Monday, June 27, 2016

32 52 68 | Peyton Manning names six teams he is cheering for in 2016-17, June 26, 2016



6/26/2016 = 6+26+20+16 = 68
Denver = 4+5+14+22+5+18 = 68

Here's what I see right away.  What do you see?
  1. Broncos (Team he just won with)
  2. Colts (Team he played for before Broncos,"55 connection" last year between Broncos & Colts)
  3. Giants (Brother's team, Eli Manning)
  4. Texans (Hosting Super Bowl 51) (Where Osweiler went)
  5. Lions (Never been to a Super Bowl)
  6. Dolphins (Perfect season, Panthers came up short last year)
2 and 3 are the numbers that correspond with the NFL.  The teams that are two and three on the list are the teams I still like.

NFL = 14+6+20 = 32 (32 Teams)
America = 1+4+5+9+9+3+1 = 32 (America's Game) (7/4/1776)

This prediction also come exactly 32-weeks before the Super Bowl, February 5, 2017.


As for why he named 'six' teams, I have two thoughts on that.

First, 'six' has gematria of '16, like the year of the sea on.

Six = 1+9+6 = 16
Six = 19+9+24 = 52 (Prophecy) (Season starts 9/8... Prophet = 98; Eli Manning = 98) (Super Bowl is on February 5, or 5/2)

Second, the first Super Bowl was in the '66 season, tying in with the 'six' teams to cheer for.  Six, sixty-six.... where did I just see that pattern in championships?  Hint, 'LeBron'.

Fifty = 6+9+6+20+25 = 66




25 and 5-2 with an upcoming (February 5) 5/2 Super Bowl on his new home field?  That isn't a coincidence.  It seems clear why he was traded their now.  I don't see him defeating Andrew Luck in the AFC South.  Check the gematria on AFC South and Andrew Luck's birth numerology.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2016/06/26/peyton-manning-says-hell-be-rooting-for-these-six-nfl-teams-this-fall/

26 comments:

  1. Peyton wore 18 = 6+6+6
    Brock wore 17 [7th Prime]

    Together they make 35 = "Catholic"

    "Kill" = 17 [Reflection of 71]
    "One Seven" = 99
    "Seventh Prime Number" = 227
    "Seventy One" = 144


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  2. It's interesting he names the Lions fifth if he really did name the teams in that order. Even if he didn't, the article did.

    'Fifth, Lions'=55 reduction
    'Five, Lions'=111

    In Revelation 5:5 it says: Then one of the elders said to me, "Do not weep! See, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has triumphed. He is able to open the scroll and its seven seals.

    Aside from that,

    This will be the Lions 87th year in the league.
    Clinton=87

    "Eighty seventh season"=87/240
    The United States will be 240 years old for the duration of this season.

    I bet there's more. Will do some more research when I get a chance.

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    1. Combined points in the last superbowl played in Houston (superbowl 38 in 2004) was 61 points. Patriots 32, Panthers 29.

      Combined 61 points..
      Detroit Lions=61 reduction

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    2. Detroit Lions=160

      One hundred sixty=205 (SB on 2/5)
      One hundred and sixty=224 (224 days from prediction to SB)

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    3. Forgot an easy one. 2017. 20+17=37. Detroit=37. 2+0+1+7=10. Ten=39, the lions=39.

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    4. Oh, and 61 (Detroit Lions) is the 18th prime. Peyton wears #18.

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    5. The Lions becoming a better team without Calvin Johnson? That would be a strange narrative.

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    6. 2+5+17=24. Lions=24. Last SB played in Houston was 2004.

      Lions win after the King(Lebron)? More Lion King programming? Lol. From the release date of the Lion King movie 6/15/94 to the day of superbowl 51 is a span of 22 years 7 months 22 days. It's the circle of life.. Ha.

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    7. Lions can use the narrative of taking a more BALANCED approach to offense without him.

      The just signed a new WR named Andre Caldwell(51) jersey #17, same last name as head coach Caldwell. Seems interesting.

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    8. I can't see Lions even making playoffs.
      Vikings & Packers will.
      (If Lions did also, that would complete the second wild-card spot), and the only other three spots would be the three division winners.

      Rarely do both Wild-Card's come from the same division. (3 out of the 4 teams in division make playoffs).

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  3. a good bet would be houston to make world series into colts to make superbowl...165-1??

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  4. Whoa there -- I couldn't get past that photo! Did you see the LENGTH OF HIS ARM??!! And the SIZE OF HIS FIST??!! What the hell kind of camera does THAT??!! (None.) Is another GORILLA story on the horizon -- or does this link back to THAT (recent) STORY?

    "PULLING" was mentioned 4 TIMES in the 4th PARAGRAPH -- with "PULL" inserted between #'s 3 & 4. So "PULL" is actually used 5 times (5x).

    Pulling -- 3 times ; Pull -- 1 time ; Pulling -- 1 time ... = 3 1 1 ; R to L = 1 1 3

    Reminds me of how they "PULLED" the boy away from the GORILLA ... & The Headless Torso "PULLING" a pair of "Grey Legs" from that Scottish Rollercoaster derailment.

    The 113 almost seems too obvious -- like a "surface statement" that encourages people to look no deeper. There could be more to this, because it was definitely shown for a reason. Editors would normally chop some of that out -- or at least avoid Grouping Them All Together ... unless they had a REASON to leave it that way. ;D :D

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    1. That is a really awesome observation. There is something way off with that arm and hand!

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    2. His head is way too small. It's a fake picture.

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    3. Compare his neck to the collar.

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    4. Yikes -- a ten year old (or a blonde -- lol) could do a better job Photoshopping than this! Is this The LONG ARM OF THE LAW ... wrapping itself around Manning? It's no secret our legal system isn't based on BRAIN POWER or THOUGHT (not decent, honorable ones, anyway! Lol). ;D :D

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  5. Maybe has to do with ownership Ford family or maybe Colts vs lions.. Coach Caldwell ties to both.

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  6. Ford Motors is in their 113th year of existence.

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  7. @Zack

    I just noticed Minnesota Lynx won the championship so maybe it's not the Vikings

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  8. @rigged game

    Great work ! I think William clay ford could be next

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  9. One more question, this concern College Football, I'm a Florida Gator fan and I saw we had the same gematria (64,73) connected as the Pulse nightclub shooting, does that mean something for us this season

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  10. NFL just announced that Andrew luck is highest paid player in nfl history $87 million guaranteed

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  11. NFL just announced that Andrew luck is highest paid player in nfl history $87 million guaranteed

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