The 2022 NBA Finals have concluded, and the Golden State Warriors have defeated the Boston Celtics in 6 games. Let’s take a closer look and see why the Warriors were the victorious team.
75 was a significant number for the Warriors winning the NBA Championship. The Warriors, who won 1975 NBA Finals, are now 7-5 all-time in the NBA Finals. The Warriors had the 75 diamond logo featured in the center of their home court this season, as the NBA was commemorating its 75-year anniversary. The last meeting between the Celtics and Warriors prior to the NBA Finals took place on March 16, which was the 75th day of the year. There were 198 points scored total in that game, and the Warriors won the championship on June 16, the day leaving 198 days in the year.
The Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals on The Ultimate Warrior’s birthday. Jim Hellwig, who was known in the WWE as The Ultimate Warrior, died on April 8, 2014, just months prior to the Warriors winning their first championship with Steph Curry. Anyone who has followed my work knows about the significance of the date April 8, as it relates to the 2024 Great American Eclipse. Ironically enough, the Warriors won their 4th championship in 8 years on The Ultimate Warrior’s birthday (who died on 4/8), against the Boston Celtics. “Boston Celtics” equals 48 in Gematria.
The Golden State Warriors NBA Finals win comes on the heels of the Los Angeles Rams winning the Super Bowl. The Rams and the Warriors team colors are blue and yellow, which are also the colors of the Ukrainian flag. “Ukraine” equals 34 in Gematria. This is significant because both Matthew Stafford and Steph Curry were 34 years old when they won their respective championships this year. Steph Curry scored 34 points in the opening game of the NBA Finals, and he also scored 34 points in the closing game. Warriors coach Steve Kerr also finished the season on 34 all-time playoff losses.
The Warriors finished the 2022 NBA playoffs with a record of 16-6 on June 16 (16-6). June 16 was also the birthday of Tupac Shakur. This is relevant because there was a Tupac look-alike at a Warriors-Celtics game back in 2014 on March 5 (3/5). Not only did the Warriors win the NBA championship on Tupac’s birthday (who resided in San Francisco), but they also won the 35th NBA Finals for the Western Conference. The Tupac look-alike appearance at the basketball game occurred a month prior to The Ultimate Warrior’s death.
I wrote last month about how 163 has been an important number this year. The NBA All-Star game was won this year with 163 points, and Steph Curry won the All-Star MVP award after breaking the three-point record by hitting 16 3’s in the game. Curry would then go on to win the NBA Finals MVP award. Ironically enough, the last time the Celtics and Warriors played prior to the NBA Finals was on March 16 (16/3).
In other sports news, Ryan Fitzpatrick retired from the NFL on June 2, ending his 17-year football career. 17 days later, Matthew Fitzpatrick (no relation) won the 122nd edition of the U.S. Open on Juneteenth. “Juneteenth” equals 122 in Gematria. The U.S. Open began on June 16th in Massachusetts, the same date the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals against the team from Massachusetts. “Golden State” equals 122 in Gematria.
Roe V. Wade being overturned by the Supreme Court was arguably the biggest news of the month, and lo and behold, 122 turned out to be a significant number again. Roe V. Wade was originally decided on January 22, 1973. January 22 can be written as 1/22. Roe V. Wade was a ruling on abortion, and “abortion” equals 122 in Gematria. The ruling was overturned on June 24, which was 1 week, 22 days after the Roe V. Wade Supreme Court draft leak that occurred on May 2. May 2 was the 122nd day of the year.
Roe V. Wade was overturned on June 24, which was the 175th day of the year. “Roe Versus Wade” equals 175 in Gematria. 175 was also a significant number in both the NBA Finals and the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. The Boston Celtics dropped to 17-5 all-time in the NBA Finals, while the Colorado Avalanche picked up their 175th all-time playoff win. It is worth noting that the New York Yankees are currently on 172 playoff losses, so if they were to lose 3 games in the ALDS this year, they would be eliminated on 175 playoff losses. Flight 175 was hijacked on September 11, 2001, so there is a great amount of significance tied to this number.
The Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup and prevented the Tampa Bay Lighting from earning a threepeat. The last team to threepeat in the NHL was the New York Islanders when they had Mike Bossy on their team. Bossy died on April 15, just prior to the start of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Avalanche won the Stanley Cup 72 days after Bossy’s death, while finishing with 72 wins on this season. Bossy was born on January 22, the same date as the original ruling of Roe V. Wade. Exactly one week after Bossy’s death, Guy Lafleur passed away. Lafleur ended his career playing for the Quebec Nordiques, who are now the Colorado Avalanche. It is not uncommon to see former sports athletes sacrificed prior to the start of a season, or in this case, the playoff season. In 2020, Kobe Bryant died, and the Lakers and Dodgers both won their respective league’s championships. In 2021, Hank Aaron died, and the Atlanta Braves won the World Series. In this instance, Bossy and Lafleur were offed prior to the Lightning’s failed threepeat against Lafleur’s Avalanche.
Another additional note I would like to make in regards to Roe V. Wade being overturned on June 24, is that this was the anniversary of the establishment of Freemasonry. The first Grand Lodge was founded on June 24, 1717 at the Goose and Gridiron alehouse. Goose and Gridiron is an interesting location, considering how Tony Siragusa, a former gridiron football player who was nicknamed “The Goose,” passed away just prior to the 305-year anniversary of the birth of Freemasonry. America was, of course, founded by Freemasons, a secret society which is ultimately controlled by The Jesuit Order. Tony Siragusa died at age 55, 5 weeks, 5 days after his birthday. June 24 is also known as St. John the Baptist’s day. Babies are traditionally baptized in the Christian Church shortly after birth, so it is ironic that a ruling involving babies and abortion was overturned on this date. Baptism is associated with water, and the words “row” and “wade” are also associated with water.
The overturn also occurred 1,885 days after the debut of The Handmaid’s Tale, which is a show about women and forced childbirth. Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States, led the Union Army to victory in the American Civil War and died in the year 1885. The Jesuit Order/Society of Jesus, who ultimately run America (as well as the rest of the world), have been steering this country towards another civil war for quite some time now. At the moment, it’s the Liberals who are outraged. In the near future, it will be the Conservatives who will be outraged once gun control inevitably becomes enforced. It’s all a dog and pony show to get everyone riled up and angry at each other so American citizens are so busy fighting amongst each other, that they never see who the true enemy lurking behind the shadows really is.
It’s a sad state of affairs in our world right now, and the times are only going to get more challenging as we inch closer to the April 8, 2024 Great American Eclipse. It’s best to remain an observer and not participate in the madness. After all, rioting and chaos is what the controllers of our world ultimately want. We are very easy to conquer as a people when we are divided.