LANDING ON THE PLANET MERCURY

compiled by Dee Finney

Japan Aims for First Landing on Mercury

June 14, 2004

TOKYOJapan and the European Space are planning a joint mission that would be the first to land a probe on Mercury, a space official said Wednesday.

The mission entails three probes, two that would orbit and one that would land, to map the topography and study the origins of the closest planet to the sun, said Masahiko Sawabe of Japan's education and science ministry.

"This would be the first landing," Sawabe told The Associated Press. "If successful we will collect a lot of new scientific knowledge"

Mercury has only been visited by one probe - the U.S.-launched Mariner 10, which conducted three fly-bys from 1974 to 1975. NASA is planning to launch another orbiting probe, dubbed Messenger, sometime in 2004.

Russian Soyuz rockets will launch the probes in space shots starting in 2010. The probes would reach Mercury about four years later, with one of them landing on the planet, and the other two orbiting and charting its surface for a year.

To escape the searing heat of Mercury's rocky surface, where temperatures hit 872 degrees in the day, the probe will land on the dark side of the planet during the Mercury night. Temperatures plunge to minus 361 degrees then.

Japan will build one of the orbiting satellites; the Europeans the lander and the other orbiter.

Japan embarked on its first interplanetary exploration with the 1998 launching of its Nozomi, or Hope, probe to Mars. It has been plagued by technical problems and made its final flyby of the Earth just last week. It should reach the red planet by year's end.

For the Mercury venture, Japan would chip in $115 million and Europe would contribute $513 million, Sawabe said.

The goal of the mission is to study the planet's surface and environment and try to unlock the mysteries of how the planet evolved.

 

Below is the latest news concerning the Messenger Spacecraft as issued from NASA. Information as to how to subscribe to these news releases via e-mail is listed at the end of the Status Report.

NASA News 
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration

John F. Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center, Florida 32899
AC 321 867-2468
_____________________________________________________________________
For Release: July 27, 2004

George H. Diller
Kennedy Space Center, Fla. 
(Phone: 321/867-2468)

KSC Release No. 57- 04

NASA DIRECT! TO PROVIDE LIVE COVERAGE OF MESSENGER LAUNCH

The NASA Direct! Web site is featuring two webcast events and live countdown coverage for MESSENGER, NASA's upcoming mission to unlock the secrets of Mercury the least explored planet in our Solar System. Programming begins July 29 at 2 p.m. EDT and concludes after launch, currently scheduled for August 2 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

The first NASA Direct! webcast, "MESSENGER Science and Technology," begins at 2 p.m. EDT July 29. The program will open with a welcome and introduction by Dr. Orlando Figueroa from NASA's Office of Earth Science. After an introduction by Cheryle Mako, Mission Integration Manager for NASA's Launch Services Program, MESSENGER Project Scientist Dr. Ralph McNutt will lend his expertise describing the science and technology of the exciting mission, and answering the public's questions.

On July 30 at 2 p.m. EDT, NASA Direct! will broadcast "MESSENGER Mission Overview." This informative webcast will begin with a welcome by Kennedy Space Center Director James Kennedy. Host Tiffany Nail will then introduce James Leary, MESSENGER's Mission System Specialist. Leary will answer questions about the spacecraft and explain how it was designed to survive the extreme temperatures of Mercury.  Next up will be NASA Launch Manager Chuck Dovale, who will offer an overview of the launch process and readiness of the spacecraft and launch vehicle. Programming will conclude with Delta Launch Weather officer Joel Tumbiolo, who will provide a forecast of projected local weather conditions at the time of launch.

In addition to the NASA Direct! webcasts, the KSC Web Site provides live countdown coverage from its Virtual Launch Control Center, located at http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/elvnew/mission/vlcc.htm . Coverage will feature real-time updates as milestones occur during the countdown, as well as streaming video clips of countdown events. All videos are provided in Real Video format.

