Today is November 11th, or 11/11. Rainn Wilson became famous on The Office for playing Dwight Schrute, who gets married to Angela Martin towards the end of the series. Her birthday is listed as 11/11, and 1111 is considered to be an Angel number, appropriate for a woman named Angela:
Recently, I built this wild conspiracy theory that Dwight Schrute is a parody of Jim Cornette, a notorious manager and current critic of the wrestling industry, who has always been known for taking the business way too seriously. Dwight Schrute is typically a character that comes to mind when someone thinks about one who takes their job too seriously.
I actually just brought this up to my friend and associate a few weeks ago on Discord. As it turns out, this isn’t just some wild theory with remarkable gematric support – this connection is very real, and this story is a riddle attributed to it.
Both Jim Cornette and Rainn Wilson share birth numerology of 106, 43, and 87:
Jim Cornette is from Louisville, Kentucky, home to the annual Kentucky Derby.
This year was the 148th running of the Kentucky Derby, syncing up with Rainn Wilson‘s common and full names.
Kentucky Derby has gematria of 56 and 70.
These are the same numbers that explain why Rainn Wilson has the right name to promote Climate change.
In 2016, world leaders met in Paris, France, to sign an agreement to limit Greenhouse gases.
The number 70 is also the value of one of the most famous climate activists, Greta Thunberg.
Thunberg is from Sweden, which shares this 70 value. Sweden has remarkable overlap with the name Rainn Wilson.
“Louisville, Kentucky” Riddle
Earlier today, I made this post about the “Magnus” connections in a story was about a border crisis – this story is about a climate crisis. The name Magnus means “Great“, which has the same letters as Greta.
Earlier this year, Magnus resigned from a chess tournament in St. Louis, which not only has the word saint in it, but is also home to MLB’s Cardinals, two elements related to the Jesuit Order. Louisville is home to the Cardinals of the NCAA.
This Jesuit connection is important because earlier this year, I made this video which explained how this year’s Kentucky Derby was a Jesuit magic ritual.
Louisville and Kentucky both have gematria of 136.
This year’s Kentucky Derby featured Rich Strike, Epicenter, and Zandon finishing Win-Place-Show. This was a tribute to The Jesuits, who were founded three days shy of a solar eclipse from Saros # 136, which began hours after 13/6/1360.
In both schools’ first game of the season Wednesday night, the Louisville Cardinals were upset by Bellarmine, another university in Louisville. Bellarmine became well-known at the end of last season because they were denied entry into the NCAA tournament despite winning their conference, due to some odd division transfer rule.
This game was played on November 9th, or 11/09.
Check out the score of this game – 67 to 66. I just made this post about the connections between 67 and 66 in the “Magnus” story. That story was about a border crisis – this story is about a climate crisis.
This past March, Louisville hired a new head coach in Kenny Payne. His full name matches Cornette’s full ring name.
303 represents 33 in numerology.
Payne was born in the year ’66. His team scored 66 points in their loss to Bellarmine, who finished last year with a .606 winning percentage. Kenny Payne, who was hired one day after Jim Cornette turned 60 years, 6 months old, has matching gematria with 66. Louisville is named after Louis XVI.
The number 66 is highly prevalent here too. Rainn, a Cornette Doppelganger who also was born in the year ’66, gets his name from the word Rain, which Climate change would affect, even in somewhere like Kentucky, whether or not he Changed his name.
The 66th Prime number is 317
The number 66 even matches Rainn Wilson and Kentucky.
CNN’s headline yields a 303 with the S Exception. I don’t believe this is a coincidence, given how Climate Change is a C.C., or a 33, especially in light of all the other 303 in this story.
Cornette’s “full” ring name was James E. Cornette. The Louisville / Bellarmine game was a span of exactly 33 weeks after the premiere date of The Office.