Pedestrian Bridge Collapse @ Florida Int’l University
Today’s big story comes from Florida International University, where a pedestrian bridge has collapsed on March 15th, the 74th day of the year.
They’re saying the bridge is 950 tons:
Today is March 15th, written 3/15 here in the States
This date is known as “The Ides of March.” The date was first made famous in Shakespeare works, referring to the day on which Julius Caesar was killed in 44 B.C.
In Hebrew, the word for “Kill” has gematria of 244
March 15th is the 74th day of the year
Today has numerology of 36
FIU is located in Miami
This might be eerie to sum – this date falls 8 weeks, 1 day before May 11th, which is a date some people are throwing around for an incident with the Golden Gate Bridge. Remember how in Minnesota back in 2007, an 81-foot high bridge collapsed on 8/1.
Today is the first day of the main NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket. This year, the Florida International University Men’s Basketball team went 8-10 in conference play, a lot like 81. Also interesting that their final game ended with 137 points, the 33rd prime number.
In Chaldean numerology, “pedestrian bridge collapse” sums to 88
In Francis Bacon gematria, FIU sums to the 88th prime number, 457
CNN is reporting this bridge was constructed using a “modular construction method”
113 is the number of mainstream deception
It’s always the authorities giving you the bullshit.
Uh-oh. Does this have something to do with the Great American total solar eclipse?
Measuring back to that date:
This also equates to:
(CNN also had this story about a $206m pitcher right underneath this)
For some reason, the Mayor, Carlos Gimenez, is the Mayor of the entire county, not just the city of Miami. Even more mysterious, he’s in China “on business” right now. What the hell kind of business does a mayor have in a foreign country?
Measuring to the anniversary of the date Gimenez took office: