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1/6/2012 — Planet Venus has been HIT by a massive object?! On December 27, 2011

January 6, 2012

If you can recall as many mainstream news articles have reported about it, Venus has been unusually bright during that time span…

view this on the SECCHI-B HI-1: what looks like a large impact on the planet Venus. Just as comet Lovejoy passes nearby. The SECCHI website was “out of service” for the past several days — now I think I may understand why.

A possibly large planetary collision occurred.

search the dates starting on 12/24/2011 – through today 1/6/2012 (several recent days not yet available).

here is the link to the blog post on this with screenshots and the direct link to SECCHI:


date range 12/24/2011 – 1/6/2012

  1. Mark Rabone
    January 8, 2012 at 12:25 am

    maybe this could explain the moon’s eccentricity. unbelievable

  2. January 7, 2012 at 7:32 am

    The deep truth of these such incidents seems to be well monitored … of this particular incident videos are being taken off which are saying this was an impact …

    Planets and stars in their crossing are at war with each other … many planets are well prepared for such passing of other celestial objects seen coming in an apparent orbiting course …

    The truth of this has even been in scriptures … Judges  5:20 …They fought from heaven; the stars in their courses fought against Sisera.

    Some planets will disburse a protective sonic impulse to protect against missile attacks which can be seen on satellite images as in this video …

    I get so annoyed at these lying cover-ups of celestial truths in order to keep the people dumb to what is taking place out in space …

  3. January 6, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    Any impact that alters the angular momentum of the solar system is significant. I’ve always wondered what significance the impacts on Jupiter had on solar activity and our weather.


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