More Seismic Shakes Before the Sixth Seal: Revelation 6

This map shows the location of the epicenter for the last two earthquakes to shake South Carolina. Image: USGS

This map shows the location of the epicenter for the last two earthquakes to shake South Carolina. Image: USGS

South Carolina Remains Seismically Active; More Earthquakes Shake the State


More than 20 earthquakes have struck seismically active South Carolina since December and another pair struck within the last 48 hours.  According to the USGS and the South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD), a 2.1 magnitude earthquake struck near Lugoff on Sunday at 2:27pm.  At 4:05 am yesterday, a weak 0.9 magnitude earthquake struck near Dorchester County. That quake is the second to strike the Lowcountry this year; the first happened on January 9, when a 1.4 magnitude event unfolded.

According to the South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD), there are approximately 10-15 earthquakes every year in South Carolina, with most not felt by residents; on average, only 3-5 are felt each year. Most of South Carolina’s earthquakes are located in the Middleton Place-Summerville Seismic Zone. The two most significant historical earthquakes to occur in South Carolina were the 1886 Charleston-Summerville earthquake and the 1913 Union County earthquake. The 1886 earthquake in Charleston was the most damaging earthquake to ever occur in the eastern United States; it was also the most destructive earthquake in the U.S. during the 19th century.

No one is sure what’ll become of this steady stream of light earthquakes or whether or not something larger is looming. For now, the SCEMD has been sending out Tweets to the people of South Carolina encouraging them to be prepared for any disaster this year –earthquakes included.

Russian Nukes Must Be Considered a Possibility

Putin Using Nuclear Weapons a Possibility U.S. Must Consider: Mullen


Retired Admiral Mike Mullen said Sunday that the United States must consider the possibility that Russian President Vladimir Putin will launch a nuclear strike as the war in Ukraine continues.

“It’s very difficult to know what Putin is thinking at any particular time. He’s obviously spoken to this. I think we need to make sure that we consider it as a possibility,” Mullen told host Martha Raddatz during an interview on ABC’s This Week.

Nuclear weapons “are a part of Putin’s arsenal [and] he’s pretty well cornered and boxed in,” he said, adding that they’re “the most devastating weapons ever created on Earth.”

Mullen, who also served as the Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair under former President Barack Obama, noted that such weapons were “devastating” when they were deployed in the 1940s and efforts should be made to “make sure that they don’t get used.”

Earlier this month, the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov told Newsweek that NATO is not taking the nuclear war threat seriously.

Although Putin hasn’t explicitly said that Russia will launch a nuclear attack, several high-ranking Western officials have warned that it’s necessary to be prepared for any possible strike.

Russia using nuclear weapons is a possibility
Russian President Vladimir Putin using nuclear weapons in the Ukraine war is a possibility the U.S. must consider, Retired Admiral Mike Mullen said Sunday. Above, Putin is seen during the Summit of Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) on May 16 in Moscow, Russia.PHOTO BY CONTRIBUTOR/GETTY IMAGES

On Saturday, Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah noted that given Putin’s “illogical” actions, it is important to be ready to face any potential nuclear attacks.

“By invading Ukraine, Mr. Putin has already proved that he is capable of illogical and self-defeating decisions,” Romney wrote in a New York Times op-ed. “If he loses in Ukraine, he not only will have failed to achieve his life’s ambition to reverse what he sees as the ‘greatest geopolitical catastrophe’ of the 20th century—the collapse of the Soviet Union—but he will also have permanently diminished Russia as a great power and reinvigorated its adversaries.”

Earlier this month, Bob Menendez, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, weighed in on the possibility of Putin deploying weapons of mass destruction on Fox News Sunday. “One of my concerns is that, ironically, the more success that the Ukrainians have, the greater the risk that Putin will do something because he’s losing and has to save face at home. And so the potential of a chemical, biological or tactical nuclear weapon may grow as a result of that.”

Russia’s Nuclear Weapons Doctrine

Russia has a military doctrine that outlines certain conditions in which the country is allowed to use nuclear weapons, according to Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko.

Russia is allowed to use the weapons if the country’s critical government or military sites are attacked by the enemy in a way that would underestimate a nuclear force response actions. The conditions also include when the nation’s enemies are also using those or other weapons that cause mass destruction on Russian territories and/or its allies.

Newsweek reached out to the Russian foreign affairs ministry for comment.

Iran Expands Her Nuclear Horn: Daniel 8

Iranian Navy to Develop Heavy Battlecruisers

Iranian Navy to Develop Heavy Battlecruisers

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Commander of the Iranian Navy Rear Admiral Shahram Irani unveiled plans for the production of heavy battlecruisers and the formation of naval task groups consisting of 11 ships for overseas missions.

In an address to a meeting on the naval missions, held in Tehran on Monday, Rear Admiral Irani highlighted the attention that the Iranian Navy pays to local elites and the employment of capacities of the domestic knowledge-based companies.

He said the production of homegrown heavy battlecruisers has been put on the agenda of the Navy according to a road map outlined by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, the commander-in-chief of the Iranian Armed Forces.

Unveiling plans to boost the operational capabilities of the Navy, the admiral said his forces are going to form a task group with 11 vessels.

The other programs on the agenda include the formation of naval divisions carrying drones, development of reconnaissance vessels and electronic warfare warships, enhancement of battle capabilities, as well as renovation of the battle groups and enhancement of their agility, he added.

Rear Admiral Irani noted that the Iranian Navy’s operational power is not confined to a specific region anymore, as the Iranian servicemen can have access to all high seas in any part of the world.

The Navy has focused its activities on the northern parts of the Indian Ocean, known as the latitude 10 degrees north of the equator, and the Red Sea, the commander said, adding that the Iranian Navy units escort the country’s trade vessels and oil tankers in the Red Sea and the Strait of Hormuz.

In a decree in August 2021, Ayatollah Khamenei appointed Rear Admiral Irani as the Navy chief, stressing the need for “serious and decent efforts to exploit the capacities” of the Navy, the Army and other military forces for “jihadi and revolutionary progress” of the Armed Forces.

China is Helping the Saudi Nuclear Horn: Daniel 7

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China helping Saudi Arabia make ‘similar’ horror weapons that could be used in Ukraine

CHINA is helping Saudi Arabia to develop horrifying weapons “similar” to those being developed by Ukraine right now, an expert has claimed in an interview with


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While fears of nuclear war used to be a distant Cold War memory, panic has returned amid the Russian war waged on Ukraine ever since Vladimir Putin put his atomic forces on “high alert”. But in another part of the world, fears are swirling over the development of horror weapons. Experts have warned that Saudi Arabia might be working on its own nuclear capabilities as concerns grow over a new Iran nuclear deal.

It appears that Riyadh has already been pushing ahead with contingency plans in the event that Iran is allowed to restart its nuclear programme.

And Ludovica Castelli, a nuclear weapons expert from the University of Leicester, told that “China has [already] been assisting Saudi Arabia in developing ballistic missiles”.

Ballistic missiles use projectile motion to deliver warheads of nuclear or conventional capacity to targets at a range of distance away.

Ms Castelli continued: “In 2019, it was reported that a plant was being constructed in Saudi Arabia with Chinese assistance.”

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But she clarified: “In 2019 the plant was identified for the first time but it was only in November 2021 that it was openly assessed that Saudi Arabia was producing ballistic missiles with Chinese assistance. 

China is helping Saudi Arabia develop ballistic missiles (Image: Getty )


China is assisting with the construction of a weapons facility (Image: Getty )

“A report by CNN argued that the US intel community knew about the plant and that Trump allegedly hid it from Congress, which was reported but with no evidence.”

“Then, of course, there were new satellite images suggesting Saudi Arabia could build ballistic missiles at that site, and it is actually operational right now.

“Open sources suggest that Ukraine has probably provided assistance to Saudi Arabia for the production of 300-km range Grom-2 ballistic missiles.  “

And while little is known about what these weapons will be used for, evidence suggests they could be devastating.

Babylon the Great Should Prepare for Nuclear War with Russia

Mullen: U.S. Should Consider Possibility of Russia Using Nuclear Weapon

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Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mike Mullen said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that the U.S. government should consider the possibility of Russian President Vladimir Putin using a nuclear weapon.

Anchor Martha Raddatz said, “Clearly, the U.S. wants Russia and North Korea to remember what the U.S. has in its arsenal. Do you think there’s a possibility that Vladimir Putin would actually use a nuclear weapon, even a small tactical nuclear weapon?”

Mullen said, “It’s very difficult to know what Putin is thinking at any particular time. He’s obviously spoken to this. I think we need to make sure that we consider it as a possibility, both a tactical and, God forbid, the strategic force. We have it there to deter both he and China and others that might get nuclear weapons. I certainly hope that deterrence works.”

He added, “They’re the most devastating weapons ever created on Earth. We should remind that, as the country that’s actually used them in the 1940s, how devastating they are and do everything we possibly can to make sure that they don’t get used. But they are a part of Putin’s arsenal. He’s pretty well cornered and boxed in, so we would certainly to have to consider it’s a possible action he can take.”

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Hamas Threatens Israel Outside the Temple Walls: Revelation 11

Hamas threatens Israel over Flag March, says ‘all capabilities’ on the table

By AARON BOXERMAN22 May 2022, 2:07 pm  

Israelis wave national flags during a Jerusalem Day march, in Jerusalem, May 10, 2021. (Nati Shohat/Flash90)

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh warns Israel in a speech against allowing right-wing Israelis to conduct the annual Jerusalem Day “Flag March” in Jerusalem’s Old City next week, a year after Hamas fired rockets at Jerusalem when the event was last held.

“I want to clearly warn the enemy against committing these crimes and these steps. The Palestinian people, led by the resistance — especially those in the West Bank and Jerusalem — will not permit this Jewish, Talmudic rubbish to go idly by,” says Haniyeh, speaking by video in front of a crowd in Gaza.

“Our decision is clear and unhesitating… We will resist with all our capabilities and we will not allow the violation of the Al-Aqsa Mosque or thuggery in the streets of Jerusalem,” he adds.

The White House is Worried About the Iranian Nuclear Horn: Daniel 7

White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, April 26, 2022. (AP)

White House worried Iran could develop nuclear weapon in weeks

White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, April 26, 2022. (AP)

WASHINGTON: The White House is worried Iran could develop a nuclear weapon in weeks, press secretary Jen Psaki said on Tuesday, after Secretary of State Antony Blinken noted earlier in the day the country has accelerated its nuclear program.
“Yes it definitely worries us,” Psaki said, adding the time needed for Iran to produce a nuclear weapon is down from about a year.
Earlier, Blinken said the US still believes a return to a nuclear deal is the best path with Iran, amid a prolonged standoff in talks.
Facing criticism of the deal during an appearance before Congress, Blinken called the 2015 agreement imperfect but better than the alternatives.
“We continue to believe that getting back into compliance with the agreement would be the best way to address the nuclear challenge posed by Iran and to make sure that an Iran that is already acting with incredible aggression doesn’t have a nuclear weapon,” Blinken told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
“We’ve tested the other proposition, which was pulling out of the agreement, trying to exert more pressure,” he said.
The result, he said, is that the “breakout time” for Iran to develop a nuclear bomb if it so chooses is “down to a matter of weeks” after the deal pushed it beyond a year.
Former president Donald Trump pulled out of the agreement reached under his predecessor Barack Obama and instead imposed sweeping sanctions, including trying to stop other nations from buying Iranian oil.
President Joe Biden’s administration has been engaged in more than a year of indirect talks in Vienna on reviving the agreement, which had promised Iran a relief from sanctions in return for major restrictions on its nuclear work.
Both US and Iranian officials say that most points have been settled. Disputes appear to include Iran’s demand that Biden undo Trump’s designation of the clerical state’s powerful Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization.
(With Reuters and AFP)