The Moon’s average distance from Earth is ~238,000 miles.
This is the Jewish gematria of 666.
666 is the 36th Triangular number
6+6+6 = 18
French was born 18 days after the first Maximum Total Solar Eclipse in over a century. His character on Degrassi was named Dave Turner, and he died a span of exactly 18 weeks after Justin Turner was diagnosed with COVID and pulled from the World Series.
6×6×6 = 216
The digits in 216 can be rearranged to 162.
The 216th Prime number is 1321
The 19 years in the Metonic cycle, which is named after the Greek astronomer Meton, sync up just about perfectly with 235 lunar phases. In the show Degrassi, Jahmil French played a character named Dave Turner.
Jahmil French had Standard birth numerology of 127:
127 is the 31st Prime number
Jahmil French died on 3/1, which can also be written as 1/3, like the number thirteen.
1/3 had Primary numerology of 45:
The 45th Prime number is 197
Every 19 years, 7 of them contain a 13th lunar phase.
The Sun, which is 108× the width of the Earth, 108× its own diameter from the Earth, has matching gematria with French.
The 54th Prime number is 251
Jahmil’s character’s name, Dave Turner, has matching 142 gematria with French. This is an Eclipse sacrifice number.
“France” Connection / Justin Turner
33 is a number connected to The Sun. It was also coded into his character’s last name Turner.
When Justin Turner was pulled from Game 6 with the Dodgers, he was 3 weeks, 6 days before his 36th birthday:
Turner’s positive COVID test was on 10/27, reminding us of the 127 value of Metonic cycle above. Los Angeles, California is heavily-connected to the Metonic cycle as the link shows just one example of.
“Jesus Christ” Riddle
Jahmil was 29 years old.
When talking about the Sun, it’s often relevant to mention the Son of God. Recall how the Sun’s Magic Square sums to 666.
666 is the 36th Triangular number. The 36th Prime number is 151.
He was born on a date with Primary numerology of 146:
His character’s name has matching 61 gematria with Jesus.
French died on the 1st of March, or 1/3.