The Rosatom Doomsday Prophecy

With the nuclear explosion in Russia, that resulted in two deaths, the Cold-Cyber Doomsday War that I predicted in my novel ‘The Royal Janitor’ has come true. As a Rosicrucian Master, that was once hidden, I have the ability to travel to all places on earth, employing Remote Viewing that I suspect Jonah employed. A group of Hippies associated with the Brotherhood of Eternal Love developed our remote viewing skills in order to prevent a nuclear war. I have moved objects and played chess with armed men for the life of another. There exist the possibility of Psychic Sabotage.

I can not say anymore in this blog. More will be revealed in my book, my movie, and my play-station game ‘The Royal Janitor. The Psychic Mobius Circle will be employed against the Russian Troll Farm who have plans to hack our elections. I believe I know how, but dare not say unless they go round. I am asking Meg Whitman and Steven Spielberg to help create my video game, and six minute movies,  so loyal American Citizen can help defend America – and the free world! The True Rose of the World will arrive at the epicenter of the Rose Labyrinth before the enemies of Democracy!

So be it!

John Presco ‘Master of the Rose Cross’

 

https://www.foxnews.com/world/russia-nuclear-missile-explosion-radiation-sickness

London and Moscow (CNN)An explosion. An abruptly-canceled village evacuation. Five dead nuclear experts. And a few traces of radioactive iodine in the air over the northern Norwegian coastline.

These are the fingerprints of what appears to have been Russia’s latest failed bid to test its Burevestnik missile, also known as Skyfall.
It’s claimed by its owner, Russian President Vladimir Putin, to have unlimited range and be able to outflank all US air defenses. But this month, it proved, for a Kremlin keen to emphasize its growing military muscle, yet another high-profile hiccup.
It wouldn’t be the first time that a test of the missile wasn’t entirely successful, according to US officials.
But what is Skyfall? In truth, analysts don’t really know, but their guesswork leads them to believe it’s a form of cruise missile designed around a nuclear reactor.
The spiking of radiation levels in the area, potentially reaching as far away as Norway, lends credibility to the theories.
Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, declined to confirm widespread international speculation that the accident involved a nuclear-powered cruise missile, but said the mishap would not set back Russian efforts to develop advanced military capabilities.
Peskov said that only experts could speak with authority on such matters, but added: “Accidents, unfortunately, happen. They are tragedies. But in this particular case, it is important for us to remember those heroes who lost their lives in this accident.”
Jon Hawkes, associate director of land warfare at Jane’s IHS Markit, said the system could work one of two ways. It could be an “air-breathing engine employing a small nuclear reactor core to heat incoming air that is expelled to generate thrust.”
Or it could be a “nuclear thermal rocket engine, where the nuclear core is used to heat a liquid fuel such as hydrogen before expelling it through a nozzle to produce thrust.”

‘Doomsday weapon’

Yet he added, “given the Russians are claiming unlimited range, then one would assume it has to be along the lines of the first option, as the hydrogen fuel device would have a limit to its range.”
The major problem with the 9M370, or SSC-X-9 Skyfall (as NATO calls it), is the exhaust. You can’t use a nuclear reactor to power a rocket without likely creating a form of dirty bomb on wings.

Russia might be trying to look more to look "more militarily formidable than it is."

“This is a doomsday weapon really,” said Dr Mark Galeotti, from Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies.
“It’s not something that could be deployed in anything other than a full-scale nuclear war. It is a cruise missile that can stay in the air for a long time, but it is belching out radioactive plumes behind it.”
The US indeed had a similar program in the 1960s, called Project Pluto, which was abandoned as they concluded it was too dangerous at the time.
When Putin launched the missile with great fanfare in March 2018 he extolled its unlimited range — that it could circle the globe many times and then fire itself at its target from an unexpected angle, perhaps even days after launch.
Is Putin bothered that it doesn’t appear so far to have worked that well? Not really, said Galeotti.
“Vladimir Putin’s Russia is basically trying to puff itself up,” he said. “It is trying to look more militarily formidable than it is. Although they don’t like the fact that this failed, the fact that we are talking about the latest Russian military technology is definitely something of a plus.”
US officials told CNN it’s been tested a few times, but never fully successfully. How far along the project is, and how big a setback this, is is anyone’s guess.

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