Last year, I made this post about Zion Williamson tearing his shoe while he still played college basketball for Duke. This staged ritual was related to Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim’s accident that same night, in which he accidentally struck and killed a pedestrian.
Williamson was drafted first overall by the New Orleans Pelicans
79 is the 22nd Prime number
Zion’s shoe incident occurred while he played for Duke
It happened on February 20th, the date written 2/20. In numerology, 22 is the Master Builder number
When Williamson made his NBA debut this week, it was the 22nd day of 2020
He scored 22 points in his debut
The 202nd Prime number is 1231
Their opponent on 1/22 was San Antonio
22 is 11×2. His debut for The Pelicans was 11 months, 2 days after his shoe incident:
Zion’s debut was in New Orleans’ 45th game of the season.
It was the Spurs’ 43rd game of the year. The date of the game had Standard numerology of 43
The 43rd Prime number is 191
Williamson’s debut was delayed because of another injury he allegedly suffered during the preseason. On the date of that injury, he was a span of 19 years, 100 days old:
He ended up making his debut 101 days later:
This is also a span of 102 days. On the date of his debut, he was a span of exactly 1020 weeks old.
Despite a shaky start, Zion finished strong, scoring 17 consecutive points in the fourth quarter. His team lost, however, dropping their record to 17-28
The headline points out how those 17 points came within three minutes
The 157th Prime number is 919
Society of Jesus
Zion Williamson has perfect overlap with the gematria of Society of Jesus
The Society is also known as the Jesuit Order, which has nice overlap with New Orleans
The Pelicans finished the game with 117 points. His debut fell 117 days after the Jesuit Order’s anniversary:
Their opponents scored 121 points, meaning a total of 238 points were scored in the game. This is the gematria of both The New Orleans Pelicans and The San Antonio Spurs