Overweight 10-year-old dies from “Covid” on the Jesuit day, September 27, and it makes national news

Coronavirus Jesuit News Pharmaceutical Tyranny

The 6-hour facebook outage, eh?
Computer = 666
Internet = 666
October = 666

And one day after the 60 minutes interview…. (6)…

And on Zuckerberg’s 144th day of his age?
Mark of the Beast = 144
Jesuit Order = 144

And how about the “healthy” 10-year-old that already has rolls of fat on her face?

Guess what day she died…?

It was September 27, the day the Jesuits were recognized by Rome.

Notice the child’s name was Teresa Sperry.
Teresa Sperry = 155
Coronavirus = 155

The father’s name is Jeff Sperry.
Jeff Sperry = 56
Coronavirus = 56

As for Teresa alone, it has standout gematria of 68 and 94.
*Teresa = 68 / 94
Coronavirus coined in ’68
Coronavirus Pandemic = 94
Seattle, Washington = 68 / 94 (Where it began)
Davos, Switzerland = 68 / 94 (Where the plan is being executed from)

As for the mother, her name is ‘Nicole’, equating to 10/4, and that is what day this news comes. Notice that she narrates the story.

*More Covid propaganda by the numbers, 10-4, over and out.

So what is the moral of this story? Humans can make errors, so get a vaccine from a company of humans that have been sewed more than any other for wrongful death and injury, such as Pfizer?

Anyhow, notice what they do next… making it seem shameful to keep our children out of slave muzzles… and free of the vaccine…

https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/04/us/va-child-death-covid-trnd/index.html

Notice, doing what you’re supposed to = dead child. So here’s my advice. Don’t let your kids become fat and sloppy, and they’ll likely survive “Covid,” as well as many other forms of preventable disease and illness. Also, turn off the TV and definitely CNN.

1 Comment

  1. Dee on October 4, 2021 at 6:22 pm

    News story has missing information. Where did she live. What a mess. Designed to obfuscate and divide
    It’s hard to eradicate a disease only overweight ten year olds die from..

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