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Tropical Storm Debby Over Florida

TS Debby Radar, NWS, 6-24-12, 1158 GMT
SPC Storm Graphic, 6-24-12

Tropical Storm Debby Over Florida

June 25, 2012 (Day 177, Reverse Process Reversionism):  After slowly wandering around South of Cuba and the Yucatan, Tropical Storm Debby was named on June 23, 2012.  The next day it covered Florida from Pensacola to the Keys and brought rain (ref. radar image).  Then came the tornadoes and waterspouts.  There were twenty tornado reports over South Florida, which is an unusually large number for Florida.  The rain continued in Florida through June 25 as the storm with a gaping center crawled North toward Apalachicola like a turtle.  Even though it gobbled up dry air, the rain continued with heavy downpours and over 10 inches in some areas.

A tornado, which struck a home on Montana Trail in Venus, Florida, killed Heather Town, 32.  She was found with her 3-year-old daughter, who was still alive.  Venus is n Highlands County, which is Florida Couty #27, for a horn, corresponding to a tornado.

A South Carolina man, age 32, who was vacationing in Alabama, was swallowed by the rough surf around 1:45 PM CDT on June 24.  His body has not been found.
 

TS Debby, 6-25-12, 1545 GMT, NOAA
Turtle
TS Debby, 6-25-12, 1545 GMT, UW
Turtle
TS Debby, 6-25-12, 2115 GMT, UW
Man

Satellite images of Tropical Storm Debby on June 25 resembled a turtle and later, a man.

Galapagos Giant Tortoise Dies

The last surviving Pinta Island giant tortoise, believed to be over 100 years old, was found dead on June 24 in the Galapagos Islands.  The tortoise, named Lonesome George, the only remaining member of his subspecies (Chelonoidis abingdoni), was found dead in the morning, stretched out toward his water hole.  Such turtles can live 200 years.  George was found on Pinta Island by biologist Joseph Vagvolgyi in 1971.2

Conclusion

Tropical Storm Debby has crept around the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico like a turtle.  It appeared as a turtle on June 25.  A turtle symbolizes Baal, the god of Islam, and enemy of Israel, marriage, and children.  As Tropical Storm Debby covered Florida on June 24, the last surviving Pinta Island giant tortoise died in the Galapagos Islands at around age 100.  That marked the end of the era for the subspecies, corresponding to the end of the era marked by the Transit of the Morning Star on June 5, 2012.  A woman was killed by a tornado in Venus, Florida.  Venus is Satan's name for the Morning Star.  The woman lived on Montana Trail.  In the Heavens overhead, a Plow pointed to the Almighty God Planet in Taurus, for Baal, the giant, or the ruler of the world.  Taurus corresponds to Montana in the US.  The next day, the US Supreme Court overruled a Montana law that limited campaign finance contribution.

Tropical Storm Debby brought flooding and tornadoes to Florida.  A Tropical Storm symbolizes rejection of the Grace message of the pastor, like the rebellious female who rejects the authority of her Right Man.   Flooding symbolizes the breakdown of Marriage Culture from female lasciviousness associated with the Prostitute of Babylon.  And tornadoes symbolize the breakdown of Marriage Culture due to the uncircumcised male.  Thus Tropical Storm Debby was a powerful symbol of the breakdown of Marriage Culture.

Two people were killed by Tropical Storm Debby on June 24, a man in Alabama and a woman in Florida.  Both were 32, for a conspiracy, corresponding to Syria, where the government is massacring civilians.  One of the satellite images of Tropical Storm Debby resembled a man in the surf.

The first freely elected President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, was announced on June 24 during the peak of Tropical Storm Debby's attack on Florida.  This also corresponds to the end of the old era and beginning of the new associated with the Transit of the Morning Star.  The number, 24, stands for strategy, such as Satan's strategic attack on Israel.

References

1.  Jeff Skrzypek, "Heather Town, Venus mom, shields child during tornado, dies," WPTV.com, June 25, 2012.
2.  Bryony Jones, "Lonesome George, last of the Pinta Island tortoises, dies," CNN, June 25, 2012..
3.  "Search continues on Ala coast as Debby shifts," AP, GreenvilleOnline.com, June 25, 2012.

Released June 25, 2012

Author:  Larry Wood