Soccer World Cup winner is predestined

June 14, 2006

This is an interesting piece giving the numerological basis for determining the winner of the FIFA World Cup.

Brazil won the World Cup in 1994. Before that, it had won the title for the last time in 1970. If you add up, 1970 + 1994 = 3964.

Argentina won the World Cup for the last time in 1986. Before that in 1978. And 1978 + 1986 = 3964.

Germany won the World Cup in 1990. Before that, it had won in 1974. Look: 1990 + 1974 = 3964.

Using 3964 as the base figure, let’s see who won the World Cup in 2002: 3964 – 2002 = 1962. Since Brazil won the World Cup in 1962, it was the winner in 2002.

So, who will be the winner of the 2006 World Cup? Let’s see, 3964 – 2006 = 1958. And who won in 1958? Who else but BRAZIL.

Going by this logic, INDIA also has reason to rejoice, as we will surely win the Soccer World Cup to be held in the year 3964. It is simple arithmetic: 0 + 3964 = 3964

7 Responses to “Soccer World Cup winner is predestined”

  1. Gangadhar Says:

    Wow..that’s an interesting post,RK..

    ha ha..lolzz @3964…

  2. Suma Says:

    Amazing!

  3. RK Says:

    Gangadhar: But another amazing thing is that 3964 failed in 1998. 1966 + 1998 = 3964. England won in 1966 and France in 1998! howzzat?

    Suma: Truly!

  4. vidya Says:

    Really interesting bit of information! Thanks šŸ™‚

  5. RK Says:

    Vidya: Happy you liked it.


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