The promise of a new day
Fellow researchers have sent me this photo (see link below) of what appears to be a baby sun in the line-of-sight of our Sun. It is likely a comet among the comet swarm which is gravitationally captured by what NASA has termed "a probable brown dwarf star" (see 2nd link below); or this second baby sun may even be NASA's announced brown dwarf star, itself.
On the Ecliptic -- that imaginary lazy-susan in space, on which our nine planets revolve around the Sun -- visualize yourself as Earth itself on the Ecliptic with all the other planets when this brown dwarf star arises, like a porpoise, from the depths of the cosmos, below our disc-like Solar System, piercing the Ecliptic plane near the orbital path of Jupiter. When we are in some particular month of our yearly orbit, baby star X could arise on the far side of the Sun, with the Sun being in our line of sight, if X's emergent timing is right.
For the four reasons I mentioned in previous commentaries, we can be fairly certain that X is piercing the Ecliptic about now, or has even arisen over the Ecliptic by now; so, we would expect to see X superimposed -- framed in a family photo shot with the Sun -- during some specific monthwide angle of arc in our annual revolution around the Sun.
This gravitational and magnetic field-wielding wrecking ball treats us like a piece of trash in the gutter of its roadway with each cycle around its elliptical celestial racetrack -- a racetrack which stretches from billions of miles below us in deep space (at one end of its racetrack) to our Sun (at the other end of its racetrack). A twenty-million mile close pass by us is considered an astrometric duster ball. There is nothing that humankind can do to divert this thousand-earth-mass baby star from its gravitationally ordained rendezvous with our one-third-of-a-million-earth-mass Sun -- because gravity works. And, in this case, gravity sucks. Gravitation sucks neighboring masses toward one another.
Atlantis: it's "deja vu all over again." When you google Plato Timaeus Critias Atlantis you will find Plato's ancient historical records of the sinking of Atlantis, which the best (not the most) ancient historians, geologists of antiquity, and anthropologists estimate occurred around 9,000 B.C., three duster pitches ago of this brown dwarf star on a cometary orbit. A comet, by definition, returns predictably, repetitively, and punctually. Halley's comet is one of many examples of such a celestial pendulum of regular, uniform orbital periodicity. Now, since three global ruinations ago spans about 11,000 years, then two ruinations ago would have been around 5,300 B.C., a date estimated by geologists Pitman and Ryan to have been the time of the global Great Flood of Noah's day. And one global ruination ago would have been circa 1,650 B.C., when geologists estimate that perhaps the greatest volcanic caldera explosion in known history occurred: the great Santorini volcanic explosion, which eradicated the Minoan civilization in the Aegean Sea. Tree rings from that time are known to have drastically narrowed for several years, due to the blanketing of skies with volcanic ash, ash not only from Santorini, but probably from Mount Merapi, Mount Vesuvius, the Yellowstone caldera, and hundreds of other volcanoes, worldwide.
As this brown dwarf star sails over the orbital path of Mars, then of Earth, and ultimately loops over the top of our Sun, X is the smooth stone in David's sling, our Sun is David's slingshot, and God is as David. The ruination of Planet Earth is inevitable. It is inexorable.
However, as one of many who has studied the Bible and prayed the Bible from end to end, God promises everyone that they, personally and individually, will be supernaturally protected if they will consciously make themselves aware of God's constant, beckoning presence, beside them and inside them. No need even to talk TO God. Simply listen FOR God.