SWAN comet -Neptune -Aquarius meteor shower Flood

Comet SWAN next to the star that is called, “the northern tail of the Sea Monster”. To the right of that is the planet “Neptune”, god of the seas. And to the left of Neptune is the strong once-a-year meteor shower at the hand of Aquarius, the water bearer, who pours out the flood. Both the near overlap by SWAN of the star of the tail of the sea monster and the meteor shower in Aquarius happened the same day — the second month, the tenth day, which is the anniversary of when God said to enter the Ark. What does this date, SWAN, a sea monster, the god of the sea, and the constellation of the one who pours out water have in common. Water and the Flood. (A swan is an aquatic bird.)

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