Saturday, October 22, 2016

16 106 | October 22, 2016, the 46-year anniversary of the death of Billy Sianis, "The Curse of the Billy Goat"

Today, Game 6 of the NLCS, Cubs vs Dodgers, is on the 46-year anniversary of the death of Billy Sianis.

10+22+19+70 = 121 (Revelation)
10+22+(1+9+7+0) = 49 (Revelation)
1+0+2+2+1+9+7+0 = 22
10/22/70 = 10+22+70 = 102 (United States of America)


Recall how Arrieta threw the first no hitter of the 2016 season on April 21, 2016, the 112th day of the year.  That was 46-days after his birthday.



Billy Sianis sounds a lot like 'Zionist'.


This is the 112th World Series.

Read yesterday's WSJ piece on the Cubs being the most Jewish team in baseball:  http://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2016/10/38-57-66-108-112-131-223-chicago-cubs.html



Notice the date of the incident was October 6, 1945.  Let us begin with 10/6, a lot like '106'.

Today, is the date of Game Six.


As for the year '45, that again connects to the Cubs, Illinois and Wrigley.


The anniversary of that date is 71-years and 16-days ago.  The 16-days stands in regards to this being the year 2016.


The Chicago Cubs, the CC, the 33.

Let us not forget the Cubs finished with a league best 103 wins this year, also connecting to 'Billy Goat', like "Curse of the Billy Goat".



Final point, the significance of the year of establishment for the Billy Goat Tavern, 1934.

Indians = 34


Checkout this shot from Major League, 1989.

34.... 16... ?


9 comments:

  1. Zach,

    Also Pat Pieper died on October 22 in 1974...42 years ago. He was the commentator for the CUBS in 1916. This year they honor him every Cubs home game.

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  2. Also thinking final score past two games 10 and 8 together obviously 108

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  3. A real fun one:

    Bill Murray's birthday is 9-21 which is 42 days before the possible game 7 or 1 month 12 days or **1008** hours.

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  4. Does the Illinois Michigan mean anything for tonight's game

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    1. Sure does:

      Michigan 41-8.

      41-8 = 33.

      Just one big sick rigged cycle were watching.

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  5. 13 years ago, the Cubs got a teaser for the World Series in the infamous Steve Bartman game. Losing pitcher Mark Prior wore #22, just like tonight's loser Kershaw. 2^2 * 3^3 = 108. Who started Game 6 for the Miami Marlins (13 / 13) that night? Carl Pavano, who retired with 108 wins and was born on...1/08. It's been 108 years since the Cubs won the Series.

    Pavano wore two different numbers for the Marlins. First, #45. Cubs haven't made the Series since '45, due to the curse of the billy goat. Pavano's other number for the Marlins was #46...46 years ago today, the man responsible for the billy goat curse died.

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  6. The starter for the Cubs in that game, Mark Prior, #22, was born on 09/07/1980. 9+7+19+80 = 115, the reverse of 511, or Saturn, keeper of time.

    Only a strange coincidence, until you look at his debut date of May 22nd, 2002. Any numerology there?

    5+2+2+2+0+0+2 = 13
    5+22+2+0+0+2 & 5+2+2+20+02 = 31
    5+22+20+02 = 49 ( 7x7 )
    5+2+2+02 = 11
    5+22+02 = 29

    This debut also came on the 142nd day of the year, with 223 days to the end of the year.

    Prior's career ended 1,541 days later on August 10, 2006.
    8+10+20+06 = 44
    It was the 222nd day of the year, also 144 days from the end of the year.
    Time = 144

    Prior retired with a record of 42-29. 13 games over .500.
    Fourty Two = 46
    Chicago Cubs = 46 / 91
    91 - 46 = 45...1945 curse.

    Prior also finished with 757 strikeouts, which is almost 7*108, but not quite. Bizarre stuff.

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