ISON & SUN approaching and disintegration by Alberto Cardin on January 5, 2014 at 2:47pm

Look at it fragment! From one day to the next! You saw it HERE first, by our master photographer, Albero!

And here, just below, is an animation of photos taken on 12/2 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, as the turning of the globe gives a different perspective. ISON has fragmented, and will dissipate as is the case in these instances.

This was a question on the Q&A for this week. The Zetas predicted ISON will not make it past the Sun, and there are reports from Hubble and some astronomers that they see this potential too. Alberto's photo, with a particularly dark screen to push out Planet X elements, shows ISON now with more than one head, the head fragmenting! Here's what the Zetas predicted just yesterday when I wrote the new ZT:

Wild speculation and lies about Comet ISON are increasing. Is there a chance the Council of Worlds will authorize interference with Comet ISON in order to end yet another Planet X/Nibiru related disinformation campaign?
[and from another]
On Nov, 28th, Thanksgiving Day in the USA, it will fly through the sun's atmosphere little more than a million kilometers above the surface of the sun. At closest approach, the temperature of ISON's core could rise as high as 5000o Fahrenheit--an existential challenge for an icy comet. No one knows if it will survive.
[and from another]
[and from another]
Comet ISON has undergone a new spate of activity as it draws ever closer to the Sun, including wing-like features that typically coincide with some fragmentation of the nucleus.
[and from another]
It's starting to increasingly look like Comet ISON, which at one time was viewed as potentially one of the most spectacular comets of the last hundred years (see last article), may not even survive long enough to make its' rendevous with the Sun on November 28th of this year. There had always been a concern among astronomers and cometary experts that this might happen, since Comet ISON will be coming so close to the Sun, but there had been cautious optimism that the cosmic visitor might survive its' encounter with the sun and provide us with an impressive show in the sky. ISON is expected to pass (about 730,000 miles, slightly less than the diameter of the Sun itself). However, evidence has begun to surface in the last few days that this might not be so. According to Ignacio Ferrin, an astrophysicist at the University of Antiquia in Medlin, Columbia, light signatures from ISON, which has just passed the orbit of Mars, indicate that it may be about to break up. According to Ferrin, comets generally get brighter and more luminous the closer they get to the sun. However, the light curve for ISON slowed down and remained nearly constant in its' brightness, even as the comet got closer to the sun. According to Ferrin, this behavior is similar to that of four other comets that have broken up before reaching perihelion.

That ISON is already fragmenting has already been officially acknowledged.
Elenin was assisted in its breakup
but ISON did not need assistance. Its multiple tails showed that the composition of ISON was such that voluminous outgassing was occurring even at a far reach from the Sun’s heat. The breakup of Elenin was considered necessary
by the Council of Worlds to embarrass the cover-up over the presence of Nibiru, aka Planet X. Though the same crowd is now backing all the hype about ISON, the much touted passage by the Sun will result in a dramatic fizzle just ahead of the announcement about the presence of Nibiru. The timing is such that it will be fireworks, a dramatic display during the death of the cover-up. A strong contrast between the truth and the lies that have been promulgated.

Prior ZT:
Comet ISON is just another dirty snowball, just another comet, so why the hype? Comet Elenin was to be used as a distraction for the Earth changes when the cover-up over the presence of Nibiru, aka Planet X, was alive and well in 2011. Once again we have a distraction with Comet ISON, with all manner of claims about its potential impact on the Earth. ISON is Nibiru, is the cry. Why, when the admission that Nibiru is real and in the inner solar system for years is about to occur, is anyone pushing the ISON disinformation? There are those who hope the announcement does not occur, so once again a comet is the excuse.

Prior ZT:
The Rule of Non-Interference is not obvious to man. A schoolhouse where incarnated souls are allowed to make mistakes and learn from them, the full consequences of even the mistakes of others being allowed to play out, seems contrary to the image of a benign Council of Worlds. While maintaining the Element of Doubt, this occasional interference means bad luck for the cover-up and good luck, on occasion, for those of good heart, the Service-to-Other humans struggling with the cover-up.

Prior ZT:
But suddenly things changed! Tiny Elenin, nothing more than ice and dust, was not venting steam into a brilliant tail but instead steam explosions were pushing the snowball apart, disintegrating. Although it is quite common for comets to disintegrate when they draw near the Sun, Elenin was assisted in this regard. The Council of Worlds allowed an interference to put an end to the campaign, which was considered a direct assault on the people of Earth and their right to be informed and to take steps to save themselves and their loved ones during the coming passage. Increasingly, steps will be taken to expose and disarm the cover-up, with the consequences likely to be that an angry public is demanding the truth.

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 28, 2013 at 5:17pm

Now I hear that NASA on its hangout scheduled for today reports the nucleus "exploded"

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 28, 2013 at 5:05pm

Alberto provides more proof of shattering. Note two pieces for the head here on Thanksgiving Day.

And again, two pieces for the head. Remember, this is EARLY in the day for November 28, as Italy is ahead of the US by many hours.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 27, 2013 at 6:46pm

Blow by blow from Alberto! He has taken a shot with red filter, which filters FOR red and shows PX complex also. And another with just a solar filter repressing the Sun. You can see in both the many pieces the head of ISON has shattered into.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 27, 2013 at 11:19am

These news sources are dancing around the cover-up's darling ISON's death. Why don't they just come and look at Alberto's photos!!

But astronomers are reporting ominous signs, such as a peak in overall brightness, suggesting that the shrouded ball of ice and dust at the center of the comet has broken up into nothing more than a cloud of dust. Direct confirmation of ISON’s disintegration must await spacecraft observations in the next few days.

What's the  matter with these sites, like Here's their report early Wednesday morning 11/27. Compare to Alberto's most recent photo same date in Italy which shows the head in little pieces!

COMET ISON, SO FAR SO GOOD: Comet ISON is hurtling toward the sun today at 148,000 mph and, despite the rising heat, the comet appears to be intact. Yesterday, reports of fading spectral lines from the comet's core raised concerns that the icy nucleus might be disintegrating. Current images from NASA and ESA spacecraft, however, show the comet still going strong.

Comment by Howard on November 27, 2013 at 4:19am

Astronomers using the IRAM millimeter telescope in Spain are reporting a sharp change in Comet ISON.

"We observe consistent, rapid fading of the molecular emission lines between Nov. 21 and Nov. 25 by at least a factor of 20. This may indicate that the nucleus is now at best marginally active or that... it no longer exists," says Michal Drahus of Caltech. 


Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 25, 2013 at 4:46pm

More from Alberto. Here's the video.

It is definitely in pieces! The head is shattering.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 25, 2013 at 3:32pm

The word "shatter" is starting to be used more frequently! You heard it first on the Pole Shift ning, however, and from the Zetas!

Will icy comet survive close encounter with sun?

The sun-grazing Comet ISON, now thought to be less than a mile wide, will either fry and shatter, victim of the sun's incredible power, or endure and quite possibly put on one fabulous celestial show. Talk about an astronomical cliffhanger. Even the smartest scientists are reluctant to lay odds.

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