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Comet ISON is Wormwood and is bringing the "Black Death"

 
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By now, it should be obvious to any respectable tomato farmer that ISON is none other than the Biblical Wormwood:

ISON was discovered is in Kislovodsk, Russia. Kislovodsk translates as "sour waters".

ISON was discovered by Vitaly Nevsky and Artyom Novichonokne.

Artyom is a name derived from Artemisios. Artemisia is a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 and 400 species. Common names for various species in the genus include mugwort, wormwood, and sagebrush.

Usually comets are named after the discoverer. Why not this time? A little too obvious perhaps??

ISON is also bringing the Plague:

Jon Arrizabalaga compiled a selection of writings in an attempt to understand what educated people were saying about the Black Death while it was happening. Regarding the terms used by doctors and other medical people in 1348 to describe the plague, he writes:

One... Jacme d'Agramaont, discussed it in terms of an "epidemic or pestilence and mortalities of people" which threatened Lerida from "some parts and regions neighbouring to us" ... Agramont said nothing concerning the term epidemia, but he extensively developed what he meant by pestilencia. He gave this latter term a very peculiar etymology, in accordance with a from of knowledge established by Isidore of Seville (570=636) in his Etymologiae, which came to be widely accepted throughout Europe during the Middle Ages. He split the term pestilencia up into three syllables, each having a particular meaning: pes = tempesta: 'storm, tempest'; te = 'temps, time', lencia = clardat: 'brightness, light'; hence, he concluded, the pestilencia was 'the time of tempest caused by light from the stars.'

As it happens, Isidore of Seville lived not long after another period of cometary bombardment over Europe which is also evident in the tree ring and ice core studies. On August 17, 1999, the Knight Ridder Washington Bureau published an article by Robert S. Boyd entitled: Comets may have caused Earth's great empires to fall which included the following:

Analysis of tree rings shows that at in 540 AD in different parts of the world the climate changed. Temperatures dropped enough to hinder the growth of trees as widely dispersed as northern Europe, Siberia, western North America, and southern South America.

A search of historical records and mythical stories pointed to a disastrous visitation from the sky during the same period, it is claimed. There was one reference to a "comet in Gaul so vast that the whole sky seemed on fire" in 540-41.

According to legend, King Arthur died around this time, and Celtic myths associated with Arthur hinted at bright sky Gods and bolts of fire.

In the 530s, an unusual meteor shower was recorded by both Mediterranean and Chinese observers. Meteors are caused by the fine dust from comets burning up in the atmosphere. Furthermore, a team of astronomers from Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland published research in 1990 which said the Earth would have been at risk from cometary bombardment between the years 400 and 600 AD. [...]

Famine followed the crop failures, and hard on its heels bubonic plague that swept across Europe in the mid-6th century. [...]

At this time, the Roman emperor Justinian was attempting to regenerate the decaying Roman empire. But the plan failed in 540 and was followed by the Dark Ages and the rise of Islam.

There is a large body of material from that period which consistently points to a "corrupted atmosphere," breathe the air and you die", and somehow, the ocean was involved as well as earthquakes and comets and fireballs in the sky. A report of the Medical Faculty of Paris prepared in October 1348 says:

Another possible cause of corruption, which needs to be borne in mind, is the escape of the rottenness trapped in the center of the earth as a result of earthquakes - something that has indeed recently occurred. (quoted by Baillie)

In short, the French were aware of a series of earthquakes at the time that may have been caused by cometary impacts. One report of that period says that an earthquake lasted for six days and another claimed the period was ten days. Such events could also produce outgassing of all sorts of unpleasant chemicals which could kill...

Samuel K. Cohn rebutted the theory (and that's really all it is, and a weak theory at that!) that the Black Death was bubonic plague. In the Encyclopedia of Population, he points to five major weaknesses in this theory:

- very different transmission speeds - the Black Death was reported to have spread 385 km in 91 days in 664, compared to 12-15 km a year for the modern Bubonic Plague, which has the assistance of trains and cars

- difficulties with the attempt to explain the rapid spread of the Black Death by arguing that it was spread by the rare pneumonic form of the disease - in fact this form killed less than 0.3% of the infected population in its worst outbreak in Manchuria in 1911

