Jocephus died on the 55th day of the year:
Recently, Jocephus, whose real name is Joseph Hudson, was better-known to fans as a masked wrestler named the Question Mark.
Hudson’s death made the news the following day, when Corgan was exactly 55 weeks before his 55th birthday:
“Sacrifice / Death” Coding
Joseph Hudson matches both ritual sacrifice and sacrifice.
In Ordinal, Sacrifice sums to 73, like his first name Joseph.
38 is a key number of death. It’s the Ordinal value of NWA.
Jocephus sums to 38 in Reverse Reduction.
More Eclipse Coding
Jocephus’s real name was Joseph Hadley Hudson. Consider how just last week, Rush Hudson Limbaugh died from cancer. His death was connected to the “Miracle on the Hudson”.
In my decode, I pointed out how Limbaugh has birth numerology of 83 and 29, which are eclipse numbers in Hebrew. “Conservative radio” = 83, “Radio” = 29.
These are the values of both Joseph Hadley Hudson and The Question Mark.
That episode featuring Jocephus aired on the date leaving 251 days in the year:
The episode aired in ‘19 on the date 24/4.
He died exactly 22 months later. That’s of particular interest, because Brodie Lee died exactly 20 months, 2 days after that same episode. Bruiser Brody…B.B. = 2-2. The episode aired on a date with Reduced numerology of 22:
Jocephus was featured on NWA Powerrr.
He died 11911 days after Bruiser Brody:
911 is the 156th Prime number
Jocephus died a span of 2 months, 11 days after the last total solar eclipse, and a span of 9 months, 11 days before the next one:
In Reduction, Total solar eclipse yields a 67. Billy Corgan was born in the year ‘67.
The ultimate eclipse number is 1331. Jocephus died on a date with 67 – 13 – 31 numerology:
The Josephus Problem
In late 2019, I made this post explaining the remarkable numerology (not just mathematics) of the Josephus problem. Flavius Josephus was a famous mathematician, and the Josephus problem featured soldiers in a circle:
The mathematics of the circle are resolved with Pi, or 3.14, connecting us to the death of the wrestler Jocephus on February 24th, or 2/24.