It just so happens that the chemical that was leaked into the Elk River near Charleston WV was 4-Methylcyclohexane Methanol, which of course also happens to be in the 'Meth- Group' of chemicals. This cannot be coincidence.
The particular chemical spilled just so happens to repeat the name METH twice.
"For God speaketh once, yea twice, yet man perceiveth it not." Job 33:14
Whether people are 'perceiving' it or not, something is going on here. See our article on God's message of paying double for sin HERE.
The 9 counties affected by the chemical spill are: Boone, Cabell, Clay, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Putnam and Roane counties.
The article below in the Charleston WV Gazette from December 14, 2013, was written less than a month before the West Virginia Chemical Spill from Freedom Industries into the Elk River:
Meth Menace Part I: "From meds to meth, Cold pills fuel West Virginia’s meth lab epidemic."
"Pharmacies in the counties of Putnam (25 labs), Cabell (20 labs), Wood (35 labs), Jackson (14 labs), Logan (nine labs) and Randolph (18 labs) sold more boxes of pseudoephedrine than the state average on a per-person basis.
Kanawha County has been overrun with meth labs -- 150 reported at last count -- or 30 percent of all labs seized in the state and four times more than any other county." http://www.wvgazette.com/News/201312130113
(Pictured left: Meds 2 Go 'Pharmacy' In Lincoln County, West Virginia.)
In another article on the meth epidemic battle posted on Dec. 30, 2013, the Roane county Sheriff's Department stated that:
"In the last year, we've encountered 34 meth labs."
An article in the Gazette-Mail Police Blotter for Charleston WV on November 9, 2013 had this story about meth manufacture in Lincoln County:
"Almost overnight, a small independent pharmacy in rural Lincoln County became West Virginia's No. 1 seller of a cold medicine that's also used to manufacture methamphetamine."
Another story from December 13, 2013 involving Clay county, also affected in the chemical spill, was regarding an entire meth distribution ring which resulted in the conviction of the dealer.
"A Clay County resident ...was accused and convicted of running a methamphetamine trafficking ring from North Carolina to West Virginia."
This story about a meth-lab cleanup incident at a storage facility in Jackson county is from December 15, 2013.
Meth Menace: Lab shuts down storage units:
"Simon Environmental, a Jackson County company that specializes in meth cleaning, was hired for the cleanup. The firm's workers cleaned many of the items stored in the units, but anything porous that could soak up meth fumes had to be carted to a dumpster."
Last but not least is Boone county, home of the Wild Wonderful Whites of West Virgina.
Charleston Gazette. MADISON, W.Va. -- "The Boone County Commission has filed a lawsuit against six pharmacies, alleging they helped fuel the county's problem with prescription drug abuse." ~ By Eric Eyre
This concludes just a small example of the overwhelming amount of information that is available on all 9 counties affected in the Freedom Industries chemical spill, which involved a chemical with METH named twice in its composition.
The people of West Virginia need hope and a vision for a brighter future:
Proverbs 29:18 "Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he."