“Sirius Trigger” confirmed.
On Thursday, January 2, 2020, the United States assassinated the second most powerful figure in Iran with a military strike ordered by president Trump, sending huge shock waves around the globe.
Iran has now no choice but to retaliate, and things could easily spiral out of control, i.e. war.
The whole sequence, from December 29th through January 2nd…
Dec 29 US strikes 5 facilities in Iraq & Syria linked to Iran
Dec 31 U.S. Embassy in Baghdad stormed after airstrikes
Jan 01, 2020 U.S. sending hundreds of troops to Iraq
Jan 02 US airstrike kills top Iran general Suleimani at Baghdad airport
…straddled New Year’s Day.
Precisely the timing anticipated by the “Sirius Trigger“:
Dec 30 Sirius Trigger:
Exactly at midnight on New Year’s Eve/Day, the brightest star in the night sky Sirius – the “Dog Star” – reaches its highest altitude in the local sky crossing the meridian due south 180 degrees away from the Sun (“culmination”). […] It’s extra special in/around 2019… […]
All this is part of a larger Sequence, a “Damage Plan” scheme, that is unfolding as we speak and will continue to unfold in the special new year, building toward a certain kaboom moment […]
Underscored by other clues discussed in earlier STR articles:
Dec 22 Crossfire – Part 2 [premium]:
The time symmetry… pointing to Christmas dates around New Year’s Day aka “Janus point“… […]
The modern great flood, that of Sumatra in 2004, unfolded over a period of a few weeks around New Year’s Day starting on the day after Christmas.
Dec 22 Epagomenal Superposition [premium]
…there is a fatal 7-day countdown associated with seeing the “ring”. From the “ring of fire” solar eclipse of Christmas/Boxing Day, that maps to January 1-2, 2020, i.e. right around New Year’s Day…
Remember, in 2019-2020 we are – or someone is – “cracking open the Stargate”… with force, i.e. it goes “kaboom”.
And here we are… The new year did begin with a bang.
Welcome to 2020.
The world is already holding its breath…
The Quds Force commander… regularly engaged actively with Iranian-backed terrorists and militants across the Middle East, who are also likely to now take action.
It remains to be seen what form that response will take. Though Iran and its proxies cannot win a conventional conflict against the United States, they had already demonstrated a number of potential asymmetric options last year, including the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Crops’ shooting down a U.S. Navy drone over the Gulf of Oman in June 2019. […]
Iran also routinely threatens to blockade the strategic Strait of Hormuz, which it could do using a combination of ballistic and anti-ship cruise missiles, midget submarines, suicide drones, mines, swarming boat attacks, and more. This body of water links the Persian Gulf to the Gulf of Oman and that serves as a transshipment point for 20 percent of the world’s oil […] Non-kinetic alternatives, such as cyberattacks, could be another part of the equation.
If Iran were to pursue any of those options, it would almost certainly beget at least similar responses, though the United States has now shown a willingness to take increasingly disproportionate steps in its ostensible goal of deterring Iran. Major escalatory actions from either side also increasingly run the risk of drawing in other regional or even global actors who have a stake in the situation, such as Russia or China, in some way. […]
Whatever happens now, it is safe to say that the geopolitical situation in the Middle East, and likely beyond, has dramatically and fundamentally changed in ways that are still very much unfolding.