Aaron Judge’s special home run reportedly traveled 426 feet:
That’s a pretty interesting number for Aaron, considering he was born on April 26th, or 4/26:
Judge, a former league MVP, plays in New York. The city of New York just acquired a league MVP this season when Aaron Rodgers joined the Jets. He was officially traded on Judge’s birthday, 4/26:
Consider how special the number 39 is to New York, which is also known as NY or NYC, located in the Empire state.
Aaron Judge is the fastest player to 250 home runs? In my last post, I explained how the death of Jimmy Buffett was synced to WWE Raw in Charlotte, North Carolina this week.
Aaron Judge has matching gematria with both Jack Sonni and Jimmy Buffett, the last two people I blogged about. Both died in connection to Yale.
Judge plays for the Yankees, which is a perfect base match with Buffett.
Last night was the Yankees’ 135th game of the season.
This was a number of great significance in my last post on Buffett’s death.
Judge and Buffett also share the name James:
Judge completed the feat in Houston, Texas.
The Yankees were playing the Astros. James William Buffett was born in the year ’46 on Christmas. He died 46 years after Margaritaville, and 46 years after he married his wife.
Aaron Judge also has matching gematria with both Margaritaville and Margarita.
Aaron hit home run number 250 in game number 810, making him the fastest player to ever do so.
Notice how his name sums to both 72, 135, and 810. Last night’s game was the 135th game of the season for the Yankees, and Judge’s 810th, syncing up with the gematria of Aaron Rodgers.
Rodgers’ full name has Latin gematria of 695, which is the double value of Yale in both Satanic and Primes.
Rodgers was a topic in one of my decodes on the death of Gil Brandt. Remember he’s got that special 201 gematria, a special number to The Jesuit Order.
The Jesuit emblem shows IHS, which stands for Iesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus, Savior of Man):
The Jesuit Order was founded on September 27th, or 9/27:
Just days after the Jesuit Order’s 477th anniversary, the worst mass shooting in U.S. history allegedly took place in Las Vegas, the same week the city’s first professional sports franchise began play.