MESSENGER WEB COVERAGE SCHEDULE (all times are EDT and subject to change)

L-3 Days Thursday, July 29  at 2 p.m. EDT
NASA Direct! Program: "MESSENGER Science and Technology"
http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/nasadirect/elv/messenger/event1.htm

L-2 Days Friday, July 30 at 2 p.m. EDT
NASA Direct! Program: "MESSENGER Mission Overview"
http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/nasadirect/elv/messenger/event2.htm

L-0 Days - Launch Day, Monday, August 2 at 12 a.m. EDT
Live countdown coverage
http://www.nasa.gov/messenger

Although coverage events for this mission do not begin until three days prior to launch, the Launch Services Program's MESSENGER Web site at http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/elvnew/mission/index.htm  was activated approximately two months before the anticipated launch date. KSC's Expendable Launch Vehicles site at http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/elvnew/elv.htm  serves as a starting point for coverage of other NASA ELV missions. For more information about this mission, go to NASA's MESSENGER Web site at
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/messenger/main/index.html

.For further information about the MESSENGER web events, contact Dennis Armstrong at 321/867-2468.
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MESSENGER Mission News
July 27, 2004
http://messenger.jhuapl.edu

Going, Going, Gone!

MESSENGER is now sitting atop the Boeing Delta II launch vehicle at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 17. This set of Webcam images from July 20 takes you through MESSENGER's final moments at the Astrotech Space Operations facility, where the team had been processing and testing the Mercury-bound spacecraft since March.

At upper left, with MESSENGER wrapped in two sheets of protective plastic, members of the Boeing team install a section of the "can" that protects the spacecraft and the attached, third stage of the launch vehicle during transport. Four sections are assembled around the base of the third stage; the rest of the can fits over the spacecraft in one piece. The 15-foot-tall can itself was then double
bagged for additional protection.

After the team rolled MESSENGER out the door - seen in the next three images - the spacecraft made the 22-mile trip to the launch
pad, crawling at 5 miles an hour on a four-wheeled transporter. The top protective bag around the can was removed once the spacecraft arrived at the launch pad; the other came off once the team sealed the clean room that encloses the spacecraft on top of the launch vehicle.

The launch of MESSENGER, a NASA space probe set to conduct the first scientific investigation of Mercury as it orbits the planet, will be launched aboard a Boeing Delta II Heavy expendable launch vehicle Monday, Aug. 2.  Liftoff is targeted for the opening of a 12-second launch window that begins at 2:16:11 a.m. EDT.  The mission will begin with a liftoff from Pad 17-B on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.  Should launch be postponed for any reason, the next launch time is Aug. 3 at 2:15:56 a.m. EDT.

MESSENGER's cameras and sensors will provide the first images of the entire planet and collect important information on the
composition and structure of Mercury's crust, its geologic history, the nature of its thin atmosphere and active magnetosphere, and the makeup of its core and mysterious polar materials.

The surface of Mercury reaches a high temperature near 840 degrees Fahrenheit and the solar intensity can be 11 times greater than on Earth.  Yet, the seven instruments aboard the spacecraft will operate near room temperature from behind MESSENGER's heat- resistant, ceramic-cloth sunshade while the spacecraft dips in its orbit, as low as 124 miles above the planet. 

The name MESSENGER means MErcury Surface, Space, Environment, GEochemistry and Ranging. 
           

NASA Satellite May Find Ice on Hottest Planet
Fri Jul 30, 2004 01:22 PM ET

By Broward Liston

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A satellite that heads off to Mercury, the hottest planet in the solar system, on Monday has NASA scientists buzzing because it is expected to journey there and find, of all things, ice.

The MESSENGER (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) spacecraft takes off three decades after the last time NASA took an up-close look at Mercury, where the temperature at noon is just a shade under 900 degrees F.

The $427-million mission starts with lift-off aboard a Boeing Delta 2 rocket scheduled for 2:16 a.m. EDT on Monday from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the space agency said.

If ice does exist on Mercury, it manages to stay out of the sun, inside the shadowy interior of craters at the poles of the nearly airless planet, where the temperature may not rise above minus -300 degrees F.

Radio telescopes on Earth have detected the signature of ice in those craters, scientists say, though they caution it might also be super-frozen silica or something else.

Equally intriguing is Mercury's composition. The planet is about two-thirds iron and as dense as a planet the size of Earth, although it is much smaller, scientists say. Mercury is slightly larger than the Earth's moon.

MORE EARTH-LIKE?

"Did Mercury start off more Earth-like, then lose its rocky exterior?" asked Sean Solomon of the Carnegie Institute of Washington and principal scientist for the MESSENGER mission. Both long exposure to solar winds or some giant impact might account for that, he said.

"What are the processes that contributed to the inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars) turning out so differently?" To understand that "we really have to study the most extreme of those outcomes, and that's Mercury," Solomon said.

MESSENGER will be the first satellite to visit Mercury since Mariner 10 a generation ago. It photographed about 45 percent of the planet's surface during three fly-bys in 1974 and 1975.

But Mariner was traveling too quickly to enter orbit around Mercury, where MESSENGER will spend at least a year. .

Reuters 2004. All Rights Reserved.

Mercury Attracts Researchers: NASA Launches Space Satellite to Find Unique Information

July 30, 2004

A NASA space satellite set to launch next week is dedicated to finding information about Mercury. It is Dr. Konstanin Kabin's job to predict what the man-made satellite will encounter when it arrives at the closest planet to our sun.

A researcher in the University of Alberta Department of Physics, Kabin studies in the field of numerical magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) modelling, which means he does theoretical thinking, crunches numbers, and then uses supercomputers to create 3D images of Mercury's space environment.

"Mercury is truly unique," he said. "It's relatively small, it has an unusual chemical composition, its orbit is eccentric, and it doesn't have substantial atmosphere or ionosphere. However, it does have a permanent magnetic field, the origin of which has yet to be explained."

Kabin's research colleagues at the University of Michigan used his numerical MHD model when they built a fast-imaging plasma spectrometry instrument (FIPS), which will travel aboard the NASA satellite and send information about Mercury back to Earth.

"They need to have a rough idea of what they are going to measure when they get to Mercury. I hope my model has given them a good idea of this," said Kabin, who co-authored On the space environment of Mercury, a paper published in Advances in Space Research.

All of Kabin's data on Mercury comes from information gathered by Mariner 10, a NASA-built spacecraft that did three fly-bys of Mercury in the mid-'70s. Scheduled to launch Aug. 2 of this year, MESSENGER is a NASA satellite that scientists expect will fly by Mercury three times and then begin orbiting the planet for a year in 2011. In 2007, the European Space Agency is planning to launch a satellite, Bepi Columbo, that will also explore the space environment around Mercury.

"We hope these two missions will provide us with much more accurate measurements of Mercury's composition, magnetic field, and plasma environment--we really have very little data to go on right now," Kabin said.

In particular, he is interested in the fact that Mercury, due to its proximity to the sun, is vulnerable to huge solar flares.

"On rare occasions--maybe once a year--the flares are so powerful that they collapse Mercury's magnetosphere entirely and bombard the planet with solar wind particles," he said. "Earth's magnetic field is about 100 times larger than Mercury's magnetic field, and we're much farther from the sun, so when we study Mercury we should be able to see magnetic field configurations that we could never see on Earth."

Kabin believes that gathering information about Mercury's space environment may provide valuable insights into Earth's space environment and improve our understanding of such things as magnetic storms, power grid fluctuations and northern lights.

He added that, for most scientists, the fundamental motivation in studying Mercury is to get a better idea of its chemical composition, which may provide answers to several critical questions about the formation and evolution of terrestrial planets.

"Essentially, we need more data to explain why Mercury formed close to the sun while gas giants such as Jupiter and Saturn formed far away from the sun, with Earth somewhere in between," he said. "This should help us to get a better understanding of the initial composition of the early solar system and how Earth-type planets--where life may exist--may be formed around other stars."

The NASA MESSENGER website: http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/elvnew/messenger/

Source: University of Alberta

 
 
Rare Transit of Sun by Venus - Predictions of What is to Come
... When Mercury transits the face of the Sun, he appears as a black dot moving across
the Solar orb ... two comets See: http://www.greatdreams.com/lostland/pole2.htm...
www.greatdreams.com/venus.htm

Sylvester the Cat and Speedy Gonzales - May 5, 2003
... This intensive essay can be found at http://www.greatdreams.com/eclipse.htm. ... [Planet
Positions on 5 May 2000] On May 5, 2000 the planets Mercury, Venus, Earth ...
www.greatdreams.com/sylvester.htm

KNITTING A STORY - THE NUMBER 26 - THE MAYAN CONNECTION
... White Dog". The Dog glyph relates to the planet Mercury (Thoth, Horus)
and the Dog glyph carries the "power of Heart". ..
www.greatdreams.com/26.htm

