Observations

 

The eclipse leaves the USA at South Carolina, returning to the USA seven years later.

I was reading some interesting facts about this eclipse that is about to go across America on Monday and it’s interesting that it will be on moon-day, also. The way it will move across America almost looks like a line of division, right? Just like a north versus a south line. Like Yah drawing a line with His finger. The (full) eclipse begins around Newport, Oregon and ends around Charleston, South Carolina, my home. Did y’all know that the Civil War began in Fort Sumter, South Carolina? Fort Sumter is in the downtown area of Charleston and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. I also read something interesting about the state of Oregon. Have you ever heard of sundown towns? A town where “blacks” (coughs, pardon me) had to be out by sundown or risk getting lynched. Well, it seems that the WHOLE state of Oregon banned any blacks from living there or risk being whipped to death. The ban was not lifted until around 1901 but blacks did not start migrating there until around 1926. However, even then blacks had to pay higher taxes, of about $5 to live there. Ain’t that something? Do you think more division is on the horizon?

https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/science/2017/08/07/solar-eclipse-2017-tourism-bringing-millions-oregon-s-c-544958001

*I saw on the Science Chanel that the eclipse will take 93 minutes to cross America. 9+3=the 12 tribes of Ysrayl. Also, there has not been an eclipse like this in America in 99 years. Nine is the number of judgment as we have learned from the Israylites.  There will also be fighter jets following the eclipse across America…to “study” it they said.

08/23/2017: I saw on the news, that the next full eclipse will be in 2024 or 7 years. That is no coincidence. Seven is one of Yah’s numbers. However, the next time, the eclipse will move east to west, from Maine to Texas. When finished, these two eclipses will have made an “X” pattern across the United States. Yah is using His finger…

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