MAYDAY 1588: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2020

“Of the propagation of microbes and men. There are isolated outbreaks and local and regional epidemics. And pandemics when epidemics become rampant in

multiple countries and continents, concurrently. Coronavirus covid-19 may soon declare war against us by pandemic, Urantian.”

“Of microbes and men and the best laid plans of those men. And one of the many invaluable lessons I have artfully written into MAYDAYS

is that this outbreak turned epidemic turning pandemic may be opportunity disguised as calamity. So says … my MAYDAYS.”

“As an opportunity disguised as a calamity comes a coronavirus, novel. Of microbes and (wo)men and the best laid plans of (wo)men.

Ironically, an outbreak epidemic, turning pandemic may be the key to my saving Urantia and it’s stubbornly … foolish … (wo)men.”

“As opportunity disguised as calamity comes a novel coronavirus. Men listened not to Abraham, Jesus and Mohammad. What if they

belatedly listen? MAYDAY 1600 comes to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in just 12 days. And plots thicken … like clockwork, everyday.”

“MAYDAY 1600 comes to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in just 12 days. Go figure. I’m no prophet. I’m just an antiheroic, misogynistic

germaphobe, become — tragi-comically — our president. Comes a novel coronavirus; in answer … my novel MAYDAYS … altruistic.”

“Indeed MAYDAY 1600 comes to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in just 12 days. Go figure. I’m no prophet. It was Pythagoras who, numerology,

championed. All is number, he said. Comes a novel coronavirus; and in answer … my novel MAYDAYS, answers … poetically.”

“Numbers are spooky. Pythagoras himself was numerology’s champion. All is number, he said. An astonishing declaration, in time,

proven to be true. Comes a novel coronavirus; covid-19; and in answer, my novel MAYDAYS, answers, 280 characters … at a time.”

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