Gail (10 Dec 2012)
"It's getting very 'Spiritually Dark'"

Turkey with it's army, which is one of the top ten in the world, is poised to act following Psalm 83.  Because it's all about those resources economically, while the spirit realm revolves around the Temple Mount.
Turkey was always going to be the vital regional energy hub, linking up energy trade across the ‘Four Seas’ spanning the Black Sea, the Mediterranean, Persian Gulf/Arabian Sea, and the Caspian Sea. It was to be the transit key to getting hydrocarbons out of the Caspian via the Caucuses; unlocking Iraqi potential to feed multiple markets, (which HRH P.Charles will capitalize on); bringing Iranian supplies towards Europe; and even offering Russia gas outlets towards the Pacific Basin. But for this ‘energy continuum’ to work, Turkey needs to be on good terms with all the states involved. The uncertainty in Damascus makes that structurally impossible.
Now the Jewish State looks to be more and more the area's vital regional energy hub.

Mediterranean gas scramble

Israel's Major Gas Find& Ezekiel 38

Middle East News

June 4th, 2008

Prince Charles, defender of Islam
Turkey - One particular member of the royal family, the queen's eldest son, Prince Charles, has come under suspicion of having his own particularly
strong connection to Turkey.
In October 1996, London's Evening Standard newspaper quoted the Grand Mufti of Cyprus, who claimed that the prince had converted to Islam. "It happened in Turkey. Oh, yes, he converted all right," the Grand Mufti was quoted as saying. "You'll find that your future king is a Muslim."

Over the past three decades, Charles has spoken in support of both Muslims and Islam- "The guiding principle and spirit of Islamic law, taken straight from the Koran, can teach us a way of understanding for living in today's world, something for which, Christianity itself is poorer for having lost." 
It should be noted that he is an immensely popular figure throughout the Middle East. The Saudis regard him as a candid friend of the Islamic world. British academic John Casey, of Cambridge University, says
the Prince of Wales' hero status in the Arab world (for his pro Islamic comments and actions) is permanent and "No other Western figure commands this sort of admiration." Casey commented in the London Daily Telegraph, "The Charles of Arabia phenomenon is here to stay, and it helps assure British commerce with the Muslim world." 


And assuage the muslim unrest that soon consumes the World- 'the time of Jacob's Trouble.' 

November 28th, 2012 saw a Penumbral eclipse of the moon.

pe·num·bra: An area in which something exists to a lesser or uncertain degree. 

That is both Israel's future, and the future of the entire World. 


Mid-Point - March 21st, 2013

God Bless,