- different seasonality - the modern plague can only be sustained at temperatures between 50 and 78 °F (10 and 26 °C) and requires high humidity, while the Black Death occurred even in Norway in the middle of the winter and in the Mediterranean in the middle of hot dry summers

- very different death rates - in several places (including Florence in 1348) over 75% of the population appears to have died; in contrast the highest mortality for the modern Bubonic Plague was 3% in Mumbai in 1903

- the cycles and trends of infection were very different between the diseases - humans did not develop resistance to the modern disease, but resistance to the Black Death rose sharply, so that eventually it became mainly a childhood disease

Cohn also points out that while the identification of the disease as having buboes relies on the account of Boccaccio and others, they described buboes, abscesses, rashes and carbuncles occurring all over the body, while the modern disease rarely has more than one bubo, most commonly in the groin, and is not characterized by abscesses, rashes and carbuncles which is what Boccaccio described!

The gist of Cohn's argument is that whatever caused the Black Death, it was not bubonic plague. (See also: Samuel K. Cohn 2002, "The Black Death: End of the Paradigm." and The Black Death and the Transformation of the West (European History Series) by David Herlihy and Samuel K., Jr. Cohn)

When one begins to dig into the subject, we find that there was one study that claimed that tooth pulp tissue from a fourteenth-century plague cemetery in Montpellier tested positive for molecules associated with Y. pestis (bubonic plague). Similar findings were reported in a 2007 study, but other studies have not supported these results. In fact, in September of 2003, a team of researchers from Oxford University tested 121 teeth from sixty-six skeletons found in fourteenth-century mass graves. The remains showed no genetic trace of Y. pestis, and the researchers suspect that the Montpellier study was flawed[

What these studies do not address is the problem that the apparent means of infection or transmission varied widely, from human-to-human contact as in Iceland (rare for plague and cutaneous Bacillus anthracis) to infection in the absence of living or recently-dead humans, as in Sicily (which speaks against most viruses)...

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Wormwood is not a comet, asteroid, meteor, etc.
Quit your love for foolish fables of men; study the Bible and learn Truth.
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Fear is your enemy you are not ready just look how scared are you.... change is coming and you are still not ready....
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I heard a rumor that Astro said we're all gonna die. It could be bullshit though.
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I heard a rumor that Astro said we're all gonna die. It could be bullshit though.
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Even some people of NASA are scared don't think they know 100% for sure that the projectory can't be changed by anything
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I heard a rumor that Astro said we're all gonna die. It could be bullshit though.
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SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

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How can we die now? We've yet to be taken to camps for hourly beatings, and what about the Antichrist?
That hasn't fully manifested.
There's just too much that has to happen.....
SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

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Very informative, indeed. Thanks for posting. Good information.
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By now, it should be obvious to any respectable tomato farmer that ISON is none other than the Biblical Wormwood:

ISON was discovered is in Kislovodsk, Russia. Kislovodsk translates as "sour waters".

ISON was discovered by Vitaly Nevsky and Artyom Novichonokne.

Artyom is a name derived from Artemisios. Artemisia is a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 and 400 species. Common names for various species in the genus include mugwort, wormwood, and sagebrush.

Usually comets are named after the discoverer. Why not this time? A little too obvious perhaps??




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 Quoting: FreakObserver


DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!

Seems everyone skimmed over this rather IMPORTANT clue..^^^^
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By now, it should be obvious to any respectable tomato farmer that ISON is none other than the Biblical Wormwood:

ISON was discovered is in Kislovodsk, Russia. Kislovodsk translates as "sour waters".

ISON was discovered by Vitaly Nevsky and Artyom Novichonokne.

Artyom is a name derived from Artemisios. Artemisia is a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 and 400 species. Common names for various species in the genus include mugwort, wormwood, and sagebrush.

Usually comets are named after the discoverer. Why not this time? A little too obvious perhaps??




[link to www.sott.net]
 Quoting: FreakObserver


DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!

Seems everyone skimmed over this rather IMPORTANT clue..^^^^
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47185094

It's not a "clue", it is Biblically ignorant nonsense.
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By now, it should be obvious to any respectable tomato farmer that ISON is none other than the Biblical Wormwood:

ISON was discovered is in Kislovodsk, Russia. Kislovodsk translates as "sour waters".

ISON was discovered by Vitaly Nevsky and Artyom Novichonokne.

Artyom is a name derived from Artemisios. Artemisia is a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 and 400 species. Common names for various species in the genus include mugwort, wormwood, and sagebrush.

Usually comets are named after the discoverer. Why not this time? A little too obvious perhaps??




[link to www.sott.net]
 Quoting: FreakObserver


DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!

Seems everyone skimmed over this rather IMPORTANT clue..^^^^
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47185094

It's not a "clue", it is Biblically ignorant nonsense.
 Quoting: The Undeceived... 24808382


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By now, it should be obvious to any respectable tomato farmer that ISON is none other than the Biblical Wormwood:

ISON was discovered is in Kislovodsk, Russia. Kislovodsk translates as "sour waters".

ISON was discovered by Vitaly Nevsky and Artyom Novichonokne.

Artyom is a name derived from Artemisios. Artemisia is a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 and 400 species. Common names for various species in the genus include mugwort, wormwood, and sagebrush.

Usually comets are named after the discoverer. Why not this time? A little too obvious perhaps??

ISON is also bringing the Plague:

Jon Arrizabalaga compiled a selection of writings in an attempt to understand what educated people were saying about the Black Death while it was happening. Regarding the terms used by doctors and other medical people in 1348 to describe the plague, he writes:

One... Jacme d'Agramaont, discussed it in terms of an "epidemic or pestilence and mortalities of people" which threatened Lerida from "some parts and regions neighbouring to us" ... Agramont said nothing concerning the term epidemia, but he extensively developed what he meant by pestilencia. He gave this latter term a very peculiar etymology, in accordance with a from of knowledge established by Isidore of Seville (570=636) in his Etymologiae, which came to be widely accepted throughout Europe during the Middle Ages. He split the term pestilencia up into three syllables, each having a particular meaning: pes = tempesta: 'storm, tempest'; te = 'temps, time', lencia = clardat: 'brightness, light'; hence, he concluded, the pestilencia was 'the time of tempest caused by light from the stars.'

As it happens, Isidore of Seville lived not long after another period of cometary bombardment over Europe which is also evident in the tree ring and ice core studies. On August 17, 1999, the Knight Ridder Washington Bureau published an article by Robert S. Boyd entitled: Comets may have caused Earth's great empires to fall which included the following:

Analysis of tree rings shows that at in 540 AD in different parts of the world the climate changed. Temperatures dropped enough to hinder the growth of trees as widely dispersed as northern Europe, Siberia, western North America, and southern South America.

A search of historical records and mythical stories pointed to a disastrous visitation from the sky during the same period, it is claimed. There was one reference to a "comet in Gaul so vast that the whole sky seemed on fire" in 540-41.

According to legend, King Arthur died around this time, and Celtic myths associated with Arthur hinted at bright sky Gods and bolts of fire.

In the 530s, an unusual meteor shower was recorded by both Mediterranean and Chinese observers. Meteors are caused by the fine dust from comets burning up in the atmosphere. Furthermore, a team of astronomers from Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland published research in 1990 which said the Earth would have been at risk from cometary bombardment between the years 400 and 600 AD. [...]

Famine followed the crop failures, and hard on its heels bubonic plague that swept across Europe in the mid-6th century. [...]

At this time, the Roman emperor Justinian was attempting to regenerate the decaying Roman empire. But the plan failed in 540 and was followed by the Dark Ages and the rise of Islam.

There is a large body of material from that period which consistently points to a "corrupted atmosphere," breathe the air and you die", and somehow, the ocean was involved as well as earthquakes and comets and fireballs in the sky. A report of the Medical Faculty of Paris prepared in October 1348 says:

Another possible cause of corruption, which needs to be borne in mind, is the escape of the rottenness trapped in the center of the earth as a result of earthquakes - something that has indeed recently occurred. (quoted by Baillie)

In short, the French were aware of a series of earthquakes at the time that may have been caused by cometary impacts. One report of that period says that an earthquake lasted for six days and another claimed the period was ten days. Such events could also produce outgassing of all sorts of unpleasant chemicals which could kill...

