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Elenin: The Doomsday Rock?

Updated on March 1, 2013

Comet or Spaceship?

Elenin is a comet that is coming in our direction.

Official reports say that, at its closest, it will be 21 million miles away on 16th October 2011. They report it is a regular Comet and is passing far enough away to have no effect on our planet.

That is the official statement.

However, other scientists are reporting differently. Some say it will impact Earth or if not, it will come close enough that debris from it will impact Earth.

One report says that it is not a natural comet but some sort of spaceship another says that it is a comet but has space craft following it.

Of course, there are also many who think that it is Nibiru, of Sumerian fame, Planet X.

As Elenin was approaching a point where it would be in alignment with Earth and the Sun, David Morrison, a senior Astrobiology Scientist with NASA said the occurrence would have no detrimental effects on Earth. On the day, ten days later, March 11th a massive Earthquake struck Japan, coincidence?

Morrison also said that this is nothing to do with the Maya prediction, as Elenin will pass before 2012. This shows that Morrison has more faith in ancient Mayan astronomy than I have in his.

Despite the alarmists, evidence suggests that Elenin will pass at what should be a safe distance from Earth.

Torsion Field

Possible Danger

One group of scientists have however, expressed concerns that Elenin may be a Torsion Field Generator.

When objects spin at exceptionally fast speeds, they disrupt the environment around them. This is known as a torsion field.

Experiments carried out by Russian scientists concluded that torsion fields could travel at speeds exceeding that of light and could have unspecified affects on gravity.

If Elenin is a torsion generator, we have not done enough studies in this area to determine exactly what the possible effects could be on our planet, if any.

The skies are busy this year. On November 9th 2011 another celestial body, an asteroid will pass within 200,000 miles of Earth. Once again, we are told there is no danger.

Coincidentally, November 9th 2011 is also the same day that FEMA have declared as the day for a FEMA Homeland Security Test, when all radio and television stations must allow time for FEMA broadcasts. I guess this too is just coincidence.


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    • Tony DeLorger profile image

      Tony DeLorger 6 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      Always fascinating mate! I guess these occurences have been a constant since the beginning of time. When in fact something will collide with our little blue marble is anyone's guess. But eventually it will, as a matter of probability. Thanks ravken, our skywatcher and informant of possibility.

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      rafken 6 years ago from The worlds my oyster

      Peter - These things were mentioned at an on-line conference, sponsored by Project Camelot.

    • PETER LUMETTA profile image

      PETER LUMETTA 6 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

      rafken, Who reports that it may be a spaceship or followed by one? Always thought provoking. Thanks, Peter