A new solar system diagram at Cowdrove Hill on June 18, 2011 suggests that some unknown object will outburst soon near Mars orbit
Cowdrove Hill of June 18, 2011 shows our inner solar system of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars for a date close to June 20, 2011, along with three images of another unknown object, perhaps a comet, which is scheduled to outburst or explode soon close to Mars orbit.
Two accompanying slides show the locations and orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars for a date of June 20, along with the positions of two known comets which are located currently near Mars orbit: namely comet C/2011 C1 McNaught or comet C/2010 X1 Elenin. A big “C-shaped” symbol on the left of Cowdrove Hill seems to tell where the unknown object will be located in space. Two other symbols along its outer ring seem to imply an outburst (semi-circle with thin dividing lines) followed by brightness (open circle on the right). These new symbols seem similar to other “outburst” symbols drawn at Sanctuary or Hackpen Hill on May 30, 2011.