On 4 April 2017, the CNN online news site posted an article, “Suspected gas attack in Syria reportedly kills dozens.”
A few days later, and on 6 April 2017, the VOX online article quoted a Department of Defense official saying, “Dozens of Tomahawks were launched against a single Syrian regime airfield.”
On 13 April 2017, the Yahoo online article quoted the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe saying that “North Korea may have the capacity to launch a warhead loaded with sarin nerve gas.”
I don’t have the answers from a political or defence security perspective, but if you asked me on my opinion from the Elements of Numbers (EON) principles, then I might have an explanation of the reasons for potential increasing chemical warfare this year.
Let me quoted a sentence from an article posted on 1 Jan 2017, forecasting the global impact for this year, “This is something that everyone’s hoping it would not happen at all. That is the accidental or intentional use of hydrogen-like bombs and introduction of chemical or gaseous warfare.”
Well, in case you aren’t aware, you can find that sentence in my article “Numerological Predictive Observations 2017.” It is something I don’t take pride in the forecasting, but because of my understanding that certain events might arise during a year as a result of the presence of the patterns, including elements and numbers. It is essential, from EON research and sharing of knowledge, to highlight the tendencies and potential impacts that might affect us when such unfortunate and unnecessary events happened. Oh… by the way, you might want to check out my forecast article again and find out why some countries are experiencing heavy snow, devastating hurricanes, chilling weather, accidents arising from falling from heights, and excessive flooding; and why there has been an increasing awareness on immunological symptoms, and preventive health measures. Or the potential threat from North Korea on their hydrogen bomb test.
From my understanding and observations on the 2017 yearly energies, the worst has yet to come, in terms of chemical warfare and military attacks. There are extra signs indicating “heavier” rebuttal attacks later this year, and more so, potentially in 2018.
Once again, I hope my observation is wrong, as any military, cyber, or terrorist attack on any country is inappropriate, and unnecessary. More so, because it could have the detrimental global impact on everyone living on this planet. After all, we are closely-linked together in this world – by land, sea, and air.
There are signs suggesting many superpower countries and companies aiming to be the number 1 (2017=1), showing off their supremacy, military capabilities, and political (and corporate) leadership. These might lead to the beliefs that “there can only be one leader, and that’s me and no one else” thinking. And the solitary way for them to ensure such sustainability, is to eradicate competitions. Hmm… that reminded me of the phrase, “If I cannot win you, I’ll beat you” approach in solving problems. That means we might expect more military and terrorists’ attacks; and for businesses, more companies buying over their competitors for strategic sustainability purpose, and not about expansion of product range.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun