The Harbinger: The Ancient Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future - Study Guide Chapters 10 & 11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 10: The Sixth Harbinger: The Sycamore, Nouriel assumes that the tree depicted on the sixth seal refers to the sycamore mentioned in the prophecy, but he cannot find a connection to 9/11 since the tree is not native to the American northeast. He ends up on a rowboat on the lake in Central Park where he again encounters the prophet who notes that they are in a place of trees. He explains that the fallen sycamore foreshadows the uprooting of the kingdom and serves as a sign of warning which becomes a prophecy of judgment when the warning is ignored. To Nouriel's question about how this relates to 9/11, the prophet explains that the North Tower collapsed in the last moments of the calamity, sending debris containing soil and grass because the falling tower struck a tree which became a symbol of 9/11 and Ground Zero. This...

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