Will RWC2019 be Webb Ellis Number 2 for England?

England last won the Rugby World Cup in 2003 in Australia. Given this, the question every English rugby supporter wants answered is, Will RWC2019 be Webb Ellis Cup Number 2 for England? Under Eddie Jones, we believe they have their best shot in years of winning. We’ve run the 365 Pin Code Charts for Coach Eddie Jones and Captain Owen Farrell and both sets of numbers are really good, and we mean really good, so from a coach and captain perspective we definitely see England as being in the Final of RWC2019.

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For many years now we have intensely researched (The Pin Code Numerical Intelligence Research Library) numbers and bespoke numerical combinations. The accuracy of the 365 Pin Code profiles we produce is unquestionable, therefore the Numbers Never Lie. Whilst interpreting them may be very tricky at times, good to excellent lines of code are always in play when something huge goes down success wise. That’s why contrary to the general opinion right now, we do not see the leadership combination of Steve Hansen and Kieran Read’s All Blacks lifting the coveted Webb Ellis trophy. Ireland’s coach and captain 365 Pin Code Numbers run both hot and cold, and Wales’s coach and captain numbers (to be disclosed in a soon-to-be-published research article) are also very open-ended. Even though the Boks lost their opening game to New Zealand, they are far from dead and buried and we’re predicting a Quarter Final victory for them over Ireland (all things being equal in the pool games!).

So, will RWC2019 be Webb Ellis Cup Number 2 for England? We think there’s a very high probability that Eddie Jones’ men will go all the way and we definitely see them beating New Zealand should they come face-to-face in a knockout game (i.e. the Semi-Final).

365 Pin Code Numerology Profile: England Head Coach Eddie Jones born 30.01.1960

Eddie Jones (born 30 January 1960) is an Australian rugby union coach and former player, who has been the head coach of the England national team since 2015. He was born in Burnie, Tasmania, to a Japanese American mother and an Australian father. He is married to Hiroko Jones, a Japanese woman whom he met while teaching at the International Grammar School in Sydney.

He previously coached Australia between 2001 and 2005, taking the team to the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final. He was an assistant coach for South Africa when Jake White’s Springboks won the 2007 Rugby World Cup and from 2012 to 2015 he coached Japan, leading them in the 2015 Rugby World Cup and their glorious upset win over South Africa.

Jones played as a hooker for Sydney club Randwick and New South Wales and began coaching Randwick in 1994. He continued his career in Japan between 1995 and 1997 for Tokai University, as an assistant to the Japanese national side and for Suntory Sungoliath. In 1998 he returned to Australia, taking charge of ACT Brumbies in Super Rugby and also coached the Queensland Reds in the 2007 Super Rugby season. In 2008, he had a brief spell at Saracens in England’s Premiership Rugby, before returning to Japan and Suntory Sungoliath for a second spell which culminated in winning the 2011–12 Top League championship.

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Some critics said that England’s opening match left much to be desire but Eddie Jones sees things very differently: England coach Eddie Jones insisted the Rugby World Cup was “not a 100 metre sprint” as he defended his side’s error-strewn 35-3 win over Tonga in their tournament opener in Sapporo on Sunday.

Manu Tuilagi scored two first-half tries before two more after the break from Jamie George and Luke Cowan-Dickie secured a bonus-point win that could yet prove important in a tightly contested Pool C. England didn’t concede a try and also appeared to avoid injuries to key players ahead of a short turnaround to their second group game against the United States on Thursday.

“The only thing we have to worry about — and I’m sorry to disappoint you here — is the USA game, and we’ve just got to be a little bit better again,” Jones told reporters. “The thing about the World Cup, having been to a few, is the World Cup is not a 100-metre sprint,” he added. “So you don’t have to come out of the blocks and be absolutely fantastic now, what you have to be is steady, you have to be prudent and you have to have a mindset of improvement and that’s what we’ve got.” And this man knows what he is talking about because Rugby World Cup wise he has been there done that!

365 Pin Code Numerology Birth Chart for Eddie Jones born 30.01.1960

The significant birth chart numbers in play RWC2019 wise, for Eddie Jones are:

A Number 2 Life Path (TKS-LFP; see the 2 circled in red)

A Number 7 (16//7) Shadow / Emotional Life Path (TSS-LFP; see the 6 circled in black)

A Number 1 (10//1) Professional / Career Attainment Number (TKSPR; see the 10//1 circled in yellow)

A Number 3 Personal Number (Birth DD 30th = 3+0 = 3)

A Number 7 World / Career Number (Birth YY 1960 = 1+9+6+0 = 16 = 1+6 = 7)

A quick 365 Pin Code Numerology analysis of his Full Birth Name

The full birth name Eddie [27//9] Jones [18//9] totals 45, which reduces (45 = 4+5 = 9) down to the Number 9, his Primary Expression Number.

His initials EJ total 6 (E=5+J=1) and so the Number 6 is his Primary Balance Number.

His full birth name has Number 2, Number 3, Number 7 and Number 8 missing from it therefore these numbers denote his four Karmic / Key Life Lesson (2: Diplomacy; 3: Self-Expression; 7: The Seeker of Truths; 8: Power etc.).

365 Pin Code Numerology 4D Quadratic View (Year-On-Year Lines of Data) for Eddie Jones, born 30.01.1960

This is a massively accurate numerically predictive chart which we at 365 Pin Code created after years of in-depth research. We know that these lines of code are bullseye accurate because we have published a tremendous amount of mind-blowing Applied Numerology Research which proves this; research which shows that massively significant success events will always reveal themselves in the person’s life path coding.

