1648 Prophecy given to Raymond Aguilera on 12 September 2001 at 4:23 AM.
During prayer, I told the Lord that I was sorry for not posting His catastrophe prayer request last month. Then the Lord said, "I did not tell you to post it." I only told you to pray!"
Then the Lord said, "There will be one more. The moon will become dark, beware of the owl."
Then the Lord gave me a vision of what looked like some kind of white looking dummy driving or behind the wheel of a vehicle.
WorldOnline - Tiscali News - 7 May 2003
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"An attack against America is inevitable" A newspaper in Saudi Arabia quoting Thabet bin Qais, al-Qaeda's spokesperson, as saying the Islamic militant network is planning a new attack on the scale of September 11.
|[Dubai, May 7] - Al-Qaeda is preparing a new attack in the United States on the scale of September 11 after adopting a new operational structure that is impenetrable to US intelligence, a Saudi weekly reports.|
|"An attack against America is
inevitable," Al-Majallah quotes Thabet bin Qais, the Islamic militant
network's newly-appointed spokesperson, as saying in an e-mail to the
Al-Qaeda has "carried out changes in its leadership and sidelined the September 11, 2001 team", the paper quotes bin Qais as saying.
"Future missions have been entrusted to the new team, which is well protected against the US intelligence services. The old leadership does not know the names of any of its members."
Bin Qais mocks concerns expressed by Washington about a possible al-Qaeda attack on its consulate in the Pakistani metropolis of Karachi, saying the network's target is the United States itself.
"Of course, the US consulate in Karachi is a US interest and a staging post for Federal Bureau of Investigation personnel in Pakistan, but it doesn't necessarily constitute a pressing target.
"Striking it is not a priority for al-Qaeda compared with the plans under way preparing a new attack in the United States on the scale of September 11."
The purported message from al-Qaeda scoffed at recent press reports that US agents are hot on the trail of its leader Osama bin Laden, whose whereabouts have been a mystery since the ouster of his Taliban sponsors in Afghanistan in late 2001.
"We keep our cool in the face of such reports, just as we do when the Americans say they have uncovered new al-Qaeda plans or arrested our leaders," bin Qais is quoted as saying.
"The al-Qaeda organisation does not allow itself to be affected by the death or arrest of any of its members ... because fallback plans and replacement personnel are always available."