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Days, Damascus, & The Dow

Aangeleverd door: It’s Me


Days, Damascus, & The Dow

Posted: 08 Feb 2018 01:23 PM PST

Another day, another historic loss in the U.S. stock market (second largest in history after Monday’s all-time record).  The stock market ended down 1,033 points today (and 666 points last Friday) not because an Illuminati cabal planned it that way, but because the King of Kings/Lord of Lords controls every atom, every speck of dust, and every moment in time (e.g. Deut. 32:8; Job 12:23; Ps. 74:17; Acts 17:26; Col. 1:17).

We are now just three months and one week out from the 70th anniversary of the State of Israel and three months and two weeks out from the first Pentecost after this anniversary of all anniversaries—the first Feast of Weeks since the Revelation 12 Sign.  May 14th is not only Israel’s 70th anniversary, but it is also the day Christ ascended to Heaven if He was crucified in 33 AD.

And while they were gazing into heaven as he went, behold, two men stood by them in white robes, and said, ‘Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking into heaven? This Jesus, who was taken up from you into heaven, will come in the same way as you saw him go into heaven.

– Acts 1:10–11

Israel will actually be celebrating its 70th anniversary on May 17th and 18th and Pentecost comes just several days later (either May 20th on the Jewish calendar, or May 21–22 on the observed, biblical calendar).  Either way, May, and all of 2018 for that matter, is going to be the highest watch we’ve ever seen.

Now learn this lesson from the fig tree: As soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near. Even so, when you see all these things, you know that it is near, right at the door. Truly I tell you, this generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have happened.

– Matthew 24:32–34


The years of our life are seventy, or even by reason of strength eighty; yet their span is but toil and trouble; they are soon gone, and we fly away.

– Psalm 90:10

Numerous, mind-boggling day counts and patterns point to this time like never before.  There is a great study on this over at WatchForTheDay that I would highly recommend you read and consider since we are now entering a time when complacency in the post-Revelation 12 Sign era is growing and many are settling back into a “life as usual” mindset.  It’s the perfect set up for the rapture and Day of the LORD:

For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.

– Matthew 24:38–39


While people are saying, ‘Peace and safety,’ destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape.

– 1 Thessalonians 5:3

Consider the past several astronomical signs in the heavens.  The media routinely mocked them all and dismissed them as purely coincidental and natural phenomena.  Yet they missed the fact that significant world events did coincide with these signs.

2014–2015 Blood Moon Tetrad:
 The invasion of Crimea and Ukraine, rise of the Islamic State’s caliphate, unprecedented diplomatic assault on Israel and the U.S. begins to turn against the Jewish State, and ultimately—immediately after the Super Blood Moon on Tabernacles, which appeared over Jerusalem—Russia invaded Syria and to this day remains in the biblical boundaries of northern Israel (see Ezek. 39:1–2).

The “conception” of the male child/Jupiter in November/December 2016: The world voted to divide Israel and the U.S. abstained from voting on historic Resolution 2334, which allowed it to pass.  Historic wildfires tore through central and northern Israel.

The Revelation 12 Sign: There were simply too many major prophetic events that coincided with THE sign for me to even list here.  You’ll have to read them for yourself: here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.  Oh, how quickly we forget that the prophetic tachometer is still revving up at breakneck speed.

Just consider the most recent sign in the heavens, which was the Super-Blue-Blood Moon on January 31st.  It could be seen in totality by up to two-thirds of the earth’s population.  Most media outlets were expectedly dismissive of its significance.  Take Inverse Science for example:

Sorry for the inconvenience: the apocalypse won’t be caused by an asteroid next month and the Super Blue Blood Moon won’t be the harbinger of humanity’s annihilation either.

On Wednesday, people around the world will look up at the night sky and see a big ol’ crimson moon. While certain spiritual scripture might mention the blood moon as a signal of the end of days, we here at Inverse promise that this upcoming lunar occurrence will just be really cool and not deadly at all.


Well, just two days after the historic eclipse the DJIA crashed 666 points.  Three days after that, the DJIA crashed 1,175 points—the largest single-day loss in terms of both points and market value in U.S. history.  You can take that to the bank.  Or perhaps I should say, out of the bank.  Then yesterday, the Israeli Minister of Agriculture publicly called for the Third Temple to be built and Israel again blew a hole through Damascus, or what’s left of the city, anyway:
Read Isaiah 17:1 to learn why this matters and why it pinpoints our current location in the timeline of biblical prophecy.

Today, 6 days after the DJIA crashed 666 points, President Trump delivered a stirring speech at the 66th annual National Prayer Breakfast.  You can’t make this stuff up.
One way or another, the secular world is soon going to learn that God is still in control.

Analysis: Turkey causing major escalation in Syrian war

Aangeleverd door: Spruitje

Bron: Arutz Sheva-7

Analysis: Turkey causing major escalation in Syrian war

Turkey will be on a collision course with Trump if it makes good on its promise to reach Manjib, home to a US Special Forces contingent.

Yochanan Visser, 09/02/18 16:18

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Yochanan Visser is an independent journalist/analyst who worked for many years as Middle East correspondent for Western Journalism.com in Arizona and was a frequent publicist for the main Dutch paper De Volkskrant. He authored a book in the Dutch language about the cognitive war against Israel and now lives in Gush Etzion. He writes a twice weekly analysis of current issues for Arutz Sheva

More than two weeks after Turkey launched another invasion into Syria dubbed “Olive Branch” by the Erdogan regime, it looks as though the Turkish army is slowly drowning in the Syrian swamp.

