Friday, September 9, 2016

39 45 52 77 84 224 | Patriots @ Cardinals, SNF, September 11, 2016 (39-days after Tom Brady's 39th birthday) (52-days before Jimmy G's)

*The first primetime game of the season was a repeat of last year's Super Bowl.  The second primetime game is a matchup between the two teams who were defeated in the Conference Championships, the Patriots and the Cardinals.  This is not a coincidence.


This will be the 14th time the Patriots and Cardinals have faced each other.  The Cardinals lead the series 7-6 currently.  If the Patriots win on the road, they'll even the series at 7-7, something like '77'.  Their game is scheduled for 'September Eleventh'.


Tom Brady's replacement, Jimmy Garoppolo, also has the 77 gematria.

Boston Patriots = 77 (Original team name)

While the -7 line might be with the Cardinals, the '7s' are really with the Patriots and Jimmy G.




Recall, the Patriots and Tom Brady were the biggest beneficiaries of September 11, 2001 (Patriot Act and Patriots), in the very rigged NFL.  You might also recall that Tom Brady got his first start January 19, 2002, 131-days after September 11.  Now the question is, how will September 11 benefit Jimmy G?

The game will come 52-days before Jimmy Garoppolo's birthday.


11/2 is a lot like '112'; Houston = 112 (Super Bowl in Houston on 5/2, February 5)

Jimmy = 25; Jimmy will turn 25, 52-days after the game

Garoppolo once got his first NFL debut on a date with '52' numerology as well, notching a perfect passer rating on 6/7 with 1 TD; read about that here:  http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2014/10/52-jimmy-garoppolo-next-patriots-hoax.html

The over/under on this game at 45.5 is interesting because both New England and Cardinals have gematria of '45'.


Cardinals = 3+1+9+4+9+5+1+3+1/10 = 36/45

In the time of the 'Arizona Cardinals', the Patriots are 4-1; if they win, they'll be 5-1 (Super Bowl 51 season)

For one more thing going in the Patriot's favor, this games comes 39-days after Tom Brady's 39th birthday.  Of course Arizona is one of two states with a gematria of '39'.  New York is the other.  Tom Brady once lost in Super Bowl 42 to the New York Giants in Arizona, at this same stadium.  That was the year of "Helmet Catch".  Brady is suspended so he won't be playing, but he'll be their in spirit.





It's no wonder Arizona is the first 'SNF' game of the season.


As for Brady's replacement, Jimmy G, he wears #10.  That's the right number for 'SNF'.


In addition to Tom Brady being out, so is NE star Rob Gronkowski, who played his college football at Arizona.


One wonders if him sitting out could be a tribute to the upcoming Super Bowl in Houston.  Perhaps it is to say that New England won't be there this year.


If the Patriots fall in Arizona, it will be a tribute to 'Deflate Gate'.  Should the Patriots lose, the Cardinals will be 8-6 against the Patriots all-time.


I like that Jimmy G comes into the game with 188 career passing yards.  Bavarian Illuminati = 188



Let us close by taking a look at the respective coaches, we'll begin with the Pats coach, Billy B.


Notice that Bill Belichick was born on April 16, the 106th day of the year, and in the year '52, and in 'Tennessee'.  This is what we call a man of Zionist-Jew prophecy.


Tennessee = 34/52; Nashville = 39


As I documented last year, Bill is sitting at a special number of wins, '223', and also a special number of losses, '113'.  Notice that with New England, he has won 187-games and lost 69.  If he wins his next game, it will be #188 while head coach of the Pats, like what Jimmy G's current passing yards are, that special number connecting back to the real Founders.  Also, if he wins in Arizona, it will be his 224th win all-time, and Arizona is the MOST FITTING state he could possibly win in, here is why.


Notice the '84' gematria for Arizona.  The only other state that sums to '84' is Arkansas, who does not have an NFL football team.  Anyhow, if you add the divisors of '84', they sum to '224', like the win number Belichick is going for all-time.


The name Bill Belichick also sums to '97', and this is the 97th season of the NFL.  You might have noticed during Thursday Night Football they kept going to the banner from 1997 for the Broncos, that wasn't arbitrary.


Let us now close with the head coach of the Cardinals, the man I like to call Bruce "White Power".



First, it is interesting that Arians comes in with 48-regular season games under his belt.


Of course '48' is the reflection of '84'.  Arians also has '84' birth numerology.

10/3/1952 = 10+3+19+52 = 84 (Arizona)

Thus, SNF's game will be his 49th regular season game as a head-coach.  It reminds that the PATRIOTS WON SUPER BOWL 49 in the Cardinals Stadium, February 1, 2015.


The game also comes 22-days before his 64th birthday.



Moving on.

Notice that before he became the head coach of the Cardinals, he served as the interim coach of the Colts for 2012.  With regards to his opponent the Patriots, they have only lost in two Super Bowls in the time of Brady and Belichik, both to the Giants, and in the two stadiums of the teams he has coached for, the Cardinals and the Colts.

In this game, Arians will be trying to earn his 35th regular season win, a number corresponding with his last name.

Arians = 1+9+9+1+5+1/10 = 26/35

If he doesn't get it against the Patriots, and I have a feeling he won't, he will surely get it in Week 2, because the Cardinals have a very easy schedule coming up.



The date numerology for the game is as follows.

9/11/2016 = 9+11+20+16 = 56 (11) (Pats = 56)
9/11/2016 = 9+11+(2+0+1+6)  = 29 (11)
9/11/2016 = 9+1+1+2+0+1+6 = 20 (2)
9/11/16 = 9+11+16 = 36 (9)

Fitting there's some 9 and 11 numerology on September 11.  I think that bodes well for the Pats too.  The product of 9x11 is 99.


UPDATE:  Two more played are out for the Patriots in addition to Brady and Gronkowski.


One is Nate Solder, #77.  No doubt his injury is for RITUAL PURPOSES.


And for an even bigger LMFAO.  Jonathan Cooper, born January 19, the same day Tom Brady got his first NFL Start once upon a time, January 19, 2002, is out.  The NFL is such a joke.