The weather on Valentine’s was not the work of mother nature, it was the work of the military, which has acknowledged its control of the weather as far back as 1952. For more information on this subject, please read this post from week before Valentine’s Day.
As identified in that post, “46” was the number, and out of all the places that experienced extreme weather on Valentine’s Day, ‘Houston, Texas’ got it the worst, a 46 city, with temperatures getting down into the single digits in a place that is used to 50 degree weather in the winter. On top of that, they had the power cut on them.
Again, the ‘Great Reset’ and “darkest winter” are synced with Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum. Not by accident, Valentine’s Day was 46 weeks after Schwab’s 82nd birthday.
And notice how ‘cold’ went with Valentine’s Day.
And it is ERCOT out of Austin that controls the power for Texas, and as we know, Austin is Jesuit town.
Notice how ERCOT sums to 74 as well, like ‘energy’.
And notice how The Electric Reliability Council of Texas equates with What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down, the predictive programming album from Public Enemy.
Read about the release of the album 142 days before Valentine’s Day, 14/2…
Ad maiorem Dei gloriam is a Jesuit motto.
And as the power goes out in Houston, JJ Watt and DeShaun Watson are thinking about leaving town…
Read about the millions without power on Valentine’s Day.