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  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XI
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    • can perceive this at the moments when one sees a comet shooting
    • comets have very irregular orbits with respect to these regular
    • orbits. The view that these comets describe long ellipses is
    • case, the segments of the cometary orbits which lie within our
    • so this Satan lies in wait in order to catch every comet that
    • when he has collected enough comets — he can throw the
    • to use every cometary orbit in order to give a different
    • one will be able to speak of comets and one can already speak
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVI
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    • speaking about the forces and activities of comets. Once you
    • of comets, although mankind in general then forgot about these
    • things. So let's take a look at the nature of comets in
    • has the orbits of various comets in there. One can calculate
    • the orbits of many comets and the calculation gives rather
    • comets at the Paris Academy. The rumor spread that he was going
    • to prove that there would be a collision between a comet and
    • the orbits of the comet and the earth would intersect and a
    • calculation was correct as far as the collision of the comet
    • with what happened to another comet, namely, the famous Biela
    • comet. If one connects these two one arrives at the following.
    • Biela's comet in 1832 and in all that can be predicted from
    • calculations of the same. The appearance of this comet
    • confirmed the calculations. The comet came so close to the
    • Biela's comet came back every 6 or 7 years, people were
    • according to the calculations the comet was going to pass at a
    • around the earth, which is too close for comfort. The comet
    • accurate as for that other comet in 1773. something terrible
    • shower the comet didn't come back at all. It was a wonderful
    • falling down to earth in many scintillating sparks. The comet
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