Monday, July 11, 2016

33 35 46 58 64 74 93 121 132 | The arrest of Draymond Green in East Lansing MI, July 10, 2016


This story is connected to the NBA Finals.

7/10/16 = 7+10+16 = 33


It comes 22-days after the conclusion of the NBA Finals, won by King James on the real King James's birthday, June 19, 2016.





The news was made on the 23rd day, and both Green and LeBron wear #23.


East Lansing, eh?  Remember, the Warriors are from Philadelphia, the city named from Revelation.


East Lansing = 58; Warriors = 58; Freemasonry = 58

The Conrad's Grill seems to factor into the whole Catholic/Jesuit theme over the NBA and its scripting.  Recall, Draymond was the 35th overall pick by the Warriors in 2012.





Maximum of 93-days in jail, eh?  I remember how they just lost in Game 7 to the Cavs who finished with 93-points.




Lt. Scott Wrigglesworth = 113 (Mainstream, Dishonest, Green Screen)

The NBA Finals began with the Warriors and Cavs having played 113-times all-time.



23-games for #23, the man who was scripted as the counter to LeBron James, aka 'King James', who won it all on the real King James's birthday.  If you think I'm tripping with the Revelation stuff, let us not forget that King James has a Bible named after him.

And as for this happening in Michigan, 23 connects to human chromosomes, as does 46.  The Cavs just won their first NBA Finals in their 46th season of competing.  It was also Cleveland's first championship as a city since '64.


http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/16985783/draymond-green-golden-state-warriors-arrested-assault-charges-michigan

He was also reportedly arrested at 2:28 in the morning.



http://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/college/michigan-state-university/spartans/2016/07/11/ex-msu-star-draymond-green-arrested-assault/86948196/




38 comments:

  1. Apparently IHOP today is selling '$0.58' pancakes all day

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    1. Why not? They were founded in July,7 1958, now being in business for 58 years. An anniversary sale.

      One of my few accurate guesses.

      Some magic numbers for you:
      IHOP -- 48/30/127
      International House of Pancakes -- 311/122/1114

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    2. 1958 Super Bowl : Colts vs Giants

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    3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IHOP

      Has a photo of an IHOP in Orlando.

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    4. Well, if we can tie either team to 'pancakes' we know who will win.

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    5. Unlesd the pancakes give it away.

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    6. Well, then. I'll have a short stack of Giants. Eggs overeasy, please.

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    7. I couldn't help but recall the article on Berg's Blog about the "shoving incident" involving Cris Carter's son from the Canadian Football League...Perhaps a link/clue, perhaps nothing

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  2. He couldn't confirm that he assault was a punch or a slap but it was 'not a shove'

    You have to appreciate how he 'wriggled' out of that question. Also, punching and slapping is ok, but not shoving? What is this, first grade?

    Not a shove -- 119/38/1044

    The assault was a punch or a slap but it was not a shove -- 548/152/4666

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    1. They could not even confirm the victim! I mean, really... how would they know?

      "victim was a man"
      148/58(B)
      888(Eng Gem)
      58(EO)
      49(P)/58(P, s exception)

      In the last few years with the "PC" boom, I've never seen such a horrific style of writing. Now we know why.

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  3. Steph Curry rape allegations will be out shortly

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    2. And oddly enough:
      Not a shove -- 119 SE / 38 Py
      Steph Curry rape allegations -- 308 SE / 119 Py

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  4. More demonic possession
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/22-schoolgirls-suffered-mass-demonic-8405568

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  5. Bernie officially endorsed Hillary today, by the numbers I'm sure.

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  6. What should I do clan??? Colts win Super Bowl 51 or colts to win AFC??

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    1. AFC is a def right now. Not sure if they take it all.

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    2. Cool that's what I was leaning torwards also thanks

      Eli scares me for colts to win it all

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    3. I am not entirely sure the Giants will make it, so much Minnesota coding keeps popping up.

