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Want to know why all the military and prep talk on eclipse day?

 
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ChatGPT;

The parameters you've provided resemble orbital elements used to describe the path of an object around a celestial body, such as a planet around the Sun or a satellite around a planet. These elements include:

Mean distance: The average distance from the object to the body it's orbiting, usually given in astronomical units (AUs) for objects orbiting the Sun or kilometers for satellites around a planet.
Eccentricity: A measure of how much the orbit deviates from a perfect circle, with 0 being a perfect circle and values close to 1 being more elongated.
Inclination: The tilt of the orbit's plane relative to the reference plane (e.g., the solar system's ecliptic plane), given in degrees.
Ascending node: The longitude of the ascending node, which is the point where the orbit passes upward through the reference plane, given in degrees.
Argument of pericentre (perihelion for orbits around the Sun): The angle from the ascending node to the orbit's closest point to the body it's orbiting, in degrees.
Mean anomaly: The fraction of the orbital period that has elapsed since the object passed the closest point, expressed in degrees.
Naming the object "Maddy the Elly" suggests a playful or informal approach to describing what seems to be a significant and large celestial body or object approaching. The specific nature or context of "Maddy the Elly" isn't clear from the orbital elements alone, but it could be a nickname for a newly discovered asteroid, comet, or other significant celestial object.

Given the nature of your description, it seems like you're implying that this object has a notable or potentially impactful path relative to Earth or another body, hinted at by saying "she's coming and she's BIG." This could be a way to emphasize its size or potential influence on the celestial body it's approaching. Without more context, it's challenging to provide a detailed analysis or prediction of effects, but the elements suggest a well-defined and possibly eccentric orbit, indicating that "Maddy the Elly" could be an object of interest for observation or study due to its unique orbital characteristics.
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& the Zohar on the September/October comet C2023/A3

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Zohar on the C2023/A3 September/October comet

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ChatGPT;

The parameters you've provided resemble orbital elements used to describe the path of an object around a celestial body, such as a planet around the Sun or a satellite around a planet. These elements include:

Mean distance: The average distance from the object to the body it's orbiting, usually given in astronomical units (AUs) for objects orbiting the Sun or kilometers for satellites around a planet.
Eccentricity: A measure of how much the orbit deviates from a perfect circle, with 0 being a perfect circle and values close to 1 being more elongated.
Inclination: The tilt of the orbit's plane relative to the reference plane (e.g., the solar system's ecliptic plane), given in degrees.
Ascending node: The longitude of the ascending node, which is the point where the orbit passes upward through the reference plane, given in degrees.
Argument of pericentre (perihelion for orbits around the Sun): The angle from the ascending node to the orbit's closest point to the body it's orbiting, in degrees.
Mean anomaly: The fraction of the orbital period that has elapsed since the object passed the closest point, expressed in degrees.
Naming the object "Maddy the Elly" suggests a playful or informal approach to describing what seems to be a significant and large celestial body or object approaching. The specific nature or context of "Maddy the Elly" isn't clear from the orbital elements alone, but it could be a nickname for a newly discovered asteroid, comet, or other significant celestial object.

Given the nature of your description, it seems like you're implying that this object has a notable or potentially impactful path relative to Earth or another body, hinted at by saying "she's coming and she's BIG." This could be a way to emphasize its size or potential influence on the celestial body it's approaching. Without more context, it's challenging to provide a detailed analysis or prediction of effects, but the elements suggest a well-defined and possibly eccentric orbit, indicating that "Maddy the Elly" could be an object of interest for observation or study due to its unique orbital characteristics.
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Interesting.
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May be or may not be relevant but this is a dream that details the arrival of an object in the sky that creates an EMP effect. 8:35 time stamp.



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They can't predict the exact time and location of a satellite reentry but the can do it for an astroid? And why doesn't anyone talk about april 8th in Europe? This is total bs.bsflag
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Hmmm.

How do we know if this is true or not
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It's not because the stated size is too big not to have been discovered long in advance.
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CERN
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Hmmm.

How do we know if this is true or not
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It's not because the stated size is too big not to have been discovered long in advance.
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CERN
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CERN what? By the way, that's not the only collider in the world. And what does it have to do with a common and reocurring local event like an eclipse?
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Hmmm.

