Over the last few months, there has been growing evidence for a tsunami hitting the Eastern Coastal regions of the Americas on April 1st, 2007. Although the evidence comes in the form of parables, the reasons for the event are straightforward. In summary, over the last 2000 years, people have chosen to follow Paul or other ideologies over that of Jesus. His main message, ?Love your neighbour as yourself? has been drowned out and the results are poverty, oppression and war. These are fuelled by ideologies such as consumerism and capitalism, which are particularly prevalent in the West.
http://www.worldends.co.uk stresses the need for the removal of all ideologies in opposition to following Jesus enabling the formation of the ideal human society. One underlying ideology is wisdom (?common sense?) which has been highlighted using the number of the beast; the 666th name in the Bible is Solomon who was famed for his wisdom.
This has a bearing on the date of the tsunami. The opposite of wisdom is foolishness, and Palm Sunday falls on April Fools? Day this year. The tsunami on this date represents anti-wisdom, anti-666 and the first step towards removing all ideologies opposed to following Jesus.
The North American continent has a picture of the whore of Babylon drawn onto it from the outline of Hudson Bay, with Labrador representing the Scarlet Beast as described in the Book of Revelation. Babylon has significant Biblical relevance, and is predicted to be destroyed by a mountain being thrown into the sea (Revelation 8:8).
The tsunami will originate from the island of La Palma (note that the name sounds similar to ?Palm? as in Palm Sunday). A volcano on the island will erupt causing a landslide into the sea. The volcanic dust cloud will also cause the full moon to shine red as predicted in the Bible (Joel 2:31).
New evidence has arisen from events exactly one month before the predicted date. On March 1st 2007, a volcano erupted on the island of Sicily. The name of the island sounds like ?silly? which has relevance for the same reason that April Fools? Day does. On March 3rd, the lunar eclipse caused the moon to shine red, paralleling events predicted for April.