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Huge Meteorite Crashes into Russia

Huge Meteorite Crashes into Russia

February 15 (Day 46, Pregnancy):  A huge fireball lit up the morning sky before Sunrise in the Ural Mountains over Chelyabinsk in Russia.  The meteorite exploded at low altitude before crashing to Earth.  The explosion blew out windows and damaged the roof and knocked down part of the wall of a zinc factory in Chebarkul.  Two pieces of the meteorite fell into Lake Chebarkul west of Chelyabinsk, while the main piece landed 80 miles to the west.  Loud sonic booms shattered windows and over 1,000 people were injured from flying glass as they rushed to the windows to see the sight.  The huge meteorite was the largest since the one in Tunguska, Siberia in 1908.

The Chebarkul meteorite was a harbinger of the asteroid that came closest to Earth 16 hours later over Indonesia.  The meteorite, like the asteroid, was a symbol of the Second Advent when the Lord Jesus Christ will return as "the rock cut out without hands" to crush the enemies of Israel (Dan 2:34).  The shattered windows was a sign of sudden cataclysmic Judgment.  The injuries to the faces of people looking out the windows corresponds to every eye seeing the Lord at the Second Advent (Rev 3:7).

Matthew 24:30 Second Advent
Then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky; then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky with power and great glory.

Revelation 1:7 Second Advent
Behold, He is coming among the clouds, and every eye will see Him, even those who pierced Him; and all the tribes of the Earth will mourn over Him.  So be it.  Amen.

The Russian meteorite fell to Earth at Chebarkul about 03:20/26 GMT (0920 AM local) just before the Sun rose in Aquarius.  Two pieces of the meteorite fell in the lake nearby.  The lake also corresponds to the sign of Aquarius.  The closest approach of Asteroid 2012 DA14 later in the day was over Indonesia in the region of Aquarius.  Thus, there are multiple indications of Aquarius associated with these symbols of the Second Advent.  This appears to point to the coming Age of Aquarius as the time of the Millennium (2437 AD).5

Russian Meteorite Chart

Russian Meteorite Chart, 2-15-13At the time of the Russian meteorite, the Chart contained a Skull, a Yod, and a Stellium.  A Skull is a morbid sign of death at the hands of Satan, who has the power of death.  A Yod symbolizes critical timing and the ability to seize the moment and strike at precisely the right time.  The Yod pointed to the Almighty God Planet in Taurus, for a world ruler.  Taurus also corresponds to the region around Chebarkul, Russia where the meteorite fell.  The de facto Stellium of four planets in Aquarius added great significance to the sign in the Chart.

The Sun was near the Ascendant in Aquarius, and Leo was near the Descendant.  This could indicate the return of the Lion of Judah at the Second Advent to establish the Millennium in the coming Age of Aquarius.

Conclusion

The meteorite in Chebarkul, Russia was the herald of the closest approach of Asteroid 2012 DA14.  It was also the herald of the Second Advent when the Lord Jesus Christ will return as "the stone cut out without hands" to crush the enemies of Israel (Dan 2:34).  The meteorite fell just before the Sun rose in Aquarius.  The Asteroid's closest approach to Earth was over Indonesia, which is in Aquarius.  The lines of Aquarius associated with the symbols of the Second Advent appear to be harbingers of the Millennium in the coming Age of Aquarius.

References

1.  "Meteorite hits Russian Urals: Fireball explosion wreaks havoc, over 900 injured (PHOTOS, VIDEO)," RT, TV-Novosti, Feb. 15, 2013.
2.  Paul Owen and Tom McCarthy.  "Meteorite slams into Central Russia injuring 1100 - live updates," The Guardian, Feb. 15, 2013.
3.  "Graphic: Russian meteor impact explained," The Telegraph, Feb. 15, 2013.
4.  Leonard David.  "Russia Meteor Blast Is Biggest in 100 Years," Space.com, Feb. 15. 2013.
5.  Larry Wood.  "The Ages," Oct. 4, 2012.

Released February 15, 2013

Author:  Larry Wood