The Hurricane Harvey Arrives At Houston With Warnings From The G-d Of Israel That Sudden Destruction Is Coming Upon Earth

Hurricane Harvey is awakening the Children of Israel that during Global Catastrophes, Metatron, the Melekh HaMaschiach (King Messiah) will be revealed to all of Planet Earth

The Eye of Hurricane Harvey as it made Land Fall near Houston, Texas in August, 2017 as a Category 4 Hurricane

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season erupted in full fury in August of 2017 when the “Eye of the Storm” of Hurricane Harvey arrived along the Texas coastline south of Houston, Texas, the fourth largest city in the United States.

This mammoth cyclone was the first of the major hurricanes to make landfall in the contiguous United States since 2005, when Hurricane Wilma took the record as the most intense hurricane in the Atlantic Basin history with a maximum wind of 185 mph catastrophic wind.

The 100-Year Frequency of North Atlantic Basin Tropical Cyclones that Peak in September of each Year

Major hurricanes with wind speed over 130 mph are not a new phenomenon for the records of Texas, hurricane records for the United States have been around for 166 years since 1852 on the Atlantic Ocean and since 1949 on the Pacific Ocean.

Tracks of all Hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean since 1851 and the Cyclones in the Pacific Ocean since 1949 for 166 Years

Hurricane Harvey also claimed the national record as the highest rain deluge for any Atlantic tropical cyclone in the United States. This came with the fifth highest rainfall total for a tropical cyclone; 51.88 in (1,318 mm) as recorded at Cedar Bayou to the east of Houston.

Hurricane Harvey, though the eighth named storm for 2017, and the third hurricane; it developed quickly as the first major storm beginning to the east of the Lesser Antilles and became a tropical storm on August 17, 2017.

There it degenerated into a tropical wave moving west-northwest across the Caribbean and the Yucatan Peninsula redeveloping in the Bay of Campeche on August 23.

Iconic Picture of Caring for People no Matter of Race

Houston Police SWAT officer carrying Vietnamese Mother and Child after rescuing them from their flooded home from the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey on Sunday, August 27, 2017 in Houston, Texas. – Credit/David J. Phillip/AP Photo

Harvey then began to rapidly intensify on August 24, regaining tropical storm status and becoming a hurricane later that day. While the storm moved generally northwest, Harvey’s intensification phase stalled slightly overnight from August 24–25; however, Harvey soon resumed strengthening and quickly became a major hurricane and attained Category 4 intensity late that day. Hours later, Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas, at peak intensity.

Harvey Storm Damage at the Gulf-side town of Rockport to the south of Houston

It was at the sea-port town along the Texas gulf coastline called Rockport that took the greatest brunt of the powerful gale winds up to 130 mph. They sustained significant damage to that coastal town that lives off the sea and surrounded with hundreds of boats for the recreational boating and fishing in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Rockport fisherman examining the Damage to the Fishing Industry on the Gulf Coast

The Normal Curving Pathways of Hurricanes Charley, Sandy and Rita

Harvey entered the Caribbean as a Tropical Storm, dropped to a Tropical Depression, then returned to build wind speed into a Category 4 hurricane prior to landfall. Why did it weaken and then return to be a Category 4 hurricane? The cone of a hurricane is normally an even curve as noted in the graphics above.

Harvey caused at least 51 confirmed deaths; 1 in Guyana, and 50 in the United States. Catastrophic inland flooding continued to the north in the Greater Houston metropolitan area as bayous created to channel the water away from the city, instead inundated and flooded vast residential areas. FEMA director Brock Long called Harvey the worst disaster in Texas history, and expected the recovery to take many years.

Preliminary estimates of economic losses range from $10 billion to $160 billion, with a large portion of the losses sustained by uninsured homeowners.

Yet the pathway of Hurricane Harvey was a one weaving back and forth like a snake, then reversing directions, pulling away from the coastline before returning to slam Houston. Houston was not originally in Harvey’s path, thus the Mayor’s wrong call on evacuations.

The Unusual Tortuous Pathway of Hurricane Harvey affected by the “Wobble of Planet Earth caused by the nearing Dark Binary Twin Star Nibiru pelting Earth with its powerful electromagnetic field force from outer space.

