Mormon church President Thomas Monson died at 12:01 a.m. EST January 3, 2018, fifteen years to the minute after a certain small earthquake shook Salt Lake City Utah at 12:02 a.m. EST January 3, 2003.
"At 10:02 p.m. Thursday the ground started to shake in an area two miles northwest of Huntsville..."
"In a statement, church spokesman Eric Hawkins wrote that Monson died at 10:01 p.m. in his home in Salt Lake City surrounded by family..."
Now, I've been fascinated with that earthquake for years, with the timing and location of it I mean.
Midnight January 2-3, 4 B.C. is when the Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary and Jesus was born 267 days later, sometime after sundown Friday September 26, 4 B.C.
And Friday January 3, 2003 just happens to be the same in the 260-day count as Monday December 30, 5 B.C. (Monday January 1, 4 B.C. in the Julian Calendar), when the Annunciation took place at around noon.
Friday January 3, 2003 is 63,420 days (151 times 420) after Friday May 15, 1829 when John the Baptist is claimed to have visited Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery, bestowed the ancient Israelite priesthood and advised the two baptize each other in a river nearby, thus launching the "Mormon" religion.
Today January 4, 2018 is 68,900 days (265 times 260) since May 15, 1829, when Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery were baptized. And today is 1990 years since Tuesday January 4, 28 A.D. when Jesus was baptized in the River Jordan (January 6 in the Julian Calendar).
I expect something interesting may happen 48 hours after Thomas Monson died, that would be 12:01 a.m. EST midnight tonight January 4-5, 2018.
This afternoon is 241.5 years since the U.S. was born Thursday afternoon July 4, 1776. That is half of 483 years (69 times 7), a period of time mentioned in the Book of Daniel: "...shall be seven sevens and 62 sevens" (for a total of 69 "weeks").
And the book "History of the Origin of All Things" states that the Heavenly New Jerusalem began to descend to earth on July 4, 1776:
An earthquake in the Holy Land January 3, 1989:
American shootdown of two Libyan warplanes January 4, 1989:
Tonight is 932,932 days (2563 times 364) since the sudden Fall of Babylon to invasion by the Persians and Medes Thursday night September 24-25, 538 B.C.
Tomorrow is 6,006 times 360 days (5940 times 364, 5148 times 420) since the "mythical" birth of Adam (and Eve?) on Friday March 21, 3903 B.C.
Tonight is 17 times 364 days since an historic earthquake near Cleveland Ohio at 10:03 p.m. EST Thursday night January 25, 2001 was followed by a catastrophic earthquake in India at 10:17 p.m. EST that night:
364 days before tomorrow morning, a series of six newsworthy quakes north of Vancouver Island, starting at 10:49 a.m. EST:
Sixty-one times 364 days before Friday January 5, 2018 is Friday March 22, 1957 and the biggest San Francisco earthquake since 1906 hit that day at 2:44 p.m. EST:
A moderate earthquake in Utah April 20, 1991.
An historic earthquake in St. George Utah Monday April 20, 1891 at 8:50 a.m. EST:
Details Of Its Effects In St. George--A Phenomenal Spring
"Quite a sensation was caused this morning, at ten minutes before seven, by a rumbling noise resembling distant thunder, or, as some say, more like a distant train of cars, accompanied by a shaking of the earth, which was felt most severely by those in or near to a building. It shook houses and made windows rattle and caused a queer sensation to pass through the whole human system, some said like that of sea-sickness. Others say the feeling was like that produced by an electric shock. It was a cloudless morning, and yet quite hazy. In fact the whole atmosphere looked as though the sun was in a partial eclipse.
I do not think that the sound of a bugle ever called an army out of bed all at the same instant as this earthquake rustled those out who were engaging in a nap this morning. Some women were seen running out of doors in their night dresses. They were filled with wonder and some degree of fear. Nervous children were seen clinging to their parents, and quite a number of scenes were enacted at one and the same time, in this city. I have not heard of any damage being done. This has been a very curious spring for this climate. Some days quite warm but very cold at nights, and a very hot season generally. Yesterday morning, April 19, we had ice here as thick as common window glass. The apricots are all killed and most of the almonds. The grapes are not far enough advanced to be injured much yet. Pears and apples are not hurt a great deal."
St. George, April 20, 1891
[Deseret Evening News; April 24, 1891]
That 1891 earthquake happened 178 times 260 days ago today.
178 times 104 days ago (and 104 is a prophetic extrapolation of 364 minus 260), another major earthquake in the St. George, Utah region, ten hours after a catastrophic earthquake and Tsunami in Nicaragua.
This big Hawaii earthquake 11:27 p.m. EST June 27, 1962 was 78 times 260 days ago, or 26000 days after the Utah earthquake of April 20, 1891:
"Doctor Hydrogen" turns 70 tomorrow.