SS: this is the E2 Lovejoy comet .. it was discovered in Indus .. now we will see who really is the archer tonight .. in 2007 i waa already fighting the penguin church .. this is secret order astro-magian science that i have discover and develop myself. the second starmap above is one of the original starmaps i made in 2007 when we were fighting this penguin church you can see the penguin church was already doing what Kirkjubaejarklaustur penguins do in 2007 .. my arrows fly so true i will shoot them before even start your fight against me. as the priestess holmes* comet outburst i had already fighting penguin church .

SS: of the bird dung farms .. in the above starmap the two constellations behind the indian is Tucana and Grus .. e2 Lovejoy is the ballestas island bird dung farm islands of peru which happen before holmes* priestess birth which happen about six months in oct 2007 .. so before the holmes* priestess was born this arrow was shot on it’s way to fight penguin church which we now see the arrow has arrived as w3 Lovejoy .

NEW COMET LOVEJOY: On March 15th, Terry Lovejoy of Thornlands, Australia, discovered a new comet (C/2007 E2) in the southern constellation Indus. Remarkably, to make the find he used not a telescope but just a camera–a Canon 350D. At Lovejoy’s request, John Drummund of Gisborne, New Zealand, confirmed the comet with this photo taken through a 0.41-m reflector: The new comet is green, 9th-magnitude, and located approximately at right ascension 20h 42m 55s, declination -50o 43′ 14″ (ref: International Astronomical Union Circular 8819). A detailed ephemeris is not yet available, so it is impossible to say how bright Comet Lovejoy will become–or even which way it will go. Stay tuned for updates.

UPDATE: After four days of tracking, Comet Lovejoy’s trajectory is known. The orbit is cockeyed, almost perpendicular to the rest of the solar system. At the moment the comet is swooping up from below, moving from southern to northern skies. At closest approach to Earth (0.44 AU) in late April, Comet Lovejoy is expected to brighten to 7th magnitude, still not a naked-eye comet but easy to see through small telescopes.

The Art of Archery — For centuries the bow and arrow was “the chief weapon of the fighting man of japan”. The method of training widely adopted by the warriors their offspring being presented with bamboo grass horses and a bow in childhood . Kyujutsu was actually considered ” an essential branch of education the habit of shooting from horseback while in swft motion so as to deliver an arrow accurately in any direction was diligently cultivated” .

SS: if the object passes the ecliptic it is going to alignment with the moon .. this is a thorn for the penguin church .. anytime we see the moon and the star it is the secret order silver star . . it is the astral light . and it E2 lovejoy has has risen from indus and in alignment with the moon entering the northern triangle next to altair of aquila the eagle and even to the polestar vega .

SS: as can see i have already achieved the vega thuban polestars astral connection . this one occurred just before the holmes* outburst in october of 2007 .. so i was already began to fight the penguin church as the priestess was about to be born .

COMET LOVEJOY: Last night, Dennis Simmons of Brisbane, Australia, tried to photograph asteroid 2007 GU1 as it zipped past Earth, but finding the space rock too faint, he turned his attention to Comet Lovejoy (C/2007 E2). “I decided to grab some images as a consolation prize,” he says. The result is this 2-hour movie: “Watching the fuzzy nucleus glide so eerily, effortlessly and silently past the fixed pattern of stars was quite mesmerizing, ” he says. “Soon, two hours had been swallowed up by the night as dawn rushed in with birdsong and twilight bursting all around.” Comet Lovejoy is too faint to see with the unaided eye, but at 8th magnitude it is an easy target for backyard telescopes. Look for it in the constellation Aquila before dawn–just to the left of Jupiter. [sky map] [ephemeris]

GREEN COMET: Comet Lovejoy is not quite bright enough to see with the unaided eye, but the sea-green comet is a lovely sight through backyard telescopes. Using a 6-inch refractor, John Chumack took this picture last night: “Several little galaxies are visible in the background,” notes Chumack. “Look below the comet’s tail.” Lovejoy is gliding through the constellation Draco, high in the northern sky after sunset. A great night to find it is May 14th when the comet passes right by the 2nd magnitude star eta Draconis. The star will guide you to the comet.