The factors that affect the force of a hurricane are usually consistent, not wavering, which shows the effect of the Earth’s wobble on both water and air masses as the Dwarf Twin Star Nibiru causes Planet Earth to wobble back and forth as Nibiru was now directing the pathway of the 2017 Hurricane called Harvey.

The Hurricane that affected the Houston Area worse than Hurricane Harvey

Yet, Hurricane Harvey was not the worst hurricane in Texas history. To the south of Houston at Galveston in the year of 1900, between August 27 – September 15, 1900, the Great Galveston Hurricane hit seaport and beaches of Galveston with a fury no one in our modern age has ever experienced.

The Hurricane of 1900, also known as the Great Galveston Hurricane, made landfall on September 8, 1900, in Galveston, Texas. It had estimated winds of 145 miles per hour (233 km/h) at landfall, making it a Category 4 storm on the Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale.

Yet, there is something unusual about the State of Texas. They are a people that are highly loyal to their families and to their state. They have an outstanding sense of duty and honor to their fellow men. They will walk that extra mile to help-out a person. The State of Texas is the Bible Belt of the United States and whose native citizens are predominately descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes of the House of Israel.

Native Texan holds Front Line against Hurricane Harvey, Galveston, Texas (August 2017)

They will also stand up for the rights of all mankind; and always with a sense of kindness, courage and faithfulness and loyalty to those who honor the principles of the bible as they also guide their lives by the Torah given to the Children of Israel at the mount called Sinai; a constitution for the “Nation of Israel” whose Torah roots were later imbedded into the Constitution of the United States as documented in the Destination Yisrael article titled: “The Jewish Torah Roots of the American Constitution by Prof. Paul Eidelberg.

The Pathway of the Category 4, “1900 Great Galveston Hurricane” with Wind Speed of 145 mph and an estimated 12,000 deaths

As being just Texans, they also who earned their honor of statehood by winning the war against the General Antonio López de Santa Anna’s Mexican army at the Battle of San Jacinto.

The Battle of San Jacinto, fought on April 21, 1836, in present-day Harris County, Texas, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution. Led by General Sam Houston, the Texian Army that engaged and defeated General Antonio López de Santa Anna’s Mexican army in a fight that lasted just 18 minutes.

Santa Anna, the President of Mexico, was captured the following day and held as a prisoner of war. Three weeks later, he signed the peace treaty that dictated that the Mexican army leave the region, paving the way for the Republic of Texas to become an independent country.

These treaties did not specifically recognize Texas as a sovereign nation, but stipulated that Santa Anna was to lobby for such recognition in Mexico City. Sam Houston became a national celebrity, and the Texans’ rallying cries from events of the war, “Remember the Alamo!” and “Remember Goliad!,” became etched into Texan history and legend.

The San Jacinto Monument at the site of the Texian War against President Santa Anna which they won in 1836. As an independent nation, Texas, entered the union of the United States of America as the State of Texas in 1844

The Texas Revolution (October 2, 1835 – April 21, 1836) was a rebellion of colonists in the Mexican northeast province of Texas against the central government aimed at restoring the rights of the colonists.

The rebellion was part of a larger rebellion of Mexican provinces (including the Republic of the Rio Grande and the Republic of Yucatán against the authoritarian regime of Mexican President Antonio López de Santa Anna.

While the other rebellions were ultimately unsuccessful, the Texas Revolution resulted in the establishment of Texas as an independent nation, and eventually Texas’ being annexed by the United States.

The revolution began in October 1835, after a decade of political and cultural clashes between the Mexican government and the increasingly large population of American settlers in Texas who were immigrants from other states or regions of the United States that were not colonized at that time.

In the meantime, the Republic of Mexico government had become increasingly centralized and the rights of the American colonists had become increasingly curtailed, particularly regarding immigration from the United States.

Texians (English-speaking settlers) disagreed on whether the ultimate goal was independence or a return to the Mexican Constitution of 1824. While delegates at the Consultation (provisional government) debated the war’s motives, Texians and a flood of volunteers from the United States defeated the small garrisons of Mexican soldiers by mid-December 1835. The Consultation declined to declare independence and installed an interim government, whose infighting led to political paralysis and a dearth of effective governance in Texas.

