December 26 (Day 360, Ai): A strong
earthquake devastated the ancient Iranian city of Bam. The Sunset
over central Florida yesterday predicted the Iran earthquake and showed
the earthquake angel. And six bodies were found after the California
December 25 (Day 359, Simeon): A Boeing
727 passenger jet crashed on takeoff from Cotonou, Benin in west Africa.
Four Israelis were killed in a terrorist homicide bombing east of Tel Aviv.
And heavy rains have produced mudslides in southern California.
December 24 (Day 358, Levite): The first
known case of mad cow disease was reported in a cow in the USA. Air
France Paris to Los Angeles flights were canceled due to credible threats
that al-Qa'eda had infiltrated the flights. And three US soldiers
were killed by a roadside bomb in Baghdad.
December 22 (Day 356, Dropping): A powerful
6.5 Magnitude earthquake struck California and was felt from San Francisco
to Los Angeles. The world's largest ocean liner, the Queen Mary II,
was delivered to it's British owner and left France. And an Australian
man was killed by a crocodile yesterday.
December 18 (Day 352, Wall): Gary Leon
Ridgway, the Green River Killer, was sentenced to life in prison without
possibility of parole for 48 murders in the Seattle, Washington area.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon proposed a new unilateral separation
strategy for dealing with the Palestinians. And Lee Malvo was
convicted by a jury of capital murder.
December 14 (Day 348, Inheritance of the Levites):
Hussein was captured by the US Army near Tikrit as he hid in a hole in
the ground. US Deputy ASS (Assistant Secretary of State) David Satterfield
met with Israeli officials today and arranged a three-way meeting for tomorrow.
December 13 (Day 347, Peace): US Deputy
ASS (Assistant Secretary of State) David Satterfield met with Palestinian
Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia. A fire in a Kentucky horse barn killed
22 horses yesterday. And the European Union constitution convention
in Brussels collapsed in total disarray.
December 12 (Day 346, Pregnancy): US
Lt. Colonel Allen West of the 4th Infantry Division was fined $5,000 and
allowed to retire for threatening to shoot an Iraqi terrorist. A
man committed suicide on the spot that John Kennedy was killed in Dallas.
And President Bush signed legislation calling for economic penalties against
December 10 (Day 344, Suffering): President
Bush met with Chinese Premier Wen Jiaboa at the White House. A Florida
jogger was killed by a falling tree. Earthquakes struck the US and
Taiwan. A Dutch ship capsized in Albany, NY. Tropical Storm
Peter formed. And Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian refused to back
down to President Bush's demands.
December 8 (Day 342, Division of the Land): A
naked man killed his wife with a samurai sword in New York, and a teen
killed another with a kitchen knife on a school bus in Oklahoma.
And the United Nations asked the World Court to issue an advisory opinion
on the legality of Israel's border fence.
December 6 (Day 340, Division of the Land): A
blizzard from a weather elephant in the northeastern US brought much of
New England to a standstill. And Tropical Storm Odette, shaped like
a horse, made landfall at Cape Beata, Dominican Republic.
December 5 (Day 339, Sin Unto Death): A
major winter storm with snow, sleet, and strong wind belted the eastern
US. Terrorists bombed a Russian commuter train near the Chechen border.
Secretary of State Colin Powell met with the authors of the Geneva Accord.
And President Bush appointed James Baker III envoy for Iraqi debt.
December 4 (Day 338, Purifying Judgment of Dying
in the Wilderness): President Bush scrapped import tariffs on
steel. A Goodyear blimp crashed in California. And there are
floods in Europe.
November 28 (Day 332, Conspiracy): United
Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan accused Israel of violating a General
Assembly resolution to halt construction of the fence and to dismantle
the 90-mile section already built.
November 27 (Day 331, Evil King): In
a surprise visit, President Bush became the first US President to visit
Iraq. And a small piece of space junk hit the Space Station.
November 26 (Day 330, Judgment of Holy Spirit):
Security Advisor, Condoleezza Rice, decided to deduct $289.5 million dollars
from loan guarantees for Israel. President Bush traveled to Las Vegas
and Phoenix, Nevada. And a Chinese double agent pleaded guilty in
Alexandria, Virginia in helping to export sensitive US technology to China
November 24 (Day 328, Cosmic Stronghold): The
first total solar eclipse in a hundred years occurred over Antarctica and
represented Eclipse Testing from the world's most frigid female.
The jury in the trial of the DC sniper recommended death. And President
Bush visited Fort Carson, Colorado.
November 20 (Day 324, Strategy): Terrorists
struck a London-based bank and the British consulate with truck bombs in
Istanbul, Turkey. And the Free Trade Area of the Americas summit
abruptly ended in Miami with an outline agreement.
November 19 (Day 323, Spiritual Uptrend): Queen
Elizabeth II and Prince Philip greeted President and Mrs. Bush at Buckingham
Palace. The United Nations Security Council approved a Russian sponsored
resolution to adopt the Road Map for Middle East peace. And Egyptian
President, Hosni Mubarak, fell ill during a speech.
November 18 (Day 322, Cursing): Yesterday,
the Houston area was flooded and ravaged by tornadoes. A judge in
Houston announced plans to continue with the trial of Lea Fastow without
a plea bargain. And President and Mrs. Bush flew to Great Britain
on the first US presidential state visit.
November 17 (Day 321, Providential Preventative
Suffering): John Allen Muhammad, known as the Washington, DC
sniper, was convicted of capital murder. Arnold Schwarzenegger was
sworn in as California Governor. And tornadoes struck the Houston
area along with extensive flooding.
November 15 (Day 319, Dan): A new transitional
Iraqi government will be in place and US occupation will end by the end
of June. Islamic terrorists bombed two synagogues in Turkey.
A pair of Black Hawks crashed in Mosul, Iraq. People crashed to their
death when the Queen Mary 2 gangplank collapsed. And a crocodile
is loose in Hong Kong.
November 13 (Day 317, Lawlessness): Powerful
thunderstorms with heavy rain and hail disrupted rush hour traffic yesterday
and knocked out power to thousands. The leader of the largest prostitute
ring in Los Angeles history was convicted. And a large whirlwind
over the Great Lakes knocked down trees and knocked out power to nearly
a million customers.
November 12 (Day 316, Sanctification): Iraqi
terrorist homicide bombers blew up a truck of explosives at an Italian
paramilitary base and killed at least 26 people. L. Paul Bremer,
the top US administrator in Iraq, held meetings at the White House.
And a new Palestinian Cabinet was approved.
November 8 (Day 312, Authority): This
year's second total lunar eclipse occurred tonight. Explosions from
a homicide car bombing tore through a residential compound in western Riyadh,
Saudi Arabia. Arafat reached an agreement with Ahmed Qureia that
will allow Arafat to control security forces. And Tennessee beat
November 5 (Day 309, Plagues of Egypt): Gary
Leon Ridgway, 54, known as the Green River Killer, pleaded guilty to 48
murders today in a Seattle, Washington courtroom.
November 2 (Day 306, Man): A Chinook,
CH-47, helicopter carrying US soldiers was shot down by missiles.
Ariel Sharon traveled to Russia. Virginia Tech beat the Miami, and
Florida beat Georgia. And Kenyans won the New York marathon.
October 29 (Day 302, Division): Thousands
of fire crews in southern California struggled to save homes as a towering
inferno of flames 200-feet high raced through the mountains. Arnold
Schwarzenegger visited members of Congress on Capitol Hill. And a
ceremony was held yesterday for the Columbia astronauts at the national
Space Mirror Memorial in Florida.
October 25 (Day 298, Glory Has Departed): The
Florida Marlins defeated the New York Yankees to win the World Series by
a score of 2-0. Firestorms in California destroyed homes. And
Israel destroyed Palestinian buildings.
October 23 (Day 296, Spoils of Victory): Federal
agents raided Wal-Mart businesses across the US and arrested illegal aliens.
