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Comet NISHIMURA--Another Green Comet! 


I saw this in the news last week!

Apparently this Green Comet was identified by an amateur, a Japanese man named Nishimura a few weeks ago on August 12, 2023.

So, for this reason the comet is named after him, however, scientist later realized that this comet has actually orbited our solar system before and is a LONG PERIOD COMET.

So, Comet Nishimura has orbited our sun some 400 years ago during the A.D. 1500s and even before than, it orbited our planet in the A.D. 1100s during the historical time of the Crusades! 


What I find to be so fascinating about these recent Green comets is how it relates to ancient prophecy. Because the average person has probably never heard of how the ancient scriptures detail comets, the idea that comets could possibly affect our earth sounds farfetched. But, that is what the ancient scripture reveal! And so, I find to be really amazing that right at the time this comet came close to our earth, there occurred three (3) major phenomena: [1] There was a major earthquake that occurred in Northwest African, in Morocco, [2] there was a major cyclone that occurred and severely affected a region in North Africa, in Lybia and then, [3] in Lybia, as a result of this cyclone, major floods occurred. 


So right now, in these areas, there is a major humanitarian crisis. Experst report that the flooding is record setting and in fact, reports say that this is the worse flooding in recorded history in that region. So it may seem like a coincedence to many but I believe the ancient scriptures reveal the truth, however, today's scientist don't equate comets to have any affect on our earth because they perhaps have not been able to confirm it by the scientific standards of today. At any rate, my thoughts and prayers go out to people suffering from these horrible catastrophies. 







Storm Daniel, also known as Cyclone Daniel, was the deadliest and costliest Mediterranean tropical-like cyclone ever recorded, as well as the deadliest cyclone worldwide since Cyclone Nargis in 2008. It was also the deadliest weather event of 2023 to date. [4] Forming as a low-pressure system around 4 September 2023, the storm affected Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey with extensive flooding. The storm then organized as a Mediterranean low and was designated as Storm Daniel. It soon acquired quasi-tropical characteristics and moved toward the coast of Libya, where it caused catastrophic flooding before degenerating into a remnant low. …












A view of Nishimura in L'Aquila, Italy, on September 7, 2023. 


A newly discovered green comet is zipping by Earth and is now visible for the first time in more than 400 years.

Comet Nishimura was discovered by amateur Japanese astronomer Hideo Nishimura on Aug. 11 and named after him.

Nishimura first spotted it by taking long exposure shots using a Canon digital camera and a telephoto lens.



Are we about to see a rare green comet light up the sky? An expert on what to expect from Nishimura

Published: September 14, 2023 4.05pm EDT


Of all the objects in the Solar System, perhaps the most spectacular are the great comets that occasionally grace our skies. If you’ve been on social media in the past few days, you’ve probably seen articles proclaiming we have such a comet in our skies right now: C/2023 P1 (Nishimura).






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In Greece, the storm was considered the worst in recorded history, with severe rainfall leading to flooding that caused more than two billion euros in damage. Libya was hit the hardest, with torrential rains causing two dams near the city of Derna to fail. This resulted in more than ten thousand deaths, with between 10,000 and 100,000 people missing, although exact figures varied by source. Libya's vulnerability to such disasters was blamed on its civil war, which damaged critical infrastructure and left it in poor condition before the storm. In the aftermath, several countries along the Mediterranean Sea pledged to provide aid to affected countries.

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