Earlier this week, I made this post on the container ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal. The riddle was centered around the gematria of EVERGREEN, which is overtly-displayed on the ship:
I’m not going to bother decoding this, but I wanted to point this out as it appears to be related to a theme that’s been going on the past few days.
There is an aviation museum called Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. It’s located in McMinnville, Oregon, which was the hometown of author Beverly Cleary, who just passed away as part of a huge numeric riddle connected to other recent news stories.
Both Oregon (7 seed) and Oregon State (12 seed) made it to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament.
As mentioned in my post on the EVERGREEN container ship, this was a big ritual connected to the Jesuit Order. In the Sweet 16, Oregon State even defeated Jesuit school Loyola of Chicago. The Jesuit Order was founded by Ignatius of Loyola.
Jesuit rituals go hand-in-hand with the NCAA tourney pretty much every year. The current game on while I write this post is even Gonzaga vs. Creighton, two more Jesuit universities.