Sean Connery was the first actor to play James Bond, who was also known by Codename 007.
The date of his passing had Primary numerology of 81:
Connery died on Halloween.
Relation to Bond Films
Ironically, the name of the next Bond film is No Time to Die. It will be the 25th Bond film, lining up with Connery’s Reverse gematria. “Death” = 97, the 25th Prime number.
In Reduction, Sean Connery sums to 52 and 56. These numbers are found in the values for James Bond and the actor who currently portrays the role, Daniel Craig.
Daniel Craig is currently 52 years old. The word “Death” = 52 with All Exceptions and in KFW Kabbalah. Connery’s death fell 5 months, 2 days before the scheduled release of the next Bond film, and a span of 5 years, 6 days after the last one:
The next movie, called No Time to Die, will be released on April 2nd, or 4/02.
Connery played Bond in the first five films of the series, and again in the seventh. The sixth Bond film starred George Lazenby, the only man to play the role just once.
James Bond has gematria of 29 in Reduction.
Connery’s full name sums to 209 in Ordinal. This matches the Extended value of Daniel Craig.
Craig has a Life Lesson number of 29:
Daniel Craig also matches James Bond in Ordinal.
209 and 83 are the Hebrew values for solar eclipse.
Connery was Scottish. The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is obsessed with the eclipse code.
Connery died in the year 2020, exactly 67 days after his birthday, at the age of 90 years, 9 weeks, 4 days old:
Notice the 1212 value in Sumerian. This matches Sir Thomas Sean Connery in Jewish gematria:
The 93rd Prime number is 487
Most Recent / Next Total Eclipses
In Ordinal, Sean Connery sums to 133, a significant number to the eclipse code. This is similar to the gematria of his full name, Thomas Sean Connery, in the Jewish method:
Connery was born in 1930
193 is the 44th Prime number
The second Great American Eclipse falls in 2024. This is similar to the Ordinal value of Daniel Craig’s full name:
Notice how Daniel Wroughton Craig has matching gematria with Bond in Reduction.