Supreme Court rules in favor of Joe Kennedy’s 50-yard-line prayers in Washington state high school football games, June 27, 2022

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Recall, the first ever Supreme Court decision was August 3, or 8/3, like 83, by John Jay.
John Jay = 83
Prayer = 83
Football = 83

Notice this decision in Washington D.C., is based on something in Washington state, and it is about ‘football’ and ‘prayer.’

Also, ask yourself, what are the odds that he name of the coach was Kennedy? It reminds that JFK was killed in the 187th year of the nation’s existence, whereas today’s decision, June 27, 2022, comes on the day leaving 187-days in the year.
Washington D.C. = 187
Society of Jesus = 187
Unconquered Sun = 187
Holy Roman Empire = 187
*JFK Assassination = 187
*Abrahamic = 187
-187 chapters in Torah

Kennedy v. Bremerton School District = 174
Supreme Court = 174

-Bremerton = 47 / 52 / 133
-Government = 47 / 52 / 133

From the day the case began, to its decision, was 63-days later (6-3 decision), or a span of 64.
Joseph A. Kennedy = 64

And as for the detail about the 50-yard-line…
Washington = 50
America = 50
Jesuits = 50

As for 6-3 and 63-days later…

The Mishnah or the Mishna (Hebrew: “study by repetition”, from the verb shanah or “to study and review” is the first major written collection of the Jewish oral traditions which is known as the Oral Torah. It is also the first major work of rabbinic literature. Most of the Mishnah is written in Mishnaic Hebrew, but some parts are in Aramaic. The Mishnah consists of six orders, each containing 7–12 tractates, **63 in total**, and further subdivided into chapters and paragraphs. The word Mishnah can also indicate a single paragraph of the work, i.e. the smallest unit of structure in the Mishnah. For this reason the whole work is sometimes referred to in the plural form, Mishnayot.

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