posted on May, 30 2011 @ 08:36 PM
This comet is affecting the Earth, namely the Earth's magnetosphere. No, it is not a "dwarf star" or "Planet X" or "Nbiru". It is a comet. A
very LONG period comet.
Comets were always regarded by the ancients as harbingers of doom. Think they were just all silly in the old days? There is a reason for it
There are over ninety short period comets known, on orbits of one hundred years or less, at least inside the orbit of Pluto. Halley's comet is one
of the longest period of these known short period comets. This comet Elenin is on a calculated thirty nine thousand year orbit. We can't even
prove a long period comet ever will actually come back. This one has not been seen within what we know of as recorded history, if the calculations
The big thing is everyone dismisses a comet because it is so small, and since gravity is the only force acting on everything, it does not have enough
mass to affect the Earth, let alone Saturn. Hence the dreamed up BS of Nbiru etc. It is somehow invisible, yet it must be HUGE to have any effect on
the Earth. This is the problem with mainstream science. The far more powerful electromagnetic force is ignored, and all bodies are assumed to be
The Sun is the positive anode in a spherical discharge, known as the heliosphere. The Earth is negative relative to the Sun, and forms what we call
the magnetosphere. Fairy tales of a rotating iron core are brought in to explain this magnetic field, ignoring the fact that electric currents
create magnetic fields.
The Earth's magnetic field is created by the Sun, and the Earth's negative charge in relation to the positive Sun. The further away from the Sun
the more negative charge will be built up. Each planet's orbit just happens to be such that it's magnetosphere tail just barely doesn't reach the
next planet. This is not by chance. The planets have assumed stable orbits where they maintain the same charge year round.
Comets are on eccentric orbits. The further from the Sun the comet gets, the more negative charge is built up. This causes the comet's glowing tail
as it gets closer to the Sun sometimes the charge gets so great that comets will break apart or even explode. The recent Deep Impact prove
conclusively proved that a comet is not a "dirty snowball" and the tail is not water sublimating from the heat of the Sun.
This comet, on such and eccentric 39 thousand year orbit, has built up a LOT of charge. It has never been seen in recorded history. This is how such
a tiny thing can have huge effects. As pointed out above, there were large electrical storms and other electrical phenomena on Saturn as it passed
by, and it just happened to be aligned at the same time as three major earthquakes so far here on Earth.
At the very least, we will definitely pass through the tail of the comet, which will have major effects. But I would be very careful where you are on
or around September 27th, which I think is the next time it will align.