Update 4-22-19 – Notre Dame – Part 4 – Accident or Sacrifice – You Decide

“‘ALLAH EST GRAND’: Muslims laugh as blaze destroys Notre Dame cathedral during Holy Week,” by Kyle Olson, American Mirror, April 15, 2019 (thanks to the Geller Report):

RESTORED: 09/14/2021

I am not a believer in coincidences or accidents.  EVERYTHING that happens originates in the SPIRITUAL.  Forces are working in our lives, both of evil and good.  Our choices determine which forces dominate at any given time.  In the past I have researched disasters and found that almost without exception they occurred on dates that had spiritual significance often related to human sacrifice.  

Since the event that occurred at Notre Dame, several people have posted a few events that happened at or around the same date.  I have been looking into some more.  I started just with events related to fires, explosions or shootings.  There are so many more types of events that we could look at.  Limited by time and patience, I will present what I have so far and leave it at that.  You can investigate if you are still not convinced this was a planned, sacrificial event. 

Video added 4/28/19

Published on Apr 24, 2019

APRIL – Early MAY a DEADLY TIME OF YEAR  –  Fire and Blood 


 April 19th, 1775, the battle of Lexington & Concord made the Revolutionary War inevitable; it was one of the bloodiest battles.

May 1st, 1776, the Bavarian Illuminati was spawned. Their ‘official goal’ was to infiltrate Freemasonry and all positions of government and power.

April 5, 1849, Powdermill destroyed in an explosion at Allens Creek in Brighton. (link)

April 7, 1849, The Great Fire of Toronto of 1849, also known as the Cathedral Fire, was the first major fire in the history of TorontoOntario, Canada. Much of the Market Block, the business core of the city, was wiped out, including the predecessor of the current St. James Cathedral. The 1831 building of the Toronto City Hall and St. Lawrence Market south of King was damaged and was torn down.

April 19th, 1861, Battles broke out in Baltimore (Baal) and Maryland (Ma), which produced the first deaths by hostile actions in the American Civil War.

April 1864, Tomball-area mill site.  In April 1864 an explosion destroyed the mixing room of the mill, killing and totally destroying all the men who worked in the mixing room,” Graumann writes. “Their identities are unknown today.” Three men working in an area adjacent to the mixing room – listed in the book as Peter Wunderlich, Jost Blöcher and August Adolph Hillegeist – were critically burned. The men were taken to the nearby Hillegeist home for care. Blöcher and Hillegeist died that night, and Wunderlich died the next morning, Graumann reports. The three men were buried in the Scherer Family Cemetery, which later became Salem Lutheran Cemetery.

April 14th, 1865, Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was assassinated.

Black and white image of the Washburn A Mill explosion, 1878. May 2, 1878, the Washburn A Mill exploded in a fireball, hurling debris hundreds of feet into the air. In a matter of seconds, a series of thunderous explosions—heard ten miles away in St. Paul—destroyed what had been Minneapolis’ largest industrial building, and the largest mill in the world, along with several adjacent flour mills. It was the worst disaster of its type in the city’s history, prompting major safety upgrades in future mill developments.

[Toronto, [1904], (detail) Alexander Thurtell Brown fonds; Black and White Photograph; Reference Code: C 302-3-0-44S 15008; Archives of Ontario, I0016404
April 19, 1904, the Great Fire of Toronto. The exact cause of the fire was never determined but it levelled nearly 20 acres of land and over 5,000 jobs were lost, at least temporarily. At 8:04 p.m., a police constable patrolling his beat in the area saw flames shooting skyward from the elevator shaft of the Currie Building, 58 Wellington St. and immediately turned in an alarm. Before the resulting conflagration was extinguished, it would destroy approximately 100 buildings, causing a property loss of $10,350,000.”

>Major Earthquake Strikes San Francisco: April 18, 1906
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April 18, 1906, An earthquake lasting less than a minute hit San Francisco destroying nearly 500 city blocks. The first of two vicious tremors shook San Francisco at 5:13 a.m. and a second followed not long after. The quake was powerful enough to be recorded thousands of miles away in Cape Town, South Africa. Thousands of structures collapsed as a result of the quake itself but the greatest devastation resulted from the fires that followed the quake and burned for three days. More than 28,000 buildings burned to the ground and left a quarter of a million people homeless.  During the next four years, the city arose from its ashes. Ironically, the destruction actually allowed city planners to create a new and better San Francisco. This California Earthquake ranks as one of the most significant earthquakes of all time. Today, its importance comes more from the wealth of scientific knowledge derived from it than from its sheer size.

