June 30 (Day 181): The US vetoed a UN
Security Council extension of the Bosnia peacekeeping mission because US
soldiers did not get immunity from the new International Criminal Court.
Leonard Gregg was indicted for setting the Arizona Rodeo fire. And a Senate
Intelligence Committee delegation went down to Egypt for help.
June 29 (Day 180, Pillar): The biorhythms
of Osama bin Laden will enter a critical period June 30th through July
1, 2002. All four cycles will go through critical.
June 28 (Day 179, Hardness of Heart): The
Israeli Army set of a huge blast in the Palestinian Authority's administrative
headquarters in Hebron where 15 terrorists have been holed up for 4 days.
June 27 (Day 178, Sexual Abuse): The
Arizona fire is inflicting economic disaster on the Fort Apache Indian
Reservation. A huge part of the forests that the White Mountain Apache
use for the lumber business are burned. And the G-8 Summit ended with Russia
receiving $20 billion to dismantle radioactive stockpiles.
June 26 (Day 177, Reverse Process Reversionism):
Bush, who thumbed his nose at the Abrahamic Covenant before leaving for
the G-8 Economic Summit in Kananaskis, was cursed today like Job, although
without the health problems.
June 25 (Day 176, Skill): President
Bush toured the Arizona fires today and spoke to residents of a shelter
in Eager, Arizona. Then he proceeded to the G-8 Summit at the Kananaskis
mountain retreat west of Calgary.
June 24 (Day 175, Sovereignty): President
Bush delivered his big Middle East policy speech on schedule on June 24th,
for Baal, the bear, and Russia, Day 175, for Sovereignty. And a passenger
train rolled backward on a hill in Tanzania and derailed and killed about
June 23 (Day 174, Spiritual Freedom): Israeli
tanks have begun surrounding Yasser Arafat's Ram Allah compound again.
Two large fires in Arizona, the Rodeo and Chediski fires, are advancing
out of control along a 50-mile front. And President Bush is planning
to deliver his Middle East speech tomorrow.
June 22 (Day 173, Freedom): A strong,
earthquake that measured 6.0 Richter devastated part of western Iran.
A Pakistan wedding party was blown up by a mortar round. And St.
Louis Cardinals pitcher, Darryl Kile, was found dead in his hotel room.
June 21 (Day 172, Internal Gates): Two
Lebanese brothers were convicted of conspiring to aid the Lebanon-based
Hizbullah terrorist organization. A drifter wanted for questioning
in the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart from Utah, has been arrested in West
Virginia. And Arafat now wishes he had accepted Clinton's peace plan.
June 20 (Day 171, Strait): Two Palestinian
terrorists infiltrated the Israeli settlement of Itamar near Nablus in
the West Bank and killed 5 Israelis.
June 19 (Day 170, Lawlessness): Large
fires burned in the western US in Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, California,
Utah, and Wyoming. NASA landed the Orbiter Endeavour in California.
And after another homicide bomber blew himself up in Jerusalem, President
Bush put his new Middle East policy speech on hold indefinitely.
June 18 (Day 169, Running the Course): After
today's terrorist bombing of a bus in Jerusalem that killed 19 Israelis,
Israel announced that it will begin retaking Palestinian territory and
hold it for as long as Palestinian terrorism continues. An earthquake
struck Indiana. And President Bush will postpone his Middle East
speech until this week-end.
June 17 (Day 168, Serving in Edom): As
Israel began to build a fence around the West Bank yesterday, cultural
division based upon fundamental human values brought a new mix of opponents
and supporters. And the weather angels painted a turkey on the weather
map of severe weather.
June 16 (Day 167, Giving): One of four
tornadoes in Kansas was at Satanta. It carried a message about one
of the most famous American Indian terrorists who ever lived. The
weather angels drew an elephant over President Bush's head at his Texas
ranch. And Sharon rejected the idea of a provisional Palestinian
June 15 (Day 166, Worldliness): Palestinian
officials reacting to the idea of a provisional state, gave the divided
Bush Administration a lesson in the Laws of Establishment. And the
weather elephant continued over Florida for the 6th day.
June 14 (Day 165, Going Down): The day
after the US withdrew from the ABM Treaty, weather angels put on a display
of a triumphant procession. The US Consulate in Karachi, Pakistan was bombed
by a terrorist homicide bomber. And the blockades came down in Madagascar
as the previous President left.
June 13 (Day 164, Weakness): Hamid Karzai
was elected interim President of Afghanistan in the first free election
in Afghan history. The US formally withdrew from the 1972 ABM Treaty
with the former Soviet Union. And President Bush met with Saudi Foreign
Minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal, at the White House.
June 12 (Day 163, Outcast): Torrential
rain has caused floods and mudslides in northwestern China, which have
killed at least 205 people and left about 300 missing. And a US
MC-130 crashed in Afghanistan and killed 3.
June 11 (Day 162, The End): Fires in
Colorado have forced thousands of evacuations and threaten the suburbs
of Denver. There was another homicide bombing in an Israel restaurant
north of Tel Aviv. A huge weather eagle was on the weather map over
the Great Lakes. And the Spiegel Grove finally sank yesterday.
June 10 (Day 161, Income Tax): An annular
eclipse of the Sun was visible from eastern Asia, the Pacific Ocean and
much of North America. President Bush met with Israeli Prime Minister,
Ariel Sharon, at the White House. And bizarre events surrounded John
Ashcroft, e.g. a shooting in a Missouri monastery, a dirty-bomb terrorist,
and the death of John Gotti.
June 9 (Day 160, Sanctification): As
Israeli Prime Minster, Ariel Sharon shuttled to Washington, DC for a meeting
with President Bush, Palestinian Chairman, Yasser Arafat shuffled his Cabinet.
NASA Astronaunt Chang-Díaz performed his first spacewalk.
And Salvage operations to turn over the Spiegel Grove, which is belly up
off Key Largo.
June 8 (Day 159, Simeon): War Emblem
lost his bid for the Triple Crown as Sarava won the 134th Belmont Stakes.
And President Bush resisted Egyptian President Mubarak's attempts to set
a time table on a Palestinian state.
June 7 (Day 158, Levite): US missionary,
Martin Burnham, 42, of Rose Hill, Kansas, was killed in a gun battle between
Filipino troops and Abu Sayyaf Muslim terrorists. They Wye Oak was
toppled in a storm yesterday. And Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
is visiting President Bush at Camp David.
