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16.003 Miron: Comets without tail

 

Jakob Lorber
The natural sun, 1842
jl.nson.065,11 Miron: Comets without tail

[NS 65.11] That their moons play a major role in their astronomy can be inferred from the fact that firstly these people, on account of their great distance from the sun, never get to see any of the other planets orbiting the sun except Uranus on rare occasions; secondly, that their entire stellar sky has besides their moons no moving cosmic body to show for itself, other than an occasional vacillating comet, which at this distance from the sun however appears without a tail and hence is quite a plain sight.

 

 

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