FREQUENCIES OF THE ORGANS OF THE BODY AND PLANETS
... 140.25, Pluto: power, crisis & changes, 141.27, Mercury: intellectuality, mobility, ... ..
do our dream research and our website GreatDreams.com was born. ... ...
www.greatdreams.com/hertz.htm


THE MOST SYNCHRONISTIC DAY OF THE MILLENNIUM - 11 AUGUST 1999
... Mercury in Lion. - Neptune in Human. - Jupiter in Ox. ... Mercury in Lion (Mercury
in Leo at 2 deg 21 min at end of lower tau on 27 July 99). - Mars in Eagle. ...
www.greatdreams.com/222.htm

LIFE BEFORE AND AFTER - A VISION
... Sulphur, similarly, is actually salt, sulphur, and mercury with sulphur predominating. ... From: http://www.greatdreams.com/alchemy.htm
www.greatdreams.com/life.htm

The Pleiades and the Seventh Ray on the Seventh Day
... The ratchet, or Mercury spiral in the Barbury Castle formation may also indicate a cycle of ... The URL of this page is: http://www.greatdreams.com/sisters.htm

THE CODE OF CARL MUNCK, AND ANCIENT GEMATRIAN NUMBERS - PART SEVEN
... are "problems" with figures in this table, such as the figures given for Venus, Mercury, and the ... 
www.greatdreams.com/gem7.htm

The Tree of Life Crop Circle Formation
... are on the third row from the bottom, Hod and Netzach (or, as stated above, Mercury and Venus ..
www.greatdreams.com/treeol.htm

STRING OF PEARLS COMETS
... Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars Asteroids Jupiter 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... FROM: http://www.greatdreams.com/1998ox4.htm - GETTING READY FOR IMPACT. ... www.greatdreams.com/lostland/string-pearls.htm

REVELATION OF THE TRUE SATAN
... Thomas, while he calls the prototypes of Michael and his synonyms, such as Mercury, for example, devils. GOD AND DEVIL, BOTH METATRONS. ...
www.greatdreams.com/revblack.htm

THE BLACK SUN
... Above Jupiter are MARS, SATURN, VENUS and MERCURY, in that order, sitting in TAURUS THE BULL. ... http://www.greatdreams.com/crop/mexsun.gif  (Tablet 988). ...
www.greatdreams.com/solar/black-sun.htm

PRINCE WILLIAM GROWS UP - WHAT IS TO COME FOR HIM?
... Mercury also Trines Mars in his chart, which further enhances his verbal and ... http://www.greatdreams.com/princess.htm
Princess Diana - the aftermath dream and ...
www.greatdreams.com/royalty/prince-william.htm

POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS NEAR EARTH OBJECTS COMING TO YOUR ...
... The planets are, counting from the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars (to the left), the giant planet Jupiter (to the right) and Saturn (top left, back cover). ...
www.greatdreams.com/near.htm

COMETS COMING
... C10: Q67 A very mighty trembling in the month of May, Saturn in Capricorn, Jupiter and Mercury in Taurus: Venus also, Cancer, Mars in Virgo, Hail will fall ...
www.greatdreams.com/comets-incoming.htm


REVELATION - THE EIGHTH GATE AND THE BOWLS OF PLAGUE
... ALSO SEE: http://www.greatdreams.com/chems.htm. ... There were four silver dollars in it, the upper right one was 'Mercury' with wings. (Numismatic Links). ...
www.greatdreams.com/sacred/eighth-gate.htm


DREAMS OF THE BULL, BISON, BUFFALO - THE CREATION, DEATH ...
... Nebo, the Babylonian Mercury, rescued Marduk from the underworld. Mme Blavatsky speaks of the 'Trinity in Chaos,' out of which springs the manifested trinity. ...
www.greatdreams.com/bison.htm

THE 7 RISHIS - AULD LANG SYNE
... I. Will or Power, Aries, the Ram Leo, the Lion Capricorn, the Goat, Mars Sun Saturn, Mercury Sun Saturn. II. ... These transmit energy via: Saturn Mercury Uranus. ...
www.greatdreams.com/sacred/rishis.htm

