Consider this post to be a follow-up of this post from earlier this week regarding the numerology of the death of F2 driver Anthoine Hubert and last year’s post about Austin Dillon’s crash in his #3 car on the last lap of a race at Daytona, reminding us of Dale Earnhardt’s death in the #3 car on the last lap of a race at Daytona.
Justin Wilson died one day after he sustained a head injury at the 2015 ABC Supply 500. First consider the name of the race, “ABC”, in light of the fact that gematria, the alphanumeric number-lettering system, once again played a huge role.
When you run a search for “Justin Wilson”, you actually get far more results for the southern chef Justin E. Wilson, who died back in 2001. There is a remarkable riddle connecting these two men with the same name…but the connections extend well beyond that, including both the winner of Wilson’s last race, as well as the man whose wreckage he struck.
The name Justin Boyd Wilson has virtually the same gematria as the phrase ABC Supply Five Hundred when spelled out. The race even occurred on a date with 39 and 21 numerology in the Pocono Mountains:
The race was in Long Pond, Pennsylvania, where groundbreaking on the track occurred in the year ‘69.
Wilson was knocked unconscious after debris from the car of Sage Rennie Karam, who was born in Nazareth, struck him in the head. The last name Karam is particularly noteworthy given how the debris was caroming.
These numbers sync up closely with the gematria of Saturn, which has perfect overlap with the name Justin.
Justin E. Wilson would have been exactly 1216 months old on the date of the race and Justin Boyd Wilson’s death the next day. This means it was the first day of his 1217th month since birth.
The winner of the race was Ryan Hunter-Reay, who was born on December 17th, or 12/17, which is the first day of Saturnalia. Pocono Raceway, the site of the race, has matching 154 gematria with Saturnalia.
This syncs up with the Jewish gematria of Ryan Christopher Hunter-Reay.
The name Sage Karam has Ordinal gematria of 76. He was 7476 days old on race day.
This number is shared by both Justin Wilson and Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Hunter-Reay’s victory followed the race’s final restart on the 193rd lap.
The race finished under caution, prompted by an incident that occurred on lap 197. “Pocono Raceway” = 197.
Finally, both the race at Pocono and Wilson’s death the following day fell 3 weeks, 3 days after his birthday:
Wilson was born in England. Pocono is a triangle track with 3 turns.
The sponsor of the race, ABC Supply, was 33 years old:
The race was held on August 23rd, which is the first day of Virgo, ruled by the planet Mercury. Sometime between August 23rd and August 24th, Ryan Hunter-Reay turned exactly 144 Mercurial years old.