Tuesday, October 4, 2016

33 79 187 | Hurricane Matthew set to hit United States October 7, 2016


Hurricane Matthew = 79/187



Hurricane aims for east coast = 110/137 (137, 33rd prime number)

The hurricane is supposed to make landfall in the United States October 7, 2016.

10/7/16  = 10+7+16 = 33

The qualifying wind speeds for a hurricane are 33 meters per second.


Conspiracy = 51/60/123

http://www.gematrix.org/?word=60

11 comments:

  1. I live in southeastern NC and my local Wal-Mart had absolutely no water or bread left. Mass panic! I cannot stand it..

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    1. You'll be okay, fear sells, that's why they do it.

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    2. Yeah, definitely. I've been through so many hurricanes in my lifetime and they have never been nearly as bad as they promote. I've never stocked on supplies and fed into the scare tactics.

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  4. Hurricane = 97
    Poseidon = 97
    Tsunami = 97
    Tital Wave = 97

    Matthew = 90
    Thunder = 90
    Trident = 90
    Polaris = 90

    The numbers tell quite a story.

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  5. Off topic here, but check out this headline...

    "Putin suspends nuclear pact, raising stakes in row with Washington"

    In Simple Gematria it equals 732. Seems like nothing, right. But 732 + 237 = 969. The speed of Saturn is 9.69 km/s.

    I think there is a lot more to these Saturn rituals than we realize. It's everywhere but not always so obvious.

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  6. Hey Zach it's expected to hit on 10/7
    In the bible matthew 10:7 says the kingdom of heaven has come near.

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  7. in the bible there aren't any hurricanes.. so they made you imagine the fear cometh.. now we have HD TV to show you what to fear.

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    1. There are whirlwinds in the bible. Hurricanes/tornadoes/cyclones pretty much the same thing.

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  8. A hurricane with the same name. Weird?

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