Let’s take a look at the 2019 line of code for England Head Coach Eddie Jones born 30.01.1960

2019[YEAR]-15(6)-1(10)-7(16)-59[AGE]-12(3)-1(10)-1(19) ; England Rugby Head Coach Eddie Jones’ 2019 Experience Number calculates as 10//1 and this is has extreme significance given that his Professional Attainment Number (see yellow circled TKSPR numbers in his above 365 Pin Code Birth Chart) is also 10//1. So, instantly we know that 2019 is coded experientially to be a year which synchronises perfectly with what he has been constantly striving for professionally over the years, to be Number 1…

Eddie Jones has a 2019 line of Numerology Code which is RED HOT…

There are also others very important numbers in his bespoke 2019 line of code such as 16//7 which links powerfully with his Shadow / Emotional Life Path and World Career Number. The Double 1 (i.e. the red block in the 2019 data string) signifies a massively significant professional emotional experience for him which is linked to leadership (leadership = Number 1 Energy). So, in a nutshell, Eddie Jones’ 2019 line of 365 Pin Code Numerology code, is RED HOT and that’s why from his code alone, we’re prepared to back England as being one of the two teams in the RWC2019 Final.

Let’s stick with unpacking the Applied Numerology around the question posed at the start of this research exercise, being: Will RWC2019 be Webb Ellis Cup Number 2 for England? We continue now with the England captain, Owen Farrell.

365 Pin Code Numerology Profile: England Captain, Owen Andrew Farrell, Born 24.09.1991

Owen Andrew Farrell (born 24 September 1991) is an English professional rugby union player, currently playing for Premiership Rugby side Saracens. Farrell has played international rugby for England since 2012, has previously played for the British and Irish Lions and has been the Captain of England since 2018. He is considered by many to be one of the best currently active rugby union players in the world, having been nominated for World Rugby Player of the Year in 2012, 2016 and 2017.

Andy Bull writes: Farrell will want – and need – to be this calm on the pitch, too. If there has been one big worry with his captaincy it is that he tends to bicker and snap at referees when they need careful, canny management.

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He also needs to be careful with those rash high tackles, when he leads with his shoulder rather than his arms. He says he has adjusted his technique. Listening to him talk, it feels like he was easing himself into just the right mindset for that first match. Says Farrell “Emotion is a big part of the game, it’s a big part of getting yourself in the right place to perform, for some more than others. But everyone’s a bit different in terms of the way they use that.”

“I already know how good the nation is at getting behind the team at tournaments like this. We’ve all been one of those fans, whether it was for the football World Cup, cricket World Cup, you seen the momentum that gathers back home and I’m sure those teams were able to feed off that. Hopefully we can give them something to cheer about while we’re here” Farrell adds.

365 Pin Code Numerology Birth Chart for Owen Farrell born 24.09.1991

The significant birth chart numbers in play RWC2019 wise, for Owen Farrell are:

A Number 8 Life Path (TKS-LFP; see the 8 circled in red)

A Number 1 [Karmic Number 19//1] //4 Shadow / Emotional Life Path (TSS-LFP; see the 1 circled in black)

A Number 8 Professional / Career Attainment Number (TKSPR; see the 8 circled in yellow)

A Number 6 Personal Number (Birth DD 24th = 24 = 2+4 = 6)

A Number 2 World / Career Number (Birth YY 1991 = 1+9+9+1 = 20 = 2+0 = 2)

A quick 365 Pin Code Numerology analysis of his Full Birth Name

The full birth name Owen [21//3] Andrew [29//11//2] Farrell [36//9] totals 86, which reduces (86 = 8+6 = 14 = 1+4 = 5) down to the Number 5, his Primary Expression Number.

His initials OAF, total 13 (O=6+A=1+F=6) and reduce (13 = 1+3 = 4) down to the Number 4, his Primary Balance Number.

His full birth name has Number 2 and the Number 7 and the Number 8 missing from it therefore these numbers denote his four Karmic / Key Life Lesson (2: Diplomacy; 7: The Seeker of Truths; 8: Power etc.).

365 Pin Code Numerology 4D Quadratic View (Year-On-Year Lines of Data) for Owen Andrew Farrell, born 24.09.1991

Let’s a look at the 2019 line of code for the England Rugby Captain Owen Farrell born 24.09.1991

2019[YEAR]-9(9)-6(15)-6(6)-28[AGE]-11(11//2)-6-4(4); England skipper Owen Farrell’s 2019 Experience Number calculates as 15//6 – the theme therefore being relationships, responsibility, sense of community etc. In his core 365 Pin Code Numerology profile the Number 6 features strongly with his being born on the 24th – it’s therefore his Personal Energy. His Professional Year is 11//2 which links with his World / Career Number 2 (1991 = 2). The red Double Six in his 2019 line of code shows the personal emotional impact which being captain is placing on him. Nevertheless, his line of code for 2019 is ROCK SOLID and very positive success wise, both personally and professionally.

Will RWC2019 be Webb Ellis Cup Number 2 for England?

YES, Eddie Jones’ 365 Pin Code Numerology profile for 2019 is superb, and YES, Owen Farrell’s 365 Pin Code Numerology profile for 2019 is rock solid. Combine them and numerologically speaking, you have something very special going on. This is why we believe England will feature in the RWC2019 Final. Lest we forget: England won the 2003 Final 20–17 to lift the Webb Ellis Cup for the first time, also becoming the first European side to win the cup. The scores were tied 14–14 at full time, and Jonny Wilkinson kicked a drop goal in the final minute of extra time to win the match.

Owen Farrell has what it takes to win really big matches. Could he repeat in 2019 what Johnny Wilkinson did in 2003? We’ll have to wait and see. Lastly, everybody sees the mighty All Blacks in the final, we do not, simple as that. What we do see is England causing the rugby upset of the decade and sending them home.

Webb Ellis number 2 for England – The final – England vs South Africa – anybody’s game!

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