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12.002 Miron

 

Jakob Lorber
The natural sun, 1842
jl.nson.053,14 Miron

[NS 53.14] Therewith we have learned the essential details about this planet. Some astronomer may say: if there had ever been another planet in our solar region we would have discovered it long ago, since we discovered much smaller comets, although not visible to the naked eye. But I say: this continued non-discovery is due because it shifts too slowly for detection by astronomical instruments, on account of its immense distance and even more due to the relatively recent period of observation. Thus it comes about that this stellar body is still being viewed as a fixed star, and that of insignificant magnitude, hence not yet recognised as a planet. Was it not a similar case with the nearer planet Uranus, regarded for many thousands of years in its orbit as a fixed star and hardly worthy of consideration, due to weak instruments, and so it will be obvious to the erudite that in spite of their sharp observation, there can still be a planet whose category they have not yet been able to determine due to inadequate instruments. (Note: Only on the 23rd of September 1846, - consequently almost four years after the prophetic announcement on the 24th of October 1842 through Jakob Lorber in the available writing, - this planet was searched for, on proposal of the Paris astronomer Leverrier, by Galle in Berlin with a specially strong instrument of the Berlin observatory, discovered the same evening, and called Neptune. A greater proof of truth for a divine revelation can hardly be found, the publisher)

 

 

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