Will Comet Ison live up to expectations?

We pointed out in an earlier article {Comet Ison: The Beginning of the End?) that the New World Order forces needed a “trigger” mechanism to cause chaos for the excuse to declare Martial Law for the final takeover. We said Comet Ison was that “trigger.” But a lot of speculation and disinformation would have us believe that the situation with Comet Ison has changed. Has it changed? Or is the Comet Ison passage a “scapegoat” for the New World Order Elite’s plans? These plans include a power grid collapse, a financial collapse and more. During the comet’s passage the Grid-Ex II power-grid drill and possible take-down is planned continent-wide with a possible false flag celestial event embedded within it. It could also be that Comet Ison will cause problems for Earth in some way when it reaches perihelion (closet point to the Sun) and will be augmented by a false flag power-grid take-down. We probably won’t know until it happens. (The exercise is planned for November 13-14 of this year). Consequently, there has been more disinformation on this comet than any other comet in history.
Last Autumn Comet Ison was touted as the “comet of the century” and was expected to be up to 15 times brighter than the Moon. Our primary (but not only source for this information came from Professor James McCanney. From the time of discovery (September 21, 2012) to early Spring 2013, McCanney was saying that this comet could be “a whopper of a comet.” (See our article, Comet Ison: The Beginning of the End?). He said it could be “real interesting.” On an April 2013 Bill Deagle Radio Show, McCanney indicated that Deagle was right when he said that , “You said the comet nucleus was 2600 kilometers across” and answered, Yes, that’s right.” That would make the comet about 1,615 miles across. McCanney also said that Comet Ison had “at least one companion and possibly up to seven…” This was confirmed by other credible sources including 00 Skyview Team and Marshal Msters. This indicates that the comet had a large nucleus as we pointed out in a previous article.
Then as we got into summer, no further updates seemed to be forthcoming. Even James McCanney was quiet on Ison. When he finally did say something in August he indicated that Comet Ison was not brightening as expected and consequently was not going to turn out to be the “comet of the century” as originally said to be. After saying in April that this comet was 2600 kilometers (1,615 mi.) across, he seemed to be downplaying its size, giving the impression this is just an ordinary comet. Then on his August 29th radio show he actually agreed with NASA’s estimate of the comet nucleus – about 3 miles across. Really? Sorry, but something doesn’t add up here. When McCanney agrees with NASA, something is not right!
However, as it turned out, during the time of not much updates but plenty of speculation on Ison, Comet Ison had disappeared behind the Sun as seen from our viewing point on Earth (Ison being on the other side (behind) the Sun) from early June to late August. During August and early September, all kinds of stories on Comet Ison began to be circulated on the internet. They seemed to be triggered by rumors (because of a certain announcement) of the comet “fizzling.” But these rumors of Comet Ison fizzling were premature and unfounded for nobody could see comet Ison from the Earth as it was behind the Sun. These rumors of fizzling came in July just before the wild speculations and disinformation stories came in August. At the end of July, the host of NASA Lunar Science Institute podcast and Senior Editor of Universe Today, Nancy Atkinson clarified the issue. She stated:

“A press release out yesterday about a recent paper on Comet ISON has caused a mild uproar across the astronomy-minded social media outlets and some websites. The article issued from the Physics & Astrophysics Computation Group (FACOM0 at the University of Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia is titled ‘Comet Of The Century? Not Yet! Comet C/2012 S1 ISON Has Fizzled Completely and May Disintegrate at or Before Reaching Perihelion.’

“The article had professional astronomers and comet enthusiasts alike shaking their heads in disbelief.

“For one, any current determination of ISON’s ultimate fate when it gets close to the Sun later this year is speculation at best, (as is the case with almost any other sun-grazing comet) and since no one on planet Earth has seen ISON since it entered the Sun’s glare in June, there is absolutely no way to determine the comet’s current state, either. The almost unanimous shout from the astronomy internets was ‘Please! We just have to wait and see what happens with ISON.’

“But the press release also had this journalist (and others) wondering if Ferrin’s views were taken out of context for the sake of a dramatic press release.

“For example, nowhere in his paper does Ferrin say that Comet ISON has ‘fizzled,’ (nor is there a direct quote in the press release with that word) and he does make it clear in his paper that his information about the comet is preliminary. However, the press release seemingly infers there was new data and that the comet is nothing short of dead.

“But in an email from Ferrin, in response to an inquiry from Universe Today, Ferrin stands by the press release, as well as his opinion that Comet ISON ‘does not have a bright future.’

“’The term ‘fizzled completely’ is not a scientific term so it should not go into a scientific paper,’ Ferrin said. ‘However it reflects reality with the information we have.’

“His paper (a full 51 pages) was posted to arXiv on June 20, 2013, and has been submitted to the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, still undergoing peer review. The paper is based on data available up to the last good observing date in late-May, 2013, and Ferrin said in his email to Universe Today that up to that point ‘there is no evidence of brightening whatsoever. I doubt that anybody has seen that brightening.’

“Ferrin, a well-known cometary scientist, concurred that the comet’s current state is unknown because it has entered the Sun’s glare but when last seen it had not brightened at all, adding in his email that ‘ the fact that the comet was in a standstill situation makes it very improbable of becoming as bright as the Moon.’”

