Friday, December 28, 2012

Proof: Third Seal of Revelation Opened Around Av 9 (Summer), 2012

Prophetic Warning: Most theologians are amillennialists (In their opinion most of the biblical prophecies are fairy tales) or pre-tribulation rapture-believers (In their opinion God loves only them, because everyone else will suffer). Almost all rapture-believers support the Doctrine of Immanency, meaning nothing; I mean nothing (!) needs to happen before the rapture. These theologians are wrong in both cases. Mentioning this makes me sound quite arrogant, like I’m one of the few that understands biblical prophecy better than America’s top pastors. Within ten years, tangible proof will prove my theories, just wait.  

If the Seals of Revelation are opening, there should be proof. And if the Third Seal opened last summer, there should be a draught, and food prices should be increasing.
Revelation 6: 5-6 When he opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, “Come!” And I looked, and behold, a black horse! And its rider had a pair of scales in his hand. And I heard what seemed to be a voice in the midst of the four living creatures, saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius, and do not harm the oil and wine!” (ESV)

One should assume that drought causes inflationary food prices, as found in the Third Seal. It's the typical biblical pattern.

Proof from the Weather Channel: http://www.weather.com/news/drought/drought-coverage-rising-20121227
"U.S. Drought: Third Highest Severe to Extreme Percentage on Record
Extreme and exceptional drought, the worst categories on the U.S. Drought Monitor, are on the rise again.

The graphic above from meteorologist Matt Sitkowski at the The Weather Channel shows this with the peak occurring back in August followed by a decline in the fall and now a rising percentage as we close out the year. When just examining the worst category "exceptional drought", the United States will end the year with its highest percentage in this category so far in 2012.

To provide a little more perspective, we can compare the current status of the drought to others in past history dating back to 1895 using another measure called the Palmer Drought index from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

At the end of November, the areal extent of the drought rated severe to extreme was at 44.8 percent. This is the highest extent so far this year and the third highest overall according to weather.com meteorologist Nick Wiltgen. Only the peaks from 1934 (July) and 1954 (September) had a higher percentage than the 2012 drought in their respective years...."

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