Denis Hart (24 Dec 2011)
"Comet Lovejoy in Tasmania and the Drone (Iran)"

Comet  Lovejoy in Tasmania and the Drone (Iran)

Astronaut: ‘the most amazing thing I have ever seen in space’

The connection between these two events may seem far-fetched, but there is an important signal from the heavens.  Before reporting on this I would like to thank John (for his tireless efforts and love for the Lord’s appearing) and all the contributors to Five Doves who have made this a most memorable year.  It is great to have such a comprehensive website that so strongly supports Israel and a pre-tribulation belief.  We are within sight of the pinnacle of our journey!  Love and joy to all Doves at this Christmas/New Year season.  Maranatha!

Comet Lovejoy in Tasmania

A report appeared in the Australian media headlines today that reports, from an astronaut in the International Space Station, on ‘the most amazing thing I have ever seen in space!  Parts of the article are below (the video is awesome!):   

International Space Station Commander Dan Burbank described watching Comet Lovejoy and its streaming tail hovering over the Earth's gradually brightening arc as "the most amazing thing I have ever seen in space".  Commander Burbank was photographing lightning storms over the Pacific Ocean when the comet appeared in view.  NASA took the photos and created a spectacular time-lapse video, the UK's Daily Telegraph reports.

The comet, which was discovered by Australian amateur astronomer Terry Lovejoy last month, was expected to crash into the sun. But it avoided a collision by about 120,000 kilometres which left it with a long tail....the comet's tail was like "upside down waterfall coming almost directly vertically up from the horizon".  The comet will remain visible just before dawn until mid-January.

For those who are not aware, Tasmania is a large island off the south east coast of Australia, and an island State.  This place is quite special to me: my parents were born there, we were married there almost 40 years ago, and my children were born there (we live in Canberra now).

But the question that needs to be asked is: has Comet Lovejoy flown beneath our radar like a drone?  A comet with the name  Lovejoy, discovered only on 27 November 2011 (see Wiki link below).  Put together with other heavenly signs, such as Elenin, the heavens are calling out a warning!  Some ‘hints’ of the meaning may include: the latter day outpouring of the Holy Spirit (Joel is contained within the word Lo(v)ejoy), Iran is an anagram of rain, Leo is within Joel (in reverse) and the first name of the Lovejoy discoverer is Terry (the Great and Terrible Day of the Lord).  Just looking at the video of Lovejoy over Tasmania speaks of the greatness of our God!