It has to be said that our prayers go out to all of the victims that are dealing with the devastation brought on by Hurricane Harvey.

From Texas to Louisiana, Alabama and the entire gulf coast needs our positive thoughts and prayers at this time.

We all know that a series of tragic events in recent years has rekindled interest in apocalyptic prophecy.

When disasters happen people react in a variety of different ways. Professionals agree that there’s no one “healthy” pattern for reacting to a traumatic event. However, it has been noted that reactions before these events have been seen as being erratic and destructive.

The riotous behaviors of people and the lack of social cohesion has been seen as an indicator that there may be a consensus frequency that is somehow aggravating the ether creating a pattern of disaster.

When crises of state and storm collide in an already anxious nation, the thirst for stability can lead to emotional moves that may not be for the common good of the people.

On September 8, 1900, a hurricane pushed a 15-foot-wall of water into Galveston, Texas. The highest point in the city, which was home to 40,000 people, was nine feet above sea level. At least 6,000, and perhaps as many as 10,000, people died in the flood.

The unnamed storm remains the United States’ deadliest hurricane.

Believe it or not, at the turn from the 18th to the twentieth century the same type of apocalyptic thoughts were on the minds of Americans. In a book that is now in the public domain called “The Complete Story of the Galveston Horror” John Coulter who was a writer for the New York herald painted a lurid picture of the disaster.

He painted a grim apocalyptic picture of what was happening by declaring that there was horrible looting of dead bodies and later warned of pestilence from so many decaying bodies unburied … He reported that there were hundreds of men, women and children that drowned.” Coulter called the looters of the dead “Ghouls picking through the dead. He said that there was no escape only death! “Death everywhere!”

In 117 years, nothing has changed; however, what is most disconcerting is the synchronicity of events that have happened in a sequence that makes you think that we should not ignore the consensus metaphor that is growing about just how close we are to final countdown to Armageddon or worse.

There is a theory that there is a manipulative god apart from the devil that is meant to create meaningful chaos. This god is much like the Gnostic demiurge that appears to be in the business of creating various forms of disaster and tragedy but with an extra sense of esoteric art.

The cosmic trickster loves to create doppelganger events leaving his signature and creating those quirks that amuse, enlighten and confuse the observer. That is of course if you believe that a lot of what happens in the world is always by some supernatural design.

The majority of Americans do and as we are watching the devastation of the cities in the Gulf of Mexico by Hurricane Harvey, it is amazing how a chain of events are most certainly indicating that there is a supernatural event taking place where true believers are taking notice.

In order to paint the picture on behalf of the cosmic trickster, we must go back to the moment when the Earth went black during the total eclipse of the Sun.

Now, keep in mind that the August 21st eclipse was first seen in Salem, Oregon – Salem was named after Jerusalem. The eclipse also began in Salem exactly at the time of the sunset in Jerusalem. That means that the sun darkened in both America and Jerusalem in the time of totality. A Ground Zero listener and writer for the Maine Republic email alert David Robinson had pointed out that the eclipse passed over seven cities named Salem in complete totality.

The eclipse passed over Salem, Oregon, Salem, Idaho, Salem, Wyoming, Salem, Nebraska, Salem, Missouri, Salem, Kentucky and Salem, South Carolina.

There were 7 Salems with the path of totality 70 miles wide.

Jesus once said to Peter in the Bible: I will tell you, not seven times, but seventy times seven. He was referring of course to how many times we should forgive our fellow man.

The combined time of totality of the eclipse was on August 21st was 7 minutes which is 7 + 7 + 7 = 21.

There will be another total eclipse seven years from now beginning in Mexico and end in the Northeast .

This will make a cross over the United States. The original form of the Hebrew letter, “tav” is like the English letter X or T—which is in the shape of a cross, or X—like the X that is made by the two solar eclipses on the cross paths over seven years. The letter tav means “a sign.”

The exact mid-point where the recent eclipse passed is over Trail of Tears State Park In Illinois. The Trail of Tears has been known as the path to the Cross of Christ.

Christ died at the age of 33.

Observers were able to calculate that there were a strange amount of numerical 33 synchronicities that were shown to be uncanny. The eclipse began in the 33rd state of the country, Oregon and ended on the 33d parallel, South Carolina.

The eclipse happened 33 days before the Virgo convergence that some Christians believe fulfills the prophecy of Revelation chapter 12, the story of the woman with the 12 stars on her head.

It took about one hour and 33 minutes for the eclipse to traverse 12 states. It also happened on the 233rd day of the year.

I know that we reported that the eclipse is considered a harbinger of catastrophe. There were various minor earthquakes; some were felt near Mount Rainier in Washington, a small one was felt in the San Francisco Bay area and many were felt near Yellowstone. There were two Volcanoes that erupted either during or immediately after the eclipse, the Poas Volcano in Costa Rica and Popocatepetl in Mexico.

Just after the eclipse, Tropical storm Harvey formed in the Atlantic.

