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Killer Tornadoes Cross the Mississippi

Moussaoui Eligible for Death

Phallus, 4-2-06, 2215 GMT, NOAA SPC Tornadoes, 4-2-06

Killer Tornadoes Cross the Mississippi

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April  2 (Day 92, Homeborn Slave):  A swarm of tornadoes that crossed the  Mississippi  killed at least 27.  Twenty-three of the fatalities were in western Tennessee, with 15 of them in Dyer County.  Hundreds of homes were destroyed.  The dead included an infant and his grandparents, a sign of the Four Generation Curse.  The tornadoes were spawned from a storm front shaped like a giant circumcised phallus.  The circumcised phallus crossing the Mississippi symbolized the Army of Israel led by Joshua crossing the Jordan to conquer the Promised Land (ref. explanation in 2000).  This also symbolizes the Second Advent when the Lord Jesus Christ will return with the Church and destroy the enemies of Israel.

Tennessee represents the internal gates of the criminal justice system, which protects freedom of citizens under the Laws of Establishment.  The tornadoes struck on April 2, where 2 stands for divine division (ref. 2002).  It was Day 92, for a homeborn slave, which is also associated with the Palestinians.

A tornado represents the breakdown of Marriage Culture from the uncircumcised male.  This does not refer to physical circumcision, however, but to circumcision of the heart in the Church Age.  Circumcision was required of all Jews descended from Abraham as a symbol of the Right Man - Right Woman relationship and the Abrahamic Covenant.  Homeborn slaves in Israel were also required to be circumcised.  Circumcision was so important that God almost put Moses to death for not circumcising his son.  His first wife, Zipporah, performed the circumcision, which saved Moses' life.  However, Zipporah, a Midianite, rejected the doctrine of circumcision and promptly asked Moses for a divorce, which he granted (Exodus 4:24-26; 18:2)

Moussaoui Eligible for Death

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April  3 (Day 93, Guilt):  A federal jury decided that Al Qa'eda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui is eligible for the death penalty.  Moussaoui, who earlier pled guilty, is the only person prosecuted by the US in connection with the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack.  The jury's verdict came on April 3, for the Justice of the Holy Spirit, and Day 93, for guilt.

The White House was evacuated today after electrical power went out in Washington, DC.  A power outage represents the Judgment of Poltical Babylon.  Moussaoui was training to crash a jet into the White House.


The swarm of killer tornadoes that crossed the Mississippi and killed people in Tennessee heralded the verdict of the federal jury that found Zacarias Moussaoui eligible for the death penalty.  Tennessee represents the criminal justice system.  Moussaoui was tried in the US criminal justice system.  The jury's decision in the Moussaoui case was reached on April 3, for the Justice of the Holy Spirit, which is symbolized by the air, or wind.  Moussaoui was training to crash an airplane into the White House.  This was symbolized by the evacuation of the White House today due to a power failure.

As the Passover approaches, a storm front shaped like a giant circumcised phallus crossed the Mississippi River to symbolize the Army of Israel of Joshua crossing the Jordan to conquer the Promised Land.  The conquest of the Land was the fulfillment of the Abrahamic Covenant, which predicted the 400 years of slavery in Egypt and subsequent freedom.  Circumcision was required by the Abrahamic Covenant.  The penalty for failure to circumcise a male child was death (Genesis 17:14).  Moses, the greatest believer in the Bible, almost died the sin unto death for failure to circumcise his son.  And his belief in circumcision cost him his first marriage.

Today, in the Church Age, there is no requirement for circumcision.  However, there is a requirement for circumcision of the heart, which is the removal of scar tissue of the soul (Deut 30:6; Je 4:4; Rom 2:28, 29; Col 2:11).

Circumcise therefore the foreskin of your heart, and stiffen your neck no more. (Deuteronomy 10:16)
Circumcision of the phallus left it naked to remind the man that only his Right Woman could cover it.  Circumcison was sanctification of the phallus for the Right Woman.  Circumcision of the heart sanctifies the believer for a love relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.  All the screaming babies of the Jews being circumcised through history were required so that the importance of the Love for the Lord Jesus Christ from a circumcised heart would  never be forgotten.

Tornadoes symbolize the uncircumcised male.  They are God's Judgment upon a people who are covered with scar tissue of the soul and do not Love the Lord Jesus Christ.

Author:  Larry Wood