UPDATE: It looks like I may have missed a huge angle on this story, and I am presently struggling to understand it. It seems a lot of this story has to do with the Clinton pay-for-play criminal activity in both North Korea and Iran, and bringing it to an end. If anyone can explain it in simple terms to me, please do! WOW!!! Thanks and hugs, ~Jean 🙂
UPDATE: At the end of the day, I’m here to ask if anyone who read the material below and then listened to the videos heard these statements, which were either from Q or were an interpretation of his words. Did you find that they conflicted with the news I posted?
1. Trump has North Korea under control.
2. They’ve gone into Armenia and will use it as a jumping off place for a war with Iran.
3. Trump respects Andrew Jackson because he was against the Federal Reserve and the Central Banking System, and Trump also plans to take down the Central Banking System. (Do I remember correctly that the statement was also made that he is working with China to do this?)
4. The Deep State is very worried, and perhaps we can expect a false flag takedown of the internet, which will be blamed on Russia in order to start a war.
If those of you who listened heard these same things, and in view of the other news I shares with you, please, what do you make of these statements? ~Jean
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Oracle Report, Tuesday, April 24, 2018 . . . WOWOWOW!!!
Today is 4 Dog in the Mayan Calendar, and I am charged with delivering a message “Rin Tin Tin” -style.
We are headed into an astrological (energetic) clash of the titans, Mars and Pluto. Mars and Pluto will make exact conjunction on Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 am ET/11:00 am UT. The conjunction is more like a collision, however, because Mars is racing toward Pluto (Mars is discharging 21 Capricorn – “a relay race”) and Pluto has just stationed retrograde, headed backward from 22 Capricorn, “a general accepts defeat gracefully.” So it is more of a collision than a conjunction.
The Black Moon is empowering the collision, at Mars’ back (“six,” really).
Overall, this is a wonderful thing for the collective of humanity!
Individually, the exceptionally intensive energetics are causing dramatic events and dramatic changes (as expected with Uranus conjunct the New Moon in Aries on April 15; recall that the “combination” for the month was established then).
The physical body is taking the brunt of not only the Mars-Pluto (and technically the Black Moon, too) conjunction that is in process, but today Venus will move from Taurus into Gemini, the Moon will move from Leo into Virgo, and Mars will make exact square with the Eris Point. Chiron has just recently moved into Aries. This is A LOT.
Our cardio-pulmonary (heart and lungs, i.e. love and life) systems are particularly affected. Today the Sun is discharging “a widow at an open grave,” and the Earth is discharging “a massive rocky shore resists the pounding of the sea.”
Rarely do I receive exact words from the Mahavidyas to report in the daily report, but today I did, and here they are:
Forgive yourself for whatever is weighing on your heart. Forgive others for the pain they have caused. Apologize to the higher self of others for pain you have caused. Resist the pounding of the past and its guilt and shame. Regain the lost opportunity of yourself.
It is interesting that they are emphatic with this specific report, what they are saying, and that they are saying it now. The Mahavidyas are the aspects of the aeon Sophia, Wisdom, and they do things according to thought-out scenarios. They prepare us. Here is my suspicion about this, based on my history with them: We are ripe for a large-scale false flag against humanity. On Thursday, as Mars-Pluto are making exact conjunction at “a general accepts defeat gracefully,” the Sun will be discharging “a woman of Samaria comes to draw water from the well.” This energetic means “pay back time.”
The aggressive, warlike attributes of the Black Moon, Mars, and Pluto, in collision, will ripple.
The highest octave of the Black Moon, Mars, and Pluto, in union, brings victory for renaissance and rebirth.
Thursday will be 6 Road in the tzolkin. 6 Road is “The Road of Transformation” (aka “The Road of Death” – of the “new world order” – we have already won and are now playing it out).
All of this is in-process now and has been for several days. You are most likely feeling it in some way (and your life may be reflecting it!). The intensity of these energetics is rather rare, relatively speaking.
I am going to end this here, without the usual “daily data” (skills, catalysts for change, true alignments, etc.), as the Wisdom Goddesses’ message is all we really need. The only thing I would be remiss in counting is the importance of SLOWING DOWN to moderate the effects and remembering that we are in the beginning of REGAINING a lost opportunity – the world we want.
Stand strong, wise owls!
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[…] Events that signal vast, epochal changes in the world often appear minor when viewed in isolation. Julius Caesar’s crossing of the Rubicon was just one river crossing; Soviet and American troops meeting and fraternizing at the Elbe was, relatively speaking, a minor event – nowhere near the scale of the siege of Leningrad, the battle of Stalingrad or the fall of Berlin. Yet they signaled a tectonic shift in the historical landscape. And perhaps we have just witnessed something similar with the recent pathetically tiny Battle of East Gouta in Syria, where the US used a make-believe chemical weapons incident as a pretense to launch an equally make-believe attack on some airfields and buildings in Syria. The US foreign policy establishment wanted to show that it still matters and has a role to play, but what really happened was that US naval and air power were demonstrated to be almost entirely beside the point.
