Justin Turner Pulled Mid-Game for Positive Covid Test
Ratings for professional sports have never been lower. The primary reason for this is that sports have become a low-vibration form of entertainment over the past couple of decades, but never has it been more prominent than this year.
With crowd noise being pumped into every sporting venue, and a mostly-empty stadium providing cavernous sounds during the game, most of the raw emotion is drained from the action. While the action on the field is the same, it’s never been the action that raises the hair on your arms during exciting playoff moments – it’s the energy from the fanatic crowd. With that energy being removed, it’s much easier to be reminded that you’re just watching adults play children’s games.
On top of that, however, is the radical politicization of sports as it merges with the mainstream media. Positive moments can no longer just be positive – there must be an equal and opposite negativity associated with them. Such is the case in this story about Justin Turner, who achieved his lifelong dream of winning a World Series, only to get blasted by the newspapers because he celebrated with his team despite an asymptomatic positive test for Covid-19.
The coronavirus is a ritual honoring the two Great American Eclipses. 666, a major eclipse number, has been the primary number of this Illuminati ritual.
666 is the sum of the Magic Square of the Sun. Remember back in 2017 when Justin Turner played the Sun in an eclipse re-enactment with Yasiel Puig.
Both the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Dodgers won their series in game six.
666 is the 36th Triangular number
On the date of his diagnosis, Justin Turner was 3 weeks, 6 days before his 36th birthday:
666 is 234+432
The Dodgers clinched the World Series by winning by a score of 1-3.
Justin Matthew Turner of the Dodgers got corona 1 month, 17 days (or 6 weeks, 6 days) before this year’s total solar eclipse:
The Sun’s corona is only visible during an eclipse.
Notice how eclipse sums to 69 in Ordinal.
The Sun is approximately 93 million miles away on average.