June 6 (Day 157, Zebulun): President
Bush proposed the creation of a new Washington bureaucracy to deal with
Homeland Security. The Israel Army destroyed 6 buildings in Arafat's
Ram Allah compound. The events were heralded by tornadoes in the Tampa
Bay area and in New York.
June 5 (Day 156, Dropping): In response
to another Palestinian suicide bombing this morning, Israeli tanks moved
into Ram Allah tonight and surrounded Arafat's headquarters compound.
And NASA launched STS-111.
June 4 (Day 155, Grace Blessing): CIA
Director, George Tenet, met with Palestinian Leader, Yasser Arafat, today
in Ram Allah. After US ASS (Assistant Secretary of State) William
Burns met with Syrian President Bashar Assad, a dam burst in Syria.
And Congress began September 11th hearings.
June 3 (Day 154, Redemption): CIA Director,
George Tenet, met with Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon. President
Bush was in Little Rock. Giuliani was helping Jeb Bush in Florida.
A British terrorist decapitator has flown to New York. And Madagascar
is beginning a civil war.
June 2 (Day 153, Large Fish, Ship): CIA
Director, George Tenet, went down to Egypt for help as he began a Middle
Eastern tour. A forest fire in New Jersey forced evacuations and
the closure of the Garden State Parkway. And Buckingham Palace caught
June 1 (Day 152, Wall): The school rashes
that plagued elementary schools this school year have ended, but the cause
has not been identified by the medical community. Powerful thunderstorms
wrought havoc in Pennsylvania and New York. Giuliani spoke at Shanksville,
Pennsylvania commencement, and President Bush spoke at West Point graduation.
May 31 (Day 151, Arrogance): Israeli
Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, rejected the peace plan of US ASS (Assistant
Secretary of State), William Burns. The Israeli Army raided Nablus.
And Steven Spielberg finally graduated from college at 55.
May 30 (Day 150, Cover): The World Trade
Center recovery effort ended today at 10:29 AM EDT on the 262nd day, where
62 stands for the end. And after mountain climbers fell into a crevasse
near the summit of Oregon's Mount Hood, a rescue helicopter crashed, rolled
down the mountain, and stopped belly-up.
May 29 (Day 149, Time Before Pentecost): An
Angelic Herald made an appearance to observe Hurricane Alma and a crown
in Florida. US ASS, William Burns, went down to Egypt for help in
drumming up support for reforming the Palestinian Authority. And
Chief of Staff, Shaul Mofaz, called for the expulsion of Yasser Arafat.
May 28 (Day 148, Inheritance of Levites): The
Launch Countdown for NASA's STS-111 Mission started last night with Launch
scheduled for May 30th. The Orbiter Endeavour will deliver the Expedition
Five crew and install the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, the final
component of the Canadian Arm.
May 28 (Day 148, Inheritance of Levites): Russia
was accepted as a limited partner in NATO in a meeting of the 19-members
of NATO in Rome. An earthquake hit Taiwan. Trains collided
in Clarendon, Texas, and a train derailed in Potterville, Michigan.
Four died in West Bank terror attacks. And President Bush visited
May 27 (Day 147, Peace): The weather
angels were back at Normandy today to drench the faces of World War II
veterans with showers of blessing just as they were in 1944 when they thundered
with such fury that the Germans let down their guard. And another
homicide bomber struck an Israel cafe.
May 26 (Day 146, Pregnancy): The bridge
over the Arkansas River collapsed near Webbers Falls, Oklahoma on Interstate
40 after it was hit by a barge. And President and Mrs. Bush left
St. Petersburg, Russia and traveled to France.
May 25 (Day 145, Victory Over the Stronghold):
Airlines Flight CI 611 crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff from
Taipei and killed all onboard. A passenger train rear-ended a freight
train in Mozambique. And President and Mrs Putin entertained the
Bush's in St. Petersburg.
May 24 (Day 144, Suffering): US President
George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the Moscow Treaty
to reduce deployed nuclear warheads by about 70%. A three-story apartment
building exploded and burned in Encino,
California. And Dodgers', Shawn Green, hit 4 homers in a game yesterday
and set baseball records.
May 23 (Day 143, Fulfillment): President
Bush visited Berlin, Germany where he met Chancellor, Gerhard Schröder,
and addressed Parliament. The trial began in Charlotte, North Carolina
of two Lebanese brothers accused of ties to the Lebanese Hizbullah. And
Florida waterspouts heralded the resignation of Arafat's election committee.
May 22 (Day 142, Baal, the Bear, Russia): The
bones of Chandra Levy, the missing Washington intern, were found in Rock
Creek Park, Washington, DC. Bobby Frank Cherry was convicted of the
murder of four black girls for his role in the 1963 bombing of a Birmingham
church. And there was another Palestinian homicide bombing
May 21 (Day 141, Happiness): A storm
in northern California threatened to burst the cherries at the beginning
of harvest. A spooked cow ran wild in Kingston, Washington.
And a massive power blackout, which affected half the population,
hit the Philippines.
May 20 (Day 140, Passover): East Timor
became the world's newest nation at midnight. Ariel
Sharon, fired four of five cabinet ministers from the Shas party after
a humiliating defeat of his budget plan. And President Bush visited
May 19 (Day 139, Sin Unto Death): Another
homicide bomber blew up an Israeli fruit and vegetable market in Netanya
and killed 3 and injured 56. And US Green Beret trainers from Fort
Carson, Colorado landed in Ex-Soviet Georgia to begin training the Georgia
May 18 (Day 138, Dying in the Wilderness): War
Emblem won the 127th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
There was a large fire at the Seattle Marina last night. And European
Union countries have reached a deal on the 13 Palestinian Terrorists from
the Church of the Nativity.
May 17 (Day 137, Warrior): As the salvage
crew prepared to sink the USS Spiegel Grove to make a reef off the Florida
Keys, it suddenly sank and turned belly up. A Sun halo appeared over
south Florida. And two Islamic terrorists in a holy war against the
USA were indicted in Miami.
May 16 (Day 136, Ai): First Lady, Laura
Bush, arrived in Budapest, Hungary, a city straddling the Danube, for a
two-day visit. And the weather angels made a picture of a beaver
and a lotus over Texas.
