Click here for important update on the Hurricane Rita Bible Code: All eight names of the hurricanes when put together proclaim an important prophecy!
Also see Hurricane Vince posted after this one, which was a signifcant sign in this series of signs!
Below is the original post posted September 18, 2005.
The next day after this post I posted again to the effect that the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Houston Texas is the likely target as deduced from the Balance Bible Code, and its companion codes. The day following this God opened up to me more of the Balance Bible Code as it relates to hurricane Rita (and Katrina). http://www.bible-cod...iel-chariot.htm
See this post for update post as to why Rita missed Houston just like Ivan missed New Orleans last year:
The above map of hurricane Rita will be updated automatically until the final image at landfall.
Original Sept. 20 post:
I am just posting this for interest sake. We will watch and see.
WTNT43 KNHC 180842
TROPICAL DEPRESSION EIGHTEEN DISCUSSION NUMBER 2
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
5 AM EDT SUN SEP 18 2005
THE RECONAISSANCE AIRCRAFT THAT WAS EN ROUTE TO TROPICAL STORM
PHILIPPE WAS DIVERTED TO THE DEPRESSION...AND WE VERY MUCH
APPRECIATE THE LAST MINUTE FLEXIBILITY OF THE AIRCREW. WHEN THEY
FIRST GOT TO THE DEPRESSION...THEY DIDN'T FIND MUCH...INCLUDING
ONLY 5 KT OF WEST WIND AND A CENTER SOUTHWEST OF THE DEEP
CONVECTION. HOWEVER...ON THEIR SECOND PASS THROUGH THEY FOUND THAT
THE CENTER HAD MIGRATED OR REDEVELOPED CLOSER TO THE CONVECTION...
WHICH IS NOW TAKING ON A SLIGHTLY MORE BANDED APPEARANCE ON THE
FIRST FEW IMAGES AFTER THE SATELLITE ECLIPSE. THESE OBSERVATIONS
SUGGEST THAT THE DEPRESSION IS BECOMING BETTER ORGANIZED. THE PEAK
FLIGHT-LEVEL WINDS WERE 36 KT...WHICH SUPPORTS AN INITIAL INTENSITY
ESTIMATE OF 25 KT.
THE AIRCRAFT DATA REQUIRE A RELOCATION OF THE CENTER TO THE SOUTH
AND WEST OF THE PREVIOUS TRACK...AND THIS RESULTS IN A SLIGHT
SOUTHWARD SHIFT OF THE OFFICIAL FORECAST. HOWEVER...THE BASIC TRACK
REASONING REMAINS THE SAME. THE DEPRESSION IS EXPECTED TO MOVE
WEST-NORTHWESTWARD FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS TOWARD A WEAKNESS IN
THE SUBTROPICAL RIDGE JUST EAST OF FLORIDA. AFTER THAT...HIGH
PRESSURE OVER TEXAS AND THE WESTERN GULF SHOULD TURN THE DEPRESSION
WESTWARD. THE OFFICIAL FORECAST IS IN BEST AGREEMENT WITH THE GFS
AND GFDL GUIDANCE. THE UKMET IS FARTHER SOUTH...TAKING THE CYCLONE
ACROSS CENTRAL AND WESTERN CUBA. THE CANADIAN MODEL IS ALSO SOUTH
OF ITS PREVIOUS TRACK...TAKING THE CENTER JUST SOUTH OF KEY WEST.
UPPER-LEVEL LOW PRESSURE IS CENTERED OVER CENTRAL CUBA...AND THIS
LOW IS PRODUCING SOME SOUTHERLY SHEAR OVER THE DEPRESSION. THIS
SHOULD LIMIT INTENSIFICATION IN THE SHORT TERM...HOWEVER...THIS LOW
IS FORECAST BY ALL THE GLOBAL MODELS TO WEAKEN AND BE REPLACED BY A
NARROW RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE NEXT TWO TO THREE DAYS.
THIS UPPER PATTERN...COUPLED WITH VERY WARM SEA SURFACE
TEMPERATURES ALONG THE PATH OF THE CYCLONE...WOULD FAVOR MORE RAPID
DEVELOPMENT AS LONG AS THE CYCLONE AVOIDS THE LAND MASS OF CUBA.
THE GFDL IS NOT NEARLY AS AGRESSIVE AS IT WAS EARLIER TODAY...NOT
MAKING THE SYSTEM A HURRICANE UNTIL IT IS WELL INTO THE GULF OF
MEXICO. THE OFFICIAL FORECAST IS A LITTLE SLOWER THAN THE PREVIOUS
ADVISORY IN BRINGING THE SYSTEM TO HURRICANE STRENGTH AND FOLLOWS A
BLEND OF THE SHIPS AND GFDL GUIDANCE.
FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS
INITIAL 18/0900Z 21.7N 71.2W 25 KT
12HR VT 18/1800Z 22.2N 73.0W 30 KT
24HR VT 19/0600Z 22.8N 75.3W 35 KT
36HR VT 19/1800Z 23.4N 77.5W 45 KT
48HR VT 20/0600Z 23.8N 80.0W 55 KT
72HR VT 21/0600Z 24.0N 84.5W 65 KT
96HR VT 22/0600Z 24.0N 89.5W 75 KT
120HR VT 23/0600Z 24.0N 93.5W 80 KT
The following news article from the Washington Post is inserted much later on Oct. 14, 2005. It has to do with NASA.
"Damage from hurricanes Katrina and Rita has cost NASA three months' work in getting the space shuttle ready for its next flight, but planners said yesterday that they should be able to launch next May......
Hale said the work was significantly hampered by Katrina and Rita. NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility, which builds the external tanks, is in New Orleans, and while employees kept the installation free of flooding, the work schedule has been thrown into disarray.
"The plant came through very well," Hale said. "Our biggest problem is infrastructure." He said the hurricanes washed out roads into the facility and wiped out the homes of many Michoud employees.
Five hundred employees currently are working at Michoud, he said -- about one-quarter of the total. "We lost the equivalent of three months because of the hurricanes," Hale added, but the May launch window "is something we can work toward."
This post has been edited by Shekel: 14 October 2005 - 10:33 PM