I may mention Tisha Bav and the Divine Feminine later on in the post but the focus is Neptune’s Retrograde.
Technically, Neptune didn’t hit retrograde until about 9pm Central Time today. (18th of June) Neptune is of course, among other things, the God of Earthquakes and today we got a story of a magnitude 6.1 striking Japan. [see here] 61 is the 18th prime and here we are in 2018.
Also worth mentioning is that we had an earthquake hit Guatemala on Sunday evening which would’ve also been the 18th of June UTC. Each earthquake was in my opinion an ode to Neptune/Poseidon.
The first documented study on earthquakes is from Thales of Miletus dated 585 BCE. (google “seismology” for this) Maybe we’ll see some more major earthquake stories today on “Juneteenth” aka “Freedom Day” which sums to 585 in the Jewish cipher. Zenith of the Alpha did a clever video connecting Juneteenth to 218 today. [see here]
Speaking of 218 and Central America….. the first World Cup match I got around to watching was Panama vs. Belgium. About 25 minutes into the game the announcers began speaking about the heaviest player in the World Cup, Roman Torres, who is representing Panama and plays in the MLS for the Seattle Sounders. Sounders of course alludes to the oceans depths as well as vibrations like the ones that cause earthquakes for example!!
(Many, including real life scientists, have anticipated a major earthquake in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle is no doubt the unofficial capital of the Pacific Northwest.)
So where does the 218 come in to play?!
Roman Torres is said to weigh in at 218 lbs although if you google his name he’s listed as 183. Perhaps this is because of how 183 connects to 218. 183 equals 3×61. 3 & 61 are the 2nd and 18th prime numbers.
The final piece to June 18th’s Neptune/Earthquake riddle seems to have come from the England-Tunisia matchup in the 90 +1 minute of play. If you were watching live you’ll recall that what should have been a throw-in a few seconds before was allowed to progress into a corner kick. Now, check this out.
This goal was a beautiful strike off the head of Harry Kane.
457 is the 88th prime number of course and 88 is always a fun one with so many different themes to allude to that I shall not even begin to mention them. My favorite personal discovery, however, is that “Isis” in hebrew sums to 88 (hebrew gematria). I’ll do a separate post on this soon.
But you gotta love how Harry Kane sounds so much like Hurricane. Again, Poseidon/Neptune the God of Hurricanes.
But continuing on with the earthquake theme Mexico defeated the defending champs, Germany, on Sunday. The next day we got these kinds of stories about that game, lol.
The End For Now
Update June 19th: The earthquake yesterday was in Osaka, Japan. Osako of the Japanese national team scores the winning goal today against Colombia.