Madame Chiang Kai-shek died in New York at the age of 105. And the
Florida Marlins beat the New York Yankees in Game 5 of the World Series.
October 18 (Day 291,
Coup de Grace): The
Expedition 8 Space Station crew of two were launched by Russia. And
the satellite weather maps depicted rams and goats.
October 16 (Day 289, Authority Counterattack):
Florida Marlins beat the Chicago Cubs amid cries of the goat curse.
The UN Security Council adopted the US sponsored Iraq Resolution.
And President Bush met with California Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger.
October 15 (Day 288, Blessing): A New
York Staten Island ferry crashed into a pier. Terrorists in the Gaza
strip bombed a US diplomatic convoy and killed three Americans. China
became the third country to successfully launch a man into space.
And Tropical Storm Nicholas was named.
October 10 (Day 283, High Priest): Six
tornadoes and flooding hit the Houston area yesterday. President
Bush began defending his Iraq policy, and he introduced new policy to pressure
on Fidel Castro of Cuba. And the Cubs beat the Marlins in game 3.
October 7 (Day 280, Cosmic Stronghold): A
grizzly bear advocate and his camping companion were mauled to death by
grizzly bears yesterday in Alaska. The Japanese government will investigate
a big orgy in China involving Japanese tourists. And Tropical Storm
Olaf made landfall in Mexico.
October 4 (Day 277, Reverse Process Reversionism):
Palestinian female terrorist bomber blew herself up in a Haifa restaurant.
In a duel of the catchers, the Florida Marlins beat the San Francisco Giants
to win best of the Division. And
Tropical Storm Larry began creeping ashore in
the saddle of the Yucatan.
October 2 (Day 275, Sovereignty): Israel
is planning to build over 600 new homes in Jewish settlements in the West
Bank. Pakistan military forces attacked an al-Qa'eda hideout near
the Afghan border. And Tropical Storm Larry was named last night
in the Bay of Campeche.
September 29 (Day 272, Internal Gates): Hurricane
Juan made landfall just west of Halifax, Nova Scotia about 0245 GMT with
wind estimated at 85 knots. A 300 pound gorilla escaped from the
Franklin Park Zoo south of Boston last evening. And Kate was upgraded
to a Hurricane.
September 28 (Day 271, Strait): All
of Italy except Sardinia was blacked out in the worst power outage in Italy
since World War II. The blackout was caused by the weather angels
on the day of the Pope's announcement of 31 new Cardinals.
September 26 (Day 269, Running the Course): Russian
President Vladimir Putin is meeting with President Bush at Camp David.
A strong Magnitude 8 earthquake struck the northern island of Hokkaido,
Japan. A fire raged through a nursing home in Nashville, Tennessee
last night. And Hurricane Juan is in the Atlantic.
September 23 (Day 266, Worldliness): No
sooner had power been restored to some areas of Virginia after Hurricane
Isabel than 5 tornadoes reopened the old wounds and knocked out power again.
All members of the NASA's Safety Advisory Panel resigned. And President
Bush appealed to the United Nations for help in rebuilding Iraq.
September 18 (Day 261, Income Tax): A
merciful, Hurricane Isabel came ashore on Cape Hatteras with 85 knot winds
as the eye touched the outer banks of North Carolina. President Bush
ran to the mountains to Camp David and met with Jordan's King Abdullah
September 17 (Day 260, Political Babylon): Hurricane
Isabel turned upside down to simulate Jezebel falling and later became
a horse to simulate Jezebel being trampled by a Jehu's horse. And
retired Army General Wesley Clark entered the presidential race.
September 16 (Day 259, Simeon): Hurricane
Isabel continued to weaken as it ran into the wall formed by the trunk
of a weather elephant. And the US vetoed a UN Security Council resolution
to prevent deportation of Yasser Arafat.
September 15 (Day 258, Levite):
When Hurricane Isabel ran into the crosshairs of authority at 25 N. and
70 W., its eye fragmented and the storm weakened from its monster status.
And a man jumped to his death from the bell tower in St. Marks Square in
September 14 (Day 257, Zebulun): Yasser
Arafat, in his duplicity, has become a real example of the devil as the
master of deception. World Trade Organization talks in Mexico collapsed
in confusion. And Hurricane Isabel, a symbol of Jezebel, has brought
pertinent doctrine of the Prostitute of Babylon.
September 12 (Day 255, Grace Blessing): Country
and Western singer, Johnny Cash, 71, died in Nashville, Tennessee. And
Typhoon Maemi, meaning cicada, crashed ashore in South Korea.
September 11 (Day 254, Redemption): The
people of New York, America, and the world paused to remember the September
11th, 2001 terrorist attack on the New York World Trade Center. And
Israel's Security Cabinet voted to remove Arafat.
September 10 (Day 253, Big Fish or Ship): A
terrorist homicide bomber tried to drive a TNT-laden SUV into a US intelligence
compound in northern Iraq. The Bali bombing mastermind was given
the death sentence. President Bush met with the Dalai Lama.
And frogs have invaded a New Jersey shopping center.
September 9 (Day 252, Wall): Two Palestinian
terrorist homicide bombers struck Israel in separate bombings hours apart.
One of the waterspouts today was near Lignumvitae Key, which means tree
of life. And Hurricane Isabel increased to 115 knots.
September 8 (Day 251, Arrogance): NASA
released it's Implementation Plan for Return to Flight and Beyond,
and the angels called it a skink. Arafat nominated a new Palestinian
Prime Minister. And Hurricane Isabel strengthened to 110 knots.
September 6 (Day 249, Time Before Pentecost):
Palestinians are in disarray after Prime Minister, Mahmoud Abbas, resigned.
Tropical Depression Henri crossed the Florida peninsula. And Hurricane
Isabel was named in the Atlantic.
September 5 (Day 248, Inheritance of the Levites):
104 knot winds, Hurricane Fabian scored a direct hit on Bermuda.
Bermuda appeared as the pupil of the eye to herald Zechariah's prophecy
of the Second Advent. And Tropical Storm Henri was named off Florida
in the Gulf of Mexico.
September 3 (Day 246, Pregnancy): NASA
administrator Sean O'Keefe and Columbia Accident Investigation Board (CAIB)
chairman, Ret. Navy Adm. Harold W. Gehman Jr., testified before the Senate
committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. The weather angels
marked the spot.
September 2 (Day 245, Victory Over the Stronghold):
Arafat again took center stage in Middle East diplomacy and declared the
Road Map dead. Typhoon Dujuah hit China, and Hurricane Fabian appeared
with the face of a horse.
August 30 (Day 242, Baal, the Bear, Russia): A
Russian nuclear submarine sank in a gale in the Barents Sea as it was being
towed to a scrap yard and killed 9 of the 10 crew onboard.
Fabian became the third hurricane of the season. And Tropical Storm
Grace was named in the Gulf of Mexico.
August 26 (Day 238, Dying in the Wilderness):
final report of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board (CAIB) was issued.
It was heralded by the tornado angels.
August 24 (Day 236, Ai): Packing winds
of 90 knots, Hurricane Ignacio skirted the tip of the Baja California peninsula
and entered the Sea of Cortes (Gulf of California). A forest fire
has swept through Kelowna, British Columbia and force the evacuation of
26,000. And Israel killed 4 Hamas terrorists in a missile strike.
August 22 (Day 234, Division of the Land): Israel
killed three terrorists and divided the Gaza Strip into three sections
while an estimated 100,000 Palestinians attended the funeral of an Hamas
leader. Bush visited the forest fire holocaust in Oregon and froze
assets of Hamas supporters from Europe.
August 19 (Day 231, Evil King): Terrorists
blew up the United Nations compound in Baghdad and a bus in Jerusalem.
A thunderstorm flooded Las Vegas. And Barry Bonds homered to beat
August 16 (Day 228, Cosmic Stronghold): Tropical
Storm Erika made landfall near Matamoros, Mexico just south of the Texas
border. And the times of the transmission line failures that led
to the blackout were during President Bush's San Diego speech.