INCOMING ASTEROIDS AND OTHER PLANETARY OBJECTS
... On Jan. 29th, it will be 0.19 AU from our star--even closer than Mercury! ... (See: http://www.greatdreams.com/godway.htm  THE WAY GOD CREATES). ...
www.greatdreams.com/1950DA.htm

The 7 Sisters of the Pleiades - THE BIG DIPPER
... 4/29 (Sat)--4/30 (Sun): Mercury enters Taurus, followed by Venus, to join the four planets already in Taurus and form a stellium. . ... Mercury square Neptune. ...
www.greatdreams.com/pleiades/7sisters.htm


Constellation Eridanus -Is it connected to Eridu - the first city ...
... spacecraft (Skylab) and from the Mariner 10 spacecraft that was on its way to Venus and Mercury... ... NOTE: See this page: http://www.greatdreams.com/dogstar.htm . ...
www.greatdreams.com/eridanus.htm

NEW OBJECT SEEN IN SKY
 ... . Positions on 5 May 2000] On May 5, 2000 the planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars ... www.greatdreams.com/sylvester.htm. T ...
www.greatdreams.com/sky-object.htm


ALDEBARON - THE BULL'S EYE
... If placed at the position of the Sun, Aldebaran would extend halfway to the planet Mercury and would appear 20 degrees ... http://www.greatdreams.com/gem1.htm. ...
www.greatdreams.com/constellations/aldebaran.htm


ET - THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL - THE MOVIE - REVIEW AND ANALYSIS
... There are "problems" with figures in this table, such as the figures given for Venus, Mercury, and the sun, but ... See: http://www.greatdreams.com/southfld.htm

. ... www.greatdreams.com/ufos/etmovie.htm


THE NUMBERS OF GOD
... 7 2000 there will be an alignment in the heavens which the ancient Jews felt represented the Menorah (candlestick) in the heavens Venus...Mercury...Sun...Moon ...
www.greatdreams.com/nmbrsgod.htm


Nostradamus...
... The key quatrain relating to your writings is C4, Q29: "The hidden Sun eclipsed by Mercury will be placed only second in the heavens. ...
www.greatdreams.com/nostra2.htm


MARS LINKS - DATABASE OF MARS INFORMATION
... This intensive essay can be found at http://www.greatdreams.com/eclipse.htm ... on 5 May 2000] On May 5, 2000 the planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter. ...
www.greatdreams.com/mars/mars-links.htm


IO/ISIS
... To free Io, Jupiter sent his son Mercury to sing and tell boring stories to make Argus sleep with all his eyes. Mercury told so ...
www.greatdreams.com/io.htm


THE RIDDLE OF THE STARS
... Wonderful and terrible. FROM; http://www.aspsky.org/mercury/ezine/zine30_02/zine30_02.html

. ... ALSO  SEE: http://www.greatdreams.com/chems.htm

 ... ... www.greatdreams.com/riddle-stars.htm

THE THREE PHASES OF THE SUN (SON)
... character. Mercury, mars, venus, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, and pluto help to "fill in" the specific details of character. ...
www.greatdreams.com/solar/phases.htm


MARRIAGE OF THE SUN AND MOON - ECLIPSES - JUNE, 2002
... In addition to Saturn, on the 9th Venus and Mars will oppose Pluto and Sun/Mercury are in Gemini creating more pressure and energy on an already powerful aspect ...
www.greatdreams.com/marriage_of_sun_and_moon.htm

THE GRAND CROSS OF AUGUST 17-18, 1999
... Leo. The Sun, Mercury,Venus, the asteroid Ceres and the North Node of the Moon occupy the sign of self-conscious identity. 
www.greatdreams.com/grand.htm


Impossible to nudge earth into different orbit!
... from the sun. Thus it is shown why Mercury is so close to the sun and Neptune so far away as to be out of sight. Apparently, I cannot ...
www.greatdreams.com/earth_orbit.htm


The Great Shift 2001
... http://www.greatdreams.com/streams.htm. ... A perfect Star of David is formed. The descending triangle includes Saturn, Uranus, and Mercury on the IC. ...
www.greatdreams.com/Shift_2001.htm

