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DID YOU KNOW?

Did You Know World War 3 Was Planned As Far Back As 1871?
This is the 7th email in the ThreeWorldWars Orientation series, and this week I ask the question: "Are you familiar with Albert Pike and his blueprint for Three World Wars?"
Pike described his vision for 3 World Wars in a letter that he wrote on August 15, 1871. This letter graphically outlined plans that were seen as necessary to bring about the New World Order, and this letter is partly the reason why I named the site ThreeWorldWars.
Here are extracts of what Pike had to say about each World War.
"The First World War must be brought about in order to permit the Illuminati to overthrow the power of the Czars in Russia and of making that country a fortress of atheistic Communism. The divergences caused by the "agentur" (agents) of the Illuminati between the British and Germanic Empires will be used to foment this war. At the end of the war, Communism will be built and used in order to des…

ANTICHRIST IDENTITY WILL BE REVEALED ON 06-06-06

JUNE 6 2006- ANTICHRIST REVEALED UPDATE by Pastor Harry

It is 41 days until JUNE 6 2006 (6/6/06) and so far world events have
not triggered The Biblical Apocalypse such as WW III raging against
Israel. (The Dome of the Rock Mosque is shining brightly in
Jerusalem's
Sun). Right now there is a "stand-off" between Iran and the USA over
Iran's nuclear weapons program and their desire to destroy Israel.

BIBLE CODE ALERT

If there is a terror attack against The USA- City of Philadelphia- as
The Bible Code suggests (MAY- JUNE- JULY but no yeaar encoded) this
will
break this stalemate as Pres. Bush will declare war against Iran and
possible Syria too.

JUNE 6 2006

I have come to see JUNE 6 2006 and my scheduled anncuncement about
Antichrist like this. God did not show me who The Antichrist is to
keep
this information a secret forever. It is starting to become clearer &
clearer that JUNE 6 2006 and this revelation is all part of God's
Plan
and The FINAL WARNING!!!

a word of caution: I al…

PANIC COULD OVERWHELM COMMUNICATIONS IN A PANDEMIC

Panic could overwhelm communications in pandemic
Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:59 PM ET

By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Telephone and Internet services could be overwhelmed and shut down in the early stages of a bird flu pandemic as people panic and try to work from home, according to a report released on Thursday.

Businesses need to think of other ways to keep going as governments close schools and direct people to stay home, management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton reported.

The company issued the report based on a exercise conducted at the World Economic Forum in January, involving 30 chief executive officers of companies, government ministers, and senior officials of the United Nations.

The scenario assumed a pandemic was already underway in Germany and the participants thought through the consequences.

What they found matched with what other experts have predicted -- large numbers of people will stay home from work, either because they are sick, caring …

US WON'T BE ABLE TO SLOW FLU PANDEMIC MUCH

U.S. Won't Be Able to Slow Pandemic Flu Much if it Hits, Computer Model Shows

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

WASHINGTON — If pandemic influenza hits in the next year or so, the few weapons the United States has to keep it from spreading will do little, a new computer model shows.

A pandemic flu is likely to strike one in three people if nothing is done, according to the results of computer simulation published in Thursday's journal Nature. If the government acts fast enough and has enough antiviral medicine to use as preventive dosings — which the United States does not — that could drop to about 28 percent of the population getting sick, the study found.

"Both cases we came up with were very pessimistic," said lead author Neil Ferguson of the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College in London. "There is no single magic bullet for stopping pandemic flu."

So far this year, H5N1 bird flu — which is not yet pandemic flu because it doesn't mo…

DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT GASOLINE?

This is a must read article if you want to learn what the truth behind gasoline prices really is.Learn what your government and the news media don't want you to know.http://www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net/

US DOLLAR IN ROUGH WATER AND NEEDING SUPPORT

Dollar in rough water and needing support
By Steve Johnson
Published: April 21 2006 12:28 | Last updated: April 21 2006 18:02

Falling dollarThe US dollar suffered a terrible week, hitting a seven-month low against the euro, as the market wondered what would support the currency when monetary tightening had run its course.


The dollar was first hit by the release of the minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee’s March meeting, which said that “most members thought that the end of the tightening process was likely to be near”.

