Tiger Woods defeats Phil Mickelson in The Match: Champions for Charity, May 24, 2020
This golf event to raise money to fight coronavirus had the two perfect contestants, TIGER Woods, where Tiger symbolism has been all over during the time of the “pandemic”, and Phil Mickelson, who has just the right name, summing to 70 and 142.
Notice the title, “The Match: Champions for Charity” also sums to 142.
In recent times, we’ve seen the NBA suspended on the 142nd day of the season, March 11, 2020, and we’ve seen NASCAR resume on the 142nd day of the year, May 21, 2020.
As has always been the case, Tiger Woods wears the Jesuit colors on Sunday, red and black, and that reminds that Tom Brady also participated, playing 71-days before his 43rd birthday, August 3, 2020. This matters because his name sums to 35 and 46, and the match was on the 145th day of the year. In other words, he hit all the “Catholic” numbers, and as we’ve been tracking, it is the Catholic Church and more specifically the Jesuits, behind the coronavirus pandemic.
See what we wrote about his move to the Bucs, and the Knights Templar, another military order of the Catholic Church.
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