Sunday, May 1, 2016

46 51 | CSX train derails in Northeast D.C., May 1, 2016

CSX?  Northeast D.C.?

Northeast = 5+6+9+2+8+5+1+1+2+4+3 = 46/55
CSX = 3+19+24 = 46

The first thing that comes to mind is the February 16, 2015 CSX train derailment that ended up in a massive fireball in West Virginia.  Read about that here:

That wrecked happened in a span of 441-days earlier, or 63-weeks.

Remember, when you sum 1-63, it totals 2016.  Here we are on May Day, 2016.

Notice below the train was destined for Hamlet, North Carolina, located in the state that just lost the college basketball championship, connected to a train wreck from Philadelphia...  The train had departed from Cumberland, Maryland.

Cumberland = 39/93
Maryland = 34/88
Cumberland, Maryland = 73/181

Hamlet = 23/59
North Carolina = 67/148
Hamlet, North Carolina = 90/207

The wreck occurring at 6:40 am ties in with the '46' coding, which was present in a big way in the last widely reported CSX derailment.

With this happening in Washington D.C., on May 1, it could be propaganda with the political goal of approving more funding for the railways.  After all, most of these staged events and hoaxes are for political narrative put on by the federal government.

Nice tweet time.