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Earth to have close brush with comet

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posted on May, 23 2006 @ 10:49 AM
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You are forgetting one important part of "evidence"...

He was contacted by ET's and told what was going to happen, you know, the ET's told him exclusively about this event. So... OF COURSE its going to happen... he even used some of NASA's models to prove NASA wrong.... yeah... right....

I think NASA would notice stuff in their own models. They are not idiots, they are the best astronomists or country has to offer (as well as other countries). And, how come no one else has made "predictions" like this?

Eric Julien is a total fraud.




posted on May, 23 2006 @ 10:52 AM
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Hey cmdrkeenkid, check this video out....


www.spacetelescope.org...

Its pretty. Alot of cool videos on this site (I dunno if you have ever seen it.)



crt

posted on May, 23 2006 @ 12:44 PM
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Apparently there is nothing unusual happening at the Naval ports on the east coast, I guess they don't know about it, I hope somebody tells them before its too late.



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 12:56 PM
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The US Government is not about to allow a ginormous wave to kill off 1/4 of its population, This including all of washington, new york, philadelphia, etc. That being said, if something were coming, people would know. The media would find out somehow. Come on, put two and two together.

That being said, the fact that NO major news circuits have dared carry this story, and NASA continues to object to possible impact, should relax everyone's nerves. We are supposed to know weeks in advance if something will directly hit us, and it is aparently 2-3 days away.

Don't worry, we are definitely safe. Of course, we should prolly worry more about the July 3 passing of that other comet. even still, that comet is projected to pass a little farther away than the moon.



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 02:37 PM
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CAUTION : Put on tin hats before entering ...


www.spiritdaily.com...

This is a mix of New Age, Astrology, and Catholicism ...
strange bedfellows to say the least. It give meanings
to the name of the comet, where it is and those meanings,
etc.


First the name Wachmann means "watchman" Schassmann means "silent
or voiceless" in that regard. We are certainly in a time of vigilance. Moreover, the
closest fragment to earth was one that was curiously heart-shaped; the comet
itself was discovered in 1930, on the eve of the Divine Mercy revelations.

As a friend of ours notes: "It is fragmenting just as it prepares for its closest
encounter with the earth on May 25th. It is not a coincidence the comet is
disintegrating as it closes on its encounter with earth. It is green in color which is
unusual for comets and the color of St. Michael. Thirdly, it is exiting from the Ring
Nebula, M57, also known as the "Eye of God".


Those up on Catholicism and Catholic prophecy will understand what was said,
but I'll translate for all you non-catholic 'heathens' (just teasing!
)

It was discovered on Divine Mercy Eve. The Divine Mercy revelations are
when Christ appeared to St. Faustina and told her that he will come soon.
That now is a time of His Mercy, but then will come His Justice. (St.)
Pope John Paul II had his favorite feast being Divine Mercy and one of
the revelations Christ gave to ST. Faustina was that just before Christ
came again, a 'spark' from Poland would light the way for his second
coming.

Green - the color of St. Michael. St. Michael the Arc ANgel is the one that
went to war against the evil angels in Heaven and kicked them out. The
green comet is mentioned as being the color of St. Michael because he is
associated with 'cleaning house' and taking out the trash ... chastisement
upon the heathen masses on earth .. that sort of thing.

'Eye of God' nebula ... self explainatory. God's watching us .. and He
doesn't like what he sees going on down here.

(Frankly, I'm not too happy with what's going on down here either)

[edit on 5/23/2006 by FlyersFan]



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 02:58 PM
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The reason for the breaking up of this comet was its last circling around the sun. It got too close, causing a fracture in the nucleus of the comet, resulting in its shatter (true, a theory, but a pretty solid one).

God, IMO, is not one to destroy that which he created. What for? He gave us free will, and with it comes the consequences of destroying ourselves (if that ever happens). So, how can God interfere with a creation that he gave free will to? Wouldn't that contradict Himself?



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by Mouth
The US Government is not about to allow a ginormous wave to kill off 1/4 of its population, This including all of washington, new york, philadelphia, etc. That being said, if something were coming, people would know. The media would find out somehow. Come on, put two and two together.

