Friday, November 28, 2014

113 | Why Marshall is Called the Thundering Heard (+66-67 loss of 11/28 Significance)

What numbers stand out to you??? Stadium = 10+2+1+4+9+3+4 = 33
The reason Marshall is called the "Thundering Herd" is because of Gematria.  In their case, the team name has a very special name Gematria of 113.
  • Marshall = 4+1+9+1+8+1+3+3 = 30
  • Thundering = 2+8+3+5+4+5+9+9+5+7 = 57
  • Herd = 8+5+9+4 = 26
  • Marshall Thundering Herd = 30+57+26 = 113
Notice that they play in Conference USA, aka Conference 311.  Marshall is located on the 82nd Meridian West, 38th Parallel North, in Huntington, West Virginia.  Today, they lost to Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
  • Western = 5+5+1+2+5+9+5 = 32
  • Kentucky = 2+5+5+2+3+3+2+7 = 29
  • Hilltoppers = 8+9+3+3+2+6+7+7+5+9+1 = 60
  • Western Kentucky Hilltoppers = 121
  • Revelation = 121; 67; 49
The teams combined for 133 points, the 3rd most all-time in history.  The number 133 is much like ACC, which translate to 133 in Gematria.
  • 67 and 66 are very Masonic Numbers
  • They are also very Biblical Numbers
    • The Bible is 66-Books
    • Guttenberg Bible = 66
    • Revelation has a Gematria sum value of 67
In total, what I'm saying, is these games are fixed, even at the collegiate level.


  1. What I cannot get my Mind around is yes I agree the games are fixed no doubt, but how?? How in the Hell are they fixed .spirit world?

  2. The coaches could be collaborating. Perhaps a player or two on each side of the ball as well? I am pondering the same question. It is apparent they are doing it, but it seems a bit 'magical' as to how they are pulling it off. From my own experience, as someone who once sat in the bleachers at the Arizona State Football games regularly, it often seemed like opposing defenses weren't even trying. This illusion could be created by having a defensive coordinator purposefully call a defensive set that will leave open a portion of the field for the opposing offense to make a big play... it could be as simple as that. Now imagine if you have a safety or corner in on it as well, who isn't afraid to shame his name. I notice from watching the highlights these days, both college and pro, that it often seems to be #27 getting exploited for the big play and touchdown... In numerology, 27 often represents a bad vibration.


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