Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Auburn claims BCS title

Auburn's Wes Byrum (18) kicks the game-winning field goal late in the second half of the BCS National Championship NCAA college football game against Oregon on Monday in Glendale, Ariz. Auburn won 22-19.

No. 1 Auburn best the No. 2 Ducks 22-19 in the BCS championship game Monday night.

Reversing the number we have 19-22 which corresponds to the year 1922 which is 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" years from 2011.

The end of the 383rd cycle of 1922 days since the birth of our Lord God Jesus Christ (August 11th in 6 BC) fell on 20100119 which is EXACTLY Leo (356) days from 20100111, the day Auburn beat Oregon for the BCS National Championship.

Auburn's star Heisman trophy-winning quarterback, Cam Newton, was born in 1989 on May 11th which was the 131st day of the year. 131 is the prime of ONE (655) = 131 prime X 5.
Cam's numerical age (NA) yesterday was 7914 which is seven (7) conjoined with 914 which factors into 457 prime X 2 and 457 is the 89th prime number.

Four (4) cycles of 1989 days prior to 20110110 brings us to March 30, 1989 which was the 89th "Prime of Leo (356)" of the year.

Cam Newton's high school (Westlake High School) in Fulton County Georgia, was founded in the 1988-89 year and their mascot is the Lion.

The Universal Numerical Date (UND) for 20110110 was 736482 which factors into 937 prime X 786. 786 is 131 from ONE (655) which factors into 131 prime X 5.

89 "Prime of Leo (356)" cycles of 937 prime days prior to 20100111 will bring us back to the 9/14 (914) mo/day in the year 1782. The 9/14 (914) mo/day is the only day on the calendar that factors into 457 prime X 2 which is the 89th prime number.

914 breaks into 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.

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First season 1892

The year 1892 contains 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" between ONE (1) and TWO (2) the only female prime number which is also Cam Newton's number.

Finally UA (31) is a prime number that corresponds to "The Lord God" as follows:

The (285) Lord (3694) God (764) = 4743 = 31 prime X 153.

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