Modern Survival Blog predicts an attack on Iran on October 15--the night of the new moon. The author also adds:
As reported on ZeroHedge.com, “This will be one of the only times in history when the US has had three aircraft carriers in close proximity to [Iran]“. The U.S. aircraft carrier CVN-74 Stennis had silently left its shore leave early and has been headed toward the Arabian Sea to join up with the aircraft carrier group CVN-65 Enterprise and the CVN-69 Eisenhower off the coast of Iran. Let that sink in for a moment… THREE aircraft carrier groups together. That is A-LOT of firepower.(Update: October 16, 2012) -- The date has come and gone, so I'm going to hazard a guess and say this prediction was wrong--at least as to an air strike. Israel may be waiting to see what how the election turns out, and whether they will have U.S. support.
The USS John C. Stennis apparently left port on Monday, Oct-1, and will likely join up with the others after its approximate 2-week journey. A typical cruising speed of 20 knots will bring it there around October 14, more or less. Interesting isn’t it?