Passenger Dies on Southwest Flight After Engine Explosion
A Southwest flight had to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia after an engine explosion. The video in the above link is a clip from CNN that (currently) begins at 12:23 p.m.
This is one day after Philadelphia 76ers legend Hal Green passed away in relation to the Super Bowl victory of the Philadelphia Eagles:
I guess “the Eagle has landed” or something.
The newscaster in the clip even expresses disbelief. He says the passenger was hit by “a bit of shrapnel that flew off from the left part of that engine somehow ended up injuring a passenger on board.”
Exactly. How the hell does shrapnel from the engine injure a passenger? Did it break through the cabin? Apparently the cabin is said to have lost pressure, and it sucked a woman up into the hole. And people used jackets to cover it…no chance.
They’re saying as a result of the engine explosion, “shrapnel hit the window, causing a serious injury.”
33 is a primary hoax code.
It was 303 days after the anniversary of their operations first commencing:
It was 33 days after Southwest’s 51st birthday:
When you write out 33, you get a value of 156
The person who sent out the Tweet that’s being aired on the news everywhere is named Kristopher Johnson, whose Twitter handle is:
The 33rd prime number is 137
His name has both the Krist and the son in his name. Not to mention the Johnson, of course, for the sexual innuendo.
The 156th prime number is 911. The last time somebody died in the United States on a commercial airliner was when one person is said to have been killed on Asiana Airlines Flight 214.
Measuring to this incident from the fourth anniversary of that bad landing in San Francisco:
Amazingly, almost the exact same thing happened to a Southwest Airlines flight in August of 2016. Measuring from the first anniversary of that incident to this one:
Amazing that the NTSB never even named the model of the engine that blew up in 2016…how could that possibly be?!
The Korean Air crash happened on July 6th, the date written 7/6. Although that incident was on U.S. soil, it wasn’t an American airline company. The last time anyone died on an American commercial airliner was in 2009, when Colgan Air Flight 3407 crashed in 2009 on February 12th, the date written 2/12
Measuring from the Colgan Air Crash to today’s explosion:
Today has 59 / 23 numerology:
13 is the other primary hoax code. This headline gives us two roundabout links to 13 in its basic gematria.
The 13th prime number is 41
The 41st prime number is 179
The 13th triangular number is 91
The 91st prime number is 467
“Southwest flight suffers jet engine failure” = 467 (Jewish Ordinal)
There’s relevant gematria in this headline using the Jewish order as well:
257 are reported to have just died in a plane crash in Algeria less than one week ago.
“extraordinarily reliable” = 1321 (Jewish)
1321 is the 216th prime number
216 is 6×6×6
“extraordinarily reliable” = 309 / 309 (ALW & KFW)
“extraordinarily reliable” = 223 (LCH)
“A loud bang. A hole in a window. Fatal accident aboard Southwest is first on a US carrier in almost a decade” = 357 (R) | 411 (SR) | 1407 (RO)
This headline also sums to 5722 (Jewish)