The Washington Nationals defeated the New York Yankees 5-4 yesterday in a special baseball tribute. “Baseball” = 54 (RR) | 54 (O)
All the talk after this game is about Nationals rookie Juan Soto, who belted 2 home runs to account for the Nationals’ win.
As the headline states, this rookie is special because he’s only 19 years old. Perhaps it’s worth mentioning that the Yankees came in to this game with only 19 losses as well.
If you’re familiar with any of my work, AND you pay attention, you know by now that 19 is a significant number in relation to the Moon. It’s the number of years in the Metonic cycle, which is an incredibly relevant, yet remarkably-occulted measurement of time. “They” make the word Metonic seem so irrelevant, it’s even recognized as a spelling error in Microsoft Word:
But alas, once you learn the language of gematria, you realize how significant this cycle actually is.
A Synchronous orbit is one in which the time it takes to complete one circuit is the same exact time it takes to make one rotation. That’s exactly what’s going on with the Moon. In Ordinal, the number is very relevant as well:
The 19-year Metonic cycle coincides with 235 lunar phases. These periods fall within just a couple hours of one another.
On the date of his two-home run feat, Juan Soto was exactly 235 months, 19 days old:
His full name is Juan José Soto Pacheco
So I guess it turns out the Brewers weren’t the only team to have a Moon riddle on that date, which had very “Moon”-y numerology. I mentioned this in my first post yesterday. To review, it had 21, 48, & 57 numerologies:
The 19th prime is 67. Soto was born on the date that leaves 67 days in the year:
According to our modern-day bullshit science, the calculations for the Metonic cycle were credited to an astronomer named Meton
Meton released his calendar in the year 432 BC. The inverse of 432 is 234, which is the gematria of Juan Soto’s birthday:
The Yankees lost the game to fall to 43-20
432+234 = 666
6×6×6 = 216
The Moon is ~2160 miles in diameter. They’re calling him a rookie sensation
In Reduction, rookie sensation has double gematria of 90
So does his date of birth:
And now he plays for the Nationals
The Greek word for the Metonic cycle is EnneadecaeterisThe Nationals moved to 37-28, defeating the New York Yankees in their 65th game of the season
Freemasonry was founded under a Full Moon in the year 1717
Just a couple other notes…the Metonic cycle is the most significant measurement of Time in astronomy:
The Moon is the largest observable circle in the sky. To get a circle, you use pi, the first three digits of which are 3.14
The 84th prime number is 433
The number that represents a solar eclipse is 1331
1331 is 11×11×11. The only date on the calendar that sums to 1331 in Jewish gematria is November thirtieth
November is the 11th month, and the date leaves 31 days in the year, the 11th prime number.
As I mentioned above, Soto was 235 months, 19 days old
It’s kind of cool how close 235 months, 19 days is to 19 years, 235 days. Soto will be the latter age on Sunday, just four days after the former.