An ill-conceived proposal to invade Matamoros siphoned much-needed volunteers and provisions from the fledgling Texas army. In March 1836, a second political convention declared independence and appointed leadership for the new Republic of Texas.

Determined to avenge Mexico’s honor, President Antonio López de Santa Anna vowed to personally retake Texas. His Army of Operations entered Texas in mid-February 1836 and found the Texians completely unprepared.

Mexican General José de Urrea led a contingent of troops on the Goliad Campaign up the Texas coast, defeating all Texian troops in his path and executing most of those who surrendered.

Santa Anna led a larger force to San Antonio de Béxar (or Béxar), where his troops defeated the Texian garrison in the Battle of the Alamo, killing almost all of the defenders.

The Battle of the Alamo in San Antonia Texas

For the next month, a newly created Texian army under the command of Sam Houston steadily retreated towards the border with Louisiana; terrified civilians fled with the army, in a melee known as the Runaway Scrape.

Battle of San Jacinto – 1895 Painting by Henry Arthur McArdle (1836–1908

On March 31, Houston paused his men at Groce’s Landing on the Brazos River, and for the next two weeks, the Texians received rigorous military training. Becoming complacent and underestimating the strength of his foes, Santa Anna further subdivided his troops.

On April 21, Houston’s army staged a surprise assault on Santa Anna and his vanguard force at the Battle of San Jacinto. The Mexican troops were quickly routed, and vengeful Texians executed many who tried to surrender

Santa Anna was taken hostage; in exchange for his life, he ordered the Mexican army to retreat south of the Rio Grande. Mexico refused to recognize the Republic of Texas, and intermittent conflicts between the two countries continued into the 1840s. The annexation of Texas as the 28th state of the United States, in 1845, led directly to the Mexican–American War.

Texas was finally admitted to the Union in 1844 as a result of President Tyler’s interpretation of the election of 1844 as a “mandate” to acquire Texas.

The “Manifest Destiny” represented the widespread American belief that God had destined the United States to expand across the whole North American continent.

Let us take a pause. El-Shaddai, the Almighty G-d of Israel is guiding and controlling the affairs of the nations all around the Globe. It was the One G-d of Israel through Metatron the Angel before the Presence of G-d. who first guided the Children of Israel through the Red Sea from Egypt to Arabia.

It was also El-Shaddai, the Almighty G-d of Israel who guided the Lost Ten Tribes of the House of Israel from Pakistan and Afghanistan (Land of Media) back over the Caspian and the Black Sea to the “lands of their dwelling” where over the last 1600 years they have lived in Northern Europe, the Isles of the West and Scandinavia.

Now the G-d is allowing us to see, believe and perceive that He along in charge of the Universe even as it is being done in its infancy as a mega-planet or “dwarf star” to complete G-d judgment upon all mankind.

Nibiru is the Agent of the Almighty One of Israel and if we are awake, he will be HaShem’s emissary for the final judgment upon all mankind, not just Houston, but all nations on Planet Earth.

The Gulf deals with both the Polar Push forcing water and air away from Texas, and then the bounce back or the swing to the right and left relieving or increasing pressure. It was Zeta Talk who warned as early as 2006 that there would be coastlines that would become virtually uninhabitable, due to the Earth wobble induced assaults. After hurricane Katrina and now Harvey, it is becoming obvious that the Gulf states are among those locations.

But hurricane power of Harvey was not complete as it showed the world that Nibiru was nearby. Texas was breaking records, the highest rainfall ever. Overtopping the levees and threatening to break the reservoir dams upstream from Houston, the 4th largest city in the US was braced for even more flooding.

The Great Hurricane of Galveston of 1900

Galveston, Texas after the September 8, 1900, Hurricane. Texas State Library photo

The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 is one of the deadliest natural disasters ever to strike the United States. The second-deadliest storm to strike the United States, the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane, caused more than 2,500 deaths, and the deadliest storm of recent times, Hurricane Katrina, claimed the lives of approximately 1,800 people.

The Great Hurricane of Galveston caused great loss of life with a death toll of between 6,000 and 12,000 people; the number most cited in official reports is 8,000, giving the storm the third-highest number of deaths or injuries of all Atlantic hurricanes, after the Great Hurricane of 1780 and 1998’s Hurricane Mitch.