The minutes, alongside soft economic data, prompted a growing number of commentators to opine that the Fed would call it a day after one last quarter-point interest rate rise in May, which would take Fed funds to 5 per cent.

Slightly firmer than expected US consumer inflation data on Wednesday did threaten to throw the dollar a lifeline by suggesting that US rates may need to rise above 5 per cent after all.

However, strategists’ minds were already turning to what mig…

OIL PRICES SETTLE ABOVE$75 A BARREL

Oil Prices Settle Above $75 a Barrel
Apr 21 3:45 PM US/Eastern
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By MADLEN READ
AP Business Writer

NEW YORK

Crude-oil prices broke through $75 a barrel to hit a new record Friday, fueled by concerns about Iran's nuclear ambitions and tight U.S. gasoline supplies.

Prices at the pump also kept rising, with the average price of a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline at $2.855, up 3 cents from a day earlier and more than 60 cents higher than a year ago, according to AAA's daily fuel gauge report.

Crude prices, which are more than 40 percent higher than a year ago, have risen 8.4 percent from Thursday's closing price _ the biggest weeklong jump since the week ended June 17, 2005, when crude futures rose 9 percent.

Analysts say oil prices are likely to climb even higher in the weeks ahead as worries grow about how international pressure on Iran, OPEC's No. 2 oil producer, will affect its crude output. Rebel disruptions of oil production in Nigeria, the fifth-biggest s…

IRAN,ISRAEL,RUSSIA,USA-THIS WEEK HAVE LEPT TOWARD EZEKIEL 38

Iran, Israel, Russia, United States This Week Have Lept Toward Ezekiel 38

By Bill Wilson, KIN Senior Analyst - www.watch.org

Wash—Apr 19—KIN— So far this week, Iran, Russia, the United States, Syria, the Palestinian Authority and Israel have taken monumental steps toward prophetic fulfillment of the Ezekiel 38 prophecy where Gog, Magog, Persia, Libya, Ethopia and other nations of the world come, as it says in verse 16, "against my people of Israel, as a cloud to cover the land."

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave a clue to his so-called peaceful nuclear program by saying that Iran's army will "serve peace and security for mankind especially the region and its neighbors." And he said that Iran stands ready to employ its technology and manpower to "cut the hand of any aggressor" who threatens it. In the past, Ahmadinejad has said that he would use nuclear power to bring about peace. The type of peace Ahmadinejad has in mind is the peace that com…

INDONESIA CONFIRMS 24TH DEATH

Indonesia confirms 24th death

Agencies


Beijing & Jakarta: Indonesia's 24th bird flu death has been confirmed by World Health Organisation tests, a hospital spokesman said on Wednesday.

"The latest results from the WHO were received yesterday [Tuesday] concerning a man who died at [Sulianti Saroso hospital] on April 8 or 9," said hospital spokesman and spokesman for the national bird flu team, Ilham Patu.

He said the results were positive and the victim was aged 24.

Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous nation, has witnessed more bird flu deaths than any other country this year and has the second highest number of fatalities reported in the world since 2003, after Vietnam.

The sprawling archipelago nation has become a bird flu "time-bomb" because of its failure to eradicate the deadly H5N1 strain from numerous areas, the head of the World Organisation for Animal Health warned last week. Besides the fatalities, Indonesia has confirmed 10 other infection c…

NATION POORLY PREPARED FOR OUTBREAK OF BIRD FLU

April 19, 2006

Nation poorly prepared for outbreak of bird flu

By KRISTINA HERRNDOBLER
Hearst Newspapers
WASHINGTON - Health care providers from around the country said yesterday that hospitals are woefully unprepared for a possible bird flu outbreak and likely would be overwhelmed if a full-blown pandemic occurred.

Their frustration flared as the top federal health official warned that the U.S. government won't be able to come to assist every community in the country in the event of widespread infection.

