Loyola University Chicago is a Jesuit university in Chicago, the Zionist mecca of the Midwestern United States.
Loyola’s nickname is the Ramblers
Loyola is an #11 seed. Their coach, Porter Moser, happened to be fired by Kansas State in 2007, 11 years ago. Just another coincidence, I’m sure.
The Ramblers won the NCAA tournament 55 years ago
That was in the year ’63
Their coach shares this same gematria:
“Porter Moser” = 63 (Jewish Reduction)
Moser has taken the team back to The Final Four
The 63rd triangular number is 2016
Why is this relevant? The first five books of the Bible come from the Torah, which is comprised of 187 chapters. Loyola University was founded in 1870.
187 is also special because it’s the only number to have a prime number relationship identical to its prime factorization.
187 is 11 × 17 | 1117 is the 187th prime number.
119 is a special number to the Zionists and Jesuits as well.
Loyola is an #11 seed and defeated #9 seed Kansas St. to advance to the Final Four.
The 11th prime (31) × the 9th prime (23) = 713
Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun. The Star of David has 6 sides. Saturn represents the semitic deity El, the god of the Old Testament.
The 6th prime number is 13
This makes it funny that they defeated the Kansas State Wildcats
“Kansas State” = 130 (English Ordinal)
“Kansas State Wildcats” = 130 (Reverse Full Reduction)
In regards to 187, the number of chapters in the Torah:
Freemasonry, a Jesuit fraternity, coded these numbers in their motto:
“Circumscribe our desires and keep our passions within due bounds” = 666 (English Ordinal)
“Circumscribe our desires and keep our passions within due bounds” = 333 (Reverse Full Reduction)
The highest degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry is the 33rd
“Loyola University Ramblers” = 147 (Reverse Full Reduction)