August 15 (Day 227, Horn): Israel agreed
to retreat from four more Palestinian towns. A serial sniper in West
Virginia has killed 3 people. And Tropical Storm Erika strengthened
and became better organized.
August 14 (Day 226, Political Babylon): A
massive electrical power blackout hit the northeastern USA and Canada in
an ironic Judgment of Political Babylon. The UN Security Council
approved the Iraqi Governing Council. And Tropical Storm Erika was
named west of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico.
August 13 (Day 225, Sovereignty): Three
men attempting to buy Russian surface-to-air missiles and sell them to
terrorists have been arrested and charged in an FBI sting. And two
waterspouts came ashore in Mississippi and Florida.
August 12 (Day 224, Strategy): Two terrorist
homicide bombers in Israel struck within an hour of each other and killed
2. Powerful thunderstorms with drenching rain and damaging wind pounded
central Texas. And there were two waterspouts in Florida.
August 11 (Day 223, Spiritual Uptrend): In
one of the rarest and most spectacular events in baseball, Atlanta Braves
shortstop Rafael Furcal turned the 12th unassisted triple play in major
league history. NATO took over peace keeping responsibilities in
Afghanistan. And the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose up 26.
August 10 (Day 222, Cursing): Israeli
Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, declared the Road Map for peace on hold until
the Palestinians dismantle terrorist organizations. Five whales that
beached in Florida April 18th were released. England hit a new heat
record. And there was a tornado in Plantation, Florida.
August 8 (Day 220, Cursing): A tornado
suddenly appeared in a thunderstorm yesterday over West Palm Beach, Florida
and ripped through the suburbs of Palm Beach Gardens and Riviera Beach.
The Army's 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division began
arriving in Fort Stewart, Georgia today. And President Bush planned
August 7 (Day 219, Federal Judiciary): A
car bomb exploded outside the Jordanian Embassy in Baghdad. The weather
angels heralded the bombing with a picture of the incest of Lot along the
Mississippi River Valley. And the Dow was up 64.
August 6 (Day 218, Pillar): Israel
released 334 Palestinian prisoners today. And the Dow was up 25.
August 4 (Day 216, Sanctification): A
Jim Beam bourbon warehouse in Bardstown, Kentucky burned in a towering
inferno after it was struck by lightning. Palestinian terrorists
resumed attacks on Israel. And a rainbow appeared in Brevard County,
August 2 (Day 214, Passover): A
commuter ferry and a cargo ship collided off Eleuthera in the Bahamas.
A car bomb killed a Hizbullah official in Lebanon. Arafat is holed
up with 17 terrorists. And President Bush went to Crawford, Texas
for a month-long vacation.
August 1 (Day 213, Double Blessing): A
terrorist blew up a Russian hospital on the Chechnya border. President
Bush went out for a game of golf oblivious to a weather elephant, but the
weather angels chased him down and drenched his party. And Palestinian
terrorists in the Gaza Strip rallied for Saddam's dead sons.
July 31 (Day 212, Authority): The
Israeli Knesset passed a law that would force Palestinians who marry Israelis
to live separate lives or move out of Israel. And there are signs
of missionary success in Iraq.
July 30 (Day 211, Witness): The
Hand of the Ancient of Days, the theophany of God, appeared on the SPC
Storm graphic. This is a dire warning of grace before Judgment upon
the entire USA.
July 29 (Day 210, Providential Preventative Suffering):
by a common vision of premillennial peace, President Bush met with Israeli
Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, at the White House. The interim
Governing Council of Iraq elected 9 men to a rotating presidency.
And the Dow fell 62 points.
July 27 (Day 208, New Birth): Operation
Footstool was portrayed on the SPC Storm graphic, which is a dire warning
for the USA. Lance Armstrong rode into history today with
his fifth straight victory in the Tour de France. He was also the
fifth person to win five tours. Bob Hope died. And the
Israeli Cabinet agreed to release 540 Palestinian prisoners.
July 26 (Day 207, Category): Lance
Armstrong kept his lead in the Tour de France after finishing third today
in pouring rain under a weather elephant. Three
strong earthquakes have struck northern Japan. Japan's Parliament
voted to send troops to Iraq. And Tropical Depression #7 made landfall
July 25 (Day 206, Man): President
bush met with Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmoud Abbas, in the White House.
elderly Florida man drove through a fruit stand at the Flagler Beach farmer's
market. Colin McMillan, President Bush's nominee for Navy Secretary,
committed suicide. Tropical Depression #7 formed. A Florida
marina burned, and the Dow rose 172.
July 23 (Day 204, Weakness): Violent
thunderstorms raked the Tennessee and Ohio valleys yesterday. Brooklyn
Councilman James Davis was gunned down in the New York City Hall.
A gunman shot three women in the Century 21 office in northeast San Antonio.
And Typhoon Imbudo made landfall near Maoming on the southern coast of
July 22 (Day 203, Justice of Holy Spirit): Uday
and Qusay, the two sons of Saddam Hussein were killed by US soldiers in
Mosul in northern Iraq. Former Prisoner of War, Jessica Lynch,
returned to her home. And Super Typhoon Imbudo
hit Luzon in the Philippines.
July 21 (Day 202, Division): The worst
damage from the 14 tornadoes reported last night was on Peace Avenue in
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Lance Armstrong recovered from a wreck
and charged ahead to win Stage 15 of the Tour de France. Typhoon
Koni barreled over Hainan Island, and Super Typhoon Imbudo is bearing down
July 20 (Day 201, Unity): There have
been tropical storms in tropical storms in the Ecumenical, Political, and
Cosmic theaters this week. Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade
for Christ, died. Lightning struck a Utah family of five. Ariel
Sharon met with Abu Mazen. And a plane crash in Africa killed 12
July 16 (Day 197, Reduction in Force): A
man in his 80s drove through two blocks of a crowed market in Santa Monica,
California and left a trail of dead bodies behind. Palestinian
Prime Minister Abu Mazen was invited to the White House. And
the Dow fell 34.
July 15 (Day 196, Spoils of Victory): Hurricane
Claudette made landfall at Matagorda, Texas with 70 knot winds. And
the Governing Council of Iraq agreed to set up a war crimes tribunal
to try Saddam Hussein and other Baathist criminals.
July 14 (Day 195, Hero): Israeli Prime
Minister, Ariel Sharon, had dinner with British Prime Minister,
Tony Blair, tonight. A Palestinian terrorist killed an Israeli with
a knife. And Lance Armstrong avoided a wreck in which Joseba Beloki
was injured in the Tour de France.
July 13 (Day 194): A new Iraqi Governing
Council appointed by the US Administration was introduced. Lance
Armstrong took the overall lead in the Tour de France. Tropical Storm
Claudette is in the Gulf of Mexico. And jazz legend, Benny Carter,
July 8 (Day 189, Authority Counterattack): President
Bush followed in Clinton's footsteps and visited Goree Island to begin
his 5-nation African tour. The sole survivor of a plane crash
in Sudan was a little boy. Five were found dead in a California home,
and 5 were killed in a Mississippi factory. And Tropical Storm Claudette
July 7 (Day 188, Blessing): The first
day of the annual running of the bulls through the streets of Pamplona,
Spain began. Lightning struck a Dave Matthews Band concert
yesterday in Wisconsin. The Columbia Investigation team produced
tile damage with foam. And General Tommy Franks retired.
July 6 (Day 187, Donkey): A mass bicycle
wreck in the final kilometer sent 150 riders onto highway in the last turn
of the Tour de France Stage 1. And 14 bicyclists were injured
when a car drove through the pack of cyclists in St. Petersburg, Florida.
July 5 (Day 186, Arab Persecution of the Jew):
winds that ravaged Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan broke large trees off
at the trunks and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands. Seven
people drowned yesterday in Lake Michigan.
