I sat down today with the full intention of writing about the comet Elenin. I started my research, first speaking with my very close friend and associate, Raymond Ward. He’s incredibly informed and talented. I went through page after page on the Internet. The comments and the conclusions about these three comets that are coming put me over the top. I know, I know… We have published some pretty over the top kind of material ourselves. But we were really one of the first sites to challenge the status quo on the Internet. So what. Anyway…
One site was very slick, cool looking and had a lot of opinions; a beautifully designed and organized page. Another belonged to a former TMG friend/member, not very well done. But… well… I was going to write something very crass and very nasty… But I’ll keep my boundaries intact! I’ll let his design and conclusion stand for themselves and like we always say, ‘you decide for yourself’! Anyway…
If you’re reading this page, you are more likely than not to be a return visitor. So you know more than the usual reader concerning comets and astronomy (but if you’re new, welcome! read on!). But let me cut to the chase, save you some time, give you the facts and let you deal with what I’ve got to say. Here are the particulars we have seen:
1) Comets Elenin,
2) Dramatic increase in the number of earthquakes
3) Dramatic increase in the number of strong earthquakes
4) Elenin positions and EQ dates coincide
5) We have been documenting clashes in our upper atmosphere
6) There has been some evidence larger ships have been over EQ sites
7) It now appears that there are three comets coming into a “conjunction” in the very near future
Part One: Comet Number One: Elenin
As you likely know by now, Elenin’s relative position to the earth coincided strongly with disastrous events on our planet; the massive Chilean earthquake; the massive New Zealand earthquake; and the destructive earthquake and following tsunami in Japan.
Just to recap a bit of our position on the natures of comets, we strongly believe In the theories put forth by James McCanney on the nature of comets. He purposed that comedy’s are electrical in nature. Time after time, NASA has found comets to be nothing more than asteroids in makeup. In fact it has been shown more times than not that comets are dry, have no ice or water on them. The theories purposing that comets are dirty snowballs have fallen flat on it’s face and in fact we believe that in the next few decades or even only years we will see the NASA theorists moving toward the electric comet theory and away from this tired old belief. That has always been the way they work!
Back to the meat…. Everything in our universe, simply put, has a charge, an electrical charge. Even your body depends upon electrical charges, no matter how minute, to make our bodily systems work! Your heart beats because an electrical charge passes through it from your brain. The Earth has a charge. The resulting aurora borealis is a displayed charge of particles, effected by the sun’s output. These are only two examples of millions. Everything has an electrical charge. It is a powerful entity in our universe. More powerful than gravity.
And with electrical charge, there is usually a positive and negative side of the charge (electrical engineers please forgive me and bare with my simplistic explanation). Comets are only different than asteroids, OR PLANETS, because they are traveling at very high rates of speed through the solar wind. When you pass an object through a charged field at a high rate it draws a charge and is itself then charged, or that is a node of charge. Not unlike passing a wire through the flame of a acetylene torch (a different force, but the reference is visually similar). This is the main reason that we support McCanney’s argument. I would also recommend that you take a good look at holoscience.com for more insight.
When a comet comes in through the galaxy, it usually travels, again, at great speeds, but it also is usually hitting the solar wind, (which on the plane of the planets goes in one direction). It hits that solar wind, or plasma at a higher than usual angle as compared to the planets and asteroids. This “friction” in addition to the great power of the solar wind, causes these usually smaller than planet-like objects to become charged and display, not only one tail to their rear, but another tail out their nose toward the sun. I say sun, because that is usually the target of this negatively (or positively) charged ‘horn’ (please forgive my adjective, some of you will understand) attached to the head of the comet. Comets have even been known to discharge xrays.
These two charges, positive and negative, just like your reading lamp, one wire positive-going toward the plug and one wire coming away from the plug-negative, connect to the source, the sun. They don’t run side by side, but in a great circle or arc generally to and from the sun. Unfortunately, these forces can become more complex, duplicating and/or multiplying themselves, due to being attracted (or diverted) by other sources or causes. In our case, we are concerned with these charges connecting with our planet earth. Just like being out in a lightening storm, lightening may divert from one target and shift to another, or hit them both! They say when you have to be out in bad weather and you feel that tingling sensation, indicating a lightening strike coming your way, you should curl up in a ball as close to the ground as possible to avoid it hitting you. Unfortunately the earth has no where else to go! When that charge comes our way, we take it. And I mean we take it! If it’s large enough, and it comes our way, it usually does great harm. It may result in increased weather, or it may result in a deeper effect, earthquakes. We receive a usually normal charge from the solar wind constantly. It can fluctuate, of course. However, when there’s an additional charge, the charge must be dissipated someway somehow. These charges from comets only come our way when certain conditions occur. One of these conditions is “angle”. This is the issue presented by some on the Internet concerning the position of Elenin and the three earthquakes and tsunami mentioned above.
