Yesterday, I made this post in response to a CNN article about an airplane heading back to LAX due to the fact that the wrong passenger had boarded the craft.
Tonight, the Wisconsin Badgers played the Miami Hurricanes in the Orange Bowl, and I noticed a bunch of alignments between this game and the story about the returning flight.
Consider that “John Roger Stephens” = 216 (English Ordinal)
And the coach of Wisconsin is “Paul Joseph Chryst” = 216 (English Ordinal)
“Paul Joseph Chryst” = 216 (Reverse Ordinal)
And look at how Wisconsin is ranked at #6 in all 3 major polls. 6 × 6 × 6 = 216
This is John Legend’s age:
And this is the age of the state of Wisconsin:
And think about it…the plane left from Los Angeles, was headed for Tokyo, Japan, and headed right back to LAX.
“Tokyo, Japan” = 142 (Reverse Ordinal)
“Wisconsin Badgers” = 1420 (Jewish)
The reason the plane turned around was because of a:
“Wrong passenger” = 73 (Full Reduction)
“Wrong passenger” = 181 (English Ordinal)
“Wisconsin Badgers” = 73 (Full Reduction)
“Wisconsin Badgers” = 181 (English Ordinal)
The airport was in:
“Los Angeles” = 161 (Reverse Ordinal)
“Miami Hurricanes” = 161 (English Ordinal)
Early on, the Hurricanes jumped out to a 14-3 lead. I assured my dad it was alright – Wisconsin would be coming back. Sure enough, they did…and they wound up winning by a score of 34-24.