*First a comment:
I think it was yesterday, when I was on this site:
…that a Commenter Posted this link:
Near the bottom, in the 2nd Column from the left, it’s titled: “Routing Number” and provides this information:
- “The routing number is used synonymously as ABA routing number and routing transit number. The routing number consists of 9 digits, for example XXXXYYYYC where XXXX is Federal Reserve Routing Symbol, YYYY is ABA Institution Identifier, and C is the Check Digit. The first two digits of the nine digit routing number must be in the ranges 00 through 12, 21 through 32, 61 through 72, or 80. The digits are assigned as follows: 00 is used by the United States Government; 01 through 12 are the normal routing numbers; 21 through 32 were assigned only to thrift institutions (e.g. credit unions and savings banks) through 1985, currently are still used by the thrift institutions, or their successors; 61 through 72 are used for electronic transactions; 80 is used for traveler’s checks. The first two digits correspond to the 12 Federal Reserve Banks. [reference: http://www.tfp.com/text/aba_policy.pdf%5D”
(The web page listed at the bottom of that text doesn’t exist.)
Initially, I thought this was the information we needed, in order to locate the correct Routing Number for each person. Looking at the “61 through 72 are used for electronic transactions”, I thought THAT was the key we were looking for. So, in “my” mind, all we had to do is look for a Routing Number that begins with 61 or 62, or 63… or 72.
So I did some exploring and found this page:
On that page, you can down load 2 files. One of them contains ALL the Routing Numbers for the “FedACH” branches and the other contains ALL the Routing Numbers for the “FedWire” branches. (You can also download 2 other files. Each explains how to decipher the information in those “Routing Number” files.)
When I looked through both “Routing Number” files, the ONLY Routing Number that begins with a “6” or a “7” is this one:
- “655060042O0510000331070605000000000SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 6401 SECURITY BOULEVARD BALTIMORE MD212350000000000000011”
As you can see, it’s for the “Social Security Administration”. Since the above information “seems” to state… only Routing Numbers which start with 61 through 72 are used for “electronic transfers”, “maybe” that’s the only Routing Number we should be using to access our “Private Trust Accounts”… or, it’s the only Routing Number that we SHOULDN’T be using. I don’t know.
- Maybe there are more Routing Numbers than any of us have found so far… Tonight, I was double-checking the Routing Number Sylvia and I are using and, when I did a general search for the Routing Numbers of that particular bank, the “Federal Reserve” Routing Number did not appear in that list.
After doing a little more exploring, I found this page:
It’s the “Federal Reserve” bank of Boston. (You can see similar information for any “Federal Reserve” bank by clicking on its “Routing Number”, while on the “Federal Reserve” website.) Notice the line which is titled: “Funds:”. Next to it, you see the word: “Eligible”. Up to now, I’ve only seen “Ineligible” next to that title, with other branches. So maybe this is something we need to look for when choosing a “branch” bank. I don’t know.
…or maybe I’m just over-thinking all of this and maybe ALL the “Federal Reserve” Routing Numbers will work.
This next one’s a ‘bonus’ (something you should know but it doesn’t directly provide “me” with any feedback of “when” me and My Sylvia will be together).
According to this very long article, a woman (on July 10th) photographed the “planet” / “Brown Dwarf Star” / “object in the sky” called: “Nibiru”. She was traveling in an airplane at the Time.
The article also explains the upcoming Solar Eclipse, regarding “additional objects in the sky”.
I’m including this because “I” haven’t seen anything convincing-enough, on Nibiru, for a while and this seems to be fairly level-headed information.
Here’s the link: