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Alexandra Bruce
October 19, 2013

When NASA Administrator, Charles Bolden was asked, “What would we do if we detected an asteroid, small like the one that hit Russia and headed for New York City in 3 weeks?” His answer was: “If it’s coming in 3 weeks, pray.”

Here’s the deal. When the closest fly-by of an asteroid ever predicted occurred on February 15, 2013 – but instead, it was another, *unpredicted* asteroid, on that same day, which exploded over the skies of Chelyabinsk, Russia, imploding weak structures and shattering thousands of windows and sending over 1,000 people to the hospital with related wounds, there were many who regarded this explanation of an “unexpected” coincidence of two near-miss asteroids on the same day with some suspicion (since nobody trusts the government, anymore).

But in this case, the US Government was actually telling the truth. As John P. Holdren, Senior Advisor to President Obama on Science and Technology said, “The meteorite that hit Russia came in the direction of the Sun…in the direction the telescopes could not see.”

However, there are those who would say that this statement was just partially true – more like the tip of the proverbial iceberg. They claim that in 1983, NASA discovered the ever-elusive “Planet X,” a brown dwarf companion star to our Sun, referred to as “Nibiru” in some circles and “Nemesis” in others and more recently, “The Shiva Hypothesis” by NYU’s Michael Rampino – but that it has kept mum about it ever since. The reason for this is because there is nothing they can do about it – and it is also difficult to track, due to its location in a kind of ‘zone of avoidance’, in the midst of its binary orbit, behind our Sun.

The implications of this brown dwarf’s approach are dire: nothing less than a series of extinction level events, as the trail of cosmic effluvia that this brown dwarf is gravitationally dragging along with it become ensnared by the stronger gravitational pull of the Earth, and then all this meteoric detritus begins to rain down upon us.

So, the fact that the Chelyabinsk meteor came closer than the *predicted* meteor (which safely sailed away) – from the direction of the Sun, “the direction the telescopes can’t see” – this can mean that the doom and destruction of Nemesis may not be far off – or just that this little biddy meteor was just a harbinger of inevitable events, which will occur long after our lifespans are over – and not necessarily the *cause* of the end of our lifespans.

Ancient and traditional cultures, all over the world have what is known as “World Age Doctrines”, which have been correlated to what’s known as the Precession of the Equinoxes, which describes the slow changes in the position of the stars in our sky over the millennia, due to a slight wobble in the Earth’s rotation but they have also been related to both the comings and goings not only of this brown dwarf star but also of our own Solar System’s revolutions around the Galactic Center. These cultures include the Hindu, the Greek, the Roman, the Maya, the Aztec, the Hopi, the Buddhist and the Babylonian, upon which the Western system of astrology is based.

In brief, these cultures believe/d in cycles of creation and destruction, which begin with a Golden Age, followed by periods of increasing decadence, the final one known as the Kali Yuga, in the Hindu religion. The belief of many Hindu adherents is that we are currently in the Dark Age of Kali, within these large cycles of time. I would guess that the ultimate purpose of these various ancient systems of astrology was to keep track of this bigger clock of cyclical purges, which regularly occur on this planet, as verified by countless geologists and zoologists. (See: “Cycles of Fossil Diversity” by Richard Muller and his graduate student, Robert Rohde, published in Nature journal).

There is a spiritual and civilizational component to all of this, as well. As 19th century Hindu astrologer, Sri Yukteswar wrote:

“…the Sun, with its planets and their moons, takes some star for its dual and revolves around it in about 24,000 years of our Earth–a celestial phenomenon which causes the backward movement of the equinoctial points around the zodiac. The Sun also has another motion by which it revolves round a grand center called Vishnunabhi, which is the seat of the creative power, Brahma, the universal magnetism. Brahma regulates dharma, the mental virtue of the internal world.”

Sri Yukteswar is saying a mouthful here. Not only is he suggesting that our solar system is binary, he’s also saying that we are orbiting around the Galactic Center and/or the center of the universe and that our orbital position with respect to “the seat of the creative power” has a direct relationship with our inner lives and with the manner in which we are expressed, as civilizations and as individuals.

It is only the civilizations with worldviews derived from the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, which do not seem to remember anything past the last world cataclysm, a.k.a. “The Great Deluge,” which is thought to have occurred almost 12,000 years ago and from which our current civilizations have crawled out and been reborn. All the other traditions say these cycles have been going on as long as the Earth has been around. (Most meteors and asteroids land in the ocean, due to its predominance on the Earth’s surface – so the consequences of bolide impacts are most often in the form of megatsunamis).

In Hinduism, even planets reincarnate, so all of this is no biggie and is not really seen as “fear-mongering” but just the way Creation works…and perhaps NASA prefers not to monger fear when there is nothing to be done about events which are so vast and beyond our control…

Even this long article is just the tip of a very large discussion, which I went into great depth in my last book, ‘2012: Science or Superstition?’ If you’re interested getting *really* deep into this and all related subjects, you can get the book here:

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