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A DREAM LAST NIGHT.  I dreamed a triple segment dream last night.  It is the first time that has ever happened.  God has impressed upon me the significance, importance and prophetic impact of this dream.

I dreamed in the first segment that there were spheres or balls of small bee-like attacking insects coming at me.  There were many bees in each ball.  One would escape the ball and fly towards me.  Then the ball would close ranks and return to a tight sphere.  This startled me.  At first, this scene seemed harmless but then I realized it could become catastrophic.

In the second segment, the ball was reinforced by many other balls of bees, just like the first one.  After a while, the third segment displayed the sky full of the balls of bees.

Japan came to mind with the event of the horrific earthquake followed by the unbelievable tsunami.  Power outages severely crippled the desperate survivors in homes and businesses.

Iran is planning missile and rocket launching bases in Venezuela, next door to Columbia, a close ally to the United States.  The idea is that if America attacks Iran, then Iran can punish Columbia and perhaps other allies closer to our borders.

To top all this off, it is now revealed that North Korea and Iran are swapping rocket and missile technologies.  This does not bode well for peace on our soil.

I have included accounts in today’s news concerning Iran’s dealing with both Venezuela and North Korea for your intercession.

Today, please do not include teachings or extraneous copy with your intercessions.  What we need is your specific discernments about this particular subject of Japan being a harbinger of possible catastrophes in America.  Here is what I want today, please:

Prophetic insights and discernments, targeted comments dealing with this one subject for today, prayers of petition of God for His help, intercessions to stand in the gap for Japan and America.  I believe this will enable us to have a greater impact.  Thank you for your cooperation.

I so appreciate each and every one of you and encourage you to send your post.  My personal intercession follows the two articles below.  Join me.

 From Jerusalem Post.  Jpost.com

‘Die Welt’: Iran building rocket bases in Venezuela

By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL,  JPOST CORRESPONDENT 
05/17/2011 01:41

German paper says Iranians paid cash to build mid-range missile launch pads on Paraguana Peninsula; Iranian engineers visited site in Feb.

BERLIN – The Iranian government is moving forward with the construction of rocket launch bases in Venezuela, the German daily Die Welt wrote in its Friday edition.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is Teheran’s most important South American ally.

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Iran is building intermediate- range missile launch pads on the Paraguaná Peninsula, and engineers from a construction firm – Khatam al-Anbia – owned by the Revolutionary Guards visited Paraguaná in February. Amir al-Hadschisadeh, the head of the Guard’s Air Force, participated in the visit, according to the report. Die Welt cited information from “Western security insiders.”

The rocket bases are to include measures to prevent air attacks on Venezuela as well as commando and control stations.

The Iranian military involvement in the project extends to bunker, barracks and watch tower construction. Twenty-meter deep rocket silos are planned. The cost of the Venezuelan military project is being paid for with Iranian oil revenue. The Iranians paid in cash for the preliminary phase of the project and, the total cost is expected to amount to “dozens of millions” of dollars, Die Welt wrote.

The Paraguaná Peninsula is on the coast of Venezuela and is roughly 120 kilometers from America’s main South American partner, Columbia.

According to Die Welt, the clandestine agreement between Venezuela and Iran would mean the Chavez government would fire rocket at Iran’s enemies should the Islamic Republic face military strikes.

Iran, North Korea Partnering on Ballistic Missiles, U.N. Says

Monday, May 16, 2011

Iran and North Korea seem to routinely be swapping ballistic missile equipment in breach of U.N. Security Council directives, a classified expert report to the international body stated on Friday (see GSN, Dec. 1, 2010).

(May. 16) – An Iranian Shahab 3 ballistic missile lifts off in a 2009 test. The Shahab 3’s warhead appears comparable in design to a North Korean warhead unveiled last year, according to a U.N. report that says the countries seem to have exchanged ballistic missile technology (Shaiegan/Getty Images).

Illegal trades of missile technology had “transshipment through a neighboring third country,” the report states. Multiple envoys told Reuters the nation in question is China.

The report by the Panel of Experts assigned to oversee adherence to U.N. sanctions levied against North Korea was sent to the Security Council on Friday and viewed by Reuters on Saturday.

The document is expected to increase apprehension over Pyongyang’s collaboration with Tehran and to bolster worries about Beijing’s willingness to implement sanctions targeting North Korea and Iran’s nuclear activities, diplomats said.

The Security Council sanctions forbid commerce in atomic and missile systems with the North.

“Prohibited ballistic missile-related items are suspected to have been transferred between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and the Islamic Republic of Iran on regular scheduled flights of Air Koryo and Iran Air,” the experts stated.

“For the shipment of cargo, like arms and related materiel, whose illicit nature would become apparent on any cursory physical inspection, (North) Korea seems to prefer chartered cargo flights,” the document says.

Chartered cargo flights typically travel “from or to air cargo hubs which lack the kind of monitoring and security to which passenger terminals and flights are now subject,” according to the report.

A number of envoys to the Security Council said Beijing was not pleased with the experts’ findings and was expected to use its position as a council veto-holder to block the report’s publication. Currently, only the 15 nations on the Security Council are permitted to view the report.

The Chinese representative on the expert panel did not give his approval to the report, envoys said.

China has a history of using its position to block publication of U.N. reports that are critical of North Korea, a longtime ally. The Chinese mission to the United Nations did not comment on the matter (Louis Charbonneau, Reuters, May 14).

“The Chinese expert refused to sign the report, under pressure from Beijing, and this raises serious issues about a panel of experts that is supposed to be free from political interference,” one high-level U.N. envoy told the New York Times (Dan Bilefsky, New York Times, May 14).

New hints of Tehran’s collaboration with the Pyongyang on missile development developed from an October 2010 military parade in which the North unveiled a new Nodong missile warhead, Reuters quoted the experts as saying (see GSN, Oct. 13, 2010). The warhead possessed “a strong design similarity with the Iranian Shahab 3 triconic warhead,” they noted.

There does not seem to be any concrete proof that Myanmar has been establishing an illicit atomic program with support from Pyongyang, the report says. The Panel of Experts in the past has addressed the suspected nuclear collaboration. In this document they did not rule out the claims and indicated “extreme caution” could be necessary to block potential proliferation activities by the two states (see GSN, April 12).

“While acknowledging the possibility that Myanmar was the end user of this dual-use equipment, several experts also raised the possibility that it was serving as a transshipment point for delivery to (North Korea),” the document says.

The potential for North to provide weapon-usable nuclear substances or atomic equipment to foreign nations continues to be a worry and poses “new challenges to international nonproliferation efforts,” the experts wrote.

Pyongyang has been accused by Israel, the United States and other nations of illicitly aiding Syria in building an atomic reactor that was demolished in a 2007 Israeli airstrike before it could go live. The Syrian government dismisses the accusations, which are being probed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (see GSN, May 2).

The experts also said Pyongyang’s uranium enrichment program, which the regime insists is for atomic energy production, is “primarily for military purposes.” The aspiring nuclear power “should be compelled to abandon its uranium enrichment program and that all aspects of the program should be placed under international monitoring,” the report advises (Charbonneau, Reuters, May 14).

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Lord, I come in all the humility you can give me and ask for a covering of mercy from your throne of grace in this hour.  You alone know the significance of my dream from last night.  And while I know the skies are prophetically filled with the balls of bees from those who hate our nation, I know that you love us and that we are in covenant with you.  Our enemies are your enemies.  You fight our battles when we depend totally upon You.  No one else can save us but you.  So, I unite my heart with the reader of this post and pray and intercede.  Have mercy Lord and show us what we are to do.  In Jesus’ name, amen.

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