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2017 fulfills all of these time spans. 2017 less 120 years is the first Zionist Congress of 1897.
2017 less 100 years is 1917, the Balfour Declaration for Israel.
2017 less 70 years is 1947, when the UN General Assembly voted to create Israel.
2017 less 50 years is 1967, when Jerusalem was recaptured.
Is God awesome or what?
(on his website he doesnt say "God", but only "that" - Is that awesome or what?)
notice also that in his website that are several lines quoted directly from the book as is, well... almost... in the book the same material has minor differences, and in his site (writers-web-services.com) the same stuff appears, but with less emphasis on the religious (my guess would be to try to gain a few skeptic people that would normally run away from religion/bible-based theories).
In the book, comparing with the material on his website, you get the feeling the filtering is turned off, and you can see clearly the author's real thesis: "This is God's plan and it's written in the Bible"
Don't like it... I was expecting more juice.
One other thing doesn't make much sense is that the author claimed that NASA shutdown a infrared telescope back in the 80s (1983 i guess) when they first found the damn thing and kept it secret. So what's the point in releasing a software that would allow everyone to see it? A software by micro$oft? which for conspiracy theorists, is also, together with nasa, aligned with the establishment or whatever, and the coming of the new world order? Yes - it is also author's thesis that the coming of planet-x will bring such destruction that this will create the opportunity for the new world order to establish itself forcefully by combined "authorities" (and then goes on about the anti-christ etc...), the establishment knows this already and is planning since 1983, that's why - author says - usa, russia, china etc are building massive bunkers, the cia is relocating to colorado, etc, etc...
I'm not disputing this thesis (I cannot prove neither disprove it), just saying the author makes these correlations.
By the way, talking about the telescope and actually trying to see the thing (that's what lured my attention to buying the book),
I installed the WWTelescope and checked the supposed object IC5385 in the WISE infrared view, it doenst show anything.
You have to zoom the hell out to start seeing a massive bright red/yellow object shooting rays from 4 or 5 directions (dont know if this is optic effect or actual stuff coming out from the object) which is marked as unidentified and clearly not IC5385. I dont know if the author mention IC5385 because it is the next closest thing to the massive unidentified stuff (thus rendering it not possible to be searchable/findable using the software), or if IC5385 is one of the planets (thus not showing up on infrared view) orbiting the star, which would be in this case the massive unidentified red/yellow shiny object.
Author has some interesting thesis though about the alignment of planets in constelation of Pisces, which supposedly will happen between sept and oct/2017 and will indicate (based on the Bible - that's authors thesis) the date of arrival of planet -x.
In authors thesis, planet-x (or the dwarf star around which planet-x/niburu rotates?) is many larger than jupiter, and is right now in 2016 between jupiter and mars, but still being bigger than jupiter we cannot see it, but we can see jupiter... which i also find strange.
Anyway... to wrap it up: because of the religious emphasis, this gets a 1 star.
If the future shows the author is correct I'll come back here and change this to eleven freaking stars as this will be the most important book in human history regardless of amount of religous rant.
For now, 1 star it is.
Then he attempts to pin a date on "the Rapture" of the church. And gives the date as one late in October, the "100 years" anniversary of Russia's October revolution. That would be 25 October. But one problem. That's 25 October in the old defunct Julian calendar; that would I believe be November 7 per our calendar, a fact he never seems to realize. This may also throw off his full moon event also.
Truthfully I can't see much point in reading this disorganized mess. If you are very religious and have no religious issues with modern prophets, you might find some of the visions and dreams he relates interesting. Otherwise, don't bother. It's just a slapped together mess of religious speculation and really nothing here about planet X.
To quote the author from the introduction: "...take this book and use it to do further research on your own."
If Planet X, and the Nemesis system are real and inbound, then absolutely everything on this planet will be gravely affected. Is the public being warned? David Meade has the both the intellectual honesty, and moral courage to tackle this complex subject. Thank you, David.
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