The Sixth Seal by Nostradamus (Rev 6:12)

Nostradamus and the New City Nostradamus and the New CityLes Propheties
(Century 1 Quatrain 27)

Michel de Nostredame Earth-shaking fire from the center of the earth.Will cause the towers around the New City to shake,Two great rocks for a long time will make war, And then Arethusa will color a new river red.(And then areth USA will color a new river red.) Earth-shaking fire from the center of the earth.Will cause the towers around the New City to shake,Two great rocks for a long time will make war
There is recent scientific evidence from drill core sampling in Manhattan, that the southern peninsula is overlapped by several tectonic plates. Drill core sampling has been taken from regions south of Canal Street including the Trade Towers’ site. Of particular concern is that similar core samples have been found across the East River in Brooklyn. There are also multiple fault lines along Manhattan correlating with north-northwest and northwest trending neo-tectonic activity. And as recently as January and October of 2001, New York City has sustained earthquakes along these plates. For there are “two great rocks” or tectonic plates that shear across Manhattan in a northwestern pattern. And these plates “for a longtime will make war”, for they have been shearing against one other for millions of years. And on January 3 of 2010, when they makewar with each other one last time, the sixth seal shall be opened, and all will know that the end is near.
And then Arethusa will color a new river red.
Arethusa is a Greek mythological figure, a beautiful huntress and afollower of the goddess Artemis. And like Artemis, Arethusa would have nothing to do with me; rather she loved to run and hunt in the forest. But one day after an exhausting hunt, she came to a clear crystal stream and went in it to take a swim. She felt something from beneath her, and frightened she scampered out of the water. A voice came from the water, “Why are you leaving fair maiden?” She ran into the forest to escape, for the voice was from Alpheus, the god of the river. For he had fallen in love with her and became a human to give chase after her. Arethusa in exhaustion called out to Artemis for help, and the goddess hid her by changing her into a spring.But not into an ordinary spring, but an underground channel that traveled under the ocean from Greece to Sicily. But Alpheus being the god of the river, converted back into water and plunged downthe same channel after Arethusa. And thus Arethusa was captured by Artemis, and their waters would mingle together forever. And of great concern is that core samples found in train tunnels beneath the Hudson River are identical to those taken from southern Manhattan. Furthermore, several fault lines from the 2001 earthquakes were discovered in the Queen’s Tunnel Complex, NYC Water Tunnel #3. And a few years ago, a map of Manhattan drawn up in 1874 was discovered, showing a maze of underground waterways and lakes. For Manhattan was once a marshland and labyrinth of underground streams. Thus when the sixth seal is broken, the subways of the New City shall be flooded be Arethusa:the waters from the underground streams and the waters from the sea. And Arethusa shall be broken into two. And then Arethusa will color a new river red.
And then areth USA will color a new river red.
For Arethusa broken into two is areth USA. For areth (αρετη) is the Greek word for values. But the values of the USA are not based on morality, but on materialism and on wealth. Thus when the sixth seal is opened, Wall Street and our economy shall crash and “arethUSA”, the values of our economy shall fall “into the red.” “Then the kings of the earth and the great men and the commanders and the rich and the strong and every slave and free man hid themselves in the caves and among the rocks of the mountains; and they said to the mountains and to the rocks, ‘Fall on us and hide us from the presence of Him who sits on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb; for the great day of their wrath has come, and who is able to stand?’” (Revelation 6:15-17)

The Antichrist represents the Shiite paramilitary force

“Maliki does not represent Hashd al-Shaabi and has nothing to do with this foundation,” said Ibrahim Jabri, media officer to Sadr. He said the force was established under a religious decree by Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, Iraq’s top Shiite cleric.
“Maliki is far from the Hashd al-Shaabi. Go ask him how many members of his family have been martyred alongside the Hashd al-Shaabi,” he asked.
The Hashd al-Shaabi was formed by the Iraqi Interior Ministry when Maliki was in power to fight ISIS after the group’s takeover of a third of Iraq in mid-2014. The group was since then reportedly taking orders from Maliki.
On many occasions Maliki has supported the Shiite paramilitaries as being an active force in the fight against ISIS.
The parliamentary decree also stipulates that members of all of Iraq’s ethnic and religious groups will have the right to the join the Hashd, which will be reorganized by the military following the ongoing Mosul operation against ISIS.
“Hashd al-Shaabi represents all Iraqi groups. Politicians should not impose their hegemony on it. And we are for changing the name to Hashd al-Watani,” which means nationalist force in Arabic, Jabri said.

