Archive for July 2005

Iran and the Bomb – Let’s do the math

July 15, 2005

Last month the president of Iran made the strange and self defeating proclamation “that Israel should be wiped off the face of the Earth”. Well, what a hateful, irresponsible, and hostile thing to say about another nation. I was told that President Lyndon B. Johnson had a saying, “never tell a man to go to hell unless you have the power to send him there”. I guess the repercussions might be serious in nature. Presently, Iran does not have the power to send anyone to hell, however, they seem to be working very hard to achieve this outcome. Last week, Iran wanted to be allowed to produce weapons grade plutonium, unmonitored, which they claim will be used for peaceful purposes. Oh really, last month they want to wipe nations off the face of the Earth, but this month they want weapons grade plutonium for peaceful purposes. If we “add one and one together–we get two”. And in this case “two” seems to equal nuclear weapons (and not “peace”)! Nostradamus wrote that the future third antichrist (the one after Hitler) would come from the land of Persia! So let’s keep a good watch out for events in Iran, because things aren’t quite adding up over there.

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Nostradamus and the Popes

July 7, 2005

Nostradamus penned 36 quatrains containing the word “pope”. There are even more references to the popes, using words which function as “allusions” to the pope. Other interesting phrases he used in this regard were “the law of the great Messiah, the Holy See, the Holy chalice. The Holy monarchy, and the Christian King of the World. And on another interesting note, according to Italian wire reports, the Italian government concluded “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the leaders of the USSR were behind the evil assassination attempt to kill Pope John Paul II (referred to as “the labor of the sun” by Irish Bishop Malachy), back in 1981. The would-be killer was a Turkish man, and was associated with a Bulgarian who had KGB connections. In my opinion, you would have to be a real evil person to shoot at a pope! I’m not surprised at all that the Turk failed in his task! I wish the present pope all the luck in the world. He seems like a strong willed individua