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Will A Comet Hit The Earth Again?

Originally Published in 2001


Reminding the readers of the coincidences associated between the very recent comets Shoemaker-Levi, Hyakutake and Hale-Bopp (1) and certain key dates of the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar, we wish to highlight other very dramatic coincidences just published by Tom Slattery in About Ancient/Classical History on 21 May 2001.

Summarizing the results of Mr. Slattery's work...

"About the time of the Hale-Bopp appearance in 2213 BC, there seems to have been a widespread collapse of ancient civilization, followed by an apparent lengthy dark age.

Not only did two great ancient civilizations suddenly collapse and enter into chaos for over a century - sinisterly coincident with the previous appearance of comet Hale-Bopp - a cataclysmic event, followed by a serious sudden temporary climate change, appears to have taken place at the onset of the collapse.

Did some large part of comet Hale-Bopp collide with our delicate small blue planet in 2213 BC?

Clear in our present memory are those remarkable Earth-based and space telescope photographs of Comet Shoemaker-Levy, broken up into a string of giant objects, serially colliding with the giant planet Jupiter between July 16 and July 22, 1994.

Is it possible that the comet Hale-Bopp we saw for a month in the spring of 1997 is only a part of a once larger comet that appeared in 2213 BC?

Did our ancient ancestors get bopped by a fragment of Hale-Bopp? If so, where did it hit?

And... Might there be another fragment following Hale-Bopp out there that could intersect with our planet's orbit? Again?"

Complete article by Mr. T. Slattery

(1) Shoemaker-Levi, Hyakutake and Hale-Bopp

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