May 15 (Day 135, Rest from Enemies): A
dog has eaten its owner's corpse in Austria, which symbolizes the death
of Jezebel. First Lady, Laura Bush, visited the Musee Guimet, a museum
in Paris. And a mystery gastro-intestinal illness has struck
18 British soldiers in Afghanistan.
May 14 (Day 134, Division of the Land): Powerful
storms with winds up to 70 mph uprooted trees and knocked out power over
Virginia, Maryland, and the eastern USA. A Roanoke woman was killed
when a tree fell on a tent. And the Russia joined NATO in a special
council to fight terrorism.
May 13 (Day 133, Judgment of Holy Spirit): Heavy
rainstorms and flooding, strong winds and hail the size of golf balls blasted
eastern Missouri. President Bush announced an agreement with Russia
to reduce the number of nuclear warheads. US troops in Afghanistan
killed five enemy fighters and captured 32. And Laura and Jenna Bush
arrived in Paris on their European tour.
May 12 (Day 132, Conspiracy): Former
US President Jimmy Carter is visiting Cuba. He is the highest profile
person from the US to visit Communist Cuba. Israel's Likud Party
voted to approve an independent resolution that rejected a Palestinian
state. A lion bit off the arm of a Florida woman. And the roof
collapsed on the Russian space program.
May 11 (Day 131, Evil King): The Israeli
military operation against Gaza has been canceled since the night of May
Two freight trains collided head on in Wyoming
and derailed 9 cars. The Arab Big 3 leaders of Egypt, Saudi Arabia,
and Syria held a 3 hour Summit. And French fans booed the national
anthem at the French soccer championship game.
May 10 (Day 130, Double Blessing): Former
FBI agent, Robert Hanssen, who spied for Russia, was sentenced to life
in prison. A weather eagle marked the event over Tennessee.
Cyclone 01A hit Oman. And after the British flew the 13 Palestinian
terrorists from the Church of the Nativity to Cypress, a British train
derailed and killed 7.
May 9 (Day 129, Victory Over Edom): The
standoff between the Israeli Army and 124 Palestinian terrorists in the
Church of the Nativity ended. A tornado that swept through Centralia,
Illinois killed two people and injured 10. A Saudi was among the
missing from the Navy jet collision in the Gulf of Mexico. And Cyclone
Kesiny crossed the northern tip of Madagascar.
May 8 (Day 128, Cosmic Stronghold): The
mailbox bomber, Luke J. Helder, of the University of Wisconsin confessed
to the string of pipe bombings of mailboxes in 5 states that injured 6
people. Two Navy jet trainers crashed south of Pensacola in the Gulf
of Mexico. And 30 tornadoes in Kansas and Texas heralded Israel's
military offensive in the Gaza Strip.
May 7 (Day 127, Horn): The mailbox bomber,
Luke J. Helder, 21, of the University of Wisconsin was caught east of Fernley
on Interstate 80 east of Reno. Ariel Sharon met with President Bush
in Washington, DC and stood his ground against Bush's plans for a Palestinian
state. And a Chinese airliner and an EgyptAir plane crashed.
May 6 (Day 126, Political Babylon): A
large tornado that plowed through Happy, Texas killed two and split the
Baptist Church in two. Another pipe bomb discovered today in Salida,
Colorado indicates the bomber is headed to Los Angeles. And Ariel
Sharon and King Abdullah II met with members of the Bush Administration.
May 5 (Day 125, Sovereignty): French President
Jacques Chirac, 69, was re-elected in a landslide victory over Jean-Marie
Le Pen, 73. Ariel Sharon arrived in the US for talks with President
Bush. And a deal is reported to be near in the standoff at the Church
of the Nativity.
May 4 (Day 124, Strategy): War Emblem
won an impressive victory in the 128th Kentucky Derby by four lengths after
leading the entire race. An airliner crashed in Nigeria. A jail burned
in North Carolina. And more pipe bombs were found in mail boxes in
May 3 (Day 123, Spiritual Uptrend): Flash
floods in Appalachia demolished a town, killed 4 people, left 14 missing,
forced widespread evacuations, and knocked out power. Pipe bombs
exploded in 7 mailboxes and injured 5 people in Iowa and Illinois.
And President Bush met with Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov regarding
nuclear arms control.
May 2 (Day 122, Cursing): Yasser
Arafat walked free outside his Ram Allah compound and toured the devastation
for Israeli occupation. And both houses of Congress overwhelmingly
passed non-binding Resolutions of solidarity with Israel.
May 1 (Day 121, Providential Preventative Suffering):
Israeli Army ended its siege of Arafat's compound after criminals were
taken to Jericho. A condor was released back into the wild in California.
And turbulence injured passengers and forced the detour of a United Airlines
flight to New Zealand.
April 30 (Day 120, Authority): A 15-year
old boy in Pahrump, Nevada hijacked a school bus with a samurai as a part
of a half-baked plot to blow up his school. And the director of an
Islamic charity with ties to al-Qa'eda was charged with perjury.
April 29 (Day 119, Witness of the Federal Judiciary):Tornadoes
and storms associated with the image of the eagle on the weather map killed
four people and caused wide-spread damage along the eastern seaboard.
The Israel Army took control of Hebron. And Marc Ravalomanana won
the Madagascar election recount.
April 28 (Day 118, Witness of a Pillar): The
huge weather elephant over the eastern USA brought storms and tornadoes
from Kansas and Nebraska to Kentucky and Tennessee on the night of the
April 27th, which stands for a horn, or tornado. And President Bush
has now saved Arafat and agreed to guard the criminals in Arafat's compound.
April 27 (Day 117, Witness of Lawlessness): Palestinian
terrorists entered the Jewish settlement of Adura and went from house to
house shooting people. Two motorcycle gangs got into a fight in Nevada
that killed three. And Boston Red Sox, Derek Lowe, pitched a no-hitter.
April 26 (Day 116, Witness of Sanctification):
19-year old expelled student killed 16 people at a school in Erfurt,
Germany. And Israeli intelligence has discovered documents linking
the Saudi Government to payment of families of bombers and terrorists.
April 25 (Day 115, Witness of a Covering): Saudi
Prince Abdullah visited President Bush at his ranch in Crawford, Texas.
On a tour of the ranch, the angels brought out a turkey. And the
Saudi arrival in Crawford was heralded by a big explosion in a New York
April 24 (Day 114, Witness of the Passover): Saudi
Prince Abdullah arrived in Houston last night and met with Vice President
Cheney today while President Bush was politicking in South Dakota.
Vice President Cheney was on crutches.
