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Another Expert Agrees With Dark Comet Theory

February 21, 2013 – 11:31 am | No Comment

Astronomer David Asher (from Armagh University) has agreed with Bill Napier and Janaki Wickramasinghe (Cardiff University) that “dark comets” are real and dangerous.
The following quotes are from a paper by Napier and Asher published in Astronomy & Geophysics.

We know that about one bright comet (of absolute magnitude as bright as 7, comparable to Halley’s Comet) arrives in the visibility zone (perihelion q<5AU, say) each year from the Oort cloud. It seems to be securely established that ~1–2% of these are captured into Halleytype (HT) orbits. The dynamical lifetime of a body in such an orbit can be estimated, from which the expected number of HT comets is perhaps ~3000. The actual number of active HT comets is ~25. This discrepancy of at least two powers of 10 in the expected impact rate from comets as deduced from this theoretical argument on the one hand, and observations on the other, is …

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Dec 21, 2012: The Darkest Day

Submitted by on May 5, 2012 – 12:05 am10 Comments

What if the end date of the ancient Mayan Long Count calendar was not meant to be taken literally?

The first question you need to ask is this: Dec 21 is also the Winter Solstice (in the northern hemisphere) – the darkest day of the year, so it is a coincidence or deliberate?

The second question is, if the date is deliberate, then why?

If there is a scientific basis to the Long Count calendar, if it is ultimately reflecting a scientific prediction, then there are still more questions:

  • Is there anything about a Winter Solstice than can cause a catastrophe?
  • Could an ancient culture predict a catastrophe, thousands of years away, accurate to a single day?
  • Or is Dec 21, 2012 a symbolic date for a scientific prediction for approximately Dec 2012?

What we do know:

  • The ancient Germanic people celebrated the solstice with Yule logs
  • The very ancient Newgrange tomb in Ireland is aligned to the winter solstice. As is Maeshowe.
  • Christmas was a pagan solstice festival hijacked by Christians

Just as the Christians choose to celebrate rebirth at the time of Easter, the ancient Mayans selected the winter solstice period to be the  end times, with the rebirth to follow:

Christmas is commemorated just after the winter solstice, which is the darkest day of the year. As the hours of daylight begin to increase again, so also the light that comes into the world in Jesus begins our shift out of darkness. Similarly, the ancient formula for determining the time of Easter is to celebrate it on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal (spring) equinox. At this time, spring is in full bloom, and life comes to reign again upon the earth.

My opinion goes like this: both the return of a long-period comet and the cycles of massive solar storms were predictable by ancient cultures – all it took was thousands of years of observations (comets in the sky, auroras at low latitudes) combined with solid math. Neither are likely to be predictable to a certain day after thousands of years, but their best guess could be a specific year. Not wanting to name day, the message that we have received is the darkest day of a year, to represent a small era of prediction.

A massive solar storm, or the return of a comet, could be happening real soon. But I advise everyone to stay on alert beyond Dec 21, 2012 – that might not be a date to take literally.


  • Anne says:

    I believe that I will not survive or my family. No one will prepare and boock at me each time I bring it up. They say that planning for the end I have stopped living. They believe that the Bible states we will not no the day year or time of the end of the world.

    I live in fear every minute that I will see my children die. What kind of life do you think I live now?


  • Rizwan says:

    yes l believe its true if the ancients has predicted it, it has to all people,spiritual,righteous,has knowledge and wisdom,it has to be the beginning ,right,l am grateful that l live in this time of the century,praise be to God Almighty who has the greatest knowledge.

  • cyco says:

    Rather than looking at the predictions as literal warnings (albeit obscure in their presentation due to the destruction of data by the Spaniards) it is best to look at these pointers in time as symbolic. Though the ancients were in sync with each other when it came to important future timelines concerning events yet to take place, their study of past events, their synchronicity, repetitiveness in results, etc, pointed to similar events to take place in the future.

    Unfortunately, the answers to your many questions went up in smoke when the invaders made bonfires of the Mayan libraries.

    You must also keep in mind that our collective consciousness has influenced not only our immediate paradigm, but also our capacity to influence and change the outcome of whatever it is that is coming our way. This can be attributed to the “strength of our awareness.” In other words, our consciousness has earned the ability to alter the outcome in a positive way on an individual basis due to its growth over the centuries. This is evolution at its most basic.

    Regardless of what you may believe, our presence on this planet is for a very deliberate reason. At this point in the game, it’s not to be destroyed for the sake of destruction. We have gone beyond that level.

  • Robert Bast says:

    Hi Anne,

    What about the end of the world as we know it, which might be different to, and not related to a Biblical apocalypse? For example last year’s tsunami was terrible for many in Japan, but it wasn’t specifically forecast by the Bible. “we will not no the day year or time of the end of the world” may not apply to a global disaster foretold by the Maya, and God’s ultimate plan for us might be a long way off.

