Earth-like Planet Kepler 22-B - Alleged ET Worlds Compared.
Link With Israeli Astronaut Ilan Ramon & Alleged Close Encounters
When my son first heard of the discovery of Kepler 22-b, despite his work in breakthrough propulsion physics, he expressed doubt that we'd ever reach it due to its great distance from Earth – 600 light years (about 3,500,000,000,000,000 miles). But when I looked up KEPLER 22B in the Torah Code, there were a few surprises that suggested one of three things may eventually happen. We might hitch a ride there with ET, we might have a breakthrough related to wormhole physics or some means of superluminal travel, or perhaps we might simply send a slow “ark” out there with the hope of colonization in an effort to ensure the survival of our species.
The odd thing about the first of the four matrices below is the very unusually long 12-letter ELS RAMON TO KEPLER 22B. Ilan Ramon was the Israeli astronaut killed on the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster. The extension RAMON TO was only noticed via snooping. Sharing the letter kuf with KEPLER 22B is BURIAL PLACE. The matrix seems to suggest that Ramon may have his remains flown to this newly discovered WORLD (also encoded) for reburial there. When? On the matrix is IN THE END OF DAYS. Perhaps he'll be taken there aboard a UFO, as two are on the matrix (one is at the skip of his name). SPACE is also on the matrix at the absolute skip of the axis term. News coverage of the planet's discovery follows the first matrix. Statistical significance of all matrices is discussed at the end of the article.
FIGURE 1 ABOVE: In the 6th lowest ELS of KEPLER 22B, five letters leading into it read RAMON (the deceased Israeli astronaut) TO. In the open text starting with KEPLER is BURIAL PLACE. The matrix seems to suggest that his body will one day be sent there.
Second Earth Found? Location Is PromisingPublished December 05, 2011
This artist's conception illustrates Kepler-22b, a planet known to comfortably circle in the habitable zone of a sun-like star. It is the first planet that NASA's Kepler mission has confirmed to orbit in a star's "habitable zone" -- the region around a star where liquid water, a requirement for life on Earth, could persist.
NASA announced a major milestone in the quest for life in the universe Monday: The discovery of another planet close enough to the sun it orbits to potentially support life. Called Kepler-22b, the planet is about 2.4 times the radius of Earth and about 600 light-years away. And it orbits in the "habitable zone," the region of space just far enough from a star that liquid water could exist on the planet's surface -- a discovery could have profound implications in the quest for alien life, said Alan Boss, an astrophysicist with Carnegie Melon University.
“This discovery supports the growing belief that we live in a universe crowded with life,” Boss said. “Kepler is on the verge of determining the actual abundance of habitable, Earth-like planets in our galaxy." The host star lies about 600 light-years away from us (1 light year is about 6 trillion miles) toward the constellations of Lyra and Cygnus, the researchers said, and is about 25 percent less luminous than the Sun. Kepler-22b orbits the star every 290 days, as compared with 365 days for the Earth, at a distance about 15 percent closer to its star than the Earth from the Sun -- close enough to suggest a pleasing, balmy temperature on the surface.
Such a temperature means liquid water could exist on the surface of the planet, something necessary for life as we know it -- and this new planet might well be not only habitable but perhaps even inhabited.
"This is a major milestone on the road to finding Earth's twin," said Douglas Hudgins, Kepler program scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "Kepler's results continue to demonstrate the importance of NASA's science missions, which aim to answer some of the biggest questions about our place in the universe."
Interestingly, Kepler-22b was not photograph so much as implied. The discovery team, led by William Borucki of the NASA Ames Research Center, pored over photometric data from the NASA Kepler space telescope. They watched for tiny dimmings of star light -- dimmings that can only be measured by a highly specialized space telescope like Kepler -- which indicate that an Earth-size planet is transiting between us and a star.
Kepler requires at least three transits to verify a signal as a planet.
"Fortune smiled upon us with the detection of this planet," explained William Borucki, Kepler principal investigator at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, Calif., who led the team that discovered Kepler-22b."
Of the 54 habitable zone planet candidates reported in February 2011, Kepler-22b is the first to be confirmed. The milestone will be published in an upcoming article in The Astrophysical Journal.
FIGURE 2: LAND OF MILK AND HONEY, RAMON, JERUSALEM, and KEPLER 22B are closely encoded. This relationship is echoed on Figures 3 and 4 later.
FIGURE 3: Abraham was instructed to count the stars in reference to his descendants. Perhaps they will one day inherit KEPLER 22B which orbits one of those stars. KEPLER 22B is shown at its 2nd lowest skip.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 3.
