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    hint; high level djinn worshippers and their subservient 'terrorist' cells are being tracked down and neutralised. some of them were on 'our' side.
    This is curious.

    The djinn are a big deal in that part of the world.

    It's hard for westerners to wrap their mind around the topic.

    I came across a mention of what was referred to as a "6000" year old enemy, and natural "star gates" in the mix.

    I think others have referred to this enemy as "Y"? Maybe there's a relationship, maybe not?

    People seem unaware of Soliemani's role in Benghazi?

    And unaware of Khamieni's vast personal wealth, close to 95 Billion dollars?

    I think the photo of John McCain with some of the terror players is taken in front of the embassy in Tehran.



    To me, it looks like bad players in the IC paid bad players in MENA, to take actions for the purpose of "endless wars".

    Which serve the needs of beings or entities that most would prefer to pretend don't exist.

    And Soliemani was a hinge in all of the above.

    But, I haven't made up my mind about all of this yet.

    Still observing...

    Any insights are appreciated.

    Also, I feel shaberon would also have more insights on this topic, too?

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    All I can really say from personal knowledge of Islam is that yes, djinn or mimoun are part of their arsenal, and it has been many years since they have been conjuring and sending hordes of djinn at the U. S. Starting around 2006.

    Soleimani was a U. S. agent in at least three scenarios; again like Saddam Hussein, or Osama bin Laden. If one was to historically review British manipulation of Shi'a Islam, it is with the line of Agha Khan, and possibly Baha'i and Ahmaddiya.

    Is the McCain photo really Tehran? It looks similar to when he was in Syria illegally, hanging out with Al'Qaeda. I think those are Arabs.

    There perhaps is an attempt to wash away Babylon, Assyria, Sabians, Mandeans, and the Yezidi. If we force everyone to pick between Torah, Bible, and Koran, we can get a lot of fights that way.

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    All I can really say from personal knowledge of Islam is that yes, djinn or mimoun are part of their arsenal, and it has been many years since they have been conjuring and sending hordes of djinn at the U. S. Starting around 2006.

    Soleimani was a U. S. agent in at least three scenarios; again like Saddam Hussein, or Osama bin Laden. If one was to historically review British manipulation of Shi'a Islam, it is with the line of Agha Khan, and possibly Baha'i and Ahmaddiya.

    Is the McCain photo really Tehran? It looks similar to when he was in Syria illegally, hanging out with Al'Qaeda. I think those are Arabs.

    There perhaps is an attempt to wash away Babylon, Assyria, Sabians, Mandeans, and the Yezidi. If we force everyone to pick between Torah, Bible, and Koran, we can get a lot of fights that way.
    I think you're right. I had seen a photo once that showed more of the building they are standing in front of, and sometime in the last few days, I saw an old photo of the embassy at Tehran, it looked familiar and I wondered if they were related.

    Do you know what the "spider web" on that building is about?

    Thanks for the rest of the information in your comment.

    I've not heard the word, "mimoun" before? Is it just another name for djinn?

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    Default Re: The United States kills Quds Commander Qasem Soleimani

    i got a warning from one of the mods for my djinn post itt so maybe won't be adding anything else for the moment. thanks for reading.

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    Default Re: The United States kills Quds Commander Qasem Soleimani

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    i got a warning from one of the mods for my djinn post itt so maybe won't be adding anything else for the moment. thanks for reading.
    hmmmm....

    I've experienced djinn myself. Most are surprised when they discover I can see them.
    And, one time, for some reason I don't understand, some showed up out of nowhere to protect me from a psychic attack.

    The personal experiences are off-topic, but the comment of how it fits into the Soliemani situation isn't.

    Thanks again for the bit you did share.

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    All I can really say from personal knowledge of Islam is that yes, djinn or mimoun are part of their arsenal, and it has been many years since they have been conjuring and sending hordes of djinn at the U. S. Starting around 2006.
    I was thinking about your comment, shaberon, did this start in 2006, or was it that you became aware of it in 2006?
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    I was thinking about your comment, shaberon, did this start in 2006, or was it that you became aware of it in 2006?


    From what I was told, it was a reply to the same militaristic adventurism that keeps going on, and something happened around then that was a "red line" to at least some sects who started doing it regularly. "Mimoun" sounds like what the guy was saying, and he was trying to mean Mammon or something close to that.

    McCain was meeting with Mohammad and Zahran Alloosh in this contested area shortly after that. I have no clue about what the designs in the background are. It looks familiar and I am pretty sure it was somewhere around Aleppo or Idlib.

    Syria has regained the entire Damascus-Aleppo after nine years destroying several Turkish-supplied vehicles in the process, and for the second time in two days, the U. S. was told to quit driving around, this time by the Syrian Army:

    US commander tells the Syrian officer "we are here to bring peace just like the Russians" , Syrian officer replied " Wherever US goes it brings death& destruction, u are not welcomed here"

    At this point there is artillery shelling and Russian bombing basically right at Erdogan's border so he had probably better be careful.

    As if on cue, there was another missile shower on Damascus from Golan, which Netanyahu suggests was probably done by Belgium. On Tuesday, Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett told Iran that it had “nothing to look for in Syria,” and said that Israel has been “fighting the arms of the Iranian octopus in Lebanon, Syria and Gaza” for “generations.”

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    Thx. shaberon for this post
    I agree with you Soleymani has worked for US intelligence agencies, particularly the CIA. He became too annoying and no longer portable then it was over for him.

    But what is very annoying is Turkey's presence in Syria. Where they have lost absolutely nothing. No more than Iran in Syria, Lebanon and Gaza. But that was already planned by the mullahs right after the revolution.

