Tuesday, November 1, 2016

33 45 54 86 99 111 | The death of Walter Payton, 99-days after his birthday, in '99, November 1, 1999

Walter Payton wore #34
Murder = 34; Indians = 34 (Tonight, 11/1/16, Cubs play Game 6 of World Series against Indians)

Today is the 17-year anniversary of the death of Walter Payton (Thanks Cheryl).  He is a Chicago sports legend, considered the best running back for the Chicago Bears.

Notice he was born in '54.  Baseball = 54

7/25/1954 = 7+25+19+54 = 105
7/25/1954 = 7+25+(1+9+5+4) = 51
7/25/1954 = 7+2+5+1+9+5+4 = 33
7/25/54 = 7+25+54 = 86 (Bears won '85-'86 Super Bowl over Patriots)

11/1/1999 = 11+1+19+99 = 130
11/1/1999 = 11+1+(1+9+9+9) = 40
11/1/1999 = 1+1+1+1+9+9+9 = 31
11/1/99 = 11+1+99 = 111

Notice he died 99-days after his birthday, an Illinois legend.



He also died in 1999, emphasis on 99.

Even more important, he died at age 45...

Illinois =- 45/54

Now his name.

Walter = 25/79; Jerry = 31/76; Payton = 28/91
Walter Jerry Payton = 84/246; Walter Payton = 53/170



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Payton#Illness_and_death

His cause of death is interesting.  Remember, the first Super Bowl was in the 47th season of the NFL, the season of '66.




If Walter Payton truly was sacrificed for this World Series in 2016, that the Cubs were to play in, the gematria of 'Indians' is 34.  He also died 17-years ago, and Ohio is the 17th State.

Indians = 34

7 comments:

  1. I mean the death of the Bears founder 33 years ago yesterday, now this?...

    The tributes for Chicago seem unreal right now.

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  2. Thank you Zach. For future readers of your blog, I am reposting my comments from the other article.

    It is 17 years today since Chicago lost Walter Payton. Walter was a Running Back for the Chicago Bears for 13 seasons, with one Super Bowl Championship XX (20) January 26, 1986. He was the best all around player Chicago has ever seen. We miss you Sweetness!

    Walter loved the Chicago Cubs. He threw the first pitch at the Cubs opening game on April 12, 1999.

    Walter
    Gematria Jewish 1106
    Gematria Reduction 25
    Gematria Summerian 474
    Gematria Ordinal 79
    Gematria English 826

    Payton
    Gematria Jewish 651
    Gematria Reduction 28
    Gematria Summerian 546
    Gematria Ordinal 91
    Gematria English 1081

    Walter Payton
    Gematria Jewish 1757
    Gematria Reduction 53
    Gematria Summerian 1020
    Gematria Ordinal 170
    Gematria English 1907

    Walter J Payton
    Gematria Jewish 2357
    Gematria Reduction 54
    Gematria Summerian 1080
    Gematria Ordinal 180
    Gematria English 1917

    Walter Jerry Payton
    Gematria Jewish 2922
    Gematria Reduction 84
    Gematria Summerian 1476
    Gematria Ordinal 246
    Gematria English 2802

    Sweetness
    Gematria Jewish 1325
    Gematria Reduction 30
    Gematria Summerian 774
    Gematria Ordinal 129
    Gematria English 1065

    Thirty-four (#34)
    Gematria Jewish 1033
    Gematria Reduction 61
    Gematria Summerian 960
    Gematria Ordinal 160
    Gematria English 1663

    Three Four
    Gematria Jewish 534
    Gematria Reduction 53
    Gematria Summerian 696
    Gematria Ordinal 116
    Gematria English 764

    Chicago Bears
    Gematria Jewish 259
    Gematria Reduction 55
    Gematria Summerian 546
    Gematria Ordinal 91
    Gematria English 289

    "Throughout his life Walter Payton had claimed his date of birth as July 25, 1954, a date which is cited in many of his early biographies. However, while researching his biography of Payton, Sports Illustrated's Jeff Pearlman discovered his actual date of birth to be July 25, 1953. Pearlman found Payton's earliest use of the later date during his pursuit of the Heisman Trophy at Jackson State."

