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Hurricane Gonzalo, Tempest of Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo, 10-17-14, PSC Hurricane Gonzalo Radar, 10-17-14, BDA Hurricane Gonzalo, 10-18-14, NOAA
Hurricane Gonzalo, Tempest of Bermuda
Gonzalo from Shakespeare
Conclusion

Hurricane Gonzalo, Tempest of Bermuda

October 17 (Day 290, Victory Over Edom):  Hurricane Gonzalo made a direct hit on the islands of Bermuda.  After crossing the Atlantic, the eye of the storm passed directly over the main island.  As the powerful storm approached, it weakened considerably due to interaction with the large weather elephant off the eastern US and the Grace of God.  As the northern eyewall passed over, the wind was only about 60 to 68 knots along with stronger gusts.  After the eye passed over, the southern eyewall was stronger with winds of 80 knots.

Trees were knocked down all over and roads were impassable.  The power was out, but the major damage predicted by the media reports did not occur.  Bermuda is in the Atlantic in the region corresponding to Political Babylon.  The power blackout is a sign of the judgment of Political Babylon.

The satellite image of Gonzalo included a giant serpent (symbol of Satan) that swallowed it up.  The image of a black-faced Prostitute of Babylon was watching.  The majority of the inhabitants of Bermuda are Blacks.  After the hurricane passed Bermuda, it appeared as a horse, the symbol of war and a male phallic reversionist.  The name, Gonzalo, means war.

Gonzalo from Shakespeare

Hurricane Gonzalo was historic because of its name.  Gonzalo was one of the characters in Shakespeare's "The Tempest."  In the play Prospero conjured up a storm and Gonzalo was shipwrecked, but everyone made it safely to a small island.  While passing the time on the island, Gonzalo made various philosophical statements to some of the other survivors.

In one of his speeches, Gonzalo said if he were the king of the island, he would declare that no one would work.  There would be no contracts or sovereignty.  Everyone would be in harmony with nature.  He said:

I' the commonwealth I would by contraries
Execute all things; for no kind of traffic
Would I admit; no name of magistrate;
Letters should not be known; riches, poverty,
And use of service, none; contract, succession,
Bourn, bound of land, tilth, vineyard, none;
No use of metal, corn, or wine, or oil;
No occupation; all men idle, all;
And women too, but innocent and pure;
No sovereignty;--1
This was the condition of Adam and the woman in the Garden before the Fall.  However, after the Fall there was a need for authority and laws because of evil on the Earth.

Storms are curses upon the environment that symbolize Divine punishment and foretell invasions, battles, and wars (Hos 8:7; Nah 1:3).   Landfall of a hurricane symbolizes an invasion, such as the Second Advent.  The destruction of the land from a storm, including trees down, symbolizes the death of people.  Bermuda was littered with broken trees.

Hurricane Gonzalo passed over Bermuda on October 17, 2014, Day 290, where the numbers mean:  17 lawlessness, 2014 Passover, 290 victory over Edom.  Gonzalo was a character in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" who wound up on an island because of a storm.  The Sovereign Design of God included Shakespeare and his play, "The Tempest."  Now, the story has resurfaced in history due to Hurricane Gonzalo.  God speaks through everything, including Shakespeare's fiction and the National Weather Service.

Conclusion

Hurricane Gonzalo was related to Shakespeare's "The Tempest."  God speaks through the Bible, history, literature, and everything else.  The broken trees on the islands symbolized the death of people in war.  Hurricane Gonzalo passed over Bermuda in 2014, which symbolizes the Passover and the Second Advent.  Landfall on the 17th corresponds to lawlessness and the current Arab holocaust.

A hurricane symbolizes rejection of the Grace message of the pastor like the rebellious Right Woman who rejects the authority of her Right Man.  Before the holocaust, the congregation cannot listen to Bible Doctrine and the Right Woman rejectes her Right Man due to Divine punishment of Hardness of the Heart.  God hardens the heart to prevent people from responding to Grace in any way execpt His way.  He hardened the hearts of the Egyptians before destroying them at the time of the first Passover and Exodus.

References

1.  Jeremy Hylton.  "The Tempest," The Tech, MIT.
2.  "Gonzalo: what's in a name?" The Royal Gazette, Oct. 17, 2014.

Released October 18, 2014

Author:  Larry Wood