Saturday, December 8, 2007

The Power & Energy Of Leo Versus 9/11

July 18, 2007 New York City steam explosion at the corner of 41st Street and Lexington Ave.

From Wikipedia:

New York City steam explosion sent a geyser of hot steam up from beneath a busy intersection, with a 40 story high shower of mud and flying debris raining down on the crowded streets of Midtown Manhattan in New York City, New York, United States.[1][2] It was caused by the failure of a Consolidated Edison 24-inch underground steam pipe installed in 1924,[3][4] at 41st Street and Lexington Avenue, near Grand Central Terminal, just before 6 p.m. local time,[3] near the peak of the evening rush hour. The towering cloud of billowing steam, higher than the nearby 1,047 foot (319 meter) tall Chrysler Building,[4] persisted for at least two hours,[5] leaving a crater about 35 feet (10 meters) wide[3] and 15 feet (4 meters) deep.[6]

The escaping steam shook nearby office buildings, causing many occupants to immediately evacuate.[7] A 51 year old New Jersey woman,[8] who worked a block from the site died of a heart attack suffered while fleeing the disaster area.[9] 45 people were injured,[10] with two injured critically.[11][6] The most seriously injured victims were a 23-year-old tow truck driver from Brooklyn, who was scalded over 80 percent of his body by the 400 °F (200 °C) steam, and had to be put in a medically induced coma,[8] and his passenger, a 30-year-old mother of two, who was being driven back to Brooklyn after her car broke down.[12] A witness reported that the tow truck was lifted 12 feet (4 meters) by the escaping steam, higher than a nearby city bus.[8]

Initial fears that the cause was terrorist related were quickly allayed by statements by mayor Michael Bloomberg and other officials shortly after the event.[11]

According to the New York Times, "Con Edison, which maintains the steam pipes beneath the city’s streets, said the pipe ruptured at 5:56 p.m. Kevin Burke, the chairman of Con Edison, said crews had checked the pipe after the thunderstorm that soaked the city in the morning. He said a heavy rain can cause a “vapor condition” if rainwater seeps onto a steam pipe, causing the steam to condense. He said the inspection earlier in the day had given no indication that anything was amiss."

Blogger, Ian Jenkins, reported "today at approximately 5:55 PM (According to possible press rumors). According to more rumors, a steam pipe ruptured, causing a transformer to explode beneath the ground."

5:55 and 5:56 are key/critical/core numerical values when it comes to the Divine Providence and order. First, 555 corresponds to the english word "New". Second, 5:55 am is the advent of the Leo (356th) minute of each New (555) Day. So at 5:56 am there have been exactly Leo (356) minutes elapsed in the day.


1) The steampipe explosion that took place on July 18, 2007 was EXACTLY 2136 days from September 11, 2001.

2) 2136 is EXACTLY 89 days from 2047.

3) 89 is the prime of Leo (356) = 89 prime X 4

4) 2136 = 89 prime of Leo (356) X 24 which is ONE (1) cycle of 89 "Prime of Leo (356) days from 2047 which was the end of the 23rd "I Am" cycle of 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" years. 23 corresponds to I (9) Am (14) = 23 prime which was/is the Lord's original name and title given to Moses on Mt. Sinai - ie. "I Am...the Lord thy God..." Exodus 20:2.

5) July 18, 2007 is EXACTLY 24 days from August 11th, the Divine Birthdate of our Lord who was born in 6 BC. The sun rises at 5:55 am on August 11th, the Divine birthdate here in American at the 41st latitude north - eg. Chicago.

Looking at the ‘Extraordinary’ Steam-Blast Pipe - New York Times article 8/23/07

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