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walking around in our local Masonic lodge I came across the photo wall with all the past lodge masters or whatever. not many stuck out to me besides the man who was in charge in 1952.Roy L. Pope
Roy = 58 (Freemasonry)Pope = 52 (Prophecy)Roy L. Pope = 122 (Freemason)
there's something brewing in terms of cooperation between the no.44 lodge and the Prince Hall lodge in San Antonio right now per the freemason who gives tours throughout the week.Houston is a couple hours drive east. I keep coming back to your observation in terms of the Super Bowl - Houston do we have a problem?
Prince Hall Lodge -- 332 JE
He had a career rushing yard average of 4.4 (44)Finished with 42 rushing TD's... 42 for niggerHe's worn #1, 11, 21, 33!... That equals 66... NFL in Jewish Gematria equals 66.
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Touchdown = 42
Somewhat off topicField goal = 44
forty four -- 144/54/972forty four yards -- 211/76/1547forty four yard field goal -- 263/119/1579Still off topic.
Lawrence Phillips also died on 1/13 the Same day Obama was giving a speech in Omaha at UNO which is part of University of Nebraska System. Teddy Bridgewater got knocked out last year against the Rams the same Weekend Nebraska beat Mich St.(Sam Foltz, Mike Sadler deaths) Bridgewater from Miami, the guy who knocked him out from Miami, Lawrence Phillips even played in Miami. Phillips senior season at Nebraska they won the National Championship and that season against Florida, and won against Miami the previous year.That same year was also the only time Mich St. has played LSU. The other kicker in that wreck who survived was "Colby Delahoussaye"=192 Phillips dies 192 days before Foltz. Foltz last game was the "Foster Farms Bowl"=192 Indianapolis Colts=192 LSU lost to Nebraska in the National Championship in 1971 in the Orange Bowl(Miami) THe Colts beat the Cowboys in the Orange Bowl(Miami) in 1971. Orange Bowl=112 Houston=112
man this stuff is deep. I keep thinking about LSU and Fournette when you bring up that region and also the college football parallels.