The Hegemony Of The First Horn (Daniel 8:3)

The world is heading towards establishing a global Islamic government headed by Iran Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, Iran’s top military adviser to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has said.
Safavi, who served as commander of the Revolutionary Guards from 1997 to 2007, said the US has begun to retreat on the military and political levels.
According to Iranian Fars news agency, Safavi said young men in Yemen and Iraq followed the example of Iran’s youths – in reference to establishing militias and parties which were affiliated with the velayat-e faqih regime in Tehran.
The velayat-e faqih idea – which has been proposed since Ayatollah Khomeini took power in Iran in 1979 – is not that different from ISIS ideology with both sharing the idea of establishing a global Islamic governance.
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Last Update: Wednesday, 30 November 2016 KSA 15:07 – GMT 12:07

Scarlet Woman joins Wisconsin recount lawsuit

Clinton moves to join Wisconsin recount lawsuit
por Curcio Lalama·Noviembre 30, 2016 03:08
The commission had rejected her call for a hand recount, allowing all 72 counties to determine how they wanted to proceed.
Attorneys representing Trump in Michigan’s recount effort, Gary Gordon and John Pirich, said any recount of MI ballots should be conducted by machine due to interest of time and the unlikeliness of machine tampering, as the machines aren’t connected to the Internet.
US President-elect Donald Trump posted a string of tweets on Monday taking a jibe at American media house CNN, for what he alleges as a pro-Hillary Clinton news coverage. Trump’s Sunday tweet-storm, on the other hand, suggests that assuming the mantle of president-elect hasn’t stopped him from trafficking in baseless conspiracy theories, even one that undermines the legitimacy of an election he won.
But concerns of machines vulnerable to error or manipulation, a significant increase in voters who cast a ballot but did not vote for a presidential candidate and reports of hacking election-related data throughout the country make a statewide recount worth it, he said. In Michigan, when the margin in a race is more than 0.5%, the candidate must pay $125 per precinct, which adds up to $787,500.
The commission is made up of three Democrats and three Republicans. It adopted the recount plans unanimously.
Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton by about 22,000 votes in Wisconsin, but Stein has alleged – without evidence – that the results may have been hacked in a cyberattack. Stein had 31,006 votes, and De La Fuente had 1,514 votes.
Still, Stein emphasized the importance of pushing for the recounts, if only for principle. Stein denied this on Monday, saying the funds are “all going into a dedicated recount fund that is not accessible to the campaign”. Counties must turn in their estimates by noon. In a hand recount, clerks would individually tally those ballots. Those machines also generate paper records.
Texas Republican Party chairman Tom Mechler said the elector’s replacement will be selected by the remaining electors when they meet December 19.
Additionally, if the recount isn’t finished by the December 19th electoral vote, it’s possible neither candidate will get any of those states’ electoral votes.
Stein was in court Tuesday afternoon seeking to force the Wisconsin recount to be done by hand.
Tuesday, November 29: Stein and/or De La Fuente campaign submits payment to WEC.
“As long as the petition is valid…the commission must issue a recount order”, Michael Haas, the commission’s interim administrator, told The Wall Street Journal.
Thursday, recount begins in every Wisconsin county.
The Board oft State Canvassers has four members.
December 13, Elections Commission staff will prepare the official recount canvass certification by 3 p.m.
Clinton’s campaign, which has so far not ordered a recount, said it agrees with Stein’s efforts in principle, but has not called for recounts because no evidence has been uncovered of potential voting fraud.
Furthermore, the once far-fetched concern of hacking has loomed large in an unusual election plagued by attacks from Russian-sponsored hackers, including the theft of emails from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign, as well as intrusions into Arizona and IL statewide voter registrations bases.
Trump was the first Republican presidential nominee to win Wisconsin since 1984.
Chris Thomas, the director of elections for the state, noted that Stein received only 1.07 percent of the vote in MI.
Three weeks after the presidential election, Wisconsin will move forward with a vote recount after some have questioned the integrity of election proceedings in the state.

