Watching Comet ISON: Is This the One?
Facing south, comet ISON can be seen to the east. It is easily visible with the naked eye. The one blue side is also clearly visible on most nights.
It is only visible in a dark sky, which means that it is still very far away from us.
If you go out at the same time on different nights, you will see ISON always in the same spot. As our planet rotates, the comet seems to move to the southwest.
Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you observe any changes regarding ISON's appearance or the pathway which it is following.
The Prophecies of St. Hildegard (11th Century)
"Before the Comet comes, many nations, the good excepted, will be scoured with want and famine."
"The Comet, by its tremendous pressure, will force much out of the ocean and flood many countries, causing much want and many plagues. All sea coast cities will be fearful and many of them will be destroyed by tidal waves, and most living creatures will be killed and even those who escape will die from a horrible disease. For in none of those cities does a person live according to the laws of God."
Regarding the United States of America
"The great nation in the ocean that is inhabited by people of different tribes and descent, by an earthquake, storm and tidal waves will be devastated. It will be divided [the New Madrid fault line?], and in great part be submerged. That nation will also have many misfortunes at sea, and lose its colonies in the East through a Tiger and a Lion."
Here is a map showing earthquake activity in the USA:
Watch this video on the U.S. fault lines:
"Peace will return to Europe when the white flower (Bourbon: Great Monarch) again takes possession of the throne of France. During this time of peace the people will be forbidden to carry weapons and iron will be used only for making agricultural implements and tools. And also during this period the soil will be very productive and many Jews, heathens and heretics will join the Church."
[St. Hildegard's prophecies are taken from The Prophets and Our Times by Rev. R. Gerald Culleton, TAN Publishers, 1974.]