TAIWAN INVADED and CONQUERED BY CHINA
Catastrophic Destruction to US Battleships and Aircraft Carriers
US warships will come to the aid of Taipei, but will be no match against Beijing's anti-ship missiles, swarms of fighter jets, and submarine fleets. Even the huge aircraft carriers will be extinguished like a snuffed match by tactical nuclear missiles. It will be horrible to see. Likewise, any other naval vessels from allied nations that attempt to accompany the US fleet like Australia or Japan will be totally destroyed. No more than two Chinese battleships will be damaged; one totally destroyed and the other only partially.
Russia, still an ally of China, will react with contempt and horror at this wanton destruction and conquest. The alliance will quickly grow cold and Russia will begin to guard with greater concern the frontiers and borders it shares with China, even some of the former Soviet states adjacent to it, especially since a recent skirmish on a border region. What seemed a minor event will now loom large to those in the Kremlin in the aftermath of China's ruthless display of power and arrogance.
By March 2025, Russia will declare war on China and a protracted conflict will begin that will continue until 2037.
Hong Kong/Taipei, Taiwan (CNN) Taiwan's Defense Minister, former general Chiu Kuo-cheng, stood in front of the island's legislature last week and made a dire prediction -- by 2025, China will be able to mount a "full-scale" invasion of Taiwan. The dramatic statement came after China sent its highest number of warplanes yet into the skies above waters southwest of the island.
China could be ready to mount a 'full-scale' invasion of Taiwan by 2025, island's defense minister says
(CNN) China could be capable of mounting a "full-scale" invasion of Taiwan by 2025, the island's defense minister said Wednesday -- days after record numbers of Chinese warplanes flew into Taiwan's air defense zone. "With regards to staging an attack on Taiwan, they currently have the ability. But [China] has to pay the price," Chiu Kuo-cheng, the defense minister, told Taiwanese journalists on Wednesday. But he said that by 2025, that price will be lower -- and China will be able to mount a "full-scale" invasion.
TAIPEI—Taiwan’s military is facing its most dire challenge from China in decades, the island’s defense minister said, reflecting a surge in tensions after a flurry of Chinese military sorties in the region sparked expressions of concern from the U.S. China’s People’s Liberation Army would be able to launch a full-blown attack on Taiwan with minimal losses by 2025, the defense minister, Chiu Kuo-cheng, also warned.
ANTIPOPE and THE GREAT SCHISM
Sept mois sans plus obtiendra prelature, par son deces grand schisme sera naistre:
Sept mois tiendra un autre la preture, pres de Venise paix union renaistre.
Seven months, no longer, will he obtain the papacy, through his death a great schism will arise:
For seven months another acts as pastor, near Venice, peace and union are reborn.
Some antipopes were popes that resigned or were forced to resign and yet were still recognized after another pope was elected. The current situation with Benedict and Francis is not unique, but it has been a very long time. Some were elected but the election was later determined to be invalid. During a schism or other unstable state of affairs a pope can be installed or appointed by special interest groups or powerful families, often illegally.
What makes this prophecy of interest is that it has been a very long time since an antipope has reigned: not since Amadeus VIII, Duke of Savoy (Antipope Felix V) resigned in April 1449.
According to Quatrain 5.46 (below) The reign of the antipope will be marked by a new schism and he will have been assigned or appointed illegally. He will be born near Rome and may also be partly Greek. The legitimacy of his papacy will come under attack ("great sophism") by a group of cardinals at a time of friction between Italy and Albania. By this time Greece and Turkey will be at war and Albania will likely be allied with the Turks since in another quatrain Albania invades Macedonia and Greece.
Par chapeaux rouges querelles & nouveaux schismes,
Quand on aura esleu le Sabinois:
On produira contre lui grans sophismes,
Et sera Rome lesse par Albanois.
By red hats & quarrels, new schisms
When the Sabine has been assigned:
They will produce great sophism against him,
And Rome will be wounded by the Albanians.
Fortunately the schism will end after seven months because Nostradamus says "peace and union are reborn."
First Israeli-Iranian War: Ground Invasion of Syria, Air Strikes on Iran
Escalation of Israeli's "War Between Wars" Leads to Total War
Because Lebanon is in dire economic straits, it has avoided being pulled directly into Israel's conflict. It is believed Hezbollah punished the Beirut government by igniting explosives in a downtown warehouse that created two explosions, one many thought to be nuclear due to its appearance, destroying large parts of the city. The depressed state of the country has also kept it from falling into another civil war.
It has to be kept in mind when analyzing this coming base 7 vector that the Israeli war in Lebanon in 1982 was a conflict within a civil war that had started in 1978. Lebanon is not currently in a civil war so we would not expect a repeat of what happened in 1982 again in 2024.
Israel's conflict with Iran will be attacks from the air and at sea mostly, although it is possible Israeli ground forces will be deployed in the UAE or Saudi Arabia and direct military engagement with Iran will be launched from those areas. For all intents and purposes this will be similar to a major Arab-Israeli War, but the combatants will instead be Israeli and Iranian. Syria and Gaza (Hamas) will also be involved, but largely in the form of air strikes. Other Arab states will stay on the sidelines.
THE UNITED STATES may join Israel in the ground war against Iran at this time. If it does, the war will continue until February 2026. Otherwise, Israel will withdraw several months later and a ceasefire will be declared.
Israel and Iran are rapidly approaching an inflection point over Tehran’s nuclear program, and what was the atomic equivalent of a controlled clash between the two countries is now devolving into an unconstrained chain reaction.
TEL AVIV, Israel—The ongoing war between Israel and Iran across the Middle East came out of the shadows and into the open long ago. But now, on the back of several suspected Israeli attacks inside Iran itself, the deadly contest threatens to escalate—possibly beyond the region.
A Russian S-300 air defense system fired at Israeli Air Force jets as they returned from an air operation in Syria, The Times of Israel reported, citing Channel 13. The aircraft returned unscathed as the system’s radar couldn’t lock in on the jets. The unprecedented incident took place on Friday night near the northwestern Syrian city of Masyaf in retaliation for the Israeli air operation, which resulted in five dead and seven injured, the outlet wrote, citing a Syrian state news agency.
TEL AVIV: The Israeli Air Force may change its mode of operation when striking Iranian-related targets in Syria following a recent incident where Russia fired a missile from an S-300 air defense system at Israeli jets — a move that a senior Israeli defense source described as a “very strange and worrying” act by Russian forces. The incident, which occurred on May 13 and was first reported by Israel’s Ch13, happened following a strike into Syria, when Israeli planes were on a return flight home. While it is unclear what jets were used in the operation, Israeli F-15s, F-16s and F-35s have all been used previously for strikes into Syria.
Russian forces may have opened fire at Israel's jets in Syria, according to a report. The alleged attack is believed to have taken place in Syria on Friday last week, according to Israel's Channel 13 news. Newsweek has not been able to independently verify whether the attack did take place and whether it was the act of Russian forces.
Russian air defense battery responded to Israeli attack on Friday, launching several missiles. Russia for the first time fired at Israeli planes in Syria, Channel 13 reported on Monday, citing "foreign publications." After hundreds of alleged aerial attacks on targets in Syria by Israeli forces, an air defense battery operated by the Russian military on Friday responded to a wave of Israel Air Force planes attacking targets in the western part of the country.
Israeli airstrikes against Syria meant to provoke Moscow to respond, Russian ambassador to Damascus says
Russian Ambassador to Syria Alexander Efimov has roundly denounced Israeli airstrikes against various targets in Syria, arguing that the aerial assaults are aimed at “provoking” Moscow to react and respond to the incessant acts of aggression against the war-ravaged Arab country. Efimov noted that Israeli strikes aim to “escalate tensions and allow the West to carry out military activities in Syria.”
Antifa, BLM, Woke Extremists Seize the Government; Progressives Overthrown
They will also unleash a bloody Reign of Terror during which suspected enemies of the state are guillotined by the tens of thousands over the course of the summer and autumn. By summer of 2025, nearly 2 million US citizens will have been put to death and an unknown number thrown into prison.
Ibram X. Kendi Assassinated by Former Female BLM Member
Kendi will be at home one warm evening in July 2024, possibly relaxing with a book. He won't hear her enter. He won't hear the shot either, unless it is a knife that stabs.
A Monster Born, Flooding in Mumbai,
War Between Turkey and Iran Begins
By two heads, with three separate arms, the great city by water will be vexed:
Great ones among them wandering through exile, by the Persian head is Byzantium strongly pressed.
With fire and armaments, not far from the Black Sea, he will come from Iran to occupy Trabzon [NE Turkey]:
Pharos [Egypt] and Mytilene [Greece] tremble, the Sun is joyful, Arabian blood covers the Adriatic Sea.
The last precedent for such a war is an old one: the Ottoman-Persia War of 1821 - 1823. That was the last time. Despite scouring the Internet to find out WHEN (WHAT EXACT MONTH) in 1821 hostilities began is useless ... the information is not provided in any historical resource. Only the years 1821 - 1823. When reading of the progress of the conflict in a few sources it is stated that it began when the Ottoman war with Greece ended. Yet another source suggested a first Ottoman offensive against Persia may have began in "late 1820". If true that, of course, puts the starting year at 1820 and not 1821 or suggests that the war began early in 1821 (January, February or March).
The most likely base 7 target year, given other related predicted events and actual current events, is 2024. We can surmise Turkey and Iran will go to war in early 2024, but it could be any time during the year. 1996 also is aligned with 1821, and August 1996 was the start of the largest Kurdish insurgency in modern times. It was a proxy conflict, but it was one that almost led to direct confrontation between Iran and Turkey. Thus, the month and year may be August 2024. Of course, base 7 is only correct to the month or within a few months of the month part of the time.
This will be a long war, one that will last for thirteen years (2024-2037).
It's beginning may be quite possibly mired down largely on the borders of Iran, Turkey, and northern Iraq. It may even begin as yet another proxy Kurd conflict. There is very little information.
According to Quatrain 5.86 it appears that Erdogan or a successor is being "hard pressed" (pressured) by the leader of Iran over some matter, not even necessarily war between the two countries but a mutual endeavor against the Kurds or else a renewed war between Armenia and Azerbaijan. In other words this could be joint cooperation or else proxy war stuff. The large city that is flooded is either Istanbul or Mumbai (see below).
However, there are not a number of "great" exiled leaders wandering about Turkey, India, or even throughout the world. Not yet. Maybe by 2024 ... or maybe not until much later.
One event we are alerted to await is the birth of a baby with "two heads and three separate arms." Such a child was born in India on November 23, 2019. That occurred first, but we await the flooding of either Istanbul or Mumbai and the great exiles.
If the city is Mumbai (as the baby was born in India), then the worst Mumbai floodings in 50 years, one of July 2005, the other in August 2017, would set a precedent for a future flood there in either August 2024 or July 2026. Once again, 2019 and 2024 and even 2019 and 2026 is reasonably contemporaneous from the viewpoint of one observing in 1555.
Clearly August 2024 matches the vector for war between Turkey and Iran.
But at this time there is no clue as to why or where the "great ones" will wander about in exile three years from now.
According to Nostradamus, once war is waged, Iran will eventually be victorious over Turkey. At the very least, Iran will conquer and occupy northeastern Turkey. And once it has conquered the western part of Turkey it will turn to invade Macedonia.
Thus, Quatrains 5.27 above (and another: Quatrain 2.96) mark the final stage of the war.
We will continue with this on 2033 Predictions.
Driven apart by clashing regional interests, Turkey and Iran appear headed for a face-off in Syria, with Tehran explicitly opposing Ankara’s plan for a fresh military operation against Kurdish-held areas, wary of risks to its own posture in the region. Iran has been trying to dissuade Turkey from a fresh intervention in Syria while making military preparations on the ground to protect its interests amid a growing rift between the two neighbors.
After Iran’s military deployment on its border with Azerbaijan, the two allies, Baku and Ankara, are conducting joint military drills in the Nakhchivan province of the Turkic state, sending signals to Tehran. Across Caucasia, where several conflict zones exist, tensions have continued to escalate between Azerbaijan and Iran, the two Shia-majority countries.
Turkey will hold joint military drills with Azerbaijan this week in a region bordering Iran after Baku’s government criticized Tehran for staging army exercises near its border. “The Steadfast Brotherhood-2021 drill will take place with the participation of Turkey and Azerbaijan in Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan between 5-8 October,” a spokeswoman for Turkey’s Ministry of Defense said on Sunday.
Tehran, Iran – Iran’s military has launched a large military drill near the country’s border with Azerbaijan, in a show of force amid tensions with its neighbouring country partly linked to the latter’s close ties with Israel. State television on Friday showed footage of tanks, helicopters, artillery and soldiers being deployed in an unspecified area in northwestern Iran. It came after Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps deployed equipment and troops near the border area last month, shortly after Azerbaijan, Turkey and Pakistan conducted a military drill in Baku.
Since the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War, tensions between Iran and the emerging Turkey-Azerbaijan-Pakistan Axis have significantly escalated. It is now glaringly obvious that Iran grossly miscalculated the new reality that would emerge with Azerbaijan capturing Armenian-held territories in the South Caucasus. A major motivating factor of Azerbaijan’s insistence on controlling Nagorno-Karabakh is the Greater Pan-Turkic project, where Turkey sees itself as the domineering center of a sphere of influence stretching from Istanbul to Western China.
Iran has referred to the "illegality of Turkey's military presence in the Caspian Sea" following submarine attack and defence group military exercises jointly conducted by Azerbaijani and Turkish special forces that ended on September 12. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Said Khatibzadeh said: "According to the Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea, with the exception of its five littoral states, in line with a prohibition, no foreign state should have armed forces here. Turkey's military Caspian Sea presence is illegal. We are investigating the matter through the Foreign Ministry."
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) forces on May 11 killed seven militants and dismantled their cell in the country's northwest near the border with Turkey, Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency reported. Two members of the IRGC were also reportedly killed in the shoot-out.
Over the past several weeks, Iraq has become a major point of friction between Iran and Turkey. On February 27, Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi criticized Turkey’s military intervention in Iraq, calling on Ankara to withdraw its troops from Iraq. “We do not accept at all, be it Turkey or any other country, to intervene in Iraq militarily or advance or have a military presence in Iraq,” Masjedi said in an interview with Kurdish outlet Rudaw.
The Iranian-backed Asaib Ahl al-Haq militia last week threatened to take up arms against Turkey in the case of a possible operation by Ankara to eliminate PKK terrorists in Iraq’s northern Sinjar region.
ISTANBUL - Turkish-Iranian tensions are rising over Turkey's ongoing military operations against Kurdish militants in northern Iraq. The regional rivals are engaged in increasingly bitter diplomatic sparring as Ankara threatens to expand its Iraqi operations to a strategically important region used by an Iranian-backed militia.
Danger of Car Crash for Former Actress or Athlete, Now Royalty
Others include former actress Emma McQuiston who married Britain's Ceawlin Thynne, Viscount of Weymouth, actress Jamie Lee Curtis who is also Lady Haden-Guest, wife of Baron Christopher Haden-Guest, and former Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock who became Princess of Monaco when she married Albert II, Prince of Monaco, in 2011. Although Wittstock is not an actress, she has still made a similar transition as did Grace Kelly ... to the very same station as Princess of Monaco.
Princess Grace died from injuries sustained in a car crash in September 1982.
Driving down a steep mountain road and making a sharp right turn her front brakes gave out. This is what her daughter, Princess Stephanie, heard her say aloud in a startled voice: "I can`t stop. The brakes don`t work. I can`t stop." Stephanie was badly injured in the wreck and in hospital during the funeral of Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco.
Any of the women listed above will be in potential danger of a possibly fatal auto accident in September 2024 on or near the 42nd anniversary of Grace Kelly's death.
Due to her being a blonde and holding the same title, like Grace Kelly, Charlene Wittstock may be in greatest danger followed by Meghan Markle who is currently the most famous of this special group among royalty. Like the late Princess Grace, their great fame precedes them, unlike Emma McQuiston, and unlike the not widely known royal status of Jamie Lee Curtis.
Princess Grace and Princess Diana were the greatest tragedies of a female royal in the 20th Century.
Princess Charlene has been suffering from health issues after a medical emergency left her separated from her husband and young children for months on end in 2021. Speculation has been rife about the princess’ health and when she will return to frontline royal life, with her family having recently marked a huge event in Monaco when she was seen in public for the last time.
Charlene, 44, has been receiving treatment for extreme fatigue at a facility outside Monaco since November. The former Olympic swimmer was admitted into medical care soon after she returned to the principality from South Africa. During her six-month stay in her home country, she collapsed and was rushed to hospital in Durban. She earlier suffered an ear nose and throat infection, meaning initially she was not able to fly.
Princess Charlene of Monaco’s recovery, dental treatment ‘will still take several weeks,’ palace says
Princess Charlene of Monaco was in South Africa for several months to address an infection that developed following ENT surgery. "The convalescence of H.S.H. Princess Charlene is currently continuing in a very satisfying and encouraging way," read a translation of the palace’s statement in French sent to Fox News on Thursday.
Princess Charlene of Monaco has broken her silence after being admitted to a treatment facility while suffering from 'emotional and physical exhaustion' to wish her twins a happy birthday. Speaking to the publication, a source described as the royal's friend said: 'It is unfair that she is being portrayed as having some kind of mental or emotional issue. 'We don't know why the palace is downplaying that she almost died in South Africa.'.
Princess Charlene of Monaco was in South Africa for several months to address an infection that developed following ENT surgery. The mother of twins developed ear, nose and throat complications from a previous medical procedure. She was grounded in South Africa for the last six months away from her family as she underwent several corrective surgeries.
Real-life princesses don’t always get a fairy-tale ending. But in Monaco, tragedy has a tendency to repeat itself. Now some say that the troubles of Monaco’s Princess Charlene — who returned to Monaco in November after months in South Africa, only to leave again within days for a treatment center — eerily echo those of her late mother-in-law, the former Hollywood star Grace Kelly.
Princess Charlene Of Monaco 'Almost Died' Prior To Entering Treatment Facility Following Husband Prince Albert's Intervention
Princess Charlene of Monaco apparently "almost died" of bizarre post-surgery complications, which preceded her recent admission to a treatment facility following an intervention led by her husband, Prince Albert. Sources close to the royal family feel Albert, 63, is underplaying the seriousness of his 43-year-old wife's condition and making statements so general that they've led to misleading insinuations.
Monaco's Princess Charlene will rest for several weeks and avoid public duties, including the principality's national day celebrations, while she recovers from ill health, the Monaco royal palace said on Tuesday. The palace said Charlene, a former Olympian, would convalesce in a secret location and that she would only resume her public duties once her health allowed it.