By Irvin Baxter
The entire Middle East is absolutely loaded with one complicated problem after another. Syria now has non-nuke EMP bombs; EMP stands for Electronic Magnetic Pulse. The traditional EMP bomb is simply a nuclear bomb, but instead of it being detonated five thousand feet over your target, it’s detonated 300 miles in the air. And when this bomb goes off, it blankets maybe half of an entire nation with these electronic magnetic pulse effects; this results in melting all electronics. It’s claimed that these bombs have the ability to make an entire country go absolutely dark—cut off all the power; causing all electronic devices—cell phones, computers, radios to totally fry.
Thrown Into Dark Ages
Something very interesting has developed recently, and that’s where we are going to pick this up. On September 26, 2013, Syrian President, Bashar Assad, said that Syria possess “more advanced weaponry, which can serve as a deterrent, and blindside Israel within seconds.” He says that they don’t mind letting go of their chemical weapons because they are outdated anyway. And since then, he has moved to cooperate completely with the United Nations with the abolishment of Syria’s chemical weaponry. Even John Kerry, our Secretary of State commended him because he was cooperating so much and so fully with the inspectors that were coming in. But was Bashar Assad tipping his hand with this one little statement? Was it an accident? Was it on purpose? All we know is he claims that they can blindside Israel within seconds. By letting this slip or by voluntarily disclosing it to warn Israel that Syria could blindside them, Assad admitted Syria likely possesses non-nuclear conventional electric magnetic pulse weapons. Ladies and gentleman, understand that if this is true then Syria has the ability to melt all of the electronic circuitry in the nation of Israel so that none of her rockets would fire—all planes and electronics would malfunction, radars would be gone, and everything would be thrown back into the dark ages. Israel probably knows that it’s true, and if this is true then this could certainly be a drive for Benjamin Netanyahu to do everything he can to get a peace deal that would be acceptable to all of Israel’s neighbors and International Community.
WWIII is Coming
We know there is a war coming in the Middle East; the Bible says there is. It will emanate from the Euphrates River. If EMP weapons are used, we don’t even know what the outcome will be. Let me read this article to you. As explained in previous articles, a nuclear EMP bomb is merely a regular nuclear weapon and is ignited 50 kilometers above the earth. 50 kilometers would be something like 35 miles. These don’t kill people but kill electronics. Instead of 1-5 kilometers above the ground where it would kill many people, non-nuclear EMP bombs are microwave-emitting weapons, which electronically fry a much smaller electronic kilo radius than a nuclear EMP bomb would. But a conditional EMP bomb has the same end result in that it totally destroys any electronics in a given target zone. That’s mind-boggling but that’s what they claim. The reason I had not raised this issue previously is because it is the likeliest critical element to any possible strike on Iran. In other words, if Israel is going to strike Iran, then most likely Israel is going to have such a weapon and it’s going to be able to blind the eyes of the radar of Iran so they can move in with impunity and absolutely attack everything they want to at will. But since Assad has let the cat out of the bag, it must now be discussed openly. Now the author of this particular article is stating that since it’s an open secret we might as well talk about it.
Prophecy in Isaiah
Could this be the reason for the prophecy of Isaiah 17? It says,
The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap. The cities of Aroer are forsaken: they shall be for flocks, which shall lie down, and none shall make them afraid. The fortress also shall cease from Ephraim, and the kingdom from Damascus, and the remnant of Syria: they shall be as the glory of the children of Israel, saith the Lord of hosts (Isaiah 17:1-3, KJV).
Though we can’t say for certain that this correlates with the prophecy in Isaiah, it very well could be. It will certainly become clearer as things in the Middle East develop.