1988 Lockerbie Bombing – Jesuit Eclipse Riddle
See my first post on the 1988 Lockerbie air disaster.
The Jesuits were founded just three days before an eclipse from Solar Saros series # 136, which began just hours after 13/6/1360.
That eclipse fell on a date with Primary numerology of 136:
The middle eclipse at the exact midway point of Solar Saros series 136 occurred in 1991.
The Lockerbie crash fell 2 years, 202 days (or 30 months, 3 weeks) before it. The ultimate eclipse number is 1331:
That Eclipse fell on the 192nd day of the year:
The plane officially crashed at 19:02 UTC:
That middle eclipse was actually the second total eclipse to occur after the crash. There was another total eclipse that fell on the 22nd of July, or 22/7, a year earlier. “Total eclipse” = 227 (Hebrew) (translation: “full eclipse”).
My first post also discussed how the terror attacks of 9/11 in 2001 were connected to the terror attack in Lockerbie.
In 2001, the year of the 9/11 attacks, there was a total solar eclipse on the Summer solstice. Pam Am Flight 103 crashed on the Winter solstice.
The 2001 eclipse on the summer solstice belonged to Saros series # 127. Recall how buildings 1, 2, and 7 fell on 9/11. Three months before the Lockerbie disaster, there was an Annular eclipse on 9/11, which fell on a date with Primary numerology of 127:
That 9/11 eclipse happened shortly after midnight, so the date was still actually September 10th when it began, and September 10th was still the date in the western hemisphere.
The 9/11 attacks were exactly 13 years after this eclipse, and 6 years before a partial solar eclipse. 13 is the 6th Prime number.
The first eclipse from Saros 136 after the 1991 middle eclipse fell on July 22nd, 2009, and it went directly over Wuhan, China:
Wuhan is where the coronavirus allegedly originated. The corona of the Sun is only visible during a total eclipse.
The COVID-19 vaccine received its first approval on December 14th, 2020, which was the date of a Total solar eclipse over Argentina that began Lunation 1212.
Argentina is home to the first Jesuit pope, Pope Francis.