Thursday, November 27, 2014

33 | The Death of 'Cricket' Player Phillip Hughes

First of all, let us establish the Gematria of the sport Cricket, which is what baseball is based in, which is centered around the 'diamond'.
  • Cricket = 3+9+9+3+2+5+2 = 33
  • Diamond = 4+9+1+4+6+5+4 = 33
Second, let us establish how strange the reporting on this incident was.  Last night I tuned into CNN, expecting more Michael Brown coverage.  Instead, there was a press conference, featuring doctors, team owners, media personalities and more, discussing the death of 'cricket player' Phillip Hughes, who I had never heard of prior.  Never in my life, have I seen such a press conference for the death of a professional athlete.  It begs the question, who is Phillip Hughes, and since when is Australian Cricket mainstream news in the United States?  How many athletes have died worldwide in the last year, from bull riders to cricketeers.

Third, let us acknowledge the spokesman, Michael Clarke, has a "33" name, so common in these 'unexpected deaths'.
  • Michael = 4+9+3+8+1+5+3 = 33
Let us also acknowledge the location of St. Vincent.
  • Vincent = 4+9+5+3+5+5+2 = 33
Phillip Hughes was born 11/30/1988.  He died on the day of the 88th Macy's Day Thanksgiving Parade, 11/27/14.
  • 11/30/1988 = 1+1+3+0+1+9+8+8 = 31
  • 11/27/2014 = 1+1+2+7+2+0+1+4 = 18
    • 31+18 = 49


  1. A couple things I see... Phillip Joel Hughes=93 reduced. Australian=35 reduced. Macksville=35 reduced/62 keeping K and V full. Cricketer=47 reducing K. Also, both 'Adelaide Strikers' and 'Worcestershire' sum to 77.

    1. Sorry, not sure how I got 77 for Adelaide Strikers. my mistake. But looking it over I see Adelaide=41 and Strikers=119.

  2. Peter Brukner=153 with large method. James Sutherland=53 reduced/62 keeping J at 10/170 full.

  3. mad1dog, in the history of doing this research, I have sometimes calculated words, and then realize fifteen minutes later I wasn't even in the ballpark... lol

    As for this story, perhaps it too is entirely fake. I need to investigate how big this sport is in Australia. Does anyone know who this person or these people are?

    1. It's good to know it happens to the best of them when calculating and not just me. Zack, I'm from Florida so I don't know much about this sport but it looks to be very popular over there from searching about it some today, and the injury appears to be very real from the video I saw but the gematria within the story is so coded with the masonic numbers, old and new alike. Perhaps they used a softer ball for the hoax and took multiple takes until it hit him in the neck, but it looks very real. Either way, all the 35's 53's, 41's and 119's explain why it was reported in America so heavily.

    2. Good research. I know from reading the book 'Amsterdam', that Cricket was the first professional sport played in the United States, once upon a time. I'll have to look up the video clip, that is something I haven't seen yet.


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