Is It Significant That The USS John S. McCain Was Damaged In A Collision On The Same Day As The Solar Eclipse? – Michael Snyder THE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE BLOG
Is It Significant That The USS John S. McCain Was Damaged In A Collision On The Same Day As The Solar Eclipse?
Posted: 22 Aug 2017 Michael Snyder THE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE BLOG
Could it be possible that it wasn’t just a “coincidence” that a naval vessel named the USS “John S. McCain” was severely damaged on the exact same day as “the Great American Eclipse”?
I have previously written about how solar eclipses have long been believed to be warnings that judgment is coming upon a nation, and this eclipse was the first in all of U.S. history to only be seen within the borders of our own country. Tens of millions of Americans looked up into the sky to watch this eclipse take place, but it certainly wasn’t the only historic event to happen on Monday. When a 600 foot long oil tanker rammed into the USS John S. McCain, according to local time it was already August 21st. Many are wondering if these two events could be related somehow.
Of all the members of Congress, Senator John McCain has long been considered the most outspoken advocate for the aggressive use of U.S. military might.
And of all the vessels in the U.S. Navy, it was a ship bearing his name that was involved in this collision. Of course this warship was not actually named after Senator McCain. Rather, the destroyer was named after Admiral John S. McCain, Sr. and Admiral John S. McCain Jr.
You see, Senator McCain’s grandfather and father were both high ranking admirals, and that is how we got a destroyer with Senator McCain’s name on it. If you are not familiar with the accident by now, the following account from the Daily Mail is a pretty good summary…
Could it be possible that the USS John McCain was used as a symbol to warn us that some sort of disastrous war or military incident is coming if we don’t change our ways?
Also on Monday we learned that after 16 years (8 + 8) in Afghanistan, the U.S. military will be making a renewed commitment to that conflict. This is already America’s longest war by a wide margin, and there is no end in sight.
To me, it definitely feels like we have reached a “turning point”. Like the rest of you, I don’t know exactly what is going to happen next, but I have written about the extraordinary confluence of events that are going to happen over a 40 day period beginning with the eclipse and ending with Yom Kippur on September 30th.