Ok. So this is strange. This popped up in my memory for today on FB. I hate to spot this sort of thing more than anyone. Because for one, I’m a Dodger fan and I love baseball in general. You don’t like it, I don’t care. That’s just how it goes. 👍
In August of 2017 Sports Illustrated came out with this cover.
Well, as soon as it did, we lost two world series in the next 2 years. In the picture you have Yasiel Puig (ex-Dodger) and Justin Turner (current Dodger). Puig was a wild player who likes to strike out, hit home runs and get pissed off and fight. Vin Scully nicknamed him the wild horse for good reason. His name literally means “in whom God gave the mountain”. Yasiel Puig. Now stay with me here.
Symbolism is even in a Sports Illustrated cover even when you don’t expect it to be. You have a image of Puig (in whom God gave the mountain – think Mount of Olives here) wearing the number 66 (we know the connotations of sixes), pouring out a liquid (orange Gatorade) from a container over the head of the red headed Turner wearing the number 10 (think 10th red heifer), with his arms out to his side (ala cricifixion). I’m seeing a picture here, are you? Aquarius pouring out its water libation over the 10th red heifer.
Now I’m not saying anyone knew this at the time and it definetly wasn’t planned consciously by the photographer or SI. And I don’t think Puig or Turner need to be looked at like they initiated some sort of witchcraft causing some “curse”. But as far as my research goes, I just spotted it and it took me 2 years later, and at this point, it looks really weird. Most people know that baseball players are the most superstitious athletes alive on the planet.
Matter of fact, after this image we lost 2 world series. One was at the hands of Houston (the name comes from a Masonic hew stone), which was “predicted” by a writer in 2014 that Houston would win in 2017. This happened right after the big Houston flood and it was all about #houstonstrong nonsense.
Remember that Puig was nicknamed the “wild horse”?
And then the Dodgers got beat by Boston the following year, whom at one time they believed they were actually cursed from winning the world series. The “damage was already done” by then according to SI.
If I was a Boston fan I’d think it was the 86 year curse of Bambino again for the Dodgers. If I didn’t know better, it looks like we have some magick going on in baseball. Looks like we have the Dodgers “in whom God gave the mountain curse of the red heifer”. Let’s see if they make it again this year and then lose again. Hopefully not.
Oh yeah, when I went to Google Puigs name, this story popped up first. Cuban born Puig went to visit a camp for Jewish kids with cancer. What’s the odds of that? A Jewish camp, go figure.
And if you think I’m way off base about witchcraft and magick being used for SI covers, then read this. Remember that Maria is a form of Marian i.e. Mary. The occultist divine feminine.
S and I is 19 and 9. 199. What’s with 199, well it is one short of 200. Traditionally scholars say there were 200 fallen angels at Mount Hermon. Kabbalah says 72 were invoked by Solomon and there is a discrepancy of whether there were 70 or 72 nations according to some scholars. There are 70/72 principalites over the 70/72 nations. This is why you see the push from the Sanhedrin to make a covenant with the 70 nations in support of the Temple.
“The Zohar teaches that a group of 200 fallen angels led by Aza and Azael became the source of this negativity. However, Noah’s connection to the light was so strong that no evil person or group could move him from his righteous center. All of this negativity contributed to the separation that began with Kayin (Cain). Kayin emphasized man-made technologies and introduced the concept of cities (culture of death), which separated people from the Divine and from the culture of life and liberation of the Great Torah Way. This is the essential difference between Kayin’s “way of man” and Hevel’s (Abel’s) “way of God”—living in harmony on earth. A focus on the physical world and technology separates humanity from the light of God as it shines solely through the light of the Self. Ego builds through a sense of separation consciousness and desires for money, power, and material gain. In Noah’s time this orientation began to dominate over social harmony and focus on the Divine as central to the meaning of life. This split continued to widen in the antediluvian times until chaos reigned, led by the nephilim.”
“Torah As a Guide to Enlightenment (pp. 50)”
“Kokabiel (Aramaic: כוכבאל, Ancient Greek: χωβαβιήλ), also spelled Kôkabîêl, Kôkhabîêl, Kakabel, Kochbiel, Kokbiel, Kabaiel, or Kochab, considered the ‘angel of the stars’, is a fallen angel, the fourth mentioned of the 20 Watcher leaders of the 200 fallen angels in the Book of Enoch. His name is generally translated as “star of God”, which is fitting since it has been said that Kokabiel taught astrology to his associates.
According to The Book of The Angel Raziel, Kokabiel is a holy angel; in other apocryphal lore, however, he is generally considered to be fallen. Kokabiel is said to command an army of 365,000 spirits.”