Julian Edelman Miracle Catch – By the Numbers
Regardless of the fact that pro sports are scripted, you have to be impressed with some of the things they’re still able to pull off. Perhaps the best example of this is is Julian Edelman’s miraculous catch during the Patriots’ game-tying drive in Super Bowl 51.
Notice the time on the clock at the start of the play – 2:28. The score is also 20-28. Since zeros are ignored in numerology, this is essentially the same number.
227 is the number I talk about usually being most closely associated with the circle, in addition to 314, but we can’t ignore 228 either, as it’s coded into the name of our country, which I’ve dubbed the Land of the Circle.
“מעגל “(Circle) = 143 (Hebrew Gematria)
143 factors to 11 × 13
“Eleven times thirteen” = 228 (English Ordinal)
“United States of America” = 228 (English Ordinal)
“Super Bowl Fifty-One” = 228 (Reverse Ordinal)
The Moon, from our perspective, is a huge circle, which I continue to claim is the mark of the Beast. Intriguing that the number of the Beast is 666, and the Moon is just about 2160 miles across. 6 × 6 × 6 = 216
Super Bowl 51 fell 197 days before the first Great American Total Solar Eclipse in 2017.
“Moon” = 51 (Reverse Ordinal)
“Moon” = 197 (Satanic Gematria)
The Super Bowl has perfect gematria to sync up with “The Moon” in Hebrew.
“הירח = The Moon” = 223 (Hebrew Gematria)
“Super Bowl Fifty-One” = 223 (Jewish Ordinal)
“Super Bowl Fifty-One” = 2023 (Jewish)
So does the winner:
“Thomas Edward Patrick Brady” = 2023 (Jewish)
“Thomas Edward Patrick Brady” = 2203 (English Extended)
This game fell one week after John Cena won the WWE Title at the Royal Rumble.
“John Felix Anthony Cena” = 223 (English Ordinal)
“John Felix Anthony Cena” = 223 (Jewish Ordinal)
John Cena is from Massachusetts, where Tom Brady plays his home games.
Now watch the play unfold if you haven’t already. The pass is intended for Julian Edelman, #11, but is batted up into the air by #23. 1+1 = 2, so this could be read as 223.
Edelman’s birthday is May 22nd, the date that leaves 223 days in the year.
#23 is worn by Robert Alford. His name matches “solar eclipse.”
“Robert Alford” = 134 / 190 (Ordinal / Reverse)
“Solar eclipse” = 134 / 190 (Ordinal / Reverse)
“ירח (Moon)” = 38 (Hebrew Ordinal)
If that’s a stretch for you…then check out the time on the clock as Edelman finally reels the ball in.
Not only is there exactly 2:23 on the clock, but look at the two Falcons players laying next to Edelman! You can clearly see #22 and the 3 from the other player’s jersey.
Also check out how the ball was snapped with 9 seconds on the play clock on first and ten. This 119 sequence is certainly no mistake either.
Who knows how many times this play was rehearsed. What I want to know, however, is whether or not there’s some technology that messes with the ball. It seems to have hung up above the ground for longer than it should have. Pay close attention during the games – sometimes it looks like the slightest touch by a player will send the ball flying at a speed far too high for the amount of force put against it.