Attention Sleuthes: The Technical equipment that was used to gather the intial data is being witheld from our resident scientist and now it is your
turn to size up and understand the basic picture and from your strength of intuition and psychic sensitivities-- take us to the further clarification
of this potential specific timeline arrival and potential with probable effects -- that we may do a little bracing-- and/or preparation for it all...
You first must see the pictured diagram Viz has put up:
Next: Read his "For the Record" and come up to date with where Enigma is said to be currently coming in from according to the chart:
"10) As previously related in here and in the Enigma
articles, we should be devoting some time to the
area ~2 East and South of Mars. This proposed
object originated from the same E-W area of the
cosmos as V1."
"12) Enigma "overshot" the sun in a non-traditional
perihelion and is now about nine (7) days away from
passing through our area of the solar system.
IR and radioscopes offer
the best chance for a sighting."
Next: Read VizĽs latest post:
"I havenĽt been able to coax newer photos or view times out of those working that area of the sky"
"IĽm still stuck with the closest previous
estimate based upon extrapolation of the data I
had at that time. Hints could be had by watching
Mars for an unexpected "storm" "
Next-- you can pull up a current map/chart of the sky using the latest V1 chart at:
Adjust the chart controls to match the view in VizĽs
1). Set the horizontal tab 2/3 over towards the left...
2). Set the vertical tab 2/3 up from the bottom...
3). Set the zoom tab lined up with/and directly under the vertical central main yellow line in the chart...
Now-- piece it all together...
Viz says to look up to the left and that it is-- (or will be) coming in past Mars...
"Hints could be had by watching Mars for an unexpected "storm" "
--which would have to be in a counterclockwise hairpin loop-turn around the Sun.
[ This brought my wife to ask about the possibility of the Mars moon Phobos entering the picture -- possibly "in tow" as its name means "King of
Let us hear from you...
Print out the charts and compare them side by side to get the picture...
Use multiple browsers and switch back and forth so it becomes clear...