Tuesday, November 15, 2016

74 | The NBA's latest soap opera, LeBron James upset about Phil Jackson's 'posse' remark


Posse = 16+15+19+19+5 = 74 (Gematria) (English) (Masonic) (Jewish) (Occult) (N-Word)
Posse = 7+6+1+1+5 = 20/38


I know a good '323' in light of the '74' above.


Remember, the NBA started the MVP award in 1955.  The "me, me, me" award.

Satan = 19+1+20+1+14 = 55 (Remember the Durant '555' commercial the year he was MVP?)


As for the name 'Phil Jackson', it connects to Chicago, where his legacy began.

Phil Jackson = 46
Chicago = 46

The Cavs are 46-years old, in their 47th season right now.








http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2676172-lebron-james-responds-to-phil-jacksons-comment-about-stars-posse?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=editorial

Sports are more about soap opera than sport.  This is soap opera stuff.

19 comments:

  1. Zach what would be the best video to learn how to breakdown a basketball game, decode. I liked the Monday night football explanation just wondering if you got something simular for NBA? Thx.

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    1. Do the exact same things for the NBA, it's the same methodology.

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    2. is Michigan supposed to win it all this year vs bama

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    4. because Michigan has a super bowl connection with the backup qb transfer from Houston potentially coming in for speight

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    5. also I think the raptors will beat the warriors tomorrow but then again I'm half way through decoding it so we will see what else I find

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  2. Knicks vs cavs in ecf should be fun

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  4. Reminds me of the 1993 "black" cowboy movie, Posse. 111 minutes long. Came out 5-14-1993
    5+14+19+93=131

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    1. ^slam dunk find right there.

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    2. Yes, I remember that film, with Mario Van Peebles.

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  6. I have a headache just trying to understand the parallels. A scholarly assesment on freetofindtruth!

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  7. Heat and Knicks vs Lebron

    Like MJ vs Knicks and Heat.

    What's next "Lebron Rules"?

    Zen Mind games
    Zzzzzz

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  8. I was subjected to hours of sports talk drivel radio at work today sadly, they talked more about this drama than any game. Unsurprisingly the host was Jewish and he co hosted with a former NFL player, then mocked the people who called in to "debate." All these pro sports people are well-payed, sometimes athletic, liars born into a gang. Where are these peoples consciences? I guess the money and fame is good enough for em.

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    1. These individuals sold their souls for fame and fortune. Which makes them temporarily void of conscience. They each play the scripted roles that have been assigned to them. The masses fall for it every time and don't understand that what they're doing is called "Idol Worship". Becoming involved with these false battles between the modern day "Slave Master" and the "Slaves". It may sound harsh but it's a reality.

      "Phil Jackson" in English Sumerian equals 708
      "Slaves" in English Ordinal equals 78
      "Lebron James" in English Sumerian equals 684
      "Slaves" in English Sumerian equals 468
      "Lebron's Posse" the English Reduction equals 51
      "Slaves" in English Reduction equals 15
      "Lebron's Posse" in English Gematria equals 672(#2 represents the two entities Lebron+Posse)
      "Idol Worship" in English Reduction equals 67

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    2. Great post, so really when people worship celebrities on tv they're essentially worshipping characters from a play. It's like Shakespeare said "all the worlds a stage and all the players, actors merely fulfilling a role." Regardless of the money and fame, which obviously most people would sell out for, it still shocks me how many celebrities agree to be a puppet. The frontmen of the powers that be.

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