How do we know if this is true or not
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It's not because the stated size is too big not to have been discovered long in advance.
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CERN
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Kinda of a good point.
A lot of shit happening around these times for sure.
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Re: Want to know why all the military and prep talk on eclipse day?
Mean distance = 29.3018
Eccentricity = .98153
Inclination = 4.35684
Ascending node = 18.5295
Arg of pericentre = 94.1284
Mean anomaly = 305.16514

We call her Maddy the Elly

She’s coming and she’s BIG
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download universe sandbox and input the elements anyone
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Re: Want to know why all the military and prep talk on eclipse day?
Mean distance = 29.3018
Eccentricity = .98153
Inclination = 4.35684
Ascending node = 18.5295
Arg of pericentre = 94.1284
Mean anomaly = 305.16514

We call her Maddy the Elly

She’s coming and she’s BIG
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download universe sandbox and input the elements anyone
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Just another shit show to distract frompfizerflag
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Re: Want to know why all the military and prep talk on eclipse day?
QUESTION 1:

If you were given the following information about a large comet, meteor, or asteroid heading towards Earth, could you calculate it's trajectory, arrival time, and other details?

Mean distance = 29.3018
Eccentricity = .98153
Inclination = 4.35684
Ascending node = 18.5295
Arg of pericentre = 94.1284
Mean anomaly = 305.16514

CHATGPT:

The information you've provided is indeed the key elements of an object's orbital parameters, commonly used to define the path an object takes around the Sun or another body. Specifically, you've given:

Mean distance (likely in astronomical units, AU)
Eccentricity (a unitless measure that describes the shape of the orbit)
Inclination (degrees, the tilt of the orbit relative to some reference plane, often the ecliptic)
Ascending node (degrees, the point where the orbit passes upward through the reference plane)
Argument of pericentre (degrees, describes how the orbit is oriented within the plane of the orbit)
Mean anomaly (degrees, a measure of where the object is in its orbit at a specific time)
To calculate a comet, meteor, or asteroid's trajectory towards Earth, including its arrival time and other details like closest approach, speed at various points, and potential impact locations (if applicable), you'd typically use these orbital elements as input for celestial mechanics equations or simulations. These calculations often require numerical methods and can be complex due to the influences of other bodies, atmospheric effects (if close enough to Earth), and relativistic corrections for very precise work.

However, with the details you've provided, I can give a general idea of how one might start such a calculation:

Determine the orbital path: Use the mean distance, eccentricity, and inclination to plot the orbit's shape and orientation in space relative to the ecliptic plane.

Position in orbit: The mean anomaly, along with the argument of pericentre and ascending node, helps determine the object's current position in its orbit.

Time to Earth approach: By calculating the object's speed along its orbit (which depends on its distance from the Sun at various points, given by the orbit's shape and the laws of planetary motion), one can estimate how long it will take to reach a point where its path intersects Earth's orbit or comes close enough to pose a threat.

Predicting specific details of the Earth approach: This would involve more detailed calculations, including gravitational influences of the Earth, Moon, and potentially other planets, to refine the trajectory as it nears Earth.

Such calculations are typically performed using software like NASA's JPL HORIZONS system or through custom celestial mechanics software developed by astronomers and space agencies.

For precise calculations or simulations, using specific software designed for this purpose would be necessary, as the process involves solving differential equations that describe the motion of celestial bodies under gravity.
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We'll see lol
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Are you in the 100% darkness path?

In Houston it is 90%.

I might drive west for a couple of hours on the morning of the 8th.

It will depend on how bad the traffic looks.

and.... If the big rock is coming to get us, it won't matter where I am.

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No need to worry... "The Beast" has been built for a world event such as this and is guaranteed to house the data of every entity, still surviving upon the Earth, for many years to come and Universal Basic Income will become the new normal for the masses, except for the elite.
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CHATGPT Q2 ANSWER:

Given these points, here's a simplified approach to "reverse engineering" the object's trajectory:

Starting Point: Use the date of April 8th as a fixed point in time for when the object intersects Earth's orbit.

Orbital Elements: The provided orbital elements give us the shape and orientation of the orbit. Given the impact location near Madagascar, we can infer the direction from which the object is coming as it intersects Earth's orbit.

Eclipse Connection: The coincidence with a solar eclipse implies the object's path towards Earth is somewhat aligned with the plane of the ecliptic since solar eclipses occur when the Moon's orbit intersects with the Earth's orbital plane. This might adjust our interpretation of the inclination.

Backtrack the Orbit: Using the impact date and the object's orbital speed (which can be estimated from its orbital elements and Kepler's laws), we can backtrack the object's position in its orbit leading up to the impact.
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Typed it into Co-pilot and got this:

Certainly! Let's break down the orbital parameters you've provided:

- **Mean Distance**: The mean distance (also known as the semi-major axis) is approximately **29.3018 astronomical units (AU)**. An astronomical unit is the average distance between the Earth and the Sun.

- **Eccentricity**: The eccentricity of an orbit describes how elongated or circular it is. With an eccentricity of approximately **0.98153**, this orbit is highly elongated.

- **Inclination**: The inclination represents the tilt of the orbit with respect to the reference plane (usually the plane of the ecliptic). In this case, the inclination is approximately **4.35684 degrees**.

