Wednesday, August 24, 2016

33 37 53 113 121 135 143 | Kobe Bryant Day August 24, 2016, the Philadelphia & Los Angeles connection

I love that Kobe finished with 33k points.

Kobe = 11+15+2+5 = 33 (Magic = 33) (Michael = 33) (Bird = 33)

Freemason = 96

Kobe Bryant Day?  August 24?  Of course Kobe wore #s 8 and 24.

The name Kobe Bryant Day also connects back to 'Kobe Bryant'.

Michael Jordan = 113; Mainstream = 113; Dishonest = 113; Utah Jazz = 113

The date also connects back to Kobe Bryant in numerology.

8/24/2016 = 8+24+(2+0+1+6) = 41 (Kobe Bryant = 41) (41, 13th Prime) (L.A. = 13)

Joe Jellybean Bryant was drafted 14th overall, 41-years earlier, by the Golden State Warriors.

This celebration comes a day after his 38th birthday, August 23, 2016.

August = 1+3+7+3+1+2 = 17/26
Twenty = 2+5+5+5+2+7 = 26
Fourth = 6+6+3+9+2+8 = 34
August Twenty Fourth = 77/86 (Symbol = 86) (Triangle = 86) (Pyramid = 86)

8 = 8; 24 = 2+4 = 6; 8/24 = 8/6

Notice Kobe was born in Philadelphia.  His name has a major 'Philadelphia' connection.  First, let us Read Revelation 3:7.

Notice the phrase 'The Key of David' in regards to Philadelphia.

'135' is the date numerology for the date of establishment for Philadelphia.

10/27/1682 = 10+27+16+82 = 135
10/27/82 = 10+27+82 = 119 (King James Bible) (All Seeing Eye) (Star of David)
10/27 = 10+27 = 37

With regards to it being Revelation 37, think about how Kobe retired at age 37 in 'Los Angeles'.

L.A. also has that 'Revelation' connection.

L = 12
A = 1
LA = 12 1

The fact that Kobe gets this holiday at age 38 is no coincidence.  It is connected to his birth numerology, born August 23, 1978.

8/23/1978 = 8+2+3+1+9+7+8 = 38

This date also comes 133-days after 'Kobe' played his last game, April 13, 2016.

4/13/16 = 4+13+16 = 33 (Kobe)
4/13/2016 = 4+13+20+16 = 53

Let us not forget the death of Moses Malone at age 60, September 13, 2015, 213-days before Kobe finished against Utah with 60 points.  Moses Malone played the majority of his career in Philly where Kobe was born, but before that, Moses Malone was the first played drafted into the NBA out of high school by the Utah Jazz, who Kobe finished his career against:

From today until Philadelphia's birthday, is also a span of 65-days.

Here is also what a new subscriber to my video channel noticed after I posted the video about Kobe Day on YouTube!  I've never seen this person post before, so it is exciting to see someone come across the information and apply the knowledge.

1 comment:

  1. I'm only failing to see the "Kobes dad also played for La Salle" connection and I'm pretty sure it's because I don't understand if he's saying Joe Bryant ALSO played in Philly for college or ALSO played there in connection with someone else. my confusion is because both Kwame and Kobe were drafted out of high school. in fact, Kwame was the fist high school player to go #1 overall. the school Kwame attended - that's the main rival of my high school. I went to Camden County, CC - 33, and he went to Glynn Academy or GA in the state of GA. of course Georgia = 44 just like his name. he played alongside Kobe from '05 - '08 after being traded with Laron PROFIT which came about when he spurned a 5 year $30M offer (that 53 again). I love how he wore #54 for the Warriors! it seems like a lot of sacrifice is swirling around this man. he gets traded before multiple teams go on to achieve glory - most notably with the Lakers and the Pau Gasol trade seconds before they went to 3 straight finals, winning 2. he wears the "death" number for Detroit just as the Pistons are on their downturn from mid 2000s greatness. his 3 year progression towards a 3 year hiatus is also conspicuously Royally themed - from Charlotte to the Warriors to Philly, nice full circle of tribute.

    got some interesting 6's in his journeyman career. if you look at his career stats on wikipedia, blocks and points are the last two categories. .6 blocks and 6.6 points per game career averages. his bio is sure to talk about how his first trade yielded just above 6 points and 6 rebounds before Chris Mihm got hurt on March 12 or 12/3. from there Kwame would go on to average 12.3 points and 9.1 rebounds. the first game he played his former team, the Wizards, they lost with 91 points. his fall from grace with the Lakers, so to speak, coincided PERFECTLY with the other high school phenom's rise - Andrew Bynum - who also wore a "kill" number: 17

    this is just a taste of some of the numbers listed on the Wikipedia page. tons of coding to be had.