Nostradamus and the Sixth Seal

The Sixth Seal by Nostradamus

To Andrew the Prophet

Completed February 5, 2008

Les 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 Manhattancorrelating 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 Saudi Arabian Nuclear Horn: Daniel 7

Saudi Arabia to use domestic uranium for nuclear development

19 January 2023 

Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman says Saudi Arabia plans to use domestically-sourced uranium to develop its nuclear power industry. “We have large quantities of uranium, and we will exploit them commercially in the best way… We will deal with uranium reserves with full transparency, and we will search for the appropriate partners,” he noted.

“Recent explorations of activities showed a diverse portfolio of uranium in different geological locations within the Kingdom such as Jabal Saeed, Madinah, Jabal Qariah in the north,” he explained, adding: “Along with uranium, rare minerals such as titanium have been identified in significant quantities in the Kingdom, unlocking even greater investment opportunities.”

He told the Future Minerals Forum in Riyadh that recent exploration had identified a diverse portfolio of uranium. “The Kingdom intends to utilise its national uranium resources, including in joint ventures with willing partners in accordance with international commitments and transparency standards,” he said. “This would involve the entire nuclear fuel cycle which involves the production of yellowcake, low enriched uranium and the manufacturing of nuclear fuel both for our national use and, of course, for export.”

He confirmed that the Saudi National Nuclear Programme for Atomic Energy includes construction of nuclear reactors, which will initially target two large commercial nuclear reactors before expanding further.

Saudi Arabia set up the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KA-CARE) in 2010 to advance alternative energies including nuclear. Plans included the construction of 16 reactors to generate about 20% of Saudi Arabia’s electricity and smaller reactors for desalination. In 2013, three sites were short-listed. Construction was expected to begin in 2016 to build 17 GWe of nuclear capacity by 2032, but plans were scaled back in 2015 and the target date was moved to 2040. KA-CARE requested proposals for 2.9 GWe of nuclear capacity, from South Korea, China, Russia and Japan. In 2018 a project was launched to build a research reactor. Saudi Arabia is also investigating SMRs, signing agreements with the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Argentina’s Invap, and China Nuclear Engineering Corporation. The Kingdom is working on a framework programme for nuclear energy for 2022-2027.

Image: Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Energy, says the Kingdom plans to use domestically-sourced uranium to develop its nuclear power industry (courtesy of Saudi Gazette)

Putin ally warns NATO of nuclear war with Russia: Revelation 16

Deputy Chairman of Russia's Security Council Medvedev gives an interview outside Moscow
Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev gives an interview at the Gorki state residence outside Moscow, Russia on January 25, 2022. Picture taken January 25, 2022. Sputnik/Yulia Zyryanova/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo

Putin ally warns NATO of nuclear war if Russia is defeated in Ukraine

4 minute readJanuary 19, 20237:37 AM MSTLast Updated 5 hours ago

MOSCOW, Jan 19 (Reuters) – An ally of President Vladimir Putin warned NATO on Thursday that a defeat of Russia in Ukraine could trigger a nuclear war, while the head of the Russian Orthodox Church said the world would end if the West tried to destroy Russia.

Such apocalyptic rhetoric is intended to deter the U.S.-led NATO military alliance from getting even more involved in the war, on the eve of a meeting of Ukraine’s allies to discuss sending Kyiv more weapons.

But the explicit recognition that Russia might lose on the battlefield marked a rare moment of public doubt from a prominent member of Putin’s inner circle.

“The defeat of a nuclear power in a conventional war may trigger a nuclear war,” former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, who serves as deputy chairman of Putin’s powerful security council, said in a post on Telegram.

“Nuclear powers have never lost major conflicts on which their fate depends,” said Medvedev, who served as president from 2008 to 2012.

Striking a similar tone at what he described as an anxious time for the country, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church said in a sermon for Epiphany that trying to destroy Russia would mean the end of the world.

Medvedev said NATO and other defence leaders, due to meet at Ramstein Air Base in Germany on Friday to talk about strategy and support for the West’s attempt to defeat Russia in Ukraine, should think about the risks of their policy.

Putin casts Russia’s “special military operation” in Ukraine as an existential battle with an aggressive and arrogant West, and has said that Russia will use all available means to protect itself and its people.


The Kremlin chief has sought in recent months to gird Russians for a much tougher battle while promising eventual victory in a war that the leaders of the West say they will never let him win.

The United States has denied Russian claims that it wants to destroy Russia, while President Joe Biden has cautioned that a conflict between Russia and NATO could trigger World War Three.

But top Putin allies say the tens of billions of dollars’ worth of U.S. and European military assistance to Ukraine shows that Russia is now in a confrontation with NATO itself – the Cold War nightmare of both Soviet and Western leaders.

Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, said in a sermon: “We pray to the Lord that he bring the madmen to reason and help them understand that any desire to destroy Russia will mean the end of the world.”

