Wednesday, December 21, 2016

19 32 33 99 | The December 20, 2016 & September 15, 2005 Tultepec, Mexico firework stand explosions



The blast happened on December 20, the southern neighbor of Mexico.

12/20 = 12+20 = 32; America = 32; 7/4/1776 = 32; College = 32; Career = 32; Average = 32

Perhaps the U.S. is allowed to conduct it's military drills on Mexican people with the growing NWO.

I'm left with only one question.

Will the number of dead reach 33?

Mexico = 33; Mexican = 33; Americas = 33; Masonry = 33; Secrecy = 33

Let us never forget, the American-Mexican war ended on February 2, the 33rd day of the year.


Notice the initials of the location, TM, like trademark.

TM = 20+13 = 33

The coordinates of  Tultepec are the 19th Parallel North, the 99th Meridian West.

Thirteen= 99; The United States of America= 99/117 (Central Intelligence Agency=117)(CIA=13)

The name 'Tultepec' has gematria of '102' as well.  Tultepec = 30/102

United States of America = 84/102; Key of David = 102


Chaos = 19


They probably just cleared some more real estate for the next Amazon Marketplace warehouse.


"At least 32...." on 12/20.


I wish I could make out the name on the street sign.


Here 31, other places at least 32?

Notice it is Sara Sidner reporting.  Sidner = 33/42/69


Let us quickly look at the September 15, 2005 blast.

9/15/2005 = 9+15+20+05 = 49
9/15/2005 = 9+15+(2+0+0+5) = 31
9/15/2005 = 9+1+5+2+0+0+5 = 22
9/15/05 = 9+15+05 = 29

Notice that September 15, leaves 107-days left in the year.  Think Military.


Mason = 17; God = 17

From September 15 to December 20 is 96-days, the 'Freemason' number.



The date numerology of this incident from 2005 connects to the numbers being reported dead at the moment.  Notice the '31' and '29'.

31 is the 11th prime
29 = 2+9 = 11




Notice the blast was at 13:45 military time.

Thirteen = 45/99... 13:45

That's also when the hands are on the 1 and 9.  Chaos = 19


http://www.firehouse.com/news/10500907/fire-destroys-mexican-fireworks-market-on-independence-day










http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/21/americas/mexico-fireworks-market-explosion/index.html


https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2449659/mexico-fireworks-explosion-tultepec-killed/