Before I start on this post proper I would like to address what I touched on in the last post (about how the #9 showed up twice concerning my mother's hospital stay. She's been discharged.) No false-flag event took place during the Olympics. I was wrong about that; I still think it's going to take place--it's now a question of when. The stadium seats were near empty, from what I've heard: they had to fill them up with the athletes that were there. Thus the cabalists felt that they didn't have enough people to pull off a mass ritual sacrifice (I guess this is just speculation.). Whatever the case may be I've just heard that the expected false-flag (by many conspiracy theorists) that did not occur, may bear bitter fruit during the paralympics of September: 9/9/2012 to be exact. The London false-flag is going to happen; it's a question of when.
The two nines in 9/9 correlate first with room #9 my mother was put in in the ER. Then she was transered to the fifth floor to room #540, and 5+4+0=9. Is this God telling me that 9/9/12 is when the attack will take place? Hmmm. Note also that all the digits in 9/9/2012 added together (9+9+2+0+1+2) comes to the sum total of 23. And as I've said before 23 is the number of chromosomes that the Luciferians want to add to mankind's DNA to make him as the gods (for a total of 69). The next major step in man's evolution is another way of putting it. Maybe 9/9 will be when Big Ben is blown up, as is predictively programmed in a few movies, music videos, etc.
One more thing before I proceed into the post proper. In a recent post I wrote about how in the Old Testament the pre-incarnate Jesus is called an "angel of the Lord." For the angel coming out of the temple in heaven with a "sharp sickle" (Rev. 14:17) is most likely Jesus Christ. (The angel immediately following him, coming out of the altar, is most likely relaying a command from the Father.) Here's another interesting passage about an angel (from Exodus 23): "20Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared. 21Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon your transgressions: for my name is in him. 22But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine adversaries. 23For mine Angel shall go before thee, and bring thee in unto the Amorites, and the Hittites, and the Perizzites, and the Canaanites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites: and I will cut them off." The angel in this passage has got to be the Son of God. It just sounds like it has to be. Among a good number of other passages where Jesus Christ is referred to as an "angel." But then it could refer to the archangel Michael, whose job is to protect Israel: his name means "Who is like God?"
Finally, onto the subject of this post. The Day of the Lord is both a literal forthcoming day and a period of time: from the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD by the Romans to approaching Armageddon (in North America, not the Glorious Land (Palestine)). Jesus relates, in Matthew 24, how many things have/will come to pass. Then he says this: "32Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh: 33So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors. 34Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled. 35Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away." There are two possible ways (both equally valid) to read the word "generation" here, as I see it. First of all, Jesus is referring to the generation that was alive at the time he spoke those words: they would be alive to see the siege and destruction of Jerusalem some four decades later. And in a broader sense of "generation," he is talking about all the people who would be alive in the very last of the Last Days (That's us.).
In Mark 13:24-25 it says, "But in those days, after that tribulation, the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, And the stars of heaven shall fall, and the powers that are in heaven shall be shaken." Likewise in Revelation 8:12 we have: "And the fourth angel sounded, and the third part of the sun was smitten, and the third part of the moon, and the third part of the stars; so as the third part of them was darkened, and the day shone not for a third part of it, and the night likewise." As I see it the darkening of the most visible heavenly bodies has yet to happen; but it has already happened, for many prophetic passages have a double-fulfillment. For the first fulfillment of this darkening was in the 6th century AD when a comet exploded over the British Isles in 561 AD, which was quite a disaster for those islands and some of Western Europe (I'm sure.): it was like a thermo-nuclear explosion, leaving the sky darkened for a certain number of days.
Just as the following appearance of the "locusts" had an earlier first fulfillment (also in the 6th century AD and a little bit after 561). Revelation 9:7 says, "And the shapes of the locusts were like unto horses prepared unto battle; and on their heads were as it were crowns like gold, and their faces were as the faces of men. 8And they had hair as the hair of women, and their teeth were as the teeth of lions." In 568 AD the Germanic tribe called the Lombards--joined by members of some other German tribes, such as the Saxons--commenced a major invasion of the Italian peninsula. (In the 1st century AD the Lombards formed part of the Germanic confederation called the "Suebi" in northwestern Germany, who later moved southward.) The 2nd part of the double-fulfillment of Rev. 9--with the "locusts" (Nephilim in flying saucers calling themselves "Pleiadians") coming upon all the earth--is about to happen soon, I feel.
The day of the Lord has occurred at least once in the Old Testament. In a broad sense, it can be seen as the (imminent) day of judgment against a specific civilization, nation or city. For example in Ezekiel 13: "2Son of man, prophesy against the prophets of Israel that prophesy, and say thou unto them that prophesy out of their own hearts, Hear ye the word of the LORD; 3Thus saith the Lord GOD; Woe unto the foolish prophets, that follow their own spirit, and have seen nothing! 4O Israel, thy prophets are like the foxes in the deserts. 5Ye have not gone up into the gaps, neither made up the hedge for the house of Israel to stand in the battle in the day of the LORD." The Day of the Lord spoken of here must be referring to--when read in context (for Ezekiel's ministry began in the years leading up to)--the coming conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BC by Nebuchadnezzar and his Babylonian army.