That being said, the fact that NO major news circuits have dared carry this story, and NASA continues to object to possible impact, should relax everyone's nerves. We are supposed to know weeks in advance if something will directly hit us, and it is aparently 2-3 days away.

Don't worry, we are definitely safe. Of course, we should prolly worry more about the July 3 passing of that other comet. even still, that comet is projected to pass a little farther away than the moon.


I agree. It also mentions in the NT that when this horrible thing comes rumbling out of the heavens (whenever it does - I have no idea and don't worry about it) that man will be seeking shelter in caves, in mountains; in the wilderness. We're all gonna be hiding from the fire (comet) and the water (tsunamis, tidal waves from the impact). This totally makes sense if you believe the Wormwood/Planet X scenario. Me, I'm gonna stand right at ground zero and be one of the first to be taken out. Who in their right mind would want to be here after what happens? It will be hell on earth and those living will wish they were dead.



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
This is a mix of New Age, Astrology, and Catholicism ...
strange bedfellows to say the least.


ahhh, astrology and new age..........
as a Catholic, you know what the Church thinks of these two, right?
In alot of ways we're alike FF!
Good Catholics with an interest in the supernatural.........the "good" supernatural.



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 03:29 PM
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Sigh....

I am religious, but I am practically religious.

Scientific studies continue to close the gap of the gods (or gap of God?) Numbers are numbers, and they are infallable (1+1=2, most definitely does not = 3.)

These comets are passing like 6 million miles away. Even the one on July 3rd is expected to be outside of the moons orbital path.

So... no bible or any other scripture can go against what is definite numbers.

Question: if God was so against what we are doing to ourselves, where was he during WW II? or any other war for that matter? Why now?



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 03:40 PM
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Originally posted by Mouth
Question: if God was so against what we are doing to ourselves, where was he during WW II? or any other war for that matter? Why now?


Maybe he's just fed up. Maybe man has pushed God's buttons to the limit.
Maybe WWII is nothing compared to what we can really do to eachother.
Maybe he's waiting for major blood to be shed (I'm talking an entire country [not just a city or two]/billions of people wiped off the map in a minute). Something tells me he's waiting for us to make the next move.....and we will. Or they will....



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 04:06 PM
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Maybe we will still get a light show out of this at the very least. Anyone know if this is still possible? Has anyone seen increased meteor activity? It was mostly overcast in my area last night, so I could not of seen anything anyways. It should be clear tonight so I will step out on my back porch every 30 minutes or so. I got the camera loaded with film, a decent telescope and binocs, hopefully we get some action.....



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 07:55 PM
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Originally posted by Mouth
Of course, we should prolly worry more about the July 3 passing of that other comet. even still, that comet is projected to pass a little farther away than the moon.


Yeah, I wouldn't even bother worrying about that at all. Not a chance it'll impact this pass in the slightest.


Originally posted by Mouth
Numbers are numbers, and they are infallable (1+1=2, most definitely does not = 3.)


Unless, of course, you believe in an infinite universe, in which case, there would be infinite probabilities, which would correllate to 1 + 1 = 3 just as often as it equals 2 (or any other number, for that matter
)


Originally posted by redbrotherqing
Maybe we will still get a light show out of this at the very least. Anyone know if this is still possible? Has anyone seen increased meteor activity?


Nothing out of the ordinary here, and I don't think we'll get the good meteor shower from this until 2022. A bit far off, but something to look forward to for sure.



I got the camera loaded with film, a decent telescope and binocs, hopefully we get some action.....


Awesome. If you want to post some pics on ATS, I'll be more than willing to host them for you. And, out of curiosity, what sort of equipment do you have?



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 08:23 PM
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Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid


I got the camera loaded with film, a decent telescope and binocs, hopefully we get some action.....


Awesome. If you want to post some pics on ATS, I'll be more than willing to host them for you. And, out of curiosity, what sort of equipment do you have?


