Friday, September 14, 2018

"It Looked Like Armageddon"


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A lot of readers asked my opinion of the Sunspot observatory closing. Truth be told it was tough to comment on since there was so little information to actually comment about. And as we do around here, I was looking for the tendrils leading to a bigger beast.
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And on Thursday it all got thrown into perspective, at least for me.




Note juxtaposition
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In case you haven't heard, there were around a hundred gas explosions in a Massachusetts city called Lawrence, which is on the border with New Hampshire. I'm hearing conflicting reports but there were anywhere from 40 to 70 homes destroyed in the disaster, ostensibly caused by a buildup of pressure in the lines. 
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The pipeline owner, Columbia Gas, was on scene today for maintenance work so the question becomes was there an accident or where they out there because something was already wrong?
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I'll tell you my madcap theory. But first, let's double back....
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So everyone has a theory on what caused the closing--which came about due to a military operation, incidentally-- and all of them are equally meaningless. Why? Because the people on the ground haven't a clue what's going on, including the astronomers themselves. ..
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And certainly not the sheriff:
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Otero County Sheriff Benny House said the Otero County Sheriff’s Office was asked to standby. “The FBI is refusing to tell us what’s going on,” House said. “We’ve got people up there (at Sunspot) that requested us to standby while they evacuate it. Nobody would really elaborate on any of the circumstances as to why. The FBI were up there. What their purpose was nobody will say.” 
. He said he has a lot of unanswered question about what occurred at Sunspot. “But for the FBI to get involved that quick and be so secretive about it, there was a lot of stuff going on up there,” House said. “There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers but nobody would tell us anything." -Almagordo News  .

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Of course my antennae went up when Mockingbirds started tossing UFOs around and so-called "alien conspiracy theories" that no one except a tiny fringe were actually putting out there.
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It's 130 miles away from Roswell, genius..

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What was not as widely reported however were that a number of other installations went offline at the same time, in locations all over the world. 
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So maybe it's not just those rascally Russkies filching bandwidth off our glorious neoliberal telescopes. Maybe it's something else. 
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I don't know, you don't know, the people who actually work there don't know..
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Then this comes out today. Which speaks for itself. No one knows or no one's saying anything..
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But the timing is fascinating. The day after the Sunspot facility was seized we got a warning that a solar wind was on its way and could cause disruption of electronics and such down here. .
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ETA? September 11th.
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And then we hear California is concerned enough about coronal ejections and the like to order a study on the subject, seeing as how their tech-dominated economy has pretty much the entire cookie jar to lose if a new Carrington Event comes our way.
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Incidentally, not only are we overdue for "the Big One," we're apparently overdue for a new Carrington as well. Awesome.
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The tabloid press --especially in the UK-- pissed their pants about the solar storm, but that's just business as usual for those cynical bastards.
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But the Grid didn't go down and civilization didn't collapse and Krakens weren't released and on and on and et cetera, but what if something actually did happen?
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Something that we should all get down on our hands and knees to pray to all the angels in Heaven or Las Vegas that is not in fact a sneak preview of things to come. 
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People from outside the area probably have no idea what a geological wonderland northern New England is. New Hampshire isn't called the "Granite State" for nothing. It's why a lot of folks think all the orbs jetting around the skies up there are in fact "earth lights." ..
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If nothing else, there's the whole deal with mica and entities and the rest of it. It's been a while since I read The Eighth Tower, so I'm just spitballing here.
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Now, I know less than absolute diddleyfuck about solar storms but I can tell that the center of the aurora extent --whatever that means-- went straight across the New Hampshire-Massachusetts border.
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I don't know how that translates into the amount of solar radiation the Granite State was bathed in, but that's sure an interesting coincidence to my untutored eyes. Given the timing and all.
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And of course this coincides with Florence, which hopefully won't be quite the perfect storm the news media so desperately wants it to be. 
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But let's just Hampy got hit with some potent sunbursts. That in turn excited the mica and the granite and that then put an inordinate amount of pressure on the gaslines and next thing you know it's a fucking horror show.
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Any of my science-type readers can chime in anytime they like in case I'm just talking foolishness here. I mean, it makes sense to me but you could fit everything I know about the subject in a thimble and have plenty of room left over.
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But I do know syncs. Yes, I do..
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And so after a week of irritating you all to the point of self-harm with my insane rantings about Apollo and garlands and Sibyls and she-who-shall-not-be-named, I would like to point out that this international headline story happened in a city that IS LITERALLY MOTHER-EFFIN' NAMED after garlands evergreen, chaplets and wreaths. 
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Plus, Apollo..
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Plus, Dante
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Bonus sync: the original Lawrence, Laurentum, is smack dab next to an Infernitto, speaking of Dante and Florence and the rest of it. Plus, more garlands. I don't have to explain the rest, I'm sure.
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This is really starting to get to be a pattern.....
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Here's another synch for you. Carolina, Lawrence. 
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Dolphins.
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Caroline, not Carolyn.
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Plus, David's son. Guy has an wicked pissa Boston accent, by the way.
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More cetacean-garland synchery. Whales' Tails, if you prefer.
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Speaking of geology, Lawrence is literally right down the road from America's Stonehenge. Which has some lovely alpacas, I might add.

