Tuesday, December 6, 2016

12 33 37 42 55 137 | Rashaan Salaam, dead at age 42, 58-days after his birthday, December 5, 2016

Denver won the Super Bowl February 7, the 38th day of the year, a span of 303-days before the death of Rashaan Salaam, the former Colorado Buffalo, who won the Heisman in 1994.

As for Colorado, it is the 38th state, connecting to 'death', and it's own name.

Let us begin with this former Heisman winner's death at age 42, the number stamped on black men throughout history.

Heisman = 8+5+9+1/10+4+1+5 = 33/42
Sixteen = 1/10+9+6+2+5+5+5 = 33/42
G = 33 (Francis Bacon Gematria); G = 42 (English Sumerian Gematria)
**Salaam played 33 games in the NFL, 1995-1999

He was a 'Junior' when he won the 'Heisman'.  The 3rd year, the only '33' year.

The Univerisity he attended connects back to '33' as well.

There's a reason Jackie Robinson wore #42, and it isn't nice.  Remember, the Freemasons, who created English, believe in divide and conquer.  Hateful terms.  Divide and conquer?

There's a familiar word in football that has '42' gematria as well.

Salaam was the 21st pick of the 1995 NFL Draft.

He was born in '74, like Kimbo Slice, who died at 42 earlier this year, days after Muhammad Ali, who was born in '42 and died at age 74.  He became boxing champion in '64, days later LeBron James won the first championship for Cleveland since 1964.

Rashaan's full name, Rashaan Iman Salaam = 56/74/146

Rashaan Salaam's name also connects to dying in the 12th month of the year, December.

RS = 18+19 = 37

With the s-exceptions, Rashaan Salaam = 37/55; Sacrifice = 46/55

Let us look at the stats on Rashaan Salaam.

19 is the most important number in Quran code
La Jolla, California = 70; Boulder, Colorado = 70

In light of the fact that he played for the Chicago Bears, it is interesting that he was born on October 8, the date the Great Chicago Fire began.  10/8, also looks like 108.  Again, this year the Cubs broke the 108-year-old World Series drought, and the Sears Tower, Chicago's Tallest buildig, is 108-floors.  Keep in mind Chicago is where the NFL was established.

10/8/1974 = 10+8+19+74 = 111 (New York) (NY is where Heisman awards are)
10/8/1974 = 10+8+(1+9+7+4) = 39 (New York)
10/8/1974 = 1+0+8+1+9+7+4 = 30 (Saturn)
10/8/74 = 10+8+74 = 92 (Manhattan) (Where Heisman awards are)

He died 58-days after his 42nd birthday, or a span of 59-days, (59 is) the other number stamped on black men throughout history.  Recall, February ends on the 59th day of the year, black history month.

12/5/2016 = 12+5+20+16 = 53 (Religion) (# of men on NFL team)
12/5/2016 = 12+5+(2+0+1+6) = 26 (God) (Mason)
12/5/2016 = 1+2+5+2+0+1+6 = 17 (Mason) (Kill)
12/5/16 = 12+5+16 = 33
12/5 = 12+5 = 17 (Ohio, the 17th State, where American Football began)

Remember, '5' and '9' are the single digits, when written out, that sum to '42'.  No others do.

Measuring from the birthday for 'murder' and "faked deaths" is a practice of the Freemasons.

Notice it was 22-years ago that he won the Heisman.  '22' is the master builder number.  Master = 22

In football, it is a game of 11 on 11, or 22 men on the field.

'22' also has a parallel to 'murder'.


Notice he was let go of the Bears in '97.  This year in the 97th season of the NFL.

Notice he played 33-games in his NFL career, and the last place he played was 'Cleveland', 17-years ago.  Again, Ohio is the 17th state and the birthplace of American football.



He won the '33' Heisman by the numbers.
His career ended by the number '33'.
He died on a date with '33' numerology.

Keep in mind this news comes today, Tuesday, December 6, 2016, and they're blaming his death on 'suicide'.

12/6/16 = 12+6+16 = 34

The date of his death, was the same date they announced the 5 Heisman finalists.

Five = 6+9+22+5 = 42 (Rashaan Salaam dead at 42) (Heisman = 42) (Freemason = 42)

One of those is the Freshman at 'Louisville', who has a lot of parallels to the Islamic figure Muhammad Ali.

Notice he was found dead in a 'park', having played for 'Chicago'.

From Muhammad Ali's June 3, 2016 death, to Salaam's, is 185-days, or a span of 186.