South Carolina Floods
Some rainfall totals for Oct. 1-5 include:
26.88" - 6 NE Mount Pleasant, Charleston Co SCThe heaviest rain in Charleston was Oct. 3 with 9.25". This was short of the record for a 24-hour period, which is 10.57" on Sept. 7, 1933. The calendar-day record is 10.38" on June 11, 1973. Charleston is on course this month to break the monthly record of 27.24" in June 1973. Hitler rose to power as Chancellor of Germany in 1933. The number, 73, stands for freedom.
25.50" - 3 SE Cainhoy, Charleston Co SC
24.75" - Kingstree, Williamsburg Co SC
23.74" - Longs, Horry Co SC
23.61" - 5 SSE Charleston SC
as shown on the satellite weather images, Hurricane Joaquin was in the
Atlantic off the coast of South Carolina. After hovering over Crooked
Island in the Bahamas on Oct. 1 and 2, Hurricane Joaquin moved north on
Oct. 3. On Oct 4 the image of Hurricane Joaquin off South Carolina
resembles an angel with its wings raised. When an angel raises his
wings, it creates a powerful force field. This resulted in the upper
level low looping around and bringing rain into South Carolina.
The churning Hurricane Joaquin in the Atlantic and the low correspond to tandem wheels circulating counterclockwise. The two wheels symbolize Right Man and Right Woman. Hurricane Joaquin symbolizes the Right Man and the low symbolizes the Right Woman. Thus, the South Carolina floods are due to the judgment of the Right Woman. Of course a hurricane symbolizes the purifying Judgment of the Holy Spirit due to rejection of the Grace message of the pastor by the congregation like the Right Woman's rejection of the authority of the Right Man.
In the weather image of Oct. 4, an albatross was over the angel with raised wings. An albatross is a symbol of Marriage Culture. The albatross is like the eagle of the sea. It flies over the sea and only comes ashore to mate.
Released October 5, 2015