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Sunday, December 25, 2016

Comet Honda Coming For a Close Approach -- Analysis Shows Honda Causes Large Earthquakes

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This is my own theory.    I found the approach data, and then checked the long term earthquake data.    It doesn't cause earthquakes every pass by earth, but it does on many.    If the earths plates are stressed, Comet Honda can be the Trigger.    

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Other theory is that Honda could trigger a CME that would hit around New Years.   It is now well documented by Suspicious0bservers that CMEs are present on EVERY large earthquake.   Google it

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Comet 45p-caused CME threat to nuke cooling next 10 days either side of 12-31 perihelion, and/or comet breakup, can be watched at https://theskylive.com/45p-info, and bpearthwatch.com. Nearest approach to earth 2-13-2017 also to be watched. CME when comet is between sun and earth would be earth-facing threat. Happy New Year.
 


Expect large earthquake (s) especially since there has been very unusual earthquake activity the last month.    Even a 7.5 EQ could be a pre-shock, as opposed to a "stress relief".

Be Prepared, Not Scared

My original data had comet Honda in a super close approach Feb 2017, but newer data shows that brightest magnitude is right around Jan 1, 2017 and others were using this date for a fly by.

JPL shows Feb 17, 2017 for close approach, others show Feb 11, and Feb 14

http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?orb=1;sstr=45P;old=0;cov=0;log=0;cad=1#cad
  

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Comet 'Honda' 
Close approaches to planets: This comet made 11 close approaches to Earth and 2 close approaches to Jupiter during the 20th century. It makes 1 close approach to Venus, 5 close approaches to Earth, and 1 close approach to Jupiter during the first half of the 21st century. (From the orbital work of Kazuo Kinoshita)
  • 0.62 AU from Earth on 1900 July 31
No Big Earthquake
·       ·  1901 12 18 - Ayvalik, Turkey (Ottoman Empire) - M 5.9
·       ·  1899 09 20 - Menderes Valley, Turkey - M 6.9 Fatalities 1,100
  • 0.64 AU from Earth on 1906 March 20
Big Earthquake 4 days prior
·       ·  1907 01 14 - Kingston, Jamaica - M 6.5 Fatalities 1,000
·       ·  1906 08 17 - Valparaiso, Chile - M 8.2 Fatalities 3,882
·       ·  1906 03 16 - Chia-i, Taiwan - M 6.8 Fatalities 1,250
·       ·  1905 09 08 - Calabria, Italy - M 7.9 Fatalities 557
·       ·  1905 07 09 - Mongolia - M 8.4
  • 0.26 AU from Earth on 1917 January 16
Bali Earthquake, 4 days after the Honda Comet
·       ·  1917 07 30 - Yunnan, China - M 7.5 Fatalities 1,800
·       ·  1917 01 20 - Bali, Indonesia Fatalities 1,500
  • 0.35 AU from Earth on 1927 November 24
Big Earthquake 1 week after Honda comet
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·       ·  1929 05 01 - Koppeh Dagh, Iran (Persia) - M 7.4 Fatalities 3,800
·       ·  1928 12 01 - Talca, Chile - M 7.6 Fatalities 225
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  • 0.08 AU from Jupiter on 1935 August 15
    • decreased perihelion distance from 0.64 AU to 0.58 AU
    • decreased orbital period from 5.53 to 5.27 years
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  • 0.83 AU from Earth on 1943 July 12
NO Big Earthquakes
·       ·  1944 02 01 - Gerede, Turkey - M 7.4 Fatalities 2,790
·       ·  1944 01 15 - San Juan, Argentina - M 7.4 Fatalities 8,000
·       ·  1943 11 26 - Ladik, Turkey - M 7.6 Fatalities 4,000
·       ·  1943 09 10 - Tottori, Japan - M 7.4 Fatalities 1,190
·       ·  1943 04 06 - Illapel - Salamanca, Chile - M 8.2 Fatalities 25
·       ·  1943 01 30 - Yanaoca, Peru Fatalities 200
·       ·  1942 12 20 - Erbaa, Turkey - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,100
·       ·  1942 11 26 - Turkey - M 7.6 Fatalities 4,000
  • 0.43 AU from Earth on 1948 November 16 (contributed to comet's discovery)
·       Big Earthquake 6 days prior
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·       ·  1947 05 06 - Wisconsin
·       ·  1946 08 04 - Samana, Dominican Republic - M 8.0 Fatalities 100
·       ·  1946 05 31 - Ustukran, Turkey - M 5.9 Fatalities 1,300
  • 0.59 AU from Earth on 1954 March 15
Big Earthquake 2 weeks after Honda Comet
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·       ·  1954 09 09 - Orleansville, Algeria - M 6.8 Fatalities 1,250
·       ·  1954 04 30 - Greece - M 7.1 Fatalities 31
·       ·  1954 03 29 - Spain - M 7.9
·       ·  1953 12 12 - Tumbes, Peru - M 7.4 Fatalities 7
·       ·  1953 08 12 - Kefallinia, Greece - M 7.1 Fatalities 455
  • 0.30 AU from Earth on 1969 August 11
A 5.9 earthquake, smallish, and 2 weeks before.
·       ·  1969 12 25 - Guadeloupe, Leeward Islands - M 7.2
·       ·  1969 10 01 - Comas region, Chile - M 6.4 Fatalities 136
·       ·  1969 07 25 - Guangdong, China - M 5.9 Fatalities 3,000
·       ·  1969 03 28 - Alasehir, Turkey - M 6.4 Fatalities 11
·       ·  1969 02 28 - Portugal-Morocco area - M 7.8 Fatalities 13
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  • 0.23 AU from Earth on 1975 February 5
  • Big Earthquakes 3 days prior and 1 day prior
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  • 0.11 AU from Jupiter on 1983 March 26
    • decreased perihelion distance from 0.58 AU to 0.54 AU
    • increased orbital period from 5.28 to 5.30 years
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  • 0.29 AU from Earth on 1990 August 1
  • No big earthquakes
·  1991 04 22 - Costa Rica - M 7.6 Fatalities 47
·  1990 07 16 - Luzon, Philippine Islands - M 7.7 Fatalities 1,621
·  1990 06 20 - Western Iran - M 7.4 Fatalities 50,000
  • ·  1990 01 13 - Maryland - M 2.5
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  • 0.17 AU from Earth on 1996 February 4
  • No big earthquakes
·  1996 06 10 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 7.9
·  1995 06 15 - Greece - M 6.5 Fatalities 26
·  1995 05 27 - Sakhalin Island - M 7.1 Fatalities 1,989
·  1995 05 13 - Greece - M 6.6
·  1995 02 03 - Wyoming - M 5.3 Fatalities 1
  • 0.09 AU from Venus on 2006 June 4
  • 0.06 AU from Earth on 2011 August 15
Big Earthquake 6.8, Japan, Honshu (Fukushima)
_________________________________________________The future
  • 0.09 AU from Earth on 2017 February 11
  • 0.57 AU from Earth on 2027 July 20
  • 0.17 AU from Jupiter on 2030 August 3
    • increased perihelion distance from 0.56 AU to 0.63 AU
    • increased orbital period from 5.34 to 5.52 years
  • 0.37 AU from Earth on 2032 November 6
  • 0.39 AU from Earth on 2043 November 21
 
