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Mass Bicycle Wreck in Tour

Car Hits Florida Bicyclists

Mass Bicycle Wreck in Tour

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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.  The carnage began when a rider slipped in the pack.  Four-time Tour winner, Lance Armstrong, and his chief rival, Tyler Hamilton, were among those involved in the crash.  Armstong suffered a bruised right thigh and scratched left shoulder.  His bicycle tire was flat and the wheel wouldn't turn.  He completed the stage, however, on team-mate Jose Luis Rubiera's bike, which was #9, for the Plagues of Egypt.  Tyler Hamilton, a former teammate of Armstrong's, broke his collarbone in the crash and is likely out of the race.  Alessandro Petacchi, who was in front of the crash, won the stage.

Later, Lance Armstong held his hand to his back as he boarded the team bus.  Armstrong is 31, for an evil king.  He is vying for his fifth Tour de France win, where 5 stands for a giant, such as Baal.  Today's wreck is typical of the cursing when Baal is an issue.  This is the 100th Tour de France, where 100 stands for maximum divine good production.  France is in the same location in Europe as Israel in Asia.

Car Hits Florida Bicyclists

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Fourteen bicyclists from the Mad Dogs and St. Pete Bike Clubs were injured when a car drove through the pack of cyclists in St. Petersburg about 8:40 AM EDT (1240 GMT).  Thirteen were taken to the hospital.  A Lincoln Continental on 30th Avenue North, near 53rd Street crossed a double-yellow line to pass a slow-moving car and ran head-on into a pack of about 40 bicyclists, who were going the opposite direction on a two-lane road.  St. Petersburg is at 27 N., for a horn, and 82 W., for an historical breakpoint.  The bicyclists were triathlon participants, which corresponds to the meaning of the year 2003, for the Justice of the Holy Spirit.

Weather

Five tornadoes were reported in the USA.  The first was in Crawfordsville, Indiana at 40 N., for maximum divine discipline, and 86 W., for the Arab persecution of the Jew.  The second was 1 mile northeast of Kent, Iowa at 40 N. and 94 W.  The last three were all in Nebraska at 42 N., for Baal, the bear, and Russia.  There were at least 79 hail and 113 wind damage reports in the USA.  The severe weather was mainly along the path of a weather elephant that stretched from west to east from South Dakota to New Jersey.

Today, the image of a weather elephant was over Texas.  Another stretched from the Great Lakes to Louisiana.  An elephant represents a demon Commander, such as Baal.

Conclusion

Five tornadoes were reported in the USA.  Three of the them were in Nebraska at 42 N., for Baal, the bear, and Russia.  Lance Armstrong was involved in a mass bicycle wreck in Stage 1 of the Tour de France.  He is vying for his fifth win, where 5 stands for a giant, such as Baal.  His chief competitor, Tyler Hamilton, suffered a broken collarbone in the wreck and was knocked out of the race.

The Angelic Conflict was obvious from the beginning when 150 riders were involved in the mass wreck on Stage 1.  Lance Armstong, 31, was among those who had his bike knocked out from under him like a horse being shot out from under a warrior.  That was the story of Shakespeare's "King Richard III."  When King Richard III's horse was knocked out from under him, the king exclaimed as he faced certain death on the battlefield, "A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!"  He was willing to give up his kingdom, which he acquired by evil means, to save his life.  He said that he had killed five Richmond's that day, but a sixth was about to kill him.  Lance Armstrong was vying for his 5th Tour win as he entered Stage 1 today on July 6th.

The name, Lance, is for the lance carried by mounted knights.  And Armstrong is for the strong arm required to joust with the lance.  Today, Lance lived up to his name.  At the age of 31, for and evil king, he suffered the same fate as King Richard III.  His mount was knocked out from under him, although he wasn't killed on the battlefield.  Lance finished Stage 1 on a team member's bike #9, for the Plagues of Egypt.  He survived and lived to fulfill the Psalm:

A horse is a false hope for victory;
Nor does it deliver anyone by its great strength. (Psalm 33:17)
"The battle is the Lord's" (1 Samuel 17:47).

The cursing of the 100th Tour de France coincided with another mass bicycle wreck in Florida where a car drove through a bicycle pack in St. Petersburg, Florida.  St. Petersburg is at 27 N., for a horn, and 82 W., for a breakpoint in history.  The correlation between the mass wrecks in France and Florida is that France represents Israel and Florida has been associated with the Palestinian issue.  The evil Road Map for peace, which is being implemented, is now at a breakpoint.  The current hassle is over the release of Palestinian terrorists from Israeli jails.  Israel vowed today not to release terrorists with blood on their hands, while the Palestinian terrorist groups vowed to end their cease-fire if Israel didn't release the prisoners.  Thus, the cursing in France and Florida were directly associated with the curse of the Road Map upon Israel.

Today was July 6th, for a man.  And it was Day 187, for a donkey, which was the pack animal of Israel.  Approximately 190 bicyclists were involved in mass wrecks.  The bicycles were more analogous to horses than donkeys, but the function of the horse is quite similar to the donkey or mule.

Bible Doctrine

This is Bible Doctrine.  The curses of bicycle wrecks in France and Florida correspond to the cursing of Abraham upon those who sponsor the Road Map for peace.  France represents Israel and Florida the Palestinians in the conflict between good and evil.

Salvation

Author:  Larry Wood