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Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Special Item to Note
🔺 17 October 2017: I recieved a rather odd notification today. The powers that be, (i.e. NASA) say there's no known threat, immediate or otherwise, to the earth from any nearby, approaching of incoming asteroid, comet or other space debris. That means there is nothing of an urgent nature that is currently on, pardon the pun, the event horizon.
So the oddity is that with the US having a very tight budget the money being put into a now 2-year old NASA asteroid defense office, known as the "Planetary Defense Coordination Office" (PDCO) is suddenly enjoying a near tripling of its budget, from $60 million per year to $150 million per year.
What is an additional $90 million being spent on when there's no immeidate threat from some inbound hurtling space rock? Or is there a space rock threat we're not yet privy to?
Most of us know that objects incoming from space are an integral part of 70th Week prophecy. See Revelation 8:7-11. These are the first 4 of the 7 Trumpet judgments, their occurrance is during the first half of the 70th Week, and being judgments, none of them are good for the earth and the life on it. That's obvious.
The increased concern for NASA's PDCO is not baseless either. On July 23rd a fireball meteor exploded in the sky above the USAF base at Thule, Greenland. Never saw a word about this three months ago, but today's notification mentions it. The fireball was speeding along at 15 miles per second when it exploded with the kinetic energy of a 2.1kT nuke detonation.