July 4 (Day 185, Eye or Spy): July 4th
celebrations of the 227th Anniversary of the USA were marked by cursing.
A frame fell on the stage at the dedication of the National Constitution
Center and narrowly missed the guest of honor, Supreme Court Justice, Sandra
Day O'Connor. And a dust devil stopped a Church party in Montana
by injuring 4 on a portable slide.
July 2 (Day 183, High Priest): Israel
turned over Bethlehem to the Palestinian Authority. Last night a
factory worker in Missouri killed 3 employees and himself. A semi-truck
loaded with fireworks exploded in Bonita Springs, Florida and killed 4,
and lightning set off fireworks shells in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
June 30 (Day 181): Tropical Storm Bill made
landfall near Houma, Louisiana with 52 knot winds at 2:30 PM CDT (1930
GMT). A man with a Samurai sword killed two people in California.
The British House of Commons voted to ban fox hunting. A gas canister
exploded and destroyed a two-story house in Tel Aviv. And Palestinian
terrorists murdered one.
June 29 (Day 180, Pillar): A third story
back porch collapsed during a party in Chicago and killed 12. The
Israeli Army retreated from the northern Gaza Strip. And Tropical
Storm Bill was named in the Gulf of Mexico.
June 28 (Day 179, Hardness of the Heart): US
National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice is in Jericho where she met
with Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas. And the Boston Red
Sox 25-8 defeat of the Florida Marlins last night set a new record for
the most runs scored before the first out.
June 25 (Day 176, Skill): A swarm of
tornadoes ravaged South Dakota and the neighboring states of Nebraska and
Minnesota. And Palestinian terrorist groups reportedly signed a 3-month
cease-fire agreement in Cairo.
June 23 (Day 174, Spiritual Freedom): The
mayor declared Deshler, Nebraska a wasteland after devastating tornadoes,
rain, and hail yesterday evening. A truck carrying beehives overturned
in Claycomo, Missouri and released 25 million bees. And Jewish rabbis
at a conference in Jerusalem rejected the Road Map for peace as a violation
of the Bible.
June 22 (Day 173, Freedom): The
Quartet met at a Dead Sea resort in Jordan to try to salvage the failed
Road Map for peace. A flood watch is in effect in 18 Florida counties
after heavy rains last week. And a flood gate on the Manatee River
June 21 (Day 172, Internal Gates): A
convoy believed to be carrying Saddam Hussein was blown up by US Hellfire
missiles, and DNA tests are underway to identify Saddam.The fifth Harry
Potter book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, went on
sale at midnight. Harry Potter mania is due to the power of Baal.
June 20 (Day 171, Strait): Three
members of a Jewish family from New York were shot in Israel by Hamas terrorists.
A wild fire burning out of control on Arizona's Mt. Lemmon has destroyed
250 homes. A runaway train traveled 27 miles before derailing in
Los Angeles. And Colin Powell visited Israel and the Palestinians.
June 18 (Day 169, Running the Course): Race
riots have raged in Benton Harbor, Michigan for the last two days. The
US Justice Department banned federal law enforcement officers from racial
profiling. And the US military captured Saddam Hussein's top aide
and presidential secretary.
June 16 (Day 167, Giving): Raging
torrents from swollen creeks and rivers rushed through parts of Charleston,
West Virginia and surrounding communities. The Supreme Court upheld
strict limitations on family visits to inmates. And the Dow
was up 201.
June 15 (Day 166, Worldliness): The
32-foot Taki Tooo fishing boat sank after being hit by a large wave off
the coast of Garibaldi, Oregon. And US military forces swooped into
Iraqi homes in the dead of night in search of illegal heavy weapons.
June 13 (Day 164, Weakness): In
another shakeup, NASA Administrator, Sean O'Keefe, has transferred Kennedy
Space Center Directory, Roy D. Bridges, Jr., to Center Director of Langley
Research Center in Hampton, Va. The angels heralded the event with
buzzards and butterflies. And Roger Clemens won his 300th game.
June 12 (Day 163, Outcast): The
Israeli Air Force carried out its fifth missile attack in 48 hours as it
struck the car of a senior Hamas terrorist. Hamas vowed revenge.
A spectacular meteor appeared over New Zealand. Severe weather raked
the country. And a pregnant woman in Michigan was impaled on a speaker
June 11 (Day 162, The End): The
Road Map for peace was blown up today when a Palestinian homicide bomber
blew himself up on an Israeli bus in downtown Jerusalem. A trailer
carrying armored vehicles from the Iraq War jackknifed in Leicester, England
and caused a wreck that killed 5. And the Dow was up 128.
June 10 (Day 161, Income Tax): An
Israeli missile attack on the car of senior Hamas leader, Abdel Aziz Rantisi
failed. There were 35 tornadoes reported yesterday, mostly in Nebraska.
And the House planned bigger tax cuts to high-income couples and members
of the armed forces to tack onto the child tax credits bill.
June 9 (Day 160, Sanctification): Israeli
soldiers began tearing down settlements in the West Bank to implement the
Road Map for peace. But Abu Mazen said he would not use force against
militant groups who are terrorizing Israel. Tornadoes, a waterspout,
and angelic art explained these events.
June 8 (Day 159, Simeon Criminality): Five
Israeli soldiers were killed from an attack by Palestinian terrorists at
the Erez checkpoint in the northern Gaza Strip and from terrorists in Hebron.
June 7 (Day 158, Levite): Empire
Maker won the 135th Belmont Stakes to deny Funny Cide the Triple Crown.
And more tornadoes struck the central USA in North Dakota, Minnesota, and
June 6 (Day 157, Zebulun): In
a test to determine the cause of the Columbia disaster, a piece of foam
fired into wing panel, cracked it. Tornadoes heralded the
test results. A twin-engine plane crashed in Christchurch,
New Zealand, and a single-engine plane crashed in Los Angeles. And
an earthquake struck Kentucky.
June 5 (Day 156, Dropping): President
Bush visited US troops in Qatar, which served as the combat operations
center for the Iraq War. Tornadoes over the central US called attention
to the Good Land that God gave Israel. And the Dow was up 2.
June 4 (Day 155, Grace Blessing): President
Bush proclaimed at the Aqaba Summit that "the Holy Land must be shared
between the state of Palestine and the state of Israel." The Summit
was heralded by tornadoes in Texas and a head-on train collision in Spain.
And the Dow cracked 9,000.
June 3 (Day 154, Salvation): President
Bush met with Arab leaders at Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt over the Road Map
for peace. Two Muslims were convicted in Detroit of being a terrorist
conspiracy and a third was convicted of fraud. Three immigrants were
found dead in a Texas rail car. And the Dow was up 25.
June 2 (Day 153, Big Fish or Ship): President
Bush went down to Egypt for help in imposing the Road Map for peace on
Israel and the Palestinians. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated the 50th
Anniversary of her coronation. And 4 US soldiers and 4 civilian contractors
were released by Iran after being captured yesterday.
June 1 (Day 152, Wall): President
Bush met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in St. Petersburg, and certified
that both countries had ratified the Moscow Treaty for nuclear arms reduction.
The G-8 Summit opened in Evian, France.
May 31 (Day 151, Arrogance): President
Bush toured the former Nazi death camps at Auschwitz and Birkenau before
traveling to St. Petersburg. Fugitive, Eric Rudolph, who had been
on the FBI 10 Most Wanted, was captured. Tornadoes swarmed over Illinois
again. And there was an annular eclipse of the Sun
May 30 (Day 150, Cover): A two-headed
tortoise has been born in Wellington, South Africa. President Bush
traveled to Poland. And the Dow gained 139.
May 29 (Day 149, Time Before Pentecost): Israeli
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon met the Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmoud
Abbas (Abu Mazen), in Jerusalem over the Road Map for peace. The
meeting was heralded by a tornado swarm in Illinois.
