Sunday, February 12, 2006

Expect a fight between false and real dragons

Over the past week several truths have been revealed. One concern a more than two years old event but the US only chose to reveal it a few days ago. It relates to an omen given to me by the Yi in 2003. The other two revelations concern US top officials, the US President and the oracles given to Professor Sam Crane.

In this entry, we shall explore whether the Yi was right on target about the false dragon who may have decided to fight the real dragon.

In early September 2005 after the mishandling of Hurricane Katrina massive flooding in New Orleans, Professor Sam concerned about the disaster and human misery consulted the Yi about NO. His question was, “What can we expect there in the coming months?”

The prognostication came in the form of Hexagram 2 Kun / The Receptive with three moving lines, the third, fifth and the top. In Sam’s blog, The Useless Tree, one has commented on the line representations to be that of the Mayor of NO, the Louisiana Governor and the Heads of FEMA/Homeland Security respectively.

Then in my entry on September 06 on: A note on Hexagram 2 Kun and its top line, one had mentioned that the Yi indicated that there could be a fight between the false dragon and the real dragon. In case you did not follow what was discussed, the false dragon is supposed to be Michael Brown; the former head of FEMA and George Bush as the US President, represents the real dragon in Hex 1 Qian / The Creative.

Also in September, Brown had blamed his ‘subordinates’, the Governor and the Mayor of NO for the mishandling. About 1,300 people had died.

Last week, Brown said he told top Bush officials the day the storm flooded NO and warned, “We were realizing our worst nightmare.” []

Just as indicated in the September entry, everyone can expect the outcome of the result if the real dragon decides to fight this ‘false’ accusation and new blame from a false dragon. That is if one has been following the news on Michael Brown just after Hurricane Katrina struck.

His actions during the rescue of the people and his defenses in September and now seem to come from one who the Chinese may perhaps call, ‘Fei Ren’ (not fit to be a human). With 1,300 lives lost and many NO inhabitants still living in misery, through, if one may call it, “utter negligence”, there is no cause to shift the blame. After all what does FEMA stands for? Is it not, Federal Emergency Management Agency?

The fight if any would be short and swift. Although both may be injured, the false dragon will not win.

‘In the top place the dark element should yield to the light. If it attempts to maintain a position it is not entitled……., it draws down upon itself the anger of the strong.” Commentary to the top line of Kun [W/B]

Maybe the commentary is a good advice to Brown?

1 comment:

Allan said...

WASHINGTON - The Bush administration on Monday pushed back hard against Katrina-response criticism leveled by ex-disaster agency chief Michael Brown and congressional investigators. "I reject outright the suggestion that President Bush was anything less than fully involved," said White House homeland security adviser Frances Fragos Townsend. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff "unequivocally and strongly" rejected suggestions that his agency was preoccupied with terror threats at the expense of preparing for natural disasters.

AP - 35 minutes ago

WASHINGTON (AFP) - A Congress report accused the US administration of leading a "national failure" over the Hurricane Katrina disaster,forcing authorities to announce a major reorganisation of the Homeland Security Department.

Leading officials failed to act on warnings before Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the surrounding region last August and then did not make the proper response to the disaster, said House of Representative lawmakers in excerpts of their damning report to be released in full on Wednesday.

"In many respects, our report is a litany of mistakes, misjudgments, lapses and absurdities all cascading together, blinding us to what was coming and hobbling any collective effort to respond," said the lawmakers.

"Our investigation revealed that Katrina was a national failure, an abdication of the most solemn obligation to provide for the common welfare," they added.

"At every level -- individual, corporate, philanthropic and governmental -- we failed to meet the challenge that was Katrina."

1 hour, 36 minutes ago