  • Rebecca says:

    I believe it is true,…but for a new beginning! End.. does not always mean death! However, much chaos should happen before a new dawn of consciousness prevails. (All evil must be brought to the surface and removed.)

  • bob a says:

    I havent been on this site in a while..but…while driving the other day, listened on NPR to a former Methodist minster admit she has become an atheist because she “saw the light” and realized the lie. WHAT IF the big realization at the end of 2012 is the “enlightenment” that there really is no basis to organized religion that man has used as an emotional crutch and is still fighting wars over (and killing countless innocent folks, martyrs and 19 year old kids)…only basic spirituality and compassion for fellow humans makes sense..????? what if…stay tuned

  • Jennifer says:

    If u are a person who believes in evolution or a person who thinks scientifically then you might consider that there have been diff periods on this planet. there was a time when diff plants and animals were here and man had not yet entered the pic. thier time ended and ours and other animals began. the way we have taken over the planet was nothing like these other animals had ever done. we polute our planet and every day spiecies of plants and animals die at our hands. maybe the earth needs 2 get rid of us if it wants 2 continue on. we 4get in our selfishness that this planet is alive we need it more than it needs us after all with pesticides, smog, oil spills, landfills etc. it probably could do w out us. if u r a biblical person god gave us this planet as a present a place we were 2 take care of but as soon as we chose 2 listen 2 the devil we handed the planet over 2 him what was supposed 2 b adams became his and so as our time draws 2 an end god removes his protection from his creation and sin takes over. we as humans are the only creatures on this planet who kill other creatures just 4 sport or fun. other animals kill 4 food and survival. it is sad what we have done 2 our home. on a personal note i believe that yes this year or the next up to 2014 could b our extinction that the planet will still b here but the time of the kingdom of man will b no more. not unless we can stop living so selfishly and greedily killing each other other animals and our earth. i want 2 have hope that we as human beings can come 2gether and change 4 the better of our home so we can continue on. i have children my son is graduating this yr may 25 2012 id like 4 him 2 have a long happy life. however i look at the polution, smog, the soil that produces food w samonila and other junk from polutants, oil spills, global warming- which by the way most people claim is not real- 2 which i say yeah it simpler 2 not recognize something yet again we humans have created that is destroying our home. of course global warming is happening and has been for a long time since the 1980s. well i want 2 believe that the quote most intelligent creatures on earth can finally come 2gether and treat thier home and the creatvres on it the way we should because even if 2012 is not the end of life as we know it if we keep going the way we r going it will b soon. or maybe like i said in the begining it will b a natvral occurance that we become extinct that other creatvres will take over i knw a hard concept 4 our selfish minds 2 grasp. perhaps a spiecies capable of cleaning up our mess.

  • sherie says:

    ANNE – I have a child. I have a child with a medical problem the best in the US can not diagnose and a heart defect. I live everyday with the possibitily that child will die. Twenty-eight (28) years now. I do not stop living. Call it what you wish; but this universe has great design and that design came from somewhere. That somewhere is the existance of all life in our universe.But it can not control all actions of that life; especially man as we know man. Man has control of his own life. Every day on our earth man makes clear its intentions of distroying life as we know it. Those in the background trying to save it or warn of it are hardly ever heard. Every day we see reasons why we should always prepare. Natural, man made. Weather plays a huge part in life and death on this earth. Illness. War. To not prepare for life and what we already of its dangers can create more fear. Being prepared for life and what it can throw at you can bring a comforting peace and exceptance that many fail to realize. Yes GOD supposedly said, No man know the hour of my Coming. He didn’t however say, sit back and let me distroy you.Our economy sucks- having alittle extra food onn hand is really a good idea, the price of everything has doubled in the last year alone. It you live in a huricanne area you would think nothing of prepareing by keeping extra food and water on hand. If you lived in a earthquake prone zone you may not think twice of having a safe place to stay in the event of one. Not to prepare for lifes ups and downs is irresponsible. Financially, we might not all be able to. But emotionally, self supportingly, self reliantly, we are all capable of. Some people should to not prepare in life for life, we can’t let that stop us. You never know what life has in store. Living each day as it was your last is a very good quote for a reason. I don’t spend every day thinking this might be the day my daughter dies. I think, this is another day she lives and so will I. I prepare for everything. Just in case I need it alittle later down the road of life.

  • Greetings Anne,
    I suffered a broken leg 3 years ago and the orthopedic surgeon was
    an arrogant bufoon,and could not bring himself to ask someone with
    more experience for help. Now I am crippled for life and you know
    what, I still try to live life to the fullest and I do prep for
    emergencies of any sort. I can get by just fine by myself and I
    always have a food supply and PLENTY of fresh water and although
    I have no human children, dogs fill that need for me and I just
    cannot worry about what might happen.Nor should you! By all means
    have extra food and water on hand for emergencies,but live life
    and enjoy your kids each day. Kindest regards, Steve Guttman

  • To,Bob,
    Hey I think you may have something with that idea!

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