Now to the specifics on Elenin. First let me say, in light of what I’ve written above, the effects of comets are not merely based on their size and gravity (I would cautiously direct you to a NASA website – but please come back! – where Don Yeomans talks about Elenin. He basically “poo poo’s” any one’s thoughts but his own: http://www.nasa.gov/topics/solarsystem/features/comet_elenin.html). If we only considered the effects of comets based on their gravity, the only reason to be concerned would be if the trajectory was aimed at our nose. Even if a comet were planet size (some are!) the effect of gravity would be tolerable. But there’s more! Gravity is NOT the sole force in the universe! Again let me say, electromagnetic forces are the greatest forces in the universe besides God himself, and honestly, He uses those EMF a lot! No… Comets cause problems because of the incredible electric charges that they pass through and effect in our solar system. And of course, not all comets reach this electrical potential. One on end of the spectrum we call them comets, very highly charged. On the other end of the spectrum we call them asteroids, hardly charged.
Elenin is highly charged, and has immense electrical potential.
I am always suspicious. Maybe it’s in my nature or something. Maybe it’s because this has happened before. The discoverer of Elenin wasn’t a big telescope setting on top of some mountains somewhere. It was discovered by an amateur Russian astronomer, in Russia, but using a remote telescope (International Scientific Optical Network’s Robotic Observatory) from New Mexico! Now… Would you like to interview this guy? Good luck! What about a plain amateur astronomer here in the U.S.? To easy to access. No we have a guy thousands of miles away, so no one will question him. My guess, Elenin, or whatever they called it several years ago has been other radar for a long time. Which is even more frightening.
As I was pointing out above that angle has a large part to do with the comet’s behavior, effect and power. There have been many associated earthquakes and weather effects that could be related to this comet, here are a few earthquakes:
|Elenin – Earth – Sun. Feb 20 2008 Indonesia 7.4
Elenin – Earth – Sun. Feb 25 2008 Indonesia 7.2
Elenin – Earth – Neptune May 12 2008 China 7.9
Elenin – Earth – Sun Feb 18 2009 Kermadec 7.0
Elenin – Mercury- Earth July 15 2009 New Zealand 7.8
Elenin – Mercury – Earth Aug 09 2009 Japan 7.1
Elenin – Sun – Earth. Sept 09 2009 Sunola 8.1
Elenin – Earth – Venus Feb 18 2010 China 6.9
Elenin – Earth-Sun Feb 25 2010 China 5.2
Elenin – Earth-Sun Feb 26 2010 Japan 7.0
Elenin – Earth- Sun Feb 27 2010 Chile 8.8
Elenin – Earth- Sun Feb 27 2010 Argentina 6.3
Elenin – Earth – Mercury Mar 04 2010 Taiwan 6.3
Elenin – Earth – Mercury Mar 04 2010 Vanuatu 6.5
Elenin – Earth – Mercury Mar 05 2010 Chile 6.6
Elenin – Earth – Mercury Mar 05 2010 Indonesia 6.3
Elenin – Earth – Mercury Mar 08 2010 Turkey 6.1
Elenin – Earth – Neptune May 05 2010 Indonesia 6.6
Elenin – Earth – Neptune May 06 2010 Chile 6.2
Elenin – Earth – Neptune May 09 2010 Indonesia 7.2
Elenin – Earth – Neptune May 14 2010 Algeria 5.2
Elenin – Earth – Jupiter Jan 03 2011 Chile 7.0
*April 2011 tornadoes in the U.S. Hit a record 753 tornadoes
Elenin – Earth – Sun Mar 11 2011 Japan 9.0
I mention only one weather related incident above, but there are many that have been happening. And likely many more earthquakes that I haven’t added in here.
On October 20th Elenin will be in the position seen below. This is a “looking down” on the solar system view.
Four days earlier, on October 16th, Elenin will be at it’s closest to earth at 22 million miles (hey folks, that’s close for a comet!). The moon averages about 400,000 miles from the earth. I put this image up because it shows that Elenin will pass in front of us, just before we get there, in our own plane. Which means that there is a very good chance that we will pass through it’s tail, or at least the debris of it’s tail. Could be a nice light show, but not likely dangerous.
Again the most dangerous thing about Elenin is that it is highly charged and that charge is dangerous to us.
So that’s Elenin. But as you know there’s more! So come back! You’re going to want to see where this story goes!
COMING NEXT: Comet Honda