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Mike Kafka, the starting quarterback for Northwestern University's Wildcats visited the Wilmette Catholic Football varsity and junior varsity practice sessions this afternoon - in the driving cold rain - with a colleague of his who played linebacker for the cats. Great guys!
Mike was born on 19870725, Walter Payton's 33rd birthday - actually day ONE (1) of Walter Payton's 34th year here in this world. Walter Payton's number was/is #34. Mike's numerical age today was/is 8125 which factors into ON (65) X 125.
Today, 20091022, is EXACTLY 89 'Prime of Leo (356)' days from Day ONE (1) of Mike Kafka's 23rd year in this world. 23 corresponds to 'I (9) Am (14)' = 23 prime which is our Lord's original name and title given to Moses on Mt. Sinai - ie. 'I Am....the Lord thy God....' Exodus 20:2.
The other interesting thing about yesterday was that it was the 198th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt in 1811. 198 = 18 X 11 which mirrors 1811 which is the prime of the phrase "Wild Cats" as follows:
Wild (5934) Cats (3121) = 9055 = 1811 prime X 5
The 1811 "Wild Cats" prime is also 281st prime number which is the spiritual numerical designator that corresponds to our Lord's spiritual - ie. "corrected" - year and day of birth which is Year 1, Month 8, Day 11....010811 which corresponds to 1811 prime, etc. Day 11 = 1+1 = 2, Month 8 and Year 1 convert into the "numerical designator" which is 281 prime and the 281st prime number is 1811, etc.
On August 11th, the Divine Birthdate, in the year 1853, the founders of Northwestern University executed a warranty deed to purchase 379 acres along the shores of Lake Michigan from the Foster Family - what was one referred to as the "Foster Farm". There's a "Foster Street" in Evanston which is located right in the heart of the Campus of Northwestern University - see the image map below
Mike (4925) Kafka (21621) = 26546 = # 13 prime X 1021 prime X 2
26546 "Mike Kafka" days from 19870725, Mike's birth, brings us to 20600329 which is the 89th "Prime of Leo (356)" day of the year and the 288th anniversary of the passing/ascension of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772).
Not bad! Pretty cool!