3/21/1962 = 3+21+19+62 = 105 (Zionism) (Masonry) (Indians going for 105th win of season)
3/21/1962 = 3+21+(1+9+6+2) = 42 (Freemason) (Zionism)
3/21/1962 = 3+2+1+1+9+6+2 = 24
3/21/62 = 3+21+62 = 86 (Symbol) (Triangle) (Pyramid) (Film came out in '86) (19+86 = 105)
This is unreal. Ferris Bueller's Day Off is connected to the 2016 World Series. Thank you Dan Berhendt! https://www.youtube.com/user/danbeartrap
Now let me expand.
First the title of the film.
From Matthew Broderick's 54th birthday, to today's Game 7 is 226-days. '54' is that baseball number, and '54' is also that 'SUN' number. They say the Sun is 93-million miles away. Let me show you how '93' connects to '226' in just a moment.
Think about the '93 WTC bombing, on 2/26, when Hillary Clinton was First Lady. Think about the parallels between the WTCs and the Sears Tower in Chicago, which is 108-stories tall.
Think about how Game Six just ended 9-3, on November 1, or 11/1. New York = 111
Matthew Broderick was born March 21, or 21/3, in New York. Not by coincidence, today is also the 213th day of the 2016 MLB Season. Nimrod = 213 (Jewish Gematria)
'213' connects to the original Freemason, Nimrod.
As for the name of the actor, Matthew Broderick, his name also connects to '93'.
Remember, on September 11, it was Flight 175 that hit the WTCs second, the buildings that had been bombed in '93.
Also interesting, he was married in 1997, to Sarah Jessica Parker. That was the year the Cleveland Indians lost in the World Series to the Florida Marlins.
Jewish = 74; Masonic = 74; Occult = 74; NYC on 74th Meridian (Sex and the City)
Also, the name Broderick has a parallel to '108'.
The name Broderick also connects to the date of Game 7, November 2, 2016.
11/2/2016 = 11+2+20+16 = 49
The name Ferris Bueller also connects to 'Cleveland'.
Ferris Bueller = 69/78/150
Cleveland = 33/51/78
Notice the film is 103 minutes. The Cubs won 103-games this year.
Again, the city of Cleveland was "cursed" until this summer, when LeBron broke, on the real King James's birthday, June 19, 2016. Doesn't it make sense for the Cubs to break the curse against the formerly cursed team?
LeBron = 66; Curse = 66; World Series = 66
LeBron James = 114 (If the Cubs win, it will be their 114th of the season)