Tropical Storm Barry was named at 5:00 PM EDT on June 1, the first day of Hurricane Season. Whether from over-zealous hurricane truckers or not, it was a slap in the face from God and a reminder to listen and obey the doctrinal message. Upon making landfall north of Tampa Bay, the storm appeared as a horse on the satellite map (ref. top left picture). Landfall in Florida was about an hour after Tropical Storm Barbara made landfall in southwestern Mexico at the Guatemala border. Barry is from Gaelic meaning fair hair (or white hair), and Barbara is from Greek meaning foreigner, or barbarian. The pair might be the old man and the young foreigner, or some sort of pairing of a man and woman in Marriage. Barbara is also similar to Barbaro, the name of the famous race horse, who was euthanized on January 29, 2007.
As Barry rolled north over South Carolina, it
joined into a diagonal row of horses - about four all together (ref. top
right picture). The four horses represented a raiding band of mounted
cavalry like the four horsemen of the Apocalypse (Revelation
6:1-8). However, this is not the Tribulation; so they were not
the four horsemen of the Apocalypse. A horse symbolizes war and a
male phallic reversionist. A row of horses in the oblique order of
battle obviously symbolizes war. The horses were portrayed as crossing
the Mississippi River. The left horse was over the region of severe
tornado damage in Iowa The horses and tornadoes crossing the Mississippi
symbolized Joshua's entrance into the Promised Land and the Second Advent.
The landfall of Tropical Storms Barbara and Barry also symbolized the Second
The planets overhead at the time of Barry's landfall formed three major configurations. There was a Plow that pointed at the Mediator planet (Uranus) in Aquarius, which corresponds to the location of Florida. A Plow represents suffering like being plowed under. There was also a Kite, which symbolizes Jesus Christ lifted up on the Cross between Heaven and Earth. And there was a Yod (finger of God), which represents a crisis in timing. The Yod pointed to the Morning Star, which symbolizes the Lord Jesus Christ at the Second Advent when He returns to conquer the enemies of Israel.
Links: | SPC Report |Powerful tornadoes with winds of 136-140 mph ripped through eastern Iowa and destroyed homes and businesses. There were also tornadoes in Indiana, Wisconsin, Texas, and Florida. A waterspout came ashore as a tornado in the Florida Keys at 24 N., for Satan's strategic attack on Israel.
Landfall of Tropical Storm Barry was heralded by tornadoes that devastated parts of eastern Iowa and crossed the Mississippi. A tornado in the Florida Keys was at 24 N., for Satan's strategic attack on Israel. Florida has been associated with the Palestinians at Gaza. After landfall the cloud pattern of Barry appeared as a horse that joined other horses in an oblique line that crossed the Mississippi River. This symbolized entering the Promised Land and the Second Advent. The landfall of the two Tropical Storms also symbolized the Second Advent.
Overhead, the astro chart at the time of landfall in Florida contained a Plow pointed at the Mediator planet (Uranus) in Aquarius, the water bearer, which symbolizes carrying the Gospel and corresponds to Florida. The Plow represents suffering like being plowed under. Thus, the heavens also foretold the impact of Barry on Florida. Although Barry brought rain relief from the drought, it nevertheless represented the Spiritual suffering of the nation due to rejection of Bible Doctrine by Christians.