April 15, 1912, following a collision with an iceberg, the RMS Titanic sank in the North Atlantic. A total of 1,517 men, women and children died.

April 20th, 1914, the Ludlow Massacre was an attack on a tent colony of roughly 1,200 striking coal miners and their families by the Colorado National Guard and Colorado Fuel and Iron Company. Miners, their spouses. When workers at Colorado mine went on strike, company guards fired machine guns and killed several men. More battling followed. The massacre resulted in the violent deaths of between 19 and 25 people; sources vary but include women and children, killed by gunfire or asphyxiated and burned to death.   The primary owner of the mine was John D. Rockefeller, Jr.  In retaliation for Ludlow, the miners armed themselves and attacked dozens of mines over the next ten days, destroying property and engaging in several skirmishes with the Colorado National Guard along a 40-mile front from Trinidad to Walsenburg.[1] The entire strike would cost between 69 and 199 lives. Thomas G. Andrews described it as the “deadliest strike in the history of the United States”.[2]

May 1st, 1915, the passenger ship called the Lusitania set sail from New York to Liverpool. The Americans had officially declared neutrality in the First World War and the Germans had taken out ads in New York Newspapers warning Americans to stay off of a ship that would be traveling into a war zone because it would be subjected to fire from German U-boats. The Lusitania was found to be more than a passenger ship, however, with the discovery of armaments that were shipped to Britain. This broke U.S. neutrality, and the deaths of several civilians, including one hundred children, brought about enough anger for the U.S. to enter into World War One.

April 27, 1917, a 1917 coal mine explosion in southern Colorado killed 121 www.denverpost.com/2017/04/27/hastings-mine…A strike of a match likely led to Colorado’s deadliest disaster. explosion at the Hastings Mine was the blackest mark among a series of mining disasters over decades

Cleveland OH Clinic Fire, May 1929, photo from familyoldphotos.com

Cleveland OH Clinic Fire, May 1929, photo from familyoldphotos.com

May 15, 1929, Cleveland, The fumes were so strong as to act almost instantly. Pedestrians caught outside the building fell to the ground and lay unconscious until dragged to safety when the gas lifted. One woman smashed a third-floor window and was preparing to leap as firemen spread a life net. She stood poised, the amber gas swirled about her shoulders, and she collapsed, falling inside the building.

Some at unbroken windows, pounding weakly against the glass, and then dropped from sight as the gas-choked them. Most of the victims lay clutching their throats, stifled and fighting at the last for air.
STEPHEN WEIZER, elevator operator, was in the car in the basement. He shot the car to fifth-floor penthouse and escaped with burns about the face and hands. Two workmen in a coal bin below the X-ray film storage room were jarred but not otherwise injured.
Some of those given oxygen immediately after their removal were expected to live. Hope was despaired of for others where noxious poison had destroyed the membranes of the lungs.
One policeman described the scene as worse that his experiences in the world war. He had carried out 25 bodies, he said. DR. CARL HELWIG an interne at another hospital, went to Mr. Sinai hospital to aid in resuscitation and came upon his wife who had gone to the clinic for examination. She died as he worked to save her.
LOUIS SOBOUL, whose appointment was canceled, walked from the structure an instant before the double explosions. SOBOUL said he turned to see victims with their clothes torn away, fighting at the windows for air. Billows of gas swept about them and he fled to Huron road hospital to spread the alarm as the fumes filled the street.
POLICEMAN GIVES LIFE-SAVING 21 -Policeman ERNEST STAAB, 30, of Number 1 emergency wagon, sacrificed his life to achieve the removal of 21 persons from the blazing gas filled Cleveland clinic. STAAB arrived while the fumes still clogged the entrance but time after time pushed his way into the darkened halls, facing almost certain death.
Some of those he removed were alive tonight, some died as he carried them to open air. But STAAB worked away as the fatal gas slowly destroyed his lungs. The policeman collapsed after carrying out his twenty-first burden. He followed those he rescued to an emergency cot and died a few hours later.

April 21, 1930, at the Ohio State Penitentiary in Columbus, A total of 322 inmates died and another 150 were wounded from a fire that started due to renovation efforts at the prison. It was the deadliest penitentiary fire in U.S. history.

April 18th, 1942, the first air raid on mainland Japan during the Second World War, led by General James Doolittle

April 19, 1943,  after trapping the last Jewish Resistance Fighters in a storm drain in Warsaw, and holding them for several days, Nazi Storm Troopers began to pour fire into each end of the storm drain, using flame-throwers. They continued pouring the fire into the drain until all fighters were dead. Blood sacrifice brought about by a fiery conflagration.

