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Originally posted by Stargate2012
Things are adding up to a major earth shaking event come October 2011.
It has to do with Comet Elenin.
It could have to do with Revelation 12.
Mother Shipton lines up with Revelation 12 as well.
The location looks like it will be San Francisco.
More to come related to this and how the pieces are falling into place for this "EVENT"
Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by Stargate2012
Comet CX/2010 Elenin is too small and too far away to have any effect at all.
Revelation 12 is NOT talking about San Francisco. It clearly describes The opposition between The Dragon (Satan) and "the virgin about to give birth" (a reference to Israel, from whom the Messiah came). It then describes a battle in Heaven with the Angels, led by Michael, opposing Satan and his forces, where Satan is cast down out of Heaven to the Earth. At no time does it speak of any location on the Earth or of anything that is going to happen there.
"Mother" Shipton can't seem to get anything right. As a prophetess, she fails the 100% correct on all details mark.
You are a 'ninny troll.edit on 1/8/2011 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by lcbjr1979
Can I try and interject some logic for a minute. If elenin was responsible for the earthquakes in japan and in chile when it is was very very far away from earth, then come september during the closest alignment then the quakes would be so strong that it would rip the earth to pieces. Do you honostly believe a comet can do that. While we are on the subject, why has this comet not had an impact on any other celestial bodies. The moon has less mass than the earth right? So if this comet is so strong gravitationally that it can cause massive earthquakes on earth while it is still way out in the outer solar system, then this comet should fling our moon right out of our gravitational orbit. Do you really believe a comet can do this?