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Gosh, things sure have gotten kind of interesting in the past, oh, eleven days, don't you think?
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What's that all about?
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I guess we'll never know.
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  2. This looked liked Armageddon on a Greek beach and what's written on the side of the boat?-)
    Dolphin.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-14/greek-cliff-collapses-on-popular-beach-injuring-seven/10249010

    A section of a cliff has fallen onto a popular beach on the western Greek island of Zakynthos, capsizing boats and injuring seven people, authorities said.
    Witnesses said a large rock fell from a cliff into the sea at Navagio, known as Shipwreck Beach, creating a large wave that capsized small boats, local media reported.

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  3. There was fire and brimstone earlier, and now there will be thunder and floods. I think pestilence is due next. Perhaps this swine fever will make its jump to humans or be a precursor to our next epidemic. In the doomporn rankings, I've always felt that disease would be the one to get us first.

    https://www.agweb.com/article/breaking-belguim-hit-by-asf-china-adds-10-regions-to-transport-ban/

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    1. Hog farmers were hit hard by Florence.

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    2. South Carolina's economy of golf courses,tourism and pig farms is certainly suffering due to epic flooding, wich will continue into next week.SC residents will now be consuming drinking water contaminated by hog factory farm runoff.Look out for illnesses in the weeks and an increase of toxic algae blooms in state waterways.

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  4. Go to UK daily mail pictures Leon first victim lots of masonic imagery.
    Florence / Lawrence /defense/offence . Florence Nightingale =wounded soldiers
    Lawrence of Arabia =deciet

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  5. Tinfoil-hat-wise, it could be that if Earth's magnetic field is grievously weakened/disrupted at the moment, that Earth is consequently more vulnerable to coronal ejections, etc. So, whereas in decades gone by they'd just tweak the electricity grid and manifest as aurora, today they could have more significant, more diverse effects. And might even coincide with Ebola outbreaks.

    Fortunately, a shill will be along soon to reassure us all that everything is perfectly normal.

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    1. Here's your usual self-selected shill.

      Actually, everything in Earth's magnetic field is perfectly normal, except that now there are people doing their own thing with electricity, which nobody was doing a few centuries before. The magnetic field is weakening and it's within normal fluctuations, but we haven't had electricity with this low level of geomagnetic field before, because we've had electricity for such a short time. So it's perfectly possible that the protection for our electricity grid is weaker than it should be, because we built it during good times.

      And for somebody so fond of tinfoil hat science, I'm surprised you haven't noted the similarities with Geostorm, the movie.

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    2. Zod: here's how you can tell that the Earth's magnetic field is *not* "grievously weakened/disrupted at the moment". Go to the sporting goods section at Wal-Mart. Buy a compass (you can get a cheap one for something like $2). Learn how to use it (which will take maybe half an hour). So long as it's still working, Earth's magnetic field is still working.

      I checked my compass; it's still pointing in the same direction as always. To be certain of the experiment, I called up an old backpacking buddy of mine who now lives out on the Great Plains, and asked him to check his. Same result. So you can rest easy. The Earth's magnetic field is fine.

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    3. For the record, across the earth there is no significant change in the magnetic field. However, whether due to something real or just more measurements, there ARE magnetic anomalies around the world. The eruption in Hawaii erupted so much magnetic material compasses THERE were spinning wildly. There is also a magnetic anomaly in the S. Atlantic/Africa area, iirc.

