Asteroid Orbital Plots

The first angel blew his trumpet, and hail and fire mixed with blood were thrown down on the earth. One-third of the earth was set on fire, one-third of the trees were burned, and all the green grass was burned.

(Revelation 8:7) ESV

The recent flurry of articles from NASA warning us about approaching asteroids seem to have one thing in common: Kepler’s laws. Planet Earth is clearly f1 in the asteroid orbits.

Kepler’s Laws

Elliptical planetary orbits have 2 foci, that means that two sources of gravity are required.

This is resolved in the Geocentrospheric model: Earth is f1, the sun is f2.

These orbital plots are, arbitrarily, drafted from a heliocentric frame of reference. They could be drafted from a Geocentrospheric frame of reference but they serve to illustrate our premise. Every diagram shows an asteroid at perigeon with the Earth but the orbit doesn’t take it anywhere near the sun. The gravity of Earth causes the orbit, not the gravity of the sun.

Now, if this is true and the Earth is the source of gravity which is driving the asteroid orbits then we can make a prediction that the asteroids will speed up as they approach the Earth (perigeon). That’s what we observe and it’s being reported in articles like Apophis asteroid, nicknamed ‘God of Chaos,’ is speeding up. It’s Hypothesis 29.

JPL Small-Body

DateCNEOSClassification
03/08/2052768 (1998 OR2)Amor
03/17/202020 FHApollo [NEO]
03/17/202020 FGApollo [NEO]
03/17/202020 EFApollo [NEO]
03/20/202020 FB2Apollo [NEO]
03/20/202020 FKApollo [NEO]
03/20/202020 FSApollo [NEO]
03/20/202020 FF1Apollo [NEO]
03/20/202020 DP4Apollo [NEO]

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