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Originally posted by Indigo2
a lot more people are able to look at the american goverment with accusing eyes.
I p252 (cII-60)
A major nuclear confrontation will occur in the Middle East. The
aggressor will have broken a promise not to use nuclear weapons in
warfare. Naval fleets kept in the area by other powers will be
scattered in ruins from the violence of the blast.
Radioactive fallout and its effect on people, animals, and weather,
and erupting volcanoes will turn the water of that part of the ocean
a muddy red color. Because of this bodies will appear to float in
blood. Because of the blasts and earth changes, rivers will change
their course, and political boundary lines based on them will be
The U.S. will have a Democratic president at the time. He will get
involved with the conflict as a way of trying to stimulate the
economy from a depression.
(Century II, Quatrains 3 and 4)
During a period of continuing unrest, the leader of a Middle Eastern country will be able to obtain a nuclear weapon. He will go to the greatest lengths over the smallest things and will not hesitate to use the weapon because of his obsessions with deadly warfare. The people he is warring against retaliate with a nuclear weapon. The country has a coast on the Mediterranean.
One of the bombs will land in the Mediterranean instead of the land, poisoning all the fish. The passages of trade in the region will be disrupted so that the people on the other coast will be desperate for food and will eat the fish anyway. It will happen near the east coast of the Mediterranean in a region of dark-colored cliffs.
(Century III, Quatrain 83)
The nuclear weapon being dropped by one of the Middle Eastern countries will spark off yet another war on top of that war. European nations will try to interfere to diminish the threat to oil supplies. When the European countries try to interfere, the crazed leader will use the rest of his arsenal on Europe, most striking the Italian Peninsula.
now i know people get De-Jevu but what i get it it is very different cause i travel to places in the world and i know exactly how to get around where i am and i know exactly what might be down certain streets and how to always find my way around.
now i will say something of what else i have been shown
i was shown a war game with which i now know to be the isreal and the states.
it goes wrong and a nuclear accident occurs...
but the other countries in the vincinity dont see it as such.
iran and and other arabian countries become allies
along with China
none of it looks good...and humanity suffers
so much so that biggest problem becomes , how to deal with all the bodies.
does this happen...i dont know, could it happen...i would say it comes closer and closer to becoming reality.
there is a lot more to it but it starts to enter realm of the surreal so i will just have to wait and see.
anyways....i do believe that in life we are the makers of our own destiny...so therefore none of this need happen...but it is a case of the right time and place to make it not happen.
and waking up the people to realize we are all the same and the human race has a right to exist in this multi-verse world.
In my judgment we are now in a high risk situation in the Gulf--- with a significant probability of Iranian escalation in the coming 90 days.
We are ordering three US Navy carrier battle groups into the region. A basic axiom of military operations starts with an assessment of enemy CAPABILITIES-- not enemy INTENTIONS. There is now widespread intelligence agreement that the Iranians would be foolhardy (INTENTIONS) to blockade the Gulf inviting GCC and US retaliation-- and also shutting off their own oil exports which provides 80% of their foreign revenue.
There is also a widespread incorrect intelligence assessment that the Iranians lack the CAPABILITIES to shut down the Gulf exports. NOT SO. They have three Kilo Class silent sub’s and perhaps 19 other mini-subs--- a significant sea mining capacity—some extremely effective shore based missile batteries--- some highly effective air defense capabilities--- and a small number of high performance aircraft with missiles that could deny the two mile wide Hormuz sea transit zone to safe tanker traffic.
They could also place the GCC/Saudi Gulf oil terminals at risk. The latest saber rattling by the Iranian Armed Forces threatening the US Navy Carrier Stennis Battle Group to not return to the Gulf was significant. It was immediately and widely derided as an empty threat by 5th Fleet in Bahrain. In my judgment the US will not and should not place a carrier at risk in the narrow Gulf waters if combat operations are deemed likely. There is a high probability that the Iranians could SINK a US carrier (with 5000+ sailors) in these constrained waters with their current military capabilities. It would mean all-out war if that happened.