The Mayans are not predicting the end of the world, just the end of the age. 2012 starts a new age. Usually around the end of each age, the Earth
gets destroyed, though. Last time by water, this time is supposed to be by fire.
The comet is NOT Nbiru, it's not a brown dwarf, it's not a tenth planet. It's a comet. They are small. It's gravity could not affect the Earth that
That's not the point.
This comet is on an extremely long orbit. This comet has not been seen for 39,000 years. This is important.
There are over 90 well charted comets on eccentric orbits within the Solar System, periods of 100 years or less, such as Halley's comet, that being
one of the longer ones.
The Sun is electric. The "solar wind" is it's radial electric field flowing outward. The Sun is the positive anode. The Earth is negative in
relation to the Sun, but positive in relation to Mars and more so Jupiter. The further out you go the more negative charge is built up.
The planets are moving on orbits keeping the same charge year round. Comets are not. They build up a lot of negative charge when they go far out.
Then when they are moving fast in by the Sun, they start to glow as the charge difference builds up quicker. This is why the tail always points away
from the Sun.
This comet has more charge on it than has been seen in recorded history. Long period comets also are usually not in the plane of the ecliptic, so
rarely come too close to the planets, and never get into any kind of alignment. This one is right in the plane of the ecliptic. It has already lined
up with the Earth and other things a few times, causing some earthquakes, in Chile, New Zealand, and Japan, getting stronger as it gets closer.
On September 27 this year, the comet will pass directly between the Earth and the Sun. This is also a new moon, so the Moon will be aligned with it
as well. This might actually save us some action, who knows. Remember the tail of the comet always points directly AWAY from the Sun, so when the
comet passes directly between the Earth and the Sun, well, it's not big enough to eclipse the Sun, but that tail will be pointing directly at us. It
could be nothing, some extra aurora borealis, or it could be like having a welding arc blasting right at us. Depends on the amount of charge. The
comet is not even glowing yet nor having a tail, so this remains to be seen.
From then until Oct 20 the comet will be moving right along with us, with closest approach Oct 20. After that we will pass through whatever is left
in its wake as well. It could be nothing, or it could be major. Scientist refuse to believe there is anything other than the puny force of gravity
acting here. Ask yourself this: If the only force creating stars and planets is gravity, WHERE DOES ALL THE SPIN COME FROM? Ask any "scientist"
this, they cannot come up with a straight answer. Their theories do not explain it, but everything we can see is spinning. And they all seem to be
spinning in the same direction as well. What's up with that?
Well, moving electric charges will tend to spiral around each other. Flowing currents also form spiral magnetic fields around them. Chances are
good, the Earth's spin, and that of all the other planets, as well as it's magnetic field, come from the electric currents flowing from the Sun, which
are ignored. If so, a reversal of the magnetic field, caused by a reversal of polarity of the current, possibly caused by the close approach of a
highly charged comet, could conceivably cause the Earth to STOP or even REVERSE it's rotation. This would make the oceans slosh like a bathtub.
Think DELUGE. Noah. Etc.
There are plenty of stories, even in your crazy "Bible", about the Sun "standing still in the sky" at some point, and the stars "swooping about"
drunkenly in the sky. Every culture in the world has this story. These would indicate the Earth stopping or reversing it's rotation. In Asia,
Europe and Africa, the Sun stood still in the sky. The Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas had stories of it being night for several days, and the stars being
"dislodged" from the heavens. This makes sense, because half the planet would see the Sun and half wouldn't as it "stood still".
It could be this, it could be the end of the world in fire as we are scorched to a cinder by the comet's tail, or it could be nothing at all.
I've got a big boat, and I'm gonna be WAY out in the middle of the ocean on Sept 27 JUST IN CASE.
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edit on 7-6-2011 by CaptChaos because: spelling