April 23 (Day 113, Witness of Double Blessing):
freight train crashed head-on into a Southern California commuter train
during the morning rush hour. Elementary school students from the
St. Louis area suddenly became ill and were taken to the hospital.
And Roman Catholic Cardinals met in Rome for a two-day Summit on sexual
April 22 (Day 112, Witness of Authority): A
tornado in Wayne City, Illinois killed one person and traveled into Sims,
leveling all in its path. US ASS (Assistant Secretary of State), William
Burns, met with Arafat in his Ram Allah compound. And the trial of
suspected terrorist, Zacarias Moussaoui, took a sudden turn as he sought
permission to defend himself.
April 21 (Day 111, Witness of Truth): The
Israeli Army withdrew from Palestinian cities today on the 25th day of
Operation Defensive Wall, which began on March 28th. Madagascar is back
to having one head. And two terrorist bombs exploded in General Santos,
a largely Christian city in the Philippines.
April 20 (Day 110, Plagues of Egypt): A
5.1 magnitude earthquake in upper New York state rattled the northeast
from Maine to Pennsylvania and as far north as Ontario. The G-7 leaders
met in Washington, DC. And the dead body of Layne Staley of the Alice
in Chains band was found yesterday.
April 19 (Day 109, Plagues of Egypt): Tornadoes,
strong winds, hail, and thunderstorms ripped through Wisconsin. A
locust plague has hit Afghanistan. A building collapsed in Peru.
And the UN Security Council passed a resolution for a fact-finding team
to investigate the Israeli Jenin occupation.
April 18 (Day 108, Production of the New Birth):
return of the former King of Afghanistan to his native land was heralded
by the US bombing of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
soldiers. It was followed by a small plane crashing into a Milan
skyscraper. And an Amtrak train derailed in Florida.
April 17 (Day 107, Categorical Punishment): At
least 8 tornadoes ripped through Texas and Oklahoma in line with Crawford,
Texas. A Florida man was killed by yellow jackets. Yasser Arafat
angrily rejected Colin Powell's peace plan. Having failed in his
mission like his predecessors, Powell went down to Egypt on his way home.
April 16 (Day 106, Production of a Man): After
Colin Powell's trips to Lebanon and Syria yesterday, the northern border
of Israel is suddenly quiet. However, there is no deal in sight with Yasser
April 15 (Day 105, Production of a Giant): Israel
arrested Marwan Barghouti, the number 2 terrorist leader in Arafat's organization.
Colin Powell visited Lebanon and Syria in an attempt to calm the region.
And China Airlines Flight 129 crashed into the side of Mount Shineo near
Pusan, South Korea.
April 14 (Day 104, Production of the Weakness):
the Palestinian Authority all but destroyed, Colin Powell breathed new
life into Arafat, who brashly rejected a cease-fire. The weather
angels illustrated the charade with a parade through Crawford, Texas.
And Venezuelan President, Hugo Chávez, was reinstated.
April 13 (Day 103, Production of the Trinity):
Yasser Arafat had his aids read a boiler plate condemnation of terrorism
that was broadcast over Arabic television, Colin Powell agreed to meet
with him tomorrow. The Israeli Army entered more Palestinian towns.
And clashes erupted in Madagascar between forces loyal to the two heads
April 12 (Day 102, Divine Division): Israel
gave the Bush Administration captured documents that exposed the Arafat
terrorist organization. Colin Powell finally met with Ariel Sharon.
After the meeting, Arafat had Powell's peace plan blown up with a suicide
bomber who killed 6 Israelis. There was a coup in Venezuela
and an earthquake in Afghanistan.
April 11 (Day 101, Unity): Israel withdrew
from 24 towns in a symbolic gesture to shut up the bickering of President
Bush and Colin Powell. Colin Powell arrived in Israel after visiting Jordan.
And the World Criminal Court was ratified by the United Nations.
April 10 (Day 100, Maximum Divine Good Production):
suicide bomber blew up a crowed Israeli bus at rush hour this morning.
Colin Powell won endorsement for his peace mission from the European Union,
Russia, and the UN. Ariel Sharon rejected the call to retreat before
the mission was complete. And a pilotless plane rolled into a Los
April 9 (Day 99, Almost But Not Quite): Tornadoes,
floods, and storms struck Louisiana yesterday. An Israeli patrol
was ambushed in Jenin, and 13 soldiers were killed and 7 injured.
And Colin Powell went down to Egypt for help.
April 8 (Day 98, Glory Departed): As
the Summit of President Bush and Prime Minister Blair wound down, the tornadoes
and storms wound up in Texas. NASA launched STS-110. And Israel
began withdrawing from 2 cities as Ariel Sharon introduced his new willingness
to enter international peace negotiations.
April 7 (Day 97, Reduction in Force): As
the world and the press rung their hands and whined along with President
Bush demanding an immediate retreat, Israel continued to kill Palestinian
terrorists in in streets of Jenin and the market of Nablus. And the
image of a crouching lion appeared on the US weather map.
April 6 (Day 96, Spoils of Victory): The
Bush-Blair Summit down on the farm in Crawford was supposed to be about
Saddam Hussein, but Yasser Arafat instead overshadowed the meeting.
And Israel encountered stiff resistance from Palestinian terrorists in
April 5 (Day 95, Hero): The Israeli
army killed 6 Hamas terrorists who had been involved in suicide bombings.
Anthony Zinni met with Yasser Arafat. And Tony Blair arrived in Crawford,
Texas to meet with President Bush about Iraq.
April 4 (Day 94 ): President Bush suddenly
came out and gave an authoritarian, in-your-face speech to castigate Yasser
Arafat and call for an Israeli retreat from occupied Palestinian territory.
Ariel Sharon rejected the demand. And NASA scrubbed the launch of
April 3 (Day 93, Guilt): Israeli
tanks rolled into Nablus, the largest city in the West Bank, and site of
ancient Shechem with nearby Mt. Ebal and Mt. Gerizim. An army tank
fell belly up on a California highway. And a suspected bin Laden
associate pleaded guilty in New York to attempting to kill a jail guard.
April 2 (Day 92, Homeborn Slave): As
Israeli tanks rumbled into Bethlehem, and Palestinian terrorist took
refuge in the Church of the Nativity, President Bush clarified his doctrine
of Middle East terrorism. And the Israeli Army seized Bethlehem and
moved into Jenin.
