Here is a quote from "The Dream Mine Story", by Norman C. Pierce:

Bishop Koyle spoke of Russia invading Turkey at this time to gain the Dardenelle-Bosporus Waterway. He said that at this time there would be trouble in Palestine or the MidEast, which in turn would cause war to erupt in the Balkans as Russia made a great military push toward Palestine and practically wiped Turkey off the European part of the map. This war would be brought to our coast line, but we would not be invaded at this time. However, a Russian invasion of the U.S. and Canada would come later.

Now for a recent news article that gives a second confirmation of this future Russian attack on Turkey. A link to the article will be shown at the end.

A rabbi says it would fulfil a centuries-old prophecy by his famous ancestor Vilna Gaon, who is hailed as one the most influential Jewish leaders in modern history.

It has come to light as renewed conflict in rebel-held eastern Ukraine threatens to erupt into all-out war.

Vladimir Putin has sent tanks and heavy artillery to the border as Nato allies fear Russia is planning an invasion.

Analysts have warned the conflict could drag in the US and European nations, as a Putin ally urged him to consider using nukes.

The worrying escalation in military tension has been cited by scholars as the fulfilment of Vilna Gaon's prophecy made in the 18th century.

The cleric - also known as Rabbi Elijah of Vilna - was a leading interpreter of religious texts and one of the most influential Jewish figures since the Middle Ages.

He is said to have handed down a prophecy to his son that said: "When you hear that the Russians have captured the city of Crimea, you should know that the times of the Messiah have started, that his steps are being heard.

"And when you hear that the Russians have reached the city of Constantinople, you should put on your Shabbat clothes and don't take them off, because it means that the Messiah is about to come any minute."

While Christians believe Jesus Christ was the Messiah, Jews believe the promised saviour who will transform the nations of the Earth is yet to come.

Russian forces have not yet entered Constantinople - now called Istanbul - although they have come into conflict with Turkish forces in Syria.

And Putin's troops annexed the Crimean peninsular in 2014 after civil war broke out in the Russian-speaking Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.

Vilna Goan's prophecy was brought to light by his great-grandson Rabbi Pinchas Winston, an author who specialises in theories about the end of days.

He says the alarming situation in Eastern Europe seems to parallel the war of Gog and Magog, the opponents of God mentioned in some apocalyptic Biblical texts.

"It is known that the Gog and Magog will come from the north," Rabbi Winston said.

"The Hebrew word for 'north' also implies 'hidden'."

He also noted that war between Turkey and Russia was predicted to happen before Gog and Magog.

"The two nations have faced off before," he said.

"Each time is like the building of a tower of explosives.

"It may seem like small events set off major conflicts but in every case, the conditions were all in place, waiting for a spark to set them off."

Other scholars have also linked Russia with with the Biblical invader Gog.

In the early 19th century, some Hasidic rabbis identified Napoleon's invasion of Russia as "The War of Gog and Magog".

Others in the 20th century suggested the Soviet Union was the Gog figure that could trigger the end of the world.

The theory resurfaced amid new fears that Moscow is massing a force capable of invading its neighbour.

The full article can be found at The Irish Sun.