Pro Wrestler Animal of the Road Warriors Dies @ 60
Animal was born in ’60 and died at the age of 60. His death on September 22nd stands out in light of how the date is written internationally, 22/9.
229 is the 50th Prime number
The Road Warriors were known as the Legion of Doom, or LoD, in the WWF / WWE.
News of his death made national headlines on the morning of September 23rd, written 23/9.
239 is the 52nd Prime number
Today is the 23rd.
His partner in the Road Warriors, Hawk, died in October of 2003, which was 203 months ago.
He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame 113 months ago.
Dark Side of the Ring
In May, the TV series Dark Side of the Ring featured the Road Warriors as the topic in one of their episodes.
The episode aired on the 133rd day of a leap year:
Perhaps his appearance on that episode explains the date numerology of his death, which was 71 and 35:
It doesn’t appear as if Laurinaitis had any known medical conditions that would have caused his death. However, he was part of a class-action lawsuit brought against the WWE regarding their handling of head injuries, a case which is still pending in appeals.
It appears as if his death may be related to this year’s total solar eclipse. In Ordinal, his full name sums to 257, a number that’s typically associated with blood sacrifice for a total solar eclipse.
His common name, Joe Laurinaitis, sums to 1214.
12/14 is the date of the 2020 total solar eclipse. His death fell 83 days (or a span of 84 days) before that eclipse:
In Ordinal, Joe Laurinaitis sums to 163, syncing up with The Legion of Doom in the same cipher.
163 is the 38th Prime number
The Road Warriors’ entrance began with their quote “What a Rush“.
38 weeks is 266 days, and Laurinaitis died on the 266th day of a leap year:
The 100 days left stands out, because his date of birth had primary numerology of 100:
Although Animal’s Wikipedia page shows his birthday to be September 12th, it used to show January 26th. This date is corroborated by an astrology chart someone had submitted.
However, it’s quite possible someone had made a simple mistake. Notice how January 26th is the date of birth listed for Animal’s long-time tag team partner, Road Warrior Hawk, who succumbed to a heart attack almost 17 years ago. I find it interesting that the two men’s birthdays are essentially the same digits when flipped upside-down, 1/26 and 9/12.
Animal was the brother of WWE executive John Laurinaitis, and the father of former NFL linebacker and Butkus Award winner James Laurinaitis. Nothing incredible stood out to me about their ages.