Three Days of Darkness Programming

Prior to Three Days of Darkness, which will likely be blamed on a foreign object in our solar system (e.g., aliens, asteroids, comets, Nibiru, Planet 9, Planet X, etc.) rather than current planetary alignment, the world must be psychologically prepared to accept that this is in fact possible.

Fraudulent headlines and fabricated events are slick way of deceiving the masses in respect to the Earth-changing event which is about to occur.

Consequently, the International Business Times published a report on January 19, 2016, entitled “No 15 Days of Darkness Despite 5-Planet Alignment on Jan 20-Feb 20”, ultimately raising the specter of sustained darkness during the current planetary alignment.

A day later on January 20, 2016, Popular Science published a report entitled “The Search for the Real Plant X” which revealed that scientists “have found evidence that there’s a giant planet in the outer solar system” (i.e., Planet X) which will likely be blamed for the impending darkness.

Less than 24-hours later on January 21, 2016, the New York Post published a report entitled “Planet X, or Nibiru, Is on a Crash Course with Earth, Doomsayers Believe” which revealed that while many conspiracies, hoaxes and theories surrounding Planet X have previously been debunked, they have gained new attention since the discovery of “Planet 9”.

Lastly, on January 25, 2016, the Daily Mail published a report entitled “Discovery of ‘Planet 9’ has Dramatic Repercussions for the World of Astrology” which revealed that the newly discovered planet will affect astrological events, most likely by allegedly blocking out the Sun.

Needless to say, these reports, taken collectively, suggest that NASA and the world government will attempt to deceive the public as to the real cause of the three days of darkness.

Three Days of Darkness Prophecy
According to Marie-Julie Jahenny (1850-1941), who is intimately affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church, the Three Days of Darkness  will commence when “The days will be beginning to increase” (days start to get longer after December 22) which suggests that the esoteric prophecy will be fulfilled in the weeks following the Winter Solstice of December 21.

In what appears to be a reference to the month of January and/or February which coincidentally coincides with the sign of Aquarius, Jahenny predicted that three days of darkness will “not be at the height of summer nor during the longer days of the year (summer time), but when the days are still short (winter time).

Jahenny also prophesized that the Three Days of Darkness “will not be at the end of the year (December), but during the first months (of the year)”, another veiled reference to the month of January and/or February, both of which occur during the sign of Aquarius which begins on January 19 and ends on February 18.

History of Three Days of Darkness
The concept known as “Three Days of Darkness” harkens back to Exodus 10:22 in the Holy Bible which states: “And Moses stretched forth his hand toward heaven; and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt three days.”

Aside from the Biblical reference, there is an unsubstantiated narrative entitled “Three Days of Darkness, A Mayan Story” which gives a first-hand account of the darkness through the eyes of a Mayan grandmother.

According to the story, when the grandmother was very young, “she and all the people woke up to no sun”, eventually living through “three days of darkness”.

However, the time of darkness had been prophesied by the Mayan elders as it “had happened many, many times before”. Consequently, the “elders began to build the fires, for the fires must be lit or the darkness can drive some to madness”.

The grandmother recalled that “when the people become too wicked, when we forget to worship the Gods and have respect for all life, that the Gods block out the sun to remind us of the sacred ways and the importance of worship and of gratitude for life”.

The grandmother also stated that “the darkness would come again” because the people will always stray far from their Creator and must be reminded time and time and time again”.

Lastly, in the song “Pueo” (2012) by Nahko Bear and Medicine for the People, it states that “There will come a day…When the Sun don’t shine…And the moon don’t rise in its cycle”.

Whether the song is a modern tribute to a Native American or Hawaiian prophecy about the impending three days of darkness is not known, but it’s highly likely.

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