Nicole (12 Feb 2011)
"Concepion, Chile Earthquake, Still a Clue??"
I was still thinking about the Concepion, Chile earthquake on 2/27/2010
and I still have to wonder if it is a clue. Possibly it
could be, unless the month of March 2011 passes. But I find
something truly interesting and wonder if it plays into the puzzle at
The longest recorded EVER pregnancy was a woman in 1945. The
pregnancy was calculated at 53 weeks and 4 days - Mrs. Beulah Hunter,
had been pregnant 375 days. They say that her baby was born
a week before March 5th 1945, when the TIME article had been
written...so that possibly had her baby born around February 27th
1945. I cannot help but wonder? We shall know
if the Concepion earthquake was something we should have been tracking
if March comes and goes without a rapture. The
article says that there was a cessation of growth and that the
development of the baby was delayed and the fetal heartbeat was two
months later than normal. Hmm, has the development of the
Bride been delayed and therefore we haven't been raptured yet?
If we are looking from 2/27/2010, then 53 weeks is March 5th 2011
exactly! And when I look up the date on the scientific
creation calendar which is based off exact lunar positions the last day
of the year falls on 3/5/2011 with their Nisan 1 being March 6th.
(FYI: The torahcalendar.com is not the one the Rabbi's use,
they use chabad.org and the discrepancy with these two calendars is the
scientific says the leap year month is at the end of 2011 and the
rabbinical says ADAR II for 2010).