August 25, 2012 – Conflict in the Middle East: Conflicts and disputes in the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Oman, Iran, Pakistan and/or the Strait of Hormuz are predicted for November 23 to 28, 2012; with November 25th and 26th the strongest days.
The Strait of Hormuz is a narrow channel at the mouth of the Persian Gulf, which is less than 15 miles wide. Only a very small portion of this is navigable by large Crude oil super tankers. Any blockage of this critical oil artery would send the price of crude skyrocketing and plunge the worlds economies into Great Depression II.
November 25th and 26th are critical days. Pakistan and/or Iran will, also, be involved. The crisis will involve the Gulf of Oman (just East of the Strait of Hormuz), the Straight itself and the Persian Gulf. War, conflict, insurrection, rebellion, tension and strife are in the air.
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