''Any community that fails to prepare with the expectation that the federal government or, for that matter, the state government will be able to step forward and come to their rescue at the final hour will be tragically wrong,'' Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt told the group yesterday. ''(It's) not because government will lack a will, not because we lack a collective wallet, but because there is no way that you can respond to every hometown …

COMET COLLISION WITH EART COMING ON MAY 25,2006

Former Military Air Traffic Controller Claims Comet Collision with Earth on May 25, 2006

4/13/2006 7:00:00 AM

To: National Desk

Contact: Dr. Michael Salla of the Exopolitics Institute, 808-323-3400, drsalla@exopoliticsinstitute.org

KEALAKEKUA, Hawaii, April 13 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Eric Julien, a former French military air traffic controller and senior airport manager, has completed a study of the comet 73P Schwassmann- Wachmann and declared that a fragment is highly likely to impact the Earth on or around May 25, 2006.

Comet Schwassman-Wachmann follows a five-year orbit that crosses the solar system's ecliptic plane. It has followed its five year orbit intact for centuries; but, in 1995, mysteriously fragmented. According to Julien, this is the same year that a crop circle appeared showing the inner solar system with the Earth missing from its orbit. He argues the "Missing Earth" crop circle was a message from higher intelligences warning humanity of the consequences of its des…

SOLID EVIDENCE OF THE RESURRECTION

Solid evidence of resurrection

Apparently So
By Craig Harris
HERALD-PRESS (PALESTINE, Texas)

Today is Easter Sunday - the day we Christians celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus.

But did he really rise again? If he didn't, then he was a liar — or a madman. If he didn't rise again, then our faith is useless and there is no life after death. The whole Bible is a lie, in fact, if Jesus didn't rise again.

So, is there any real evidence that the resurrection of Jesus actually happened – or is it just a myth? I want to share some of the solid evidence that Jesus’ resurrection really did happen:

• First, the reliability of the Scriptures. Did you know that we have more than 25,000 manuscripts of the Greek New Testament? That is a huge amount. Some manuscripts date to within 100 years of the autographs (the original writings) and all agree with each other. (Yes, there are minor differences, but there are so many copies available we can look at them and get a very accurate…

US READIES FLU PANDEMIC RESPONSE PLAN

US readies flu pandemic response plan: report
Sat Apr 15, 2006 10:48 PM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government would expand the Internet and possibly permit foreign countries to print U.S. currency during a flu pandemic, under a national response plan that could be approved within days by President George W. Bush, the Washington Post reported on Saturday.

An article on the newspaper's Web site said the document is the first to spell out how the government would detect and respond to a flu outbreak and continue to function through what could be an 18-month crisis capable of killing up to 1.9 million Americans.

The 240-page response plan identifies more than 300 specific tasks for federal agencies, including determining which frontline workers should be vaccinated first and expanding the Internet to accommodate a likely flood of people working from their home computers.

The newspaper said the Treasury Department is poised to sign agreements with other nations to produce currency i…

MESSIANIC FERVOR GROWS AMONG IRAN'S SHIITES

Messianic Fervor Grows Among Iran's Shiites
Many, including the president, pray for the Mahdi's return to defeat evil. Western critics fear such beliefs may lead to irrational policies.
By John Daniszewski, Times Staff Writer
April 15, 2006

JAMKARAN, Iran — Each Tuesday, thousands of people arrive here at dusk by car and bus. Beneath the twinkling lights of the blue-tiled mosque, they sit on carpets, following prayers broadcast over loudspeakers: families, pilgrims from distant provinces, young men frantic with expectation, women hoping for cures.

The devout make their way to the back of the shrine. There, they write their hopes, dreams and prayers onto slips of paper that they drop into two wells — one for the men, one for the women. They pray, eyes squeezed shut, until moved along politely by mosque workers.


For many devout Shiite Muslims, this is a place of miracles — the place of the Mahdi, the messiah. From lowly carpet weavers to Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, devo…

SCIENTISTS LOOK NORTH FOR FIRST US BIRD FLU CASE

Scientists look north for first U.S. bird flu case
Migrating wild birds expected to bring deadly virus to Alaska soon
The Associated Press
Updated: 9:31 p.m. ET April 13, 2006

WASHINGTON - In about three weeks, waterfowl, shorebirds and songbirds will start arriving in the Alaska Peninsula, the Yukon Delta and the westernmost Aleutian Islands to begin mating. That’s when and where government scientists expect the first case of bird flu to show up in the United States.

To screen the birds for the deadly virus, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Alaska’s Fish and Game Department are setting up more than 50 remote backcountry camps accessible mainly by float planes or boats.

