This year, upstart organization AEW will be hosting a tournament dedicated to his memory. Notice how the dates were officially announced on Valentine’s Day, the holiday symbolized by the Heart. Owen’s last name was Hart:
A few months before Owen died, the WWE (called WWF at the time) held a Pay-Per-View event on February 14th called St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.
Owen Hart died in the year ’99
The 99th Prime number is 523
He died on May 23rd, or 5/23
The number Ninety-nine has Reduction gematria of 57.
Owen was born on May 7th, the date written 5/7.
This is a significant number to the Moon, which has a 57-degree range of declination.
The number 57 is linked to 666.
He died in 1999
The event was held at Kansas City’s Kemper Arena, which is now called the Hy-Vee Arena. Look how remarkably close this venue is to the path of that Eclipse:
He died while dressed as The Blue Blazer.
This brings us to wrestler Kevin Owens.
Owens, whose real name is Kevin Steen, was a huge Owen Hart fan. So much so, in fact, that he named his real-life firstborn son Owen after the late star.
Kevin Owens has the same 5/7 birthday as Owen Hart:
“Moon” = 57 | 57 is 3 × 19
The Moon‘s Metonic cycle is 19 years long
The shooter in that story was 19 years old. Owen Hart died in the Kemper Arena.
See my post from last year on the death of Brian Pillman, who was found dead at 1:09. Flyin’ Brian allegedly died of a heart condition that was blamed on his genetics, or his “bad blood.” His death fell on the same day as another WWF show called Badd Blood:
Owen died on the date 23/5, which fell 235 days after the anniversary of the Kemper Arena’s opening. The Metonic cycle is made up of 235 lunar phases and 254 sidereal months. Pillman was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Previous examples of this connection include my posts on Frank Bonner, a mass shooting in Cincy, and Christian Yelich’s two cycles against the Reds.
The Metonic cycle is credited to an astronomer named Meton.
Brian Pillman was born on the 22nd of May, or 22/5, which is the same date of birth as AEW star Bryan Danielson (known as Daniel Bryan in WWE):
All Roads to Austin
All four of these wrestlers mentioned in this post so far have strong connections to Stone Cold Steve Austin.
- No one wrestled as Austin’s tag partner more than Brian Pillman
- Owen Hart legitimately broke Austin’s neck at SummerSlam 1997
- Bryan Danielson, just like Austin, was the top draw in WWE before retiring early due to major neck/head injuries
- Kevin Owens uses the Stone Cold Stunner as his finisher
- Owens will be hosting Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania this year
The number most easily-associated with Stone Cold Steve Austin is 3:16:
In 2018, the first major event in the mainstream media after the Stoneman Douglas shooting was the Austin serial bombings in Texas. The night before the bomber died, Bryan Danielson announced his in-ring return in Texas, prior to being attacked by Kevin Owens:
This happened a span of exactly 316 weeks before the Total Solar Eclipse that passes over Austin, Texas, where Stone Cold was actually born:
That episode of SmackDown! was the 19th day of the Austin bombings.
The two victims who were reported to have been killed by the bombs were Anthony Stephan House and Draylen William Mason. Steve Austin’s real name is Steven Williams.
This was a clear tribute to the news. The move Owens gave to Bryan was his finishing maneuver, which is called a Power Bomb. Owens used to use a move called Package piledriver as his finisher. The Austin bomber was sending package bombs in the mail, similar to the Unabomber, who has the same birthday as Bryan Danielson and Brian Pillman:
The Austin bomber turned out to be named Mark Anthony Conditt.
The Unabomber first attracted the attention of the FBI when he attempted to blow up an American Airlines flight. Owens’ attack on Danielson occurred at the American Airlines Center.
Conditt’s first victim, whose first name was Anthony, was 39 years old. And would you believe that his second victim was not only a wrestling fan, but was actually a friend of WWE superstar Mark Henry: