Is comet Ison the great comet of 1680

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PostFri Oct 05, 2012 12:06 pm » by Fatdogmendoza


Generations of Californians have been
"putting down roots" along one of the world's
most famous faults -- the San Andreas. However, few Californians have experienced a major San Andreas earthquake. In Northern
California, years ago in 1906. Over 3,000 people were killed and 225,000 people were left homeless. In Southern California, the last major earthquake on the San Andreas fault was more than 150 years ago (1857), rupturing the fault from Central California to San Bernardino. Few people lived in the area, so there was very little damage.

Further south along the San Andreas fault, from San Bernardino through the Coachella Valley to the Salton Sea, more than 320 years have passed since the last major earthquake (around 1680). Another major earthquake is likely to happen on this section of the fault within our lifetime


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The orbital elements of ISON are so surprisingly similar to that of the Great Comet of 1680 (Kirch) that is has caused some speculation that the two bodies may be the same comet, and this is simply a return of Comet Kirch. Gottfried Kirch had discovered the comet on November 14, 1680, thus becoming the first person to discover a comet using a telescope.

From the "Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America", by John Fiske, "Late in the autumn of 1680, the good people of Manhattan were overcome with terror at the sight in the heavens such as has seldom greeted human eyes." When the Dutch settlers of New York saw the comet in late December of 1680, a letter published by Martin Schoonmaker in 1888, and written in December, 1680, stated, "Undoubtedly, God threatens us with dreadful punishments if we do not repent." The letter went on to suggest a day of humiliation and prayer. Dr. Edmund Halley (Halley’s comet fame) believed that the comet had previously appeared in 44 BC, 531 AD, and 1106 AD, and then in 1680 AD. This would give the orbit a period of 575 years, meaning it should not return again until 2255 AD. Lastly, William Whiston, a contemporary and disciple of the great Isaac Newton, believed that the comet of 1680 had literally grazed the earth after the fall of Eden, triggering Noah’s flood in 2346 BC.



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PostSat Dec 29, 2012 3:59 am » by showmemike


COMET ISON may be the return of the STAR OF BETHLEHEM

the orbit of COMET ISON brings it back very 333 years,
so it can be established that the comet was here in 15 a.d.
considering that an exact year has never been established
for the birth of christ,
is it more than coincidence that
there was a census in 14 a.d. called by Caesar Augustus?

you heard it here first !
http://www.facebook.com/events/371628202915203/

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PostSat Dec 29, 2012 5:02 am » by theclarificator3


showmemike wrote:COMET ISON may be the return of the STAR OF BETHLEHEM

the orbit of COMET ISON brings it back very 333 years,
so it can be established that the comet was here in 15 a.d.
considering that an exact year has never been established
for the birth of christ,
is it more than coincidence that
there was a census in 14 a.d. called by Caesar Augustus?

you heard it here first !
http://www.facebook.com/events/371628202915203/


Interesting stuff.
It could announce as well the Return of Christ.

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PostSat Dec 29, 2012 7:23 am » by Constabul


Thanks fer the tidbit FD
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