On Sunday 13th October, will Japan’s Brave Blossoms make history?

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is moving swiftly toward the knock-out rounds and a burning question every rugby mad person is wanting answered is will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal? As the host nation it would be a dream come true! They hammered Russia in their opening game then went on to beat Ireland the IRB’s 2nd ranked side and then they dispatched Samoa with a bonus point! As things stand right now, the Brave Blossoms’ Coach Jamie Joseph and Captain Michael Leitch are on track to make history… To answer the question, will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal we, as done for South Africa, England, Wales, New Zealand, Ireland and Australia will analyse the 365 Pin Code of both the Coach and Captain and see what their numbers have to say.

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125million Japanese are now fully behind the Brave Blossoms

Brave Blossoms rugby coach Jamie Joseph says the 125 million Japanese now have such high expectations of his rugby side that it’s “silly”. Japan stand on the cusp of making their first Rugby World Cup quarterfinal, after wins over Russia, Ireland in a massive upset, and Samoa. Only the Bravehearts of Scotland stand in the way, but the Brave Blossoms are in control of their own destiny. Japan claimed a potentially crucial bonus point four minutes into additional time in a nerve-shredding 38-19 win over Samoa on Saturday.

While a quarterfinal berth would make it party time in Japan, Kiwi-born coach Jamie Joseph called for a reality check. “I’ve got to put everybody straight. We’ve got a really awesome opportunity to do something that’s not been done before,” he said. “No one thought we could beat Ireland and now they think we can win every game we play. That’s how silly it is.”

Japan won their pool game against South Africa at the 2015 World Cup but missed out on the quarter-finals – to Scotland. Scotland and Japan meet in the final pool play game, in a game that will evoke a crescendo of interest worldwide. Win that, and they go on to play either the All Blacks or South Africa. “Scotland are a very, very good team, with a lot of experience and a lot of X factor,” Joseph said.

“We saw how clinical they were beating Samoa last week. The game (qualification) was always going to come down to the final match if we did our job, and it’s building up to be a real ripper. I can’t wait, the players can’t wait.”

Right, let’s get stuck into the Brave Blossoms’ coach and captain’s 365 Pin Codes to answer the question: Will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal?

365 Pin Code Numerology Profile Brave Blossoms Head Coach Jamie Joseph born 21.11.1969

James Whitinui Joseph (born 21 November 1969) is a New Zealand-born former rugby union player and current rugby union coach. A flanker, Joseph represented Otago at a provincial level, and was a member of the New Zealand national side, the All Blacks, from 1992 to 1995, before representing Japan in 1999. Joseph, now head coach of the Japanese national side, has coached since his retirement, coming through the ranks in New Zealand before his first national stint.

In 1992, Joseph was quickly promoted to the All Black trials and gained a place in the centenary series. On 22 April 1992, Joseph made his All Blacks international debut against a World XV side off the bench. Later that year, he started his first test, playing at 6 against Ireland. He remained as a regular started for the All Blacks and was part of the 1995 Rugby World Cup squad that famously lost to South Africa in the final. After the World Cup, Joseph moved to Japan where he played for Fukuoka Sanix Blues. He played for the newly formed side for six years, which saw him be selected for the Japanese national side ahead of the 1999 Rugby World Cup. He made his debut on 1 May 1999 against Canada in Tokyo.

365 Pin Code Numerology Birth Chart for James Whitinui Joseph born 21.11.1969

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The significant birth chart numbers in play RWC2019 wise for Jamie Joseph are:

A Number 3 Life Path (TKS-LFP; see the 3 circled in red).

A Number 6 (15//6) Shadow / Emotional Life Path (TSS-LFP; see the 6 circled in black)

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

A Number 8 Shadow / Emotional Professional / Career Attainment Number (TSSPR; see the 8 circled in grey, bottom right with pink arrow pointing toward it) – this number 8 (success, power, authority, legacy et.), as you will learn shortly, is playing a hugely significant role in his 2019 365 Pin Code.

A Number 3 Personal Number (Birth DD 21st; 21 = 2+1 = 3)

A Number 7 World / Career Number (Birth YY 1969 = 1+9+6+9 = 25 = 2+5 = 7) – this number also has tremendous significance in his 2019 365 Pin Code.

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

The full birth name James [21//3] Whitinui [50//5] Joseph [28//1] totals 90, which reduces (90 = 9+0 = 9) down to the Number 9, his Primary Expression Number.

His initials JWJ total 7 (J=1+W=5+J=1 = 1+5+1 = 7) and so the Number 7 is his Primary Balance Number.

His full birth name has all the numbers (i.e. 1 through 9) present, therefore he has no immediately identifiable Karmic / Key Life Lesson. As such, his subconscious self will naturally desire to align itself with the Number 9 Energy (forgiveness, universal love, humanity, philanthropy etc.).

365 Pin Code Numerology 4D Quadratic View (Year-On-Year Lines of Data) for Jamie Joseph born 21.11.1969

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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.

Jamie Joseph on why what you focus on subconsciously, you get!

Let’s take a look at the 2019 line of code for Brave Blossoms Head Coach Jamie Joseph born 21.11.1969

2019[YEAR]-8-8-8(17)-7-7-50[AGE]-4-4-8(17)-11//2-11; in Jamie Joseph’s 2019 365 Pin Code data string the numbers 8, 7, 4 and 11 appear. Every single one of these numbers appears in his 365 Pin Code Birth Chart. He has a Number 8 Energy Shadow / Emotional Professional Attainment Number (TSSPR), a Number 7 Energy World / Career Number, a Number 4 Energy Shadow / Emotional Personal Attainment Number (TSSPE) and he’s Birth MM is November, which is an 11 – more correctly reflected as Master Number 11 Energy. Bottom line – this man’s 2019 365 Pin Code is RED-HOT – and 2019 was always coded to be a year which would bring him tremendous success – that’s why his 2019 Experience Number is coded as being the Number 8 (reflected as bold italicised 8//17 in the above large line of code!). Given this, with the captain’s numbers still to be analysed, the first piece of the numbers only rugby puzzle we’re solving around Will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal, is a resounding yes!

