ASTEROID 2012DA14 WAS CLOSER THAN OUR SATELLITES
But a meteor the same day wounded over 1,200 in Russia. (2/19/2013)
On February 15, 2013, Asteroid 2012DA14 made a record close pass to earth, coming within 17,200 of striking our planet. But we knew it was coming from the south for a year. What we didn't know was that Russia would get hit the same day from the north by a meteor blast that was the equivalent of a 500 kiloton atomic bomb. Asteroid 2012DA14 passed inside the orbit of our geosynchronous satellites. Had its course been altered just a bit (by, for instance, hitting the meteor that hit Russia) it would have hit with the strength of a 3+ megaton hydrogen bomb, enough force to wipe out a major city. On the matrix below the axis term is ASTEROID. Its name, 2012DA14, is shown at skip -2. The date of the closest approach fits for the Americas. It passed at 2:16 pm Eastern Time. But for London where Universal Time applies, sunset is at 5:15 pm and on the Hebrew calendar it was already 6 Adar. However the 5 Adar date for the 10,000-ton meteor definitely applies to the explosion over Chelyabinsk (see video HERE). The meteor wounded over 1,200 people via blown out glass; and produced over $30,000,000 of damage, harming about 100,000 homes. As for the asteroid that did not hit, for areas that could view the larger (130,000 ton) asteroid after dark, it was rated to have the faint light of a magnitude 7 star. The number SEVEN in the open text goes right through ASTEROID. Also in the open text is LIKE THE STARS OF HEAVEN.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here ASTEROID, but only at its only 74th lowest skip in Torah. Before a correction taken at the end of the calculation to account for ELS the name of the asteroid, 2012DA14, appears against odds of about 298 to 1. The number SEVEN (equaling the magnitude of the asteroid's brightness) is in the open text. I just sought the frequency of the easier to find 3-letter version of the number. The number is present against odds of about 3 to 1. On asteroid matrices I always seek the open text phrase LIKE THE STARS OF HEAVEN. It's here against odds of about 149 to 1. Finally, the date 5 ADAR is present at skip +1 (best case scenario) against odds of about 298 to 1. Using these combined figures, the full matrix appeared odds of about 516,281 to 1. However if I use either 5 Adar or 6 Adar for the Hebrew day and month of the passage, the extra 2 hits for 6 Adar at skip +1 alters the final odds to 310,115 to 1. This is the more honest figure because the scientifically published time of passage (19:15) is based on Universal Time (from London) when it is after sunset and into the next Hebrew day.