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UFO Skymap coordinates show up in book "Astronomical Phenomena for the Year 2012" NOV-DEC

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posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 01:02 AM
In a previous thread there was coordinates provided for to see presumable ships in space. Some of which where described to be coming in this direction.

I punched into google the coordinates below for the skymap and take a look. Astronomical Phenomena for the Year 2012 is the fourth item in the google list for the last two sets of coordinates... weird. But it doesn't show up for the others. The highest number of matches to the coordinates fall on page 61... NOV-DEC 2012. The coordinates fit into a direct page in the moon set rise dates for November December in 2012. Isn't that the end of the Mayan calendar?!

16 19 35, -88 43 10
02 26 39, -89 43 13
08 50 47, -89 38 09
14 38 50, -88 40 42
14 59 06, -88 21 24
23 13 00, -88 53 11
19 26 51, -88 42 38

So are those two coming in 2012?
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posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 01:31 AM
I'll add that this book was written by the United States Naval Observatory in 2009.

posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 01:43 AM
sorry for seeming simple...

but what exactly do you propose this means?

i mean..
what exactly are you trying to say?
Im just not getting it...

thanks for any elaboration you can give.

posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 01:44 AM
Odd coincidence...

posted on Oct, 22 2010 @ 01:50 AM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Google produces matches to searches based on a sort of 'popularity', that is, of the results? Like when you search for a song or video you KNOW is online, but it turns up no results since it has virtually no activity, maybe only appearing once on a single, unpopular site? With this in mind, maybe someone posted a blog or comment somewhere and used the last 2 coordinates and the theories content, connecting them, making Google pick up on the correlation and therefore turning up a hit? That's my best guess.. what do you think? Can anyone with vast knowledge on Google's searching algorithms shed some light on the possibility of this? Or is there a far simpler, more sinister connection to this?

posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:47 AM
Basically, when you enter a random string of numbers, Google brings up all those pages that have those numbers in them. Ephemerids are filled with such strings of random numbers. You will note the search also brought up "Winning New Jersey Lottery Numbers." Do you find a cosmic significance there, too?

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