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"Space" Where You Can Believe In The Impossible
New planets being discovered as Earth's solar system moves through space
Posted May 14, 2012 in
Earth's solar system
is moving! This movement through time and space is creating changes on earth's surface.
New planets, galaxy's, and solar systems
are being discovered as earth moves through space.
is going through space looking for planets, the focus of the "Kepler" Mission is to find inhabitable planets. "Kepler" has
numerous solar systems, and planets, looking for life.
In Dec. of 2011, Kepler discovered a
planet that is so similar to earth
, it is being referred to as the twin.
, released a video to help people to better understand why the earth is going through so many changes, the connection to the movement of the solar system with the Mayan calender,and what really is going to happen in the December of 2012. Many will be
moving into spiritual and rewarding higher level of consciousness
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