Nancy Atkinson ended her article with, “In the end, no matter what any current paper or press release says about Comet ISON, nothing will be known for sure until we see ISON again, and until it gets closer to the Sun. It will pass about 1.2 million km (724,000 miles) from the Sun at closest approach on November 28, 2013.

“For now, everyone needs to wait and watch what happens and end the speculation.” (Rumors of Comet ISON ‘Fizzling’ May be Greatly Exaggerated by Nancy Atkinson. July 30, 2013. Universe Today. Bold Emphasis, Diamond Star’s.).

We note that Ferrin said that his data was from the last good observations of Comet Ison in late May. This was when Ison was approximately just beyond Jupiter’s orbit, over 3 AU (astronomical units from the Sun). In other words, it is far from the Sun. We also know that comets are electrical in nature and become brighter and more energized the closer to the Sun they get. Like Atkinson said, a lot of speculation – let’s just see when Ison gets closer to the Sun. We may be in for a surprise.
Meanwhile, NASA is still sticking to its story that Ison’s comet nucleus is only 3 miles wide.. This “comet of the century” failing to brighten in late May does not really mean anything. It is not until it gets near the Sun that the real brightening takes place.
Then the crazy claims began in August about Comet Ison being Nibiru or worse causing the end of the world in August 2013 according to the fraud supposed “whistleblower” Pattie Brassard. The crazy claims continued into September with Comet Ison being a UFO or spaceship, or that it would crash into the Sun, claiming NASA said this. And these people appeared to be serious about all this. Do they actually expect us to believe this? Of course, the idea is to generate confusion and cloud the issue. It certainly has done that.
So now for a dose of reality, we need to clarify a few points about Comet Ison and comets in general. First, Comet Ison is not a spaceship or UFO. The image being touted on You Tube videos is a combination of 3 to 5 overlayed images using different filters. This overlayed combined image is made up of individual images from the Hubble telescope making it appear that within the comet’s coma (cloudlike atmosphere around the nucleus) there are 3 to 5 objects in a v-shaped formation. Because of the curved path of the Hubble telescope when taking these images they appear in a v-shaped formation. This is explained very well on the You Tube video, Comet Ison C/2012 S-1 is not a UFO which can be viewed here.
Some have claimed Comet Ison may break up – either disintegrate (highly unlikely) or fragment like Comet Sheomaker-Levy did in 1994 over Jupiter. If fragmentation should occur, though we think this unlikely, it would be in some ways even more dangerous. Comet Biela broke into two parts and into even more pieces which evidence indicates set various places on fire in several states (Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan) being the cause of the Peshtigo and Chicago fires in 1871.
As we have stated elsewhere, comets can be very unpredictable. It must be understood that NASA’s image of comets is a faulty one. Comets are not dirty “snowballs.” Comets are very electrical in nature, having strong electromagnetic fields and because they are so electrically charged, are very much affected in speed, size, mass and trajectory as they pass by planetary bodies in space. The bigger the comet, the greater the effect it creates. The longer a comet travels through space without being discharged, the more electrically charged they become. Comets become more charged and consequently glow even brighter as they near the Sun. There is a great electrical discharge that occurs when a sun-grazer comet, such as Ison, passes by the Sun. A large enough comet can cause what Major Ed Dames calls the “kill-shot.” This is when massive CME’s (coronal mass ejections) occur on the Sun as a result of the comet triggering the solar capacitor, but it does not have to hit the Sun to do this. It can be done from a distance. To understand more of a comet’s electrical nature, please see the video, The Electric Comet Ison here.
Although the current consensus of popular scientific opinion seems to be that Comet Ison will not live up to expectations, we find it interesting that this minimizing of this “comet of the century” comes during its time behind the Sun and out of view. It is also just before its encounter with Mars and its perihelion with the Sun. It is curious as well that this minimizing and disinformation campaign comes at a time when the Powers-That-Be are planning and preparing a continent-wide power-grid exercise, Grid-Ex II. This is said by some in the know that it is really a power grid take-down, a celestial false flag event. There are a number of training exercises and shipment of vaccines, ammunition, and various other items to be either completed or obtained by October first or thereabouts. The Grid-Ex II drill exercise itself, is to be held November 13-14, the same time Comet Ison crosses by Mercury, close enough that Mercury could “go comet.” In other, words, develop a comet’s tail. All this seems very suspicious but we will have to wait and see. Be prepared for anything!

Added ISON Update: The latest information on Comet Ison from the 00 Skyview research team is that “Ison has not fizzled, the comet’s lack of brightness is due to lack of H2O (water) by 9.2” They also report, ISON IS NOT ALONE!” (Emphasis, Skyview’s). This is confirmed by the latest images obtained via a Lisbon observatory and made known by BP Earth Watch. The image shows the comet’s coma as being about 4 Earth diameters wide, about 7,926 miles across. (This width is not the nucleus as indicated in our previous article). The nucleus is itself, about 2 Earth diameters wide. In other words, this comet is no wimp and will be something to reckon with when it reaches its perihelion around the Sun.

The comet also has a cool spot or region directly behind the main nucleus. Behind this is a secondary nucleus as well as other orbiting objects. Comet Ison also appears to be dragging plenty of debris behind it. (Keep in mind it has just passed through the asteroid belt). It has been determined to be traveling at 2 million miles per day.