Haiti quake & “Grace” on 230th anniversary of devil pact

And 23 x 23 years from 1492, when Columbus landed in Haiti (In days, exactly 23 x 23 x 365)

And 23 x 23 x 8 days to the previous monstrous 2010 Haiti earthquake

This pact reminds us of the pact of the “Watchers” (Book of Enoch 6).

It is the deadliest earthquake and deadliest natural disaster of 2021.


This post contains the comments that were made at the end of the previous post:

The first two comments are by David Rooke. The third is my response, along with an article in Wikipedia about the Haitian Vodou Covenant. Because these were simply comments made in the comments section, they are rough.

The importance of “23” cannot be overstated and is the summation of 30 years of study into Bible numbers. I realize it will take generations for this information to disseminate. But, simply put, 23 converts to 25 (5 x 5), the number that symbolizes “grace multiplied”.

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The post should not be taken derogatorily of Haiti. We don’t know what goes on behind the veil. My hope, and even expectancy, is that the demonic covenant is now concluded, and the time has come for God to show “grace multiplied” to the people of Haiti.

This interpretation is confirmed by the name of the Tropical Storm presently impacting the area where the earthquake occurred, “Tropical Storm Grace!” It was named “Grace” just 3.5 hours before the quake.

For context, I have included the Bible Code Pictogram of the tree with the ax to the root referred to by David in his comments.

As explained in “Key of 23“, a priestly year is 336 days. In 23 solar years, there are 8400 days, which equals 25 x 336. This is why 23 years converts to 25 years, the number that symbolizes “grace multiplied” (5 x 5).

Therefore, in 230 years, there are about 84000 days. (To be precise, 84006 days elapsed from Aug. 14th, 1791, to the quake on Aug. 14, 2021.)

However, from the pact on August 14, 1791, (Julian #2375434) plus exactly 84000 days (250 x 336) is August 8th, 2021, six days before the quake (Julian #2459434).

Moreover, from when Columbus first stepped foot on Haiti, “Wednesday, Dec. 5th, 1492”, 23 x 23 years ago, are exactly 23 x 23 x 365 days to Aug. 8th, 2021!

This was the very day and hour when the Olympics ended, the torch extinguished, and the 2500-year old olive tree burned down.

All this would seem irrelevant unless you read the previous three posts!

This implies that August 8th of 2021 marked the finish line of many things, perhaps including the Haitian pact. Perhaps the time has come for there to be deliverance from the bondage to sin and not merely slavery to man.

Again, all my words are nonsense if you have not read the previous few posts, two of which were posted on August 8th.

Also, see the similar sign seven days later:

Click to enlarge. Fractal of the Lord within His chariot led by the Eagle Cherub into Paradise before adoring men and angels, having finished the race

David Rooke’s comment

The Coat of Arms of Haiti has a tree in the center, with two Axes at the Root (base of the tree). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiti#/media/File:Coat_of_arms_of_Haiti.svg
Also, see the older coat of Arms here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Haiti#/media/File:1888_Coats_of_arms_of_Haiti.jpg

The last major earthquake (Jan.12, 2010) was 529*8 days (4232 Days convert 23 to 25 = 4600 days?) from this latest one. It has also been 529 (23*23) years since the first Europeans (Christopher Columbus) discovered the island.

I knew it! I was going to quote from the Code, but I figured that you would have more to say about it. “….my fire will surely come.” It was exactly what I was thinking about!
Thank you!

David Rooke’s Second comment

I was wondering if you had anything to add about the tragic earthquake in Haiti on Sat, Aug. 14, 2021. Prayers for the Haitian people. I encourage giving to the relief efforts if one has the means. I was wondering if it had anything to do with the 17 years (6210 days) from the “Axe being laid to the root” Fri Aug. 13, 2004? Not sure what it would have to do with the code if anything.

Mystery Babylon. Cuba is the center, the area where Columbus discovered the New World. Haiti is just to the right of Cuba
Click to enlarge. The square map of the earth. In the background are Hebrew letters arrayed in groups of 5 x 5 letters

Haiti is also really close to the center of the middle cross on the Mystery Babylon Map. And notice three Storms in the Atlantic (Fred, Grace,& Henri)

Also, the Fall of Kabul (Afghanistan) to the Taliban was either the last day of the 360-Day Calendar year or 1st day of the 7th month (Autumn New Year to Autumn New Year Reckoning)? The Link below has a timeline of reports. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/8/16/taliban-says-afghanistan-war-over-as-president-diplomats-flee/

My response to David’s comments

Thanks for the information. Very interesting.

