MegaMillions Jackpot and a Reminder About the Lottery
On Friday, the MegaMillions jackpot will be worth its highest amount ever, $868 million. In light of this, let’s take a glance at the biggest lottery jackpot of all-time, which was a Powerball drawing in January of 2016.
113 is the number of deception
The largest jackpot drawing of all-time was for any lottery was on – you guessed it – January 13th, written 1/13
The inverse of 113 is 311
That date had full numerology of 50
The largest jackpot was worth $1.58 billion
It was split by three winners
158 is a special number to the gang responsible for giving us these dreams of wealth:
In Ordinal, Freemasonry sums to 139, which matches the gematria of Powerball
Powerball isn’t the only masonic lotto drawing – MegaMillions used to be called The Big Game, and their first drawing was on the date 9/6/96
“Freemason” = 357 (EE)
This $868 million jackpot will be drawn exactly 357 days into the game’s new format, implemented on October 28th, 2017
The word jackpot on its own sums to 76
The 76th Prime number is 383
If you measure from the date of Powerball’s anniversary on April 19th, 2015, to the date of the drawing, which was on January 13th, you get 38 weeks, 3 days:
The jackpot is listed at $1.58 billion, but it actually rounds up to $1.59 billion. This matches the Ordinal gematria of the winners:
There’s another 159 cleverly-coded up through the final link:
The first phrase, taken directly from the mainstream, is 103 letters. 13 is the primary ritual / hoax code.
The annuity option was worth $533 million
533 factors to 13 × the 13th Prime number.
The second-largest jackpot of all-time occurred on August 23rd, the date leaving 130 days on the calendar:
It was won by Mavis Wanczyk
The 13th Prime number is 41, matching the date’s life lesson number:
The 41st Prime number is 179, matching the winner’s full name:
“Largest jackpot” = 50 (Reduction)
Just like the largest jackpot above, this one also fell on a date with 50 numerology.
With this drawing, Mavis L. Wanczyk became the highest-paid single-ticket winner in lottery history.
The win occurred in 2017
These two largest drawings were a span of 19 months, 11 days apart: