This story about a Lobster diver made headlines on a date with Primary numerology of 59:
This story instantly reminds us of the tale of Jonah, who was swallowed by a big fish for three days and three nights as punishment for his refusal to warn the residents of Nineveh of God’s wrath.
Today has numerology of 59, 23, and 14:
The Greek name for Jonah is Jonas.
It’s the year 2021
Pi / Circle Riddle
Jonah Ben-Amittai is first mentioned in the book of 2 Kings, which I will expand on later. The verse is 2 Kings 14:25, which has gematria of 3014, very similar to Pi, 3.14. (NOTE: All bible gematria in this post comes from the King James Version as it always does)
FOX News’ headline sums to 314 in Reduction.
Pi resolves the Mathematics of the circle.
The lobster diver was said to have been swallowed off the coast of Provincetown.
In that Jewish/Latin cipher, Six hundred sixty-six sums to 2038
The quote in the headline sums to 238 in the alphabetic order.
This 238 is found early on in the Book of Jonah, when the crew begins to panic amidst the growing storm.
The above verse is Jonah 1:5. The circle is the 15th letter of the alphabet. In the article, the Lobster diver mentions his 15-year-old son.
6+6 = 12, and today can be written 12/6. Today is 126 days after the date Massachusetts was admitted to the Union:
June 12th is usually written as 6/12 in the United States. Instead of going to Nineveh, Jonah sets sail for Tarshish.
This also stands out because there are exactly 612 verses in the Old Testament after the first verse of the Book of Jonah.
251 is the 54th Prime number
Both fishermen’s last names in this story sum to 54.
Confirming the biblical connection is the man’s shipmate, whose name is Josiah Mayo. He has matching 116 gematria with Jonah’s father Amittai.
This incident occurred the same day the article was published, which was June 11th, written 11/6 internationally. In Jonah 1:16, Jonah’s shipmates cast him into the sea:
June 11th can also be written as 6/11. The 611th verse of 2 Kings is the first verse after Josiah becomes the King of Judah:
Notice the verse numbers of 21 and 24.
The quote also syncs up with the Jewish gematria of Fish.