The ‘Black Star’ may pass between Earth and our home star
The Black Star perihelion position has been calculated to be somewhere near Venus’ orbit path at about 67 million miles from the Sun, which means the Black Star has the opportunity to pass ‘between’ Earth and our home star.
That means the Earth has the potential on each Black Star Orbit Cycle (once every 3600 years) to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and suffer ill effects, like in the Days of Noah and Moses, and like Jesus Christ describes in Matthew 24 with earthquake events in diverse places, volcanoes going off, tsunamis, signs in the heavens, so on and so forth.
The historical and astrotheological evidence seems to indicate that Earth will suffer a Black Star/magnetically-induced geological pole shift in the springtime projected to be focused around the date of May 20th each year. I really do not invest much time going on about how long the Black Star will continue influencing our planet after the original geological pole shift event because part of the population will be ‘caught up’ to meet the Lord in the air, while the remainder will likely not heed anything I say anyway to suffer the coming sudden destruction.
After all, the Black Star will be the least of anyone’s worries on the backside of these coming events, as those surviving will likely die from drinking bad water, eating bad food, or one of a hundred or more Mad Max scenarios where those surviving fight among themselves in competition for limited resources. Practically all of those supporting the research are individuals who have woken up about what is coming from space to a greater or lesser degree, but their family and friends believe we are a few beers short of a six pack, if you know what I mean. My goals in 2011 were originally to gather a large survival group together, or even to organize many groups that work together in a network, but there is insufficient demand to pursue those kinds of operations.
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