40 Billion Earth-like Planets Found in Our Milky Way

Earthshaking news_ There may be other planets like ours

 

Epic! An estimate of 40 billion planets have been found like our Earth, and that’s just within the milky way galaxy!  Holy… Um, this is much bigger news than the tone of this USA TODAY article is perpetrating. The media will sensationalize violence, sex, drugs, war, racism, etc. But, finding other Earth’s?  Yea that information is belittled…  A mere decade ago, the sentiment from NASA is that we are on the only planet with our unique characteristics and we are the only Earth. Yet, today we know for a fact that the nearest Earth-like planet is 72 trillion miles away!

72?  72 is a remarkable number found in the lore of many ancient civilizations. For example, our Earth wobbles 1 degree on its axis every 72 years. There’s a lot of math in life — a foot approximates to a measurement found in Egypt (later screwed up by big government), 72 trillion miles is significant!  I recommend reading The Synchronicity Key from David Wilcock.

72

More information about 72 (In Religions) from Wikipedia:

  • The number of languages spoken at the Tower of Babylon, according to later tradition.
  • The conventional number of scholars translating the Septuagint, according to the legendary account in the “Letter of Aristeas”.
  • The conventional number of disciples sent forth by Jesus in Luke 10 in some manuscripts (seventy in others).
  • The number of names of God, according to Kabbalah (see names of God in Judaism).
  • The Shemhamphorasch related to the number of the names of God.
  • The total number of books in the Holy Bible in the Catholic version if the Book of Lamentations is considered part of the Book of Jeremiah.
  • The current distribution of the Book of Revelation is 22 chapters, adopted since the 13th century, but the oldest known division of the text is that the Greek commentator Andrew of Cesary (6th century) in 72 chapters.
  • The number of warriors on the Muslim side at the Battle of Badr.
  • The number of people martyred along with Imam Hussain at the Battle of Karbala.
  • The number of soldiers who will fight alongside Imam Mahdi against the Dajjal, according to Islamic ahadith are 313 not 72.
  • The 72 old men of the synagogue, according to the Zohar.
  • The number of houri each Muslim martyr (or every Muslim male, according to some ahadith) shall receive as companions in Paradise.
  • The degrees of the Jacob’s ladder were to the number of 72, according to the Zohar.
  • The 72 disciples of Confucius who mastered his teachings (also given as 77).
  • Thoth, in an Egyptian creation myth, wins a 72nd of each day of the year from the Moon in a game of draughts, as a favour to Nut, the Sky Goddess. He uses these portions to make the five intercalary days on which the remaining Gods and Goddesses are born.
  • The good god Osiris was enclosed in a coffin by 72 evil disciples and accomplices of Set.
  • At the age of the puberty, the young Parsee received the investiture of the sacred cord Kucti made of 72 linens in symbol of the community.
  • In Cao Dai, the number of planets between hell and heaven.
  • In Islam, 72 is the number of sects or denominations that are doomed to Hell, according to Hadith (Sayings of prophet Muhammad).

Proof of life elsewhere?

SRS nuclear growth _biological,_ but what does it eat? | The Augusta Chronicle

Do we really need more evidence at this point… life can form spontaneously in nuclear reactors, near underwater lava ducts, pretty much anywhere. The vacuum known as space transports frozen bacteria that spews as the waste material of stars, and fertilizes the eggs (Earths) — then DNA is massaged, the info about how things grow is radiated intelligently within lightwaves. All you need is a star and an earth, and you are guaranteed life. To bad that will get hand fed to us over the next 50 years.

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