Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been consistently pointing to May 5th as the date for the next big eclipse-related ritual. Why? It has everything to do with the duration between that date and the two Great American total solar eclipses.
May 5th was 71 months, 3 days before the April 2024 eclipse
And it was 257 days after the August 2017 eclipse
The date May 5th is written 5/5. The 55th prime number is 257
The earthquake measured 6.9 on the Richter scale. Intriguingly, Hawaii became a state on August 21st, the same date as last year’s eclipse, meaning it was also 257 days after their state’s anniversary.
This date is also very special to Hawaii Governor David Ige
The earthquake was 155 days after the anniversary of when he took office:
And it was 15 weeks, 5 days after his birthday:
Including the end date, these numbers reflect 156
Back in January, Hawaii made national headlines when it was believed North Korea had fired a nuclear missile their way. That incident occurred on the date January 13th, written in the U.S. as 1/13. Measuring from that date to the earthquake:
113 is the mainstream’s favorite number of deception.
Governor Ige had been in office for 3 years, 43 days on this date:
“Hawaii” = 33 (R) | 111 (RO)
“Missiles” = 33 (R) | 111 (RO)
David Ige was a span of 111 days after his birthday on 5/5
The false alarm was sent to residents at 8:08 in the morning
The 88th prime number is 457
I wonder if our language is giving us a hint about the relationship of an earthquake and a volcano
About a month ago, we got news of Tiangong-1 falling to earth on the same date I predicted an eclipse-related ritual. The parallels between a solar eclipse and a space station burning up in the atmosphere are simple to see. Likewise, this time, we get lava and fire on the ground.
In my work on both Pujols’ 3,000th hit and the Kentucky Derby, I suggested maybe this ritual was just played out through sports. But this just struck me today: as the rest of the world had already flipped their calendars to 5/5, the state of Hawaii experienced an earthquake that led to various lava eruptions.