April 1 (Day 91, Coup de Grace): As
the world stood dazed and wandering what has happened, Ariel Sharon, one
of the truly great strategists, tackled the problem of a terrorist state.
A lioness in Kenya adopted another oryx. And the Organization of
Islamic Conference opened in Malaysia.
March 31 (Day 90, New Order): As a line
of tornadoes crossed directly over President Bush's Crawford farm yesterday,
the words of his inaugural address were fulfilled. Two more suicide
bombers struck Israel today. The Israeli military moved into Kalkilya
and Bethlehem. And a strong earthquake hit Taiwan.
March 30 (Day 89, Authority Counterattack): The
UN Security Council passed a resolution calling for an immediate "withdrawal
of Israeli troops from Palestinian cities, including Ramallah." A
suicide bomber struck a Tel Aviv cafe. Britain's Queen Mother died.
And trains collided in Spain.
March 29 (Day 88, Blessing): After entering
Ramallah, the Israeli Army drove through the fences, blasted through the
walls, and took over Arafat's headquarters compound office by office.
A Palestinian female suicide bomber blew up a supermarket in Jerusalem.
And 3 US soldiers were killed in training at Ft. Irwin, California.
March 28 (Day 87, Donkey): Israel began
wide-spread military retaliation against Arafat's evil regime of terrorists
in Ramallah during a thunderstorm. And a Navy helicopter crashed
in the mountains near Lake
Isabella, California, and killed two.
March 27 (Day 86, Arab Persecution of the Jew):
Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up inside a hotel dining room where
about 250 Israelis were eating the Passover meal. And the opening
of the much touted Arab Summit was in disarray as soon as it began.
March 26 (Day 85, Eye or Spy): In a
double blow to the Bush Administration's backing of the Arab peace agenda,
not only Arafat but Mubarak as well will not be attending the Arab Summit
March 26 (Day 85, Eye or Spy): The processing
of NASA's STS-110 Mission is underway with Launch scheduled for no earlier
than April 4th and launch time to be announced later.
March 25 (Day 84, Weakness of the Church): Fire
driven by winds gusting to 57 mph burned 28 homes and a barn in the mountains
of southern New Mexico. Avi Sabag, 24, an Israeli, was shot to death in
a terrorist ambush. The Bush Administration is backing the Saudi
peace plan. And an earthquake in Afghanistan has probably killed
March 23 (Day 82, Historical Break Point): President
Bush traveled to Lima Peru for a one-day visit with President Alejandro
Toledo and became the first US President to visit Peru.
March 22 (Day 81): Indiana University
came from behind to beat No. 1-seeded Duke 74-73 in the NCAA semifinals
at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky. And a disgruntled worker killed
four employees and injured two others at a South Bend, Indiana aircraft
parts manufacturing plant.
March 21 (Day 80, Strength): Yet another
suicide bombing in downtown Jerusalem has killed 3 people. And President
Bush began his South American tour with a stop in Mexico.
March 20 (Day 79, Hardness of the Heart): Four
inches of rain turned Kentucky's little creeks into gushers that flooded
the country from Olive Hill outside Lexington to Pineville near the Tennessee
border. Dust storms hit China. And a suicide bomber blew up
an Israeli bus.
March 18 (Day 77, Reverse Process Reversionism):
waters continued to rise in Tennessee and Kentucky after nearly 4 inches
yesterday and continuing rain today. Andrea Yates was formally
sentenced to two life terms. And Vice President Cheney arrived in
March 17 (Day 76, Skill): Two terrorists
ran into a Protestant church in Pakistan during morning worship service
and threw grenades, which killed 5 and injured about 45. A US mother
and daughter were killed. And two terrorist attacks in Israel killed
one and injured 38.
March 16 (Day 75, Sovereignty): Saudi
Arabia rejected US Vice President Cheney's plan for military action against
Saddam Hussein. Fire and rescue personnel were fired upon in Roswell,
New Mexico. Two were killed and two injured. And an Islamic
girls school dorm burned in Bangladesh and killed at least 7.
March 15 (Day 74, Spiritual Freedom): A
Houston jury spared the life of Andrea Yates. She will get life in prison.
And in Gaza a Palestinian woman and 3 of her children and a nephew were
March 14 (Day 73, Freedom): The hands
and nose of the an idol of the Virgin Mary were sliced off, and it was
spotted by tank fire as Israeli armored forces entered Bethlehem.
And special US envoy, Anthony Zinni, arrived in Israel.
March 13 (Day 72, Internal Gates): Last
night the US-sponsored United Nations resolution for a Palestinian state
was passed by the Security Council. A pastor and member of a church
in New York were shot dead. Both related to the weather lion.
Vice President Cheney went down to Egypt. H. Rap Brown was sentenced
to life. And the Israeli Army took over Ramallah.
March 12 (Day 71, Strait): Andrea Pea
Yates of Clear Lake City, Texas was found guilty by a Texas jury of capital
murder in the drowning deaths of her children. The angels portrayed
the event with a lion and a lizard. The US proposed a UN resolution
for a Palestinian state. Israel continued its dragnet, and Cheney
did not get Jordan's support to fight Iraq.
March 11 (Day 70, Pastor-Teacher): The
Israeli Army entered Palestinian cities and refugee camps in a dragnet
to capture suspected terrorists. Vice President Cheney was in London
for talks with Tony Blair over plans for military action against Iraq.
Russian banned US chickens, and school girls were trampled to death in
a fire in Mecca.
March 10 (Day 69, Running the Course):
The last stronghold of al-Qa'eda was defeated today in Gardez on bin Laden's
birthday. The Madagascar defense minister resigned in the face of
pressure from the opposition Presidential candidate. And Cyclone
Hary made landfall briefly on the island with 140 knot winds.
March 9 (Day 68, Serving in Edom): Out
of the night, the vile, inhuman scum of history, Palestinian terrorists,
blasted Israel with a suicide bombing and two shooting attacks tonight
as the Sabbath drew to a close. Scaffolding fell from the John Hancock
Center and killed 3 people. And domestic terrorist, H. Rap Brown,
was found guilty of murder.
March 8 (Day 67, Giving): Israel switched
from defense to offense as it carried the attack to the Palestinians, who
have been terrorizing Israel while Arafat talks peace with visiting diplomats.
Scientists have discovered a mistake in their calculations for the color
of the Universe. And President Bush visited Florida to support his
brother's re-election bid.
March 7 (Day 66, Worldliness): President
Bush made a fateful decision to side with Egypt, Powell, and the forces
of evil when he ordered two-time loser, Anthony Zinni, back to the Middle
East. As the Afghan war was close to being won, the weather angels
intervened and thwarted the US offensive at Gardez. And terrorist
attacks and reprisals continued in Israel.
March 6 (Day 65, Going Down): An earthquake
of magnitude 6.8 (7.5 USGS) has hit the Philippine region of Mendanao and
created fear and panic. US-led forces killed hundreds more al-Qa'eda
in Afghanistan. Israel took the fight to the Palestinians and struck
from the land, air, and sea. Colin Powell wimped out and called Sharon.
March 5 (Day 64, Weakness): US-led ground
forces killed hundreds of al-Qa'eda and Taliban troops who were trying
to regroup with those fighting in the mountains near Gardez. Another
suicide bomber struck an Israeli bus and one Israeli was killed.
President Bush met with Mubarak. There was a mass murder in Michigan.
And Israel killed three senior Fatah leaders.
March 4 (Day 63, Outcast): In the worst
day for US casualties in the Afghan war, US ground forces fought al-Qa'eda
and Taliban forces in the mountains near Gardez. A Palestinian terrorist
killed 3 and injured 26 in Tel Aviv. Egyptian President Mubarak met
with Colin Powell. And the death toll from the Afghan earthquake
yesterday could reach 150.
March 3 (Day 62, The End): A Palestinian
sniper near Ofra sat on a hilltop under an olive tree and killed 10 Israelis
and wounded 4 others before his World War II carbine was disabled by Israeli
fire. A lion killed a man in South Africa. There was an earthquake
in Afghanistan. And the Madagascar capital is full of anarchy due
to the two-headed monster.
March 2 (Day 61, Income Tax): A Palestinian
suicide bomber blew himself up beside a group of women and children near
a Jewish synagogue in Jerusalem. US and Afghan troops attacked Taliban
and al-Qaida forces regrouping in eastern Afghanistan near Gardez. And
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak arrived in Washington, DC.
March 1 (Day 60, Worldly Production): The
Chinese government cut off electrical power and water to elderly Christians
in northern Beijing arrested during President Bush's visit in an attempt
to evict them. Israel continued the incursion into the West Bank
refugee camps at Jenin and Balata. And NASA launched STS-109.
February 28 (Day 59, Simeon): In one
of their more brilliant strategic moves, Israeli Defense Forces entered
two Palestinian terrorist strongholds in Jenin and Nablus in the West Bank.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has been unable to diagnose
the mysterious rash in school children in 14 states
February 27 (Day 58, Levite): A Muslim
mob set fire to a train load of Hindu activists in Godhra in western India
and killed 57. And riots broke out in Madagascar's capital of Antananarivo
between supporters of the two heads of state.
February 27 (Day 58, Levite):
The Launch of NASA's STS-109 Mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope
has been delayed until March 1, 2002 at 6:22 AM EST (1122 GMT) with a Launch
window of 62 minutes.
February 26 (Day 57, Zebulun): An Egyptian
Nile-front building that contained a hair salon popular with brides collapsed
and killed at least 5 brides. A cow that has been loose in Cincinnati
for 12 days was finally captured, but the weather angels posted her picture
tonight on the weather map.
February 25 (Day 56, Dropping in the Field): A
tug boat collided with a freighter in the Elk River in the upper end of
the Chesapeake Bay in the fog. Three terrorist attacks today killed
2 Israelis and injured 13 as Javier Solana, Colin Powell, and the Saudis
tried to pressure Israel.
February 24 (Day 55, Grace Blessing): China
released the last of the 47 Christians detained during President Bush's
visit. The Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah ended after two
weeks. And the cause of the mysterious rash in Pennsylvania school
children has still not been determined.
February 23 (Day 54, Redemption): A
tornado hit Flamingo, Florida in the Everglades on the southern tip of
Florida. The two heads of state of Madagascar are at loggerheads.
And Senator Hillary Clinton visited Israel. The weather angels made
a big deal of all of this.
February 22 (Day 53, Big Fish or Ship): Marc
Ravalomanana, the opposition leader in a disputed Presidential election,
had himself sworn in by a magistrate without a clear victory. Now
there are two heads of state. The rebel leader of the Angolan civil
war, Jonas Savimbi, was killed. And anthrax was reported on a Georgia
February 21 (Day 52, Wall): A US Army
Special Forces helicopter with 12 onboard crashed in the Philippines.
Kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter, Danny Pearl, 38, is dead.
Ariel Sharon announces proposal for buffer zones. And President Bush
talked with China's President Zemin about God and religious freedom.
February 20 (Day 51, Arrogance): After
a week of tasting its own blood, Israel finally shifted gears today and
retaliated against Palestinian terrorism. An Egyptian passenger train
caught fire and burned 7 of the train's 11 cars. And whirlwind
over the Great Lakes brought heavy snow to northeastern Wisconsin.
February 19 (Day 50, Pentecost, or the Church):
hail storm devastated the Bolivian capital of La Paz. Six Israeli
soldiers were killed and another wounded by Palestinian terrorists.
H. Rap Brown went on trial for murder. President Bush is in Seoul,
South Korea. And a man dug himself out of a grave.
February 18 (Day 49, Time Before Pentecost): Opening
arguments began in the trial of Andrea Yates, who is accused of capital
murder in the deaths of three of her children. Terrorist attacks
against Israel intensified. And President Bush addressed the Japanese
Diet and lunched with the Emperor.
February 17 (Day 48, Inheritance of the Levites):
the pall over last year's death of Dale Earnhardt, Ward Burton, driving
car #22, for cursing, won the 44th Daytona 500. Hong Kong is slaughtering
more chickens. President Bush visited a shrine to the dead in Hell
in Japan. And Georgia authorities are searching for hundreds of corpses
around a crematory.
February 16 (Day 47, Peace): Like a
carefully choreographed script, a suicide bomber blew himself up in an
Israeli mall hours after Joschta Fischer met with Arafat. Two Israeli
teens were killed and 29 injured in a Palestinian suicide bomb attack next
to a pizzeria in a shopping mall.
February 15 (Day 46, Pregnancy): School
children in 7 states have now been infected with the mysterious itching
rash that began on January 31st. There have been 169 cases reported in
the schools around Quakertown, Pennsylvania.
