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Deadly Tornadoes Answer US Cuban Policy

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Deadly Tornadoes Answer US Cuban Policy
Conclusion

Deadly Tornadoes Answer US Cuban Policy

February 24 (Day 55, Grace Blessing):  Shortly after President Obama gave his speech about closing the Guantanamo Bay detention center, the weather angels struck Louisiana with a vengeance.  His speech began at 10:30 AM EST, and the first tornado struck at 11:56 EST (10:56 CST, 1656 GMT).  At 3:38 PM CST a tornado devastated the Sugar Hill RV (Recreation Vehicle) Park in Convent, Louisiana.  Two people were killed and about 30 injured.  As tornadoes proceeded into Mississippi, another person was killed in Baxterville.  At 10 PM CST tornadoes cut a path of destruction through Pensacola, Florida, where apartment buildings were destroyed.  Tornadoes also struck Alabama and Georgia.

The satellite weather images told the story.  The image of a smiling lion with eye over Washington, DC and the lips of a woman was looking at the image of a Bull over Louisiana. The lion symbolized the Evil King and the lips of the woman symbolized the Prostitute of Babylon.  This duplicity symbolized Satan and his slaves in Washington.  Louisiana symbolizes Simeon criminality and Scorpius associated with Cuba.  The Cuban Revolution ended in 1959 when Castro rose to power, and 59 symbolizes Simeon.  The bull symbolizes an angelic power.

The smiling lion was actually part of a centaur scorpion that stretched into the Atlantic.  A centaur scorpion symbolizes a criminal demon from Hell resembling a locust with the head of a horse and tail of a scorpion (Rev 9:2-11).  Thus, the smiling lion symbolized head criminal from Hell, Abaddon (Rev 9:11).  As the Bull drifted East, its large eye appeared over Kentucky.  This was the angel caricature of Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who came out in opposition to President Obama's plan to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center.  McConnell wears thick glasses, which the weather angels portrayed as a goggle eye.

So, as the Red Planet was entering Scorpius, for bloody crimes, tornadoes struck Louisiana, which corresponds to Scorpius.  Tornadoes symbolize the destruction of Marriage Culture by the uncircumcised male.  This is a fitting description of the dearth of male leadership in the country as well as Washington, DC.  If male leadership had existed in the US military, the Guantanamo Bay detention center would have been closed ten years ago.

As the image of the Bull proceeded East, it transformed into the image of a hornet with a long pointed stinger.  The hornet spawned tornadoes that devastated apartments in Pensacola, Florida.  Pensacola is in Escambia County, which is Florida County #9, for the Plagues of Egypt.  God sent the plagues on Egypt to destroy it.

Conclusion

After President Obama gave his speech with his plan for closing the Guantanamo Bay detention center, the weather angels wrought havoc on Louisiana and the South.  Louisiana is associated with Simeon criminality and Cuba.  Not only does the President plan to close the Guantanamo Day detention center, but he plans to visit Cuba, the evil socialist country ruled by Satan.

The image of the smiling lion with woman's lips symbolized Satan who rules as the Evil King and Prostitute of Babylon.  It also symbolizes Satan's head demon criminal, Abaddon, who will be released from Hell in the Tribulation (Rev 9:11).  The duplicitous lion was behind the President's speech as well as US policy toward Cuba and the Guantanamo Bay detention center.  Satan rules the world, including the USA, and only Christians can thwart his plans.

Tornadoes symbolize the breakdown of Marriage Culture due to the uncircumcised male, corresponding to lack of sanctification in the year 2016, which stands for sanctification.

References

1.  Greg LaRose, "2nd death confirmed from tornado at Convent RV park," The Times-Picayune, Feb. 23, 2016.
2.  "Tornado aftermath: 70 homes damaged, 3 hurt," Pensacola News-Journal, Feb. 24, 2016.

Released February 24, 2016

Author:  Larry Wood