And so one star will break away from its usual course and take the way to earth.
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2010 March 16
This star is described as being of such a kind that anxiousness will attack men because they believe that the earth could become a victim of this unknown star. Read more:
Yesterday, on 15th March 2010, I read the headline "Search on for Death Star that throws out deadly comets" and the subtitle "Nasa scientists are searching for an invisible 'Death Star' that circles the Sun, which catapults potentially catastrophic comets at the Earth."
This caused me to think about Bertha Dudde's prophecies about a star that is coming at the second coming of the Lord. And later on I thought about the star that appeared at his first coming - the Star of Bethlehem.
Bertha Dudde's prophecies about the star can be found here on this website in the chapter Earth Upheaval in the section called Redemption Period.
For example B.D. NR. 4661 speaks of the star that is in advance or B.D. NR. 6324 where the effect of this star is described as being of such a kind that anxiousness will attack men because they believe that the earth could become a victim of this unknown star. There we read, "And so one star will break away from its usual course and take the way to earth."
Today now I read this article "Search on for Death Star that throws out deadly comets" and here are some quotes from it:
The star, also known as Nemesis, is five times the size of Jupiter and could be to blame for the impact that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
The bombardment of icy missiles is being blamed by some scientists for mass extinctions of life that they say happen every 26 million years.
Nemesis is predicted to lie at a distance equal to 25,000 times that of the Earth from the Sun, or a third of a light-year.
Astronomers believe it is of a type called a red or brown dwarf – a "failed star" that has not managed to generate enough energy to burn like the Sun.
But it should be detectable by a heat-sensitive space telescope called WISE, the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer.
Launched last year, WISE began surveying the skies in January. It is expected to discover a 1000 brown dwarfs within 25 light-years of the Sun – right on our cosmic doorstep – before its coolant runs out in October.
The nearest normal star to us is around 4.5 light-year away.
Our solar system is thought to be surrounded by a vast sphere of icy bodies, twice as far away as Nemesis, called the Oort Cloud.
Some get kicked in towards the planets as comets – giant snowballs of ice, dust and rock – and the suggestion is that the Death Star's gravitational influence is to blame.
The paleontologists David Raup and Jack Sepkoski discovered that, over the last 250 million years, life on Earth has been devastated on a 26-million-year cycle. Comet impacts are suggested as a likely cause for these catastrophes.
Most stars have one or more companion stars orbiting around each other, which would make the sun's single status unusual.
A major clue to Nemesis's existence is a mysterious dwarf planet called Sedna that was spotted on an elongated 12,000-year-long orbit around the sun.
Mike Brown, who discovered Sedna in 2003, said: "Sedna is a very odd object – it shouldn't be there! It never comes anywhere close to any of the giant planets or the sun. It's way, way out there on this incredibly eccentric orbit.
"The only way to get on an eccentric orbit is to have some giant body kick you – so what is out there?"
"There is statistically significant evidence that this concentration of comets could be caused by a companion to the Sun."
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