It became the first major hurricane to make landfall in the Gulf of Mexico since Hurricane Wilma in 2005. It was reported the storm brought water surges of 12 feet.

The name Harvey comes from the Scottish Haerviu, meaning ready for the carnage or prepare to do battle. It also comes from the Germanic Herewig, from the elements hari “army” and wig “war.” It also can be intercepted to mean the Iron Rod.

Some ministers have taken to the Internet to warn their followers that there is a battle ahead where we must be battle ready to fight a great war that is coming.

They have also reported that it is also very synchronistic the hurricane first hit near Corpus Christi and Victoria, Texas. Corpus Christi means, The Body of Christ, in Latin.

In Luke 21:25 we read about how there will be “signs in the sun” and then a “roaring and tossing of the sea.”

Many signs can be interpreted in more than one way, and often the signs do indeed have layers of meaning.

This religious synchronicity is overwhelming but also consider this:

It’s difficult to comprehend the scale of the flooding and devastation that Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath are wreaking on Houston, Galveston and the Lake Charles area of Louisiana. Weather experts call the storm unprecedented, and note that it’s gone beyond even the most pessimistic forecasts. In the final reckoning, it’s certain that Harvey will be classified a 500-year flood — and maybe even a 1,000-year flood.

In theory, a 500-year flood is something that has a 1-in-500 shot of happening in any given year; in other words, the sort of event that’s so rare that it might not make sense to plan around the possibility of it happening.

Experts estimate that in any given year, there’s a 1-in-500 (0.2 percent) chance a flood this bad will strike a particular area. In theory, that means that over 500 years, that will happen once: so there will be one flood that bad over a 500-year period.

Of course, different areas flood at different frequencies. So how bad a flood has to get to qualify as a 1-in-500-year flood is going to vary depending on where you’re judging it and a flood will probably qualify as a “500-year” occurrence in some locations but not others.

Coincidentally, there have been at least three major floods in the area in the past three years. However, preparing for the big one was never in the cards.

It is obvious the area was unprepared for this event.

Nostradamus predicted that there would be an eclipse of the sun, followed by the sighting of what he calls, The Monster.

When the eclipse of the Sun will then be,
The monster will be seen in full day:
Quite otherwise will one interpret it,
High price unguarded: none will have prepared for it. –Century III quatrain 34

Weathermen have called Harvey the “Monster Hurricane” – its fury is unprecedented and the area was not prepared for it.

When it comes to planning for future floods, you have to get a little more abstract. So FEMA maps out 100- and 500-year “floodplains” — the places that would get flooded by the kind of rainfall that has a 1 percent chance (or 0.2 percent chance) of falling on an area in any given year.

But probability never works out perfectly in practice. And it’s especially hard to get the probability of an event perfect when the circumstances keep changing.

Now get this just last year University of Barcelona mathematician Fergus Simpson said that there was a 0.2 percent or a 1 in 500 chance that the world would end in 2017.

The mathematician wrote in a paper published by the arXiv Science Advisory Board states : “Our key conclusion is that the annual risk of global catastrophe currently exceeds 0.2 per cent.”

Isn’t that uncanny?

Consider for the moment the widely held belief that a satanic conspiracy exists in the world. That the fight for good and evil is not always a spiritual one but a physical battle where the blood of innocents are shed on a daily basis by those who are overcome by forces so dark that one forgets who they truly are.

Some will say that Satan has truly made a comeback with all of the so called evil in the world. It is also interesting to see how synchronicities take place when the numbers point to a dark center where everything is just too good to be true.

Some will claim it is just the way things fall and others will say that sometimes the trickster times things in such a way to mock the meaning we give to putting things in order. It is the way we tend to take chaos and find order in it. It is the way we make time work as a way to entertain instead of bind us. Time in continuum is the great unknown. Synchronicity raises questions about whom or what controls it or if it is just another construct that keeps us bound to the sun and waiting for the new dawn.

If God rolls the dice and we move to his whims the question is always raised about synchronicity. Many times synchronistic coincidences seem to exist for no other reason than to shatter our preconceived and ossified concepts of the universe. Is there order or chaos? Are meaningful synchronicities placed in our time line something we imagine or are they part of some great cosmic joke from the Trickster?

It is a hermetic practice to seek out and convey the hidden messages and meanings in synchronous events. These meaningful coincidences, used as a form of personal development, serve as a form of metaphorical perception. It means seeking the hidden archetypal patterns in the apparent chaos of daily life.

Is all of what we are seeing is part of a ritualistic process that the “engineers of society” revel in?

Is this some sort of alchemical programming that is making us think that the end times are upon us or are they really upon us?

If what we are seeing is part of some ritual or is delivered with intent; that it can all be chocked up to magic or we could be seeing technology leading us to believe in some cynical rapture or second coming.

The supernatural is something which most people either choose to believe or not to believe. There seems to be little proof for the skeptic and a plethora of evidence for the believer.

In this particular case, there seems to be a lot of weird coincidental parallels that jar the mind into understanding that the trickster likes to play with our minds.