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Payton

    July 25, 1954
    7/25/1954
    7 + 2 + 5 + 1 + 9 + 5 + 4 = 33
    7 + 25 + (1 + 9 + 5 + 4) = 51
    7 + 25 + 19 + 54 = 105
    7 + 25 + 54 = 86

    July 25, 1953
    7/25/1953
    7 + 2 + 5 + 1 + 9 + 5 + 3 = 32
    7 + 25 + (1 + 9 + 5 + 3) = 50
    7 + 25 + 19 + 53 = 104
    7 + 25 + 53 = 85

    July 25 is the 206th day of the common year with 159 days remaining.

    November 1, 1999
    11/1/1999
    1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 9 + 9 + 9 = 31
    11 + 1 + (1 + 9 + 9 + 9) = 40
    11 + 1 + 19 + 99 = 130
    11 + 1 + 99 = 111

    November 1 is the 305th day of the common year with 60 remaining.

    July 25, 1953 to November 1, 1999 is 16901 days (including end date) =
    46 years, 3 months, 8 days =
    2414 weeks, 3 days

    July 25, 1953 to November 1, 1999 is 16900 days (not including end date) =
    46 years, 3 months, 7 days =
    2414 weeks, 2 days

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  3. There is a short bio about Walter Payton that stated: that it was well known that he had a "progressive liver disease". He was a Cubs fan and tonight they play game 6 at "Progressive Field". Which in English Gematria sums to 990 and he passed away in "99".

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    1. Ummm it wasn't named Progressive Field until a decade after his death. It was a originally called Jacobs Field. Progressive is based in Ohio, which is part how they got the rights.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_Field#Naming_rights

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    2. Primary sclerosing cholangitis = 149
      Sixty-five = 149
      Forty-seven =149
      Skull and Bones = 149

      Guess what?

      Zachary K Hubbard = 149

      http://www.gematrix.org/?word=Zachary+k+hubbard+

      I guess that makes you evil. However I'm sure you'll conveniently ignore that coincidence. Cherry pick results that support your narrative while ignoring contradictory or meaningless results for those values. Just like you conveniently ignore the fact that Payton's condition wasn't something discovered in autopsy. He announced it months before his death. He disclosed it to dispel rumors about his health due to his increasingly thin, sickly appearance. Of course at the conference he did his best to downplay his condition. He said he needed a liver transplant and started advocating for organ donations on commercials and stuff. However he eventually reached the point where even a transplant couldn't save him. His death didn't come out of nowhere. If he wasn't famous you'd have no reason find anything 'suspicious' about his death. I bet you could look through the local obituaries and find numerological peculiarities, but since those people arent famous they don't automatically warrant a conspiracy analysis.


      *http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1999-02-03/sports/9902030107_1_liver-transplant-payton-receive-a-liver

      *https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Payton#Illness_and_death

      (The following is copied from a comment on another article )
      I went to gematrix.org and entered my name. My name* has a numerical value of 170. It shares the numerical values of sinister phrases such as "The Devil Incarnate" "The Aeon of Horus" and "The Church of Satan". On the other hand in shares the numerical value of phrases with holier connotations such as "Casts Out Devil", "My Lord My God" and "Yeshua Ben Yosef" Among many more. My name means The Devil Incarnate and at the same time Casts Out Devils. How contradictory . I found both postive and negative meanings for the numerology of my name. Of course you'd cherry pick the negative results.
      *http://www.gematrix.org/?word=Adam+Vanderpluym

      You have been immersed in the study of numerology for so long that you no longer have a filter. You have forsaken logic, reason and rationality. You are among the most unhealthy people I have ever seen.

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