Psychic spies warned US officials of Iranian nukes years ago. Now new warnings are being issued by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Will Israel attack Iran? An updated report.
7 November 2011
(STARpod.us) — A new report from the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency will warn that Iran is now capable of building nuclear warheads.
STARstream Research previously reported a prediction that Iran will assemble a nuclear arsenal — possibly prior to conducting actual weapons tests — according to a psychic spy AMP “anomalous mental phenomenon” source in the United Kingdom, who previously worked with U.S. intelligence persons on terror and state sponsored terror targets, including nuclear sites in Iran.
Our AMP source is warning of a secret stockpile of weapons. He is also warning, “they will be used,” unless the Iranian program is halted soon. The source warned U.S. intelligence persons several years ago about the Iranian nuclear threat.
Last year, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told Voice of America Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps are taking too great a role in the governing of Iran, pushing the nation towards a military-run dictatorship.
Clinton has referred to Iran as the “largest supporter of terrorism in the world today,” according to an article by Fox News.
The United Nation’s IAEA report is expected to send a major a shock wave into the international community, which is determined to prevent a nuclear arms race in the volatile region. Fears of an Israeli preemptive strike destabilizing the region have been heightened by talk of the potential for use of tactical nuclear weapons to take out suspected nuclear facilities.
The use of sanctions against Iran remain the preferred method of deterring Iranian development of an atomic weapon, according to U.S. officials.
CNN has reported that sources familiar with the new IAEA report claim the report will detail new evidence of Iranian intention to secretly build nuclear weapons of mass destruction, including computer models of an atomic bomb, contradicting Iranian claims their only interest is in developing a peaceful nuclear energy industry. CNN’s anonymous sources report Iran has made significant progress towards building a nuclear arsenal.
An alleged attempt to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States in Washington, D.C., without regard to the loss of innocent American lives, is being cited as further evidence of nefarious Iranian intentions towards the west.
A psychic source to STARpod.org, who claims to have been involved in the post-9/11 psychic spy program — allegedly conducted by the NSA and the DIA several years ago — believes the Iranians may already be producing atomic warheads. According to our psychic spy source, a covert program may already be in place and stockpiling an arsenal at a hidden location. The source told STARpod.org that the Iranians have more than one secret underground weapons factory. The source claims to have been tasked to use psychic perception to determine the location of secret Iranian nuclear facilities in 2002.
Another independent psychic spy source to STARstream Research believes the U.S. State Department under Hillary Clinton approved the retargeting of U.S. Navy submarine launched nuclear-armed ballistic missiles against Iranian targets.
It is possible that Israel will attempt to destroy the Iranian nuclear program in a surprise air attack, with or without approval from the west. Israeli leadership remains divided on the benefit of an airstrike, given the expected retaliation might send the entire region into all-out war. Previous airstrikes against nuclear sites in Iraq and more recently in Syria were conducted without notice.
If Israel fails to deter Iranian nuclear ambitions, the psychic spy sources remain convinced that Iran will obtain an offensive nuclear arsenal in the near future.
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In 2009, Iran confirmed they had a secret nuclear facility.
The most disturbing psychic reports include “visions of a mushroom cloud” detonated above ground. Nuclear weapons tests normally are conducted underground as the result of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
Last year, North Korea tested a nuclear device, which was detected by its seismic signature.
It is possible for Iran to build a nuclear arsenal without test detonating a device first, given the alleged atomic device might be based upon highly enriched uranium.
As Jeffrey Park, writing for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists explains, “The technology for a uranium 235 bomb is so simple, relatively speaking, that such a device need not be tested. To wit, the United States dropped the uranium 235 Hiroshima bomb without testing its design in a controlled detonation.”
On August 6, 1945, the United States exploded the “Little Boy” uranium-based fission atomic bomb over Hiroshima, Japan.
The explosive force unleashed by this bomb, the first uranium device ever donated, exceeded 13,000 tons of TNT.
Other reports have discussed alleged Iranian research to develop more sophisticated weapons designs, capable of being carried by Iranian missile technology.
In November of 2009, The Guardian reported that the IAEA had uncovered evidence that Iranian scientists had been working on an advanced “two-point implosion” device.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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