February 14 (Day 45, Victory Over the Stronghold):
Executive, Sherron Watkins, testified to the Senate Commerce
Committee how she heralded the collapse of Enron
last August in a meeting with CEO, Kenneth Lay. The weather angels
left another graphic account.
February 13 (Day 44, Suffering): The
Scottish Parliament voted to ban hunting with dogs, which effectively outlaws
fox hunting, fox baiting, and hare coursing. Rudolph Giuliani, has
received an honorary knighthood from the Britain's Queen Elizabeth.
Palestinian grave robbers were caught digging in Hell. And President
Bush met with Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf.
February 12 (Day 43, Fulfillment): Enron
CEO, Kenneth Lay, took the Fifth and refused to testify before a Senate
Commerce Committed hearing. A Russian-built airliner crashed in Iran
and killed all onboard. A domestic terrorist took a class hostage
at a Connecticut University. And fifth virus is suspected of causing
the rash in Philadelphia area school children.
February 11 (Day 42, Baal, the Bear, Russia):
jets and helicopter gunships struck the main Palestinian security complex
in Gaza City in retaliation for Kassam-2 rockets fired at Israel yesterday.
Four were killed in a school bus wreck in Minnesota. And a fire storm
reached Camp Pendleton, California.
February 10 (Day 41, Happiness): Chinese
authorities freed Li Guangqiang, who was accused of smuggling Bibles into
China. Two female Israeli soldiers were killed in a terrorist attack
on a pastry shop in Be'er Sheva. And another epidemic in the Philadelphia
area has killed one left 80 others ill.
February 9 (Day 40, Maximum Discipline): Britain's
Princess Margaret, the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, died this
morning after suffering another stroke. Winds of 50 mph delayed the
start of the Olympics. The mystery rash in Pennsylvania school children
moved closer to Birdsboro. And the European Union is preparing another
Middle East peace plan.
February 8 (Day 39, Sin Unto Death): The
Winter Olympics opened in Salt Lake City, Utah tonight. A mysterious
rash has showed up in school children in the area about 40 miles north
of Philadelphia. And the Taliban Foreign Minister surrendered in
February 7 (Day 38, Dying in the Wilderness):
Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, met with President George Bush at the White
House. A passenger kicked in the secure cockpit doors of a United
Airlines flight enroute to Argentina but was subdued. And President
Bush will apply the Geneva Conventions to Taliban but not al-Qa'eda prisoners.
February 6 (Day 37, Warrior): The suicide
note of the Tampa teen terrorist, Charles Bishop, was released today by
the Tampa, Florida Police Department. And the Hong Kong chicken slaughter
February 5 (Day 36, Ai): A federal grand
jury indicted American Taliban, John Walker Lindh, on 10 charges.
Mexico's Volcán Fuego in the Colima volcano complex is erupting.
A Palestinian mob killed 3 defendants in a Palestinian court. Hong
Kong authorities slaughtered 67,000 chickens. And Cyclone Chris made
landfall in Western Australia.
February 4 (Day 35, Rest From Enemies): President
Bush visited Eglin Air Force Base in northwest Florida to discuss his budget
to rebuild the military and announce a proposed military pay raise.
And five terrorists from the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
were killed by Israel.
February 3 (Day 34, Division of the Land): The
New England Patriots won the Super Bowl 20 - 17 over the St. Louis Rams
in a game which may be remembered as the best Super Bowl ever. A
strong earthquake has hit Turkey. And Mexico's President Vicente
Fox visited Cuban President Fidel Castro.
February 2 (Day 33, Purifying Judgment of Holy
Spirit): Dutch Crown Prince, Willem-Alexander, married Argentine,
Maxima Zorreguieta, in a regal ceremony in Amsterdam that drew royalty
and nobility from around the world. A French couple, ages 95 and
96, married. And storms pounded Great Britain.
February 1 (Day 32, Conspiracy): Vice
President Cheney has a bruised lip from playing with his dogs, but there
is a deeper meaning associated with Marriage Culture. The Birdsboro
bus driver was sent to federal prison for psychiatric evaluation.
And a triangular formation of weather elephants was over the USA.
January 31 (Day 31, Evil King): In the
shadow of the weather elephant over the Great Lakes, a powerful winter
ice and snow storm belted the US from Kansas to New York. President
Bush visited the Volusia County Fire Services Center in Florida.
Jordan's King Abdullah II met with Colin Powell. And the World Economic
Forum meeting began in New York.
January 30 (Day 30, Priest): A car plowed
through a line of Baptist school children in a parking lot in Los Angeles.
San Francisco airport was evacuated due to a security SNAFU. And
President Bush traveled to Daytona Beach, Florida.
January 29 (Day 29, Victory Over Edom): President
Bush delivered the State of the Union address as a large weather elephant
lurked over the nation. Powerful storms across Europe have
killed at least 17 people and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands.
And Mike Tyson's application for a boxing license
in Nevada was rejected.
January 28 (Day 28, Cosmic Stronghold): China
sentenced Li Guangqiang to 2 years for smuggling Bibles into China rather
than the previously feared death sentence. This was heralded by the
Logos holocaust. An Ecuadorian plane crashed in the Andes.
And Afghan Interim Leader, Hamid Karzai, met with President Bush at the
January 27 (Day 27, Horn): Dozens of
explosions ripped through Logos, Nigeria when an army ammunition dump caught
fire. A female Palestinian suicide bomber blew herself up in the
center of Jerusalem. A Russian military helicopter carrying
high-level officials crashed in Chechnya. And Afghan
Interim Leader, Hamid Karzai, arrived in Washington, DC.
January 26 (Day 26, Political Babylon): Marjan,
the one-eyed lion of Kabul zoo, died last night of old age. Three
buffalo tumbled out of a trailer on Interstate 90 west of Erie, Pennsylvania
yesterday. And a woman from London finished rowing across the Atlantic
when she landed in Barbados today.
January 25 (Day 25, Sovereignty): Birdsboro,
Pennsylvania school bus driver, Otto Nuss, who took his students on an
unauthorized field trip to Washington, DC yesterday, faced the full wrath
of the Law today. The Hockey Dad was sentenced to 6-10 years.
And the Bush Administration is reviewing its relations with the Palestinians.
January 24 (Day 24, Strategy): A school
bus driver from Pennsylvania decided on a whim to take his students on
a joyride to Washington, DC. Torrential rains in Tennessee caused
flooding and killed two people yesterday. American Taliban, John
Walker Lindh, appeared in US court. And a martin was killed by a
tennis ball in the Australian Open.
