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Bronco Super Bowl Angels

Denver Defense Wins Super Bowl

Bronco Super Bowl Angels

Bronco Super Bowl Angels

February 7 (Day 38, Dying in Wilderness):  In a battle of the defenses the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24 - 10 in Super Bowl 50.  The first touchdown was scored by the Denver defense when Von Miller (58) stripped the ball from quarterback Cam Newton and Malik Jackson (97) recovered it in the end zone.  The Broncos defense effectively shut down the Panther offense, and NFL MVP Cam Newton was totally demoralized.  The Panther defense was also good, however, and shut down the Bronco offense.

The Panthers' doom was sealed in the last 5 minutes of the fourth quarter when Von Miller stripped the ball from Cam Newton, and T. J. Ward (43) recovered on the Panther 4 yard line.  Denver's C. J. Anderson (22) ran for a touchdown, and Peyton Manning (18) passed for the 2-point conversion.

The game was a battle of the defenses with fumbles, turnovers, interceptions, and penalties dominating.  For example, T. J. Ward (Denver, 43) intercepted a pass, then fell flat on his face on the wide open field, got up, was hit, fumbled, and Denver recovered.  After every outstanding play, for which the players deserve credit, they didn't miss an opportunity to show off.

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The Super Bowl is a circus, but this one was very unusual and boring for those looking for entertainment.  However, the key to understanding the twists and turns was the influence of the angels.  Throughout the game, a storm off the coast of North Carolina formed the image of a bronco (horse).  The bronco was formed from the weather elephant that had moved through Florida and then rolled up the East coast as a horse like Hurricane Alex.

Charlotte, NC is the home of the Carolina Panthers.  The storm pounding the East coast of North Carolina symbolized a defensive block of the Panther offense.  The storm was formed by the weather angels, and angels were behind the shenanigans in the Super Bowl game.  The angels were invisible, but they interfered with the players to cause the fumbles, dropped passes, and penalties.  There were Elect and Fallen Angels involved, but the outcome of the game was determined by the Sovereign Design of God.

The storm off North Carolina had over 100 mph winds, and a Royal Caribbean Cruise ship traveling from New Jersey to the Bahamas was damaged in the storm.  The passengers spent a miserable night confined to their cabins as tables were upset in the dining rooms.  The ship was diverted to Cape Canaveral the next day but diverted back to New Jersey before arriving.

Super Bowl 50 was played at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, California on February 7, 2016, Day 38, where the numbers mean:  50 the Church, 7 categorical punishment, 2016 sanctification, 38 dying in the wilderness.  Satan Clara means saint clear, where clear corresponds to sanctification.  The color for sanctification is white, which was the color of the jerseys of the winning Denver Broncos.


Super Bowl ChartThe Chart at the time of the end of the Super Bowl contained a Skull and a Stellium.  A Skull is a morbid symbol of death at the hands of Satan, who has the power of death with God's permission.  Denver quarterback, Peyton Manning is 39, for the Sin Leading to Death.  He is the oldest quarterback to play in the Super Bowl and may likely retire after this.  After the game he said he would offer a prayer of thanks to the "man upstairs."  Humanizing God is blasphemy and doctrine of demons.

A Stellium of three planets was in conjunction with the Bottom of Heaven in Sagittarius.   The three planets were:  The Last Adam, the Savior, and Morning Star.  The first planet, the last, and the Morning Star symbolize Jesus Christ as the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end (Rev 1:8; 21:6; 22:13), and the Morning Star (Rev 22:16).  The conjunction with the Bottom of Heaven symbolizes the destruction of the world at the Second Advent.  The conjunction of the Savior and Morning Star correspond to the #1 and #2 NFL draft picks in 2011, Cam Newton (Carolina) and Von Miller (Denver).

The Sun and New Moon were in Capricornus, for the glory of the Gentiles and a Gentile audience.  The Super Bowl circus is played to a Gentile audience.  The many penalties in the game were a sign of lawlessness.  And the darkness of the Moon meant that most fans were unresponsive and bored.

Midheaven was in Gemini, for the double blessing, corresponding to California, where the Super Bowl was played.

The Ascendant was in Virgo with the Almighty God Planet on the cusp of Virgo in Leo rising.  The Almighty God Planet in Leo symbolizes a Sovereign ruler, like Jesus Christ at the Second Advent.

The Mediator Planet was on the Descendant in Pisces for a pastor or priest.   This corresponds to the meaning of the storm off North Carolina.  The storm (like a tropical storm) symbolized rejection of the Grace message of the pastor by the local congregation.

The Redeemer Planet in Aquarius symbolized being redeemed from the sea, corresponding to the cruise ship that survived the storm off North Carolina.

All of the planets were on the bottom dark side of the Chart except the Almighty God and the Mediator, which was setting on the Descendant.  This symbolized Cam Newton's last stand.  The Almighty God in Leo corresponded to Cam Newton, the 6' 5" NFL MVP from North Carolina.  The planets on the dark side symbolized the Denver defense.  Von Miller snatched victory from Cam Newton's hand early in the game, and Malik Jackson (97) recovered the fumble in the end zone beside his teammate.  Malik means king, and 97 symbolizes a Reduction in Force (RIF) (or demotion).  This was the play (by the angels) that robbed Cam Newton and the Panthers of their worldly glory and revealed the battle plan for the rest of the night.

After the game Cam Newton when interviewed by the press had nothing to say in his defense.  That was the meaning of the Mediator Planet on the Descendant in Pisces.  Newton was born in Atlanta, Georgia in the region of Pisces.  Malik Jackson was born in Los Angeles, California.  Gemini was in Midheaven, for glory in California.  Newton, who was like the Almighty (Isa 14:14), had fallen to Earth with nothing to say in his defense.


Super Bowl 50 was a battle of defenses in which the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers.  The weather angels symbolized the defensive opposition with a storm in the form of a bronco off North Carolina.  The storm symbolized angelic support of the Bronco defense.  The game was shaped by the angels, who were invisible.  The weird things that happened were clues of their presence.

A Royal Caribbean Cruise ship that sailed through the North Carolina storm was damaged.  The cruise ship symbolized the luxurious Prostitute of Babylon, who sits on many waters (Rev 17:1), and confused Christians (Eph 4:14).  The ship was diverted to Cape Canaveral, Florida, corresponding to the Redeemer Planet in Aquarius, for being redeemed from the sea.  Before arriving in Florida, however, the ship returned to New Jersey.  The antics with the ship were played out in the Super Bowl with fumbles, turnovers, and interceptions.  All this corresponds to the Santa Clara mission, which was founded in 1777, where 777 stands for going off on a tangent.  The Super Bowl circus was under the influence of the Prostitute of Babylon.  Those who went to the Super Bowl to see a show, returned home without being entertained.  They witnessed the defeat and demoralization of a hero quaterback rising star and a team of stars who fell into the jaws of defeat under angelic pressure.

The Denver Broncos with white jerseys, for sanctification, won the game in Santa Clara, California.  Clara means clear, corresponding to sanctification, the meaning of the year 2016.  At the end of the game Midheaven was in Gemini, corresponding to California.


1.  "Defense leads Broncos to Super Bowl win," Los Angeles Times, Feb. 8, 2016.
2.  "Cruise ship drama off Southeast Coast," CBS News, Feb. 8, 2016.

Released February 8, 2016 - Revised Feb. 9, 2016

Author:  Larry Wood