I have a Canon F1 with 2 lenses that I recieved as a birthday present, I wanted to get into photography as a hobby but life got in the way. I don't have much experience. I've been meaning to go take some courses. As for my telescope I will sheepishly admit it is one of those mead wal-fart numbers. It's fun to poke around with and I can see saturns rings (about the size of a dime thru the eyepiece, lol). One day when I can devote more time I will get a real telescope. My binocs are just a old generic pair I bumed off my stepdad years ago, he birdwatches (yawn). If I get any good pics I'll be sure to post them or send them to you.



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 08:32 PM
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Originally posted by redbrotherqing
I have a Canon F1 with 2 lenses that I recieved as a birthday present, I wanted to get into photography as a hobby but life got in the way. I don't have much experience. I've been meaning to go take some courses. As for my telescope I will sheepishly admit it is one of those mead wal-fart numbers. It's fun to poke around with and I can see saturns rings (about the size of a dime thru the eyepiece, lol). One day when I can devote more time I will get a real telescope. My binocs are just a old generic pair I bumed off my stepdad years ago, he birdwatches (yawn). If I get any good pics I'll be sure to post them or send them to you.


The Canon F1 is one of those oldies, but goodies... I have two Pentax cameras that I use that hail from the early 70s, which, I think is the same era the F1 came from. May be wrong about that, though. The rest of it, while not the best, is definitely better than nothing, ya know? If you have about 700 dollars to spend, I'd suggest getting an Orion SkyQuest XT10 IntelliScope

Astrophotography is one of those things that takes A LOT of skill to work out. Be patient if what you come up with at first isn't that great.

[edit on 5/23/2006 by cmdrkeenkid]



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 09:30 PM
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Astronomy does not have to be very expensive. for 200 bucks you can
put together a decent scope. All you need really is a sonotube and a couple of
mirrors, there are plenty of kits and and do it yourself manuals to get anybody
going for cheap.



posted on May, 24 2006 @ 06:08 AM
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Originally posted by zerotolerance
ahhh, astrology and new age..........
as a Catholic, you know what the Church thinks of these two, right?


Yes I do, absolutely. That's why I said to put on a tin foil hat before
entering that site. I have read some of the books that the author of
that site has put out. He's a conservative Catholic, but he's caught
up in the Chastisement prophecies too much and is looking for too
many 'signs of the times' where there are none. Some of his stuff
comes dangerously close to New Age (as well as being sensationalistic
and promoting fear).

I'm not slamming all you New Agers out there.
I'm saying that New Age doesn't belong in the
Catholic church and his stuff is too close to New Age.



posted on May, 24 2006 @ 04:33 PM
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Originally posted by TheHorseChestnut
Astronomy does not have to be very expensive. for 200 bucks you can
put together a decent scope. All you need really is a sonotube and a couple of
mirrors, there are plenty of kits and and do it yourself manuals to get anybody
going for cheap.




TheHorseChestnut,
Have you heard of the old man that has discovered a ridiculous amount of comets? I was watching a show on the science channel a few weeks ago and they had him on. I forget his name. I know he is from Australia. Anyways, he made his telescope from odds and ends he found, most expensive parts where the lenses. He discovered most of his comets with this homemade telescope. When I get the time I am going to build my own. I get much more satisfaction building something myself then I do just unboxing something. Plus, repairs and adjustments are a breeze.



posted on May, 24 2006 @ 10:27 PM
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Well, it's almost tomorrow on the East Coast. In some parts of the world it's already the 25th. Looks like we have about 30 hours before this nutjob is wrong... I mean until aliens redirect the comet fragment and save us all.





posted on May, 24 2006 @ 11:13 PM
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Originally posted by TheHorseChestnut
Astronomy does not have to be very expensive. for 200 bucks you can
put together a decent scope. All you need really is a sonotube and a couple of
mirrors, there are plenty of kits and and do it yourself manuals to get anybody
going for cheap.


I saw an 18 inch glass porthole on ebay a while back, seems like it was a couple hundred bucks, but I heard grinding your own mirror is hideous... I don't know how in the world you would be able to keep a perfect concave or figure out your focal length if you ground your own mirror but an 18' scope would be worth it I bet.



posted on May, 24 2006 @ 11:18 PM
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Originally posted by twitchy
...but an 18' scope would be worth it I bet.


Yes, yes it is...


(Picture taken at the ATS Great Lakes Meet Up in August 2004)




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