The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 occurred before the practice of assigning official code names to tropical storms was instituted, and thus it is commonly referred to under a variety of descriptive names.

Typical names for the storm include the Galveston Hurricane of 1900, the Great Galveston Hurricane, and, especially in older documents, the Galveston Flood. It is often referred to by Galveston locals as the Great Storm or the 1900 Storm.

The most deadliest natural disaster to hit the United States was the 1900 Galveston hurricane, which peaked also as a Category 4 intensity that corresponds to a modern-day Category 4 storm.

Other examples of storms that peaked at Category 4 intensity, and made landfall at that intensity include: Hazel (1954), Flora (1963), Betsy (1965), Frederic (1979), Joan (1988), Iniki (1992), Luis (1995), Iris (2001), Charley (2004), Dennis (2005), Gustav (2008), Ike (2008), Joaquin (2015) and Harvey (2017).

The ongoing event in the annual formation of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin highlights the fact that the Hurricane/Cyclone season officially began on June 1 and will end on November 30.

Hurricane Structure in the Northern Hemisphere

During this time-period, most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin begin and are adopted by convention.

Convection of the waters in the Atlantic Ocean, are caused by the circular motion of air and water that occur when warmer waters in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico with faster moving molecules rise from the seas as it becomes less dense while the cooler air from above sink under the influence of gravity producing a continuous circulation of water and heat.

However, as shown by Tropical Storm Arlene in April of 2017, the formation of tropical cyclones is possible at any time of the year.

The Pathway of Hurricane Harvey after Devastating Houston Region with 130 mph Hurricane force winds and over 50 inches of rain in many areas; more than Houston’s yearly rain fall.

Harvey’s track history map along with the symbols corresponding to Harvey’s status at the time shows that Hurricane Harvey for good portion of the time was not a topical depression from s time when Harvey was heading to Texas from August 21-22, 2017. (Weather Underground)

The Blessings of Human Rescuers aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

The Cajun Navy from Louisiana leave in mass heading to Houston to help rescue Flood victims from Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas

To the east of Houston, the Cajun country of Louisiana who suffered greatly with Hurricane Katrina, responded swiftly on their own. To their Texan brothers, they notified quickly, “We’re coming over to help you.”

Hospitality is what Abram did when he saw three men standing outside of his tent. He treated them with utmost kindness as typical in the ancient Middle East. Is it not conceivable that HaShem is reprograming our lives, as His “chosen people”; the Lost Ten Tribes of the House of Israel to learn or to continue living a life of hospitality to our fellow men?

The Cajun Navy preparing in mass to comb the streets, byways, rivers, bayous, and destroyed homes to help with the rescue operation of the Texas National Guard, and other compassionate human brother and sister.

As Tropical Storm Harvey continued to rage on, causing unprecedented flooding in Houston and surrounding areas, it makes sense that forecasters and the public have started trying to compare the floods to previous extreme weather events. Namely, the extreme flooding calls to mind another storm that devastated New Orleans in 2005: Hurricane Katrina.

Hurricane Harvey evacuees immediately filled the George R. Brown Convention Center in the aftermath of the Category Four storm. Photo by Stephanie Fluke.

As reported in PenPoint News: “As Tropical Storm Harvey continues to rage on, causing unprecedented flooding in Houston and surrounding areas, it makes sense that forecasters and the public have started trying to compare the floods to previous extreme weather events. Namely, the extreme flooding calls to mind another storm that devastated New Orleans in 2005: Hurricane Katrina.

Katrina is a cultural touchstone that calls to mind government incompetence and the heroism of people trapped in an impossible, deadly situation…So, how exactly, does Harvey compare?

While the scope and scale of the flooding disaster is similar when you compare Harvey and Katrina within Houston city limits, the reasons behind the flooding are very different. The catastrophic flooding associated with Harvey is caused by extreme rainfall slowly filling up Houston and nearby parts of southeastern Texas with trillions of gallons of rain.

So far, about 15 trillion gallons of water have fallen from Harvey, with about 6 trillion more expected before the storm is finished. Thousands of people have already been displaced by the storm, and it hasn’t yet ended.

