Comet ISON's death and resurrection
Nov 30, 2013
Comet ISON has been of interest to us for the past year, on account of its name indicated the SONS of God. Ron tells me that the name ISON is actually derived from JOSEPH. It has now finally flown around the son, and the astronomers are speaking of it in terms of death and resurrection.
COMET ISON LIVES: Cancel the funeral. Comet ISON is back from the dead. On Nov. 28th, Comet ISON flew through the sun's atmosphere and appeared to disintegrate before the cameras of several NASA and ESA spacecraft. This prompted reports of the comet's demise. Hours later the comet revived, sprouted two tails and rapidly brightened. It is now receding from the sun with a fair chance of becoming a photographic object in the morning sky as early as Dec. 2nd or 3rd. A new coronagraph movie from SOHO documents the flyby (updated Nov. 30 @ 00:09 UT):
Before the flyby, experts had made many predictions about what might happen to the comet, ranging from utter disintegration to glorious survival. No one predicted both.
In one of the links on this site, we read this:
Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) captured by the SOHO spacecraft as it dives into the sun's corona and in a dramatic action a fraction of the icy body returns from the hell the next day (Nov 27-30, 2013). I edited this stunning sequence of images released by SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory), leveled, enlarged and sharpened them for full HD viewing. Enjoy!
Perhaps they should have read Acts 2:27, where Peter says in his Pentecostal sermon, "Thou wilt not abandon my soul to Hades ("hell"), not allow Thy Holy One to undergo decay."
This sounds like the "Sign of the Son of Man" to me.