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Albert Pujols Pitches for First Time in Career

Albert Pujols makes first pitching appearance of his career, closes out St. Louis Cardinals' rout of San Francisco Giants

"Pujols" = 119 (Francis Bacon)

Pujols, whose birthday is 1/16, was 119 days after his birthday, the inverse of 911, which is the 156th Prime number. The Cardinals won this game by a score of 15-6:

The game ended just as an Eclipse became visible over the United States.

An Eclipse always occurs 1, 5, or 6 lunar phases after the last one. The Hebrew word for Eclipse sums to 156:

The name Pujols has matching 69 and 33 gematria with both Lunar and Eclipse.

"St. Louis" = 690 (English Sumerian)

Pujols = 69 and 33

Lunar and Eclipse both = 69 and 33


Pujols made his Major League debut back on 4/2 in 2001. Last night’s game fell on a date with 42 numerology:(5) + (15) + (22) = 42

In English, Eclipse sums to both 42 and 120.

Eclipse = 42 and 120

Albert Pujols was a span of 42 years, 120 days old on the date of the eclipse:

Pujols = 42 and 1020


The future hall of famer’s full name sums to 2270. The game’s winning pitcher was Adam Wainwright.

"Jose Alberto Pujols Alcantara" = 2270 (Jewish)

"Adam Wainwright" = 227 (Reverse Ordinal)

Last night’s syzygy was a Total eclipse.

ליקוי מלא (Total eclipse) = 227 Hebrew and 713 English

Albert’s inning on the mound fell 7713 days after his big league debut:


It’s nothing new for the Cardinals to be involved in Eclipse rituals. See my video from October of last year where I explain how a blackout in St. Louis was connected to the two “Arch” Eclipses of 2021. St.  Louis is where the Gateway Arch was built:

"Cardinals" = 162 (Reverse Ordinal)

Baseball = 162 in Reverse and Primes, Major League Baseball = 162 Ordinal

Last night’s game was 162 days after the second Arch eclipse:

In Ordinal, Cardinals sums to 81, and 247 in Primes.

"Pujols" = 810 (Trigonal)

Cardinals = 81 Ordinal and 247 Primes

Pujols’ performance for the Cardinals fell 8 months, 1 day (or a span of 247 days) before his next birthday:

Albert gave up four runs in his one inning on the mound, giving him an ERA of 36.00.

"Cardinals" = 36 (Full Reduction)

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