Of course, all of this is terrible news to the US military and foreign policy establishments, as well as to the many US Congressmen in whose districts military contractors operate or military bases are situated. Obviously, this is also bad news for the defense contractors, for personnel at the military bases, and for many others as well. It is also simply awful news economically, since defense spending is about the only effective means of economic stimulus of which the US government is politically capable. Obama’s “shovel-ready jobs,” if you recall, did nothing to forestall the dramatic slide in the labor participation rate, which is a euphemism for the inverse of the real unemployment rate. There is also the wonderful plan to throw lots of money at Elon Musk’s SpaceX (while continuing to buy vitally important rocket engines from the Russians – who are currently discussing blocking their export to the US in retaliation for more US sanctions). In short, take away the defense stimulus, and the US economy will make a loud popping sound followed by a gradually diminishing hissing noise.
Needless to say, all those involved will do their best to deny or hide for as long as possible the fact that the US foreign policy and defense establishments have now been neutralized. My prediction is that America’s naval and air empire will not fail because it will be defeated militarily, nor will it be dismantled once the news sinks in that it is useless; instead, it will be forced to curtail its operations due to lack of funds. There may still be a few loud bangs before it gives up, but mostly what we will hear is a whole lot of whimpering. That’s how the USSR went; that’s how the USA will go too. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
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Increasingly it appears that the recent US coalition missile strikes on Syria have utterly backfired: instead of weakening Syria or degrading its military capabilities, the attack may have actually served to strengthen Syria’s defenses.
Since the massive strike which involved the US, UK, and France launching over 100 cruise missiles, Russia is rumored to be moving forward on delivery of its advanced S-300 missile defense system, which would be a monumental upgrade allowing Syrian defenses to far surpass current capabilities which utilize the Soviet-made S-125 and S-200 air defense systems.
Crucially, S-300s have a range of up to 150-200 kilometers (or 120 miles), bringing Syrian deterrent reach easily to within Lebanese airspace (as Israel has routinely struck targets inside Syria while firing over “neutral” Lebanese airspace in recent years), and could even extend airspace coverage into Israel itself.
Could this be the reason for some major behind-the-scenes diplomatic scrambling?
On Monday VOA News chief White House correspondent Steve Herman announced that US CENTCOM commander General Joseph Votel is in the midst of “a secret and unprecedented visit to Israel.”
Knowledge of the “secret” visit was based on exclusive footage broadcast by Israel’s Kann News, which first reported, “the commander of the American Central Command arrived for the first time to Israel, and met with senior security officials, including the Chief of Staff.”
— Steve Herman (@W7VOA) April 23, 2018
No doubt the potential for what weapons experts have commonly described as the “exceptionally advanced” Russian-supplied S-300 in Israel’s backyard is making Tel Aviv and its allies nervous. Israel has repeatedly called delivery of the S-300s a “red line” for which it would act, however, plans for just such a scenario could be hastening.
Early Monday morning Israel’s Channel 10 senior diplomatic correspondent broke the following, subsequently confirmed in the Times of Israel and Reuters:
Russian newspaper Kommersant reports that Russia might deliver S-300 anti aircraft missiles to Syria in the very near future in order to defend Damascus & Strategic Syrian army bases from Israel & U.S. airstrikes.
Kommersant reported Russia will give the S-300 missiles to Syria for free from Russian army supplies as part of its military assistance to Syria. This way the delivery could be done very quickly.
Russian military sources said parts of the S-300 will be delivered soon to Syria via cargo planes or Russian navy ships. Until Syrian officers will be trained to operate the system it will be operated by Russian military experts in coordination with the Syrian army.
According to Kommersant Russia believes that delivering the system will stabilize the situation in Syria and deter Israel and the U.S. from continuing its airstrikes in Syria. Russian sources said that if Israel attacks the missiles the results would be catastrophic.
1 \ Russian newspaper Kommersant reports that Russia might deliver S-300 anti aircraft missiles to Syria in the very near future in order to defend Damascus & Strategic Syrian army bases from Israel & U.S. airstrikes
— Barak Ravid (@BarakRavid) April 23, 2018
Though still being hotly debated and contested among analysts, Syria’s over 30-year old current deterrent system appears to have performed well, likely stunning the West and neighboring Israel (which itself played a part in the coalition attack) as it reportedly shot down 71 of the 103 cruise missiles, according to official Russian and Syrian government sources.
As we previously described, Pentagon officials have vehemently denied that their “nice and new and smart” cruise missiles were actually shot down, and Russia now further claims to be in possession of at least two non-detonated coalition missiles. Most Western media reports continue to assert that Syrian missile defense failed to shoot down a single inbound missile. Notably, the Pentagon has been careful in all statements to say Russia’s S-300 system (currently present aboard Russian battleships in the Mediterranean) did not engage.
However, there are other possibilities that the coalition’s missiles simply failed in reaching their targets in some instances without intercept by Syrian defenses, or even that advanced Russian air defense Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) may have been in play.
But one doesn’t need to take the Russian Defense Ministry’s word for it. It is entirely possible and even likely that Russian intercept claims are inflated, yet that there were a number of intercepts that night was also reported by several important outside sources, including by Syrian pro-rebel media, foremost being the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), which has for years been a chief go-to source for all mainstream reporting on Syria (though ironically when SOHR contradicts the mainstream media, such as in this case, its numbers are ignored).
SOHR reported, based on “several intersected sources” on the ground, that “the number of missiles that were downed exceeded 65.” That anti-Assad/anti-Russia pro-rebel SOHR is saying this is hugely significant, and is consistent with Russia’s claim.
But all of this will perhaps quickly become a moot point if Russia does indeed deliver the S-300 system to Syria after warning immediately on the heels of the US-led strike, that there would be consequences.
On the very morning after the US strike took place, Russia’s first deputy chief of staff, Sergei Rudskoi, said Russia would “reconsider” whether to supply the air defenses to Assad – an issue previously thought dead as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had reportedly successfully lobbied President Putin against the possibility in 2013.
Netanyahu was quoted at the time as saying of the S-300 system, “We’ll destroy your missiles if you deliver them to Assad” – a warning which has recently been repeated in the form of an Israeli “red line”. However, Russian military sources have this week been quoted in the Times of Israel as saying: if Israel tried to destroy the anti-aircraft batteries—as analysts have indicated Israel likely would—it would be “catastrophic for all sides.”
But on Monday, Reuters reported that no decision had been made on S-300 delivery to Syria, citing Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who said, “We’ll have to wait to see what specific decisions the Russian leadership and representatives of Syria will take.” Lavrov added, “There is probably no secret about this and it can all be announced (if a decision is taken).”
However, given Israel’s past history of “strike first” in Syria and negotiate later, we could witness missiles flying before any official announcement takes place.
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Rounding on Russia: G7 foreign ministers support UK’s presumption of Russian guilt in Skripal case . . . making the case for a false flag?
G7 foreign ministers have sided with the UK in assigning blame for the Salisbury poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal to Russia. The ministers “share and agree” on the assessment that Moscow was “highly likely” behind the attack.
“We share, and agree with, the UK’s assessment that it is highly likely that the Russian Federation was responsible for the attack, and that there is no plausible alternative explanation,” the foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US, the UK itself as well as the High Representative of the European Union, declared in a joint statement issued in the wake of their meeting in Toronto on Monday.
They doubled down on the allegations voiced by London that former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent“of a type developed by Russia,” accusing it of running a “Novichok program” that it allegedly failed to declare, in breach of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC).
. . . at the same time, we have this article from Thierry Meyssan
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A former US Senate candidate said the Israeli-Saudi alliance has its “fingerprints all over illegal and criminal activities” in Syria.
Dankof: I do not believe that Vladimir Putin will stand by and allow the United States and its Israeli and Saudi allies to contravene the successful results of the Russian intervention on behalf of the sovereign government of Syria. I do not believe that he will stand by and watch an illegal and criminal American and Israeli military assault on Iran. He recognizes that to do so would be to signal his own unwillingness to defend Russian borders and Russian territory from the very real possibility of the NATO and American military buildup on his doorstep being used in an actual future invasion of his own country. Therefore, if the United States, France, and Britain continue to break international law with these actions in Syria, some response on his part will be inevitable. I recall that one of his government spokesmen said after the Trump strikes that “There will be consequences. We have a pre-arranged scenario in place.” The Russian spokesman most pointedly did not spell out what that “pre-arranged scenario” entailed. Let us pray that Trump, his simian advisors, and his Israeli-Saudi allies are not reckless enough to risk finding out what that “pre-arranged scenario” is all about. But rest assured, the Russians, the Iranians, and the Chinese know what it is, and lie in wait. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
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The nominal U.S. President, Donald Trump, will meet with the two main European leaders next week with the goal of pushing the President off his position to end the Iran Nuclear Deal, or JCPOA. But it is the bigger issues of energy security that will be the real focus.
From soy-boy Emmanuel Macron of France to the Gelded One of Germany, Angela Merkel, putting the European Union back in its place is one of the few things that Trump may still be able to affect the trajectory of when it comes to foreign policy.
He has no control over Syria, having ceded his authority to the neoconservative crazies who have been wrong about everything since the fall of the Soviet Union. I also don’t think he has much control over negotiations with North Korea.
While everyone on the right keeps talking about how he keeps winning, after the disaster of his strikes on Syria, why would anyone take him seriously during Korean demilitarization talks?
Does anyone think now Donald Trump has the leeway to negotiate an end to the Korean War and make those terms stick?
And if you do, do you think Xi or Putin or Kim himself do? . . . Click article title to continue reading.
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Upwards of 50 killed in Saudi-led air strikes on Yemeni wedding . . . and the US remains silent. . .
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When 9 legislators out of 105 lead an increasingly violent movement to topple an elected government via what ultimately ended up becoming a low-intensity “military coup”, it’s usually a worrying sign that dictatorship and not democracy is right around the corner.
The ArmenianColor Revolutionwas a success, and hyper-nationalist politician and small-time oligarch Nikol Pashinyan was able to pressure former President and now former Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan to resign from his position despite the latter’sinsistencejust yesterday morning that “the political force, which garnered 7-8% in the election, has no right to talk on behalf of the people” and “blackmail the state”. The end to his government came swiftly after his newfound EU allies betrayed him by demandingthat the police release Pashinyan and the other arrested provocateurs (which might have included two suspected bombers), which Sargsyan promptly complied with earlier today. This coincided with hundreds of troopsrushing out of their barracks and joining the “protesters”, prompting the patriotic representatives of the military tovow harsh legal punishmentagainst all of the deserters.
Unfortunately for the constitutional order of the state, the now-former Prime Minister followed in his Ukrainian counterpart Yanukovich’s footsteps and refused to use force to resolve this Hybrid War crisis, choosing to resign instead of carry out the legal duty that was entrusted to him by his countrymen in restoring order to the streets. At this point, it’s unknown whether the conspiring troops were let out of their bases by some of their commanding officers who may have sympathized with theCalifornian diaspora–backedColor Revolution or if they disobeyed their superiors en mass and stormed out into the streets after overpowering the guards (some of whom may have also joined in), but whatever the case may be, this incident demonstrates a serious fracture within the armed forces that will surely continue to be exploited. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
. . . on the other hand — this just in . . .
Where does Armenia go from here?
The nominal leader of the protests is Nikol Pashinyan, an individual with a shady past who is a protege of Armenia’s former President Levon Ter-Petrosyan. He is now calling for fresh elections and he may get his wish. Whether he or his pro-Western party does well in those elections – in the 2017 parliamentary elections it only won 8% of the vote – remains to be seen.
Ultimately however Armenia’s position makes a fundamental geopolitical realignment unlikely.
Armenia is hard-pressed by strong and potentially hostile neighbours – Turkey and Azerbaijan – who are effectively in alliance with each other against it. Moreover it is in a state of undeclared war with Azerbaijan over the disputed Armenian populated territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Though Russia has been working hard and with some success in recent years to improve its own relations with both Turkey and Azerbaijan, ultimately Armenia depends on Russia to guarantee its security.
Armenians – politically speaking a sophisticated people who have traditionally looked to Russia as their friend and protector – understand all this very well.
That makes it unlikely that political leaders and parties such as Pashinyan’s which want to distance Armenia from Russia will gain much traction in Armenia over the long term. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
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Trump is proposing to classify Native Americans as ‘race’ not Nations . . . I wonder if the general public will be fully informed about this attempt.
. . . “The United States has a legal responsibility to provide health care to Native Americans,” Mary Smith, who was acting head of the Indian Health Service during the Obama administration and is a member of the Cherokee Nation, told Politico. “It’s the largest prepaid health system in the world – they’ve paid through land and massacres – and now you’re going to take away health care and add a work requirement?”
The new policy on Medicaid work requirements “does not honor the duty of the federal government to uphold the government-to-government relationship and recognize the political status enshrined in the Constitution, treaties, federal statutes, and other federal laws,” Jacqueline Pata, executive director of the National Congress of American Indians, told the Indian Country Media Network. “Our political relationship is not based upon race.” . . . Click article title to continue reading.
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Now, having read the above hopefully accurate information, if you have time please check these videos for their own accuracy. Although our host seems to be sincere, I’m left mostly confused by him. Whatever he says, however, I think somehow he is trying to put a positive view on Trump’s present situation, and I can’t decide if Q is also doing this, or not. This is one reason I think we must study carefully before we decide — if we even can — about the accuracy of what we are being told. ~J
Below – starts at about 10:00-minute mark.