The Cincinnati Bengals are representing the American Football Conference in the upcoming 2022 Super Bowl ( LVI). Like all major events the Super Bowl is high ritual before which an inordinate number of celebrities tend to pass away.
The celebrities who pass tend to have various kinds of connections to the participants in the big events. The upcoming Super Bowl LVI involves the Los Angeles Rams and the Bengals of Cincinnati. Multiple celebrity deaths leading up to this Super Bowl are connected to Cincinnati as has been vividly illustrated by Zachary Hubbard:
The Concept of the Necessity of Human Sacrifice Throughout Human History
A brief and important note is that the concept of the necessity of someone dying in order for another to succeed is not not just the realm of conspiracy theory. The earliest recorded human civilization is the Ancient Sumerian culture. Their creation mythology influenced Babylon from whence Abraham — the progenitor of the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam — originated.
It was they who introduced the concept of the taking of a human life being a necessary requirement for high achievement of another human. Their mythology states that one of the advanced species (Anunnaki) — who manipulated an unevolved primate species into the modern day advanced humans — had to be sacrificed in order for humans to receive the gift of evolution.
Babylon retells this myth in their version of the Sumerian creation story, the Atra Hasis.
This concept also exists in Christianity: human sacrifice (of Jesus Christ) being necessary in order for mankind to receive a great gift (eternal life in heaven).
Animal Sacrifices for theCincinnati Bengals and Joe Burrow
I would like to shed light on some animals that are reported to have passed ahead of the Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl appearance.
The Bengals are identified by the tiger theme, a Bengal being a breed of tiger.
In astrology the tiger is a potent symbol of the planet Jupiter because they both have orange, brownish, white and dark stripes.
The tiger = Jupiter.
In astrology the planet Jupiter rules the signs of Sagittarius and Pisces.
The Bengals superstar Quarter Back Joe Burrow – born December 10th – is a Sagittarius and is connected to the tiger in that way primarily; the striped planet Jupiter being represented by the striped tiger.
Joe Burrow not only plays for the tiger themed NFL team the Bengals, but played college football at Luisiana State University who are nicknamed the Tigers.
Burrow won the college championship by defeating the Clemson Tigers in the 2020 National Championship Game, so heavy tiger symbolism with Joe Burrow.
EKO THE TIGER
The city of Cincinnati, Ohio is named after the elite Society of the Cincinnati which was founded on the 13th of May 1783.
The date can be written as 13-5 (13th May).
Eko the tiger was shot 135 days (135 like the date 13th May) before the next anniversary of the founding of the Society of the Cincinnati after whom the city is named.
135 and May 20th
The number 135 (13th May) coordinates with the date of May 20th which is central to the Joe Burrow/Cincinnati Bengals narrative.
Hall of Fame NASCAR driver Tony Stewart is known as Tony the Tiger and drives tiger-colored orange-and-black cars.
He runs charities for animals such as endangered tigers and is often pictured with tigers, enforcing the “Tony the Tiger” image.
The only other LSU Tiger to win the prestigious Heisman Trophy besides Cincinnati Bengals Quarter Back Joe Burrow, is Billy Cannon.
LSU Tiger Billy Cannon died on Tony the Tiger Stewart’s birthday of May 20th.
71 is also a major number to this ritual theme. The tiger represents the orange-striped Jupiter.
Jupiter is Zeus to the Greek.
Jupiter is St. Peter whom the Catholic Church reveres.
In gematria “ZEUS”, “PETER”, “CATHOLIC”, “VATICAN CITY”, “THE SOCIETY OF JESUS” among many more related terms all sum to 71, so it is noteworthy that Tony Stewart was born in the year ’71 considering all his tiger symbolism.
Also, he drove car # 20. The 20th prime number is 71.
The Society of Jesus founder Ignatius of Loyola was famously injured by a cannon ball (Billy Cannon) on May 20th (1521) the date that Billy Cannon died on in 2018. Loyola was canonized by the Catholic Church.
Joe Burrow transferred to the LSU Tigers from Ohio State on the same day that Billy Cannon died: May 20th , 2018.
Remember that 135 is important as the date 13th May when the Society of the Cincinnati was founded. The Naples Florida Zoo tiger was shot 135 days before the next 13th May anniversary.
13 weeks and 5 days after the Super Bowl in which the Cincinnati Bengals are involved (on February 13th, 2022) is May 20th that apparent Tiger-Jupiter-Catholic related ritual date.
BURREAUX THE GIRAFFE
A month after Joe Burrow won the College championship with the Louisiana State Tigers, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana Zoo announced that a baby giraffe would be named by popular vote. The name agreed-upon was a ‘Cajunized’ version of “Burrow”: “BURREAUX.”
“BURREAUX” sums to 110 in gematria.
Bureaux died on September 8th, 2021, a 110 day span with what would have been his next birthday of December 26th, 2021.
It is noteworthy that the day he died is the day that the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of the Virgin Mary, perhaps a “Destruction-of-the-sacred feminine” aspect to the ritual.
99 is the key number of Jupiter, which the tiger represents. In the Simple/Ordinal cipher of English gematria “JUPITER” sums to 99.
News of the passing of the giraffe Burreaux was reported on September 9th, a date written 9-9, like the 99 of “Jupiter.”
The very day of the reporting of Burreaux the giraffe’s death was the opening day of the NFL season in which the Cincinnati Bengals would reach the Super Bowl.
The fact that 9-9 was a Thursday is super-significant in that Thursday is a day named after and dedicated to Jupiter.
The Mayor of the city of Cincinnati Aftab Pureval was born on September 9th.