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Subject: [exopolitics] Asteroid Rendezvous with Mars: The Second Sun and Red Kachina
Asteroid Rendezvous with Mars: The Second Sun and Red Kachina
On January 9, scientists from the Near Earth Object Program (NASA/JPL) released their latest estimate on the projected flight path of an asteroid (2007 WD5) that had been earlier predicted to hit Mars with odds of 1 in 25 . The final estimate is that on January 30, the 50 meter asteroid will miss Mars by approximately 4000 kilometers, a near miss in astronomical terms. Hopes that scientists would learn more about conditions on Mars and the consequences of a similar asteroid impact on Earth were dashed with the January 9 announcement. The scientific community therefore expects the asteroid to have its Martian rendezvous with nothing out of the ordinary occurring.
A non-eventful close flyby is the most likely result according to the standard cosmological model where asteroids are electrically neutral bodies flying in the vacuum of space. However, while the asteroid will closely miss Mars, according to an astronomical model called 'Plasma Cosmology', there is likely to be a very significant "plasma discharge" between Mars and the asteroid. The plasma discharge will light Mars up in a stunning way as the asteroid discharges with Mars, the positive electrical charge it gained from its closest approach to Earth on November 2, 2007. This means that the asteroid (carrying a positive charge relative to Mars) and Mars (carrying a negative charge relative to the asteroid) will for a short period form a giant celestial capacitor that discharges.
Furthermore, Mars proximity to Earth in their respective orbits will make Mars appear to be a second sun for a short period of time. So it can be predicted that Mars, after it absorbs a plasma discharge from the passing asteroid 2007 WD5, will for a period become a red sun. This makes the expected rendezvous of Mars and the asteroid far more significant than a mere close miss as suggested by the standard cosmological model. The flyby raises the intriguing possibility that a red sun emerging from the plasma discharge between Mars and asteroid may be a fulfillment of Hopi Indian prophecies concerning the appearance of the Red Kachina. First, some background information will be helpful....