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NASA, Meteor and September deadline

Thursday, June 11, 2015 10:07
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Why Has NASA Announced That A Meteor Is NOT Going To Hit The Earth In September?

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Internet buzz about a giant meteor that is going to strike our planet in September has become so intense that NASA has been forced to issue a statement publicly denying that it is going to happen.
NASA insists that the agency knows of “no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth”, and that “no large object is likely to strike the Earth any time in the next several hundred years”.  To be honest, NASA should perhaps hold off on making such bold statements concerning what will happen in the future considering the fact that the Chelyabinsk meteor that exploded over Russia in 2013 took them totally by surprise.  In any event, what we do know is that our region of space is absolutely packed with meteors and asteroids.  At this point, approximately 10,000 major near earth objects have been discovered by scientists, and about 10 percent of them are one kilometer or larger in size.  If any of those big ones were to hit us, we would be looking at another Tunguska event or worse.  Very large meteors have struck our planet before, and they will hit us again.  It is only a matter of time.

But of most immediate concern to lots of people out there are the various theories that are floating around about September.  The following is an excerpt from an article that appeared in a British news source just this week…

Internet bloggers and Armageddon conspiracists are predicting the “end of days” event to happen between September 22 to 28.
One blogger has worryingly suggested US residents retain their firearms after suggesting that the controversial military operation Jade Helm taking place between July and September in several southern states is in preparation for predicted anarchy that could ensue as the asteroid nears the planet.
Meanwhile, many fringe religious groups and Biblical theorists are claiming the predicted impact will herald the beginning of the Rapture – a seven-year tribulation period.

These theories have become so popular that NASA decided to come out and publicly address them

A NASA spokesman said: “NASA knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth, so the probability of a major collision is quite small.
“In fact, as best as we can tell, no large object is likely to strike the Earth any time in the next several hundred years.”

So NASA has spoken.
But is NASA correct?
We will just have to wait and see.
An Inquisitr article points to the prophecies about a meteor hitting the Atlantic Ocean near the island of Puerto Rico given by Efrain Rodriguez as the source for these theories about September.  But the article unfairly neglects to point out that Efrain Rodriguez never claimed that it would happen in a particular month or during any particular calendar year…

The growing mass hysteria appears to have originated with a self proclaimed “prophet,” Rev. Efrain Rodriguez, who claimed he sent a letter to NASA on Nov. 12, 2010, titled “Letter to the Space Agency… meteor heading toward Puerto Rico.”
In the letter, he claimed he had received a message from God that an asteroid that would “soon be seen in the alarm systems of NASA” was approaching. He said the asteroid would hit the ocean near Puerto Rico and cause a massive earthquake and tsunami that would devastate the East Coast of the U.S., Mexico, Central, and South America.
Warning against ignoring the message, he instructed NASA to issue an alert “so people can be relocated from the areas that are to be affected.”

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  • Mr. Rodriqez is a Christian and has never studied Leviticus 23. Leviticus 23 is God’s time clock and there are three events left to fulfill. This is the Day of Trumpet and the Day of Atonement and the Feast of Tabernacles. We can eliminate the Feast of Tabernacles because it is the Messianic Kingdom (1000 year millennium) found throughout the Bible including Revelation 19-20.
    That leaves the day of Trumpet and day of Atonement. So if the Asteroid by Sea and Asteroid by land in Revelation 8 occurs on the Day of Atonement, then that leaves the First Trumpet judgment to occur on the Day of Trumpet which can only occur in September on the first sliver of the new moon in either the 49th Shemitah year (Lev. 25:8) or at the beginning of the Jubilee year (Lev. 25:9-10). Gen 1:14= Lev. 25/23=Isa 61:1-2.

    Since I have recorded 45 events on the Sabbaths such as Noah’s Ark landing on Mount Ararat on the First Annual Sabbath of Feast of Tabernacles, A cross in the corona of the Sun in 2014 on Pentecost, plus Jesus being born on the Day of Atonement in 3 BC or on the first day of Feast of Tabernacles, The Exodus beginning on Passover in a Shemitah year, Lightning coming from the Sun on the First sliver of the new moon in December of 2014, I am pretty sure that the Trumpet and Bowl judgments will be poured out on any of the Sabbaths of Leviticus 23, the first sliver of the new moon, the 7th day of Feast of Tabernacles or even the 4th day (Wednesday) since the two witnesses in the sky and the stars were created on the 4th day.

    Heavenly Events Leading up to September Day of Trumpet Judgments in 2015 4
    To Space on Thursday Jun 04 2015 15:33
    Trumpet Judgments may arrive in September 5
    To Alternative on Thursday Jun 04 2015 13:03

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