One of many flash points where WWIII could start. Not surprisingly, Nostradamus wrote about this region and its involvement in WWIII, mentioning the Latin name of the Dnieper River that runs through eastern Ukraine, “Borysthenes” – as the first region to give way.
“Ukraine’s parliament is to decide whether to bring in martial law, after the capture of three of its naval vessels by Russia. The three ships were sailing off the coast of Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014, when they were seized. Ukraine said Russia rammed one of its boats in an “act of aggression”, while Russia said the ships had illegally entered its waters. The incident marks a major escalation of tension between the two countries.
This is the first time the two militaries have come into open conflict in recent years, although Ukrainian forces have been fighting Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country.
On Sunday morning, Ukraine’s Berdyansk and Nikopol gunboats, and the Yani Kapu tug, tried to sail from the Black Sea port of Odessa to Mariupol in the Sea of Azov. Under a 2003 treaty between the governments in Moscow and Kiev, the Kerch Strait and the Sea of Azov are shared territorial waters.”
“A UN Security Council meeting has been called for 11am tomorrow after Ukraine incident with Russia, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said in a tweet.”
“Ukraine’s government is requesting vote on imposition of martial law for 60 days” – probably to help make sure Russian soldiers don’t infiltrate their eastern border and help pro-Russian separatists.
Of course, Nostradamus cannot predict the future. However, he can foretell it, if there is an agency interested and able to make what he foretold happen.
Why would such an agency do so?
1) They know roughly (or precisely) when the cataclysm will happen.
2) They need a means to broadcast immanence of the eschaton to those able to receive and interpret that broadcast.
3) They can manipulate all governments (and communications media thereof) to contrive Nostradamus’ deliberately vague/ambiguous foretellings to occur.
Bear in mind, if all is to be destroyed, the benefit of communication and distraction remain sufficient motive for such machinations.
Well I do believe some rare few people can mentally transcend our normal limitations of perception in a controlled manner – I have experienced it on rare occasion myself, but I cannot summon the ability or make good use of it. Have some people had much greater, more developed abilities over the course of history? I think so. Perhaps Nostradamus is a hoax – he said thousands of vague things, and centuries have gone by, so of course he seems to have been accurate sometimes. But I must say that sometimes the details match very precisely, and although much of what he is famous for is misinterpreted hype, I believe some of his visions are real, and spot on accurate, especially regarding the fall of the Soviet Union. So I disagree with your assessment that of course he couldn’t – I think some can.
The Illuminati know mankind’s true history (tens, even hundreds, of cycles of rebirths) and this includes the Vatican/Catholicism, Templars, Masons, etc.
Notre Dame was quite able to put out a patsy, just as Julian Assange is put out today, if it suited their multi-millennial mission.
Is it really easier to believe in a supernatural ability to predict the future, than to believe Nostra Damus was an actor with a script – and that it is useful to contrive the world to fit it?
This is like the dichotomy between exotic DEWs destroying the WTC vs being pre-planned decades in advance (twin towers built for destruction – symbolising the twins we call Sirius & Sun).
Sometimes the exotic is a more appealing explanation, e.g. aliens, flat earth, simulation, etc.
Unfortunately, no. Everything is rather banal and mundane. The Earth just turns upside down every 12,000 years, and mankind is learning how to be so cunning it can finally avoid being sent back to the stone age (Groundhog Day). However, 99.99% of folk are not privy to that cunning, but where they observe it, if they don’t instinctively discount it, they will tend to regard it as indicative of supranormal powers.
I know what I have personally experienced, and it opens my eyes to certain possibilities. Most such claims are silly scams/hoaxes, so I understand. And yes there are many, many conspiracies which overlap – and several point back to pole shifts. But not everything.
There are only two conspiracies/controversies I’ve found so far that don’t point to pole shift:
1) The Moon – natural or not?
2) The origin of Mammalia (vs Reptilia) – terrestrial or not?
Everything else points to Sothis*Sol and Aquarius twice a great year, and that the great mission to escape this great filter exceeds all other considerations…