Friday, November 4, 2016

44 108 114 144 | Joe Maddon carries out World Series trophy, November 4, 2016, at 1:08 PM local time (Reader Contribution) +November 4 parade & World War II


With regards to the parade coming today, November 4, or 11/4, the Cubs won the World Series in their 114th game of the season.

World War = 114
Pearl Harbor = 114
Holocaust = 114

Keep in mind the starting pitcher for the Cubs, Game 7, was Kyle Hendricks, who has a December 7 birthday, or 'Pearl Harbor Day'.

Kyle Hendricks = 144
Pearl Harbor Day = 144
Seventy-One = 144
Forty-Four = 144
Time = 144 (Jewish Gematria)

The words 'military' and 'kill' have gematria of '44', connecting to '144'.

Military = 44
Kill = 44

Consider that 71-years ago, 1945, the last time the Cubs were in the World Series, was just after World War II ended, earlier that year.  This is no coincidence.  This is further proof of what I have been saying since 2001, that sports are synched up with current events and history.

*1945, last Cubs World Series & year WWII ended

Cubs = 45
Illinois = 45
Wrigley = 45

Major League = 45

Also interesting, it had been 108-years since the Cubs won the World Series, but only 107-seasons.

Military = 44/107

8 comments:

  1. It will be interesting to see if the Cubs signify the end of the post-War Baby Boomer propserity and the beginning of the end of the current economic/military/US-dominated world order.

    A sort of bookends on this period of history.

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  2. They also won in a span of 91 days from Ernie banks birthday 1/31
    Chicago Cubs=91
    Banks would have been 85 in 2017
    Hillary=85

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    1. "Ernie Banks" = 53 [16th Prime]
      "Luciferian" = 53

      "Ernie Banks" = 98
      "Luciferian" = 98



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  3. http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/omen-greets-joe-maddon-chicago-cubs-world-series-trophy-400036831.html

    There's your proof lol.

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  4. Something I discovered the other night...Cubs were also in their 114th season being called "Cubs".

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