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Some of the Prophecies of Our Lady of the Roses are fast becoming a reality. On March 26, 1983 Our Lady warned, “Russia plans to invade the United States with missiles”. The term “missile” is commonly associated with the much larger ICBM’s and submarine ballistic nuclear missiles. Yet if the term also refers to portable nuclear devices and “briefcase nukes”, this prophecy of Our Lady now appears to be explained and approaching fulfillment.
Threats of nuclear terrorism
One of the latest articles : Apr 11, 2010 – Obama says Nuclear terrorism is the single biggest threat to U.S. In the past there where threats from terrorist bin Laden, and growing evidence that “suitcase nukes” are in the hands of terrorist organizations, may indicate the approaching fulfillment of two Our Lady of the Roses prophecies that Russia plans to invade the United States with “missiles” and a prophetic vision given to Veronica on March 26, 1983 of a nuclear warhead in an abandoned New York City subway tunnel.
KGB defector testifies before Congress In a Congressional hearing in 2000
KGB defector Colonel Stanislav Lunev testified to the presence of small briefcase-sized nuclear devices that have been smuggled into the United States, awaiting a future date when they will be used by KGB agents. Following are excepts as taken from Newsmax, January 25, 2000: Los Angeles – Stanislav Lunev, the highest-ranking Soviet spy ever to defect, warned members of Congress Monday a pre-emptive nuclear strike by Russia on American soil is a real possibility.
At a House Committee on Government Reform hearing here, the one-time colonel in Soviet and then Russian Federation military intelligence, gave a chilling presentation of his country’s Cold War plans to defeat the United States. Under federal witness protection, Lunev was escorted into the hearing room with a black bag covering his head. From behind a screen to shield him from the view of the audience, Lunev testified Soviet generals had designed a special plan for the future war against America and its allies in which special-operation forces commanders would come to the United States and other NATO countries a few days, maybe even a few hours before actual war. Lunev said one of his espionage assignments had been to scout “drop sites” for weapons caches.