Samuel K. Cohn rebutted the theory (and that's really all it is, and a weak theory at that!) that the Black Death was bubonic plague. In the Encyclopedia of Population, he points to five major weaknesses in this theory:

- very different transmission speeds - the Black Death was reported to have spread 385 km in 91 days in 664, compared to 12-15 km a year for the modern Bubonic Plague, which has the assistance of trains and cars

- difficulties with the attempt to explain the rapid spread of the Black Death by arguing that it was spread by the rare pneumonic form of the disease - in fact this form killed less than 0.3% of the infected population in its worst outbreak in Manchuria in 1911

- different seasonality - the modern plague can only be sustained at temperatures between 50 and 78 °F (10 and 26 °C) and requires high humidity, while the Black Death occurred even in Norway in the middle of the winter and in the Mediterranean in the middle of hot dry summers

- very different death rates - in several places (including Florence in 1348) over 75% of the population appears to have died; in contrast the highest mortality for the modern Bubonic Plague was 3% in Mumbai in 1903

- the cycles and trends of infection were very different between the diseases - humans did not develop resistance to the modern disease, but resistance to the Black Death rose sharply, so that eventually it became mainly a childhood disease

Cohn also points out that while the identification of the disease as having buboes relies on the account of Boccaccio and others, they described buboes, abscesses, rashes and carbuncles occurring all over the body, while the modern disease rarely has more than one bubo, most commonly in the groin, and is not characterized by abscesses, rashes and carbuncles which is what Boccaccio described!

The gist of Cohn's argument is that whatever caused the Black Death, it was not bubonic plague. (See also: Samuel K. Cohn 2002, "The Black Death: End of the Paradigm." and The Black Death and the Transformation of the West (European History Series) by David Herlihy and Samuel K., Jr. Cohn)

When one begins to dig into the subject, we find that there was one study that claimed that tooth pulp tissue from a fourteenth-century plague cemetery in Montpellier tested positive for molecules associated with Y. pestis (bubonic plague). Similar findings were reported in a 2007 study, but other studies have not supported these results. In fact, in September of 2003, a team of researchers from Oxford University tested 121 teeth from sixty-six skeletons found in fourteenth-century mass graves. The remains showed no genetic trace of Y. pestis, and the researchers suspect that the Montpellier study was flawed[

What these studies do not address is the problem that the apparent means of infection or transmission varied widely, from human-to-human contact as in Iceland (rare for plague and cutaneous Bacillus anthracis) to infection in the absence of living or recently-dead humans, as in Sicily (which speaks against most viruses)...

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 Quoting: FreakObserver


hesright
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yeah yeah, sure sure....Asshat.
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ison backwards is nsoi or no one survives it
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Whatever happens it cannot be said that your research wasn't impeccable, OP. Nice work and quite fascinating.
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Well there you go..
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By this context it's also interesting that the comet is named ISON. . . poISON
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I hate October

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ison backwards is nsoi or no one survives it
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you sure about that ?



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In the First NIGHT of THE living Dead!October 1, 1968.
I believe its a GREEN GLOWING Meteorite That brings the Virus/Zombie plague's!

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ison will be vaporized on november 29 by the sun at 1 000 000 K temperature

end of story
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Attack of the 50 Foot Woman 1958


The story concerns the plight of a wealthy heiress whose close encounter with an enormous alien being causes her to grow into a giantess.
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How can we die now? We've yet to be taken to camps for hourly beatings, and what about the Antichrist?
That hasn't fully manifested.
There's just too much that has to happen.....
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That's becuz the ac is a figment. of literary history to which your imagination squanders too much time with . delusion of intentional confusin
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ison will be vaporized on november 29 by the sun at 1 000 000 K temperature
end of story

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Respect some DOOM Dude! Or we will Sick DOOM on YOU!
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ison will be vaporized on november 29 by the sun at 1 000 000 K temperature

end of story

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lookie here

You are one of the same shills that said nothing would happen on February 15th, 2013.

We all know how that turned out!
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Don't you know Captain Planet will save us? Now stfu with all your wannabe doom crap. Why not go create your own doom on your own time in your own area if you want doom that bad. Try eating your own feces and you can damn well bet you will feel like a plague has hit you.
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ison will be vaporized on november 29 by the sun at 1 000 000 K temperature

end of story

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:lookie here:

You are one of the same shills that said nothing would happen on February 15th, 2013.

We all know how that turned out!
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Haha yeah he is a shill for not playing into your fake doom?