Marathon Man, Typhoon and Tokyo Olympics

Typhoon “Speed” slams Tokoyo as Marathon Man sets marathon speed record

(After reading this, see an update about “Marathon Women who shatters the marathon record the very next day as the Typhoon exited Japan — both are from Kenya. And “Four Horsemen: a shield & a crown”, )

(This is the second article about Typhoon Hagibis, “Speed”, and is part of the larger series about “The Crown of Pi“. Sadly this Typhoon killed about 80 people in East Japan and caused billions in damage.)

Another update to the same theme, namely, that the wreath/crown of victory belongs to Jesus.

This is God’s very own theme at this time in history, not mine. They are His signs.

Anyone following the previous posts must surely know this by now. No one can predict the future nor string together so many signs, both on earth and in the heavens — that repeatedly punch out the same message.

Jesus said, “Let him who has ears, hear.”

The repeated theme of the wreath of victory

The previous posts should at least be scanned for context to appreciate the obvious symbolism of this new sign. Especially this first one listed.

 

Eliud: “To my God be (all) the Glory!”

Notice caption on screen as BBC reports on Typhoon as it lands in Tokyo, the worst in 60 years. Truly, Jesus is the “unrecognized marathon winner” who wears the victor’s wreath/crown.

VIENNA — Eliud Kipchoge has become the first athlete to run a marathon in less than two hours, although it will not count as a world record.

The Olympic champion and world record holder from Kenya clocked 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds Saturday at the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, an event set up for the attempt.

Kipchoge was supported by 36 pacemakers who accompanied him in alternating groups, one of the reasons the IAAF will not ratify the time as a world record. (CTV News)

 

This banner displayed largely at top of the below BBC article, at least when the BBC posted it

Think about the timing of the Marathon run in the context of what has been said the past few posts (and the past 15 years — ever since the Olympics in Greece).

This ax to the root of the "Balance Bible Code"
This ax to the root of the “Balance Bible Code“, was revealed during Hurricane Charlie in the context of the 2004 Greece Olympics the same day they began. God chose this moment to prove a point, namely, “Who controls the weather?” — The ancient gods of Greece, etc., or the Lord Jesus Christ?

What amazing timing!

As “Typhoon Speed” (that had just lived up to its name) made landfall in Tokyo, (the sight of the 2020 Olympics), “Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge runs the marathon in under 2 hours!

And what is the symbol of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics?

A wreath!

A wreath like the 2004 Greece Olympics!

Notice the seven olives on the wreath. Eliud won a bronze medal in Athens 2004 at 19 years of age
Notice the 12 sides as easily counted within the middle 12-pointed star

Compare this with the encoded Pi wreathe as discussed in earlier posts, which is the symbol at the heart of all these posts.

Flower of Life with laurel leaves highlighted in dark green
As explained in earlier post, the garland of 12 overlapping stars/flowers/leaves and 7 non-overlapping stars combine as one image. The Book of Revelation refers to a garland of 12 (and 7) stars. Thus, this one symbol contains the combined symbolism of the 2004 Greek and 2020 Tokyo Olympics!
As explained in earlier post
As explained in earlier post
“Marathon Man” same name as Eliud in the Bible

In the Bible, Eliud was a judge/captain over Israel. His name means, “Praise be to my God!”

“But when the children of Israel cried unto the Lord, the Lord raised them up a deliverer, Ehud the son of Gera, a Benjamite, a man lefthanded.” Judges 3, 15

(Sidenote: “Gera“, a little coin, like Benjamite King Saul?)

(After reading this, see an update about “Marathon Women who shatters the marathon record the very next day as the Typhoon exited Japan — both are from Kenya.)

The ‘Race and the Crown’ is God’s repeated theme since the 2004 Greek Olympics

(Click to enlarge.) “Coliseum Fractal” from a wide-angle in order to see the “fiery clouds”. The race within the Coliseum has been a frequent theme the past 15 years. The original post displaying this image is from three years ago

Though only a scant 300 has viewed the below video in three years, yet it is prophetic, but its meaning is hidden. It is added to this post to highlight the fact that ‘the race and the crown’ is a common theme the past 15 years.

(After reading this, see an update about “Marathon Women who shatters the marathon record the very next day as the Typhoon exited Japan — both are from Kenya. And then read: 49th New York Marathon — We win! )

 

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