While state-controlled media in Turkey report huge successes and suggest it will be a matter of days before the Kurdish YPG militia in the most northern canton of Afrin surrenders, the situation on the ground gives a different picture.

It has also become clear that Erdogan had a hidden agenda when he attacked the Kurds in Afrin and claimed he only wanted to cleanse the area of “terrorists” – meaning the Kurds, who defeated ISIS and Islamic State itself which has no presence in Afrin.

The Turkish army suffered its greatest loss on February 3-4 when ten soldiers were killed in 24 hours, with the Kurds exposing serious flaws in Erdogan’s battle plan and weak points of the defense mechanisms of the German Leopard II tank which the Turks used in the offensive.

The Turkish offensive has also been hampered by infighting among the Islamist rebel groups in northern Syria which operate under the name Free Syrian Army and are Turkey’s ally in operation “Olive Branch”.

Another setback was a temporary ban on Turkish aerial actions in northern Syria imposed by Russia this weekend.

Observers said the Russian measure was related to the downing of a Russian warplane by Islamist rebels in Idlib, which neighbors Afrin.

However, the real reason for the Russian ban could be a sudden move by Erdogan’s forces, who moved into the area south of Aleppo all the way down to northern Idlib, a bastion of Sunni Islamist rebel groups and currently under siege by the Russian-Iranian backed pro-Assad coalition.

Local media reported on Monday that Russia had attacked a Turkish convoy on the road to Idlib, a report which later proved to be untrue, but the movement of the huge convoy revealed Erdogan’s hidden agenda in the “Olive Branch” operation.

Officially, the Turkish leader is helping to implement an element of the so-called Astana agreement between Syria, Iran, Russia, and Turkey, which envisioned so-called de-escalation zones in Syria, observers say.

By driving a wedge between the Islamist rebels in Idlib and the pro-Assad coalition, Erdogan’s army is helping achieve de-escalation – according to this line of thinking.

If this was the case, Iran would not have issued what British media call an “ultimatum” to Erdogan, while Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad labeled the Turkish invasion “illegal aggression”.

Bahrain Qasemi, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, called upon Turkey to immediately stop the incursion in Idlib and “respect Syria’s sovereignty.”

“Turkey’s actions can bring back insecurity, instability, and terrorism to Syria,” Qasemi warned, adding that the issue should be solved in the next round of talks in the Kazakh capital, Astana.

Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani later confirmed Iran’s stance on Turkey’s invasion and said Turkey’s new intervention in Syria must stop because the operation “would bear no fruit.”

Under the Astana agreement, Turkey was supposed to set up 12 observation posts in Idlib, but images of the Turkish convoy in the area of Aleppo showed Erdogan’s forces transferring heavy weaponry to Idlib.

The rebels in Idlib have been Erdogan’s natural allies in his quest to dispose of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. Turkey could have supplied the MANPAD which downed the Russian SU-25 warplane over Idlib last weekend, some observers think.

On Tuesday, the first direct confrontation between the pro-Assad coalition and the Turkish army was reported, when the sides traded artillery fire near Aleppo.

“The shelling, supposedly initiated by pro-regime forces, marks an alarming escalation in the war in Syria,” Arab media reported.

Erdogan has now embarked on a new diplomatic offensive to convince mostly Western leaders and the Pope that his actions in Syria are only directed at the YPG, and that he has no desire “to control the territory of another country.”

The YPG, on the other hand, pictures the Turkish invasion in Afrin as “genocide against the Kurdish people,” using gruesome images of the mutilated body of a female member of the YPG who was killed last week to trigger widespread international protests against the Turkish offensive.

Across Europe but also in Lebanon, Kurdish activists supported by locals protested Turkey’s intervention in Syria and the abuse of the partly naked body of the dead female YPG fighter who was called “a female pig” by members of Turkey’s ally, the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in northern Syria.

Members of Erdogan’s main ally in Syria could be seen standing with their boots on the naked body while declaring she was a “beautiful woman”.

At the same time, another FSA member said Barin Kobani, the mutilated dead female YPG fighter, constituted “the spoils of war from the female pigs of the P.K.K,” a reference to the outlawed Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) in Turkey which is engaged in a prolonged battle against the Turkish army.

The Kurdish YPG militia later issued a statement which said: “the bestial scene proved to the world the identity of the real invaders and the terrorists in Afrin.”

“The Turkish state is the world’s sponsor of terrorism,” according to the statement which was later followed by a condemnation and call for an investigation of the war crime by the National Council of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces, a pro-Erdogan organization.

The incident united Kurds across the globe and will no doubt strengthen the resolve of the Kurdish people in Syria in their fight against the Turkish army and strengthen their determination to foil Erdogan’s latest neo-Ottoman move.

In this respect, it’s important to see what happens next, when the Erdogan regime makes good on its promise to seize Manbij, a multicultural city in northern Syria which was liberatedfrom Islamic State by the YPG-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in August 2016.

The city is home to a significant contingent of U.S. Special Forces.

The U.S. Central Command in Syria has made it clear that the U.S. will not leave Manbij and will continue its support for the SDF despite Erdogan’s threats.

The hot-headed Turkish dictator, however, shows no signs of backing off and this will probably set him on a crash course with the Trump Administration.

At the end of January, president Donald Trump called Erdogan and warned him “to exercise caution and to avoid any actions that might risk conflict between Turkish and American forces,” – meaning an attack on Manbij.

The United States maintains a force of more than 2,000 soldiers in the Kurdish autonomous areas in Syria.

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