In this post, we’re looking at the Jesuit’s “Ignatian Year,” which began on May 20, 2021 and will close on July 31, 2022. That’s a total of 437 days, which is 72 days longer than the calendar year.
The title “Jesuit Order” has gematria of 72 and the founder of the Jesuits, Ignatius Loyola died at the age of 72 on July 31, 1556. There’s more about 72 that we’ll explore in a bit.
The reason the Jesuits started the Ignatian Year on May 20th is to commemorate the day that Ignatius Loyola converted from a being a soldier to a priest. The Jesuits refer to this as his “cannonball moment,” when he was forced to accept the fact that he could no longer remain a soldier, after being severely wounded in battle. So, he gave his life to Jesus or Lucifer, depending on your perspective.
The imager above is a screenshot from Santa Clara University’s website, which is a Jesuit outfit. You can see the cannon ball and the images of war in the background.
The phrase “cannonball moment,” equals 264 as does “Saint Ignatius of Loyola.”
If you look at the number 264 as the date April 26th, some interesting things come into focus.
April 26, 2022 is a day with 72 numerology and the Jesuits were formed on a day with 72 numerology on August 15, 2021.
Zach Hubbard has noted in many posts that the number 222 is important in the Jesuit riddle since there were 222 months between the 9/11 attack and the declaration of the pandemic on 3/11/20.
I’m not making a prediction about April 26, 2022, but the numbers seem to point in that direction. Time will tell.