UPDATE #12: METEOR HITS CITY
Meteor Hits City in Algeria
Algeria Bolide Meteor
VISION GIVEN BY OUR LORD TO THE LITTLE PEBBLE ON SUNDAY 20 MARCH 2016 [See separate link to this Message]
LITTLE PEBBLE: Today at Mass, during the Consecration, Jesus appeared on the cross. I saw Our Lady kneel close to the cross, also close by was Saint John and Saint Mary Magdalene. Then the Eternal Father appeared above Jesus with the Holy Spirit above the Eternal Father – much larger than all – spreading His Wings.
Jesus spoke saying: “Father forgive them for they know not what they do!” I heard a heavy thunderclap in the Church. Then appearing on the Altar I saw a White Lamb to the left of the Cross and to the right, also on the Altar, a Goat – both were bleeding. Kneeling at the foot of the Altar to the left before the White Sheep, was Pope Benedict and kneeling in front of the Goat was Pope Francis.
Then Pope Benedict was on the Altar with a dagger in his heart and Pope Francis remained kneeling, but a knife was in his back.
Saint Michael came and placed a sword in the Altar and it split. Behind the Altar near the Tabernacle, appeared Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome and Saint Michael placed his sword through it and it split. Then I saw a Black Sheep on the Throne of Peter. Behind that scene I saw the sky on fire and Meteors were crashing to the Earth. A huge Angel was standing near the Altar with fire in his eyes and he held a large sword.
These are the areas Heaven showed me where the Meteors had landed:
- In the Atlantic Sea near Puerto Rico; The Sea between Europe and the United States, Canada, was the Atlantic area.
- The China Sea between China and the Philippines
- One in the Middle East in Europe and the Middle of the United States.
The Great Angel spoke to me about private matters and the vision was gone. However, where the Meteors landed, the Earth quaked and the Seas rose to great heights, flooding many Islands and entering several Mainlands.
Meteor Fireball Image captured over Ottawa Canada
From: [Name Withheld]
Date: 6 October 2016 at 5:53:35 AM
To: William Costellia
Subject: Massive Fireball Streaks Across East Coast, Prompts Plane Crash Fears – 5 October 2016
Massive Fireball Streaks Across East Coast, Prompts Plane Crash Fears
October 5, 2016 10:27 AM
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A massive fireball lit up the skies across parts of the East Coast and Canada Tuesday night, leading many to panic over fears of a plane crash.
Phones lit up at police offices and newsrooms across the East Coast with many in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and even Canada reporting the meteor.
From: [Name Withheld]
Date: 6 October 2016 at 12:03:38 AM
To: William Costellia
Subject: Method to identify current “object” coordinates (Right Ascension & Declination Oct 5, 2016)
Below would be the recommended approach for an Astronomers (Amateur or otherwise) to quickly locate the “object”. (this process would allow a swift determination of the Right Ascension and Declination coordinates on the “object”, using a celestial telescope, and a few steps.)
Using Earth’s Ecliptic Declination Reference:
The current Declination of the “object”, as of Oct 2, 2016, is minus 0hr 15′ 12.00 to Earth’s Ecliptic (i.e. 3.8 degrees South of Earth’s Ecliptic) [or Earth’s Equinox 22.45 degree tilt – 3.8 degrees = 18.7 Latitude South to Earth’s Equator]
NOTE: the object is moving approximately 1.5 to 1.8 degrees per day further south of the Earth’s Ecliptic. Sighting adjustment(s) would be required for the day of observation.
Only a small window of time is available for a “bright” observation of the “object”. This is from a refraction effect** from the sun, illuminating the “object”. The object will fade quickly as the sun rises and thus changes the optimal refractive illumination.
Using a filtered telescope or an equivalent color compensated setting on a telescopic imaging system, filter the peripheral rays of the sun such that the “object” appears as in this photograph.
This “sighting” was taken in the Northern Hemisphere where the angle of the rising sun and the Right Ascension were very close. The object has moved to the right of this “sighting” over the days due to the sum of trajectory changes.
Use the current declination above in combination with the appropriate celestial equipment and filtering to observe the current coordinates of the “object”.
Note: * Use an estimate of 4 LD – initially – as a distance from earth.
Note: ** The transient illumination is inferred from refraction of sunlight due to the observed behavior of this object. When the refraction angle changes outside of the optimal illumination, the object fades quickly to a faint red blur.