When I first picked up on the strong coding with the Packers this season, I explained how it was all connected to the year 2016, when gematria first started breaking into the public conscience. See this post on the Vikings/Colts, which alluded to the 2016 car crash into Zach Hubbard’s house, and this post about how the 2016 death of Prince lines up with this year’s Super Bowl.
In typical fashion, the Packers were eliminated from playoff contention with a score of 20-16:
This was only the fourth 20-16 game the Packers have been involved in during their 102-year NFL history.
At the end of the game, Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb made it a point to walk out of Lambeau together. See for yourself – it seemed very contrived.
Notice the numeric pairing – 18 and 12. Last night’s loss was on January 8th, the anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, which led to the end of the War of 1812. In Week 1 of 2018, Rodgers and Cobb were involved in a remarkable victory over the Bears that was completely connected to the War of 1812 and the Battle of New Orleans.
The lyrics to the national anthem were written during the War of 1812. In my last Super Stream, I discussed how the life of Vince Lombardi was scripted around the Star-Spangled Banner, America’s national anthem, which is why Colin Kaepernick, who is from Wisconsin, first kneeled against the Packers in 2016.
As the announcers talked about how Rodgers and Cobb stood together for the national anthem, they would walk arm-in-arm all the way to the tunnel, and then another long stretch through the tunnel, with the camera following them the whole way. From the other direction, the numbers read 12-18:
Randall Cobb being involved in a riddle connected to the War of Eighteen Twelve and The Star-Spangled Banner seems fitting for the football season ending in 2023.
Consider how 223 is a big “Skull and Bones” number, which is important right now because Yale University turns 322 years old here in 2023.
223 is the 48th Prime number
The Packers were winning in the fourth quarter, but a boneheaded penalty by Quay Walker gave the Lions a first down and a fresh start deep in Packer territory, which led to the game-winning score.
In 2000, barely one month before Quay Walker was born, Paul Walker starred in a movie called The Skulls, which was based on conspiracy theories about the Yale secret society. Paul Walker died at the age of 40 years, 80 days:
Quay Walker wears #7:
The Battle of New Orleans was in 1815
Paul Walker would have been 18015 days old for last night’s game:
Randall Cobb has Standard birth numerology of 120:
Cobb was born 203 months, 10 days after Paul Walker, who died when Cobb was 23 years, 100 days of age: