Tonight, the WWE holds its thirty-first annual Royal Rumble pay-per-view. In line with this past year being centered around the #MeToo movement, this will be the first year the event will also feature a Women’s Royal Rumble, where 30 of the company’s female athletes will vie for their own shot at the title.
While I openly speak out against the media’s push of feminism, I do absolutely support the idea of the Women’s Rumble. WWE has frequently favored looks over talent in the division, but there’s enough skilled women on the roster to make this work.
By now, it’s no secret I’m a closet wrestling fan. I don’t watch WWE on TV, but I typically see the Pay-Per-Views. Even for the 10+ years I paid no attention to pro wrestling, I always tried to catch The Royal Rumble. Which makes this funny:
The Royal Rumble began in the year ’88
The 88th prime number is 457
The very first Royal Rumble actually only had 20 participants. For the next 22 Rumbles through 2010, there were 30 entrants in the match. And the past six Rumbles, dating from 2012-2017, also had 30 entrants.
The one exception occurred in 2011, when 40 men entered the match.
Knowing what I now know about the language of gematria, there must be some reason 2011 was chosen for this, right? It appears as if there is. Let’s look at the Reduction gematriot of “Forty”:
The 2011 Royal Rumble was held on the 30th day of the year, and was the 24th Rumble to occur.
Of course, there’s far more to the riddle. WWE is run by Vince McMahon, a suspected 33rd-degree Freemason. He is clearly aware of the practice of the Kabbalah, and he runs his business accordingly.
Numerology is serious business to the Kabbalah, and no stone is left unturned when it comes to organizing the event. Perhaps the most significant element is the date on which it occurred.
This date is written 1/30/11. This is very significant – 11 and 13 are the factors of 143, which is the Hebrew gematria of the word for “circle”:
Even the city, the venue, the theme song, and the event’s tagline are coded. The 2011 Royal Rumble was held at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
The theme song was “Living in a Dream” by Finger Eleven.
And think about it…Finger Eleven? 11 × 13 = 143The 13th prime number is 41
Again, it was the 24th Rumble that had 40 entrants. 40 and 24 are also connected through time. 4 hours = 240 minutes. Of course, there’s 24 hours in a day. The event was held in the right city:The theme song fits in too:
To calculate a circle’s circumference or diameter, you use pi. The simplest equation to get 3.14 is 22 ÷ 7
There’s 360 degrees in a circle. The event’s tagline was:“The Biggest Royal Rumble in History” = 429 (Reverse Ordinal)
429 is 143 × 3
This Royal Rumble fell on a date with 33 numerology.
This number is also found in the date of the first Royal Rumble:
It was held in one of only 3 states to sum to 33 in Full Reduction:
The winner of the event was Alberto Del Rio, whose 33rd and most recent birthday fell on a date with 33 numerology.
Del Rio’s age during the Rumble:
He was 116 days before his next birthday.
Del Rio was the 38th entrant in the match. The 38th prime number is 163