by Michael Snyder, End of the American Dream:
Is it just me, or does our world seem to be getting stranger with each passing day? As an attorney, I was trained to be level-headed and skeptical, and in my writing I typically stick to facts that I can prove. But lately, a whole lot of things have been happening that I don’t have any rational explanation for. Just look at what happened on Thursday. On the eve of the 14th anniversary of 9/11, a double rainbow appeared over the site where the World Trade Center towers once stood. We’ll discuss possible meanings of that sign in a moment. On Friday, a massive bolt of lightning caused a crane to collapse at the Grand Mosque in Mecca in Saudi Arabia. At least 107 people were killed and at least 238 others were injured. It turns out that this crane was owned by “the Saudi Binladin Group”. If that is a coincidence, it is an awfully bizarre one.
The Grand Mosque surrounds the holiest site in all of Islam. So the fact that photos are circulating all over social media that show “the polished tiled floor of the mosque covered in rubble, bodies and pools of blood, and people fleeing the area bleeding and covered in soot” is a very, very big deal.
Not only did this happen on the anniversary of 9/11, it also took place just before the Hajj is to begin…
The Grand Mosque, or Sacred Mosque, surrounds the Kaaba – the most sacred site in Islam. The cuboid structure made of granite located in the mosque’s center is often called the House of Allah.
The Kaaba is the place of the Hajj – the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, which is one of the five Pillars of Islam. It is mandatory of all Muslims physically and financially capable to carry out the journey at least once in a lifetime. The period of Hajj in Mecca is considered to be one of the largest gatherings of people in the world.
And as I mentioned above, the crane that collapsed just happened to belong to “the Saudi Binladin Group”…
The project to expand the mosque was launched in 2011 by late King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz. Earlier in 2015, King Salman bin Abdulaziz added five construction projects as part of the mosque’s expansion aiming to accommodate more than 1.6 million worshippers.
The projects cover 1.47 million square meters and include the construction of 78 new gates at ground level, according to the official Saudi Press Agency. The project and is being carried out by the Saudi Binladin Group at an estimated cost of US$26.6 billion, according to local press.
I don’t know what all of this means.
I am just throwing it out there.
Another very unusual sign was the very rare double rainbow that suddenly appeared in New York City on the eve of the anniversary of 9/11…
Double rainbow fills the sky in New York City ahead of 9/11 anniversary http://t.co/rTDtp2lx0X
— opal juanda (@OpalJuanda) September 11, 2015
I don’t know what this sign means either.
There are some that have suggested that it was God’s way of remembering the victims of 9/11 and their families.
Others have suggested that it is a sign of impending judgment. In the Bible, the rainbow was a sign that God used for his covenant with Noah, and in the book of Revelation we see a rainbow around the throne of God.
Today, we have taken this symbol which belongs to God and we have desecrated it…
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