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A few weeks ago I wrote about the two solar eclipses, seven years apart, whose trajectories are forming a cross at Carbondale, Illinois.
The first eclipse occurred on August 21, 2017. The second eclipse will occur on April 8, 2024.
Oddly enough, the midpoint between these two eclipses is December 14, 2020, when a third solar eclipse will be visible in southern Chile and Argentina.
There are 2422 days between the two main eclipses, and the midpoint is 1212 days from 2017. I don’t know if the numbers mean anything, but 24 is the number of priesthood, 22 is the number of the sons of light, and 12 is the number of divine government.
In this contentious and controversial election year, the Electoral College is scheduled to meet on December 14, 2020 to elect our president for the next four years. (No, there is no president-elect yet here in America. States are still in the process of certifying the results of the balloting.)
The fact that December 14 is 1212 days from the eclipse in 2017 may suggest something to do with government.
Perhaps we will see some sort of event on that date in addition to the sign itself.