Coming Chaos or Mere Coincidence: Could These Be Signs of An Approaching Planet X?
Written by Compton N
BENDEDREALITY.COM – 2015
Before we begin, I would just like to say that I am not a professional writer or storyteller but I would like to share with you what I consider to be some interesting information and the intriguing manner in which it all seems to tie together. These events aren’t predictions, neither mine nor anyone else’s; they are simply existing facts and my interpretation of them and their possible connection. I hope that you will find it thought-provoking or, at the very least, interesting.
Sometimes we come across something online or in an article, graph, video or maybe something we hear and at the time we think to ourselves, that seems a little strange, but then we either file it away in the back of our mind or sometimes we dig further if it seems like something too big to ignore. We can be exposed to a lot of information on a daily basis and as a result sometimes trends or patterns start to become involuntarily evident.
The events I will share with you were all completely separate, unrelated and were read at very different time periods, so initially there were no obvious connections.
Let’s start things off with a nice little comet named Catalina (C/2013 US10).
Comet Catalina is of Oort cloud origin and is expected to reach a magnitude between 4-5 (at or very near naked eye visibility or visible without the aid of an optical device) from around November 2015. The comet will come to perihelion (closest approach to the Sun) on 15 November 2015 at a distance of 0.82 AU from the Sun. It crosses the celestial equator on 17 December 2015 becoming a northern hemisphere object. On 17 January 2016 the comet will pass 0.72 AU (108,000,000 km; 67,000,000 mi) from Earth and could still be around magnitude 5 while located in the constellation of Ursa Major. C/2013 US10 is dynamically new. It came from the Oort cloud with a loosely-bound chaotic orbit that was easily perturbed by galactic tides and passing stars.
What does all of that mean? Simply put, it means just a few days before Christmas in December 2015 a new object may appear in the skies of the northern hemisphere.
This may or may not seem like such a big deal to some, but hang on, this is just the first event.
Almost as if on cue, a few months after Catalina has possibly faded out of naked eye visibility, Comet C/2013X1 (PanSTARRS) steps in. This one may or may not reach naked eye visibility. I wasn’t able to get a lot of details on this one. Here’s the limited technicals on it:
Newly discovered Comet C/2013 X1 PanSTARRS: Discovered +8AU out, Peri=1.3AU April 2016, Minimum Earth distance=0.6AU June 2016. 0.6AU = 89 758 722.4 kilometers.
If you’re now thinking, Meh! That’s far enough away to not worry, you may be missing the point. You may want to think more along these lines: When have we last seen such comet traffic? It’s the sheer number of comets that’s becoming the eye opener (for now), not it’s proximity to Earth (yet).
For the other remaining comets of interest, I will just list them and skip the commentary on them so that we may get to the other “events.”
The other comets that may be of interest, following the ones I already mentioned, are 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova in January of 2017, 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak in March 2017, 46P/Wirtanen November 2018. There are others, of course, but these are the ones with a high potential of being naked eye visible and may be relatively close to Earth on those approximate dates.
So it seems like starting this year and each year after there is a strong likelihood of a different naked eye visible comet for each upcoming year. How normal is that?
To add to the whole comet extravaganza, I recall seeing a video not too long ago regarding incoming Oort cloud comets. Scientists (not theorists or guessers) said that based on data, comets appear to be incoming from one localized point of the Oort cloud. This would tend to indicate a specific object, not random influence, is the cause of the comets becoming dislodged from the Oort cloud and sent hurtling perilously our way.
Now onto our second event — our friendly neighborhood asteroids!
I check the JPL NEO (Near Earth Object) listing on a fairly regular basis, just in case anything new and potentially catastrophic pops up. There hasn’t been anything “new” added lately to speak of that would be considered threatening but were already a few on there that may raise a few eyebrows, not to mention a few hairs on one’s neck. But out of the top five on the list, only one (maybe two) are events that will occur in the very near future. 2007 VE191 is a near-Earth asteroid listed on the Sentry Risk Table. It is estimated to be roughly 63 meters in diameter and has a 1:63,000 chance of impacting Earth on 27 November 2015. If only our odds of winning the lottery were that good. You might also be saying, November 2015? Where have I seen that date mentioned? HINT: Think Comet Catalina; this event occurs around the same approximate date as my first noted event!
Our third event isn’t one event per se but more of a disturbing trend I’ve been noticing when I check the PHAs or Potentially Hazardous Asteroids list. When it comes to very small asteroids, it’s not unusual to see them get fairly close to Earth and on the flip-side it is quite normal when a fairly large one (1km as an example) is listed they tend to be relatively far in comparison to the smaller asteroids which is definitely a good thing.
Here’s the problem: Lately, the list has been looking a little different. More often now there are fairly large asteroids not being as far away as they used to be. I’ll provide just one example of this to keep things moving along:
Asteroid 1999 JD6’s closest approach on July, 25, 2015 will be a mere 18.8LD (7,226,738 km or 4,490,486 miles). This may seem far enough away but it is in fact quite a large object and that distance is actually relatively close for such a large object which can be easily influenced gravitationally by the other planets, the Sun, other asteroids or comets, etc., and we could be in big trouble in the blink of an eye. My point is, the cozy and safe large asteroids-to-Earth distance ratio seems to be changing for the worse. Hopefully, this is only a random few and just a temporary trend, but time will tell.
It would seem our “neck of the woods” in space is becoming rather hectic and even more so starting around November or maybe as early as September of this year.
Lastly, various other prophesied events seem to be huddled around the date of September 2015. I’ve been seeing a lot about a complete or major economic collapse in or around September, as well as religious prophetic events on or around September 2015.
There you have it, my informational version of “connect the dots.” These are upcoming events that may be of potential concern in the time frame of around November 2015 onward.
My concluding thoughts are that something has disturbed an area of the Oort cloud some time ago and has sent this stream of “new” or first time comets and asteroids hurtling toward us which are now starting to arrive. Just what could have nudged and dislodged these Oort cloud objects? A distant planet at the edge of our solar system (Planet X / Nibiru, perhaps)? Could it be a star (Nemesis) passing very close to, or worse, entering our solar system? Or possibly a red or brown dwarf star which are difficult to locate, even with professional equipment, but may be making its way toward us, even this moment?
Our existence and the place in which we exist is terrifyingly and wonderfully mind-blowing. Never stop wondering!