Jackie Robinson’s 761st Tank Battalion, the Black Panthers | How it ties in with the Chadwick Boseman ritual of August 28, 2020 & George Floyd

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This article was updated by History.com on February 4, or 4/2, the same day Mookie Betts was traded from Boston to the LA Dodgers, and of course, Jackie Robinson played for the Dodgers, the man who was in the 761st Tank Battalion, known as the Black Panthers. As you read, notice they were created in Spring of 1942, emphasis on ’42, because Jackie Robinson would go on to wear #42 in 1947, when he joined white major league.


With regards to the 761st Battalion, notice that 761 is the 135th prime.

In 2020, Jackie Robinson Day was celebrated August 28, 2020, 135 days after it is normally celebrated, April 15th. Not only that, but the Dodgers fell to 13-5, losing to Texas, where Jackie Robinson was stationed at Fort Hood.

Hood = 8+15+15+4 = 42

Read more about 135 here: https://gematriaeffect.news/the-dodgers-13-5-away-record-on-jackie-robinson-day-135-days-after-april-15-2020-kobe-bean-bryant/

Read about the death of Chadwick Boseman on Jackie Robinson Day, and how his death connected the characters he played, from Jackie Robinson, to Black Panther, to James Brown, to Thurgood Marshall: https://gematriaeffect.news/?s=chadwick+boseman

joe mo also caught this.


  1. skylark491 on September 2, 2020 at 8:33 am

    In this article it states that there were “30” black officers in the 761 Tank Battalion. As we all know, “Nigger” equals 30 and “Slavery” equals 30.

  2. skylark491 on September 2, 2020 at 8:47 am

    And notice that Jackie Robinson refused to give up his seat on the military “Bus”, not unlike the scripted Rosa Parks “Bus” incident that happened 11 years later


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