Links: | BBC News (video) | AP | Waltham Abbey | pictures | 1 |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. The man had been hacking up cars in Waltham Cross, England, 13 miles north of London, where he injured a 62-year old man in a cafe. In adjoining Essex, a woman suffering from shock was taken to the hospital and a man was injured.
The Abbey is known as the burial site of King Harold, who was killed by an arrow in the eye at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. A battle-ax or club is the preferred weapon of Bel, god of Babylon (Jeremiah 50:2; 51:20), who was the same as the god of fortresses. The church has a large tower, the symbol of a fortress. The hatchet man was 47, for peace, a reference to the Middle East peace process. Waltham Cross is at 51 N., for arrogance, and 0 W. Smashing images is a sign of iconoclastic arrogance. It is also a sign of the diaspora, since the images were broken to pieces, which were scattered like people. The number, 62, stands for the end. It was the end of much of the art in the church.
Links: | BBC News | Washington Post |High winds of up to 125 mph have swept through France and Germany and caused widespread power outages. Heavy rains have caused widespread flooding in Britain and across most of Europe. Tens of thousands of homes have been flooded and traffic systems blocked. Parts of Europe are unseasonably cold while parts of the Alps have received no snow. In Poland 183 have died and in Moscow 223. The dead were mostly vagrants and drunks who fell asleep in the snow. In Germany a tree blew down on a car and killed a 13-year old boy and seriously injured his father.
Links: | AP | Photo |Ohio State beat Miami 31-24 in the Fiesta Bowl in two overtimes. It was Ohio State's first national title in 34 years, and it ended Miami's 34 game winning streak. Miami's 34 game winning streak is the third longest in college football history. The number, 34, stands for the division of the land, which points to the Middle East peace process. The number, 31, is for an evil king, and 24 is for Satan's strategic attack on Israel. The evil king in the news who opposes Israel is Saddam Hussein.
The game was played in Tempe, Arizona at 33 N., for the purifying Judgment of the Holy Spirit, and 111 W., for the witness of truth. The truth now comes out. Arizona is in the region of Gad, the terrorist or raiding band. Miami is from Dade County, Florida, which is county #1. Miami was number 1 in college football. The number, 1, stands for unity. But it lost and became the symbol of the division of the land. It was beat by Ohio State, which represents Cosmic Babylon in the region of Naphtali, the doe and symbol of peace.
Miami was allowed to win 34 games in God's Sovereign Design to symbolize the rise of the Palestinians to power. Florida has been associated with the Palestinians at Gaza. The US Government has backed peace with the Palestinians, who are terrorists, and given credibility to terrorists. But the battle was the Lord's. The Palestinian terrorists have now fallen from power. The Israeli government has shut down Arafat, and God is putting the lid on terrorism. Ohio State in Naphtali still represents the peace process, which is the devil's lie that is still believed in Washington, but the Palestinians have had their heyday.
A weather elephant was over Florida earlier in the day, but by game time it had moved south of the state. Even though the game was played in Arizona, the weather elephant heralded the curse of Baal for Miami. A key play in the game was when Miami interfered with a pass in overtime. The photo clearly shows that the official was right and the Miami player was violating the rules of the game, i.e. lawlessness. Ohio represents Cosmic Babylon, and this was one of the defining moments of the game. After the flag went down, Miami fans, players, coaches, and sports reports vented their venom and proved their lawlessness. It was a good call, which the photo clearly shows.
Ohio State proceeded to tie the game at 24-24. There isn't much difference between the Palestinians (Florida) and the peace process (Ohio). In the second overtime, Ohio State defeated Miami. It wasn't so much a victory for Ohio as a defeat for Miami, who had the third longest winning streak in college football until it was defeated on January 3, 2003, which represents the Justice of the Holy Spirit.
The image of a weather elephant was over the Pacific northwest, and another off the east coast stretched across the Florida peninsula and moved off to the south. An elephant represents a demon Commander, such as Baal.
England is in the region of Asher, royalty, in Europe. The hatchet man smashed images in the Waltham Abbey Church. Image breaking is a sign of iconoclastic arrogance. The church in England was at 51 N., for arrogance. Iconoclastic arrogance is characterized by a person who idealizes a love relationship in role model arrogance and sets the person on a pedestal, like the Roman Catholic Church does the virgin Mary. Role model arrogance may place wrong man/woman on a pedestal and worship him or her. Later, when the feet of clay are discovered, iconoclastic arrogance may seek to destroy the image. Iconoclastic arrogance sucks a person into the Cosmic System where the person can be Bel's lunch. Iconoclastic arrogance is also a danger in vilifying people like Saddam Hussein.
France and Germany were ravaged by storm winds to add to the damage already produced in Europe by heavy rain, floods, and snow. Wind symbolizes the Holy Spirit, which is represented by the number, 3. France in Europe corresponds to the location of Israel in Asia.
Ohio State defeated Miami for the national football championship. Miami's defeat represented the fall of the Palestinians in their plan to divide the land of Israel (34) through terrorism. The humiliating defeat was on January 3, 2003, for the Justice of the Holy Spirit.
If you can't count, you can't understand football; and you won't know what day it is.