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    4. Anon6:29, the type of very localized magnetic anomaly you're talking about is a very normal thing, and the principle has been known for a very long time.

      Near where I grew up, there was a hill that was considered by a few to be haunted. Take a compass there, and it would swing around wildly as you walked. The effect was so extreme that occasionally, the hands on an analog watch would do the same.

      When the hill was strip-mined, they discovered a large deposit of high-grade iron ore just under the surface. I figure most local anomalies have similar explanations.

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    5. Every azimuth for land navigation requires a declination adjustment (compensation for grid vs magnetic north) based on your location. Many things would affect this equation (granite deposit), and every military or USGS map has the adjustment in the bottom right. If you are doing a 12k movement and forget your declination, you will never find your point. I have never encountered a situation or heard of a solar storm ever throwing off land nav. Watch out for dolphins along your route........

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    6. Anon9:38 Everything you said is spot on, with the exception of the last sentence. I do most of my orienteering in Appalachia. I run into a dolphin, I'm whipping out the camera, and making my fortune off the pics!

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    7. The Schumman Resonances have gone off the chart lately.Strange how the media ignores and keeps the public in the dark about 'the frequency'.

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  6. William Burroughs retired to Lawrence, Kansas. He died as a result of a heart attack on August 2, 1997 which was 132 years after the publish date of Alice in Wonderland. Aleister Crowley noted that the Kabbalistic number of the Greek word apotheosis is 645 which is 777 - 132. If you think that this is all mere coincidence then you really haven't been paying attention now have you? The words literally write themselves at this point.

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  7. Hello sunners. ChRIS check out images taken by someone in Indiana on Sept 9. Images of crafts and what looks like some celestial object on our neighbourhood block. Www.theearthplan.WordPress.com. scroll down to article "6 more observatories shut down" then go to her Facebook page. I'd love to hear your input. :):):)

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  8. Ahhh it's nice to feel vindicated especially after such a short waiting period. A few days/posts ago I commented about the shenanigans with NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory back in March 2012.

    https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2018/08/pseudoscience-friday-saints-and-shimmers.html?showComment=1535728136271#c5300729902496639022

    I remarked how unusual phenomenon preceding a massive huge Triangle c̶o̶r̶o̶n̶a̶ interdimensional gateway that opened up within the Sun on March 12th 2012.

    I suspect it wasn't so much the corona like rupture along the sun that warranted such alarm but other associated unusual phenomenon notice I didn't say extraterrestrials that prompted NASA to temporarily cut the Sunspot feeds.

    NASA looked completely foolish the last time when "their expert" was trying to rationalize away the unusual phenomenon at the sun for 72 hours prior to the March 12th 2012 massive huge Triangle c̶o̶r̶o̶n̶a̶ interdimensional gateway. I guess they learned their lesson and better to just cut the stream then try to b.s. there way through more phenomenon that clearly isn't a natural occurrence.

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  10. Chris as for you hypothesis about the granite being interacted with via the corona wind i.e. radiation from the sun I believe you are absolutely correct. However, the confirmation from you inquires about the granite effecting the gas mains isn't gonna come from mainstream science at least not yet. Because science isn't advanced enough to deal with such ethereal forces. I'll explain what I mean in a bit.

    However, occult lore will yield possible answers. It's known by occultists, shamans, witches, etc. that stones have various properties innate to each stone. There are unique properties to granite but it's more helpful to look at how stones & gems are prepared for magick/sorcery work. The New Age Practices of charging stones isn't new at all but goes back to antiquity. That's easily confirmed studying the occult Magnus Opus Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Henry Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim that complies esoteric/metaphysical/occult lore of the Ancient World.

    Among practitioners of the mystic arts and occult sciences it's known that stones, metals can be supercharged various ways. And one of the most common is leaving that stone or metal in the sunlight for a certain length of time that both cleanses and empowers that stone or metal. It can even be done with moonlight.

    Now at that point I can imagine the “science is the new religion” crowd are rolling their eyes, or sucking their teeth, or sighing by now if they still reading this comment. However, they shouldn't be so close-minded and I will illustrate why.

    Alchemy the precursor to modern chemistry has been classified a “pseudoscience” in modern times with it's misunderstanding of natural properties or so modern science claim. The most glaring being the pursuit of alchemical transmutation of changing one element into an different element.

