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    The Year Of The Dragon

I was eating in a Chinese restaurant today, and I might add I really like the food, when I looked down and saw the paper napkin beneath my plate. Looking closer, I noticed that I was observing the Chinese Zodiac chart broken down by years. The Chinese Zodiac consists of a 12 year cycle, each year of which is named after a different animal that imparts distinct characteristics to its year. 1998 was the year of the Tiger. The Asian Tigers which suffered so much economic turmoil. Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, etc., pulling down the world economies. 1999 is the year of the Rabbit. Running to and fro, scared, fearing being caught and eaten, uncertainty, luck, multiplying quickly. 2000 is the year of the Dragon. The year of China. The transfer of Billions of dollars to the Chinese Red Army via trinkets sold worldwide has created a military monster 200 million members strong. 2001 ushers in the year of the Snake, the Serpent, the Deceiver. Wise and cunning, the one spoken of for 6000 years. The Dragon and the Snake working together to usher in the Anti-Christ. 2002, the year of the Horse. The four horsemen of the Book of Revelation. Christ coming back on a white horse. Preparing for the rapture and to do battle with the Snake and the Dragon. 2003, the year of the Sheep. The Rapture of the Church, the Lamb, the dead in Christ shall rise first, and those that are alive and remain shall be caught up in the air to be with the Lord. And 2004, the year of the Monkey. The Darwinian ninnies, the athiests, the evolutionists, the missing links, the human animals left behind to deal with each other in the absence of the Holy Spirit, which has been removed from the face of the earth. Just a recurring scenario that plays out while eating my egg rolls at the local Chinese restaurant. Adios, Amigos and Amigettes until next time.

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