The significance of Kamala Harris stepping down from the Senate on January 18, 2021, Martin Luther King Jr. Day in light of the Boondocks January 15, 2006 “prediction”
Kamala Harris is stepping down on January 18, 2021, MLK Jr. Day for the year.
This matters because the Boondocks predicted we would get the first black female President in 2020 on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, January 15, 2006, a date with 42 numerology.
1/15/2006 = 1+15+20+06 = 42 *Martin = 42 *181, 42nd prime (18/1 news)
Read about when Kamala Harris discussed her “blackness” on February 11, 2019, the 42nd day of the year.
And notice Boondocks ran 56 episodes, the number of the Jesuits. Also, don’t forget the Electoral College vote for the election was on Kamala’s 56th day of being 56 years old.
Also related, read about the ritual of Kamala Harris being picked at the VP nominee on August 11, 2020 “the 59 date.”
And don’t overlook that the name of the episode, ‘Return of the King’, has that Society of Jesus connection.
*Society of Jesus = 56 *Kamala Harris 56 years old right now
As for who will replace Kamala Harris, it will be Alex Padilla.
Notice, Alex Padilla is 47 years old, and has a March 22, (322) birthday.
*Alex = 42 (18/1, like 181, the 42nd prime)
It’s a span of 64 days to his birthday. *Senate = 64
And in light of him being 47 years old, Kamala was a Senator for exactly 211 weeks, the 47th prime number.
211, 47th prime
Read more about 47 and government here.
And in light of the Boondock’s prediction, don’t forget this bit of predictive programming from Amazon’s 2020 Upload TV show.
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Notice the oprah prediction was for november 8 or 11/8 and this news comes on jan 18 or 1/18
And she was the VP pick on August 11, or 11/8…
In the UK we write the date “18/1”
181 the 42nd prime..
They just punked us with this little piece of 181/vaccine=42 slyness: https://twitter.com/AnthonyCDavison/status/1350621247701446658?s=20
Sorry, just re-read the post and you got the 181/42 thing – half asleep still – my bad