    Well modern science with all their pomp dismissed transmutation of elements as fantasy but then in the very late 1890's almost turn of the twentieth century physics observed the phenomenon of radioactive decay. A phenomenon that's a natural energetic process where an unstable isotope sheds electrons to become a stable isotope and in the process becomes a different element.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_transmutation

    The Royal Science Academy in the U.K. And the scientific eggheads around the world never apologized to the alchemists they lambasted for over a century since “The Age of Enlightenment”. However, they did name the process of elements decaying becoming another element transmutation. I guess that counts as an indirect apology to alchemists.

    Now we can return back to the issue of granite and solar winds i.e. solar radiation. Being the practitioners of the mystic arts and occult sciences from ancient times to modern understand stones and precious metals can be charged by the sun, moon, and stars but science hasn't yet verified such phenomenon. I'm gonna cast my lots with the occultists, shamans, witches, etc past and present that they know what they are doing and science isn't yet refined enough to understand that phenomenon.

    Heck it was just a few months ago that science announced the discovery of an previously unrecognized organ system within the human body. Therefore, if modern science is still unaware of everything a human body is capable of but we supposed to believe they figured out the subtler properties of nature that they currently can't assess with their advanced scientific understanding.

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    1. Addendum: Alchemy is said to be the practices that's come down from a previous advanced human civilization from several ancient texts. I'm not gonna say the dreaded "Atlantis" that drives anthropologists into a fit of murderous rage.

      However, being that alchemists were so convinced that lead can be changed into gold and "modern science" now understand transmutation of elements is a natural phenomenon via radioactive decay. It makes one wonder if those accounts from antiquity about alchemy's origins from an earlier advanced civilization were indeed correct?

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    2. Why would scientists apologise to alchemists? They are the people who directly carry on the traditions of alchemists only now their knowledge and tools are several orders of magnitude improved. The idea that a rock can be "charged" with light is not shocking but pedestrian. Phosphorescent minerals are commonly used in luminous paint and led to the understanding of radioactivity.

      If you want to look in the past for the real magicians who hand an amazing intuitive understanding of the nature of materials then you look at blacksmiths. Not the followers of Hermes but the followers of Vulcan. People write epic tales about Excalibur but who cares about some old glowing compass dials.

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    3. Louis Kervan on alchemical transmutation, a modern scientist who laid down some smack on the scientists under the thumb of the Temple Banksters.

      http://www.baytallaah.com/bookspdf/165.pdf

      http://www.infinite-energy.com/iemagazine/issue34/bookreview_biotrans.html

      In theurgy .. stone is symbolon of infinity or that which is permanent in the sphere of being. Hence our ancestors were masters of stone and its being a corresponding vessel worthy of allowing the gods to show thru it. We are not masters of stone in our age, but metal, metal is fickle. Iron is evil, being "26" or the demiurge. This being is the knife of the opening of limitless into limited, or potential into being. And this results in "no other gods before me" and "do not make images, in stone or metals, of the planets/gods" .. all being the hold of IHVH, the demiurge.

      There is no greater treatise under the sun on theurgy, stone, gods, the subtle thread of water as all than ..

      Philosophy as a Rite of Rebirth. A manual to have on hand if the world ends or if it doesn't. After all ..

      Energy can neither be created nor destroyed it merely changes form.

      CLK - the game is afoot!! Good stuff.

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    4. @Anonymous 11:03 AM, your reply:

      "If you want to look in the past for the real magicians who hand an amazing intuitive understanding of the nature of materials then you look at blacksmiths. Not the followers of Hermes but the followers of Vulcan. People write epic tales about Excalibur but who cares about some old glowing compass dials."

      Is exactly the epitome of the arrogance of modern thought I am referring too. You mentioned Blacksmith whom I respect of as practitioners of an obscure profession because that's what your mind been conditioned to understand. Dense physical related matter.

      You want to dismiss Hermetic philosophy/thought for the same reasons modern science is still dismissive of alchemy due to a lack of holistic understanding about the nature of reality.

      If the Hermetic philosophers are wrong regarding teaches of the mental nature of the universe then kindly explain what's going on with the observer effect within quantum physics related to photons.