4232 converts to 4600, which then converts to 5000.

“4600” (460) is often associated with the oath of the Nephilim to rebel in Biblical numerics (and Book of Enoch with Book of Jubilees — as explained in “Key of 23“.

In regard to Haitian slavery, it all began with Christopher Columbus in 1492. As you pointed out, this was “23 x 23” years ago. (This converts to “5 x 5 x 5 x 5”, “Grace multiplied and multiplied!” 25 x 25.) Dec. 5th, 1492 (Julian #2266349) to August 8th, 2021 (Julian #2459434). 

Moreover, there are 13 x 23 years (299) from AD 1492 to 1791, which as explained in “Key of 23“, “299” can convert to “300”.

Is all this a mere coincidence considering the previous posts and the Haitian pact of August 14, 1791? (The earthquake was 230 years to the day from this covenant. “230” is half “460”.) The Lord is demonstrating His sovereignty over the affairs of men, and His timeline of grace.

https://1260d.com/2020/10/02/23-and-2300-of-daniel-8-is-the-key-to-all-biblical-numeric/ and https://1260d.com/2021/08/06/the-shmita-is-at-hand-jew-and-gentile-one-new-man/

It is long rumored that Haiti made a pack with fallen entities just like the Nephilim did.

Below is the Wikipedia article about this pact. But first, let me quote the one in the Book of Enoch. Keep in mind that according to the Bible, “Jarod” was born 460 years from Adam.

Book of Enoch CHAPTER VI.

1. And it came to pass when the children of men had multiplied that in those days were born unto them beautiful and comely daughters. 2. And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: ‘Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children.’ 3. And Semjâzâ, who was their leader, said unto them: ‘I fear ye will not indeed agree to do this deed, and I alone shall have to pay the penalty of a great sin.’ 4. And they all answered

him and said: ‘Let us all swear an oath, and all bind ourselves by mutual imprecations not to abandon this plan but to do this thing.’ 5. Then sware they all together and bound themselves by mutual imprecations upon it. 6. And they were in all two hundred; who descended in the days of Jared on the summit of Mount Hermon, and they called it Mount Hermon, because they had sworn and bound themselves by mutual imprecations upon it.

Wikipedia Article About 1791 Haitian Covenant/Pact

Bois Caïman (Haitian CreoleBwa Kayimanlit.‘Alligator Forest’)[1] was the site of the first major meeting of enslaved Blacks during which the first major slave insurrection of the Haitian Revolution was planned.

Role during the Haitian Revolution

Before the Bois Caiman ceremony, Vodou rituals were seen as an event of social gathering where enslaved Africans had the ability to organize.[2] These meetings and opportunities to organize were considered harmless by white slave owners. Therefore, they were permitted. It is also argued that Vodou created a more homogeneous black culture in Haiti.

On the night of August 14, 1791, representative slaves from nearby plantations gathered to participate in a secret ceremony conducted in the woods by nearby Le Cap in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Presided over by Dutty Boukman, a prominent enslaved African leader and Houngan, and Cécile Fatiman, a mambo, the ceremony served as both a religious ritual and strategic meeting as enslaved Africans met and planned a revolt against their ruling white enslavers of the colony’s wealthy Northern Plain. The ceremony is considered the official beginning of the Haitian Revolution.

The event was followed by participants of the Bois Caiman ceremony to revolt against their white oppressors due to their promise to the mysterious woman who appeared during the ceremony. The participants liberated plantations throughout the area. To reduce the social disorder of the rebellion, the French captured Boukman and beheaded him. The French then displayed his head on Cap’s square to prove his mortality and French power.[3]

During the Bois Caiman ceremony, a witness described the presence of 200 enslaved Africans at the event.[2] The event was presided over by Dutty Boukman, a Houngan priest. The African woman figure that appeared declared Boukman the “Supreme Chief” of the rebellion.