Katrina’s devastating floods, on the other hand, were caused by storm surge as the hurricane of the century then, came up the coast, pushing water into New Orleans. That storm surge caused aging levees to break, allowing water usually held at bay to pour into the city all at once. The Lower Ninth Ward, for example, was immediately flooded when the nearby flood wall failed, making that flooding all the deadlier.

The rapid flooding trapped people who didn’t have the means or were unwilling to evacuate prior to the storm, sometimes for days before rescuers could make their way to help. There is no analog, really. From a meteorological standpoint, Hurricane Harvey and its associated deluge stands alone in history when it comes to rainfall totals, as well as the scale and scope of the Houston flood disaster.

This is why the National Weather Service has been putting out such dire statements, bluntly indicating that this is a storm and a flood outside the experience of any Houston-area resident. No storm of its intensity has ever hit land and stayed nearly stationary for a week, while maintaining sufficient intensity to bring severe impacts to a region.

Yes, Hurricane Katrina produced similar scenes and widespread devastation. And yes, Harvey has earned comparisons to that storm. But the two are fundamentally different.”

People asleep on the floor at the George R. Brown Convention Center that was been set up as a shelter for evacuees escaping the floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017.

The Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Harvey House Flooding

Estimates of over 48,700 homes were flooded by the Rising Water of Hurricane Harvey as the Flood Waters of the Trinity and the San Jacinto Rivers cascaded down to Houston

Throughout Texas, more than 300,000 people were left without electricity and billions of dollars of property damage was sustained.

There were at least 49 people that were killed in the storm even though that number is expected to rise. By Tuesday, August 29, approximately 13,000 people had been rescued across the state while an estimated 30,000 were displaced.

The refinery industry capacity was reduced, and oil and gas production was affected in the Gulf of Mexico and inland Texas. On Monday, various news outlets announced the closure of oil refineries ahead of Hurricane Harvey, creating an artificial fuel shortage; a “run to the pump” ensued.

Panicked, motorists waited in long lines. Consequently, gas stations through the state were forced to close due to the rush. More than 48,700 homes were affected by Harvey throughout the state, including over 1,000 that were completely destroyed and more than 17,000 that sustained major damage; approximately 32,000 sustained minor damage. Nearly 700 businesses were damaged as well. Texas Department of Public Safety stated more than 185,000 homes were damaged and 9,000 destroyed.

The Flood waters from Lake Conroe Dam to the North of Houston forced the Rivers and Creeks to the south to overflow and drain throughout downtown Houston. The freeways inundated with millions of gallons of water began to collapse as the surrounding bayous were also overflowing their own banks.

Harvey entered the Caribbean as a Tropical Storm, dropped to a Tropical Depression, then returned to build wind speed into a Category 4 hurricane prior to landfall. Why did it weaken and then return to be a Category 4 hurricane?

The cone of a hurricane is normally an even curve. But Harvey weaved back and forth like a snake, then reversed direction, pulling away from the coastline before returning to slam Houston. Houston was not originally in its path, thus the Mayor’s wrong call on evacuations.

But Harvey was not completed in his devastation showing the world that the Twin Star Nibiru was nearby. Texas was breaking records, the highest rainfall ever. Overtopping the levees and threatening to break the reservoir dams upstream from Houston. The 4th largest city in the US was braced for even more flooding. due to the Earth’s wobble induced by the assaults whenever the passage of Nibiru goes by. After Hurricane Katrina and now Harvey, it is becoming obvious that the Gulf states are among those locations where catastrophes will continue to arrive.

But Harvey was not done showing the world that Nibiru was nearby. Texas was breaking records, the highest rainfall ever. Overtopping the levees and threatening to break the reservoir dams upstream from Houston, the 4th largest city in the US was braced for even more flooding.

But Harvey was not done showing the world that Nibiru was nearby. Texas was breaking records, the highest rainfall ever. Overtopping the levees and threatening to break the reservoir dams upstream from Houston, the 4th largest city in the US was braced for even more flooding.

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Our preparation is a pathway of spiritual readiness for a world of peace. Our defender is the Metatron, the Lord of hosts. The time of the end suggests that the Eternal One of Israel’s intent is to close out this chapter of earth’s history so that the perpetrators of evil, those that seek power, greed and control, will be eliminated from this planet earth. The wars of the heavens are being played out on this planet earth and humans will live through it to testify of the might, power, justice and the love of the God of Israel.

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