Notice that Pastime Paradise, sampled for Gangsta’s Paradise, was released on the album Songs In The Key Of Life, September 28, 1976, meaning Coolio died on the 46 year anniversary of its debut.
Sacrifice = 46
Svengali = 46
Rap = 46
It ties in with September 28 being the 271st day of the year.
Gangsta’s Paradise = 271
And with regards to Coolio dying at 59, and the song coming out in ’76…
Remember, Black History Month was recognized by the US Federal Government in ’76, and for the month of February, the month ending on the 59th day of the year. And it goes with Stevie Wonder being part of Motown, which debuted in ’59.
Coolio also died on his 59th day of his age, and on a 59 date numerology.
9/28/22 = 9+28+22 = 59
And notice where Coolio’s birth name fits in, equating to 76.
Artis Leon Ivey Jr. = 76
He also died on Stevie Wonder’s 139th day of his age.
139, 34th prime
Rapper = 34
Murder = 34
Black = 34
-Freemasonry = 139
-Free = 34
*You could also say it was 138 days after his birthday.
Saginaw, Michigan = 138 (His hometown)
He is 72 years old at the time of this ritual.
Jesuit Order = 72
And the date of Coolio’s death had 79 numerology as well.
9/28/2022 = 9+28+20+22 = 79
Murder = 79
Wonder = 79
Wonder wasn’t his real name.
Record Plant = 54
Stevie Wonder is 72 right now…
Coolio’s death comes on Michelle Pfeiffer’s 153rd day of her age…
Jesuit Order = 54 / 72 / 144 153
*Jarel Posey = 54 / 144
He died 161 days after his manager’s birthday, Mr. Posey.
Gangsta’s Paradise = 161
Los Angeles = 161
And notice this 59 / 177 / 201 connection with Louanne Johnson, the author of the book Dangerous Minds is based on.