May 28 (Day 148, Inheritance of the Levites):
9 inches of rain flooded Broward County, Florida around Fort Lauderdale
with water 2 1/2 feet deep. The suspect in the Louisiana serial killings
was arrested in Atlanta. And President Bush announced plans to go
down to Egypt and Jordan for Road Map summits.
May 26 (Day 146, Pregnancy): Memorial
Day brought a new message of the death of the Diaspora. A
plane carrying Spanish peace keeping soldiers home from Afghanistan crashed
and burned in Turkey and killed all onboard. A strong earthquake
hit northern Japan. And a suspect has been named in the Louisiana
May 25 (Day 145, Victory Over the Stronghold):
Israeli Cabinet of Ariel Sharon approved the Road Map for peace.
Waterspouts and tornadoes in Florida and Texas heralded Israel's approval
of the Road Map. A boiler in the cruise ship, SS Norway, exploded
in a Miami port. An airliner blew off a Texas runway. And ferries
collided near Manila.
May 24 (Day 144, Suffering): In
a scene reminiscent of Jonah, a sailor on the Navy amphibious assault ship,
USS Nassau, fell overboard yesterday on the way home from the Persian Gulf.
And the Israeli Cabinet of Ariel Sharon is set to approve the Road Map
for peace tomorrow, two days after Sharon agreed to it.
May 23 (Day 143, Fulfillment): Israeli
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced that he was ready to accept the Road
Map for peace. A mass wreck blocked Interstate 68 in northern Maryland.
Congress approved President Bush's third tax cut. And the Japanese
Prime Minister visited President Bush at his Texas ranch.
May 21 (Day 141, Happiness): A bomb
exploded in an empty classroom at the Yale University law school.
A strong earthquake struck Algeria. A Florida appeals court threw
out a $145 billion award against the tobacco industry. Christie Whitman
resigned from the EPA. And Tropical Storm Andres was named yesterday
in the Pacific.
May 20 (Day 140, Passover): A
lone whirlwind on a clear day hunted down the owner of a garage in Lebanon,
Maine and killed him. The NASA MSFC Director responsible for managing
the External Tank, stepped down. And President Bush called new Palestinian
Prime Minister, Abu Mazen, for the first time.
May 19 (Day 139, Sin Unto Death): A
19-year old Palestinian female terrorist homicide bomber blew herself up
at an Israeli Mall in Afula. A US Marine Corps CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter
crashed into a canal near Karbala. The Dow took a big dive down 185.
And President Bush entertained Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
at the White House.
May 18 (Day 138, Dying in the Wilderness): Hamas
terrorist, homicide bombers blew up the Road Map for peace. They
blew up an Israeli bus this morning and killed two settlers last night.
Sharon postponed his trip to Washington to deal with the crisis.
US tornadoes heralded the issues of the day.
May 17 (Day 137, Warrior): Terrorist
homicide bombers hit five locations in Casablanca, Morocco last night.
Ariel Sharon held a peace summit with Palestinian Prime Minister, Abu Mazen.
And Funny Cide won the 128th Preakness by 9 lengths.
May 16 (Day 136, Ai): More tornadoes
struck Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, and Tennessee overnight. Saeb Erekat,
the top Palestinian peace negotiator, resigned. And the Dow fell
May 15 (Day 135, Rest from Enemies): This
year's first total lunar eclipse occurred over North and South America
tonight. The Senate passed a $350 billion tax cut bill. And
country music legend, June Carter, died.
May 14 (Day 134, Division of the Land): After
nine days of digging in an Iraqi mass grave, about 3,000 sets of bones
are lying in the Sun. The Russian the lower house of Parliament voted
to approve a treaty with the US to reduce strategic nuclear weapons.
Immigrants died in a semi trailer in Texas. And Hall of Famer, Dave
May 12 (Day 132, Conspiracy): A Texas
mother killed 2 of her sons early Saturday morning, May 10th, with rocks.
US Secretary of State, Colin Powell, went down to Egypt for help with the
Road Map for peace. And explosions in a terrorist attack rocked the
Saudi capital of Riyadh where westerners were staying.
May 11 (Day 131, Evil King): US
Secretary of State, Colin Powell failed to make progress on the implementation
of the Road Map for peace, which he negotiated with the decadent Europeans,
Russia, and the UN. More swarms of tornadoes blasted Missouri and
Illinois. And there has been a major reorganization in the US civil
administration of Iraq.
May 10 (Day 130, Double Blessing): A
record 298 tornadoes have been reported to the National Weather Service
in the past week. More tornadoes struck the USA from Virginia to
Oklahoma. And Colin Powell arrived in Israel to push the Road Map
May 9 (Day 129, Victory Over Edom): Passengers
were sucked out the rear door of a cargo plane over DR Congo. A domestic
terrorist shot up a Cleveland business school. More tornadoes hit
the Midwest. Colin Powell left for Israel, an Bush went to New Mexico.
A Black Hawk crash killed 3. The North Carolina governor was in a
NASCAR wreck. And NASA appointed a new Shuttle Program Manager.
May 8 (Day 128, Cosmic Stronghold): Another
tornado returned to Oklahoma City this afternoon and devastated southern
and eastern parts of the city. After heavy rainfall, there was flooding
in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. And a train hit a bus loaded
with German tourists in Hungary.
May 7 (Day 127, Horn): More swarms of
tornadoes crossed the Mississippi and brought death and destruction last
night. A freight train in Michigan derailed after a beaver
dam broke and washed out the trackbed. And retired FBI agent, James
J. Smith, was indicted in a China spying case.
May 6 (Day 126, Political Babylon): Israeli
Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, cannot accept the Road Map for Middle East
peace because it does not require Palestinians to give up the right of
return. More tornadoes hit Mississippi and Tennessee. And an
Amtrak train wrecked in Georgia.
May 5 (Day 125, Sovereignty): Swarms
of killer tornadoes devastated cities and subdivisions in three states:
Kansas, Missouri, and Tennessee. A mayor and city council members
became the first freely-elected leaders in Iraq today. And US ASS
(Assistant Secretary of State) William Burns met with Palestinian Prime
Minister, Abu Mazen.
May 4 (Day 124, Strategy): Peace activist
and dove, Amram Mitzna resigned as chairman of the Labor Party. And violent
tornadoes devastated parts of Kansas and Missouri.
May 3 (Day 123, Spiritual Uptrend): Funny
Cide won the 129th Kentucky Derby and became the first gelding to win since
1929. New Hampshire's Old Man of the Mountain fell. US Secretary
of State Colin Powell met Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. And the
Space Station Expedition 6 crew landed in Kazakhstan 248 nautical
miles short of its target.
May 2 (Day 122, Cursing): Yesterday,
President Bush flew to the USS Abrahamic Lincoln aircraft carrier in the
Pacific and announced the end of the combat phase of the Iraq War.
The visit was heralded by the weather angels. And US Secretary of
State Colin Powell traveled to Damascus, Syria.
May 1 (Day 121, Providential Preventative Suffering):
A strong earthquake of magnitude 6.4 Richter struck Turkey. Tornadoes
were reported from Colorado to Illinois. And there were more indictments
against Enron execs.
April 30 (Day 120, Authority):
The US presented the Road Map for Middle East peace to Israel and the Palestinians.
This was heralded by tornadoes in Texas, Colorado, and California.
Palestinian Prime Minister, Abu Mazen and his 24-member cabinet were sworn
in. And the Dow fell 22.
April 29 (Day 119, Witness of the Federal Judiciary):
The Palestinian Legislative Council approved Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)
as Prime Minister along with his cabinet. A Palestinian homicide
bomber blew himself in Tel Aviv. And an earthquake struck Alabama
April 28 (Day 118, Witness of a Pillar):
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying the Expedition 7 crew docked with the
Space Station this morning at 0556 GMT. And President Bush visited
Dearborn, Michigan in an obvious appeal for Iraqi and Arab support.