April 28th, 1945, Former Fascist Dictator or Italy, Benito Mussolini, is executed.

April 16, 1947, the French ship SS Grandcamp docked at the Port of Texas City carrying 2,300 tons of ammonium nitrate. It then exploded. According to the book, “The Texas City Disaster,” a total of 581 people died because of the explosion, which set off fires and other explosions at nearby oil storage facilities and other ships. The book also notes that only one member of Texas City’s fire department lived through the explosion and subsequent rescue efforts


April 30th, 1966, the Church of Satan was established.


April 6, 1968, downtown area of the county seat, Richmond, Indiana, was devastated by a powerful explosion.


April 28, 1973, Roseville Yard Disaster was an accidental explosion and fire that occurred at a major Southern Pacific railroad yard located in the city of Roseville, California. The shipment of munitions bound for Viet Nam originated at the Hawthorne, NV Army Depot. The explosions continued for a number of days.

April 3, 1974, Super Tornado Outbreak was the second-largest tornado outbreak on record for a single 24-hour period (as of 2019), just behind the 2011 Super Outbreak. It was also the most violent tornado outbreak ever recorded (as of 2019), with 30 F4/F5 tornadoes confirmed.CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – Wednesday marks the anniversary of a series of tornadoes that cut a path of destruction from southeastern Indiana to Brandenburg, Ky. and into southwest Ohio in 1974. The tornadoes, which touched down across the Tri-State, were part of a super outbreak of twisters which killed 315 people in 13 states.

April 23, 1978, Salvatore Gingello assassinated via car bomb, after having survived five prior attempted bombings.

April 27, 1979, Fiesta sniper Two people were killed and 51 injured when Ira Attebury opened fire from inside his mobile home on a festive crowd gathered to watch the Battle of Flowers Parade, at the intersection of Broadway and East Grayson Street in San Antonio.

April 18, 1983, an Iranian backed Hezbollah terrorist bomber detonated a bomb outside the U.S. embassy in Beirut, Lebanon. A total of 63 people, including 17 Americans, were killed in the blast.

April 20, 1983, 2 cars packed with high explosives blew up in Baghdad killing and injuring a large number of people.

April 25 & 26, 1983, an explosion at the Soviet-controlled Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine caused the massive fire and release of radioactive fuel and particles into the atmosphere. the No. 4 nuclear reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the now-abandoned town of Pripyat, in northern Soviet Ukraine.[ The total number of people who have died because of Chernobyl is unknown. Though various reports put the number of people who died as a direct result of the explosion itself and rescue efforts anywhere between 30 and 50.

April 20, 1984, the Good Friday Massacre, an extremely violent ice hockey playoff game, is played in Montreal, Canada.

April 20, 1985, ATF raid on The Covenant, The Sword, and the Arm of the Lord compound in northern Arkansas

April 15, 1989, at the FA Cup semi-final match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England, 96 people were killed when too many people entered the stadium at the same time causing fans to be crushed against a barrier wall.  About 766 others were injured during the event.

April 19, 1989, an explosion in the gun room of a turret on the battleship USS Iowa killed 47 sailors. The cause is still undetermined according to the U.S. Navy.

April 29, 1991, a cyclone tore through Bangladesh killing an estimated 138,000 people. Winds were recorded at 155 mph.

April 18, 1992, Randy Weaver, his family and friend were in a standoff with the FBI and Federal Marshals in Ruby Ridge, Idaho. On that day Vicki Weaver and her son Sammy were shot and killed by FBI snipers.


April 19, 1993, 51-day siege near Waco, where Government troops, tanks, and other military equipment stormed the compound of David Koresh and his followers. The FBI assault on the Mount Carmel Center compound ended in a fiery slaughter. Members of the religious sect had barricaded themselves inside out of fear for their lives. When the building was set on fire, at least 76 of the Branch Davidians, including 25 children, died a horrible, torturous death..

April 19th, 1995, the Oklahoma City Bombing resulted in the death The bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995 was the deadliest act of homegrown terrorism in U.S. history.168 people died and 680 were injured. Among the dead were 19 children, 15 of whom were in the America’s Kids day care center on the building’s second floor. In a matter of seconds, the blast destroyed most of the nine-story building, incinerated nearby vehicles, and damaged or destroyed more than 300 other buildings.

April 9, 1999, OHIO  4 people were killed and 65 were injured as a result of the Blue Ash/Montgomery/Symmes Township tornado.

April 20th, 1999, the Columbine Massacre at Columbine High School in Columbine, Colorado, students Eric Harris, left, and Dylan Klebold went on a shooting spree. 12 students and 1 teacher were killed. Those numbers bring the total to 13 dead with 21 injured.