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 An interesting "tablet" documents a 2193 BC prediction and subsequent documentation of a large comet impact, causing 300 years of cooling, and collapse of various civilizations.

Abstract

The K8538 is the world's first scientific documentation on approach and terrestrial impact of a large comet on Earth. Observations were made on top of an astronomical tower, located 100 km close to the impact site. The report is presented in form of a sequence of eight pictures, explaining the comet's first astronomical sighting, the appearance of comet tail and coma, the growing comet size, the comet flight across the sky and finally, its visible impact beyond the horizon, i.e. the impact flash lighting of the sky and the subsequent elevation of ash plumes, glowing beyond the horizon, spreading North and West.
 
The impact itself is not described as a blast pressure wave but rather as an ash and dust tempest, rising out of mud sediments from the Tigris and Euphrates river delta, where the hot comet found its burial. The astronomical observer carried out trigonometrical measurements to record the flight path in the sky, flying distances and flying times. 
 
The observer started his measurements as soon as the comet showed its spectacular size, coma and tail, which convinced the observer, that an extraordinary celestial event was about to take place. 
 
The K8538 is a full comprehensive analysis of the comet event; its eight-picture sequence is cohesive. The tablet is a masterly work, explaining with as little text a maximum amount of impact event features. The tablet is a late Babylonian copy of the early old Sumerian original. 
 
Written cuneiform signs of two zodiacal constellations, Orion and Triangulum, are later Babylonian copy scribe additions and were not part of the Sumerian original. 
 
The K8538 tablet had high priority in Babylonian times, because it provided the documented evidence that the comet emerged out of the constellation Triangulum, Mul-Apin, onto which late Babylonian astronomy and religion rested. 
 
The tablet eyewitness account shows Mul-Apin as celestial seat of Gods and celestial source of destructive meteors on Earth. For this reason, the K8538 was guarded, copied and refreshed over more than 1,500 years, until the late Babylonian period, after the observed meteor impact in 2,193 BC. 
 
The tablet does not deal with any Babylonian zodiacal astrology. The described cosmic impact on Earth is the so-called 4.2 kyr event, shown in our other Holocene climate change studies. The comet impact is responsible for a 300 year long drop in global temperatures combined with lasting mega-droughts, which led to the collapse of various ancient civilizations around the world.

 

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