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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

"Jackpot" = 113 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Drawing" = 113 (Reverse Ordinal)

The largest jackpot drawing of all-time was for any lottery was on – you guessed it – January 13th, written 1/13

If the estimate is on target, it would rank as the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot ever, just behind the $656 million pot won on March 30, 2012 and shared by three winning tickets. It's still far from the largest U.S. lottery jackpot ever won — $1.586 billion in Powerball on Jan. 13, 2016.

The inverse of 113 is 311

"MegaMillions" = 311 (Jewish)

That date had full numerology of 50(1) + (13) + (20) + (16) = 50

"Largest Jackpot" = 50 (Full Reduction)

The largest jackpot was worth $1.58 billion

"Largest jackpot" = 158 (English Ordinal)

It was split by three winners

"Three winners" = 158 (English Ordinal)

"Lotto drawing" = 158 (English Ordinal)

158 is a special number to the gang responsible for giving us these dreams of wealth:

"Freemasonry" = 158 (Reverse Ordinal)

In Ordinal, Freemasonry sums to 139, which matches the gematria of Powerball

"Freemasonry" = 139 (English Ordinal)

"Powerball" = 139 (Reverse Ordinal)

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" = 96 (English Ordinal)

“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

"Jackpot" = 76 (English Ordinal)

"Drawing" = 76 (English Ordinal)

The 76th Prime number is 383

38 Weeks, 3 DaysIf 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:

John and Lisa Robinson in Tennessee, Maureen Smith and David Kaltschmidt in Florida and Marvin and Mae Acosta in California all had the option of roughly $533 million before taxes as an annuity or $327.8 million as the lump-sum payment.

"John and Lisa Robinson in Tennessee, Maureen Smith and David Kaltschmidt in Florida and Marvin and Mae Acosta in California" = 1059 (English Ordinal)

There’s another 159 cleverly-coded up through the final link:

"John and Lisa Robinson in Tennessee, Maureen Smith and David Kaltschmidt in Florida and Marvin and Mae Acosta" = 1509 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Scottish Rite" = 159 (Reverse Ordinal)

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.

Second-Largest Jackpot

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

"Wanczyk" = 103 (English Ordinal)

The 13th Prime number is 41, matching the date’s life lesson number:(8) + (23) + 2+0+1+7 = 41

The 41st Prime number is 179, matching the winner’s full name:

"Mavis L. Wanczyk" = 179 (English Ordinal)

“Largest jackpot” = 50 (Reduction)
Just like the largest jackpot above, this one also fell on a date with 50 numerology.

8 + 2+3 + (20) + (17) = 50

"Mavis Wanczyk" = 50 (Full Reduction)

With this drawing, Mavis L. Wanczyk became the highest-paid single-ticket winner in lottery history.

Single ticket = Mavis L. Wanczyk in both Reduction methods

The win occurred in 2017

"Single-ticket winner" = 217 (English Ordinal)

These two largest drawings were a span of 19 months, 11 days apart:19 months, 11 days

"Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry" = 467 (English Ordinal)

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