Many generations believed God would return before their death, including our own. Comet ISON’s relationship to end time prophecies are like no other perceived apocalyptic time since the birth of Jesus. God is less referenced in response to space phenomenons now then in the past. This is more the cause of science theories and technology and our own understanding of the elements on and around our planet.
The Bible is the most commonly used book when discussing apocalyptic events, due to the clear clues in recognizing the end of the world. So, what does the Bible say about comet ISON and the destruction of the world? A lot and if you choose to believe them, fear goes hand in hand with those beliefs.
First, take note of the name of this comet, I SON. Jesus called himself the Son of God in the New Testament Bible many times. The name ISON came from the site it was discovered, a Russian space viewing facility called the International Scientific Optical Network. If taken at face value, this would seem more of a coincidence then divine intervention. When combined with scripture and other space phenomenons, it becomes more like prophecy at work.
Now, let’s get to the real scary stuff. On November the 3rd, the Moon partially eclipsed the sun at the feet of the star constellation Virgo, and ISON was at its head. Which in ways correlates with Revelation 12, “Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a garland of twelve stars. Then being with child, she cried out in labor and in pain to give birth.” ISON is making its way past Virgo and will be exiting her womb November 17th.
Revelation 12, ISON Virgo Prophecy
This event is quickly mentioned in Matthew 24 verse 27 in a cryptic sort of way, “For as the lightning comes from the east and flashes to the west, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.” It’s like the words we use to describe these recent events clearly correlates with words written in the Bible. The eastern part of the world saw a short-lived eclipse, the western part of the world saw great views of the hybrid solar eclipse.