The 2022 edition of the super popular 2022 National Collegiate Athletics Association ( NCAA) knockout Basketball competition dubbed March Madness is winding down and is – in its final stages – is taking on a form of familiarity with the usual select group of traditional dominant powers in the final four.
The 2022 edition of March Madness will, however be forever defined by the performance of the St. Peter’s University Peacocks of Jersey City, New Jersey, who beat some traditional powers and made history in being the first 15th seed to reach the quarter-finals known as the Elite 8.
I have done videos addressing the esoteric underpinnings of St. Peter’s University and March Madness 2022. The most salient esoteric element is their nickname the “Peacocks” especially in light of the fact that the University is Jesuit and even has the famous “IHS” symbol on the school’s crest.
March Madness overlaps with the most prominent time for high ritual for every civilization throughout history that lived outside of the tropics: the Spring Equinox and the return of the Sun after the brutality and harshness of winter. Entire religions have been set up around this single event.
The peacock, especially with its feathers spread has represented the rising Sun.
The Vatican has — at the very ritually, esoterically even spiritually significant Fontana della Pigna — a world famous sculpture of twin peacocks flanking a giant pine cone.
So, St. Peter is sacred to Jesuits and the Catholic Church: St. Peter’s Basilica, St. Peter’s Square.
St. Peter’s University — in its Spring Equinox ritual run in 2022 March Madness — featured as its central figures twin peacocks: the Drame twins Hassan and Foussayni Drame.
Twin symbolism seems to be at the occulted heart of almost every facet of life.
Twins playing on the same team at such a high level in a major sport is extremely rare.
Being at the center of the ritual, their nationality is of utmost significance. I give the example of the shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins by Alec Baldwin on October 21st, 2021 where I immediately focused on her nationality as a core element of the ritual. Halyna Hutchins was Ukrainian.
The Drame twins are from Mali, West Africa.
Principle entities in high ritual are often chosen for their bloodline and family history, where those people are aware of it or not. African countries will not get publicity in the United States or West in general unless there is a major catastrophe, but Mali has been a significant location throughout its history.
Outside colonizing powers have focused their efforts there for centuries, from Middle Eastern Arabic forces, to French, and in earlier history multiple into-African empires. Mali is also the home of the Dog community famous for its knowledge of the star Sirius which is highly venerated by Western elites, high ancient civilizations like Kemet/Egypt and of course the Jesuit Order.
Specifically, the Dogon are said to have had knowledge of the fact that Sirius was actually a binary star when it had popularly been believed (even by the advanced Kemetians) to be one star. The Dogon may have known this without the use of telescopes and claim to have been told by travelers from Sirius whom they called the Nomo.
So Mali which has a history of incursion by outside forces could have experienced it from non human visitors. So, it does seem like a historical hot spot.
Being that they are from Mali, it can be said that the Drame twins of St. Peter’s University represent Sirius A and Sirius B.
A gematria code number for Sirius is 67. In the reverse of gematria’s simplest cipher “SIRIUS” sums to 67.
The twins of the Gemini symbol are the Greek mythological CASTOR and POLLUX
The Drame twins are Leo (August 18th).
“CASTOR, POLLUX” sums to 67
The Drame twins’ heights are both listed at 6’7″
“SIRIUS A, SIRIUS B” = 67
March Madness 2022 was not the first Cinderella rodeo for the Drame twins.
After scoring 67 points in their history-making win against Purdue, St. Peter’s eventually lost to “North Carolina” which also sums to 67.
Africa is not a competitive basketball region and typically has the lowest seeds and first eliminated in international competition. Mali is typically a low seed and amongst other African competition.
Yet in 2019 at the Basketball Under-19 World Cup they miraculously ran through upset after upset until they reached the final where they lost to the prohibitive favorite United States, and even then were competitive through most of the game.
The Mali cinderella team featured the Drame twins. 67, the big Sirius number. 67 is the 19th prime number.
This was the ’19 (2019) Under 19 Basketball World Cup. Mali is associated with Sirius so no surprise that this inexplicable run happens with 19 all over it.
Even some official statistics on the nation of Mali reflect its association with Sirius:
Wikipedia highlights the 2017 statistics on Mali’s population which is 19 million, and further states that 67% of its population is under the age of 25.
Peacock symbolism — seen at the Vatican and St. Peter’s University — is also seen in the religion of the Yazidi where it represents the angel Malak Tawus.
“MALAK TAWUS” which has many alternate spelling, sums to 67. So the symbol and the number very much synchronizing with the Drame twins.
126 is a number that references twins.
Genesis 1:26 states that God made man in the image of the gods, which suggests duplication, cloning or twinning.
“God said let us make man in our image” sums to 126.
“DRAME TWINS” sums to 126, the occulted twin code.
The Drame twins represent Sirius being from the country other than Egypt that is most associated with Sirius: Mali.
Freemasonry depicts the blazing star Sirius shining above and between the twin pillars of Boaz and Jachin.
The Drame twins are an anthropomorphism of the Freemason Entered Apprentice tracing board, representing its two most salient symbols: the blazing star Sirius and the twin pillars.