It’s less than once every 25 years that Easter falls on April Fool’s Day, so you know you’ll see all sorts of tributes in sports. This was very easy to spot in today’s PGA Tour event, the Houston Open, which was won by Ian Poulter.
“Ian Poulter” = 151 (ALW Kabbalah)
“Jesus Christ” = 151 (English Ordinal)
Here we are on Easter Sunday, and Ian Poulter goes into the final hole, down one stroke to Beau Hossler, with whom he is paired.
Hossler misses his birdie putt, meaning Poulter could sink his to push the tournament to a playoff. Could we see a “miracle” on the 18th hole? The 18th prime number is 61
Hossler has some funny numbers that line up with the theme. First of all, his birthday is March 16th, written 3/16
“Jesus Christ” = 1316 (Reverse Extended)
“Yeshua” = 1316 (Reverse Extended)
“YHWH” = 1316 (Jewish)
Jesus was crucified at age 33
“Crucifixion of Jesus Christ” = 303 (English Ordinal)
“Crucifixion of Jesus Christ” = 303 (Jewish Ordinal)
Ian Poulter steps up and sinks the putt, tying Hossler to give us more golf action.
Both men shot a 67 on the day to tally -19 on the weekend. This stands out because 67 is the 19th prime.
19 is the number of years in the Metonic cycle, also known as Enneadecaeteris.
To start the playoff, Hossler sent his drive into a bunker, from where he then hit the ball into a different bunker, before stepping into THAT bunker and sending the ball sailing over the green and into the lake. He eventually two-putted for a triple bogey.
Meanwhile, Ian Poulter had a chance to birdie the first playoff hole with a 33-foot putt. Ha! I guess it would have been too much for him to sink one at that length. He came up a couple of feet short, but tapped in for par. The guy with the gematria match to “Jesus” ends up “coming back” on the final hole to win on Easter Sunday after all.
“April Fool’s everyone!”
– The Zionist Jews
The New Testament begins with 42 generations to Jesus, with the first KJV Bibles having 42 lines per page. Ian Poulter is 42 years old. The 42nd prime number is 181. This tournament took place in:
Ian Poulter was 2 months, 23 days after his birthday:
And he’s currently 2203 weeks old:
A fitting age for him to win a tournament on Easter.
Hossler was a span of 2 weeks, 3 days after his 23rd birthday:
23 × 23 = 529
This is also a span of 17 days.