Vocio (24 Aug 2011)
"To Josua and ALL Doves: RAPTURE DATE IN THIS PICTURE, 3-7-2-2-2?"


 
Hi, Josua and ALL Doves.

This is related to this post: Josua (23 Aug 2011) -"Something unique about the number 37"


Ever since I saw this picture (the first one), I have the feeling the numbers formed by the Delta IV Heavy Rocket's smoke are related to the date of the Rapture. The Rocket was launched, a TOP SECRET launch, on January 20 this year (2011: See article below).
Looking from the bottom up, I see a bird (a dove?), then the number 3, followed by the number 7 and 3 2's in a row: 3 - 7 - 2 - 2 - 2.
The bottom part of the number 3 looks like a big bird.  I believe both the small bird (dove) and the big one represent the Church going up in the sky to meet the Lord Jesus: HE is the light (Sun) surrounded by a Rainbow (the reddish circle around the light) and a Cloud (
Revelation 10:1: And I saw another mighty angel (Jesus) come down from Heaven, clothed with a cloud, and a rainbow was on His head, and His face was as the sun, and His feet as pillars of fire.)
At the top (the last number 2) I see something falling down.  Maybe something related to the "Sudden Destruction"?, or the devil being cast down to earth? Or both?
THIS IS JUST MY OPINION.  Any comments (or explanations)
from any of the DOVES, for the benefit of all of us who are eagerly waiting for Our Lord Jesus to come SOON, are welcomed.
Any ideas of what this numbers, and the picture, might mean:
37 * ( 2 + 2 + 2 ) = 222 ?

BY THE WAY: 
This 3-in-One huge rockets were launched
"using a pad called Space Launch Complex 6 at Vandenberg -- "Slick Six" to those who know it. SLC-6 was meant to be used for military launches of space shuttles, but was heavily modified to fit the Delta IV Heavy." >>>
Complex 6 times three rockets =
6  6  6  (another coincidence?)



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DELTA IV HEAVY ROCKET LAUNCH

23-STORY ROCKET BLASTS OFF IN CALIFORNIA

Fri Jan. 21, 2011, 10:34 am ET

If you were in Southern California on Thursday afternoon and happened to notice what looked like a skyscraper darting across the sky, you weren't seeing things. That was the Delta IV Heavy Launch Vehicle, the largest rocket ever to launch from the West Coast.
Since the craft is 235 feet tall -- roughly 23 stories -- officials were worried that the force of the liftoff blast might break windows or spread earthquake fears in the area, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The launch took place at 1:10 p.m. Pacific time at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County, near Lompoc.
The three-engine rocket is thought to carry a top-secret U.S. spy satellite, the Times said, that is "capable of snapping pictures detailed enough to distinguish the make and model of an automobile hundreds of miles below."

2011 photo released by United Launch Alliance

In this Thur. Jan.20, 2011 photo released by United Launch Alliance showing the Delta IV Heavy Launch Vehicle sits on the launch pad in preparation for it's launch Thursday, Jan. 20,2011, at Vandenberg Airforce Base, in Vandenberg, Calif. The classified national security payload is scheduled to be lofted into orbit by the largest rocket ever launched on the West Coast.

SPY SATELLITE LAUNCH SHAKES UP CALIFORNIA

DELTA IV HEAVY ROCKET LAUNCHED FROM VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE

The United States launched a classified spy satellite from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California this afternoon -- and for a top-secret launch, the government was actually pretty open about it.
The “satellite” -- publicly designated NROL-49 -- was mounted atop a rocket 230 feet tall, known as a Delta IV Heavy. It is currently the tallest rocket in America's fleet of launchers, and when it leaves a launch pad, generating two million pounds of thrust (To push or drive with force; to drive, force, or impel; to shove), it is hard to miss.
It was the largest rocket ever launched from the West Coast. The Saturn V moon rockets and the space shuttles were built to generate more thrust, but they only launched from Florida.
"Launches like this have been seen all up and down the coast, as far as Los Angeles," said Mike Rein, a spokesman for the United Launch Alliance, which ran the launch for the National Reconnaissance Office. "And, of course, it leaves a vapor trail too."
Vandenberg is about 150 miles northwest of the Los Angeles basin. Officers at the base closed nearby roads and a park, did tests to make sure the vibrations from the launch would not break windows, and announced the planned launch time well in advance so that people would not think they were caught in an earthquake.

WHAT WAS THE ROCKET CARRYING? (GOOD QUESTION!!!)
The launch team would not say, beyond a coy phrase on the ULA website that "this launch supplies the military's national defense mission."
Independent analysts, though, said the payload is a billion-dollar high-resolution spy satellite.
Ted Molczan, an amateur sky watcher from Toronto, said it was an "imagery intelligence satellite" capable of spotting objects from orbit that are as small as four inches in diameter.
He said it is probably an updated version of a satellite called KH-11, first launched in 1976.
"KH-11s provide high resolution imagery, useful for strategic and tactical purposes," Molczan wrote in an e-mail to ABC News. "They have the highest resolution of any such spacecraft in orbit, and are among the NRO's most important.
NROL = National Reconnaissance Office Launch. [= NEW REALITY ORDER (New World Order)?].
L = San Francisco, CA.
Examples of hot spots that they monitor are North Korea (its nuclear and ICBM programs) and Iran and its nuclear program."
"I would be hard-pressed to disagree with him," said John Pike, who runs the website GlobalSecurity.org and often writes about space and national security.
NASA and the Air Force have been launching Delta rockets since 1960, but have been steadily upgrading them over the years.
The Delta IV Heavy is actually three booster stages strapped together, generating enough thrust to put payloads of 24 tons in low Earth orbit.
Four of them have been launched since 2004, all from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. This is the first from California. It is using a pad called Space Launch Complex 6 at Vandenberg -- "Slick Six" to those who know it. SLC-6 was meant to be used for military launches of space shuttles, but was heavily modified to fit the Delta IV Heavy.