Links: KPRC | Houston Chronicle | Star-Telegram |December 31 (Day 365, Going Down): At least 9 tornadoes along with hail and strong winds were reported in Texas and Louisiana. The severe weather was associated with the image of the horse's head on yesterday's weather map. One person was killed and another injured when a tree was blown down on a pickup truck 8 miles southwest of Homer, Louisiana. A tornado that hit the Houston Yacht Club on Galveston Bay damaged several yachts. Some large yachts were capsized, and the main building of the yacht club was damaged. Two of the nine tornado reports were in Louisiana. The Louisiana tornadoes were at Iowa and Rosedale.
Links: | Orlando Sentinel |Orlando's kissing camel, Sir Gus, died minutes after the glory of the world passed away. Minutes after finishing his ride before 65,000 parade watchers in Orlando's Super Holiday Parade, he was injured and had to be euthanized. The camel was riding in a converted yellow school bus along Mills Avenue when the driver had to brake for a fire truck. Gus lost his footing and smashed into the special rear door designed so he could stick his neck out as he rode around. The impact broke one of his front legs.
Orlando's Bahia Shriners raised the 25-year-old camel since he was 6 months old. He was born in 1977 at the Knoxville Zoo in Tennessee. The number, 25, stands for sovereignty, and 77 is for reverse process reversionism. Tennessee is in the region that corresponds to the criminal justice system. A camel is a desert creature that represents the legalistic female, who was symbolized in Jeremiah by the fiddle footed filly camel that tangled up the caravan in the desert as she snooped for a male (Jeremiah 2:23).
The image of a weather elephant was over the Pacific northwest, and another was stretched from the Great Lakes to Florida. An elephant represents a demon Commander, such as Baal.
Orlando's kissing camel died after basking in the glory of the world in a parade watched by 65,000 people. The camel was born in Tennessee in 1977, for reverse process reversionism. He was 25, for sovereignty. A camel represents a legalistic female, who was symbolized in Jeremiah by the fiddle footed filly camel that tangled up the caravan in the desert as she snooped for a male (Jeremiah 2:23). The camel was riding in a converted yellow school bus, the color for a capacity for life test. One of the camel's front legs was broken, which is the symbol of being knocked down and unable to stand on the battlefield.
The interpretation is that President Bush was preaching against Saddam Hussein in Texas today, but the real issue is that the war on terrorism does not require a military attack on Iraq. The war on terrorism is a police action as symbolized by Louisiana (the criminal) and Tennessee (the criminal justice system). The camel was 25, for sovereignty. That is the real issue in Israel and in Iraq. The Palestinians have no right to Israel as President Bush is proclaiming in his defiance of the Abrahamic Covenant. And Bush has no justification for trying to topple Saddam Hussein. The camel is a desert creature of the Middle East that represents a legalistic reversionistic female. Today, Ariel Sharon fired Deputy Infrastructure Minister Naomi Blumenthal. And the camel died in Florida, which has been associated with the Palestinians at Gaza. Florida has haunted Bush ever since the 2000 election.
A weather elephant was over the Pacific northwest, which represents the spoils of victory. Corruption in the Likud Party is eating away at Sharon's spoils of victory in Israel. Another weather elephant stretched from the Great Lakes to Florida. The Great Lakes are in the region of Naphtali, the doe and symbol of peace. This signifies the relationship of the Middle East peace process to the Palestinians.
Today was December 31st, for an evil king. President Bush didn't miss an opportunity to vilify Saddam Hussein, the evil king. And it was Day 365, for going down and never returning. When the year ends, it is over and will never return. Enoch lived 365 years and went directly to Heaven without dying, which symbolizes the Resurrection.