NASA Launch, Orlando Wreck Passover
I-4 in Orlando
Syria Peace Talks
Face Strategic Impasse
NASA TDRS-L Launch
January 24 (Day 24,
launched another Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS-L) aboard an Atlas
V rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida last night, January
23, 2014. The Launch, which was originally scheduled for 9:05 PM
EST (0205 GMT), was delayed until 9:33 PM EST due to a Radio Frequency
(RF) communications problem. The satellite will be used to provide
continuous communication around the globe with NASA spacecraft, namely
the International Space Station. The TDRS satellites are a
type of passover configuration in which the Space Station in a lower orbit
passes communications up to a TDRS satellite, which relays the communication
to the ground.
The Atlas 5 was scheduled to launch
at 9:05 PM EST, where 5 symbolizes a giant. The failure to launch
on time due to an RF problem was, thus due to Spiritual Warfare.
The launch occurred at 9:33 PM, where 33 symbolizes the purifying Judgment
of the Holy Spirit.
I-4 in Orlando
Five hours after the NASA launch a
tractor-trailer loaded with lumber crashed into the concrete dividing barrier
in the middle of Interstate 4 in Orlando and spilled its load into the
lanes of oncoming traffic. The wreck was caused when the driver,
Carl Thompson, 60, of Winter Haven, Florida, began coughing and lost control
of the vehicle. He was traveling eastbound at Kennedy Boulevard (Mile
Marker 89), and the load of lumber passed over the concrete dividing barrier
and blocked all of the westbound lanes. One car hit the lumber and
rolled and another hit an ambulance that was responding to the wreck.
None of the injuries were life-threatening. The coughing was characteristic
of a Cosmic System counterattack
from a demon.
The westbound lanes of I-4 were
blocked during the morning rush and were not fully open until 9:30 AM EST.
The roadblock on I-4 symbolizes a strategic failure. The NASA TDRS
satellites, managed by Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., have
a history of strategic failure. The booster rocket of the first one
launched on Challenger in 1983 failed to achieve geosynchronous orbit,
and the onboard thrusters had to be used to boost the satellite to orbit,
which limited the life of the satellite. The next TDRS satellite
blew up in the Challenger
Talks Face Strategic Impasse
A strategic impasse stopped the Syrian
peace talks today in Geneva before they began. The rebels (Syrian
National Coalition) will not accept a transition government that includes
President Bashar al-Assad, and the Syrian delegation will not accept one
without Assad. Therefore, tomorrow the two sides will not negotiate
directly but through a mediator, UN special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi.
The NASA launch of TDRS-L at 9:33 PM
on January 23, 2014 was followed five hours later at 2:30 AM EST on January
24 by a wreck that blocked the westbound lanes of Interstate 4 in Orlando
at Kennedy Boulevard. The roadblock of I-4 symbolized a strategic
failure. The TDRS satellite is a type of strategic data router.
The number, 24, symbolizes strategy. Today Syrian peace talks did
not begin as scheduled due to a strategic impasse in which the Syrians
are demanding that President Assad remain in power while the rebels will
not accept any agreement with Assad still in power.
The NASA TDRS satellite functions
in a passover configuration. The TDRS satellites, which are in a
higher, geosynchronous orbit, receive communications from the Space Station
in a lower orbit and relay the communications to the ground. The
truck wreck in Orlando involved the eastbound truck hitting the concrete
barrier in the middle of the highway and having its load of wood passed
over into the westbound lanes on the other side of the barrier. The
Syrian peace talks are not direct negotiations between the two sides but
each side communicates with a mediator. This arrangement corresponds
to the function of the TDRS satellite and the meaning of the year 2014,
for the Passover.
1. Daniel Dahm. "Lumber
spill closes Interstate 4 in Orlando," ClickOrlando.com, Jan. 24, 2014.
2. Rikki Klaus. "Driver
says 'coughing' caused major crash," WESH.com, Jan. 24, 2014.
Launches Third Generation Communications Satellite," NASA RELEASE 14-027,
Jan. 23, 2014.
and Data Relay Satellite," Wikipedia, Jan. 23, 2014.
5. Tom Cohen. Laura Smith-Spark. Elise Labott,
Nic Robertson. "Fragile
Syrian talks inch forward with more meetings planned," CNN, Jan. 24,
Released January 24, 2014