SUN AND PLANET ALIGNMENT - 5-5-2000
... HEADING DIRECTLY AWAY FROM THE EARTH IN A STRAIGHT LINE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SUN WILL BE MERCURY, MARS, JUPITER AND SATURN, EVEN THE MOON AND PLUTO HAVE A ...
www.greatdreams.com/552000.htm

11:11 - POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE?
... almost exactly the same as the 11:11 am eclipse ... and Mercury are all retrograde, meaning ...
www.greatdreams.com/11-11-positive-negative.htm

THE VAULT OF HEAVEN - THE 28TH PATH
... http://www.greatdreams.com/treeol.htm. Tree with creation/evolution. Tree with paths numbered. ... He is also Mercury, the messenger god of the Roman pantheon. ...
www.greatdreams.com/tarot/28th_path.htm

PROPHECIES ABOUT THE NEW MILLENIUM
... 2000-MAY-5: RW No one has written a book "5/5/2000 - Ice, the Ultimate Disaster," in which he predicts that the first alignment of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars ...
www.greatdreams.com/proph.htm

POLE SHIFT - CATACLYSMS
... Stars are plotted to magnitude 6.8. Sky & Telescope diagram. It will pass well inside the orbit of Mercury and may brighten considerably. ...
www.greatdreams.com/lostland/pole2.htm

THE GRAND AGES AND THE COMING OF AQUARIUS
... 2. =. 768. 3. Venus. 384. x. 3. =. 1152. 4. Mercury. 384. x. 4. =. 1536. 5. Mars. 384. x. 8. =. 3072. ... 29. The hidden sun eclipsed by Mercury will be placed only second in the heavens. ...
www.greatdreams.com/ages.htm

THE SHOW IS OVER - AUG. 11, 1999 - LATE BREAKING NEWS
... June 28th Full Moon; July 13th new Moon; July 28th New Moon/Eclipse wit grand junction; August 1st Lughnasad ritual; August 5th height of Mercury stationary in ...
www.greatdreams.com/show11.htm

PROPHECY OF NEW YORK CITY NUCLEAR BOMB TERRORIST ATTACK
... What is even more outrageous is that Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Mercury are all retrograde, meaning that to us, their apparent motion runs backwards ...
www.greatdreams.com/nycnuk~1.htm

Baffling Lunar Illusion
... The Moon presents a curious problem. Of the terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) only Earth and Mars have satellites. ...
www.greatdreams.com/moon/moon_illusion.htm


ECLIPSE EXPERIENCES ON 8-11-99
... On the 24th Venus squares Mars at 10:22 am PDT, Mercury squares Saturn at 1:55 pm PDT and Jupiter goes retrograde at 7:37 pm PDT (until December 20th). ...
www.greatdreams.com/hudon.htm


PERSONAL AND SPECIAL UFO REPORTS
... WHEN NIGHTMARES COME TRUE - HUMAN CLONING. When Victor Hugo Spoke to Aliens from Mercury, Jupiter, and the Stars. WHO ARE THE DRACONIANS? WHO ARE THE DRACONIANS? ...
www.greatdreams.com/uforprts.htm

THE ELECTION - 2000 - DREAMS AND VISIONS
... the November 7 US Presidential election, which takes place under the aegis of the Sun-Uranus square, the Jupiter-Pluto opposition and Mercury's direct station ...
www.greatdreams.com/elec2000.htm


THE HOLLOW EARTH
... Stop Press. Foreword by: Dr M. Gohnert. A Feasibility study of possible hollow worlds. Could the planets Mercury, Venus and Earth be hollow? ...
www.greatdreams.com/hollow.htm

FUTURE PLANETARY ALIGNMENT
... months with its closest approach to Regulus in late August, along with a special grouping of the Sun, Mercury and Venus. ... www.greatdreams.com/alignment.htm

THE SACRED BIRDS
... Such also is the sphere of Mercury, such is the sphere of Venus, such is the sphere of Mars, also of Jupiter, also of Saturn; yes, and of Uranus too --
www.greatdreams.com/alex/sacred-birds.htm

DEE DREAMS AND VISIONS - JANUARY, 1998
... the day. He held his hand low and parallel to the ground and moved it forward. Then I saw the words, "SUN, MERCURY, PLUTO". 1-25 ...
www.greatdreams.com/jan98.htm

 

DREAMS OF THE GREAT EARTHCHANGES - MAIN INDEX