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There is a God.

He has a Book.



PART I - Year Pattern

The Science of Astrophysics
(posted: October 2013)

* All scripture references are from the New King James Version (NKJV) of the Bible, unless otherwise noted.

  1. Meteor Explosion & Astroid Flyby - February 15, 2013

    “First of all, in Russia, we had the biggest meteor (1st space rock of February 15th) impact in a hundred years. Second, a few hours after that we had the closest call with an asteroid (2nd space rock of February 15th) ever in the history of science.”

                                                                     Professor Michio Kaku
                                                                     CBS This Morning

    “By coincidence, the Russian fireball (1st rock) exploded on the same day that the 150 foot wide asteroid (2nd rock) cruised within 17,000 miles of earth.” 2

    “This is literally a cosmic coincidence, although a spectacular
    one.” 5

    “In a chilling coincidence, a meteor (1st rock) exploded above Russia just hours before the asteroid (2nd rock) zoomed past the planet.” 4

    In the natural realm, the two space rock events of February 15, 2013 are indeed, unrelated. One rock passed from north to south, the other passed from south to north. However, in the spiritual realm, the two rocks are connected time and again in the Bible patterns. How can a “spectacularly chilling” cosmic coincidence be foretold 2,500 years in advance? With God, all things are possible.

  2. Biblical Year Pattern for February 15, 2013/Hebrew year 5773
    (Psalm 13, 113, 73)

    1. Psalm 113:3-7 [Things in the earth (1st rock) and in the heavens (2nd rock)]

      1. From the rising of the sun til its going down, the Lord’s name is to be praised.

      “In the video of the meteor, it is seen to pass from left to right in front of the rising sun." 2

      “Video shot by startled residents ... of Chelyabinsk showed its (meteor) streaming contrails as it arced toward the horizon just after sunrise.” 7

      “The light shone ‘like ten suns,’ he said. ‘This is no exaggeration.’” 3

      1. The Lord is high above all nations (1st rock), His glory above the heavens (2nd rock).

      “In a chilling coincidence, a meteor exploded over Russia (1st rock: nations) just hours before the asteroid zoomed past the planet (2nd rock: heavens).” 4

      1. Who is like the Lord who, dwells on high,

      “Most of the solar systems asteroids are situated in a belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter ... .” 4

      1. who humbles Himself to behold the things that are in the heavens (2nd rock) and in the earth (1st rock)?

        [Second rock whizzed past earth in heavens. First rock exploded dropping fragments on earth.]

        7a. He raises the poor out of the dust ...

      “Masked in the chaos, however, was an enormous plume of dust that the Russian meteor left behind in Earth’s atmosphere.” 6

      “Even three months into the study (of Russian meteor), (we) still saw a detectable belt of dust circling the globe, researchers say.” 6

      1. ... and lifts the needy out of the ash heap.

      “The shock wave blew in an estimated 100,000 square meters (more than one million square feet) of glass.” 12

      “... the number of victims (injured) ‘grew by the hour,’ he said. ‘Thank God no one died.’” 3

      [1,100 injured, but were lifted out of the ash heap. No deaths.]

    2. Psalm 73:9, 19 [Earth fights back. Sudden terror]

      1. They set their mouth against the heavens (2nd rock: asteroid), and their tongues walk through the earth (1st rock: exploding meteor with fragments hitting earth).

      “‘If this asteroid were to hit London, the entire metropolitan area would be gone,’ Sergio Camacho of of the UN office for Outer Space Affairs said.’” 4

      “Camacho leads a group (that) is set to propose a global asteroid warning network, which would discover, monitor, and characterize the risk of asteroids.” 4

      “We’re building a space telescope, we’re going to find them and track them so we have decades of notice before another on of these hits.” 10

      [Searching out the heavens to protect the earth.]

      1. Oh, how they are brought to desolation, as in a moment! They are utterly consumed with terrors.

      “A space rock even bigger than the meteor that exploded like an atom bomb over Russia could drop out of the sky unannounced at any time ... .” 11

      “‘There was, panic. People had no idea what was happening,’ said (resident) of Chelyabinsk ... .” 7

      “Another resident ... said some elderly women ... started crying out that the world was ending.” 7

    3. Psalm 13:3 [Ears, eyes, and near-death]

      3a. Consider and hear me, O Lord my God; ...

      “... we heard a really loud, thundering sound ...” 7

      “... said he was at school when he heard the explosion: ‘We were deafened.’” 9

      “... they saw, heard, and felt the awesome blast ... .” 3

      1. ... enlighten my eyes, ...

      “At first there was a blinding flash ... which made him want to shut his eyes.” 3

      “It was a fiery star falling right on me and so I thought I should just close my eyes
      now.” 8

      “... until it became blinding white, and I turned away to save my eyes.” 9

      1. ... lest I sleep the sleep of death

      [Approximately 1,100 injuries but no fatalities.]

  3. God does indeed control the heavens and the earth as is evidenced by the space rocks arriving right on cue. He is the Devine astrophysicist, the Creator and Sustainer of the universe. So when did the space rocks begin their journey towards earth - tens, hundreds, or thousands of years ago? I don’t know, but I do know they completed their pre-arranged meeting with earth on the exact same day, February 15, 2013, a cosmic spectacular. The same event was encoded into God’s Book 2,500 years ago.


  1. Russian Meteor Explosion Outshone Sun;; February 15, 2013
  2. Cosmic Coincidence: Russian Meteor, Asteroid Near-miss on Same Day;; February 15, 2013
  3. Russia starts cleanup after meteor strike;; February 16, 2013
  4. Passing asteroid adds to astronomical drama; Associated Press; February 16, 2013
  5. Meteorites injure hundreds in central Russia; BBC News; February 16, 2013
  6. Russian Meteor Explosion’s Dust Cloud Lingered in Atmosphere for Months;; August 16, 2013
  7. Burst of Panic; The Associated Press, New York Times; February 16, 2013
  8. In Siberia, humor and heroism after gigantic meteor explosion; New York Times; February 17, 2013
  9. Russian meteor aftermath: Witnesses describe ‘blinding white flash’;; February 16, 2013
  10. Killer-asteroid alerts are not far off; USA Today; February 18, 2013
  11. How safe is Earth from getting rocked by next one?; Associated Press, McClatchy Newspapers;
    February 16, 2013
  12. Meteor explodes over Siberia, injuring 1,100; Associated Press; February 17, 2013