"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

BREAKING: Suicidal Mega-Comet Slams Into The Sun (VIDEOS)

BREAKING: Suicidal Mega-Comet Slams Into The Sun
BIG Quakes expected!  Signs on the sun Luke 21:25

A Huge Comet Crashed into the Sun on September 27, 2017. ESA’s SOHO satellite captured a large comet hurtling toward the sun. SOHO/LASCO C2 C3 spacecrafts spotted the sundiving comet making its final death plunge.


Huge Sundiving Comet Crashes Into the Sun – Massive ‘Hole’ on the Sun Blasting Earth w/ Solar Storms

A large coronal hole is sparking polar geomagnetic storms on Sept. 27th, and is likely to continue on Sept. 28-29, as a stream of high-speed solar wind buffets our planet’s magnetic field. Isolated periods of moderate G2-class storming could spark Northern Lights in US states as far south as e.g. New York, Michigan and Washington. A HOLE IN THE SUN’S ATMOSPHERE: NASA’s Solar Dymanics Observatory is monitoring a large, canyon-shaped hole that has opened in the sun’s atmosphere. Bisecting almost the entire Earth-facing hemisphere of the sun, the hole is 200,000 km wide and stretches a million km southward from the sun’s north pole. Solar wind flowing from this CH faster than 600 km/s reached our planet on Sept. 27th, and it is going to spark at least three days of polar geomagnetic storms. Despite the impressive scale of this hole, it is nothing unusual. Coronal holes open on a regular basis. We typically see at least one each month. Solar wind streams from coronal holes keep Earth’s poles glowing with auroras even during periods of low sunspot number–like now.

Geomagnetic Storm, Mexico Quake Review | S0 News Sept.27.2017

2 Volcanoes Rumbling/Ring of Fire/Evacuations

SOHO: DUAL objects race towards Sun / “Extra Solar” object detected in DEEP space!

Dual objects have been spotted racing towards the sun possibly diving into the surface or flying around the star. If you look very closely you will see what appears to be a possible “Extra Solar System” object visible at the ‘high noon’ position of Lasco C3. There is clearly an object there moving at a much slower speed than all of the background stars. It also is moving ‘clock-wise’ which does not agree with out solar system’s basic laws of motion….making it more than likely a “extra solar” object (outside of our solar system).