The four finalists for the World Series =147 – New York / Los Angeles / Chicago / Houston – also just so happen to be the four most populous cities in America, in that order (also the only four teams I’ve been covering this season at Extra-Capsa). Those four cities in the Championship Series =74 aka the LCS =74 have a combined population of 17.4 million. The two matchups are Chicago + Los Angeles =74 and Houston + New York =74. Seventeen World Series =1704. Twenty Seventeen World Series =147. Seventeen World Series Champions =174. Comparing the potential World Series matchup with this number bears only two possibilities: Chicago Cubs + New York Yankees =174 and Los Angeles Dodgers + New York Yankees =174.
- On 14 October 2017, the day Astros beat the Yankees, former White Sox pitcher Daniel Webb died in an ATV accident at the age of 28. Born Robert Webb =47, he died 1 year 7 months 4 days after being let go from the Chicago White Sox =74.
Webb =14 went to Heath High =1014 and died in an ATV Accident =114 on 10/14 during the 114th year of Major League Baseball =1140 a span of 4 years 1 month 11 days after his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox =1014. Of the teams with this coding: Astros =411. That’s the only one with the 114 in the team name. And what’s really weird is Webb also died 40 years 1 month 1 day after Stephen King’s novel Rage.
There we have the Astros numbers, and he played his career in Chicago for the Cubs reference and when he was born the LA Dodgers were world champions. No direct Yankees connections to the death of Daniel Webb. A fun fact though is that Webb attended Heath High School in Paducah Kentucky, the location of an early school shooting on 1 December 1997 when a 14-year-old kid opened fire on a student prayer group, killing three and injuring five.
Going deeper down the rabbit hole we find the stand-out detail from this Heath High Shooting is that the shooter Michael Carneal had a copy of Stephen King’s novel Rage, which includes a scene of a school shooting… (ANOTHER instance of Stephen King predictive programming!) It’s actually about a kid named Charlie Decker who murders two teachers then holds his classroom hostage with the police and media outside. This Heath incident was the fifth school shooting associated with Rage (and the third in Kentucky), and the event that caused King to pull the plug and ban his own book. This would go on to be but the first of several tragedies that were first depicted in a King novel before occurring in real life.
- Rage was written under King’s pseudonym, Richard Bachman, which reminds me of his other novel The Running Man – quite different from the Schwarzenegger version. The book ends (spoiler alert) with the protagonist game show contestant (on the run from hitmen across the entire country) hijacking an airplane and crashing it into the skyscraper headquarters of the propaganda corporation. And of course the kids from Columbine planned to hijack an airplane and crash it into the World Trade Center after shooting up the school. Predictive Programming at its finest.
The Heath High School shooting happened 72 weeks 2 days before Columbine and 20 years 2 months 17 days after Rage was published. This sequence reminds us of the recent 8/6/17 death of MLB player Darren Arthur Daulton =227 who played his last game 20 years 27 days before the start of the Twenty Seventeen World Series =722 and died 7,222 days after winning the ’97 World Series. Daulton also died a perfecct Pi span of 20,207 days after the Colt 45s’ first game in Houston (before they changed their name to the Astros. All this I covered in the post here, where I also mentioned for the second time (the first time back in May) that George Springer =227 and the Astros were on the 30 June 2014 cover of Sports Illustrated boldly predicting Astros as “Your 2017 World Series Champs.” It came out 3 years and 3 months 14 days before Webb died.
And free-association here connects Daniel Webb to David Webb, which is the birth name of Jason Bourne from the movie series; the last flick Bourne featuring the climax set in Las Vegas with a false flag assassination attempt and a destructive high-speed chase right down Vegas Boulevard. I haven’t seen it since cinema but I’d wager that it shows the sight of the Vegas Shooting. And isn’t this interesting – I look up ‘Bourne + MLB’ and find one Michael Bourn, a current free agent who just so happens to be born in Houston and played three seasons with the Astros. Hmm…
It seems a bit too blatant that Astros win after Sports Illustrated predicted they would back in 2014, but who knows. Shit is getting more blatant every day, in what really seems to me a deliberate move. Personally I’m interested in the Stephen King angle the most, but if you’re diggin the sports stuff I should say that Gematria Club called 3/4 of these World Series finalists back during the season, and they’re currently 24-3 for weekly NFL picks. Not too shabby!