Last night was huge for the Dodgers. The date had numerology of both 72 and 36:
More “44” Riddles
In a recent post, I dove further into the riddle explaining why I thought the Braves were most likely to win the World Series of the teams remaining. This centered around the number 44, which is the retired number of former Braves slugger Hank Aaron, who died in January. After that post, the Braves ended up scoring 4 runs in the 4th inning of Game 4.
Last night’s Game 5 had another big 44 riddle. Dodgers third baseman Chris Taylor hit three home runs in a postseason game. This prompted the broadcast to show clips of another legendary power hitter who wore #44 – Reggie Jackson did it in the 1977 World Series, against none other than the Dodgers:
In my work so far, I’ve been discussing how the final game of the World Series is most likely to be on November 2nd, or 11/2, which is Game 6. The Dodgers won last night’s game on 21/10 with a score of 11-2. Reggie Jackson’s three home runs in Game 6 were in the final game of the World Series.
Jackson’s big game happened on October 18th, written 10/18. This is probably connected to the major Masonic ritual I just discussed yesterday from over the weekend for Sean Taylor.
Jackson / Taylor Connections
Reginald Martinez Jackson was born on the 138th day of the year:
Christopher Armand Taylor Jr. was born on the date leaving 124 days in the year:
Reggie Jackson‘s three-homer game fell on a date with numerology of both 124 and 105, which was the date leaving 74 days in the year:
Reggie Jackson hit three home runs in a postseason game when he was 31 years, 153 days old. Chris Taylor did it when he was 31 years, 53 days old:
Taylor plays for Los Angeles. Reggie’s big game helped earn him the nickname Mr. October.