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    5. Medieval alchemy wasn't about nuclear transmutation, it was about electroplating. That should be obvious by looking at any number of objects that were alchemically transmuted and are currently exhibited in museums where they can be viewed by the public. For example, a knife on exhibit at John Dee's vitrine in the British museum. Electroplating, of course, didn't become part of official science until much later.

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    6. Maria Rigel Medieval alchemy was about electroplating you claim? I never claimed that medieval alchemists was engaging within nuclear transmutation but made it clear that transmutation of elements which was ruled as pseudoscience by fledgling science was later found to be possible via the phenomenon of nuclear transmutation. However, that info about electroplating is still fascinating.

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    7. Explain what is going on with the observer effect? Obviously you have been reading a lot of very fruity fiction. Which is not necessarily a harmful activity as part of a balanced diet.

      Some physicists deeply regret ever using that accursed word "observer" because it gives a wrong impression of a scientist having to watch for the effect to take place. You might hear a less evocative phrase like "wave function collapse" today.

      The observer effect is that something so small cannot be measured without changing it. I believe that in theory the measurement could be done with any random interaction without any "mentality" taking any note of it. The fact is that so many different sorts of crazy things could be taking place "behind the scenes". It's unlikely that what is happening absolutely has to be due to a linguistic or religious analysis of what is technically meant by an observer.

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    8. @Anonymous 2:34 PM you replied; "I believe that in theory the measurement could be done with any random interaction without any "mentality" taking any note of it."

      See that's the issue right there you have belief and can't make a definitive statement based on objective evidence. The science you claim to be an expert on is far from complete in explaining the complete nature of reality.

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    9. Don't mistake my personal understandings for the understandings of science as a whole. I don't believe that explaining the "complete nature of reality" is possible at all. I don't hear many scientists claim that it is. This is a strength of science not a weakness as systems that claim to have all the answers to these questions with even less verification are not as useful. If you want to replace science with alchemy then you don't have to prove that alchemy explains everything when science doesn't but that alchemy can keep the lights and heating on and feed the hungry.

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    10. @Anonymous 5:20 PM yeah but we already established there would be no chemistry without alchemy. As for feeding the hunger well I sure a hell don't trust Monsanto aka Mon Satan to do it.

      Oh yeah speaking of applied science corporation Monsanto they just recently lost a lawsuit where their widely used products cause horrific cancer; "
      Monsanto ordered to pay $289m as jury rules weedkiller caused man's cancer - Court finds in favor of Dewayne Johnson, first person to take Roundup maker to trial"

      https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/aug/10/monsanto-trial-cancer-dewayne-johnson-ruling

      Oh well I'm sure it's just Mon Santan's weed killer that's poison but the rest of their GMO's is just fine. I guess you really have to "f**king love science" to be willfully ignorant to their lack of knowledge of many of their own "advances" long-term effects.

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    11. The Universe is self-aware fractal-holographic Consciousness and exists regardless of anyone measuring or observing him.

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    12. I would just offer another perspective on Alchemy for everyone's consideration: that the base metal to be transmitted into gold is nothing that the alchemist is working with; rather, it's the alchemist himself.

      I think Jung was actually the first European to float the idea. He noted that a great deal of the instructions in a lot of the extant alchemical manuals made little sense as lab instructions (for instance, taking pure spring water, and distil it one hundred times; or, take mixture x, and expose it to starlight on every moonless night for a year), but seemed similar to the "spiritual formation" exercise novice Catholic monks used to go through. He also noted that many of the results of certain specific steps of the process sounded like altered psychological/spiritual states.

      I'd just add that the Arabic root for Alchemy, al-Khimmiyah, literally means to cast molten metal, but can be used in a general sense for "to shape" or "to form". I can personally attest that much of what one reads in the manuals of alchemy are very similar to the excercises I did as a new Sufi. (Though there's no doubt many alchemists focused on the practical side of the art.)

      It's still a much-studied question, how alchemy made its way from the Islamic world into Christian world: I'd suggest it could be Sufi who found themselves living under Christian government as a result of, say, the Reconquista; or of Christian scholars who had studied in the Muslim universities of Spain. And the lead-into-gold business seems like perfect camouflage. After all, everyone is going to understand, "I'm trying to make a bunch of money out of nothing", whereas, "I wish to see Allah" was going to lead you to the stake, post-haste!

