If you’re a State of Origin fan, no doubt you’re passionate about one team in particular and always have an opinion on controversial calls made by the ref.

Last night’s game one of the origin series was no different, with a controversial call made by the video refs about Josh Morris’ try. But we won’t get into that. (But he DEFINITELY got it down.)

What we should get into is the numeric proof that there is no other possible outcome for the 2016 State of Origin series other than, NSW will win.

Here’s what I mean.

Coming back from a 1-0 loss in an Origin series is hard, and Laurie Daley would do well to call Ricky Stuart and Phil Gould to discover how to do it.


Because it hasn’t been done since Stuart led the NSW squad in 2005, and since Gould led them in 1994.


Are you sensing a pattern here?


11 years between Gould and Ricky’s comeback victories, and 2016 marks 11 years again, so surely Daley is due his win?

Here’s the numerology insight for you:

With the three true Master numbers, their power is not just based on the simple fact that they consist of identical digits, but because those digits are the 1, the 2, and the 3, respectively. In the case of the 11 (a double 1), it has the traits and personality of the 1 twice, and when added (11 = 1+1 = 2) becomes a 2, thereby combining the most powerful male energy (the 1, Zeus) with the equally potent female energy (the 2, Hera). Considering that the 1 and the 2 are on opposite ends of the spectrum and the sum of their combined attributes pretty much overshadows all other attributes assigned to the numbers 3 through 9 you can perhaps imagine a merging of the strongest, most driven and aggressive warrior, an unstoppable masculine energy, with the supremacy of the most intuitive, feminine, and cunning goddess. And even that does not reveal the true essence of the 11 Master number: The 11 symbolizes the potential to push the limitations of the human experience into the stratosphere of the highest spiritual perception; the link between the mortal and the immortal; between man and spirit; between darkness and light; ignorance and enlightenment. This is the ultimate symbolic power of the 11.

And to top it ALL off – and perhaps provide us with a beacon of hope of what’s to come – have a think about what number arguably the best NSW player (and only try scorer) was wearing last night…



Source: Adelaide Now

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