Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Comet Linear and Pope to visit Israel May 24, 2014

  Comet Linear is hoped to dazzle the skies for star gazers and astronomers this year on May 24, 2014. Comet Linear discovered back in 2004, is thought to be an old comet that's been around the block a few times. This time the ancient comet may be fragile enough to break apart, and dust the skies of Earth with a fine meteor shower display.

At the same time this year, Pope Francis is scheduled to pay a visit to Israel over May 24, 2014. This visit is the only known confirmed papal trip for the Pope in 2014 thus far.

Looking back at history, we cannot discount that there is some sort of connection with religions and celestial activity. Which makes one to wonder, why is this particular trip scheduled over May 24, 2014. Was this date just purely confirmed out of convinence, or is there some sort of plan emerging.

We also must take into account that this trip will be after the first of the four 'Blood Moons' to occur.
According to the Jewish calender, several holy days will be falling on the passing of these four blood moons. The first being Passover to occur on April 15, 2014. We will also be having a lunar eclipse this year in October.

What is the signifigance with the passing of Comet Linear on the 24th of May?

   Some speculate that Comet Linear is an old ancient comet undisputed though it has graced our Earth much bolder in the past. It is thought possibly Comet Linear could have been a great comet of the past such as the Great Comet of 1556, which caused havoc on Earth, spurring earthquakes and volcanic increased activity. You can easily see how this would be considered a religious experience on Earth that would involve in Churches as not much was known about our solar system and its swirling bodes upon it.
   Are these events really just rooted in old superstitions associated with lesser knowledge of our surroundings? Only time will tell, but for sure these are events worthy to pay close attention to as the year wears on.

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