More than 40 species of waterfowl and shorebirds are considered susceptible to infection by a highly pathogenic H5N1 bird flu virus that’s killed more than 100 people, mostly in Asia. It also has killed or led to the slaughter of more than 200 million chickens, ducks, turkeys and other domestic fowl in Asia, Europe and…

"WEST WILL BURN IN THE FIRE OF THE NATIONS FURY"

Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Apr. 12 – Iran’s radical President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a fiery sermon demanded that “Iran’s enemies”, or the West, bow down before Iran and apologize for having held back Tehran’s nuclear program for three years. He also warned the West that it would “burn” in the “fire of the nations’ fury”.

“Those who insulted the Iranian nation and set back Iran’s movement for progress for several years must apologise”, Ahmadinejad said at a rally in the eastern town of Rashtkhar. His comments were aired on state television and carried by the official news agency.

“You must bow down to the greatness of the Iranian nation”, he said, addressing the West.

He added that if the United States continued to seek to use “bullying” tactics then “every nation of the world” would chant “Death to America” and “Death to Israel”.

“If you do not return to monotheism and worshipping god and refuse to accept justice then you will burn in the fire of the nations’ fury”, Ahmadinejad said.

He once…

IRAN 1 STEP FROM ATOMIC BOMB

NUCLEAR WAR-FEAR
Iran 1 step from atomic bomb
With 3 developments this year, Tehran's pace startling analysts
Posted: April 12, 2006
1:00 a.m. Eastern


© 2006 WorldNetDaily.com



Confounding the predictions of many Western analysts, Iran's announcement yesterday that it successfully enriched uranium was the third major development this year on the way to producing an atomic bomb, leaving only one more step.

That next development – metalizing the enriched uranium to fit it into a warhead – could come as soon as four months from now, says author Jerry Corsi, who has watched the predictions in his book "Atomic Iran" unfold since it was published one year ago.

"They have only one more problem to solve," Corsi said. "The world has got to stop thinking about these Iranians as backward, just because Ahmadinejad has a radical religious agenda. They have all the technical knowledge and all the money they need to solve these problems."

In February, National Intelligenc…

MOST AMERICANS DON'T BELIEVE IN THE RESURRECTION

Most Americans don't believe in the resurrection
Scripps Howard News Service, via the Detroit News, USA
Apr. 9, 2006
Thomas Hargrove and Guido H. Stempel III
www.detnews.com




Most Americans don't believe they will experience a resurrection of their bodies after they die, putting them at odds with a core teaching of Christianity.

The findings of a Scripps Howard/Ohio University poll surprised and dismayed some of the nation's top theologians since it seems to put Americans in conflict with the Nicene Creed and the Apostles' Creed, ancient statements of faith meant to unify Christian belief.

The Nicene Creed, adopted in 325, concludes with: "We look for the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come. Amen." The Apostles' Creed professes a belief in "the resurrection of the body."

Only 36 percent of the 1,007 adults interviewed by the Scripps Survey Research Center at Ohio University said "yes" to the question: "Do you believe…

GASOLINE HEADING TO $3.00 A GALLON OR MORE

Gasoline heading to $3 - or more
Drivers will face big increases again this summer as changes to regular and diesel fuel add to refiners' costs.

By Harold Brubaker
Inquirer Staff Writer

Spring is barely here, but gasoline prices already have begun climbing toward - perhaps to beyond - $3 a gallon for the summer driving season.

There is more at play than the usual anticipation of increased demand from vacationers. Oil refiners are working through major changes to the composition of gasoline and diesel fuel.

With crude-oil prices already $9 a barrel higher than a year ago, analysts expect the formulation changes will contribute to a fourth consecutive summer of record fuel prices.

In the last month, average gasoline prices in Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania suburbs have climbed by 30 cents a gallon, or 13 percent, to $2.60 a gallon, AAA Mid-Atlantic reported yesterday. In South Jersey, the three-day average was $2.42, a gain of 36 cents, or 17 percent.

Mark Braverman of Jamison has notice…

TORNADO IN ISRAEL-WHAT GIVES?

Tornado eyewitnesses: We've only seen such things on TV
By Tamara Traubman, Jack Khoury, Revital Levy-Stein, Haaretz Correspondents, and Haaretz Service

A tornado and other stormy weather wreaked havoc across Israel on Tuesday and weather-related accidents caused injuries to at least 70 people.