    However, an enormous amount of energy is required to send out invisible forces that may have a negative effect. Even more so if they are not individual but a small army. But that is not proven, however it works, they don't seem to be able to control it. It could get out of hand and cause some chaos. They'd better stay away from it.
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    Turkey and Syria are in armed conflict by now. I suppose Gulen is still being protected in Pennsylvania or something like that. He was a pretty big deal. An arm of the Maurice Strong type movements I believe. I don't know what kind of political future Erdogan has, attacking Aleppo and telling Syria they will not enter Idlib. U. S. and Israel are happy for him to be there. But, he doesn't seem to be doing it "for them". I guess he can always finger the "Kurdish situation".

    The contact lines are set, so he will lose something.

    It is pretty amazing how, once breached, most of the proxy armies fall apart within days. Nothing much left to keep Syria away from the Turks. The mercenaries are very good at harassing unarmed civilians but they are no Peshmerga.

    The Green Zone swallowed a few more rockets, this time, not at the embassy, but evidently at a barracks at 3 a. m., so that was a sheer attempt for fatalities.

    Saudi Arabia admits that Ansarallah now has a surface-to-air missile that took out one of their Tornado jets. That is also a game changer.

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    It was obvious that Turkey wanted to invade Syria and did so. Erdogan planned to invade Syria before his election. Because the Kurds have been causing problems since the revolution in Iran, and before. But it is their land, whose territory it belongs to them. It can be compared to Palestine and Israel only that Kurdistan is a little bigger.

    An example from the time I traveled to Iran. That was around 1972/73, when the revolution began, Kurdistan had already tried to declare itself as unsuccessful what had failed. But even during the time of the monarchy there were conflicts with the Kurds in Iran as well as in Turkey and Iraq. I visited Kurdistan, across Kurdistan. At that time, other laws were in effect in Kurdistan in Iran. A day was divided by three, early in the morning it was basic and committee, then the Revolutionary Guard also known as Sepah Pasdaran the club to which Soleymani belonged. In the evening, however, the state authorities did not really venture onto the streets. The Kurds ruled and that armed, even during the day Kurds were armed. But at night they raided the barracks of the state institutions and many basic, committee and pasdaran were murdered in their sleep.

    I don't know how it is today, but as you have already described correctly @shaberon the Kurds still rule, since you mention the Peshmerga I assume that the Kurds are well equipped in Iran. But due to the war in Syria, Erdogan was finally able to take a blow that was not possible before. Like Iran, who carried out a very bloody blow with the help of Putin. I think that was even at the beginning of the war in Syria. Putin's navy was in the Caspian Sea, which partly also belongs to Iran. I don't know exactly what the attack against the Kurds took place in Iran, but as far as I remember it was two racts that hit Kurdish territory.

    Erdogan got a lot of money to stop the Syrian refugees at the border. This money naturally disappeared after the attack in the Turkish military. So Erdogan had the justification to invade Syria. But it looks like Erdogan has overdone himself. He still hangs in Libya and doesn't get anywhere there. The EU cut his funding by 75%. Adios Erdogan you little power hungry usurper. Erdogan will have to withdraw from both countries sooner or later, he cannot maintain his military presence. Not even with Putin's "alleged" promise of support. Ha, ha, ha, Erdogan really thinks he's smart enough to take on Putin ...

    Now Erdogan not only has to downshift one gear but two gears at the same time and with his finger, he can do it himself ...
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    In this thread I wrote something about Djinns.

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...78#post1336378
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    Kurdistan has never had a "country" as far as I know, although they can be found indigenous to the Zagros mountains since 12,000 years ago; the earliest forms of domesticated cereal are attributed to them.

    At this point, they mainly are now sided with Syria against Turkey, at least the YPG is. The so-called Free Syrian Army that the U. S. put millions into is, if anything, in Libya. Although they were extreme right-wing child-conscripting autocrats, I have not heard of them causing problems for months. Some of them probably have an enclave near Al Tanf. But the majority of their population seems to be fine with being part of Syria, if they can keep their language and customs. Hafeez Assad had probably not been too lenient towards them. Bashar seems to have accepted the legitimate complaints of Syrians, while rejecting the false complaints of paid-for gangs. From what I can tell, he has been pretty open to change if it is fair, and has acquiesced to zero demands.

    The kicker of course is that most Islamic radicals are terrified of the women's YPG since it will cause them to go to hell.

    Of around seventy tanks that Turkey supplied to the gangs, about twenty have been destroyed in a few days.

    Erdogan can certainly stonewall against the "flood of refugees", which makes many more of them drift into Europe. And when we look at the people that are being treated lightly by the courts, or the violence in England by guys who just got out of jail on related charges, most of that is not the "displaced Syrian community". He probably can really open the faucet if he so chooses. So he carries influence due to that. Some blackmail remains effective, while there are certain "economic sanctions" that simply force the target to find a better work-around.

    If there was a way for any other country to be on Turkey's side, it could become a major problem, but it looks like he will be limited to working on his own, in a semi-threatening crossroads of two continents way.

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    No, the Kurds never had their own country, only the area in which they were staying. But it is strategically important, for Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. The Zagros Mountains are rich in mineral resources and the Islamic Republic knows that. Petroleum, natural gas and others.

    After another rocket attack in Baghdad in the green zone. So far, no group has committed to this. But that enables Trump to send US troops to Baghdad again.
    To protect its diplomats and soldiers in Iraq, the United States announced that it would send 3,000 to 3,500 additional soldiers to the region.

    Wait to see how the election continues in the United States. It looks like Trump will remain US President for the next four years.
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