Tornado and Tsunami
I had a dream a couple of nights ago, this one involved two tornados and a subsequent tsunami. At first I was outside near a building that seemed like a school and saw the tornado coming, it was huge and twisting up everything in its path. My husband and I ran to find cover, looking for anything we could get under. We were still outside and up against a wall when the tornado went by us.
Then we looked up and another tornado came, this one several times larger than the first one. It seems we are in Ormond Beach, Florida and we watch this terrible tornado come past us destroying buildings and everything on the ground. We could hear the sound and feel the wind and shaking of it.
No sooner had this passed and I found myself on the Granada bridge in Ormond Beach, Florida again. The tornado had just passed through and now a tsunami was coming over the land and into the Halifax River from the ocean. The waves were reaching the top of the bridge, about 90 feet from the river’s normal water height to the top. As I looked across the bridge to the mainland I saw what looked like slushy snow and water on the bridge. People were trying to walk through it trying to get to the mainland side. I was puzzled, how could ice or snow be on the bridge? Was it from the tornados? What happened to the weather here?
I looked towards the ocean and all of the land between the ocean and the Halifax River was under water, everything was gone. Everyone and every living thing was dead that had been there. I could not tell how far north or how far south the tsunami had spread. I stood looking out over where the river used to be and saw ocean waves crashing and moving towards the mainland and I knew things would never be the same here again.
This is the fifth dream I have had about a tsunami coming to Ormond Beach, Florida. I am concerned that I do not have a full understanding of what these dreams may mean. Is this the judgment of God on a present day city resembling the old covenant city called Sodom? Does this include Daytona Beach?
Copyright@ 4/2013 by Kasey Streichert Burt