The tornado and accompanying heavy storms raged across the Western Galilee, and hailstones the size of ping pong balls were reported.

A total of 70 people, including 20 children, were admitted to the Nahariya hospital in the wake of the violent weather. Most of the patients suffered light injuries from flying objects or from road accidents. Two children, aged six and seven, suffered deep cuts in the storm.



Meteorologist Nachum Malik confirmed that the Western Galilee storm was a tornado and said it was an indication of increasingly unpredictable weather in the country.

"When this kind of phenomenon occurs over water it is called a water spout, but when it occurs over land it is called a torn…

BIRD FLU: THE SECRET CABINET DOCUMENT

Bird flu: the secret Cabinet document
JAMES KIRKUP POLITICAL EDITOR

* More than 700,000 could die in worst-case bird flu scenario
* The figures were disclosed in a Cabinet Office briefing paper
* Army could be "too stretched to help" due to international commitments

Key quote "Scientific modelling suggests that it may only take 2-3 weeks from the virus first entering the UK to its being widespread," - Cabinet Office paper

Story in full THE death toll from a bird flu pandemic in Britain could be more than 700,000, according to a confidential government report seen by The Scotsman.

The figure - far higher than previously stated - is contained in a Cabinet Office briefing paper prepared for emergency planning officials, which warns that the virus could strike the country in multiple "waves".

It also says the armed forces may not be available to help in an emergency because of Britain's extensive international military deployments.

Although ministers p…

400 CHINESE STUDENTS HOSPITALIZED WITH UNKNOWN FLU

AFX News Limited
400 Chinese students hospitalized with unknown flu
04.02.2006, 08:52 AM


BEIJING (AFX) - Over 400 students at a university in central China's Henan province were hospitalized with high fevers linked to an unknown flu virus, state press and a school official said.

The outbreak began on March 26 when 22 students were hospitalized with high fevers, Xinhua news agency said.

The next day the number of sick students at the Henan University of Science and Technology in Luoyang city rose to 88, and on March 28 there were 208 sick students in the university's infirmary, it said.

'There were over 400 students that became feverish with the flu,' a university official who declined to be named told Agence France-Presse when contacted by phone.

He refused to detail what type of flu it was or how the outbreak had succeeded in infecting so many students.

Local health officials were currently trying to identify the flu strain, Xinhua said.

The temperatures of some of the student…

IRAN'S RABID ROCKET RACE

Iran's rabid rocket race

The mullahs put their missiles where their mouth is


By Stan Goodenough

April 2nd, 2006






A few months ago Iranian President "Adolph" Ahmadinejad vowed to wipe the State of Israel off the face of the earth. Simultaneously he denied that his Nazi hero had ever perpetrated the Holocaust.

Both before and since voicing that threat and that lie, Tehran has been forging ahead with its efforts to acquire nuclear know-how, while sending a single and consistent message to the international community:

“We will do what we want to do, and there is nothing that you can do about it.”

Two days ago this message was sent out again in the form of a fiery-tailed multi-warhead monster that was successfully test-fired at the start of Iran's latest round of war games.

Revolutionary Guards air force chief General Hussein Salami told Iranian TV the Fajr-3 missile:

"Can simultaneously hit several targets, has near stealth capabilities with a high maneuverability, pi…

UK PLANS MASS BURIALS FOR BIRD FLU VICTIMS

Mass burials could be held if the bird flu virus arrives in Britain and causes an epidemic among the human population, it is reported. A leaked assessment suggests more than 300,000 people could die in the UK if the H5N1 strain of the virus mutates into a human form. The Home Office document, acquired by The Sunday Times, talks about the "prudent worst case" of delays of up to 17 weeks in burying or cremating victims.

It warns that the prospect of "common burial" would stir up images of
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the mass pits used to bury victims of the Great Plague in 1665.

In practice, however, it "might involve a large number of coffins buried in the same place at the same time, in such a way that allowed for individual graves to be marked".

Town halls, the report suggests, could deal with what it terms a "base case" of 48,000 deaths in England and Wales in a 15-week pandemic.

But it adds: "Even with ramping local management capacity by 100%, the prudent …