Alex Tomcat Takes on the Taliban,
Petraeus Confirmed, Hurricane Alex Landfall Mexico
Alex Tomcat Takes on the Taliban
June 30 (Day 181,
Grace Counterattack): Hurricane
Alex made landfall in Mexico about 100 miles south of Brownsville, Texas
with 90 knot winds about 7:45 CDT (0045 GMT). It was the strongest
June hurricane in 44 years. Alex had previously made landfall in
Belize and crossed the Yucatan Peninsula. The image of Alex on the
satellite map was clearly a tomcat on the attack. Landfall of a hurricane
symbolizes an army invasion. At the time of landfall, the Last Adam
Planet was rising on the Ascendant in Sagittarius, which symbolizes an
enemy attack of an army.
The meaning of the tomcat points back to the the
confirmation of General David Petraeus as commander in Afghanistan earlier
in the day. The Senate confirmed Gen. Petraeus unanimously by a vote
of 99-0, where 99 symbolizes almost but not quite. It is highly unusual
for the Senate to agree on anything. So, this must have been divine
providence. The weather angels broke the story by portraying Hurricane
Alex as a tomcat. They noticed the crouched posture of Gen. Petraeus
and his quiet demeanor. It was Day 181, for an authority counterattack
from Jezebel. The Taliban are ruled by Jezebel, who sponsors religion.
Their tactics are similar in that they creep around and attack unarmed
civilians to achieve political recognition. Then they run to hide
behind women and children. So, God did not send a bulldog after them.
He sent a tomcat.
Hurricane Alex made landfall in Mexico in the form
of a tomcat on the satellite map. The tomcat symbolized Gen. Petraeus,
who appears to crouch with his hands raised like paws. This is not
just a cartoon. It is some rare divine humor. Gen. Petraeus
was confirmed as commander for Afghanistan on Day 181, where 81 is for
the grace counterattack of Jezebel. The Taliban believe the
Islamic doctrine of Jezebel. So, God sent a tomcat to attack them.
A cat symbolizes a carnal female as well as Jezebel.
Tomcats are rapists and not a bad symbol for an invading army.