posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 01:16 AM
reply to post by DutchBigBoy
In light of the recent russian meteor impact and the multiple meteors, close
asteroid flybys, and even the current comet PAN-STARRS (overhead
in the AZ sky while on vacation here...) this stuff has taken on new relevancy.
Love the Billy Meier tangent - hmmmm.....
"475th contact between Ptaah and Billy
(Excerpt from page 3486 of the original notes; see original *German text below)
Billy: Regarding the Red Meteor that endangers Earth on the 13th of April, 2029 and of which we have already spoken on the 16th of September, I have
been asked about certain things and, therefore, would like to know how big that bloke is.
To my knowledge the terrestrial astronomers have already detected it for quite some time and are calling it Aprophis or something.
It shall either hit Earth in the year 2029, or only whiz past by very closely.
If the second version should occur, it (the meteor) would dangerously reappear in the year 2036, and its close approach to Earth could really lead to
a catastrophe if the scientists undertake nothing against it or if there is no change in the meteor's trajector..."