- **Ascending Node**: The ascending node is the point where the orbit crosses the reference plane from south to north. Its value is approximately **18.5295 degrees**.

- **Argument of Pericentre**: The argument of pericentre defines the orientation of the orbit within its plane. It is approximately **94.1284 degrees**.

- **Mean Anomaly**: The mean anomaly indicates the position of the orbiting body along its elliptical path at a specific time. The value you've provided is approximately **305.16514 degrees**.

These parameters describe the orbit of an astronomical object, such as a planet or a comet. If you have any specific context or need further information, feel free to ask! 🌌🪐
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And on Apr 9th i will be back a work googling discounts on the goodwill app
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Revelation 8:8
And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood;
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IMHO utter pish
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Astonishing information that may confirm this guys post. This video below is talking about Tom Horns predictions of Apophis asteroid which is an Egyptian serpent deity. Just happens to be that NASA is going to be doing a test with 3 rockets during the eclipse..... and what is it called? APEP or APOPHIS!

LIVE NOW [link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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CHATGPT Q2 ANSWER:

Given these points, here's a simplified approach to "reverse engineering" the object's trajectory:

Starting Point: Use the date of April 8th as a fixed point in time for when the object intersects Earth's orbit.

Orbital Elements: The provided orbital elements give us the shape and orientation of the orbit. Given the impact location near Madagascar, we can infer the direction from which the object is coming as it intersects Earth's orbit.

Eclipse Connection: The coincidence with a solar eclipse implies the object's path towards Earth is somewhat aligned with the plane of the ecliptic since solar eclipses occur when the Moon's orbit intersects with the Earth's orbital plane. This might adjust our interpretation of the inclination.

Backtrack the Orbit: Using the impact date and the object's orbital speed (which can be estimated from its orbital elements and Kepler's laws), we can backtrack the object's position in its orbit leading up to the impact.
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I asked ChatGPT to generate an image of the solar system planetary positions on April 8th showing the impact scenario and the object's trajectory leading up to it is shown in red until it finally intersects with Earth.

Can someone embed this?

[link to imgur.com (secure)]
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Astonishing information that may confirm this guys post. This video below is talking about Tom Horns predictions of Apophis asteroid which is an Egyptian serpent deity. Just happens to be that NASA is going to be doing a test with 3 rockets during the eclipse..... and what is it called? APEP or APOPHIS!

LIVE NOW [link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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VERY significant info here
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Wasn’t there a thread on here from a man who saying his kid woke from a dream about it raining rocks of fire after they had watched the movie Madagascar

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Re: Want to know why all the military and prep talk on eclipse day?
CHATGPT Q2 ANSWER:

Given these points, here's a simplified approach to "reverse engineering" the object's trajectory:

Starting Point: Use the date of April 8th as a fixed point in time for when the object intersects Earth's orbit.

Orbital Elements: The provided orbital elements give us the shape and orientation of the orbit. Given the impact location near Madagascar, we can infer the direction from which the object is coming as it intersects Earth's orbit.

Eclipse Connection: The coincidence with a solar eclipse implies the object's path towards Earth is somewhat aligned with the plane of the ecliptic since solar eclipses occur when the Moon's orbit intersects with the Earth's orbital plane. This might adjust our interpretation of the inclination.

Backtrack the Orbit: Using the impact date and the object's orbital speed (which can be estimated from its orbital elements and Kepler's laws), we can backtrack the object's position in its orbit leading up to the impact.
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I asked ChatGPT to generate an image of the solar system planetary positions on April 8th showing the impact scenario and the object's trajectory leading up to it is shown in red until it finally intersects with Earth.

Can someone embed this?

[link to imgur.com (secure)]

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Any astronomers online that can look at the image above and ascertain whether it's just gibberish or does it show a realistic trajectory?

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Will it blow up the District of Corruption?

One can only hope for such a Divine Miracle.
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Biden is at Camp David this weekend. Raven Rock is RIGHT there and there's almost certainly an underground entrance from there.
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Wasn’t there a thread on here from a man who saying his kid woke from a dream about it raining rocks of fire after they had watched the movie Madagascar

wtfdoom
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Not sure about that, but that remote viewer group predicted a few months ago a SIGNIFICANT event and the keyword "ejecta" was coming through very strongly. They actually just reiterated that prediction again earlier this month:

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Stating "the size of camelback" means Dr must be from Arizona.

I.E. the size of camelback mountain.
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There is also a Camelback Mountain in the Poconos in Pennsylvania. Arizona Camel Back is 2700 ft and PA is 2133. Still big. But OP could be in PA. If it matters where he is.
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Arizona camelback mtn only 1330 ft prominence.

Not a big mountain by any measure.
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