Thursday, March 26, 2015


Good morning, folks. Yes, we are fine. We here in Oklahoma City had been told that there was a possibility of strong storms coming into the metroplex any time after 3 p.m. Our local meteorologists were expecting hail and strong winds, but the chance of tornadoes was fairly low. The Weather Channel gave us a torcon rating of 3.

Sometime between 5:30 and 6 p.m. a strong storm just west of the metro 'exploded' into a major storm. The city was hit with baseball-size hail, and multiple small tornadoes that hopped and skipped along an 8-mile path through Moore, Oklahoma, the very same area hit by an EF5 tornado in May 2013. The very same area.

Then wind speeds clocked at nearly 100 mph roared in afterwards. That's where we come in. The tornadoes were west and south of us, but the 100 mph winds ripped along I-40. We could hear a tremendous roar like a freight train, so we dashed for the storm cellar. We could see our neighbors running for theirs as well. Their horses were running in absolute panic in circles and running at the fence as though they wanted to jump it. Thick black and white clouds were roiling against a very dark green sky. We were surprised to see no debris in the air, especially since the trees were really bending and twisting in the incredible winds. We stayed about 20 minutes in the cellar listening to the hail and things hitting the door and then it grew really quiet. We waited and listened because it can become really still before a tornado hits, but our ear pressure remained steady. When a tornado passes by really close, your ears pick up the air pressure changes and it can be quite uncomfortable.

A few more minutes later, with it still quiet, we came out of the cellar. Our neighbors were doing the same. Lots of rain and flooding thru our neighborhood, but it didn't last but an hour or so. The horses were quiet now. Really wild and crazy night. No significant damage to the house or property, just some limbs to pick up. Very, very thankful. Thank you for the prayers.

On to Obamacare and asteroids.

March 23rd was the five year anniversary of Obama signing Obamacare into law.

A few days later, he mocked (as we now know he is wont to do) Republicans about the signing.

He mocked them by mocking asteroids and earthquakes.


Interestingly, The Mirror published an article on March 24 of this year, 2015 (nearly five years to the day), about an asteroid on 'near collision course with Earth.'

While this asteroid, 2014-YB35, will pass by close to Earth tomorrow (Friday), it is not expected to hit us. But what a reminder of some previous mocking words of just five years ago.

Huge asteroid capable of wiping out entire country is on near-collision course with Earth

One thing I've often kept in mind is that 'falling asteroids' weren't the only thing Obama mocked when he mocked Republicans with the signing of Obamacare -- he also mocked famine. Then, a mere three years later, on August 13, 2012, Obama stood in front of a field of withered corn, the VERY THING he had mocked when signing Obamacare.



Revelation 18:21 tells us that there is coming a day that the judgment upon end-times Babylon will be her destruction by a great millstone (asteroid?) cast into the sea, which causes her to be 'found no more.'

Revelation 18