A report came out that the US DoD released a previously classified video of the IRGC rocket attack January 8, 2020, on the Iraqi Ayn al-Asad airbase being used by US forces. That IRGC rocket attack was a reaction to Soleimani’s assassination five days earlier.
The released video (which is downloadable here) is a reminder of one of the Persian Ram’s capabilities to pull off the Second Signpost. That capability is that the Persian ram, as it runs out across the Middle East per Daniel 8:4, can indeed take out American military land assets with pinpoint accuracy. Note in the photo below taken the next day after the attack how each building was destroyed in its exact center.
Since the rocket attack occurred at night, the video is in night-vision, and evidently shot from a drone. The drone was looking to the south since the rockets, though coming in from the left side of the screen, actually came from the east.
Though the photo supposedly tells us the Persian Ram has the capability to hit its targets at will, the video gives us a better perspective as to the conditions people might experience when the Persian Ram finally makes its run to the west, north, and south. Just like a charging and butting ram shocks the people or animals the ram strikes, so to, the IRGC will be shocking the Mideast population in the first hours and days of the Second Signpost.
You might want to play and watch the video several times. The rocket bomb payloads streaking in from the sky might have seemed like a raining hell, terrifying to those on the ground. The rockets were evidently moving faster than the speed of sound so there would be many sonic booms. These sonic booms would precede each explosion made by a half-ton bomb. The news report also mentions US military personnel thought they were going to die.
The Second Signpost is coming. It will terrorize the Middle East. It will cause economic chaos in much of the rest of the world. It will likely bring about the fall that the USA is being set up for with the public debt now half again larger than its GDP.