The 'Bringer of War' Arriving Soon

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posted on Jan, 6 2003 @ 12:37 AM
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With optimism and skeptisism looming over whether Bush will declare war with Iraq, one thing is certain.

The Heavens have provided mankind with answers since we first looked up. We often look to our closest neighbor for guidence and understanding of whats to come.

Day by day as Spring 2003 approaches, Mars will come closer and closer. In fact, it will come so close that it will be the brightest object in the night sky.

On an average biennial meeting with Earth, Mars comes about as close as 45 million miles. But in August of 2003, it will be the closest it has ever been since before the telescope was invented. 34.6 million miles away to be exact.

The Red Planet will become so large that it will easily display its features to the naked eye.

-The Bringer of War

Mars, the Greek god of war, and one of the most prominent and worshipped gods. In early Roman history he was a god of spring, growth in nature, and fertility, and the protector of cattle. Mars is also mentioned as a chthonic god (earth-god) and this could explain why he became a god of death and finally a god of war.

And one more note, The month of "March" is derived from Mars also. Recently it was announced by the Pentagon the we could see a build-up of forces from now until march.

Always remember to look up every once in awhile.
The Iraqis certainly will be soon.
KABOOM!


www.almanac.com...
seds.lpl.arizona.edu...




posted on Jan, 6 2003 @ 05:55 AM
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heh.

however, why build up to march when defence analysts say that the only really viable times to attack are the months January-March due to the weather conditions. Once this period is surpassed it becomes a lot harder for equipment and men to function in that environment for long periods until the end of the year again.

But then, when has this administration ever taken the logical route



posted on Jan, 6 2003 @ 01:11 PM
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I really would like to make fun of a post like that, but with all my dealings with astrology, I dare not doubt the friggin planets! hehehe. I believe a war with Iraq, whether big or small, will take place. I believe that the Earth is a little too unstable right now... too much frustration and too little joy. We seem to be setting ourselves up for a big catastrophy.

From experience, I doubt that anything too big/bad will happen, but all it takes is one idiot in power to screw up the planet. I'll keep my eyes open.



posted on Jan, 7 2003 @ 05:32 AM
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but all it takes is one idiot in power to screw up the planet. I'll keep my eyes open.


*cough*you must have accute myopia if you can't see the number of them already


As for too much frustration and too little joy, well thats just life all over my friend, better get used to it and learn to savour the joy parts. The only way to get rid of frustration is to remove everybody else, then you get to do what you want to when you want to do it and how you want to do it.... could get a bit lonely though sometimes.



posted on Jan, 8 2003 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by Drakke

in August of 2003, it will be the closest it has ever been since before the telescope was invented. 34.6 million miles away to be exact.

The Red Planet will become so large that it will easily display its features to the naked eye.


And that me friends, will mark the start of the great blood bath





 
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