Given what I wrote in my article Solar Eclipse – USA August 2017  and the Homo Sin six days before the solar eclipse and several more days before Hurricane Harvey it appears to me that the biggest theological explanation for Hurricane Harvey is a partial and I stress partial payback, for the USA legalizing Gay Marriage in all 50 states.
However 5 days before the solar eclipse, I did add
Besides the Homo sin, the Talmud also cites “two brothers being killed at the same time” as one of the 4 sins linked more than others to a solar eclipse.
I do not know, if brother and sister, have the same status as 2 brothers. I also do not know if being killed at the same time means the exact second or within the same hour. But at least this post is a good excuse for me to support laws that cut off all USA funding of the Palestinian Authority which uses USA tax money to give generous financial rewards to knife wielding terrorists that stab and murder innocent Jewish families, such as, Yosef Solomon and his children, Chaya and Elad, Let Hashem avenge their blood.
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Ariel Natan Pasko’s theological explanation for Hurricane Harvey could fit in with the view, that the USA is being punished for funding the Palestinian Authority which uses USA tax money
to give generous financial rewards to knife wielding terrorists that stab and murder innocent Jewish families, such as, Yosef Solomon and his children, Chaya and Elad, Let Hashem avenge their blood.
On Fri, 8 September 2017 = 17th of Elul, 5777
I posted some new information to make Ariel N. Pasko’s theory about Hurricane Harvey to fit it better with Sin #4 that brings the strict measure of Divine Justice upon the Gentiles, closely after a Solar Eclipse.
The post is entitled Who Remembers the Two Brothers, Shlomo and Mordechai Odesser killed by Fatah Terrorists 15 years ago – G-d
For further background about why I connect the Solar Eclipse seen in the USA with Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and more see my post Rabbi Trump’s Outlook on Solar Eclipses
Hurricane Harvey is an active tropical cyclone that is causing unprecedented and catastrophic flooding in southeastern Texas. It is the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Wilma in 2005, ending a record 12-year period with no hurricanes of Category 3 intensity or higher making landfall in the United States. Harvey is the first hurricane to make landfall in the state of Texas since Ike in 2008, and the strongest to make landfall in the state since Carla in 1961. In addition, it is the strongest hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico since Hurricane Rita in 2005, and the strongest to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Charley in 2004. Harvey is also the wettest tropical cyclone on record in the contiguous United States dropping nearly 52 inches (1,300 mm) of rain, surpassing a record set by Tropical Storm Amelia in 1978.
The eighth named storm, third hurricane, and the first major hurricane of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, Harvey developed from a tropical wave to the east of the Lesser Antilles, reaching tropical storm status on August 17. The storm crossed through the Windward Islands on the following day, passing just south of Barbados and later near Saint Vincent. Upon entering the Caribbean Sea, Harvey began to weaken due to moderate wind shear and degenerated into a tropical wave north of Colombia early on August 19. The remnants were monitored for regeneration as it continued west-northwestward across the Caribbean and the Yucatán Peninsula, before redeveloping over the Bay of Campeche on August 23. Harvey then began to rapidly intensify on August 24, regaining tropical storm status and becoming a hurricane later that day. While the storm moved generally northwest, Harvey’s intensification phase stalled slightly overnight from August 24–25, however Harvey soon resumed strengthening and became a Category 4 hurricane late on August 25. Hours later, Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas, at peak intensity.
Harvey has caused at least 30 confirmed deaths; 1 in Guyana, and 29 in the United States. Catastrophic inland flooding is ongoing in the Greater Houston area. FEMA director Brock Long called Harvey the worst disaster in Texas history, and expected the recovery to take many years. Preliminary estimates of economic losses range anywhere from $10 billion to $50 billion. Moody’s Analytics has the estimate of between $40 billion to $50 billion in damages due to the storm.