Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Month of the Comet.



these are the actual pictures of the comet

Tonight is all about the comet. Russian - astronomer Nikolai Fedorovskiy has predicted that a large comet will penetrate the earth’s atmosphere sometime around the end of October 2006. Yes, that would be this month.

Okay, I will admit that this is going to be my quintessential apoplectic week. What will happen if the comet hits, and where will it strike?

“The impact will cause devastating tsunamis, earthquakes and avalanches, says Fedorovsky. He saw the killer comet in a telescope two weeks ago. He managed to calculate the comet’s trajectory

I do not want to add to the going to hell in a hand basket approach of my last post, but I can not help myself. Do I think unlike the movie Armageddon the other Big Fat comet movie that came out a couple of years ago that the American government would tell us if there was impending doom? Hell No. I do not think we would know the sucker was going to hit us until it was clearly visible in the sky. At that point the government still would not have told us anything, it would be a simple deduction of the eye.

Why would our government keep critical information from the populous? Because just like the Natural disaster that we recently went through here in New Orleans, there would be nothing they could do about it. In fact, there would be less they would have to do if everyone just died.

So who is Nikolai Fedorovskiy?

“Dr. Fedorovskiy is one of the founding directors of the mysterious Paradigm Hedge Funds that protects the assets of a large number of the World’s Organizatsiya, and whose predictive computer programme designed to protect their hedge funds massive assets, and developed with his fellow Scientist-Mathematician Dr. Tatyana Koryagina, gave a predictive warning of the September 11, 2001 attack upon the United States and which enabled many Russians to protect their investments

Evidently he is a known figure amongst Russian Investors and is quite revered with his predictions via mathematical equation on many sites that corroborate the prophecies of Nostradamus.

So what does this all mean? Is the world as we know it going to end at the end of the month?

The world as I knew it as a child ended many years ago. Would it not be sublime to go back to a time where the only thing you worried about was how late you could stay up and how many cookies you could eat after school. To go back to a time where your parents were like mini gods, everything they said being absolute. Santa Claus was flying and The Easter Bunny hopping.

Back to the comet, Dr. Fedorovskiy, says it will hit our Southern Polar Region.

“Lending credence to Dr. Fedorovskiy’s reports are that the precursor events he predicted in August, 2006, of a number of smaller space meteors being pushed into our Earths atmosphere ahead of the arrival of the Great Comet do indeed seem to be occurring, and as we can read from these various reports: As reported by New Zealand’s Stuff News Service in their September 21st report titled "Yellow fireball seen in Waikato sky", and which says, "A bright yellow ball was seen streaking across the Hamilton sky about 6.15pm yesterday, leaving a whispy black line in its wake. Times reporter Aaron Leaman saw the object and thought it was a meteor. He saw the object from the Waikato University tennis courts and said it was heading west toward Raglan. It was visible for about 30 seconds before dropping out of sight."


“For in his past, Dr. Fedorovskiy was indeed correct about the events of September 11, 2001, and whether or not his current prediction of this Great Comet hitting our Earth is correct, or it is instead a subterfuge designed to cover a more serious warning of times to come, either way his words do bear, in our opinion, to be seriously considered, and whatever context they may be in.”


I do not have a telescope, I do not have visionary powers, but I none the less have to wonder if there is truth to this. You can get more information at THIS site. What I find particularly depressing is that even if there is no credence in the comet, there is great credence that we are in a very scary world. I do not think the end of times is now upon us as a result of scriptures from varying religions as much as from our ignorance about not doing anything to stop what some very wise men prophesied.


This is the English translation of the above site…

16 comments:

SCORPIOS LOVE TO FUCK said...

"Why would our government keep critical information from the populous? Because just like the Natural disaster that we recently went through here in New Orleans, there would be nothing they could do about it."

Regarding Katrina, how can you state that there was nothing the US government could've done about it?

With all due respect, that makes no sense whatsoever.

The federal and local government chose to ignore the dire predictions of experts, when absolutely no one thought those levees could hold.

wishin said...
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wishin said...

Raspootin- Don't be so paranoid... The comet is not going to fall on your house!! I'm guessing you must have something to have OCD over since there are no hurricanes out there :)

Raspootin said...

Regarding Katrina, how can you state that there was nothing the US government could've done about it?

With all due respect, that makes no sense whatsoever.