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  8. How can the relevant dates be both 22 and then 23, "the day the news broke." Why Lt. Scott Wrigglesworth and Lt. Wrigglesworth, or Scott, or Scott Wrigglesworth or Lieutenant Wrigglesworth, or Lieutenant Scott Wrigglesworth. Why Philadelphia and not Oakland or Golden State or California. How do you decide what words are relevant? What do the word's "Catholic Church" have to do with anything?

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  9. It isn't about our definitions of individual words. It is about subliminal patterns and esoteric meaning that our language was created upon. When a word is referenced like "Nigger" or "Catholic" it is not slamming a group it is about how the pattern is created/manifested by the esoteric coding.
    If you haven't done so already, you should check Zach's YouTube videos regarding "how to gematria" https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+gematria.
    There are copious amounts of information here at the beginning of his blog also. It had come to my attention via Brother Berg's blog over on WordPress, Extra Capsa https://extracapsa.wordpress.com/

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    1. so do you run through any related words until you find the matching numerical pattern to come your predetermined conclusion that this all fits together

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    2. There is no predetermined conclusion, and if you are here to argue instead of learn, you are not welcome.
      We decode here because we all have different perceptions and may miss things others do not, and vice versa. If you notice, we all *throw* out which phrases seem odd or have been patterned in related events.
      We note patterns.

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    3. Not here to argue just trying to figure this all out, I don't understand how these words are selected as relevant. Why "Lt. Wrigglesworth" over any other variation of the name, why the city the team formerly played in over the city they currently do, how do you select what words to test. With an large amount words and variations, with abbreviations and taking a first name or last name or both, it seems you could always find a patter

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    4. I just told you: Sometimes it stands out. Words are quoted in headlines and/or throughout articles. Catch phrases... hashtags, etc. Astrology, numerology... a combination of things. Full names or even abbreviated names/nicknames are not accidental and code out. Sometimes, a person's real name codes out. We don't all "know". We each have things that stand out to us. Some of us have more that stand out to them than others do. Some miss some things while others find items. I have coded many things only to have one of the other commenters link it to something else that I hadn't even thought of!
      You are looking to master something that takes practice. Some people are better at it than others. I'm not especially great at it, so I just try to decode a lot and read. What few things I see, I throw out there for others to look at to see if they see a pattern I don't.
      That is part of the point: There is an ocean of text, and they 'hide' it in plain view.

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    5. But if there is an "ocean of text" you can find anything

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    6. +Jim Atria,
      "But if there is an "ocean of text" you can find anything"
      No. Patterns still emerge within that ocean. A book is also an ocean of text, but the words make patterns for discernable sentences and context. Given Masonic/numerological master numbers and other stated sacred numbers, along with those, patterns emerge with other numbers in tandem.
      Again, no one is here to talk you into anything. You have been told what to do to learn. I can't help you beyond these basic concepts.
      Either you see it, or you do not.

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  10. He means a glossary Mir he's not trying to fight lol

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  11. Jim https://extracapsa.wordpress.com/alphanumerics/

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    1. Also, Korey B has a glossary from his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZRW2-G2C2ZImBgP5lxd7Mw
      And directly here: http://gematriaglossary.blogspot.com/
      I have a "Numbers" tab in an OpenOffice calculation spreadsheet (macros only work in OpenOffice, not Microsoft Excel) that I keep updating also here: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B_vZiM8cQyV7WGMwZURVUU5GYXc&usp=sharing

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    2. Another good compendium is Tal Golden's...
      http://www.thedeepzone.com/2016/05/the-compendium-of-gematria-is-now-online.html

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    3. numbersneverlie.org check us out fellas new blog site.
      Thanks

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  12. Wrigglesworth Enterprises check it at www.wesourceusa.com...GSA Contractor

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    1. numbersneverlie.org check us out fellas new blog site.
      Thanks

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