8 Big Changes A Comet Brings

Zen Gardner
Before It’s News

We all watched with bated breath when several comets recently converged to invade our solar system. Elenin is still passing through while forming auspicious alignments, as have other under-reported smaller visitors. The periodic “Draconids” (you heard that right) meteor shower will peak on October 8th, and a possible dwarf star is reported to be looming out there and having unknown influences.

The science is sketchy and apparently suppressed, while the theories abound.

Personally? I side with the ancients on this one. Comets and other major celestial events have always signaled or coincided with change. To NOT believe that is an old wives’ tale.

And change? That we are getting.

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1 Comment on "8 Big Changes A Comet Brings"

  1. yEshUA ImmAnUEl | April 22, 2016 at 5:30 am | Reply

    “Remember that all these great religions are alike expecting that someone should come. If you learn from the great Hindu pundits and teachers, they will tell you that this is the Kali Yuga, “The dark age,” a period only of transition. They expect the Kalki Avatara, and when He comes all this will be greatly improved.
    The Buddhist will tell you that there is another Great Teacher to come, Whose teaching (so the Lord Buddha said) will supersede His and be far more widely accepted than His had ever been.
    Even among the Muhammadans you will find the wide expectation of a great Prophet Who is to come and regenerate everything, the Imam Mahdi.
    So in Zoroastrianism — one of their greatest Teachers is to come back and reform the world.
    Then in South America, among the Red Indians, Quetzalcoatl, the Great White Teacher Who shall come from over the sea, is looked for.
    As I have said, Christianity expects His Coming. I am old enough to remember how there was a great outburst of expectation of the immediate Coming of the Christ.”

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