Rapture vs. Wrath Timing – Part 2
We will finish up the series talking about timing of the Rapture in relation to God’s Wrath. Also…DANIEL’S 70TH WEEEK WATCH – ARE WE NOW IN THE FINAL 7 YEARS? Ukraine 2030 video Promotional video showing the plans of some for the future of Ukraine To be model of digital cashless society run by AI 2030 like Agenda 2030 when the world should be under world government And possibly the AC No more red tape b/c the humans were replaced by scripts and AI Home online school b/c people are locked down in their cities and cannot travel Remote monitoring of your health b/c you are under complete surveillance How did it happen? Fascism – gov’t and business in bed together ASTEROID IMPACT WATCH Planet-destroying asteroid Apophis is hurtling towards Earth and will put NASA’s Dart to the test https://www.dailyo.in/news/planet-destroying-asteroid-apophis-is-hurtling-towards-earth-and-will-put-nasas-dart-to-test-38720 Named after the Egyptian deity that is “chaos incarnate”, the asteroid, was first discovered in 2004 and is considered to be a “potentially hazardous asteroid.” According to CNEOS, Apophis has a 1 in 150,000 chance of hitting Earth in the year 2068. Apophis has a very unusual orbit that brings it incredibly close to the Earth, with a minimum distance of just 31,300 kilometers (19,460 miles) during its next flyby in 2029. This is roughly a tenth of the distance between the Earth and the Moon, and it is close enough to be visible to the naked eye. If Apophis were to impact the Earth, it would be a catastrophic event. The asteroid is estimated to be around 1,100 feet in diameter and weighs approximately 27 billion pounds. The impact would release energy equivalent to billions of atomic bombs, causing widespread destruction and devastation. The immediate effects would include a massive fireball and a shockwave that would level buildings, forests, and other structures within a radius of several miles. The asteroid would also create a massive crater, potentially hundreds of feet deep and several miles wide. The destruction would not be limited to the immediate impact area, as debris would be thrown into the atmosphere, blocking out sunlight and causing global cooling. The long-term effects would be even more devastating, with widespread famine, disease, and mass extinction of plant and animal life. The impact would likely cause a mass extinction event, similar to the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. DART is a spacecraft that will be sent to collide with an asteroid to test the feasibility of redirecting its trajectory. Apophis, with its size and proximity to Earth, is the perfect target for this mission. The DART mission will aim to hit Apophis with a kinetic impacter, which is a spacecraft that uses its own speed and mass to change the asteroid’s trajectory. The mission will be able to measure the effect of the collision on Apophis’s velocity and trajectory, thus, helping scientists to better understand how to redirect an asteroid’s path if it poses a threat to Earth. Radio waves experiment to be able to map asteroids in preparation for Apophis to use impactors https://wonderfulengineering.com/nasa-and-haarp-just-concluded-an-experiment-in-which-signals-were-bounced-off-an-asteroid/ NASA And HAARP Just Concluded An Experiment In Which Signals Were Bounced Off An Asteroid Scientists have come through with an experiment that involves making a radio signal bounce off an asteroid. It will be a test for probing a larger asteroid that in 2029 will pass closer to Earth than the many geostationary satellites that orbit our planet. “If you know the distribution of mass, you can make an impactor more effective, because you’ll know where to hit the asteroid a little better,” Haynes said. The test on the 2010 XC15 is another measure to be prepared for the much anticipated 2029 encounter with the asteroid Apophis Janus considering alternative missions after losing original ride https://spacenews.com/janus-considering-alternative-missions-after-losing-original-ride/ The spacecraft, which Scheeres described as being nearly complete and tested, are being placed in storage while the project team considers alternative missions. One intriguing possibility is to send one or both Janus spacecraft to Apophis before that near Earth asteroid makes a close approach to the Earth in April 2029. That asteroid is also the target of the extended mission for OSIRIS-REx, which will fly by Earth after returning samples from the asteroid Bennu in September, allowing it to rendezvous with Apophis shortly after the asteroid goes by Earth. He said NASA appears interested in that alternative mission, and the mission is looking for potential rideshare launch opportunities that would enable it. Janus could launch as late as early 2028 and arrive at Apophis before its April 2029 Earth flyby.