Joe Kapp died on the 8th of May, or 8/5
He was 85 years of age
“Stram” / “Stram” Riddle
In Super Bowl IV, the Chiefs were led to victory by Pro Football Hall of Fame head coach Hank Stram, who died on Independence Day. Just yesterday, the same day Kapp died, I happened to make this post about a pitcher named Matt Strahm, a Phillies player who was ejected from a baseball game for not leaving the field after the national anthem in Philadelphia, where the American flag was first sewn.
Is this just some random coincidence…?
Kapp played most of his years with the Vikings, whose home is Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2018, Minnesota hosted its first Super Bowl, which was won by Philadelphia, who also lost the most recent Super Bowl. The Eagles defeated the Patriots – the same team Kapp finished his career with after leaving the Vikings.
Minneapolis, Minnesota sits on the 93rd meridian, which is a rather significant fact for the city. The field is called USBank Stadium.
Joe Kapp died on May 8th. On that same date, May 8th of 2018, Mariners pitcher James Paxton threw a no-hitter. I point this out because earlier that year, a bald Eagle landed on Paxton. He threw the no-no during his 10776th day since birth, reminding us of America’s birth year, 1776.
Just two days after the death of Joe Kapp, James Paxton made his debut for the Boston Red Sox – the same team that Matt Strahm and the Phillies were playing against during the national anthem debacle.
Paxton’s no hitter finished with a 5-0 score.
The Bald eagle is the national bird of America, which has 50 states. After Super Bowl IV, it took Kansas City 50 years to win another championship.
The 50th Prime number is 229
The first American flag was sewn by Betsy Ross, whose full name was Elizabeth Griscom Ross.
Joe Kapp was born on 19/3
193 is the 44th Prime number
Minneapolis is on the 44th parallel
Hank Stram is not only famous for winning the Super Bowl – during the game, Stram agreed to wear a microphone, leading to an incredible NFL Films documentary on the game, which was unlike anything sports fans had access to before.
Stram’s Chiefs defeated the Vikings in that 4th Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl in Minneapolis was played in 2018. This year’s Super Bowl was played in 2023 on the date leaving 322 days in the year.
News of his passing broke on a date with numerology of 57 and 21:
Super Bowl IV, the first one the Vikings played in, ended with a score of 23-7. This is appropriate, considering Joseph Robert Kapp, who led the team from Minneapolis, Minnesota, threw 237 passes during that regular season.
This past 2022-23 season, the Vikings opened up their schedule against the Packers, whom they defeated by a score of 23-7.
That game was played just three days after the Queen died, turning Prince Charles into King Charles. Joe Kapp died a span of three days after the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
“Ritual Sacrifice” Code
Since the Vikings and Packers are in the same division, they play each other twice per year. Their second matchup fell on New Year’s Day, and it held a lot of significance – see my video on how it was connected to the death of the former Pope the day before, and the on-field collapse of Damar Hamlin the day after.
The 55th Prime number is 257
While Kapp was Super Bowl IV’s losing quarterback, the winning quarterback was the Chiefs‘ Len Dawson.
Skull & Bones
Kapp died 154 days before Yale University turns 322 years old in 2023:
Yale is home to the Skull & Bones secret society, who use a Skull and Crossbones and the number 322 on their emblem.
As shown above, Joe Kapp’s exit from the world stage occurred in connection to the 2023 Super Bowl, which was played on the date leaving 322 days in the year: