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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

'Tsunami bomb' tested off New Zealand coast

Prophecy Sign:  The roaring and tossing of the seas

When bible prophecy warned of roaring and tossing seas during the Tribulation, who knew that it could potentially be man himself unleashing these catastrophes upon the earth?  At least according to this article, mankind has had the ability to create tsunamis as far back as the second world war.

When the time of the Tribulation comes upon the world, it may be that God not only uses his own abilities to render judgement on this planet, but he may also simply withdraw his sovereign hand of protection and allow mankind to nearly destroy himself through what ever means mankind can come up with; From nuclear war to events such as a Haarp induced earthquake or detonated tsunami.



“There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. Luke 21:25 NIV


'Tsunami bomb' tested off New Zealand coast

The United States and New Zealand conducted secret tests of a "tsunami bomb" designed to destroy coastal cities by using underwater blasts to trigger massive tidal waves. The tests were carried out in waters around New Caledonia and Auckland during the Second World War and showed that the weapon was feasible and a series of 10 large offshore blasts could potentially create a 33-foot tsunami capable of inundating a small city. The top secret operation, code-named "Project Seal", tested the doomsday device as a possible rival to the nuclear bomb. About 3,700 bombs were exploded during the tests, first in New Caledonia and later at Whangaparaoa Peninsula, near Auckland. The plans came to light during research by a New Zealand author and film-maker, Ray Waru, who examined military files buried in the national archives. "Presumably if the atomic bomb had not worked as well as it did, we might have been tsunami-ing people," said Mr Waru.

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