Trump May Keep Our Nukes Antiquated

Loren Thompson , CONTRIBUTOR
Consider nuclear weapons. Barack Obama began his presidential tenure advocating a world free of nuclear weapons — he gave a big speech on the subject during his first year in office — and the nuclear posture review the administration completed in 2010 proposed “a multilateral effort to limit, reduce and eventually eliminate all nuclear weapons worldwide.” Six years later, Obama has begun an effort to modernize all three legs of the nuclear “triad” — ballistic-missile submarines, land-based missiles, and long-range bombers.
Clearly, Washington has changed the way Obama views nuclear weapons.
Now consider president-elect Donald Trump. When he launched his campaign for the presidency in June of 2015, he told Fox’s Bill O’Reilly that the nation’s nuclear arsenal had grown too old to be reliable, and made it clear he intended to fix that. In his most important foreign-policy speech of the campaign on April 27 of this year, Trump stated, “our nuclear arsenal, our ultimate deterrent, has been allowed to atrophy and is desperately in need of modernization and renewal.” The need to replace aging nuclear weapons has been a consistent theme of Trump’s campaign.
Most of the nuclear-capable bomber fleet consists of Boeing B-52 bombers that are over 50 years old. The planes are rugged and continuously modernized, but trying to penetrate heavily-defended air space would be a suicide mission. The Air Force needs both a new bomber and a new air-launched cruise missile to preserve the bomber component of the nuclear “triad.” (Retrieved from Wikimedia)
And yet, because of the baroque way in which Washington operates, Trump’s election is already shaping up to be a setback for nuclear modernization. In fact, it could result in a nuclear arsenal less able to deter aggression a dozen years from now. Here’s why.
Republicans and Democrats have been at loggerheads for so long that Congress hasn’t managed to approve a complete budget in time for the new fiscal year since 1997. The government is kept running with what’s called a “continuing resolution,” which funds federal programs at the previous year’s level until Congress passes a real budget. When the government is operating under a continuing resolution, as it has been since the new fiscal year began October 1, new programs can’t be started and existing programs can’t spend more money than they were allotted in the prior year.
Last week, the Trump transition team signaled that it would like to see the current continuing resolution extended through March 31, so that it has time to shape spending priorities for the year. That means Washington will be functioning under what is known as a stop-gap funding mechanism for at least half of the fiscal year.
Such measures tend to waste money and distort decisions, but it’s understandable a new administration wouldn’t want to be stuck with the priorities of its predecessors. In the case of nuclear modernization, though, even a six-month delay could have serious repercussions because the Obama Administration waited too long to begin replacement of what Trump has correctly characterized as a decrepit strategic arsenal. There simply isn’t any slack in the modernization plan Trump will inherit before aging weapons need to be retired, or become unreliable.
Take the Navy’s Ohio-class submarines, which carry long-range ballistic missiles capable of destroying distant targets after a surprise attack. Ballistic-missile subs are the most survivable part of the nuclear force because enemies can’t find them when they are on undersea patrols. Survivability is crucial to deterrence since it’s the ability to retaliate after an attack that deters an enemy from attacking in the first place.
But the Ohio-class boats in the fleet today were built decades ago, and then their service lives were extended from a planned 30 years to 42 to delay paying the price of replacement. Further life extensions won’t be feasible when they start wearing out ten years from now — they will have to retire. To make matters worse, the Obama Administration delayed construction of the first replacement submarine from 2019 to 2021 so there is no margin of error in the schedule to cope with any problems that might crop up in development.
The existing subs will have to begin retiring in 2029 whether the new ones are available or not. Jason Sherman of explained in a November 22 analysis why extending the continuing resolution to March 31 is dangerous:
In September, the Navy’s top officer warned that delaying FY-17 funding beyond January could imperil the schedule for the service’s top modernization priority — the new ballistic missile submarine program — which needs funding to begin procuring long-lead items for the first boat during the first month of the new year.
In other words, it takes so long to design, develop, produce, commission, test and man a new ballistic missile sub that the Navy can’t tolerate any delays. And delay is precisely what extending the continuing resolution entails.
similar situation prevails in the case of the land-based Minuteman III missiles sitting in underground silos in the upper Midwest. General Robin Rand, head of the Air Force’s Global Strike Command, warned Congress on July 14 that “the Minuteman III flight system experiences propellant/component age out and subsystem attrition issues in the 2030 timeframe.” The Air Force hasn’t even picked a contractor to develop a successor missile, and time is running out to develop, test and deploy hundreds of replacements before the existing missiles become unreliable.
And then there are the long-range bombers. Most of the nuclear-capable bombers in the current fleet are B-52s based on an airframe first conceived in the 1940s that ceased production over 50 years ago. They are rugged planes, but long past the point when they could safely penetrate defended air space. The Air Force recently awarded a contract to develop a successor plane, but past experience suggests that program will encounter delays before being fielded late in the next decade.
Meanwhile, existing bombers must have a new cruise missile to remain credible contributors to nuclear deterrence, because the missiles they carry today are decades past their originally intended retirement date. Unfortunately, the new bombers, the new missiles, and the aerial-refueling tankers that will allow them to reach remote targets will all be delayed by extension of the continuing resolution. Each program required funding increases in the new fiscal year to stay on track that aren’t normally allowed under a stop-gap funding measure.
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter captured how far gone the nation’s nuclear arsenal is in September remarks at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota:
President-elect Trump deserves credit for highlighting this problem from the earliest days of his presidential campaign. Nothing matters more to national security than maintaining a credible nuclear deterrent. But for precisely that reason, Trump should urge the Congress to make an exception from the usual rules governing stop-gap funding measures to keep nuclear modernization programs on track. If funding is delayed by even a few months, the U.S. could be saddled with a deficient nuclear deterrent in the near future because new weapons aren’t available and old ones must retire.

Antichrist Seeks Reforms For His Men (Revelation 13:18)

Al Arabiya
In step 24 hours after Iraqi Parliament passed a bill recognizing Popular Mobilization militias as a government entity, Muqtada al Sadr, head of al Sadrist movement, proposed reforms to regulate and organize the Shiite militia fighters.
A delegation from al Sadrist movement handed over the reform manuscript to Iraqi president, Fuad Masum and the Speaker of the Parliament, Salem al Jabouri, on Sunday.
On the other hand, Al Jabouri emphasized the magnitude of unification of all Iraqi parties in order to accomplish a comprehensive national reconciliation that will contribute to the stabilization of their country.
On Saturday, the Iraqi parliament has passed the bill recognizing the Popular Mobilization Forces as a government body operation alongside the military, amid the opposition of some Sunni lawmakers, who said the law would intensify the division and the rift within the Iraqi society particularly following the violations attributed to these militias in some areas of Iraq.
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Last Update: Monday, 28 November 2016 KSA 14:16 – GMT 11:16