The Final Full Moon Of This Decade On 12/12 At Exactly 12:12 AM Is Precisely 6,666 Days From 9/11
The Final Full Moon Of This Decade On 12/12 At Exactly 12:12 AM Is Precisely 6,666 Days From 9/11 by Michael Snyder for The Economic Collapse Blog
A few days ago, hardly anyone had heard about “the 12/12 warning”, but now the Internet is buzzing with lots of speculation about what it could possibly mean. On December 12th at exactly 12:12 AM eastern time, we witnessed the very last full moon of this entire decade. As I detailed yesterday, there is only a 1 in 691,920 chance that the last full moon of this decade would fall on that exact minute in time. And many have also pointed out that the individual digits of “2019” also add up to a total of 12. You can believe that all of this is just some sort of grand coincidence if you want, but a lot of people out there are really freaking out about this.
What makes this strange confluence of numbers even stranger is the fact that it happened exactly 6,666 days from 9/11.
If you go to timeanddate.com, there is a handy calculator that allows you to instantly calculate the number of days between two specific dates.
Just a little while ago, I typed in 9/11/2001 as the start date and 12/12/19 as the end date, and it gave me a result of precisely 6,666 days.
Isn’t that weird?
And of course two sixes add up to 12, and so adding up the digits in that time span gives us the number 12 two additional times.
As I cautioned yesterday, I don’t know what significance all of this may have. But it is interesting to note that this extremely intriguing confluence of numbers only occurred in the eastern time zone of the United States. And this has happened just as the debate on the articles of impeachment is about to begin in Washington.
Could it be possible that someone is trying to highlight the fact that this is an absolutely critical moment in American history? As the full moon approached, mainstream news sources all over the world ran stories about it. For example, the following comes from the Daily Mail…
The final full moon of the decade will reach its peak in the night sky as the clock strikes 12:12am on 12/12 in the Eastern United States, delighting numerologists.
While only the Eastern United States will have such a notable time and date for the lunar peak, the full moon will be ‘bright and visible’ around the world.
This is a good time of year to watch and possibly photograph the full moon, according to NASA, because it is opposite a low sun.
And needless to say, Twitter was buzzing with plenty of chatter about this very strange full moon.