      I'd also point out the little-known fact that Islam is the only one of the major world religions that accepts Hermes Trismegistus as a Prophet.

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    13. @Anonymous 8:44 PM ah yes the hypothesis from Quantum Physics that's just an reinterpretation of the first Hermetic Law of The Universe is Mental Contained within the Mind of The All. See the esoteric wisdom dismissed as fantasy keeps getting discovered by various scientific disciplines.

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    14. @Khadir yes I am familiar with Jung's take on Alchemy. I respect his work but I don't go for Alchemy was all just mental/spiritual work with no tangible applications. Because alchemists did work extensively with physical substances.

      "Alchemists, they are finding, can take credit for a long roster of genuine chemical achievements, as well as the techniques that would prove essential to the birth of modern lab science. In alchemists' intricate notes and diagrams, they see the early attempt to codify and hand down experimental knowledge. In the practices of alchemical workshops, they find a masterly refinement of distillation, sublimation, and other techniques still important in modern laboratories."

      "It is alchemists who gave Europe some of its key discoveries. Alchemists discovered zinc and metallic arsenic. A German alchemist named Hennig Brand isolated phosphorus in 1669. The alchemist Johann Bottger, working for the Dresden court, stumbled on a material that allowed German workshops to make their own porcelain and break China's monopoly on one of the world's most lucrative industries."

      http://archive.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2009/03/15/good_as_gold/

      Now I'm not saying the alchemy as self-transformation has no merit. Because one has only to look at the alchemy of the far east especially China. The elixir of immortality and peach of immortality are encoded in Chinese lore but was actively researched by Chinese Alchemists.

      Now I will conclude with this addition. Legendary Dr. John Dee English court magician & spy-master whom was partner in his sorcery workings with Edward Kelly who was an alchemist in addition to being a scryer.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef0OKbT70bY

      Kelly allegedly had a formula to transmute junk metal into gold. I'm not saying I believe it because Kelly was also a conman of sorts so I take that account with a healthy dose of salt but I digress. The point is Western alchemists weren't just doing spiritual alchemy but actually working with physical substances to yield results.

      The same goes for alchemists in the east. The first Chinese Emperor died most likely of mercury poisoning and possibly lead from ingesting Chinese alchemical formulas meant to bestow immortality.

      https://www.livescience.com/22454-ancient-chinese-tomb-terracotta-warriors.html

      Proving the physical application of alchemy was very real and it wasn't just mental/spiritual discipline. I still highly respect Jung's interpretation but there's too much evidence showing alchemy wasn't just ethereal in nature.

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    15. @Emmanuel Dark, I think we might be agreeing, right past each other. I admitted that many practitioners focused on the practical side of the endeavor. All I'm saying is that it *also* can function as a spiritual discipline, and that it *may* have started as such.

      One thing that makes me think this is so is the fact that many alchemical treatises seem to have tripwires written into them. For instance, in the Picatrix (I think), the very last instructions (of a series that would have taken years), is: take the material you have made, put it in a large mortar and pestle, and pound it with great vigor: and then you will have gold. Bad thing is...what they've produced is actually fulminate of mercury, which is highly explosive. With the first swipe, the alchemist is going to be dead in the explosion.

      Now, why on earth would the author put that in there? My guess: he figured that anyone who was willing to put the great effort and years of time into following his instructions, and who at the end hadn't gained any more insight than, "Man, I am gonna have a PILE of money!", was going to be a dedicated, highly disciplined, extremely educated, monster. So those last few sentences, to keep from unleashing sociopaths armed with the secrets of the universe on the world.

      But again, I think we're agreeing, just in different words. Cheers!

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  11. Well this is the sync equivalent of a 7-10 split for me, sir. Not quite the strike I thought it might be, but hey - the sun is effin bright these past 18 hours, at least out here on the prairie. Nearly blinded me coming to the office today. So, I saw your "Lawrence" Tweet last night and it synced up rather nicely with my "Lawrenceville, Georgia" post nearly 1 month ago, in my Dust Devil Dreams post "Pentagonal visions." It seems my dream was pointing in the direction of suburban Atlanta - and "Voila!" Alongside that, I was mulling how "Florence" and "Lawrence" (Flo and Larry?)rhymed. Oh, and yesterday, before this all went down, "Boston" kept coming up. Just wanted to mention it. http://www.reddirtreport.com/dust-devil-dreams/pentagonal-visions