FIGURE 4: In the 3rd lowest ELS of KEPLER 22B, JERUSALEM is paired with KEPLAR 33B in an extremely small 28-letter matrix. STATISTICAL CALCULATONS ARE UNDER THE MATRIX.
"I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book. And if anyone takes words away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from him his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book."
11Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.
11 saying, What thou seest, write in a book and send it to the seven churches: unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamum, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.
6.a.3. Which version of the Book of Revelation is most authentic? The Interpreter's Bible (Volume 12, p. 374) reveals that the questionable identity statement is not found in the better manucripts and should be deleted.
Blond or brunette 'Nordic' type humans based in the Pleiadean 'Taygeta' and other systems, which were allegedly colonized by refugees from their former planetary abodes in the Lyra constellation which were invaded by reptiloid entities from Alpha Draconis. The main Pleiadean planet of 'Erra', was reportedly 'Terra-formed' by the Lyran refugees [Lyra being much nearer to earth--around 30 light years]. The Pleiadeans were apparently the first 'humanoid' society to develop hyper-space travel (the U.S. government has reportedly known how to tap-in to hyperspace ever since the 'Philadelphia Experiments' of the 1940's. The Pleiadeans claim that their technology surpasses our 'International' technology by about 3000 years. This may explain why the humans in Lyra were able to travel the vast distances from this part of the galaxy to colonize the Pleiades, some 430 light-years from Terra-Earth. The Pleiadeans consider themselves to be part of the "ANDROMEDAN COUNCIL" based within some of the planetary systems within the Andromeda constellation.
- α Lyr (Vega). With an apparent brightness of 0.03m, this is the second brightest star of the northern hemisphere (after Arcturus) and the fifth brightest star in all; its spectral class is A0 V and it lies at a distance of only 25.3 l.y.
- β Lyr (Sheliak). A group of eclipsing binaries is named after this variable star (3.45m, spectral class B8 II), the Beta-Lyrae-stars.
- γ Lyr (Sulafat). The main star of this multiple star system is of magnitude 3.24m and spectral class B9 III.
- δ1 Lyr. A double star consisting of a blue-white star of mag. 6m and a semi-regular red giant.
- ε Lyr. A well-known quadruple star, also called "the Double Double" because each of the two brighter components is a double star.
- ζ Lyr. Another double star which can be split using binoculars.
- RR Lyr lends its name to a class of pulsating variable RR Lyrae-stars.
8. Sirius (8.6 light years away). Sirius is actually a binary star system. It has a white main sequence star and a faint white dwarft companion. A to Z really goes all out here, speaking of "human humanoids of types, Sasquatch, Reptiloids, Greys, Insectoids and Reptilian-Insectoid hybrid species as well as cybernetic "MIB" entities that have collaborated in the past." The article goes on to make assertions about a major earth-base under Furnace Creek, California; and many of the Reptiloids taking sides with the Orion-Draconian EMPIRE -- which has a major earth-base below Dulce, New Mexico. It also alleges facilities under Paradox, Nevada; Dougway, Utah and near the Denver International Airport in Colorado; and it refers to a war in Sirius-B gravitating towards the Sol System. But does astronomy offer any evidence of planets in the Sirius system? I could find no evidence of one, however Sirius is only 300 million years old (which is really young). A search of the literature indicates time for planetary formation, with a habital zone around the main star of 2 AU to 5 AU. But if any planets formed, they would also be young, likely volcanic, dominated by a bright, violent sun with sterilizing ultraviolet light reaching all but the depths of any oceans there. This probably means that the A to Z list is, is say the least, a bit over optimistic.
In 2003 it was hypothesized that these lumps could be caused by a roughly Neptune-mass planet having migrated from 40 to 65 AU (an AU is about 93 million miles, the mean Earth-Sun distance) over 56 million years, an orbit large enough to allow the formation of smaller rocky planets closer to Vega. The migration of this planet would likely require gravitational interaction with a second, higher mass planet in a smaller orbit.
Relatively peaceful and gentle humans descended from refugees from the 'Lyran Wars', who work closely with other refugee-colonists now living in the Pleiades, Wolf 424, and elsewhere. Often described as "dark skinned Orientals" similar to the native residents of the nation of India.
11. Zeta Reticuli (39 light years away). The famous Greys are allegedly from the Zeta Reticuli binary star system, with designated Zeti1 Reticuli and Zeta2 Reticuli. Both are yellow dwarf (main sequence) stars very similar to our Sun. No close-in giant planets have been detected around either of the components, making Earth-like terrestrial planets possible. However, the stars are only 60% as enriched with metals as the Sun. Small, terrestrial planets around less metal-rich stars are less likely according to our current knowledge, though gas giant development is not impeded by this.
