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THE SOLAR SYSTEM


 

    Before the end of the world can occur, the Hebrew prophets told us that all knowledge must be revealed. This includes the revelation of the correct number of planets in our solar system. It wasn't very long ago that only six planets could be seen in the sky. The seventh planet, Uranus, was discovered by William Herschel in 1781, and a dwarf planet named Ceres was discovered about 20 years later. The planet Neptune was discovered in 1846, and in 1931 Pluto was revealed. After Pluto, there was still one more planet to be discovered.

    Genesis 37:9 tells us there are eleven planets, or "stars" as the Bible calls them, in our solar system. This will someday be accepted as a true fact. In 2005, the discovery of the planet Eris, which is more massive than Pluto, and even has its own moon, was suddenly announced. But then an attack was initiated on the planet Pluto by scientists who proclaimed Pluto wasn't a planet after all. If you would like to learn more about Hebrew prophecy, and how Hebrew prophecy predicted the end from the beginning, simply click the secure book link below to purchase your book by Edward Oliver, and finally help to straighten out all the confusion about our solar system.

 

 

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