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In close proximity to the upcoming March 15 alignment of Comet Elenin, which is just a few days away, there has been an earthquake in China, a big one in Japan (8.9), a new late winter storm in Turkey and Greece and yet another volcanic eruption in Indonesia. We noted an X-class solar flare a day or so ago, too. All of these things may be related to the approach of Comet Elenin. The following was posted to Laura Knight-Jadczyk's blog on 10 March 2011.


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Today we have an update on Comet Elenin from our astronomer friend. Before I get to that, let me just reassure folks that there is NOT going to be a pole shift in the next week or so as certain raving nutzoids have been spamming all over the net. Also, Comet Elenin is NOT going to hit Earth (which is not to say that other things won't at some point in space and time). However, there are a few things about this comet that are extremely interesting in view of the plasma comet theory of James McCanney. Again, I suggest that readers get a copy of this book and get up to speed on this theory and how comets can affect our entire solar system electromagnetically, and how that can dramatically affect our sun and therefore planet Earth. There is an increasing body of evidence that electromagnetic disturbance of our Sun is directly related to earthquakes, volcanism, and weather on our planet.

So, with that in mind, let's have a look at some new predictions for what relationships the planets of our solar system might form with the incoming body. Our astronomer friend - who wishes to remain anonymous for the present, but I can tell you that he works at a large observatory - has run the algorithm with the latest orbital elements available on Elenin. Here is the animation:


On the animation, there are two dots to represent Elenin's position; one is from the February 4th elliptical orbital elements and the other is from the February 23rd elements. This is just to test the convergence of the calculations.

The perihelion date is September 10th.

Now, we have some additional graphs that plot the distances between the Earth and Elenin and the angles between the Earth and the inner planets and Elenin, as viewed from the Sun. Here is the distance plot.

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Now, assuming that there are no errors and no dramatic changes to the orbit of Elenin, we find that the minimum distance (the closest Elenin will come to Earth) is 0.235 AU. (In other words, over 35 million kilometers distant - not likely to be much in the way of potential impact there!)

Referring back to the theories of Jim McCanney, there are three notable alignments between Elenin and Earth and some other body of the solar system in relation to the Sun.

On March 15th, there will be a Sun-Earth-Elenin Alignment. I guess we can look for some EM activity following that. Storms, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, perhaps even a little thinning of the veil?

On September 27th, there will be another Sun-Earth-Elenin alignment. There will also be a new moon at this time (rather close) and this might produce more dramatic EM action on the planet. If you check the angles plotted on the graph below, you'll see that this alignment is actually very interesting because Mercury also lines up on the opposite side of the Sun. So it is really a Mercury-Sun-Elenin-Moon-Earth alignment.

On November 23rd, another Sun-Earth-Elenin alignment. The new moon of November comes two days later on the 25th, so that might be "close enough for horseshoes" in the case of EM action.

If there are going to be any discharge related events as described in McCanney's theory, these dates may be important.

Here is the alignment graph:

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