Asteroid Pairs

Astrophysicists have difficulty explaining the fact that some 15% of near-earth asteroids (NEAs) exist in pairs, because they believe NEAs are bodies deflected by collisions within the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. They reason that such collisions would result in the pieces flying off in completely different directions, not resulting in pairs. In order to solve this conundrum, Kevin Walsh of the Obervatoire de la Cote D’Azur in NIce, has recently proposed that sunlight splits asteroids into two!  His idea is based on the even more inane YORP effect, by which asteroids are imagined to be spun-up as a result of the absorption and re-emission of sunlight, acting over billions of years.  Actually there is a related phenomenon which is even more difficult for modern-day astrophysicists to explain.  This is the existence of entire families of asteroids with common orbital elements, of which the asteroid pairs are a special case. In fact, meteor showers are families of tiny asteroids, all in similar orbits, which intersect the orbit of the Earth at known dates.

The truth concerning NEAs is not to be found in modern text books, mathematical models and scientific papers, but in five thousand-year-old observations of their origins, such as the Rig Veda. These ancient documents describe the presence of a planet, called Indra in the RV, which remained stationary in the heavens above Mt. Kailas (in the Trans-Himalayas) in a geosynchronous orbit. It appeared 500 times the size of the full Moon. The Vedas describe many aspects of this huge body, but I will only describe those that resulted in the NEAs. This planet, which I call priori-Mars, orbited the Earth once a day and on occasions passed rapidly through alignments with the Moon, which although it was much farther away, caused great convulsions in the interior of priori-Mars. This resulted in the ejection of enormous rock bodies from the interior of priori-Mars through volcanic vents into space. These ejections often took the form of a number of bodies being ejected in rapid-fire from the same vent, which sent them all into similar orbits, subsequently forming asteroid families. Bodies ejected from near the surface, which contained aquifers, were seen by the ancients to leave vapor trails, were called asuras, because they trailed tails, i.e. had ‘breaths, (the root asu implies breath).  They are now called comets while the hotter bodies from deeper in the interior, were called suras (glowing, later translated as gods), now having cooled are called asteroids. The streams of hot, rapid-fire asteroids are described as follows in the Rig Veda:

As these (streams) shine, they are called ambhāmsi. This root bhā is used by the intelligent in the senses of pervading and shining, and the male, Prajapati, declares (the fact).

Thus NEAs originated from priori-Mars, not the main asteroid belt. They originated from that planet as it orbited the Earth less than 6,000 years ago. In fact, the Earth and the entire solar system we see today are the result of one hundred close planetary encounters with the Earth in the last 6,000 years.

These were not random events, but were initiated for the rejuvenation of the Earth by Yehovah, using his laws.   After one hundred separate fifteen-year encounters, during which all of its water and oxygen was captured by the Earth, priori-Mars was safely disposed of when its solid iron core exited the planet through the Valles Marineris and drifted into the inner solar system to become the ‘planet’ Mercury and the outer shell (mantle) collapsed in on the remaining liquid core to become the ‘planet’ Mars.

“There are more things in heaven and Earth than are dreamed of in your philosophy, Horatio.”

~ by Angiras on July 17, 2008.

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