April 26 (Day 116, Witness of Sanctification):
A huge arms depot exploded near Rasheed Air Base in the Zafaranyah suburb
southeast of Baghdad in an act of sabotage. Florida, Alabama, and Georgia
were raked by tornadoes and thunderstorms. And the Expedition
7 Space Station Crew were launched from Russia.
April 25 (Day 115, Witness of Covering):
Tornadoes plowed through Mississippi and neighboring states. At
least 17 tornadoes were reported in Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Kansas,
April 24 (Day 114, Witness of Passover):
North Texas was hit with tornadoes, hail, and straight line winds that
damaged or destroyed 48 homes in Johnson County. A teen at Red Lion
Junior High near York, Pennsylvania shot and killed his Principal.
And a Palestinian homicide bomber killed one and injured 13 in Israel.
April 23 (Day 113, Witness of Double Blessing):
Yasser Arafat agreed to the cabinet proposed by Prime Minister-designate,
Abu Mazen. Ron Dittemore confirmed his resignation from NASA.
Lions killed an animal handler in Japan. And Tropical Storm Ana survived
April 22 (Day 112, Witness of Authority): The
Shiite Muslims who flocked to their holy city of Karbala were engaged in
a Baal counterattack upon the new government in Iraq. Ana became
the first tropical storm in April in history. Nashville songwriter
Felice Bryant died. The Dow rose up 156. And the last 7 Florida
whales are improving.
April 21 (Day 111, Witness of Truth):
Retired Lt. Gen. Jay Garner, who will be in charge of reconstruction and
humanitarian relief in Iraq, visited Baghdad. Subtropical Storm Ana
became the first named storm of the 2003 hurricane season. The last
7 beached whales are dying in Florida. And the Dow was down 8.
April 20 (Day 110, Witness): Typhoon
Kujira with 100 knot winds is east of the Philippines, though it is veering
off to the north. With less than 48 hours to form a cabinet, Abu
Mazen issued another ultimatum to Arafat. And seven of the whales
stranded in the Florida Keys were still being treated today.
April 19 (Day 109, Plagues of Egypt): Palestinian
Prime Minister-designate Abu Mazen and Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser
Arafat are at odds over a new cabinet. The US POW's arrived safely
home. The Israeli Army pushed into the Rafah refugee camp in the
Gaza Strip. And NASA's Shuttle Program Manager, Ron Dittemore, is
April 18 (Day 108, New Birth):
A group of 27 pilot whales were stranded off Big Pine Key, and another
five whales were close by. The angels appear to have drawn a picture
for Easter over the Middle East. The weather angels salted the capital
of Dagestan. And Marines are eating Saddam's gazelles.
April 17 (Day 107, Category):
US Special Forces captured Barzan Ibrahim Hasan al-Tikriti, a half-brother
of Saddam Hussein. And animals are languishing in the Baghdad zoo.
April 16 (Day 106, Man): At least
10 tornadoes were reported yesterday in Texas and Oklahoma. President
Bush visited a Boeing F-18 factory in St. Louis. He signed a $79
billion bill to fund the Iraq War, reward allies, and help the airlines.
And bees are still swarming in Titusville after their beekeeper was killed
in a wreck.
April 15 (Day 105, Giant): US
Special Operations forces in Baghdad captured Abul Abbas, the leader of
the hijacking of the Achille Lauro in 1985. Dust storms with wind
gusts of 130 mph caused an 11 car wreck that killed two people in New Mexico.
And the Dow was up 51.
April 14 (Day 104, Weakness): Tikrit
fell to the US Marines and the Iraq War was won, since the last major battle
had been fought. A domestic terrorist armed with an AK-47 assault
rifle opened fire in a New Orleans high school gym and killed one and injured
3. Three US soldiers were killed in safety failures. And the
Dow went up 147.
April 13 (Day 103, Justice of Holy Spirit):
All seven US Prisoner's of War were freed today and are safe in US custody.
And the Battle of Tikrit began as US Marines advanced into the city.
April 11 (Day 101, Unity): The
northern Iraqi city of Mosul surrendered to US Special Forces after most
Iraqis fled during the night. A whirlwind rolled up the east coast and
brought coastal flooding to North Carolina along with rain and snow.
And the Dow fell 17.
April 10 (Day 100, Maximum Divine Good Production):
northern Iraq city of Kirkuk surrendered today to US-backed Kurdish forces
without resistance. The Lord gave the victory. The Concorde
supersonic jet is being retired. And the Dow was up 23.
April 9 (Day 99, Almost But Not Quite):
As the US Army and Marines pushed into downtown Baghdad, the Iraqi resistance
suddenly evaporated. There was dancing in the streets. And
the Dow fell 100.
April 8 (Day 98, Glory Has Departed):
A US warplane bombed a residence where Saddam Hussein and his two sons
were believed to be meeting with other Iraqi leaders. President Bush
and Tony Blair held a Summit in Northern Ireland. A bee truck overturned
in Florida. And the government of Iraq is crumbling.
April 7 (Day 97, Reduction in Force):
In a raid into the heart of the Baghdad, the US 3rd Infantry Division seized
two Presidential Palaces and decided to stay. President Bush and
Prime Minister Blair are holding a Summit at Hillsborouh Castle in
Northern Ireland. And Syracuse won the NCAA championship.
April 6 (Day 96, Spoils of Victory):
A US C-130 military transport plane became the first US plane to land at
the newly captured Baghdad Airport. British military forces took
over most of Basra in a major assault. A US warplane bombed a Kurd
convoy. Hail storms hit North Texas and Oklahoma. And the trial
of Marwan Barghouti began in Israel.
April 5 (Day 95, Hero): The US
Army's 3rd Infantry Division drove tanks through the center of Baghdad
in a daring reconnaissance show of force. Syracuse and Kansas won
in the NCAA tournament. And a Florida Sunset portrayed the quest
for Saddam Hussein in his bunkers.
April 4 (Day 94): After US forces
rode to victory over the Republican Guard and arrived at the gates of Baghdad,
Saddam Hussein appeared on television. Three Iraqis who spied for
the CIA in the attempted decapitation attack of Saddam Hussein, were executed.
A US soldier has been charged with murder. And a small plane crashed
in Leominster, Massachusetts.
April 3 (Day 93, Guilt): The US
Army 3rd Infantry Division seized Saddam International Airport southwest
of Baghdad with very little resistance. A US Navy F-18C Hornet was
shot down, and a Black Hawk helicopter crashed. And the lights went
out in Baghdad.
April 2 (Day 92, Homeborn Slave):
US ground forces blasted through two Republican Guard Divisions defending
Baghdad and advanced within 20 miles of Baghdad. And Colin Powell
secured access agreements with Turkey.
April 1 (Day 91,
Coup de Grace):
US Prisoner of War, Army Pfc. Jessica Lynch, 19, has been rescued from
a building in Nasiriyah. A hijacked Cuban plane with 31 people onboard,
landed in Key West, Florida. And baseball's opening game between
New York and Toronto symbolized the Iraq War and the meaning of 2003.
March 30 (Day 89, Authority Counterattack):
Hungry US Marines in the desert of central Iraq were delighted when Iraqi
refugees gave them food to eat. Bedouins in need of water in the
Iraqi desert received help from US Marines. A US helicopter crash
killed 3. A man was murdered in church. And a Palestinian terrorist
bombing occurred in Netanya, Israel.
March 29 (Day 88, Blessing): A
homicide bomber in a taxi killed four US soldiers at a checkpoint north
of An Najaf. Two US soldiers were killed in Afghanistan. Turkey
and Saudi Arabia banned cruise missile overflights. King George III
appeared to rise from the grave. And Marquette beat Kentucky.
March 28 (Day 87, Donkey): Tornadoes
ripped through the Miami area and other parts of Florida hours after the
Bush-Blair Summit yesterday. The Florida storms were described as
having Biblical proportions. And a Turkish plane on a domestic flight
was hijacked and flown to Greece.
