# Fukushima Nuclear Disaster of March 11, 2011, 152-days after Naoto Kan’s birthday

Notice the Fukushima nuclear disaster happened in ‘Okuma.’
Okuma = 74
Nuclear = 74
Energy = 74
Weapon = 74
Trinity = 74 (Trinity Test)
-Okuma, Japan = 167
-Trinity Test on 16/7
-Trinity = 47
-Ukraine = 47 (Where Chernobyl happened)
-Okuma = 61
-Nuclear Disaster = 61

The incident happened on the 277th day of the Prime Minister being in office.
277, 59th prime
Okuma, Japan = 59
-Independence Day = 277 / 59
-Think of July 4 earthquake in U.S. *7/4/2019
-He took office on June 8, 2010
-Okuma, Fukushima, Japan = 68
-Nuclear Energy = 68
-Nuclear Weapon = 68

The incident happened 152-days after his birthday.
Fukushima Daiichi = 152

The incident also happened on his 153rd day of his age.
Jesuit Order = 153

At Chernobyl and Fukushima, the problem was Reactor 4.
Naoto Kan = 44
Nuclear War = 44

Military = 44
Earthquake = 44

It happened on March 11.
201 is 311 in base 8 counting
The Jesuit Order = 201
Order of Illuminati = 201
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster = 201

They say 154,000 people were evacuated.
Nuclear War = 154

The top 3 nuclear disasters in history are the Kyshtym disaster, Chernobyl and Fukushima. In the case of the Kyshtym disaster, it occurred September 29, the day leaving 93-days in the year.
Japan = 93
Atomic Bomb = 93
’93 WTC Bombing
-Order of Illuminati = 93 / 201

Kyshtym = 68
Nuclear Energy = 68
Nuclear Weapon = 68

Okuma, Fukushima, Japan = 68
-Japan’s PM took office on June 8, or 6/8
-Mathematics = 68
-Catholicism = 68
-Chernobyl taken over by Russia on February 24, 2022
2/24/2022 = 2+24+20+22 = 68

Keep in mind Kan was born in ’46, like Clinton, George W. Bush, and Donald Trump. And he made a name for himself by admitting to the Japanese government’s fault in the spreading of HIV infected blood. Of course, the first case of HIV in the world was also from the infamous year of 1968. And it is a reminder that a Japanese American from ‘Seattle, Washington’ designed the WTCs that construction began on in ’68.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naoto_Kan