In the following days, the whole Northern Plain was in flames, as the revolutionaries fought against the whites who had enslaved them. Clouded in mystery, many accounts of the catalytic ceremony and its particular details have varied. There are no known first-hand written accounts about what took place that night. It was first documented in the white colonist Antoine Dalmas’s “History of the Saint-Domingue Revolution”, published in 1814.[4]

The Haitian writer Herard Dumesle visited the region and took oral testimonies in order to write his account of the ceremony.[5] He recorded what is thought to be the earliest version of the Bois Caïman speech made by Dutty Boukman. Translated, it reads:

…This God who made the sun, who brings us light from above, who raises the sea, and who makes the storm rumble. That God is there, do you understand? Hiding in a cloud, He watches us, he sees all that the whites do! The God of the whites pushes them to crime, but he wants us to do good deeds. But the God who is so good orders us to vengeance. He will direct our hands, and give us help. Throw away the image of the God of the whites who thirsts for our tears. Listen to the liberty that speaks in all our hearts.[6]

This excerpt from the official “History of Haiti and the Haitian Revolution”[7] serves as a general summary of the ceremonial events that occurred:

A man named Boukman, another houngan, organized on August 24, 1791, a meeting with the slaves in the mountains of the North. This meeting took the form of a Voodoo ceremony in the Bois Caïman in the northern mountains of the island. It was raining and the sky was raging with clouds; the slaves then started confessing their resentment of their condition. A woman started dancing languorously in the crowd, taken by the spirits of the loas. With a knife in her hand, she cut the throat of a pig and distributed the blood to all the participants of the meeting who swore to kill all the whites on the island.

Despite purported facts and embellishments that have dramatized the ceremony over the centuries, the most reoccurring anecdote is the sacrifice of a black Creole Pig to Ezili Dantor by the mambo Cécile Fatiman and the pact formed through its blood. Dalmas provided the very first written account of the sacrifice:

A black pig, surrounded by the slaves believe to have magical powers, each carrying the most bizarre offering, was offered as a sacrifice to the all-powerful spirit…The religious community in which the nègres slit its throat, the greed with which they have believed to have marked themselves on the forehead with its blood, the importance that they attached to owning some of its bristles which they believed would make them invincible.[4]

Critics offers the theory that the ceremony never occurred at all. Dr. Leon-Francois Hoffmannn theorizes that the event simply had motivational and unitary roles to politically gather allies throughout Haiti. Where Hoffmannn found the narrative to have a strong impact on shaping the motivations of those involved in the revolution, Hoffmannn feels there is no factual bias for the event occurring.[8]

The black Creole Pig was a sacrifice to and a symbol of Ezili Dantor, the mother of Haiti (who resembles the scarred Dahomey Amazons or Mino, meaning “Our Mothers” in the Fon language). It was a mixing of the traditions of the army of the Dahomey, which was the ethnicity of many of the enslaved Africans in Saint Domingue with the Taino, who had fled to the high mountains of Haiti (Haiti meaning high mountains in Taino) in order to escape the Spanish.[clarification needed]

Significance and legacy

The Bois Caïman ceremony has often been used as a source of inspiration to nationalists and as a symbol of resistance to oppression.[9][10]

In pop culture, Bois Caiman has been referenced in music and other artistic works as a symbol of resistance and unity. In the 1970s, Roots Music has referred to the Bois Caiman event as a parallel to resisting the Duvalier totalitarian regime like their ancestors.[11]

Due to the influx of American Protestants in Haiti during the 1990s, some neo-evangelical Christians rewrote the events at Bois Caïman as a Haitian “blood pact with Satan”[9] They were influenced by “spiritual warfare” theology and concerned that the Aristide government had made efforts to incorporate the Vodou sector more fully into the political process.[citation needed] These Evangelicals developed a counter-narrative to the official national story. In this narrative, the ancestral spirits at the Vodou cemetery were re-cast as demons. In their view, the engagement with demons amounted to a pact that put Haiti under the rule of Satan. While some Haitian Evangelicals subscribe to this idea, most Haitian nationalists vehemently oppose it.[12] This belief was referenced by Christian media personality Pat Robertson in his controversial comments during the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Robertson declared the Haitian people “have been cursed by one thing after the other” since the 18th century after swearing “a pact to the devil”.[13] Robertson’s comments were denounced.[14]