The date? June 2037.
On May 26, 2021 I made a second prediction for the 2031 Predictions page: "Major Asteroid Impact Scare Will Cause Global Panic; People Will Prepare for End of World."
The date? June 2031.
What is very strange is that I made both predictions well before news broke that 1) Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein, determined to be the largest comet ever discovered, would reach its closest point to Earth in 2031, and 2) a distant supernova given the name "Requiem" will become visible in 2037 thanks to the magnifying properties of a nearby galaxy cluster, a quirky phenomenon called gravitational lensing.
News about Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein began being reported a month after I posted my prediction on the 2031 Predictions page.
"Pedro Bernardinelli and Gary Bernstein, of the University of Pennsylvania, found an object with the designation C/2014 UN271 hidden among data collected by the 570-megapixel Dark Energy Camera (DECam) mounted on the Víctor M. Blanco 4-meter Telescope at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO) in Chile."
It was classified as a transneptunian object or dwarf planet and apparently forgotten. Bernardinelli and Bernstein ran an analysis on the object and discovered it had a tail and was actually a comet ... the largest comet ever discovered. Then C/2014 UN271 was named Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein.
It has been making headlines since late June not only because it is a new comet discovery, but also due to its gigantic size, the great distance it has traveled, and when it will be closest to our planet ... in 2031.
Yes, I know a comet is not an asteroid, although some astronomers are saying there may not be as much difference between the two as we previously have thought, and in some cases no difference.
The point is, we are being given a heads up on this monster ten years in advance, and the year just happens to be the same one I gave: 2031.
Sounds like a prediction certain to be fulfilled right?
At least, that is what they are telling us right now.
What do I mean by that?
Before getting into that, let's look at the other space object: the supernova.
News about the Requiem Supernova began being reported nine months after I posted my prediction on the 2037 Predictions page.
"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."
That's pretty far away ... how could we ever see it?
Due to a phenomenon never reported to the public until now: gravitational lensing.
That's right, apparently astronomers saw three different explosions of Requiem back in 2016 ... thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope. A fourth version of the supernova explosion will appear in 2037 ... the same year I gave for a huge supernova event and the Pope fleeing the Vatican.
Sounds like another prediction certain to be fulfilled right?
So, the current narrative is that Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein and the Requiem Supernova will be so far away they will not be visible to the naked eye. Plus Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein will pass no nearer our planet than Saturn.
Two strange coincidences? That one will reach its closest point to earth in 2031 and the other will explode in the heavens in 2037. Just like the objects I predicted?
Maybe that is all they are ... coincidences.
But the odds of these two major news discoveries "doing their thing" on the two years I predicted are astronomical. One event might be a coincidence ... but two??
Both events are far enough away in the future that any concealed truths regarding them can be kept secret and gradually revealed.
Hell, maybe it's Planet X.
First they said it would only be seen using professional observatory telescopes, now it should be visible with large amateur telescopes.
First they said it was 20 AU (astronomic unit, 93 million miles) away from Earth. Then it was 18 AU. Tonight a report said 10.9 AU. Huh?
They say it will get no closer to earth than Saturn now. What will they be saying in 2025? Or 2028? They have ten years at their disposal to reveal whatever revelations there may be about the comet. Perhaps Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein will do the unexpected and pass quite close to our planet in 2031?
Maybe it is even the "comet" prophesied by St. Hildegard of Bingen:
“Before the Comet comes, many nations, the good excepted, will be scoured with want and famine. 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, and in great part submerged. That nation will also have many misfortunes at sea, and lose its colonies in the east through a Tiger and a Lion. The Comet by its tremendous pressure, will force much out of the ocean and flood many countries, causing much want and many plagues. All coastal 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 these cities does a person live according to the laws of God."
The Requiem Supernova. Now there's an especially odd major news story. A supernova so distant it probably exploded ten billion years ago. Thus, an object so very far away that only the Hubble Space Telescope could detect it ... and only with the aid of a galaxy with magnifying properties on line with the exploding star. Three shots were taken in 2016, but a fourth and final one eluded the telescope. Even so, astronomers will get their chance to see the fourth outburst ... twenty-one years later in 2037. I doubt that news reports even were made public about the 2016 sightings. To the average person this is pretty technical stuff about how a deep space telescope saw an ancient supernova thanks to gravitational lensing.
"A Requiem or Requiem Mass, also known as Mass for the dead (Latin: Missa pro defunctis) or Mass of the dead (Latin: Missa defunctorum), is a Mass offered for the repose of the soul or souls of one or more deceased persons, using a particular form of the Roman Missal. It is usually, but not necessarily, celebrated in the context of a funeral."
So the name of a Catholic rite is given to a supernova to appear in 2037 ... a supernova that will be linked to a future pope and his evacuation from Rome. As Nostradamus describes:
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.
Could this be Nostradamus's way to describe a giant galaxy cluster serving as a magnifying glass to reveal a distant supernova, one so distant not even a space telescope would normally be able to see it. In 2016 "the cloud" (MACS J0138.0-2155) made three suns appear.
Is it possible that by 2037 the technology will exist to increase the magnification properties of the galaxy channeling Requiem to Earth? It may be so many times more powerful that it will be seen by the naked eye.
Otherwise why report it now, of all times? I doubt anyone really cares because, again, it is 16 years away and it is not something we will even see with our own eyes ... unless a new technology will make it possible by 2037.
Sounds to me that we are being prepared for both events, one in 2031 and the other in 2037.