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Contact Report 60 The Destroyer Brings in the Planet Venus

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62/Torn from its before course, Venus reached an orbit which slowly but surely lead directly to the Earth, which, event indeed happened.    63/Accurately 3,585 years ago,
Venus had reached a very slow course, which as well without the appearance of the Destroyer would have led to Earth. 64/But then 3,453 years ago, the Destroyer returned again, which had once more achieved the constant of 575.5 years, and shot by a few humdred thousand kilometers distance along the constantly thrown out of her orbit Venus, and tore it finally from its new course and orbit to a course which unavoidably and finally now brought Venus. near to the Earth. 65/Soon the Destroyer rushed along the Earth with Venus in tow, which came very near the Earth and caused the catastrophy of Santorini. 66/Since then the Deatroyer showed a changed time of orbit, and also no more afflicted the SOL-System, apart from smaller irregularities. 67/So it first reached its constant again in the year of 1680, of 575.5 years, when again it ran through the SOL-System, but now without causing changes or destructions
 (on Earth).    68/In consequence, its next passage
will be again 575.5 years (since the last), thus it
will appear again in the year 2255.    69/What
here is important, and of interest to mention, is the fact that this giant comet, besides the return inexplicable to us phenomenon of the self-conpensating constant of 575.5 years, is a second inexplicable phenomenon, which is that the orbital time of the Destroyer balances itself without exception in such a way that two. rotations always total 1151 years, thus once more the 575.5 years twice. 70/If,for example, the orbital time of one passage is 478 years, then the orbital time of the next passage will surely be 673 years.
 

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