144-year-old tree at historic Los Angeles monument collapses

Make of it what you will. It sure seems significant, considering we are about to transition from the church age to the time of Jacob’s trouble, and so many Believers seeing dreams and visions of a massive Earthquake and Tsunami in that exact area.

In the “city of angels”, 144 year old fig tree. That number points to Israel. 144 = 12 x 12, the 12 tribes, and also the New Jerusalem :

  • 2 gates with the names of the 12 tribes
  • 12 foundations with the names of the 12 apostles
  • 12 thousand furlongs per side
  • 12 x 12 = 144 cubits for the wall

measurements of the temple,

also to the 12 Jewish Apostles of the Church age. 6×24 =144. God created everything in six 24-hour days.

So we have the church vs Israel

The Jerusalem Temple vs New Jerusalem

The City of Angels is so-named in honor of Portiuncula or Porzioncula, a small Catholic church located within the Papal Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels in Assisi.

It was originally named in Spanish:

  • El pueblo = the town
  • de Nuestra Señora = of our Lady
  • la Reina = the queen
  • de los Ángeles = of the angels
  • del Río Porciúncula = on the River Porciúncula

A broken tree symbolizes a life cut short, a.k.a. death, and transition.

A falling tree in a dream, is said to indicate moving in a wrong direction.

In scripture a rooted tree is firmly secured in place, so a collapsed tree could point to breaking loose from an earth-bound state. In Eden, the leaf of the fig tree symbolized trying to cover one’s nakedness of sin by their own efforts.

Of course Hollywood is in L.A.and is a ” den of devils and hold of every unclean spirit”, a representation of wicked Babylon.

And in addition, it fell during the Chinese Lantern Festival which celebrates the final day of Chinese New Year.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/144-year-old-tree-at-historic-Los-Angeles-13676375.php

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