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(The following is an exert taken right out of the book)

On July 29, 2005, NASA announced “A planet larger than Pluto has been discovered in the outlying regions of the solar system.” In 2005 its position was about 97 times farther from the Sun than Earth. In comparison, Pluto is about half that. The tenth planet of our solar system was then photo’d by Hubble on December 9 and 10, 2005.

The odds of a comet hitting a planet, let alone our planet, are extremely low, or are they? The comet Shoemaker-Levy, impacted Jupiter on March 23, 2003. It wasn’t until six months after the discovered projected heading and impact that the event was announced to the public; and the impact wasn’t even on our planet. Can you imagine how long they’d wait to tell us if a rogue comet was on a crash course with Earth? I suspect not until after the fact. Do you have a big enough telescope to see one yourself? No? Then I guess we’ll just have to take their word for it that none are currently coming.  On March 16, 1999, at the 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, NASA announced the theory that the  Earth’s Moon originated from a catastrophic collision with a “Mars-sized planet.”

If a small meteoroid did strike Earth with enough force, (or a large enough meteoroid with a slower velocity), it would hurl enough debris and dust into the atmosphere to cover and block any and all sunlight from touching the planet, sending us into an immediate ice age. The complete and total covering of the Earth with ice creates less surface friction and less heat absorption through more reflection, causing Earth’s rotation to speed up, which may cause the mantle of the planet to shear loose of its liquid core, essentially free-spinning independent of its center.

The simple truth here, though, is that a comet doesn’t need to actually hit the planet to cause as much or more damage than just passing by. If the previous visions of Nibiru, foretold by so many, were to occur, or any other large planetary mass were to merely come close to the Earth, the cataclysmic effects would be equally as devastating as if it actually hit. If a large enough comet or planetary body were to pass from below the parallel plane upward between the Earth and Sun (causing a Solar Eclipse) the combined forces of the two masses lined up could have enough magnetic pull to offset our magnetic poles, reverse Earth’s orbit, and shift the planet’s skin (crust) around as described. If the moon was positioned properly, (which it will be during the Winter Equinox of 2012), the resulting effect would dye the moon “blood red,” (just like it did on December 21, 2010), as foretold:

“I watched as the lamb opened the sixth seal. There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red.”

– Book of Revelations chapter 6, verse 6

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