Saturday, March 9, 2013

E. W. King: The 100% Accurate Asteroid Predictor

E. W. King is gloating again that he is 100% accurate in his predictions about "things falling from the sky."  He quickly forgets that a third grader could also make the exact same prediction.  They start learning in science class that comets, asteroids and meteors  fly by or strike the earth every single day.

Here is the 100% accurate prediction of The King.

In 2010 and in 2011 I predicted that we would begin to see strange objects and rare objects flying in space past this planet. On April 10th 2012 I stated in a COGSR article:
“The Bible warns about objects falling out of the sky and many other strange events yet to come.”
On November 7th 2012 I stated:
“Astrological signs will become the talk. We will see things like never before!”
And in my November 2012 predictions regarding 2013 I stated:
“Astrological signs will become the talk. We will see things like never before! …Major signs in the “heavens” will occur.”

Then amazingly in this weeks news there were meteors and asteroids!

And in this weeks news we learn;
“An asteroid the size of a city block is due to make a close pass by Earth on Saturday (March 9), and you can get a front-row view via two back-to-back webcasts.
The asteroid 2013 ET was discovered March 3 by the Catalina Sky Survey based at the University of Arizona. During the flyby, the space rock will fly within 2.5 times the moon's distance from Earth. On average, the moon is about 238,000 miles (about 383,000 kilometers) from Earth.

Asteroid 2013 ET is about 210 feet by 460 feet (64 meters by 140 m) in size, with some astronomers comparing its width to a football field. Its close approach to Earth comes just days after another space rock, the 33-foot (10 meters) asteroid 2013 EC, buzzed the Earth on Monday (March 4) at a range just inside the moon's orbit.  [See a video of asteroid 2013 ET]

The first asteroid 2013 ET event will occur today in a free live webcast from the Virtual Telescope Project in Ceccano, Italy, starting at 2 p.m. EST (1900 GMT). You can watch the asteroid webcast on here.”

I too can predict that an asteroid, meteor or comment will pass by or hit the earth in 2013 and 2014.  


Anonymous said...

A lot of these predictions are too vague, and that includes Flurry and the rest of them. When they try to be specific, they usually screw up.

But I think I'll join the game too.

I predict that a meteorite may or may not strike the earth sometime last year, or perhaps sooner or later.

Anonymous said...

Let's all pray that the next asteroid will hit the White House.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand all the hoopala about predicting some it to massage their egos when they say "see I told you it would happen"?

Dr. Bob seems to have gone off the deep end thinking that he's some sort of prophet and trying to predict every little thing that might happen before it happens.

They're either badly decieved, or simply in it for self promotion.

Thankfully the organization I attend with only approaches prophecy in general terms....taking a wait and see attitude on the specifics. We're more interested in living each day properly as that is what determins our ultimate fate.

Perfect understanding of prophecy (which no man has, by the way) will not save anyone.

Anonymous said...

I predict a Hemeroid will strike someone in the bum this year.

Anonymous said...

a Hemoroid is a kind of Ass-teroid

Anonymous said...

"Prophets" will often times be quite vague in their prediction, then when something occurs, they "shoe horn" these events to fit their predictions. "See, I told you so." This was Nostrodamus' way. True believers will see his prediction in future events.
It is a sign of foolishness when WCG's get specific (within the next ten years). The hardcore true believers will die in "the faith". They have sunk too much into their belief system to give it up. Each group will continue to shrink in size as people die off. But, there will always be another group of false teachers who will have a message that appeals to some. And the beat goes on.

Joe Moeller said...

Comet Ison should be spectacular this late winter, perhaps the most brilliant comet of the last few centuries.

I predict that King, Thiel and others will make a big deal about this, and apply it to some obscure Bible verse and spin it into dire warning.

I know I will be correct about this, so at that time, I would like BANNED to name me PROPHET EMERITUS of this forum.

Joe Moeller
Cody, WY

Anonymous said...

I predict that rain will fall on the earth this year.

Anonymous said...

Got God?

I make vague palm-reader style predictions, and then look for specific events that might be useful in supporting the fulfillment of my "prediction." I then trumpet this to all the world on my humble little blog, by which I mean to imply that some deity is talking to me and feeding me information, by which you are to understand that I got some God.

You want some God?

I will be more than happy to supply you with some of my extra God, in exchange for a reasonable percentage of your income, of course. I do not try to hide the fact that I will use a portion of your fee to expand my efforts to add other revenue streams such as yourself to my stables. Eventually I hope to be able to lead an extravagant lifestyle without having to actually be employed.

Corky said...

In the 4th year of Obama's presidency, a new leader will be chosen. Behold, he will be from among the nation's most elite politicians and will be declared the worst president in American history by some people within a year of his election.

Retired Prof said...

Joe, are you sure you want "emeritus" in your title? I'm saddled with it, and it mortifies me to think about its etymology.

The "-meritus" part obviously means "merit." The "e-" prefix is the kicker. It is one spelling/pronunciation variant of "ex-", meaning "out of" or "former." The word as a whole, then, means something like "used to be worth something."

When I think about how little merit I used to have and confront this reminder that I am worth even less now, I just can't look respectable people in the eye.

Anonymous said...

Anon, why not try to get on the United Church of God's "Council of Douchebags"?

It pays well and you don't have to display much in the moral department.

Byker Bob said...

Good themesong for this post: "It Came out of the Sky" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Long lost classic, but totally relevant, and not bad ear candy, either!


Questeruk said...

Check out the official NASA Earth Close Approach list on

More than one close approach a day up to the end of March.

Could have checked it last year, or the year before - much the same story then.