March 26 (Day 85, Eye, Spy): As
British Prime Minister Tony Blair's plane approached Andrews Air Force
Base in Maryland for a summit with Bush, lightning struck the left wing.
President Bush visited the US Central Command in Tampa, Florida.
New clues of left wing damage were found in the Shuttle probe. And
a huge weather elephant appeared east of Baghdad.
March 25 (Day 84, Weakness of Church):
Unable to see in the howling sandstorm, the US armored divisions advancing
on Baghdad stopped and waited today. The Battle of Baghdad was delayed
for a lesson on Divine Sovereignty. By day's end, the US decided
to retreat from Baghdad to fight in the South. And the Dow rose up
March 24 (Day 83, High Priest):
An angel, and not the Iraqi Army, stopped the US Army's 3rd Infantry Division
as it raced toward the Shiite holy city of Karbala. A Throne Angel
appeared over Iraq on the weather map. And the Dow took a sharp dive
March 23 (Day 82, Historical Breakpoint):
In the sharpest ground engagement of the war, the tide abruptly changed
and US Marines took heavy casualties. An owl perched on the USS John
S. McCain. And the weather angels clarified the scene with elephants
over California and Florida.
March 22 (Day 81): A US soldier apparently
turned into a terrorist and rolled grenades into command tents of
the US 101st Airborne Division in northern Kuwait. And storks migrating
from Africa to Europe are arriving in Jordan at about 1,000 per day.
March 21 (Day 80, Strength): The air war in
Iraq began tonight with an awesome bombardment of Baghdad that set selected
buildings ablaze. The US suffered the first combat casualties today
with 6 killed from combat and a helicopter crash. Turkey finally
allowed overflights. And the Dow Average for the week was the best
March 20 (Day 79, Hardness of the Heart): The
Iraq ground invasion began tonight about 9:00 PM local time without the
great fanfare of a major bombing campaign. And the first large Spring
swarm of tornadoes swept through the southeastern USA with killer tornadoes
March 19 (Day 78, Sexual Abuse): The
Iraq War began with an attempted decapitation strike against Saddam Hussein
who was meeting in a bunker with his top generals. The weather angels
heralded the attack with tornadoes in Louisiana and a satellite image of
Baghdad. Cuba cracked down on dissidents. And a hijacked
Cuban airliner landed in Key West.
March 18 (Day 77, Reverse Process Reversionism):
North Carolina tobacco farmer sitting on his tractor in a pool near the
Washington Monument held police at bay. A man was convicted of killing
an abortion doctor. And a blizzard in the image of a horse shut down
parts of Wyoming and Colorado.
March 17 (Day 76, Skill): President
Bush delivered his long awaited war ultimatum to Saddam Hussein.
He gave Saddam and his sons 48 hours to get out of town or face the wrath
March 16 (Day 75, Sovereignty): President
Bush went to the tiny island of Terceira in the Azores to meet with Britain's
Tony Blair and Spain's Jose Maria Aznar over Iraq.
March 14 (Day 73, Freedom): In a speech
in the White House rose garden President Bush declared support for a Palestinian
state and offered to release the road map for peace immediately after the
confirmation of a Palestinian prime minister. And the President will
attend a summit in the Azores to address the failed UN Iraq war resolution.
March 13 (Day 72, Internal Gates): After
President Bush's week-long telephone and media blitz to secure a resolution
for a war with Iraq, he has suffered another agonizing defeat. Passengers
on an Hawaii to San Francisco flight were injured when the plane hit a
weather elephant. And UCLA beat No. 1 Arizona.
March 10 (Day 69, Running the Course): Heavy
rains caused widespread flooding in northeast Florida and southeast Georgia.
Today is Osama bin Laden's 46th birthday. The Palestinian parliament
approved the new post of prime minister. And Bush backed down in
the UN Security Council over an Iraq war resolution.
March 8 (Day 67, Giving): The
lights of Broadway went out in New York after the musicians went on strike.
Israel killed the top Hamas military terrorist and three of his bodyguards
in a helicopter missile strike. UN civilian staff are withdrawing
from the Iraqi-Kuwait border. And Kentucky beat Florida to win the
Southeastern Conference title.
March 6 (Day 65, Going Down): An
Air Algerie passenger jet crashed on takeoff and killed 102 of the 103
passengers. The first public hearing of the Columbia Accident Investigation
Board was held. Connecticut officials have quarantined 4.7 million
chickens. And President Bush held a news conference on his Iraq policy.
March 5 (Day 64, Weakness): A Palestinian
terrorist blew himself up on an Israeli bus in Haifa. A pit-bull
dog attacked an 8-year old boy on the school ground in Orlando. And
after France, Germany, and Russia said they would oppose any Iraq war resolution
in the UN, Colin Powell delivered a speech with new evidence against Iraq.
March 3 (Day 62, The End): In an early
morning raid in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli Army arrested Mohammed Taha,
a political founder of Hamas. Survivors were found from a small plane
that crashed in Massachusetts. A passenger at Chicago's O'Hare airport
was stung by a scorpion. And a cornerstone was symbolized on today's
March 2 (Day 61, Income Tax): Florida
was pounded with hail around Keystone Heights. And the weather angels
gave a tribute to Marian Pearl, the widow of Daniel Pearl.
March 1 (Day 60, Worldly Production): Khalid
Shaikh Mohammed, the suspected mastermind of the September 11th terrorists
attack on the US, was arrested in Pakistan. Turkey voted against
allowing US troops into the country to attack Iraq. The Arab League
opposed an attack on Iraq. And a US Airways flight was diverted to
February 27 (Day 58, Levite): The new
Israeli government coalition of Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, with 68 seats
was approved by the Knesset. Governor Jeb Bush's plane was struck
by lightning today. And the UN Security Council consideration of
what to do about Iraq was described as chaos.
February 26 (Day 57, Zebulun): Saddam
Hussein is calling upon Allah as the Sovereign God Almighty, while President
Bush is not only ready to destroy the sovereign nation of Iraq, but to
build a democracy to replace it as an example of a future Palestinian state.
And Britain's House of Commons is backing Tony Blair in the UN.
February 25 (Day 56, Dropping): The
oldest American man died at the age of 113 in Lakeland, Florida.
A Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Kuwait. Ice and snow shut down
parts of the mid west. And 5 people were shot and 4 killed at a Huntsville,
Alabama unemployment office.
February 24 (Day 55, Grace Blessing): A
major earthquake of magnitude 6.8 struck Xinjiang in western China at 10:03/44
AM local time (0203/44 GMT). China rejected Colin Powell's proposal
for a coalition to pressure North Korea to end its nuclear weapons program.
And Great Britain submitted another Iraq resolution to the UN Security
February 23 (Day 54, Redemption): A
tornado that devastated parts of Athol, Kentucky symbolized the Davidic
Covenant. And three Army skydivers who parachuted into the North
Carolina Speedway were injured by the weather angels.
February 22 (Day 53, Large Fish, Ship): Roofs
are collapsing in the Washington, DC area due to heavy snow and rain. A
pregnant woman stranded on an island in the River Jordan had to be rescued
by Air Force helicopter. And President Bush met with the Prime Minister
of Spain at his Crawford, Texas ranch.
February 21 (Day 52, Wall): A Rhode
Island nightclub burned to the ground during a rock concert and killed
many in the state's worst fire. A barge containing 100,000 gallons
of gasoline exploded off New York's Staten Island and burned. And
President Bush was visited by the Prime Minister of Spain at his Crawford,
February 20 (Day 51, Arrogance): Eight
people alleged to be members of a support group for the Palestinian Islamic
Jihad terrorist organization were indicted by the Federal Government.
The air force chief of Pakistan died in a plane crash. President
Bush visited Georgia. And US troops will fight Muslim terrorists
in the Philippines.