April 17, 2002, Somalia  an explosion occurred near the Dabka Junction on Maka Al Mukarama Road, in the capital Mogadishu at approximately 15:20 (local time) on Wednesday, April 17

April 7, 2003,  Storage tank explosion and fire in Glenpool, Oklahoma, National Transportation Safety Board

April 29, 2003, Gas tanker overturns and explodes near the corner of West Ridge Road and Lake Ave.  Rochester, NY

 April 26, 2006, the ‘One World Trade Center’, or ‘Freedom Tower’, which replaced the Twin Towers (Masonic Pillars), was revealed in New York. The construction of below-ground utility relocations, footings, and foundations for the new building began on April 27, 2006. One World Trade Center became the tallest structure in New York City on April 30, 2012, when it surpassed the height of the Empire State Building. The tower’s steel structure was topped out on August 30, 2012. On May 10, 2013, the final component of the skyscraper’s spire was installed, making the building, including its spire, reach a total height of 1,776 feet (541m). Its height in feet is a deliberate reference to the year when the United States Declaration of Independence was signed. The building opened on November 3, 2014; the One World Observatory opened on May 29, 2015.

April 16, 2007, Virginia Tech senior Seung-Hui Cho murdered 32 people and wounded 17 others during a mass shooting at the university.

April 20th, 2010,  the BP Oil Spill was the most massive oil spill in U.S. history. The cause of the discharge was an explosion on the British Petroleum’s Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010. That explosion resulted in 11 deaths and the release of million barrels of crude oil into the Gulf over 87 days. The well was capped on July 15.



April 15th, 2013, the Boston Marathon bombing where 3 were killed and hundreds were injured, including 1 child. Kyrgyz-American brothers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev allegedly detonated two bombs along the route of the Boston At the same time there was an explosion and fire at the  John F. Kennedy Library and Museum just down the street.  Police were investigating and raising new questions about the origin of the Monday fire which started at about the same time as the marathon bombings, according to the Daily News. Several employees on the scene Monday said they clearly heard blasts at the library when the fire started..

April 17, 2013, an explosion in West, Texas, at the West Fertilizer Company plant killed 15 people and injured nearly 200 others. The massive explosion obliterated the West Fertilizer Company plant and caused heavy damage and further destruction to surrounding areas. More than 150 buildings were damaged or destroyed. Numbers for people dead or injured varied initially. Damage. In addition to the obliterated plant, the damaged buildings included the public West Middle School, which sits next to the facility.

Between April 27 and 29, 2014, a string of deadly tornadoes hit multiple states the Southeast U.S. killing at least 29.

April 25, 2015, an earthquake hit Kathmandu, Nepal, with a magnitude between 7.8 and 8.1. Nepal earthquake of 2015, also called Gorkha earthquake, severe earthquake that struck near the city of Kathmandu in central Nepal. About 9,000 people were killed, many thousands more were injured, and more than 600,000 structures in Kathmandu and other nearby towns were either damaged or destroyed.

April 27th, 2015, riots break out again in Baltimore (Baal), Maryland (Ma), over the police brutality and death of a young black man. These riots produced major fires and chaos in the city. Fires and chaos are both associated with the ‘Trickster’ and the lord of Chaos, Saturn.

April 4-5, 2016, massive wildfires erupt in Oklahoma and quickly grab the attention of the front page of USA Today newspaper.

April 21, 2016, Music legend Prince dies at 57 years of age.

April 21, 2016, an explosion rocks a petrochemical plant in Mexico killing 13 people, similar to April 18, 2013, explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas

April 17, 2017, Colorado Explosion in April Blamed on Leak Near Anadarko Well.  Firestone, CO, A home on Twilight Avenue exploded and collapsed, killing two men inside the home. A woman and child were also hurt. Witnesses say a construction crew nearby rushed to the home to help rescue the victims.

April 18, 2017, more than 100 wildfires continue to burn in Florida, bringing the total land consumed this year to at least 88,273 — exceeding the five-year average of how much is ..

April 22, 2017. Florida is on fire again. A little over a week after Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for wildfire risk, the state is being consumed by more

April and May 2017, a wildfire in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge on the Florida-Georgia border burned across 152,000 acres

April 18, 2017, a shooting spree occurred in Fresno, California, leaving three men dead. The prime suspect, identified as Kori Ali Muhammad, was then arrested by police and charged with murder and assault with a deadly weapon

April 19, 2018, Texas City Refinery Explosion A big explosion at the Valero Plant rocked Texas City and rattled nerves Thursday evening. Aerials showed flames and black smoke coming from the plant after the explosion just before 5 p.m. People all over Galveston County felt the explosion and the thick black smoke could be seen from miles away in all directions.

