September 28, 2020, the 102nd anniversary of the “second wave” of Spanish Flu

Coronavirus History News

Notice that the Liberty Loan parade was blamed for the Spanish Flu outbreak in Philadelphia, September 28, 1918. That is the day leaving 94 days left in the year, and there are many parallels between the coronavirus outbreak, and the Spanish Flu outbreak of 102 years earlier.

Social Distancing = 102 *Wuhan, Coronavirus = 102

Keep in mind, September 28 will be 201 days after the pandemic was declared, March 11, 2020. Of course, Event 201 was the coronavirus outbreak simulation, where 65 million peopled were simulated dying.

The name ‘Liberty Loan’ sums to 65, the same as ‘pandemic’.

Most historians trace the Spanish Flu to a military base in ‘Kansas’.

The term ‘second wave’ sums to 666, just like ‘vaccination’.


  1. KingNeptune347 on September 2, 2020 at 4:59 pm

    Check out the excerpt from this article’s title:
    “The 1918 flu is still with us” = 102 (reduction)

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