Sunday, July 17, 2016

22 33 40 83 87 147 | 2016 Open Championship (Ayrshire, Scotland), beginning decode, July 14-17, 2016



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_Open_Championship

Let us collect some gematria for 'The Open'.


Open Championship = 100 (S Exception)

Recall, 181 is the 42nd prime number.  Freemason = 42


If an American wins, remember that America sums to '32' and '50'; 50 states.




'The Open' connects to the location of the course.   Ayrshire, Scotland = 83
The word 'election' also has gematria of '38' and '83'.

The word 'Golf' in Jewish Gematria also sums to '83'.



Ayrshire, Scotland = 83/92 (S Exceptions)

The name 'Stenson' has gematria of 43.  Again, 191 is the 43rd prime number.


For the location, notice the gematria of '74'.  Masonic = 74; Jewish = 74
The number 191 is the 43rd prime, we'll see if that shows.  It is interesting how the gematria of the course sums to '87', in light of the election connection.  Clinton = 87  Recall that Trump was just in Scotland.  Scotland = 88; Trump = 88



Compare Scotland with Trump, who has a mother from Scotland, and was there for 'Brexit'.


This year is the 145th 'Open'.  It will be the 45th President in the United States.

The tournament began July 14, or 14/7, which is interesting in light of 'golf'.

14/7 >>> 147

The number '22' is the 'Master Builder' in numerology.

Golf = 7+6+3+6 = 22



Do you recall how 22 and 147 connected to last year's tournament winner?  Read here:

The numerology of the beginning date and end date will likely factor into the winner.

7/14/2016 = 7+14+20+16 = 57 (Scottish Rite)
7/14/2016 = 7+14+(2+0+1+6) = 30
7/14/2016 = 7+1+4+2+0+1+6 = 21
7/14/16 = 7+14+16 = 37

7/17/2016 = 7+17+20+16 = 60
7/17/2016 = 7+17+(2+0+1+6) = 33
7/17/2016 = 7+1+7+2+0+1+6 = 24
7/17/16 = 7+17+16 = 40 (Golf)





Following the 'America' connection, Phil Mickelson turned 46-years old, a span of 32-days before the tournament.



6/16/1970 = 6+16+19+70 = 111
6/16/1970 = 6+16+(1+9+7+0) = 39
6/16/1970 = 6+1+6+1+9+7+0 = 30 (7/14/2016 = 30)
6/16/70 = 6+16+70 = 92 (Ayrshire, Scotland = 74/83/92)



Philip Alfred Mickelson = 118 (Election is November 8, or 11/8)

The name Phil Mickelson also ties to 'election', 'The Open', and the location of the course.


Phil = 7+8+9+3 = 27
Mickelson = 4+9+3+2+5+3+1+6+5 = 38/47/56
Phil Mickelson = 65/74/83 (The Open) (Ayrshire, Scotland = 83)

Phil's name also connects to 'United Kingdom', where the tournament is.




Mickelson is at the top of the leaderboard with Henrik Stenson.  Stenson has numbers too.


Notice that Henrik is currently 40-years old.  Golf = 40

4/5/1976 = 4+5+19+76 = 104
4/5/1976 = 4+5+1+9+7+6 = 32 (America)
4/5/75 = 4+5+76 = 85

From his birthday to the championship is 104-days.


His name in gematria goes well with '2016'.


Stenson = 72/81

Recall what is special about '63' in 2016.  If you add every number, 1-63, it totals 2016.

He is also 'Swedish', connecting to the numerology of today, the fourth and deciding round.


7/17/2016 = 7+17+(2+0+1+6) = 33

Swedish also connects to the name of the course.

Royal Troon Golf Club = 87

The history of the tournament further reveals the significance of '33' and '87.


Notice the tournament was established 156-years ago.  That connects back to '33'.  Remember, February Second is the 33rd day of the year.  The Star of David, two three sided triangles, also represents 'As Above, So Below'.



And notice the date the first Open was played, in October, the only '33' month.


The date also has '87' numerology.

10/17/60 = 10+17+60 = 87

ESPN is currently paying tribute to him being '40'....  Golf = 40


Stenson is currently tied with Tiger Woods for the tournament record, at -19.


And he has won.


6 comments:

  1. So the Scot beats the Lefty? The only golf tournamentbI ever attended Lefty won. It was such a yuppie fest, I kept smoking lil Js on the other 18 they weren't using.

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  2. Not to mention the timeline of "five nights at Freddy's" a video game series, which was popular on YouTube, involves the year of 83 and 87. I'll post it in my blog.

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    1. Update: "bite of 83", an event in that game equals to 57.

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  3. Good Breakdown, i Had 80 E/W on Mickelson to win the tournament before it started at 40/1. The 38 and 46 connection was to strong for me to ignore in light of recent sporting events.

    Paid out £800 which im happy with could have been 4.1k though!

    Finding it hard to really determine winners at the moment everyone i pick comes first or second, just struggling to really refine it!

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  4. Yes...Great Post. Magnets in the ball or cup, or both is the only way this sport can be manipulated without the players "throwing it" themselves. It is also likely that the equipment they use, is "Modified" compared to the equipment the average joe uses.

    The only time I've ever spotted any "funny business" was when Ernie Els 6 putt the first hole of the Masters last year for a 10. I often wondered if Phil botched a couple of the US Opens on the last hole, Its the only one he hasn't won yet. I played competitive golf, and I grew up with a kid that is still a Pro. They are very very good, but some of the scores and the champions have become suspicious to me, knowing what I know now.

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  5. Zachary: what type of gematria generates 43 from Stenson's name?

    43 = champion

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