Saturday, October 17, 2015

Glimpses of Weapons for World War III

With the frantic preparations for the long-awaited World War III among the superpowers, various shapes of never-before-seen weapons are emerging.  In the opinion of many observers, WWIII has actually commenced on September 30 with the incursion of Russia planes and warships into Syria..  Others even suggest that Obama might be deliberately playing the fool (imagine the incredible Iran nuclear deal!) just to coax the Russia-Iranian coalition into war, while not yet fully prepared.
      While all those might be mere unfounded theories, what is certain is that the Bible clearly predicts a coming Gog-Magog war, spearheaded by the King of the North (can only be Russia).  The battle to be determined at the plains of Armageddon will be the final battle on earth; and it will feature the appearance of the Lord Jesus Christ Himself.
      The outcome of the battle is described in the famous passage of Zechariah 14:12
“And this shall be the plague wherewith the Lord will smite all the nations who besieged Jerusalem; his flesh will waste away while he still stands on his feet; his eyes will waste away in their sockets, and his tongue shall waste away in his mouth.”
      There has been keen interest on what kind of weaponry can produce this kind of results.  Now the speculations are turning to reality with reports filtering in from both Russia and the USA. 
      Russia’s Ministry of Emergency Situations is warning that “Future weapons will be based on energy, electromagnetic, radiological, geophysical and genetic principles. There will also be special information weapons to change people's perception, completely changing their mind” (Weapons That Could Change Geophysical Landscape, Human DNA to Appear Soon.)

      On the American side, we read of such developments as vehicles that can literally disappear on the warfield.

      Rabbi Yechezkel Abramsky, a 20th century Torah scholar who served as the head of the Jewish court in London has been widely quoted as saying, “We have a tradition from the Vilna Gaon that the war of Gog and Magog will last 12 minutes. A third of the world will die, a third will suffer from plague and a third will survive.”
      It is only now with the current developments of technology and weaponry that such incredible catastrophe, involving millions and lasting only minutes, can begin to make sense. Dear Reader, does all these sound like business-as-usual to you?

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