NASA waited until today to tell us that on Tuesday evening a gigantic asteroid is going to crash into the moon and send the moon crashing full speed into Earth. Today a senior US military official said that Iran is "the biggest threat to the United States."
Israeli President Shimon Peres was asked if a military option for Iran was near. President Peres said "I believe so. I estimate that the intelligence services of all these countries are looking at the ticking clock warning leaders that there is not much time left."
Well today is Saturday November 5, 2011 and according to NASA Asteroid 2005 YU 55 will crash into the moon in 3 days on Tuesday Nov. 8, 2011 and send the moon crashing full speed into Earth on Tuesday Nov. 8, 2011 at 6.28 p.m. EST. Ground Zero will be Washington, DC. Is Iran the biggest threat to the United States? The joke is that the United States has their people all frightened about Iran when the United States has so many new powerful nuclear, chemical and biological weapons that they could wipe out Iran in 5 minutes if they ever decided to fight with their hands not tied behind their back.
So what are the ramifications of the moon slamming full force into Earth? Well many years ago an asteroid slammed into Earth and sent up a world wide dust cloud that blocked out the sun and caused an ice age that wiped out the dinosaurs. An asteroid is a grain of sand compared to the moon. What will happen when the moon slams full speed into Washington, DC? To put it simply after the collision Congress will get about the same amount of work done as they have so far.
Harold Camping was so close and yet so far. The Mayans were so close and yet so far. Five hundred years ago Nostradamus wrote "The Moon in the full of night over the high mountain, The new sage with a lone brain sees it, By her disciples invited to be immortal, Eyes to the South, hands in bosoms, bodies in the fire." (Century 4 Quatrain 31) Remember, Nostradamus wrote in France and Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011 6.28 EST is just before midnight in Paris, France; talk about a full moon.