Comet ISON and the Rapture plus New ISON & Comet Lovejoy Timelapse

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Luk 21:25 "There will be strange things happening to the sun, the moon, and the stars. On earth whole countries will be in despair, afraid of the roar of the sea and the raging tides. Luk 21:26 People will faint from fear as they wait for what is coming over the whole earth, for the powers in space will be driven from their courses. Luk 21:27 Then the Son of Man will appear, coming in a cloud with great power and glory. Luk 21:28 When these things begin to happen, stand up and raise your heads, because your salvation is near." Comet 2012 S1 (ISON) is just 16 days away from its close encounter with the Sun and is now inside the orbit of Venus, at under 103,000,000 km (64,000,000 miles) away from the Sun. This new timelapse by award-winning photographer Justin Ng from Singapore shows the journey of both ISON and Comet 2013 R1 (Lovejoy), taken on November 11, 2013. The video covers 50 minutes of imaging time for ISON and 90 minutes of imaging time for you watch the video of each, don't worry -- the comets and their tails are not fizzling out! This actually reflects the reduced visibility of the comets as the sky was gradually becoming brighter with daybreak. Additionally, Justin cautions that in the timelapse, both comets appear to be moving especially fast because of smaller field of view and long November 4, there were indications of a possible ion tail emerging from Comet ISON, and this comet's growing dust tail now stretches to more than a full moon's diameter. "Comet ISON is now plunging towards the Sun with 2 long tails at a magnitude of around +7 and it is visible in small scopes and strong binoculars," writes ISON flies in front of constellation Virgo this week (from our vantage point on Earth) and it is expected to grow some times brighter before it passes by the bright star Spica in Virgo on November 17 and 18."Comet Lovejoy just passed into the constellation Leo with a magnitude of around +6 and it's an easy binocular object," said Justin. "R1 Lovejoy will remain well placed at 50 to 60 degrees above the northeastern horizon before sunrise through this week for observers from near the Equator."Comet What is God saying? by: Uriel Heldt: Timelapse of Comet ISON and Comet Lovejoy:

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