365 Pin Code Numerology Profile Japan’s Brave Blossoms Captain Michael Geoffrey Leitch born 07.10.1988

Leitch was born in Burwood, Christchurch, New Zealand, to a European New Zealander father and a Fijian mother. He was raised in Christchurch where he attended St Bede’s College. In 2004, at the age of 15, he went to Sapporo Yamanote High School in Sapporo, Japan, as part of St Bede’s school exchange program. After finishing school, he attended Tokai University and in 2008 captained the Japan national under-20 rugby union team at the Junior World Championship. He became a Japanese citizen in 2013 and officially inverted his name in Japanese from Michael Leitch to Leitch Michael.

He made his test match debut for the Japan national rugby union team in 2008 against the United States team in Nagoya aged 20. He quickly established himself as a regular member of the national side. He impressed in the 2011 Rugby World Cup and was praised as one of Japan’s best forwards, winning ‘man of the match’ in the loss to Tonga, where he scored a try and made a try-saving tackle on Siale Piutau.

He moved back to New Zealand after being named in the Hamilton-based Chiefs wider training squad for 2013 but was denied the chance to play after breaking an arm. In his first match back from injury, playing for Japan against Fiji in June, he broke a leg. He got a second chance with the Chiefs, signing a contract with the side for the 2015 Super Rugby season. He was appointed Japan captain by coach Eddie Jones in April 2014, becoming the second New Zealand-born player to lead the Brave Blossoms after Andrew McCormick in the 1990s. For the 2018 season, Leitch moved to the Sunwolves, the Japanese Super Rugby team.

He is the current captain of the Japan national rugby side and led them to “the biggest shock in Rugby World Cup history” as part of the team that defeated two-time champions South Africa in 2015. Japan achieved a similar feat under Leitch’s leadership in the 2019 World Cup as hosts, when they beat Ireland, ranked second in the world at that time, 19-12.

Let’s continue with analysing Leitch’s numbers in order to thoroughly answer the question, Will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal?

365 Pin Code Numerology Birth Chart for Micheal Leitch born 07.10.1988

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The significant birth chart numbers in play RWC2019 wise for Michael Leitch are:

A Number 7 Life Path (TKS-LFP; see the 7 circled in red).

A Master Number 11 (11//2) Shadow / Emotional Life Path (TSS-LFP; see the 2 circled in black with the 11 underneath) – this number also plays a very significant role in his 2019 365 Pin Code.

A Number 6 Professional / Career Attainment Number (TKSPR; see the 6 circled in yellow, top right with the pink arrow pointing toward it) – this number plays a hugely significant role in his 2019 365 Pin Code.

A Number 3 Shadow / Emotional Professional / Career Attainment Number (TSSPR; see the 3 circled in grey, bottom right.

A Number 7 Personal Number (Birth DD 7th; 7 = 7).

A Number 8 World / Career Number (Birth YY 1988 = 1+9+8+8 = 26 = 2+6 = 8).

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

The full birth name Michael [33//6] Geoffrey [51//6] Leitch [30//3] totals 114, which reduces (114 = 1+1+4 = 6) down to the Number 6, his Primary Expression Number – again, this number plays a massively significant role in his 2019 365 Pin Code.

His initials MGL total 14//5 (M=4+G=7+L=3 = 4+7+3 = 14 = 1+4 = 5) and so the Number 5 is his Primary Balance Number.

His full birth name has all the numbers (i.e. 1 through 9) present, therefore he has no immediately identifiable Karmic / Key Life Lesson. As such, his subconscious self will naturally desire to align itself with the Number 9 Energy (forgiveness, universal love, humanity, philanthropy etc.). Note: the RWC2019 Japanese Coach, Jamie Joseph also has a subconscious self number 9.

365 Pin Code Numerology 4D Quadratic View (Year-On-Year Lines of Data) for Michael Geoffrey Leitch born 07.10.1988

Let’s take a look at the 2019 line of code for Brave Blossoms Captain Michael Leitch born 07.10.1988

2019[YEAR]-11-11//2-6(15)-4-4-31[AGE]-9-9-6(17)-6-6; in Michael Leitch’s 2019 365 Pin Code data string the numbers 11, 6, 4 and 9 appear. Two of these numbers are significantly coded into his Birth Chart and his full birth name. That tells a very powerful story! The Number 6 Energy is coded as his Experience Number for 2019, that’s why it is bold italicised in the above large number data string. How we know that this codes him for great success in 2019 is because he has the Number 6 [15//6] as his Professional Attainment Number and as his Primary Expression Number.

When the Expression Number and Experience Number align, magic happens!

And if you want to know about the importance of the Expression Number and Experience Number aligning, ask Kitch Christie who coached the 1995 Springboks to RWC victory and Jake White who coached the 2007 Springboks to RWC victory! Then, Michael Leitch also has the master number 11 in play and this synchronises with his Shadow / Emotional Life Path Number. What does all this tell us? 2019 is powerfully coded to be an incredible year for him professionally, so much so that it has emotional life path impact, which, to an applied numerologist, is simply massive!

Will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal?

Given the 2019 365 Pin Code Numerology of Jamie Joseph and Michael Leitch, will Japan make their first ever RWC quarterfinal — the answer is …. a resounding yes.

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