April 26, 2018, SUPERIOR, Wis. Refinery blast injures at least 20 — A series of explosions and fires rocked the Husky Energy oil refinery in Superior Wisconsin, Thursday, sending a black plume of acrid smoke across the city, forcing massive evacuations and sending several people to local hospitals. A tank containing crude oil or asphalt suddenly exploded at the Husky oil refinery. Witnesses said the explosion rattled the air like a “sonic boom.”

April 2018,  20 Mystery Explosions Have Occurred in Pennsylvania Since April, And Nobody Knows Why ALEX HORTON, THE WASHINGTON POST, May 31, 2018

This next item is not from April/May but, it IS related to another Cathedral named “Our Lady”

Jan 27, 2019, Jolo, Philippines, (CNA).- At least 20 people were killed and 111 wounded after two bombs exploded minutes apart during Sunday Mass in a Catholic cathedral on the southern Philippine island of Jolo.  After the initial blast inside the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Jan. 27, which destroyed the wooden pews and glass windows, Mass-goers were rushing to get outside when a second bomb detonated near the cathedral’s entrance, the Associated Press reported.

April 10, 2019, DURHAM, N.C. — One person was killed and at least 17 others injured in a large gas explosion Wednesday in Durham, North Carolina, that caused a partial building collapse in a downtown shopping district.

Apr 11, 2019, CHICAGO (SUN TIMES MEDIA WIRE) – Shootings in the first days of April have jumped 57 percent across Chicago compared to the same period last year, with police saying warmer weather may be a contributing factor. At least 88 people have been shot within city limits in the first 10 days of April, according to data kept by the Chicago Sun-Times. Last year, 56 people were shot in the same time period. The shootings have also been more deadly — 20 people have been shot to death so far this month, compared to seven during the same period last year.

April 13, 2019, SANA: There were explosions in the vicinity of Aleppo airport – Map of Syrian Civil War – Syria news and incidents today – syria.liveuamap.com. … 13 April 2019.

April 15, 2019, flames tore through Notre Dame cathedral in Paris for more than 12 hours destroying its spire and its roof. A frantic rescue effort saved the monument’s “most precious treasures,” including the Crown of Thorns purportedly worn by Jesu



April 16, 2019, two people were killed and one person is in critical condition after police say a 21-year-old shooter unleashed gunfire at the Tanger Five Oaks Outlet Mall in Sevierville. Shooter was a Muslim, serving a supervised probation term through August 2020 stemming from a felony theft conviction for stealing a SUV in 2015

April 19, 2019  Surprise Eight firefighters were injured Friday night in an explosion at an Arizona Public Service facility in Surprise. The explosion occurred at the APS McMicken Energy Storage facility near Grand Avenue and Deer Valley Road in Surprise on Friday evening. The facility houses utility-sized batteries on the site used in the storage and distribution of solar energy, according to the APS website.

April 20, 2019, TRIPOLI (Reuters) – A heavy explosion was heard on Sunday morning in the Libyan capital Tripoli after an aircraft circled for several minutes over the city, witnesses said.

April 20, 2019, Bomb blast in the Thai capital Bangkok has killed at least 20 people, including seven foreigners, with over 123 wounded. The explosion went off around 7pm in an downtown area of the city filled with tourists, office workers, and shoppers

April 21, 2019, Colombo, Sri Lanka — At least 207 people were killed and hundreds more injured in eight blasts that rocked churches and hotels in and just outside Sri Lanka’s capital on Easter Sunday

April 22, 2019, Nine shootings occurred in Shreveport during second week of April  In the second week of April, nine shooting incidents occurred in Shreveport; leaving four dead and nine confirmed injured.  The shootings occurred mainly in the beginning and mid-week portion of the week, with the first three on Sunday, April 7, and the last three on Thursday, April 11, according to the Shreveport Police Department.

April 22, 2019, Police have issued a statement after a Midlands city was rocked by a string of explosions today. Derby city centre saw plumes of black smoke sweep across the skyline on Easter Monday (April 22). Images on social media capture smoke billowing from a factory after a fire – and shocked onlookers say they heard at least three explosions in one hour   It is understood the fire, described as a “serious incident”, happened at a factory on an industrial estate. People on Twitter described the horror at the ground “shaking”. A police statement reads: “St Mary’s Wharf police station in Pride Park Way, Derby has been evacuated due to a large fire at a business premises on Chester Green, which has resulted in a series of explosions.