Friday, March 1, 2024

Not a Movie

This is reality. Planetary close pass. There's more going on up there than you could ever dream of.


Sari said...

Wow. Do you think that the comet that's "growing wings" is Kochav Yaacov, or do you think it has to be one of the planets?

Anonymous said...

Hi. On what do you base that the shape of the clouds corresponding with that? (Not ironic, serious question). Just because it looks like a planet?

Devorah said...

Sari, the planets are not going to hit us, but they are causing flooding, earthquakes and setting off volcanoes. They do a close pass for 180 days and then usually move further out for 180 days, but the latest "close pass" was supposed to end in September but this time they didn't move much further away, and now since the beginning of March they are extremely close, which means there's going to be some amazing photos coming out.

Hashem has designed this system to come just close enough to affect our weather, but not close enough to destroy Earth.

The comet may do some damage from all the debris in it's tail, asteroids and meteors.

Anonymous: it looks like a planet because it is a planet. We are seeing the back of the planets, their front faces towards their Sun, which is behind our Sun. All the planets have their own atmospheres and clouds, and we see their clouds mixing in with our sky. We can identify all the planets as we know their shapes and colours.

LondonMale said...

I took this photo of London at about 6.15pm on Sunday 3rd `march 2024.

The red sky is unusual.

(Ignore the blue/grey marks in the clouds, they are reflections from behind me.)

Devorah said...

Thank you LM. The red skies are from the planet Isatum being in close proximity. [Isatum is red obviously] There are places where the entire sky is deep red at sunset and it looks really strange.

It's a nice photo, but just for your info, photos taken through glass are not permitted at the planet site, purely because of the reflections etc.

Keep looking up... I'll tell you all how to recognise planets in a sky that seemingly looks just like weird clouds.

Anonymous said...

Hi Devorah, Any idea why there would still be light behind the clouds 30 minutes past shkiah? I live in Israel where the sun sets quickly. TC

Devorah said...

TC if you could possibly take a photo next time and send it to me I could get someone to tell you what's going on, but without a photo I'm just guessing.
There is a second sun behind our sun, I don't know if that's the reason, but people have also reported that in places in America there seems to be light in the sky very early in the morning like 2am and 3am.

If anyone wants to send me a photo, leave a comment with your email address, which I won't publish, and I will email you. I can't put my email address on the internet due to attacks and hacking.

Anonymous said...

I do have photos. Please tell me how to send you them. I'm not so good at this technology stuff. TC

Devorah said...

First of all send me your email address so I can email you.

To send a photo, you email me and click on the attachment logo located somewhere at the base of the body of the email, then you click on the photo[2] you want to send and they will attach themselves to your email.

Then you just click SEND.

LondonMale said...


The media lead today with a story that the re din the London sky was a phenomena known as "The Northern Lights".

These can usually be seen in Norway, even north Scotland. explains them:

"The northern lights, or the aurora borealis, are beautiful dancing ribbons of light.

They are created when energized particles from the sun slam into Earth's upper atmosphere at speeds of up to 45 million mph (72 million kph), but our planet's magnetic field protects us from the onslaught.

As Earth's magnetic field redirects the particles toward the poles — there are southern lights, too, the dramatic process transforms into a cinematic atmospheric phenomenon."

To see them in London is very rare. Almost unprecedented.
IF of course, that is what we saw.

It would provide a cover story for Isatum.

Devorah said...

Actually this year the Northern Lights have been seen in places they've never been seen before. For me, that's just another sign of Wonders in the Heavens everywhere you go. Your photo didn't look like Northern Lights to me, but I'm not an expert on this even though I've been watching these things for over 18 months, there's so much to learn.