February 19 (Day 50, Pentecost, the Church): The
first terrorist in the September 11, 2001 attack on the US was convicted
in Hamburg, Germany. An Iranian military jet crashed and killed all
onboard. And the subway fire yesterday in South Korea was linked
to the smoking stove in Abraham's dream about the Abrahamic Covenant.
February 17 (Day 48, Inheritance of the Levites):
partiers at a Chicago nightclub trampled each other to death in a mad exodus
through a single door for no reason but fear. And sandhill cranes
appeared in a Florida neighborhood.
February 16 (Day 47, Peace): The worst
snowstorm of the year belted the eastern USA and brought Washington, DC
to a sanctified standstill. Tornadoes were spun off in Florida by
the same weather system. The Israeli Army entered Gaza City.
And Michael Waltrip won his second Daytona 500.
February 15 (Day 46, Pregnancy): As
millions of anti-war activists protested around the world, the images of
a lion and a lamb appeared on the weather map over California. The
lion of war and lamb of peace are symbols of the Millennium, when there
will be peace on earth.
February 14 (Day 45, Victory Over the Stronghold):
UN Weapons Inspector, Hans Blix, presented his report, the UN Security
Council, called for more inspections and rejected the US call to war with
February 12 (Day 43, Fulfillment): As
President Bush prepared for a whirlwind tour of Jacksonville, Florida Naval
Air Station tomorrow, the weather angels heralded the ultimatum, "Black
Hawk Waterloo!" And the arrival of the wreckage of Columbia in Florida
from Louisiana was accompanied by angelic signs in the sky.
February 11 (Day 42, Baal, the Bear, Russia):
Astronaut, Ilan Ramon, who died in the Columbia disaster, was buried this
afternoon in a private ceremony in the city of Nahalal, which is near the
hill of Armageddon. Ramon's burial in the Valley of Jezreel lent
further credence to the symbol of the Second Advent in his death.
February 10 (Day 41, Happiness): Fueled
by new Iraqi arms inspection concessions, an alternative peace coalition
suddenly gathered momentum for a showdown at the United Nations.
A memorial was held in Israel for fallen astronaut hero, Ilan Ramon.
And the Indian state of Rajasthan is preparing to ban the Hindu trident.
February 8 (Day 39, Sin Unto Death): US Secretary
of State, Donald Rumsfeld, was double-crossed by France and Germany, who
secretly hatched up a peace proposal to block the US war plans in Iraq.
And flocks of helicopters from the 101st Airborne "Screaming Eagles" are
filling the sky of Jacksonville, Florida Naval Air Station.
February 7 (Day 38, Dying in the Wilderness):
powerful winter snowstorm, which dumped 6 inches of snow in Washington,
DC, led to a state of emergency in the city. A mass wreck of up to
60 vehicles forced the closure of I-94 in Michigan. And four Cuban
Border Patrol agents fled to Key West in a speed boat.
February 6 (Day 37, Warrior): President
Bush delivered a war ultimatum against Iraq for producing weapons of mass
destruction, harboring terrorists, and defying the United Nations.
And Turkey's parliament agreed to allow the US to perform modifications
of military bases in preparation for a war with Iraq.
February 5 (Day 36, Ai): US Secretary
of State, Colin Powell, presented clear and convincing proof of Iraq's
lies of deception before the United Nations. The nose cone of Columbia
was retrieved from the woods near Hemphill, Texas. And the remains
of the Columbia astronauts were shipped from Barksdale Air Force Base,
Louisiana to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.
February 4 (Day 35, Rest from Enemies): A
memorial service for the Columbia
astronauts who died in the tragedy of February 1st was held at the Johnson
Space Center in Houston, Texas. President and Mrs. Bush attended.
January 31 (Day 31, Evil King): British
Prime Minister, Tony Blair, met with President Bush over Iraq at the White
House after the weather angels fogged them in. In Miami an angelic
allegory of a hijacked mail van pursued by about a hundred cops portrayed
the truth and made a mockery of Bush-Blair war plans.
January 30 (Day 30, Priest): Richard
C. Reid, an al-Qa'eda terrorist who tried to blow up an airliner with a
shoe bomb, was sentenced to life in prison. A propane tanker rolled
off an overpass in Michigan and exploded. And a US helicopter crashed
in Afghanistan and killed 4.
January 29 (Day 29, Victory Over Edom): A
massive fire sent thick, black smoke billowing into the air after a pharmaceutical
plant exploded in Kinston, North Carolina. And President Bush flew
to Grand Rapids, Michigan to push his plan for revamping Medicare.
The two symbols represent Baal as the god of war and god of peace.
January 28 (Day 28, Cosmic Stronghold): Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon and his Likud Party won Israel's parliamentary elections
in a rout of the Labor Party. President Bush delivered his annual
State of the Union address. And yesterday the weather angels on Cyprus
heralded opposition to a US attack of Iraq by hindering the British fleet
en route to the Gulf.
January 26 (Day 26, Political Babylon): Tampa
Bay won Super Bowl 37 over Oakland 48-21 in a rout. The contest represented
the war on terrorism, which is being led by Israel against the Palestinians.
January 24 (Day 24, Strategy): A
major al-Qa'eda bust in Spain netted 16 suspected al-Qa'eda terrorists.
Tom Ridge was was sworn in as the new Secretary of the Department of Homeland
Security. Three Israeli soldiers were killed by Palestinian terrorists.
Two planes collided over Denver. And it snowed in Florida.
January 22 (Day 22, Cursing): A major
earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck Colima, Mexico. A mine explosion
in West Virginia killed three and injured three. Lee Malvo, the Washington,
DC sniper, was indicted by a federal Grand Jury for murder. And Tom
Ridge was approved by the Senate as Director of Homeland Security.
January 20 (Day 20, External Gates): The
last surviving widow of a Yankee veteran died Friday, January 17th in Tennessee
and was buried today. Seven skiers were killed when they were buried
by an avalanche in Canada. And archaeologists have uncovered statues
and monuments of Nubian kings (black pharaohs) of Kush in Sudan along the
January 18 (Day 18, Pillar): In the
worst fires in 50 years, wild fires raging around the Australian capital
of Canberra have killed two people and destroyed an estimated 400 homes.
And anti-war protesters demonstrated in about 20 countries. They
marched in Washington, DC, San Francisco, Great Britain, and Japan.
January 15 (Day 15, Covering): The mysterious
rash in school children that occurred last school year in 27 states has
broken out again this year in Illinois. A madman set two apartments
afire before leaping to his death from a Philadelphia high-rise.
And Florida police are patrolling with horses in preparation for tomorrow's
launch of the first Israeli astronaut on STS-107.
January 9 (Day 9, Plagues of Egypt): A
Peruvian airliner disappeared in the mountains of the Amazon jungle.
Two Turkish F-4 jet fighters collided and killed all four onboard.
And on January 6th, a giant Hindu idol of Krishna fell in India and
killed one and injured 14.
January 8 (Day 8, New Birth): A
commuter plane crashed and killed all 21 aboard on takeoff in Charlotte,
North Carolina. Turkish Airlines Flight TK 634 crashed during landing and
killed all except 5 onboard. And a pod of pilot whales beached
on Steward Island off New Zealand.
January 3 (Day 3, Justice of Holy Spirit): A
47-year old man wielding a hatchet in each hand, ran into to Waltham Abbey
Church where he smashed stained glass windows, knocked heads off statues,
and axed the organ. And high winds of up to 125 mph swept through
France and Germany.
January 1 (Day 1, Unity): The meaning
of 2003 is the Justice of the Holy Spirit. The number, 3, stands
for the Trinity or the Justice of the Holy Spirit. The Justice is
that of God the Holy Spirit since it is the third year of a sequence that
began with 2001, 2002 and continues with 2003.
| 2000 1-1 - 6-30 | 7-1 - 12-31 | 1999 1-1 - 8-8 | 8-5 - 12-31 | 1998