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© Copyright: 2 May 2007

The following is a description of what the first impact event will be like as described in SIGNS SUPPLEMENT - METEORS, ASTEROIDS, COMETS, AND NEOS: July - August 2003.

July 5 2001:

Q: [Can you] describe to us, the catastrophic situation in our future, our near future?
A: It seems as though it will be a progression. Like the beginning of rain, when the first few big, cold drops fall; and then a pause followed by a few more drops; and then, a downpour. [...] I see rocks - but they aren't very large. They are like the size of your fist. Just a few. And they make something of a stir. An uproar. People will be excited... very upset. It looks like just two - two small rocks. And then nothing else happens for awhile, and then they forget about it. It all dies down. And then, a third, a fourth, a fifth and a sixth - and maybe even a seventh... isolated events, or so it seems. Still small.

And then, a big one.

All this will go on over a period of months.

This seems somewhat similar to the following Bible Codes.

Except the first fall is of small stones, not big ones as Bible Code seems to predict. A similar downpour has been been previously reported:
Phaeton is preceded by a sea of crystal (the comets' debris fields). They fall first, but keep falling even after the strike of the comet's main body. Rain drops ranging from the size of a man's head to that of a wigwam are reported as well as 50 kg. ice hail.
The sequence of these events over the period of a few months seem to suggest the proposed fragment fall in the July/August time frame, curiously when this description was first reported (5 July 2001) and posted (July to August 2003). This seems to suggest that the big one will be associated with the node crossing date of comet 3 or 4. The impact is believed to be in the Indian Ocean basin (possibly the Arabian Sea), but there is and association with Babylon (some believe to be associated with the USA) that is negative. It seems that Babylon's name (reputation) is mud and there is a star (a brown dwarf) that is associated with this reputation. The 'Bitter Rought-Edged Rock' (the big one) seems to be associated with these events.