Friday, November 7, 2014

Third Seal/False Sukkot Update: Super Typhoon Nuri: Frankenstorm Part II?

 Back during the summer of 2012, a young man (Chris) prophesied Hurricane Sandy months before the storm, and another man interpreted it months later, by citing I Kings 12. Hurricane Sandy arrived, as prophesied on Halloween, October 31, 2012 (Cheshvan 15, 5773), on the first day of Jeroboam’s False Sukkot. On the seventh day, we had a divided nation elect a dismal President. And, on the eighth day, November 7, 2012 (Cheshvan 23, 5773), the second storm brought “Snow and a Broom,” as prophesied.

Months later, in 2013, Mark Wetterling told me that God had asked him to read I Kings 12 years earlier because it would have meaning. Hurricane Sandy was a sign of the Third Seal of Revelation. Ever since then, staple crop prices have increased quickly. If you survey northern regions since 2012, you’ll see drought, pestilence, and floods worldwide, just as prophesied.

When he broke the third seal, I heard the third living being say, “Go!” I looked, and there in front of me was a black horse, and its rider held in his hand a pair of scales. Then I heard what sounded like a voice from among the four living beings say, “Two pounds of wheat for a day’s wages! Six pounds of barley for the same price! But don’t damage the oil or the wine!” Revelation 6:5-6 (CJB)

In the news today is a monster storm due to rattle Alaska, and the rest of our continent. Curiously, we are celebrating the arrival of Jeroboam’s False Sukkot tonight on November 7, 2014 (Cheshvan 15, 5773). Do these False Sukkot storm coincidences have meaning?

Rapidly Strengthening Monster Storm May Become Most Intense Ever for Alaska - See more at:
A powerful storm is slated to move over the Bering Sea this weekend, possibly becoming one of the most intense storms to ever impact the region. The former Super Typhoon Nuri is forecast to track northward into the Bering Sea, located in between Alaska and Russia, on Friday, losing its tropical characteristics as it does so. At this point, the system will undergo rapid intensification, producing howling winds as the central pressure plummets to near record levels. meteorologists believe that this system could become one of the most intense storms to move over the Bering Sea. The central pressure of this system is forecast to drop below 930 millibars on Friday night. To put this in perspective, the lowest pressure recorded in Hurricane Sandy was 940 millibars.

If the pressure of this storm does drop this low, it will be in contention for becoming one of the most powerful storms to ever develop over the Bering Sea in recorded history in terms of central pressure. The current record stands at 925 millibars from a powerful storm that moved over the Bering Sea on Oct. 25, 1977.This storm will not only have impacts on Alaska, eastern Russia and the Bering Sea, but also the contiguous United States.
I have no news on Comet Siding Spring: Mars Spacecraft Reveal Comet Flyby Effects on Martian Atmosphere – See more at:

Blah, Blah, Blah...from NASA (Nothing from NASA).

My opinions: I still can’t find any answers for what happened to Comet Siding Spring. I find it odd that the super storm will bi-sect Russia and America, two nations ready to begin WWIII.
Let’s watch and wait.


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