Indians~Cubs World Series

Cleveland Indians World Series =169. Major League (1989) came out 10,069 days before Game 5 (10/30/16). Remember that if Indians win 4-1. Dodgers’ last World Series win was 169 days before Major League premiered. From the release to Game 7 on 11/2 (the 112th World Series) is 10,072 days. The World Series =72. The Pennant =702. Francona =72. MLB =27. Base =27. Ball =27. Cubs =270. Major League, which features the Cleveland Indians, was released 27 years ago – same as Back to the Future II, which foreshadows a Chicago Cubs World Series in 2015.

  • BTTF II & Major League were released exactly 33 weeks apart. Cleveland =33. Indian =33. Thirty-Three =66. World Series =66. Cubs World Series =66. Progressive =99. Wild Thing #99. 
  • Major League =999. This is the year of the 666 coding {6x6x6 =216 / 666+666+666+6+6+6 =2016} so of course Major League predictive programming is in effect. Again, this is why JEWISH GEMATRIA IS THE KEY. Pythagorean/Reduction is the easiest way to make matches – and is thus the least reliable. (Just like how there’s over a dozen numbers that relate to Death themes, something we all have coded into our innate programming, which is not necessarily ‘Illuminati Confirmed’ proof of conspiracy.)

INDIANS CUBS =115. José Fernández died 11 months 5 days after Back to the Future Day (10/21/15), like the last World Series ending on 11/1/15. His 2015 birthday was 11 weeks 5 days before BTTF Day. Doc asks Marty to meet him at Twin Pines Mall at 1:15 AM and he travels back to 11/5 in 1955. 10/15 was the day the Cubs’ World Series drought began. #JoséDay =1150, a popular hashtag before his death, which came 1 month 15 days before the Election and 115 days after Muhammad Ali died. Dolan =115, Indians owner. 

The last Dodgers World Series win was 1 year 1 month 5 days after the release of BTTF II, a World Series final that began on 10/15. Mitch Williams =151 and he’s currently 51. His last MLB apearance was on 5/10 and his birthday is 15 days after Game 7 – and 50 weeks 1 day earlier.

Who the hell is Mitch Williams, you ask? Williams joined the Cubs in ’89, the same year Major League (and BTTF II) came out, and his extravagant wind-up/release and frequent wild pitches earned him the nickname “Wild Thing,” after Charlie Sheen’s character. That’s a pretty big Cubs~Indians connection right there, if you ask me. He’s born 11/17, his birthday 11 months 17 days before the upcoming Game 7. The Pennant =117. 

  • Mitch ‘Wild Thing’ Williams is best known for giving up a walk-off home run to Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays in the sixth game of the 1993 World Series to give the Jays the Pennant. As a Canadian, that play is a part of our heritage. And now Cleveland has swept Toronto to advance to the World Series.
  • The ’93 Series ended on 10/23. Our projected Game 5 date is 23 years 8 days later. Chicago Cubs World Series =238That’s 1201 weeks 1 day, the active form of 211.
  • [Joe Carter =57. Joseph Carter =57. World Series =57. Chief Wahoo =57.] Carter started his career with the Cubs, 1 year 11 months 2 days before the premier of Back to the Future I.

Mitchell Steven Williams =112. Yogi Berra died 1 year 1 month 12 days before 11/2, Game 7 of the 112th World Series. Houston =112 and Berra ended his MLB career coaching the Houston Astros. Chicago Cubs World Series =112. Indians manager Terry Francona born on the 112th day. 211 is the 47th prime.

  • That’s 407 days since Berra’s death. Major League came out on 4/7 with a 1 hr 47 min runtime. Word Series =147. Super Bowl =1407. It’s the 47th Super Bowl of the modern era. All these championships are intertwined with the same tributes and long planned and programmed through pop culture, hidden in plain sight for those with eyes to see.

Wild Thing =1097. Cleveland Indians Chicago Cubs World Series =197. Game 7 is 19 years 7 days after Indians lost the ’97 World Series to the Marlins (on Hillary’s 50th birthday). If Cubs beat the Dodgers and indeed face the Indians, then it was absolutely predictive programmed into these two classic 80s movies. It’s amazing how many discoveries can be made with this one easy trick of reading the pop culture references on Wikipedia and doing a bit of dedicated digging beyond the basic bullshit.

The Fall Classic =376. Chicago Cubs =376. And another key bond I haven’t seen anyone mention is the Red Sox connect – Cleveland GM Terry Francona & Cubs President Theo Epstein were both on the 2004 Boston squad that broke the Curse of the Bambino. Now there’s the chance to break the Cubs Curse of the Billy Goat — 12 years 4 days later (if our 10/30 Game 5 code is in action). Cleveland Chicago =124. Cleveland Indians World Series =124. 

2 thoughts on “Indians~Cubs World Series

  1. Great work Brother Berg. I think your really on to something here. I’m still new to this so you may need to double check my math. I was looking at your work on Arnold Palmer and I think it ties in with the World Series. More specific the date for Game 5 (10/30/16). October 30 comes 5 weeks 1 day after Palmer died on September 25. That’s including the last day. Not including it that would become 1 month 5 days. INDIANS CUBS =115.

    Chicago Cubs = 57 with the “s” exception.
    World Series = 57/147
    Arnold Daniel Palmer = 570/174
    Arnold Palmer = 57/471

    He was a GOLF LEGEND = 87. Died at 87. This was the 87th All Star Game this year. It’s the 112th World Series. The Geico commercial with Ice T selling lemon aid subtitled ‘It’s Not Suprising’ =112 The CHICAGO CUBS = 91 in Ordinal and I find that interesting because the sum of divisors for 91 total to 112.
    If the Cubs win that would break the “Curse of the billy goat” = 88.


  2. Awesome, Brother Berg! You were right, Indians win 4-1, and now it’s Cubs vs Indians in the WS.

    I watched BTTF a ton of times as a kid, always one of my favorite films/series. I always thought how great it would be to have that Sports Almanac and know the results of sports ahead of time and now in 2016 that has almost literally come true. Time to put some money on the Cubbies just like that guy in the movie says!


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