January 22 (Day 22, Cursing): A
Palestinian terrorist opened fire with an M-16 in the heart of Jerusalem.
the second largest discount retailer, filed for bankruptcy protection.
Singer, Peggy Lee, died. Sara Jane Olson was arraigned for murder.
And there was an earthquake in the Mediterranean.
January 21 (Day 21, Providential Preventative
Suffering): For the first time since the Oslo Accords,
Israeli forces occupied an entire Palestinian city. Arafat raised
his finger in defiance. Brazil was blacked out by huge power failure.
And looters in Goma were blown up in a gas station. God's truth about
Martin Luther King, Jr. was revealed in all this.
January 20 (Day 20, Military): A US
Marine helicopter crashed in Afghanistan and killed two and injured five.
US Middle East peace envoys will not return to the Middle East until Arafat
does more to arrest terrorists. And US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman,
Richard Myers, met with Egyptian President Mubarak in Egypt.
January 19 (Day 19, Federal Judiciary):
FBI Director, Robert Mueller, went down to Egypt for security talks, and
the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Richard Myers, went there for
separate talks. A transatlantic flight was diverted to Iceland after
a verbal terrorist threat. And the Army relieved the Marines in Kandahar.
January 18 (Day 18, Pillar): The Mount
Nyiragongo Volcano in the Republic of the Congo erupted yesterday and destroyed
a city of 400,000 with scenes of a lake of fire. Five burqa-clad
al-Qa'eda terrorists were apprehended in Pakistan. The Shoebomber
was arraigned, and SLA domestic terrorist, Sara Jane Olson, was sentenced
to 20 years to life.
January 17 (Day 17, Lawlessness): A
Palestinian terrorist burst into an Israeli bat mitzvah celebration
in Hadera firing an M-16. He began firing into the ballroom and killed
6 and injured over 30 before he was killed. Two military jets collided
over Arizona. And a corpse was eaten by monitor lizards in Delaware.
January 16 (Day 16, Sanctification): A
suspended student went on a shooting rampage at a Grundy, Virginia Law
School and killed three and injured three. The Shoebomber was indicted
by a federal grand jury. An Algerian was sentenced in the millennial
bombing conspiracy. And three former SLA members were arrested for
a bank robbery murder in 1975.
January 15 (Day 15, Covering): Two
students were shot inside Manhattan's Martin Luther King High School.
US and Russian arms control negotiators began two days of talks over nuclear
arms reduction. And two Israelis were murdered by Palestinian terrorists.
January 14 (Day 14, Passover): Sporting
a skinned cheek from yesterday's fainting spell, President Bush flew to
East Molaine, Illinois and then passed over the Mississippi River and visited
Aurora, Missouri. Aurora is Latin for dawn and corresponds to the
light after the eclipse.
January 13 (Day 13, Double Blessing): President
Bush fainted at the White House after choking on a pretzel. His wife's
biorhythm was in a triple critical phase. This corresponds to Eclipse
January 12 (Day 12, Authority): Israeli
forces fired missiles at two Palestinian ships at a port in the Gaza Strip
before dawn. Yesterday, an Egyptian fishing boat sank in the Gulf
of the Suez in the Red Sea. And the truth of the Arafat-Iran strategy
has been exposed.
January 11 (Day 11, Witness): Thomas
Junta, who beat his son's hockey coach to death on July 5, 2000, was convicted
in Cambridge, Massachusetts of involuntary manslaughter. And Ford
Motor Company is laying off 35,000 employees.
January 10 (Day 10, Laws of Establishment): Astronomers
have calculated the color of the Universe and found it to be a rainbow
of mostly emerald green, which agrees with the Bible. The first Taliban
and al-Qa'eda prisoners left for Guantanamo, Cuba. Israel destroyed
Palestinian buildings, and President Bush sat on the fence.
January 9 (Day 9, Plagues of Egypt): A
Marine Corps KC-130 refueling plane with 7 people onboard crashed and burned
in Pakistan. China rebuffed President Bush's questioning in the Bible
smuggling case. Palestinian terrorists killed four Israeli soldiers
at the "Africa" border post. And hyenas are terrorizing residents
of Malawi in Africa.
January 8 (Day 8, New Birth): A
man carrying a shoe disrupted a Los Angeles to Las Vegas flight.
Fire destroyed another historic church. And the Tampa teen terrorist
was named Bishara, a Syrian name.
January 7 (Day 7, Category): Signs
of Noah and Bibles came out again today. President Bush took issue
with the indictment of a man in China for smuggling Bibles. And jury
selection began in the trial of Andrea Yates, who is charged with drowning
her son Noah and 2 other siblings.
January 6 (Day 6, Man): A suicide
note found on the body of the 15-year old terrorist who crashed a Cessna
172 into the Bank of America Building in Tampa, Florida expressed support
for the 9-11 attack and support for bin Laden. US envoy Zinni left
Israel after another failure.
January 5 (Day 5, Grace, Giant): A
15-year old student pilot crashed a Cessna 172 into the Bank of America
Building in Tampa, Florida. This was domestic terrorism. There
were four small plane crashes today.
January 4 (Day 4, Weakness): A
US soldier was killed and a CIA agent wounded in an ambush west of Khowst
in eastern Afghanistan. Israeli forces captured a freighter loaded
with arms bound for the Palestinian Authority. And the world's oldest
man and Italy's oldest woman died.
January 3 (Day 3, Trinity): US
planes unleashed their wrath on what was believed to be a meeting of the
al-Qa'eda leadership, possibly involving bin Laden. Tornadoes in
Homestead, Florida were linked to the Middle East peace process, the arrest
of Zacarias Moussaoui, and Cyclone Bernie and the Sydney fires in Australia.
January 2 (Day 2, Division): Zacarias
Moussaoui, 33, believed to be the 20th terrorist from the September 11th
attack, was arraigned in US federal court in Alexandria, Virginia.
The arraignment illustrates the meaning of 2002. Three weather elephants
over Florida spun up tornadoes. And the first robberies of the euro
January 1 (Day 1, Unity): The
meaning of 2002 is divine division. The number, 2, stands for division
or separation. However, the division is really God's division.
The division and separation are the production of God related to such things
as the Royal Family of God, the Client Nation, Israel, and Marriage.
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