Figure 1 odds: RAMON TO KEPLER 22B. Per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is attached to the axis term, here KEPLER 22B. The 5-letter RAMON TO before KEPLER 22B cannot be assigned any statistical significance because it was found by snooping (unless it can be shown that on a UFO, he already visited the planet in question). The phrase IN THE END OF DAYS was a-priori because many (Orthodox) Jews and Christians think the End of Days began with the re-establishment of Israel in 1948. There was about 1 chance in 276 for it to be on the matrix. BURIAL PLACE was only found a-posteriori (so the term is not part of the calculation), though its location is striking because RAMON is supposed to be dead. When? On the matrix is IN THE END OF DAYS. Perhaps he'll be taken there for reburial there via a UFO. UFO had about 1 chance in 7 to be at the special case skip seen (here that of the axis term), SPACE had about 1 chance in 9 to be at a special case skip seen (here that of the axis term but in the reverse direction) and WORLD had about 1 chance in 2 to be there. Overall, with the 6th place ELS rank for the axis term factored in, the a-priori terms were there against odds of about 7,292 to 1. But in reality, the 5-letter extension is the section that raises many questions about Kepler 22B. In addition to issues of whether we will achieve the technology to reach it, the matrix begs the question of whether beings from it are in fact visiting us now.
Figure 2 Odds: On Figure 2 the references of LAND OF MILK AND HONEY and BUTTER OF CATTLE AND MILK OF SHEEP are a-posteriori finds, so like the extension RAMON TO before KEPLER 22B on the first matrix, they are not subject to any kind of statistical analysis. This leaves us with a-priori terms of RAMON, WORLD, JERUSALEM and UFO. On the second matrix, only the area with a grey background will not be considered. As such, the spreadsheet is set up initially for 224 letters (with subsections to focus on the areas highlighted by varying the color of the background). Although JERUSALEM is at its minimum skip in Torah, none of the key terms are at a special case skip, so all are subjected to frequency checks in accordance with the Roffman Skip Formula and Skip Tables. JERUSALEM had about 1 chance in 112 to be in the left 226 letters of the overall matrix. If we are only interested in the quality of match for JERUSALEM with KEPLER 22B with the right 16 columns of the white background (7 rows by 16 columns, 112 letters), then it's about 1 in 226. The odds against having both JERUSALEM and UFO in the white background area (7 rows by 17 columns) with KEPLER 22B were about 516 to 1. Odds against having the four a-priori words (RAMON , WORLD, JERUSALEM and UFO) in the 224 letters around KEPLER 22B were about 1,210 to 1. So we arrive at the best odds in this case by using the four key words and by excluding the area with the grey background that only held a-posteriori words.
FIGURE 3 odds: RAMON without first name or some other outstanding extension like that seen on Figure 1 is just a 4-letter term. On a matrix as large as the full Figure 3 (820 letters) RAMON is certain to be somewhere at an ELS. If we shrink the matrix to 128 letters highlighed there with a white background, then there is about 1 chance in 6 to find it with KEPLER 22B. Although MILK AND HONEY were not a-priori terms on Figure 2, they were on Figure 3 because I wanted to see if the phrase would show up again. It was indeed there against odds of about 159 to 1. Factoring in the ELS rank 2 of KEPLER 22B, this gives a p-value to the white-highlighted area of Figure 3 of about 0.00187 (~ 1 chance in 533). As for the full 820 letter matrix, the inclusion of STARS and IN THE END OF DAYS in the open text along with MILK AND HONEY in the open text takes the p-value to about 9.06E-6 which equals about 1 chance in 110,353. While this number may seem impressive, the matrix is larger than those that I normally like to see. Of course, I may have missed many significant terms. So this matrix may be worthy of further investigation, but I would not recommend enlarging it any more to show additional terms.
FIGURE 4 odds. With Figure 4, factoring in axis term rank, the odds against having one of the two Biblical (6 letter) or more modern (7 letter) spellings of JERUSALEM were about 3,628 to 1. So it seems like the Code is trying hard to tell us something here. Earlier in 2011 there was a big flap about an alleged UFO seen over Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Most (but not all) analysts concluded that the video was a hoax, but if not, then perhaps we have friends from KEPLER 22B who are looking at the three monotheistic faiths that hold the site holy, and they are trying to figure out why there is so much division over it. On the other hand, maybe they're checking out the real estate to replicate it (on KEPLER 22B?). If so, they missed the significance of the rock under the Dome of the Rock Mosque.