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Also see my next post for an understanding of how this death is also connected to a 2019 event when Pope Francis received a Baltimore Ravens jersey signed by John Harbaugh

Another month, another story about a significant death by the Kill code.

The date Lewis III died had numerology of 64, 28, 19, 44, and 17, while it was also the date leaving 199 days in the year:

199 is the 46th Prime number

While this story broke last night, the 166th day of the year, it’s all over the headlines today, June 16th, which is written as 16/6 or 6/16.

Baltimore is home to the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Baltimore, the oldest Catholic church in the United States.

Super Bowl XXXV (35)

Ray’s father, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, was the MVP of Super Bowl XXXV, which was played at Raymond James Stadium on January 28th, written 1/28.

The 28th of January can also be written as 28/1. If you include the year (’01), you could write the date as 28/1/01.

If you use Prime numbers, the word Kill sums to 128. These are the same three digits found in the word Death.

His father Ray Lewis also won Super Bowl XLVII in his final NFL season. That year, the team was led by head coach John Harbaugh, who still coaches the team to this day.

XLVII = 47 The 47th Prime number is 211

The Ravens were led to their Super Bowl XXXV championship by head coach Brian Billick. Raymond Anthony Lewis died 107 days after Billick’s last birthday and 258 days before his next:

The Ordinal value of Raymond Anthony Lewis also connects to the Standard gematria of Brian Billick.

More “Sacrifice” Coding

Both Ray Lewis III and Lewis sum to 67, a number frequently associated with Human sacrifice.

67 is the 19th Prime number

He died on a date with Reduced numerology of 19:

In both Hebrew and Latin gematria, 19 is a number associated with the Kill code.

was exactly 19 weeks after his birthday, and Ray Lewis III was a span of 244 days after his:

Lewis’s death fell exactly 19 weeks after the anniversary of that game, which concluded the 2012 NFL season.