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https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/hurricane-teddy-expected-to-hit-atlantic-canada-as-post-tropical-storm-1.5113662

Wednesday, September 23, 2020, is one of the dates we circled on May 7, 2020, when the article was released about “more hurricanes than normal in 2020”. That’s because it was a date with a 52 connection, and in this case, the date actually has two.

The dates we circled were July 25, August 4, August 24, September 3, September 23, and if the season goes long, possibly October 2. So far, every date named that has passed has had a hurricane land.

9/23/20 = 9+23+20 = 52 *Hurricane = 52 *Flood = 52 *Earth = 52

239, the 52nd prime (23/9)

The name Hurricane Teddy also stands out.

The qualifying wind speeds for a hurricane are 74 MPH.

*Hurricane = 74 (Hebrew)

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