“Today is an alarming time,” state news agency RIA quoted him as saying. “But we believe that the Lord will not leave Russian land.”

Putin’s foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, told reporters in Minsk that Russia would do everything to ensure NATO and European Union leaders “sobered up” as soon as possible.

“I hope that the sobering up will come,” Lavrov said. “We will do everything so that our colleagues from NATO and the European Union sober up as soon as possible.”


Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine has triggered one of the deadliest European conflicts since World War Two and the biggest confrontation between Moscow and the West since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

The United States and its allies have condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as an imperial land grab, while Ukraine has vowed to fight until the last Russian soldier is ejected from its territory.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, Medvedev has repeatedly raised the threat of a nuclear war, but his admission now of the possibility of Russia’s defeat indicates the level of Moscow’s concern over increased Western weapons deliveries to Ukraine.

Russia and the United States, by far the largest nuclear powers, hold around 90% of the world’s nuclear warheads.

Asked if Medvedev’s remarks signified that Russia was escalating the crisis to a new level, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: “No, it absolutely does not mean that.”

He said Medvedev’s remarks were in full accordance with Russia’s nuclear doctrine which allows for a nuclear strike after “aggression against the Russian Federation with conventional weapons when the very existence of the state is threatened”.

The Iran Horn is spinning out of control: Daniel 8

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei giving an address before visitors from the city of Qom in the capital Tehran

Iran is spinning out of control, just like the last days of the Shah

Not content with infighting and battling thousands of enraged Iranians on the streets, Tehran is determined to fight on many fronts

18 January 2023 • 12:40pm

The last days of the Shah of Iran have become a cautionary tale. The absolute ruler of Iran, who had the best equipped army in the Islamic Middle East, extreme oil wealth, and the backing of the United States, spent his final years watching everything he had once taken for granted spin out of control, seemingly unable to act. It was a miserable process that ended, legend has it, in him fleeing Iran in a plane that struggled to take off because it was so stuffed with gold and any other valuables that he was able to trouser at the last minute.

The Iran we know today — the Islamic Republic — was born from the 1979 revolution that overthrew the Shah; its lessons are imprinted onto its leaders. As protests strafe the country, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his coterie are undoubtedly acting — but increasingly in a panicked and thoughtless fashion. 

The country they lead is facing two severe challenges. Publicly, Iranians have been protesting on the streets since Mahsa Amini was killed in police custody on September 16 last year. The demonstrations are national and cross class and gender. The regime is reacting with customary brutality, but still the protests continue. Those rebelling are mainly Gen Z’ers who have grown up in the social media age (despite the regime’s attempts to shut the platforms down). Leaks from Iranian authorities reveal that very often the interrogators simply don’t understand what it is the protestors want — which explains why they are finding it so difficult to quell them.

Internally, the regime is facing a possible succession crisis. Khamenei is 83 and, rumour has it, suffering from illness — perhaps even cancer — just as the Shah was as he faced his own uprising. He might well be on the way out, though this must be treated with a certain degree of scepticism: ayatollahs are like Oxford Dons, they tend to march on forever. Nevertheless, behind the scenes, a very real battle is underway. 

Khamenei wants his son Mojtaba Khamenei to succeed him, but understands that, as per the Iranian way of doing things, he needs a tight circle around him, from which he will be Primus inter pares. Mojtaba fancies a more solo approach to things. This has upset many of the power brokers in the establishment, not least the Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, General Ali Shamkhani. This battle, in my view, helps explain the recent execution of the British-Iranian Alireza Akbari. As Iranian Deputy Minister of Defence from 2000 to 2005, it was Shamkhani, then Minister of Defence, whom Akbari served under. The two men were close – his execution, under accusations of being a spy, is beyond embarrassing for Shamkhani: it questions his very credibility and fitness for office as a man integral to Iranian national security.

In one sense, this sort of squabble is nothing new. Often, much of the behaviour coming out of Tehran looks whimsical or arbitrary because it is the product not of analysis or policy, but infighting. But in executing a British national it is not just Shamkhani that has been challenged but London. Iranians calling people British spies is nothing new. The tendency of some in Iran to blame the “Perfidious Albion” for everything is so established that it was satirised in a famous Iranian novel.

But reading the Iranian Judiciary’s own website account of Akbari’s case, which runs to over 2,000 words, it does seem that even the Iranians aren’t convinced. London, for its part, is outraged. For the first time last weekend, an MP (the Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee) called for the closure of IRGC centres in the UK – something that Iranian dissident expats have long been calling for, as they see these outlets as a threat to their safety.

Not content with infighting and battling thousands of enraged Iranians on the streets, it appears that Tehran is determined to fight on as many fronts as it can. Like the late 1970s, it all seems to be getting out of control. 

David Patrikarakos is a contributing editor at Unherd and author of War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty-First Century

Antichrist al-Sadr calls on US troops to leave Iraq

Shiite cleric al-Sadr calls on US troops to leave Iraq

Influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Wednesday called on President Joe Biden to withdraw US troops that currently serve in Iraq, to spare the country from becoming an arena for regional and international conflicts.

Influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Wednesday called on President Joe Biden to withdraw US troops that currently serve in Iraq, to spare the country from becoming an arena for regional and international conflicts. Al-Sadr has always been opposed to the US presence in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003.

Iraqi lawmakers voted to oust US troops, following the US drone strike that killed Iran’s top general Qassim Soleimani, along with Iraq’s militia commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.But the way to achieve that is still unclear.

During Wednesday’s news conference near his residence in Najaf, al-Sadr also warned against the normalization with the Zionist enemy.

“It has been said that the Israeli ambassador (to Iraq) has been named, and I challenge him to come,” he said.

Al-Sadr added that there must be parliamentary and political action to prevent normalization with Israel saying that “we will not allow it even if costs us our blood.”

The Shiite leader’s political bloc won the largest share of seats in the last parliamentary elections in 2018.

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Who is Muqtada al-Sadr the Antichrist?

Muqtada al- Sadr

Muqtada al- Sadr Biography

Military Leader (c. 1974–)

Muqtada al- Sadr

Military Leader

c. 1974

Al-Najaf, Iraq

Muqtada al-Sadr led the Shi’ite militia known as the Mahdi Army, which committed acts of retribution against Sunnis in Iraq during the U.S. occupation.


Born c.1974, Muqtada al-Sadr was the son of Grand Ayatolla Muhammad Sadiq al-Sadr. After the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, Sadr began to organize the Iraqi Shi’ite majority, forming a militia called the Mahdi Army to police the “Sadr City” neighborhood of Baghdad and enact retribution on Sunni Muslims. Sadr’s militia also engaged coalition troops, calling for their complete removal.

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Russian Horn’s New Unstoppable Nuclear Weapon: Revelation 16

Vladimir Putin and Dmitrij Donskoj Submarine
In this combination image, Russian nuclear submarine Dmitrij Donskoj which is 172 meters long and is thus the largest nuclear powered submarine in the world sails under the Great Belt Bridge between Jyutland and Fun through Danish waters, near Korsor, on July 21, 2017 and inset image of Vladimir Putin during the Navy Day Parade, on July, 31 2022, in Saint Petersburg Getty

What Are Poseidon Torpedoes? Putin’s ‘Unstoppable’ Nuclear Weapon

By Jack Dutton On 1/17/23 at 9:25 AM EST

On Monday, Russia’s state-owned media agency TASS reported that the country had developed its first set of “unstoppable” Poseidon nuclear-capable super torpedoes, which a pro-Vladimir Putin TV host said is capable of causing a tsunami that could drown the U.K. under a 500-meter tidal wave of radioactive seawater.

Quoting an unidentified source close to Russia’s military, TASS said that Russia’s Belgorod nuclear submarine will receive them “in the near future.”

The news agency also said that the crew of the submarine has already completed tests with models of the weapon.

The Belgorod could carry up to eight Poseidons, according to a U.S. Congressional Research Service (CRS) report.

Poseidon was first announced by President Vladimir Putin in 2018. Putin said it was fundamentally a new type of strategic nuclear weapon with its own power source.

Putin boasted at the time: “They are very low noise, have high maneuverability and are practically indestructible for the enemy.

“There is no weapon that can counter them in the world today.”

In the speech, Putin said the range of the torpedo would be unlimited and that it could operate to extreme depths at speeds much faster than any other submarine or other torpedoes.

What Are Poseidon Torpedoes?

TASS reports that these nuclear weapons are “practically indestructible.”

The weapons have their own nuclear reactor to power the torpedo.

Sidharth Kaushal, a research fellow for seapower and missile defense at British defense think tank RUSI, told that the weapon is about 20 meters long, can go 1,000 meters deep and has a range of at least 10,000 kilometers.

It is estimated to have a top speed of 50 nautical mph (90 km/ph), about double as quick as a conventional submarine and much harder to detect.

Many of its other capabilities are shrouded in mystery, as Russia has been careful not to release too much information about it.

But both Russian and U.S. officials have claimed Poseidon is capable of causing radioactive ocean swells that would leave coastal cities uninhabitable.

Shaun Burnie, a senior nuclear specialist at Greenpeace, told Newsweek in 2022 that the yield of Poseidon is up to 100 megatons—about seven thousand times more than the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima, which devastated the whole city and immediately killed an estimated 80,000 people.

In May 2022, just over two months into Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, popular state TV anchor Dmitry Kiselyov claimed that the Poseidon drone “could drown Britain in a radioactive tsunami.”

Newsweek has contacted nuclear analysts for comment on Poseidon.

On Sunday, the U.K. became the first country to commit to supply Ukraine with its own tanks to fight the Russians. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s office said in a statement that his country will supply Challenger 2 tanks to Ukraine, after he spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.