Israel Strikes Military Positions in Golan Heights

Israeli military confirmed it attacked three military positions in Syria hours after it shot down a Syrian drone that infiltrated Israeli airspace

The Israeli military attacked three military positions in Syria Wednesday night, the Israeli army reported. Syrian state media also reported that Israeli aircraft fired missiles targeting Syrian army positions in Quneitra province.

The Israeli army confirmed that it struck the Syrian targets in response to a Syrian drone that infiltrated Israeli airspace earlier on Wednesday. Israel shot down the drone.

Israel attacks Syrian targets, July 11, 2018. Video provided by Israel Defense Forces spokesperson’s

The Israeli army said the unmanned aerial vehicle was intercepted by the missile after infiltrating 10 kilometers Israeli territory, and was shot down over the Sea of Galilee.

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The attack late Wednesday night was near Hader at the frontier of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and caused only material damages, Syrian state news agency SANA cited a military source as saying.

The Israeli military said Wednesday that it holds the Syrian regime responsible for what it happens on Syrian territory and warned it against attacking Israeli forces.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin later on Wednesday.

“We intercepted [the drone] and we will continue to act firmly against any infiltration, on land or in the air, and we expect everyone to respect [Israel’s] sovereignty and that Syria will observe the separation agreements,” Netanyahu told Putin at the beginning of the meeting.

Diplomatic sources told Haaretz Wednesday evening that Russia has been working to push Iran away from Israel’s border with Syria. The sources said that while Iranian forces have not completely been ousted from the border area, Moscow is currently acting to carry out the process.

Major Earth Changes: Safety Concerns Lead To Emergency Closure Near Jenny Lake In Grand Teton National Park

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A highly popular area near Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming has been closed to the public for the immediate future due to concerns over expanding cracks and fissures in a large rock formation, park officials said Tuesday evening.

The National Park Service implemented an emergency closure in the Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point areas on the west side of Jenny Lake for human safety. Some recently expanding cracks and fissures have been identified in a large rock buttress above the Hidden Falls viewing area, a park release said.

“Human safety is our No. 1 priority, and with an abundance of caution we are temporarily closing this area until we can properly assess the situation,” said Superintendent David Vela.

Those familiar with the site, specifically park rangers and personnel with Exum Mountain Guides, identified the cracks and fissures and determined the situation to be a possible safety hazard. The notable changes in the rock over the past 24 hours spurred park rangers to implement a temporary closure and initiate a risk assessment with subject-matter experts.

Exum Mountain Guides are relocating their practice school services to another location, and shuttle boat and scenic cruises with Jenny Lake Boating will continue to operate. Visitors are able to ride the boat to the west shore, hike Cascade Canyon or around the lake, and enjoy some areas of the west shore as well as the front country areas of the Jenny Lake Complex.

It is unknown how long the closure at Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point areas will be in place.

COMET EXPLODES!!! Could this be what my dream meant?

I don’t know what to think about this new development.  I’m still kind of in shock after watching Pastor Begley’s video this morning.  I’ll include my Feburary dream video below.  Mind you, I’m always looking for Rosh Hashanna to be the start of the last of God’s prophetic feast days and that this day would be a day that no one knows because the sliver of the moon must be identified by two witnesses to declare the 1st of Tishri.  I am an imminent believer because it’s only the Father who knows when the Bride “is ready.”  But, Rosh Hashanna is significant because this is the day that is prophecied of Christ to being crowned King of kings and Lord of lords.

I don’t know “truly” what my dream was telling me, but I wasn’t expecting PanSTARRS to do this either….  I’ll keep you updated as best I can.

Keep looking up and PUT YOUR GARMENTS ON!!!!!!!


APPROACHING GREEN COMET EXPLODES: A comet that could become visible to the naked eye in August has just exploded in brightness. Amateur astronomer Michael Jäger‎ of Austria reports that Comet PANSTARRS (C/2017 S3) brightened 16-fold during the late hours of July 2nd, abruptly increasing in magnitude from +12 to +9. He took this picture of the comet’s expanding green atmosphere shortly after the outburst:

“The gas cloud around the comet’s nucleus is about 4 arc minutes wide,” says Jäger‎. That means the comet’s atmosphere is 260,000 km in diameter, almost twice as wide as the planet Jupiter. These dimensions make it a relatively easy target for backyard telescopes.

Comet PanSTARRS is falling toward the sun from the Oort cloud, a vast reservoir of fresh comets in the distant outer solar system. It has never visited the inner planets before, and, as a result, no one can say what will happen when its fragile ices are exposed to solar heat as it approaches the sun in August. Previous estimates of the comet’s brightness max out at magnitude +4–that is, barely visible to the unaided eye from dark-sky sites. Additional outbursts could boost its visibility even more.

The comet was discovered on Sept. 23, 2017, by the PanSTARRS telescope on the summit of the Haleakalā volcano in Maui. PanSTARRS’s primary mission is to detect near-Earth asteroids that threaten our planet. In the process,it sweeps up variable stars, supernovas, and comets like this one. With almost a year of data in hand, astronomers have been able to nail down the comet’s orbit. Click on the image to launch an interactive 3D visualization from JPL:

Comet PanSTARRS is approaching the sun on a hyperbolic orbit–a narrow open-ended path that will ultimately fling it back to the outer solar system. At perihelion (closest approach to the sun) on August 15-16, the comet will be inside the orbit of Mercury, blasted by solar radiation at point-blank range. What will happen then? Stay tuned.