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This is my third of three posts on this story.

### Eclipse Code

My last post explained the Skull and Bones riddle in the passing of Ryan Minor.

Eclipse has matching gematria with Minor, who played for the Orioles.

### 108 / 109

Gehrig has matching 108 gematria with Mathematics of the circle. This is an important number to the Geometry of the Sun, Moon, and Earth.

A Baseball player named Minor reminds me of Minor League Baseball, which is the farm system for the Major League.

A Major League baseball is made up of 108 double stitches:

Ryan Minor died 108 days after Minor League Baseball’s anniversary and 108 days before the second Great American Eclipse (or 109 days w/ the end date):

Ryan Minor played in his first MLB game on the date leaving 109 days in the year:

Why is this 108 109 comination so important? Maybe it’s because the sum of these two numbers is 217.

### 109 days is also 15 weeks, 4 days

This is a number commonly coded into tales of early demise.

### Ryan Minor was born on 1/5 The 15th Prime number is 47

Lou Gehrig was born on a date with Primary numerology of 47:

Lou Gehrig made one of the most famous speeches in history, known by his opening line I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” This speech was made on the 4th of July, written 7/4 or 4/7.

### Thirty-three

The number Thirty-three is important to the code of Ritual human sacrifice.

Minor was selected by the Orioles in the 33rd round of the Draft.

### “Sacrifice” Code

Ritual human sacrifice sums to 911, just as “The Iron Horse” Lou Gehrig.

911 upside-down is 116, which is a sum shared by Ryan Minor, Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr., and Gehrig.

Sacrifice = 55

116 is the Reduction value of Consecutive games played, which equals 244 in Ordinal.

Baltimore Orioles players Minor and Ripken both have gematria of 244.

### More Eclipse Alignments

The second coming of Christ is mentioned 318 times in the New Testament. Jesus was crucified with darkness in the sky, much like a solar eclipse.