So far, the blood red moon’s influence will carry into the end of April as the Cardinal Cross has formed; this is also an indicator of apocalyptic uproar, triggering natural disasters and other catastrophes on Earth.
“I don’t see anything else that fulfills the prophetic words of Jesus Christ other than an asteroid strike,” said Robertson on The 700 Club television broadcast last Monday. “There isn’t anything else that will cause the seas to roil, the skies to darken.”
Of course, in the same breath Robertson was plugging his book ‘The End of the Age,’ which asserts a meteor will destroy the Earth.
So far Robertson has not blamed that asteroid on the homosexual agenda or on the scores of people that worship Satan; however, I am told to give him time.
The sad thing about what Robertson is saying or predicting is that he may be on to something because of recent data that suggests a dangerous space event may occur.
While Robertson says that it may happen next week, astronauts, scientists and even the Council on Foreign relations are saying that there is a potential for the reality to transpire.
However, they are not saying next week or next year, in fact, they can’t say or predict anything and even claim that we have been pretty lucky that a devastating space event hasn’t happened due to new data that has been released.
There were also small Earth tremors associated with these explosions and there was plenty of speculation that all of these explosions indicated that various countries were secretly testing nuclear bombs around the world.
We don’t know when or where an asteroid will hit the planet and so according the strategy for predicting and preventing a massive mega-death event is purely “blind luck“.
As Wired writes: “The asteroid that exploded over Chelyabinsk in February 2013 exploded with an energy of around 500 kilotons. Despite having a mass of around 13,000 metric tonnes and measuring 20 metres in diameter, it entered the Earth’s atmosphere undetected.” When it exploded, it caused property damage and injured 1,200 people.
As Newsweek reports, “Footage from a dashboard camera in a car on a snow-lined road in the Murmansk region, north of the Arctic Circle, showed a bright ball streaking diagonally toward Earth, pulsating twice and disappearing behind a building. The time was 2:14 a.m. on Sunday (2214 GMT on Saturday).”
Meanwhile, the frequency of large fireball sightings has increased everywhere across this planet. Many of these fireballs have illuminated the night sky and, in some cases, have created a sort of ‘daylight effect’ because of the brightness.
“Out of the total 1,674 collected internet queries, 374 mention 452 body injuries or inconveniences…
Of those, 5.3% reported sunburn, 48% eyes hurt, and 2.9% felt retinal burns. Because of the shock wave, 6.4% reported a concussion or mental confusion, upset, or exhaustion as a result of excessive stress…
People found it painful to look at the bright fireball, but glancing away prevented lasting eye damage.”
Of 1,113 respondents to an internet survey who were outside at the time, 25 were sunburned (2.2%), 315 felt hot (28%) and 415 (37%) warm…
Mild sunburns were reported through out the survey area…”
After the Russian meteor was seen on February 14, 2013, a quick report was given and said that we would be seeing these types of events twice a decade. Now the new findings confirm that we will be seeing a lot more damaging space rocks entering our atmosphere including those that flash and explode in the atmosphere.
After glancing at the Sentry Risk Table, maintained by the NASA/JPL Near-Earth Object Program. There are only a few potentially hazardous space rocks that rank on the Torino Scale of level 1 or higher. They are not scheduled or planned to get anywhere near us on a dangerous level until the 2030’s or even the 2040’s.
However, it doesn’t take a very large rock to ruin your day as the tables indicate that objects ranging from 5-10 meters wide impact Earth about once per year and deliver as much energy as the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. They usually go unnoticed because most of Earth’s surface is uninhabited, and the energy is usually released high in Earth’s atmosphere.
Many of these so-called “space dangers” has raised concerns with groups like the Council on Foreign Relations. They’ve issued a report, seemingly in tandem with that Earth Day announcement, saying that it is critical to act now against the threat of extra-terrestrial dangers that could trigger wars or international crisis.
According to the CFR website, there needs to be an emergency meeting to discuss the space capabilities of many nations of the world and their ability to help in deterring a potentially dangerous space event.
“Tactical warning indicators tend to be more overt. They include significant changes in the alert status or operational readiness of military units associated with China, North Korea, or Iran’s missile or space programs; the unexpected announcement of the closure of airspace to civilian aircraft over the territory of previous space launches; or preparations for missile tests from satellite launching stations which are usually detectable days, if not weeks, in advance. Space launches from road-mobile missile units, although closely monitored, would likely occur with less warning, if any. Additional indicators include specific space-related warnings or rhetoric, or the declaration of an anti-satellite or ballistic missile defense test, although no warning would be issued. The 2007 Chinese ASAT test that destroyed an LEO (Low Earth Orbit) satellite was not preceded by any specific warnings.”
“The United States has three primary national interests in preventing or mitigating the dangerous space contingencies detailed above, which would threaten U.S. or allied space assets and produce mass space debris, imperiling assured access to space.
Strategic warning indicators include statements of intention to interfere with or develop the capability to interfere with space operations of other powers during a crisis or wartime; evidence of such intent, including research and development or budget indicators, organizational changes, or intelligence collection; noticeably increased efforts to disrupt space communications using lasers or jammers against satellites or ground-based transmitters; or the sudden and unexplained launch of additional satellites into LEO, accompanied by an increase in aggressive or potentially hostile maneuvers.
Certain indicators are suggestive of potential military escalation or onset of conflict. These include a heightened diplomatic crisis involving the United States and China, North Korea, or Iran that could result in terrestrial military escalation and trigger a crisis-related interference in space; militarized tensions or direct conflict between one of the three countries and the United States, a U.S. treaty ally, or a non-U.S. ally with known space capabilities, such as India or Russia; or an internal power struggle among governing elites in China, North Korea, or Iran, prompting space activities intended to consolidate domestic power or stoke nationalism.”
The Council on Foreign Relations is now urging the United States China, North Korea, and Iran to mitigate or prevent dangerous space incidents and limit the multiplication of space debris that threaten space assets of all countries involved.
“Washington’s Federal Aviation Administration, the Office of Commercial Space Transportation and the US Department of Defence have developed aircraft vulnerability models, concluding that a fragment as small as 300 grams would prove “catastrophic” to aircraft, particularly if penetrating the fuselage or fuel tank.“
It seems that the attitude about the rarity of such events is changing and, while astronauts are giving us chilling findings about potentially hazardous near-earth objects, the CFR is confirming that the United States needs to leverage its influence to develop a foolproof contingency plan to prevent a space danger from occurring in the very near future.
The question is: Are we going to continue to rely on ‘blind luck’ to keep us safe?
Or are we looking towards divine intervention to prevent the extra-terrestrial threats that will soon present themselves?