07/19/2000      11:58 AM                                              

I believe one possible key to the timing of coming events may be hurricane
Gabrielle, which is currently slated to be the 7th named hurricane of the
year 2001.  Reference to Gabriel standing on sea and shore and blowing his
wondrous horn is mentioned in both Revelations and by Mother Shipton,
(possibly others).  If you look at a hurricane from space, does it not
resemble a trumpet's horn and do they not create the most devastation when
they stand on sea and shore?  Also in the Shipton verses, which appear to
read sequentially, we must first "live the century through", which is not
complete until the end of the year 2000; again pointing us to the year
2001.    (This may also be a dual-warning that Hurricane Gabrielle -2001,
will be off-the-scale and to prepare for it accordingly)

     For those who live the century through
     In fear and trembling this shall do.
     Flee to the mountains and the dens
     To bog and forest and wild fens.

     For storms will rage and oceans roar
     When Gabriel stands on sea and shore
     And as he blows his wondrous horn
     Old worlds die and new be born.

     A fiery Dragon will cross the sky
     Six times before this earth shall die
     Mankind will tremble and frightened be
     For the sixth heralds in this prophecy.

     For seven days and seven nights
     Man will watch this awesome sight.
     The tides will rise beyond their ken
     To bite away the shores and then
     The mountains will begin to roar
     And earthquakes split the plain to shore.

     And flooding waters, rushing in
     Will flood the lands with such a din
     That mankind cowers in muddy fen
     And snarls about his fellow men.

The question remains, what exactly is the dragon?  In ancient times dragons
often referred to celestial bodies.  In order to exert the tidal forces on
the earth that would be required to literally pull the oceans from their
beds and cause the large-scale tectonic events described, I would assume it
would require the close passage of a significantly large or dense
planetoid.   Based on this assumption, I have (almost) dismissed the
possibility of the dragon being a solar event.  However a large
gravitational field suddenly introduced into the inner solar system would
probably have a significant impact on the sun, thus compounding the
situation for the inhabitants of the earth.  It states later in Shipton's
verses that the dragon returns later and that it's tail cracks upon the
earth.  This seems to indicate an extrasolar body on a cometary trajectory.
The first pass is inbound, it overshoots our solar system due to the laws
of inertia, but eventually slingshots back around the sun's foci, making a
second destructive pass on it's outbound journey.

     And when the Dragon's tail is gone,
     Man forgets, and smiles, and carries on
     To apply himself -- too late, too late
     For mankind has earned deserved fate.

     His masked smile -- his false grandeur
     Will serve the Gods their anger stir.
     And they will send the Dragon back
     To light the sky -- his tail will crack
     Upon the earth and rend the earth
     And man shall flee, King, Lord, and serf.

     But slowly they are routed out
     To seek diminishing water spout
     And men will die of thirst before
     The oceans rise to mount the shore.
     And lands will crack and rend anew
     You think it strange. It will come true.

Although a Earth/Phobos encounter may represent a potential sign-post
event, I'm not completely convinced it will constitute the main event.   I
found, the best theory that fits all of the predictions, and existing
geologic and historical records, is the return of the "12th planet", or
planet X.  The web site www.zetatalk.com is an excellent source of
information on this topic.  According to ZetaTalk; Planet X will make it's
first pass through our solar system in the spring of 2003 which closely
corresponds with the Cyclic Cross of Hendaye.

In a separate set of verses Shipton mentions another sign-post event which
is common to Edgar Cayce's predictions, that three volcanos will erupt at
the same time.  Cayce named them as being Etna, Vesuvius and Pelee.  As
these are not all currently active in the extreme, as described here, so I
think it's safe to say we still have a little more time to prepare.

     Yet greater sign there be to see
     As man nears latter century.
     Three sleeping mountains gather breath
     And spew out mud, and ice and death.
     And earthquakes swallow town and town,
     In lands as yet to me unknown.

To review Mother Shipton's full prophesies see;

In trying to second guess future events, it is important we not shout
"wolf" too many times; for when something actually happens, no one will
listen.  Let's clearly label speculation as speculation.   The Catch-22 is
that by the time we verify our findings, we may not be left with much time
to warn humanity.  (not much more than "seven days and seven nights"
possibly)   At the same time we must be on guard that we not become the
gullible and unwitting pawns in the advancement of the greater plan of the
select few.  Everything is connected.

07/19/2000    12:54 PM                                                                    

Hurricane Gabrielle is still approximately 12-14 months in the future. It
will probably occur between August and October of 2001.  As such no actual
photos are available, but here is a good one of Hurricane Andrew about to
unleash itself upon the state of Florida.  It should suffice to illustrate
how a hurricane looks like a "terrible horn" from above.

(See attached file: andrew.jpg)

Six Billion Thanks.  Keep up the excellent work.   You may help to save
mankind yet.

The Sentinal

07/19/00    12:15 PM                                                                                       
 In a message dated 7/19/00 8:58:16 AM Pacific Daylight Time,

<< I believe one possible key to the timing of coming events may be
Gabrielle, which is currently slated to be the 7th named hurricane of the
2001.  >>

Do you have a pic of Gabrielle?