All the way back in May of this year, I made this post picking up on some very interesting numbers from a game between the Brewers and Diamondbacks.
Today, I made a post about Gerardo Parra, who is strongly-connected to Milwaukee numerically. He began his career with the Diamondbacks.
As fate would have it, the Brewers closed the regular season with 8 straight wins, including the divisional tiebreaker, to secure the best record in the National League and home-field advantage until the World Series. In this post, I will examine some more numbers that continue to lead me to believe the Crew will make the World Series.
Disclaimer: As displayed just yesterday, I’m a lot better at decoding a game after it happened, so all predictions wrong or your money back.
As I constantly demonstrate, these rituals are all about the mathematics of the circle.
This is the 50th season in Brewers’ franchise history
However, it’s only the Brewers’ 49th season in Milwaukee
The 49th Prime number is 227, which is heavily-connected to the circle
Their first season was played in Seattle as the Pilots in the year ’69
Earlier this year, an employee at Seattle-Tacoma Airport allegedly stole a plane and crashed it. His name was Richard Russell
Two days later, NASA launched the Parker Solar Probe into outer space towards the sun.
It’s kind of funny that a team named the Pilots played for only one year. A TV pilot is a single episode that tries to convince networks to buy the series.
Seattle is on the 47th parallel. The Space Needle has a restaurant on top that completes a rotation once every 47 minutes.
The 47th Prime number is 211
The Brewers’ most recent playoff run was in 2011
The Brewers’ deepest playoff run came in ’82, the year they made their one and only trip to the World Series. Harvey Kuenn was hired as the manager mid-season.
In Reduction, Seattle sums to 19, again syncing up with the gematria of Milwaukee Brewers
541 is the 100th Prime number
It’s been 36 years since the Brewers last made the World Series
The owner of the Brewers is Mark Attanasio
Attanasio was born just 11 days before the city of Milwaukee won their only World Series (prior to the Brewers) in the year ’57
The Moon moves 28.5 degrees north and south of the ecliptic, giving it a 57-degree range.
In Jewish gematria, The Moon sums to 283
283 is the 61st Prime number
Attanasio is currently 61 years old:
He was born on a date with full numerology of 114
The upcoming World Series will be the 114th
The Saros cycle, which allows us to predict solar and lunar eclipses, is a period of 223 synodic months
Attanasio’s full name is Mark L. Attanasio. He bought The Milwaukee Brewers for $223 million
Counsell has good birth numerology to be the manager of Milwaukee…
…and the Brewers
Notice how Craig Counsell’s birthday is August 21st, written 21/8
Not only is this the year 2018…
August 21st was the date of last year’s Great American total eclipse
On that date, he turned 47 years old
His middle name is John
Counsell was born in ’70
Craig Counsell has those C.C. initials, like 3-3
It’s Freemasonry that runs pro sports and was founded by the numbers of total eclipses.
Back to “Mr. Baseball”, Bob Uecker, who was born in Milwaukee. He has all the right numbers to be the Brewers’ play-by-play man.
Craig Counsell is 48 years old, and this is Uecker’s 48th season as announcer
The reflection of 48 is 84 – that’s how old Uecker is:
The 84th Prime number is 433
He was born on 1/26
Milwaukee has double gematria of 126
His full name and last name both sum to 99, numbers found in both Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Brewers
Definitely worth noting – the NFL is currently in its 99th season.
What about the Brewers’ TV announcer? That would be Brian Anderson, who is also working the national circuit. Remember how Milwaukee has double gematria of 126?
The Brewers even had a pitcher named Chase Anderson this year:
Brian Anderson is currently 47 years old, that total eclipse number from above. More interesting is his birthday of June 7th, written 6/7
Milwaukee’s first baseball team was the Braves, who are also in the NL playoffs this year
2018 is 19 years after ’99
The Brewers’ best player this season has been Christian Yelich, who may win the National League MVP. If the Brewers do make the World Series, he will be 322 months old and 322 days after his birthday.
223 and 322 are the first two numbers to sum to 314 in either Ordinal method:
And finally…the state of Wisconsin was admitted to the union on May 29th, 1848, meaning the state will be 170 years, 147 days old on Game 1 of the World Series