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Uranium is a silvery-white metallic chemical element in the actinide series of the periodic table, with symbol U and atomic number 92. A uranium atom has 92 protons and 92 electrons, of which 6 are valence electrons.
The eleventh hour is the last possible moment at which something can be done before problems or solutions might arise. The phrase, “at the eleventh” hour became popular in the 19th century, but was in use much earlier. It alludes specifically to the book of Matthew in the New Testament (20:2-16).
This account in Matthew is a parable regarding workers who arrive at the eleventh hour of the workday and are still paid a full day’s wage. Biblical scholars have suggested that the parable can mean that even people who come to Christianity late in life will still earn the full benefits of the joys of eternal life.
Some scholars have even placed this hour as specifically the hour between 5 and 6 pm, since the typical workday would have been from sunup to sunset, or between 6am and 6 pm. This very literal meaning seldom applies to eleventh hour as it is used commonly. Instead, it simply means “at the last possible time.”
Some relate “at the eleventh hour” to procrastination, and view the phrase in a negative sense. For example, Constantine’s deathbed conversion to Christianity seems unfair to some Christians, as it happened at the very last moment. A student who waits until the night before it's due to write a paper or finish an assignment has certainly procrastinated, and may turn in work that is not carefully thought out or well-prepared.
The eleventh hour represents our last change to atone for things before Judgment. People are seeing it because we are not paying attention to the fruits we are creating in the world and these are yielding plagues. As it says in Revelation, despite the plagues, man would not repent the work of his hands, and he would not stop worshiping idols that can't see or hear or walk.
I see it as a call, one where we can wake up and truly serve the whole or continue to focus only on the self as the rest of Revelation seems to indicate. Man falls prey to self-deception, greed, harlotry (selling of self for money), workaholic (and the smoke of his torment rises forever --pollution-- for he that worships the beast).
It's about choosing whether you serve materialism and the flesh/beast, or God and the whole (and the protection of his creation = nature, seeing it as holy and sacred). Remember, almost everyone is deceived near the eleventh hour. Even the prophets and church are deceiving others into worshiping the beast/flesh/other men/governments. I like the book of Galatians. Like another poster, I saw the phenomenon spike for myself before the twin towers attack on 9/11. I was also seeing 9:11 on my clock a lot. As much as we are being called, we are being warned as well.
Also remember that you will know the true prophet of God from the fruits of any philosophy he recommends (saying it comes from God). If it's causing us to create plagues (materialism and conformity to big business, greed, corrupt governments etc.). then it is bearing poor fruit, not good fruit. Remember, Jesus showed us the way, and was wiling to die and would not compromise himself with authorities who were not God.
If you see 11:11, it is time to become a good shepherd and to begin to ask what we are really manifesting through the 'work of our hands' upon the environment and greater world.
In the end, all men will be judged by their works, bringing an element of karma for having participated in the destruction of God's creation, one another and ourselves. Unless we start attuning to nature and going "off grid" with "power" (metaphorically and literally), we could one day have a very nuclear future to contend with. What would Jesus do? Start to care.