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An ominous sign for US election in November?

According to NASA, there is a .41% chance an asteroid named 2018VP1 will hit earth on Nov 2, 2020, a day before the US federal election on Nov 3. The good news is that its only seven feet in diameter, so it will not do any significant damage if it does.

Breaking Israel News explains:

The asteroid 2018VP1 is expected to arrive on November 2 and, according to NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), has a .41 % chance of hitting the Earth with three potential impacts. But even if it does impact on the surface of the planet, the asteroid is not expected to do any damage as at approximately seven feet in diameter, it is relatively small.  Hazardous objects are those estimated to be more than 140 meters in diameter. An Earth-impact by this asteroid might rattle some windows or drop meteorites on rooftops.

Last week, an asteroid about ten feet in diameter flew just 1,830 miles over the southern Indian Ocean at a speed of 27,700 mph. This is the closest such an object has flown past Earth on record. The asteroid was first detected on July 26 by the Zwicky Transient Facility, a robotic camera that scans the sky. 


So let’s call 2018VP1 a shot over the bow, a warning shot, because the Bible does speak of asteroids hitting the earth leading up the second coming of Christ.

One in particular will cause significant damage.

The second angel sounded, and something like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea; and a third of the sea became blood, and a third of the creatures which were in the sea and had life, died; and a third of the ships were destroyed.

Revelation 8:8-9 NASV

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