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  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XI
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    • With respect to everything which is connected with the orbits
    • the orbits which are prescribed by the sun's existence. Satan
    • through our cosmos, with its different orbit (drawing).
    • 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
    • planetary system do not agree with the planetary orbits at
    • planets out of their orbits, and the earth with them. This
    • orbit a long time ago, and who therefore (in the sense of the
    • decided to remain entirely within the orbital periods.
    • angels had to decide to remain in these scheduled orbits at
    • prescribed planetary orbits. So this came about at a certain
    • to use every cometary orbit in order to give a different
    • orbits to replace cosmos with chaos. For if you take what can
  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture XVI
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    • has the orbits of various comets in there. One can calculate
    • the orbits of many comets and the calculation gives rather
    • the orbits of the comet and the earth would intersect and a
    • People were quite right to be very interested in the orbit of
    • distance of thirteen times the radius of the moon's orbit
    • calculated their orbits and one was bothered by their erratic

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