Referee in Ivory Coast / Ethiopia Soccer Match Also Collapses
My last post was about a referee in a college basketball game passing out, as a riddle related to the crucifixion of Jesus. It was 3/30, a date with 74 numerology, the two most recognizable numbers of the riddle.
A commenter then pointed me to this news story:
A Ghanaian referee passed out during the game’s 81st minute:
I recently realized another reason 116 is significant – not only is it an upside-down 911, like 9/11, the date many believe to be Jesus’ birthday. It also has matching Latin/Jewish gematria with Jesus.
The 985 is found in the gematria of the two nations in the game – Ivory Coast & Ethiopia, which also have the same digits as Jesus Christ in Latin:
Ivory Coast is also known as Cote d’Ivoire, but this still has the same digits.
The George Floyd trial is currently in the news. Floyd died in a crucifixion ritual at the age of 17025 days old in connection to Loyd Jowers.
Two referees collapsing on the same day as a crucifixion riddle reminds me of the collapse of the Twin Towers. On that day, A.A. (11) Flight 11, piloted by AttA, first struck the buildings in the shape of an 11th in the 11th state on the 11th day of the month, on what might be Jesus’ real birthday.
The 119th Triangular number is 7140. The officials passed out 7140 days after the 9/11 attacks.
The referee who collapsed in the Africa Cup of Nations tournament is named Bulu.
Jesus is the Son of God. The Magic Square of the Sun adds up to 666.
Charles Bulu, the official from Ghana, collapsed in a game won by Ivory Coast the same day as an official named Bert Smith in collapsed during a college basketball game.
It was 57 days before the “Revelation” lunar eclipse of May 26th. The Moon has a 57° range of declination.
I don’t do headline gematria very often anymore, as my posts tend not to lack enough material. But this is a good one:
“Referee Charles Bulu: Ghanaians react to compatriot’s collapse during Cote d’Ivoire vs Ethiopia Afcon qualifier” = 1031
1031 is the 173rd Prime number
173 is the word ELI upside-down, which Jesus says while on the cross:
Bulu’s pose wasn’t as obvious as Bert Smith’s, but he did have one arm out to the side: