The Bear, the Eagle and The Dragon
Posted by keelynet on January 5, 2008
Lou Dobbs recently had a segment about ‘Red Storm Rising’, detailing how the Chinese are using their profits to buildup their military and have built satellite killers ostensibly to prevent overflights of their country but which can be used to knock out any satellite they target.
Additionally, there were scenes of troop and warcraft buildups. It’s a bit scary (as if we don’t have ENOUGH to worry about), because I see a link to the prediction of Nostradamus.
Do you remember the prediction? It said the Eagle (USA) would team up with the Bear (Russia) to fight the Dragon (Crescent/Muslims and now apparently Chinese).
“A book, written in the early seventies, predicted that Communism in Russia would collapse and fade from the scene without a war. Now you have to remember that anyone in those days who even suggested that the “Cold War” would be resolved by anything other than a Hot War using nukes was laughed out of town. Most everyone thought the battle between Democracy and Communism would culminate in a nuclear exchange and the Third World War – and probably the annihilation of the human species.” – Source 1 and this one with more detail – Source 2
I could not find the specific quote in Nostradamus’ Quatrains but here is the closest;
“”And all these Eastern Kings will be chased, overthrown and exterminated, but not altogether, by means of the forces of the Kings of the North, and because of the drawing near of our age through the three secretly united in the search for death, treacherously laying traps for one another. This renewed Triumvirate will last for seven years, and the renown of this sect will extend around the world. The sacrifice of the hole and immaculate Wafer will be sustained. Then the Lords of Aquilon, two in number, will be victorious over the Easterners, and so great a noise and bellicose tumult will they make amongst them that all the East will tremble in terror of these brothers, yet not brothers, of Aquilon.” – Nostradamus, Epistle to Henry II. – Source
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