The TV show Revolution, the Valentine’s Day power outages & what’s to come
Notice, the second season of Revolution was filmed in Austin, Texas, which is where the source of the Valentine’s Day power outage was in Texas, on the day we had circled a month in advance, and in an event we saw coming many years in advance. On that matter, read my very first post on my original blog, freetofindtruth.
Notice how ‘Revolution’ fits in with the ongoing 151 coding in ‘The Great Reset’ agenda.
Read more about the Valentine’s power outage here, here, here, and the prediction here.
The first season ran from September 17, 2012, or 17/9, like 179, to June 3, 2013, ending 37 weeks later. Notice how that connects with the event in the show known as ‘The Blackout’.
As you can see, that is also 259 days, and the second season released on September 25, or 25/9, like 259. Keep in mind the Public Enemy album, which was synced with the Valentine’s Day Blackout, What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down released on September 25, 2020, by the numbers.
The second season ran a span of 239 days, the 52nd prime number.
The logo for Revolution features a power button, on, off… great reset…
And notice this event happened after executive producer Bryan Burk turned 52 years old, December 30, 2020.
As for the total span of days between the two season, it was 612 days, reminding of Revelation 6:12, which speaks of darkness.
Read Revelation 6, about the breaking of the seals, and death being unleashed on the earth.
From the debut episode of Revolution, to the Valentine’s Day blackouts, were 439 weeks, and 439 is the 85th prime, connecting to ‘blackout’.
439, 85th prime
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