Links: Montgomery Advertiser | Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer |December 24 (Day 358, Levite): Tornadoes and high winds tore through southern Alabama, Georgia, and north Florida along the hog-faced cold front that spawned yesterday's Texas tornadoes. Twenty tornadoes and two waterspouts were reported. Five were in Alabama; 14 in Georgia, and 1 in Florida. Eight people were injured and 6 of them hospitalized after a tornado hit the Haleburg, Alabama area. The 6 who were hospitalized were members of the same family who lived in a mobile home that was destroyed. Five mobile homes were damaged and one destroyed in the area. Power was knocked out along Highway 431, and airplanes were blown over at Headland Airport.
North of Blakely, Georgia a tornado injured 2 people, destroyed a home, and damaged 25 others. A tornado damaged 10 homes and an apartment complex in Albany, Georgia. In Alma, Georgia, a 16-inch diameter tree fell on a house and damaged it. There was also flooding around Atlanta. Numerous trees and power lines were down all over the southeast due to winds of 60 mph.
In northwest Florida, in addition to a tornado at Red Bay in Walton County #36, there were two waterspouts in Walton County at Fort Walton Beach and Grayton Beach. There was also flooding along the Suwanee River.
All except 3 of the tornadoes were at 31 N., for an evil king. Most of the tornadoes were in Georgia, which represents the security of the land.
Links: CNN | CBS | AP |December 25 (Day 359, Simeon): Much of the nation is blanketed in snow from New Mexico to New York due to the winter storm that has swept the country. As the whirlwind continues up the east coast, more snow is predicted in what could be the worst Christmas storm since 1969. Snow is predicted in southern New England at the rate of 3 inches an hour. Up to a foot of snow is expected from Hartford, Connecticut to southern New Hampshire. Some areas could get about 20 inches by sunrise tomorrow.
Links: Reuters |Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro, is bedridden after scratching an insect bite. After being bitten by a mosquito or an ant, he developed lymphangitis from a staphylococcal infection of the skin. Lymphangitis means the spread of bacteria to the bloodstream. Castro, 76, published a letter on the front page of Cuban newspapers to inform the people that he was well and was optimistic about the future of the revolution. He seized power in a communist revolution in 1959.
The images of weather elephants were over the Pacific northwest, southern Texas, and off the east coast of the USA. An elephant represents a demon Commander, such as Baal.
The worst hit area of Alabama was along Highway 431 around Haleburg. The number, 431, also represents an evil king (31). Airplanes were overturned at Headland Airport. Belly-up planes are the symbol of a disaster. Alabama is the region that corresponds to law enforcement.
The tornadoes struck on December 24th, which stands for Satan's strategic attack on Israel. The cursing of this nation is directly tied to the Middle East peace process and rejection of the Abrahamic Covenant. In addition to wind damage in the southeastern USA, there was flooding around Atlanta and in Florida along the Suwanee River. Flooding represents the breakdown of Marriage Culture due to female promiscuity. Tornadoes represent the breakdown of Marriage Culture due to the uncircumcised male.
Snow covered much of the nation due to a fierce winter storm. Continued snowfall could make this the worst Christmas storm since 1969.
Weather elephants were over the Pacific northwest, southern Texas, and off the east coast. The Pacific northwest represents the spoils of victory. Texas is the home state of President Bush as well as the region that represents the adultery of Reuben. President Bush is currently in a bluffing contest with Saddam Hussein and North Korea.
It was December 25th, for Sovereignty. The Lord Jesus Christ determines the rise and fall of nations based on His Sovereignty. And it was Day 359, for the Simeon criminality. Castro's Cuban Revolution was in 1959.