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Originally posted by lcbjr1979
Who is to say the Egyptians did not write about it. The evidence could have been lost forever when ceaser "accidently" burned the library of alexandria down. Just because there are no stories about it written in stone does not mean they did not have some info on it on some papyrus in the library. For the record I do not think planet x or niburu exists.
Originally posted by iNkGeEk
there is a lot of evidence that I see that leads me to believe that ELEnin is something to be concerned about. there is also a lot of silence on this issue that seems suspicious.
NASA says that ELEnin is a small comet and nothing to worry about, but then they issue a video to all personnel about emergency preparedness from outside threats.
On the JPL site, the orbit of ELEnin isn't smooth, it has corners in the path, but the orbits of all the the other comets are smooth arcs.
Originally posted by BobAthome
reply to post by Xcalibur254
There was a man named Mozi, and he was a follower of Confuscius and his writings were compiled and put into a volume set titled “Mozi”.
In Book 5 of Mozi, Mozi writes of the end of the Xia Dynasty, which gave rise to the Shang Dynasty. Mozi recounts, from the oral tradition handed down, that
the climate experienced extreme changes
the paths of the sun and moon were altered
and supernatural events
Oh approx. date,,,, 3600 years ago
Mozi also recounts that the “Sun came out at night” , and “Blood rain” .
So please lets stick too the facts.
edit on 6-7-2011 by BobAthome because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Gradius Maximus
I live beside a smoking volcano on the west coast and an alignment has never budged this ground.
Alignments dont seem to do anything in my direct experience, when it hits us then we can worry.
Originally posted by TupacShakur
reply to post by phantomjack
A comet absolutely cannot affect the Earth from that far away, the gravitational attraction is just too weak. Even if it were a brown dwarf like many people think I still don't think it's close enough to affect us gravitationally. The idea of a comet or even a brown dwarf as far away as it is causing earthquakes here on Earth due to gravity alone is outrageous. What's the closest that Elenin will get to Earth, does anybody know? Also does anybody know how far away it was during the time of the earthquake?