Let me rephrase. The US Government could have done something about making levees that were strong enough to withstand a CAT 1-2 storm surge. They could have told the residents of New Orleans that The Army Corp of Engineers constructed faulty levees. However with 20 hours of notice, it was too late to do anything about fixing the levees. Meaning that they did not give a crap about what happened to the people in New Orleans before the storm, during the storm and only after the storm did Local, State and Federal governments care as a result of the intense media scrutiny.

Very little preemptive measures are taken by the US Government in the cases of Natural Disaster. It would seem to me the government hopes that we will simply dodge the bullet time after time – and is only prepared to react when something actually happens. Being in New Orleans during Katrina certainly showed me that the US Government (FEMA, Homeland Security) is still incapable of taking proactive measures even after the event has taken place. This is why I said it would be easier for them if everyone just died.

The Reverend Jon Boles said...

As far as Katrina goes, Peter Dale Scott has written that Gov. Blanco denied a White House request to institute martial law prior to the storm. Some researchers have surmised the delay in accurate response was to allow a deterioration to occur to the point that martial law was a necessity. I, and many other people, have felt for some time the "bungled" response to Katrina was an intentional way to achieve a dry-run of future procedures for clearing out a city wracked by disaster, likely to be used in the wake of resource shortages brought about by peak oil. Given that this is the same government that has waged unjust conflicts around the globe continually since WWII without regard for civilian life, I have no difficulty considering their lack of morality in bringing about the death of members of their own populace. Maybe that's just cynicism speaking, but considering the sequence of "oops--incompetent" events beginning with 9/11, Afghanistan and Iraq, I really believe it's by design.

That being said, if there's a comet coming, I'd be relieved in many ways.

Anonymous said...

No need to worry says...

http://en.rian.ru/science/20061012/54748387.html


Re. katrina, martial law is asinine. The law-abiding among us would be left defenseless and vulnerable to all the worst elements in the city. Additionaly, What the hell does martial law have to do with levees. Two entirely separate issues!

Raspootin said...

Jon

I think you need to travel to New Orleans and have a drink with Ms. Gertie at the Mayfair.

I promise it will brighten your day!

Anonymous said...

what the hell are you talking about

Raspootin said...

I was not "talking" to you.

That being said, if there's a comet coming, I'd be relieved in many ways.

I was talking to Jon which is why I addressed my comment to him.

Do you ever really read anything on my blog?

The Reverend Jon Boles said...

My comments have NOTHING to do with levees, and has everything to do with a federal agency like FEMA (whose sole purpose is to ensure continuity of government) getting a trial run in redistributing populations wracked by natural disaster amongst other things. That's more of what I was getting at. Once you consider that Halliburton was recently awarded a contract to start building detention camps domestically, you have to be skeptical of their intentions. I felt that Katrina was not bungled, but went according to plan. It was a trial run for handling crises brought about by civil disorder in the wake of peak oil.

Raspootin said...

Jon,

I am in complete agreement, what makes me sad are two fold. I wasted 4 years working 24/7 literally 7 days a week 12 hours a day for Halliburton along with the Shaw Canadians. This was the most brutal 4 years of my life, which is now why I chose to make $40K less, but have a life.


You are very correct with your thought and FEMA, and with that thought, those on Halliburton. I probably know more than I should say about Dresser, purchased by Halliburton and the Shaw Group interaction.

Without expanding, I still extend the invite to New Orleans. Life is better than the comet

The Reverend Jon Boles said...

No doubt you would know more than you should. I have some of that good ol' insider knowledge myself, though it is in regards to a state contract that was awarded to a company donating to a Republican PAC responsible for the Swift Boat campaign against John Kerry. One of those things I looked into in my off time since the contract directly affects my work. I also have some knowledge from a family member in the know regarding the Foley debacle and links to current candidate Charlie Crist and Jeb Bush. The level of corruption in FL never fails to amaze me.

Anyway, glad you found my thoughts of substance. I've always enjoyed our conversations here, from the time I was posting under the Reverend monicker to the present. I may have to take you up on the offer to visit N'Awlins.

BTW, added you to my bloglinks.

Anonymous said...

nonsense

The Reverend Jon Boles said...

http://news.pacificnews.org/news/view_article.html?article_id=eed74d9d44c30493706fe03f4c9b3a77

The Reverend Jon Boles said...

That linked article from Peter Dale Scott (as well as the info you can get from Google searching "Halliburton detention camps") is where I got my info on it. I've yet to see Peter wrong on much, as I've read about four books of his. He's always impeccable and sourced in his works.

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