The Hopi Indians have an End Times prophecy that some connect with predictions for the year 2012. The prophecy describes a vision of a "blue star" that will fall to earth, causing create destruction. In some versions, this Hopi prophecy says a "house in the heavens" will fall, becoming a blue star in the process."But certainly, a large man-made craft plunging to earth, all aflame, would be a spectacular sight -- one that would be witnessed by hundreds of millions of people."
"Crashing to the Earth on Friday the 23rd...."
The 23rd? Before, they had said around September the 24th. "Bus-size satellite" crashing.... Well, the 23rd is around that time. So is right now, and next week. So is 2011 right around 2012.
Do you think they are jerking us around? That they want us to expect it later and have us unprepared?
Do you think that there is some code in the numbers? For instance, they are saying it probably will be in 26 pieces. How do they determine this? September 26? Is there code there for the intelligent ones? So, if you're smart enough, you survive? Watch the skies, guys! But dodge the falling satellite pieces... all 26 of them.
Do you think that they are manipulating us into thinking that all the burning debris falling in the next few days or weeks can be explained by this old worn-out satellite? There have been many defunct satellites falling in the
past - why are they, NASA, making an announcement about this particular one?
NASA and cronies are doing some CYA'ng, this blogger thinks.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida |
(Reuters) - A defunct NASA science satellite is expected to fall back to Earth on Friday, showering debris somewhere on the planet although scientists cannot predict exactly where, officials said.
The 6.5-ton Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite, or UARS, was carried into orbit during a space shuttle mission in 1991. It operated for 14 years, collecting measurements of ozone and other chemicals in the atmosphere.
Since completing its mission in 2005, UARS has been slowly losing altitude, tugged by Earth's gravity. On Friday, the 35-foot-long, 15-foot diameter (10.6-metres long, 4.5-metres diameter) satellite is expected to plunge into the atmosphere, NASA reported on its website.
While most of the spacecraft will be incinerated, scientists expect up to 26 pieces, with a combined mass of about 1,100 pounds (500 kg) to survive the fiery re-entry and fall down somewhere on Earth.
The satellite's orbit passes over most of the planet, from as far north as northern Canada to the southern part of South America.
The agency is posting updates on its website, www.nasa.gov/uars.
The Hopi Blue Star vision is as intriguing as it is chilling. The prognostications for the end-of-the-world events to happen in 2012, or during the remaining months leading up to that year, often include various signs in the sky. Most of these have to do with cosmic bodies such as planets, comets, and meteors. But certainly, a large man-made craft plunging to earth, all aflame, would be a spectacular sight -- one that would be witnessed by hundreds of millions of people.
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