In this post from Wednesday, I told you why this year’s Masters Tournament would be a massive Eclipse/Moon ritual.
Well, what do you know – Sergio Garcia wound up scoring a record-tying 13 on the Par 5 15th. This has only happened twice in history. And this year, it happened to, of all people, last year’s defending champion. Ask yourself – what are the odds?
Check out the video in the link above and try convincing me that ball really had that much backspin on it every time.
13 is a significant moon number. Moon starts with the 13th letter (just like masonry), and the moon has 13 lunar phases once every few years.
“Total eclipse” = 130 (Jewish Ordinal)
Why Sergio? Well, that would be a silly question to ask on this blog. It’s because of the numbers.
Sergio was born on January 9th, written 1/9. This, along with his name, are tributes to Enneadecaeteris, (or the Metonic cycle), which is the 19-year period that is a common multiple of 235 lunar phases.
393 is connected to 1331, as both represent a total eclipse.
“Sergio Garcia” = 112 (English Ordinal)
“Mathematics” = 112 (English Ordinal)
“Circle” = 112 (Reverse Ordinal)
A circle is calculated with the number pi. The simplest equation to get the first three digits of pi is 22 ÷ 7
Garcia was 2 months, 27 days after his birthday:
It was 280 days before Sergio’s next birthday:
“Sergio Garcia” = 212 (Reverse Ordinal)
“Gun rights” = 123 (English Ordinal)
“Sergio Garcia Fernandez” = 1023 (Jewish)
He was also 9 months, 4 days before his next birthday.
“Sergio Garcia Fernandez” = 940 (Satanic)
“Ritual human sacrifice” = 94 (Full Reduction)
“Ritual human sacrifice” = 911 (Satanic)
“Sergio Garcia Fernandez” = 119 (Reverse Reduction)