A GREAT SUPERNOVA APPEARS:
The Pope Flees the Vatican
Kepler's Supernova and Tycho's Supernova serve as reminders that if Betelgeuse does become the brightest supernova in history at any time soon it still may not be a prophetic event. We should enjoy such events and hold them in awe for they mark a special time in astronomical history and a period of our own personal lives should we be lucky to live in such times.
Thus, it is possible the world may see another bright supernova before this one to be discussed ... this prophesied one that may occur in June 2037. There is a chance we may see the Betelgeuse supernova in February 2022 or, much more likely, October 2024 (the 420th anniversary of Kepler's Supernova). However, February 2022 is a more promising base 7 anniversary of the magnitude 3 blue supernova SN 1987A that appeared on February 23, 1987 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The 1987A event was only visible in the southern hemisphere but a repeat could occur in the North rather than the South. For we have yet to behold the Hopi Indian prophecy of the Blue Star Kachina.
But as 2037 marks a turning point in the coming world war, that turning point just happens to align with the 119th anniversary of the appearance of magnitude -1.3 Nova Aquilae (V603 Aquilae), the brightest nova (not supernova) in history — landing in the super-bright category. It attained a peak brightness of magnitude -1.4 on June 9, 1918, five months before the end of the First World War, virtually matching Sirius, the brightest star in the sky. That may repeat again in June 2037 ... and if Betelgeuse does not go supernova beforehand, it may well do so at that time. There are other potential contenders, however, such as Binary Star V Sagittae which will also become a red supernova ... for certain ... some time during this century.
This supernova may also be the star WORMWOOD that appears in the Book of Revelation. That entirely depends on whether the history of mankind extends not much farther than the Newtonian end of the world year of 2060 ... or as far as either of the two potential end time years arrived at in Nostradamus' Epistle to Henry II: 2242 or 2827. Obviously if future human history extends to 2827, this supernova of 2037 will NOT be Wormwood.
However, if the events of Revelation occur over a period of 210 or 217 years (if the end year is 2242), which is quite possible, then the 2037 supernova may indeed be Wormwood.
Whether or not it is, the supernova is likely to be the star that burns for seven days when the Pope is forced to flee Rome:
The great star for seven days will burn, the cloud will make two suns appear:
The great mastiff will howl all night, when the great pontiff will change his country.
If you saw Orion before it disappeared behind the Sun this year, you may have noticed Betelgeuse's unusual brightness. Astronomers are unsure of what to make of this brightening, but one team has reinterpreted long-standing patterns in its variability to conclude it is not only in the carbon-burning stage of its life, but nearing that phase’s end. If so, the nearby red giant could pass through the subsequent stages of its life in a few decades and explode in the lifetime of people reading this article.
SUPERNOVA Nearby Betelgeuse star ‘about to go supernova’ in fiery Orion constellation explosion after ‘strange behavior’ detected
A STAR could possibly reach supernova in our lifetime and account for the first since 1604, according to a reassessment from researchers. Calculations from researchers from Tohoku University in Japan and the University of Geneva in Switzerland suggest that Betelgeuse is nearing the end of its star lifetime. After a recent prognosis, the researchers have concluded that Betelgeuse has just a few decades before it reaches supernova, Science Alert reported on Monday. It is in the red supergiant star phase which is the final stage in a massive star’s lifetime before it goes supernova and is located in the Orien constellation. The last star to reach supernova was in 1604 in the Milky Way, Astro Bites reported.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Approximately 650 lightyears from Earth, Betelgeuse, perched high as the “left shoulder” of the Orion constellation, may be preparing to go supernova. The star’s brightness has ebbed and flowed over the past thousand years. But as of late, the star has been growing increasingly bright. In May, Betelgeuse reached 142% of its normal luminosity. Scientists say this may be the star preparing the final leg of its lifespan, where it can no longer produce nuclear fuel and will collapse into a stellar explosion visible from Earth. Previously, astronomers estimated Betelgeuse’s death to happen in the next 100,000 years. But recently, a study published on June 1 by researchers at Cornell University now estimates within the next “tens” of years, making Betelgeuse a prime candidate for the next galactic supernova.
Could Betelgeuse go supernova within the next few decades? The debate over when the star will explode has been reignited after the star brightened by almost 50 per cent over May and June 2023. Betelgeuse is a red supergiant around 500 to 600 lightyears from Earth and makes up the left shoulder of the constellation Orion. It is expected to go supernova at some point in the next 100,000 years. However, a recent paper on the star, led by Hideyuki Saio from the Tohoku University in Japan, determined the star could be at the end of its final life stage, the carbon burning phase. Saoi expects that “the core will collapse a few tens of years after the carbon exhaustion”.
Explained: Why ‘Supernova Requiem’ Will Return In 2037 With A ‘Double Blue Moon,’ The ‘Greatest Conjunction’ And A Total Solar Eclipse
Astronomers have just made a bold prediction—that an exploding star dubbed “Supernova Requiem” will again appear in the year 2037. So what’s going on? And what else is going to happen in the year 2037? Quite a lot, actually ... here’s a glimpse of what to expect in 2037!
With what we currently know about astronomy, predicting when a star will end in a dramatic supernova is nearly impossible. But there are exceptions, among them, the so-called Supernova Requiem, which astronomers predict we will see go boom in 2037.
A distant supernova previously imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope will be visible again from Earth in 2037, astronomers predict. The supernova, dubbed Requiem, is a result of a stellar explosion some 10 billion light-years away. It was visible to the legendary space observatory three times in 2016, thanks to a phenomenon called gravitational lensing.
Iran "Turns" and Invades Macedonia
A burning torch in the sky will be seen, near the end and principal of the Rhone:
Famine, weapon: too late the assistance is provided, the Persian turns and invades Macedonia.
Thus, Quatrain 2.96 above marks the final stage of the war.
After securing Trabzon, Iran's destination is Macedonia ... and that mean plowing through the entire nation of Turkey from east to west.
Ultimately, Persia will turn to invade Macedonia and onward to Greece, opening the great war of Daniel 11 between the "king of Grecia" and the "king of Persia." Nostradamus indicates that the "great star" will be "burning" like a "torch" in the sky, well observed above Arles in Provence (southern France) and also above Rome.
This would occur in June 2037.