The peace conference began with a state dinner on the night of September 1, as Hurricane Earl approached (top right) as a horse, the symbol of war and a male phallic reversionist. A rod, the symbol of punishment, stretched through the Great Lakes, the region of Naphtali and peace, to Texas, the region of Reuben, the adulterer. The rod, or staff, stretching through the Great Lakes into Texas was a reminder of how Reuben lost the rulership of Israel because of his adultery with Bilhah (Gen 35:22). The rod, or staff, has also frequently been linked to President Obama. The symbolism was that he called the peace conference to beat the Israelis and Palestinians into line. It was also a symbol of the wrath of God.
During the peace conference, Netanyahu and Abbas met with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. They also met alone for about an hour and a half. They pledged to begin peace negotiations and be finished in a year. The same promise was made by the previous Israeli Prime Minister at the end of the Bush administration. The peace conference lasted one day, September 2.
As the conference ended, Hurricane Earl was just off the coast of North Carolina and weakening. After the conference, Earl was still in the shape of a horse, a staff stretched from the Great Lakes to Texas, and Tropical Storm Fiona was in the shape of a hawk (top middle picture). The hurricane and tropical storm obviously symbolized Netanyahu and Abbas, where Netanyahu was the horse and Abbas was the hawk. A hawk symbolizes an evil throne angel, like an evil king. Later in the morning, the hawk turned into a cobra as Tropical Storm Fiona fell apart. The scene in the Atlantic corresponded to the symbol of the Tribe of Dan as a serpent that bit the horse's heel and caused its rider to fall off.
The peace conference was a rejection of the Abrahamic Covenant, which carries a solemn curse upon all who reject the Jews (Gen 12:3). No true Jew would ever reject the Abrahamic Covenant, nor would a true Jew reject the Savior of Israel, who is Jesus Christ. The Washington peace conference was symbolized by a hurricane shaped like a war horse on one side and a rod of punishment on the other. Not even the devil can make peace between Israel and the Arabs (Gen 16:17; 25:17-18).