+19+73 = 133
12/29/1973 = 12+29+(1+9+7+3) = 61
12/29/1973 = 1+2+2+9+1+9+7+3 = 34
12/29/73 = 12+29+73 = 114

And again, his age of '42' stands out.

Freemason = 6+9+5+5+4+1+1+6+5 = 42/51

1. So two long curses could be ending cavs and Cubs who do you like to win the college basketball tournament and the final four?

1. I think Michigan State wins it all.

MSU = 44
Michigan state university = 282, 102 or 12
Michigan st spartans = 211 or the reflection of 112, 76
Michigan = 46,64
Michigan is the 26th state, on 1/26 or 216
Sparatans = 612 or the reflection of 216
Sparty = 27, 99 or 66
99 = 9+9 or 18
66 = 6+6 or 12
green = 31, 49
white = 29, 65,390 or 39, 722
green and white = 70, 133
Lansing = 31, 76
Lansing Michigan = 77, 140 or 14, 840 or 84
Izzo = 76, 31
Tom Izzo = 43
Denzel = 66, 30
Valentine = 39, 750 or 75, 102 or 12, 612 or 216
Denzel Valentine = 69, 1008 or 18, 168
MSU last title was 16 years ago in 2000
established in 1855
eighteen fifty five = 1603 or 163, 181, 1086

championship on 4/4 which has numerology 4+4+20+16 =44, 4+4+2+1+6 = 17, 4+4+16
Final four began 4/2 or 42
Championship is in Houston Texas
NRG Stadium = 45, 126, 801 or 81
NRG = 21, 39
Ncaa championship = 78, 150 or 15
March madness = 46, 118, 708 or 78
Ncaa tournament champion = 95, 239
Ncaa tournament champion twenty sixteen = 154
Final Four = 48, 102 or 12, 612 or 216
Houston = 112, 31
Championship started in 1939
77 years ago
Oregon won first championship
Texas = 69, 15
Houston texas = 181, 46

2. Michigan St. won the Big Ten Tournament.
It was the 18th year of the Big Ten Tournament
Tournament was in Indianapolis where #18 Peyton was drafted and paves the way for Indianapolis Colts to be in the Superbowl, which is also in Houston

2. remember the cubs curse comes from them throwing a world series about 100 years ago so maybe it is there time i no if the cubs play the yankees in the world series it will be the highest rated ever

nba is the most predictable sport because its build on star power but mlb is hard to predict you have to look deep into to figure it out so i def could see the cubs winning

1. It's no different than the other leagues. Exact same rigging by exact same gang.

2. Hey Zack do you just go and see what team has the best odds of winning or did you do ur homework?

3. Hey Zack do you just go and see what team has the best odds of winning or did you do ur homework?

3. Have you taken a look at hockey yet? The Stanley Cup is not far off. I haven't looked, but my preseason pick was a Chicago repeat.

1. I need to get on that.

4. Houston Astros NEVER made it, even to the Playoffs, so the entire layout is ONE BIG, CHEAP B***s**t, let see the Cubs...