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  12. Florence / Lawrence:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-6160537/Jennifer-Lawrence-wants-stars-stop-lying-diet-says-wont-make-people-feel-good.html

    'If you are 20lbs underweight and talk about eating pizza that's not going to make people feel good'

    ..."pizza"...

    https://people.com/health/jennifer-lawrence-not-very-strict-with-diet/

    '...I’m not very strict with my diet: If I want a piece of pizza, I eat a piece of pizza....', 'The star revealed how her diet changed when she prepared to portray a former Russian ballerina in Red Sparrow.', 'Lawrence said the film “was the first time that I was really hungry and disciplined.”', “I can’t be in character as an ex-ballerina and not feel like an ex-ballerina,”, 'Lawrence admitted she had a “meltdown” after only eating “five banana chips.”', “I can’t work on a diet. I’m hungry. I’m standing on my feet. I need more energy,”.

    "Hunger Games"

    https://www.thedrum.com/news/2018/09/12/uk-top-shazamed-ads-dior-dives-with-joyful-jennifer-lawrence

    'It's the simplest things in life that bring us joy. For Dior's latest ad, sampling The Rolling Stone' 'She's A Rainbow', actress Jennifer Lawrence, embodies the emotion by diving into a pool in slow motion in a flowy white gown, basking under the sun, kissing a lover underwater, swimming with jelly fish and drifting in a pool beneath the stars.'

    "joy embodied" = "Flow Star bathed water"

    As for what on Earth's beamed down at 'Sunspot' (like a name for some gee-wizzing high-tech HQ from a Gerry Anderson show) send in another Anderson, Gillian, aka 'Dana Scully' to investigate, all that talk of "quitting" 'X-Filing' is surely sign she's closer than she's ever been to the "out there truth".

    https://www.femalefirst.co.uk/lifestyle-fashion/stylenews/gillian-anderson-creates-ageless-clothing-line-1161364.html

    'Gillian ... admits her character from 'The Fall', DSI Stella Gibson, has influenced her personal style since she started portraying her alter ego in 2013.', '...I definitely feel like she influenced my sense of femininity, helped me to embrace feminine aspects of myself...'

    "Stella Fall" ... "embrace femininity"

    ...'Firestorm':

    http://gerryanderson.wikia.com/wiki/Firestorm_(Ultramarionation)

    'Firestorm is an upcoming television series produced by Anderson Entertainment. It is the third Gerry Anderson legacy project...'

    It is a revivified 'Firestorm' the original having crashed, burned & freeFalled in 2001.

    'Firestorm' / Coronal Mass Ejection / A Star is Born / collapse.

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  13. JB (of The Meta-Logic Café)11:52 AM, September 14, 2018

    Chris, everyone, go to youtube and look at Florence and the Machine's "Spectrum" video.

    Starting at 1:47, notice the Kali/Shiva the Destroyer symbolism taking place in a completely flooded New York City while Florence Welch covers one of her eyes as the serpent-like watch she wears indicates the time of 9:23. There's also a full moon.

    9:23. 9/23. Remember when the "stars were right" in a "Revelations 12" or Lovecraftian way last 9/23? There's a full moon this year on that date. Tsunami in New York? Elizabeth Fraser might not be the only oracle. The siren is strong with this one.

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    1. the pop-cultists are not going to stop until the actual rainbow cataclysm they keep on ritually invoking is made manifest here on This Mortal Coil.

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    2. I commented last post about Florence + the Machine appearance tomorrow on 9/15 at a festival in Denver at location called Overland Park. As the hurricane diminished from Cat 4 down to Cat 1 as it hit land the concern is more about flooding as storm slows down, 'parked' over land...

      F+tM play Sep 23rd 2018 @ Viejas Arena in San Diego, CA. at San Diego State Uni. home of the Aztecs. Between the Denver show at the San Diego show they play a show on 9/22 in...Las Vegas!

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  14. Don't know if you're aware of it or not, but Lawrence, MA is home to two Satanic churches--the Church of Leviathan & the Theistic Church of Satan (same founder):

    http://www.traditionalchurchofsatan.org/leader-of-theistic-satasnism

    No idea how large or influential these organizations are, but thought I'd bring it to your attention...

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    1. those houses that blew up...not a gas leak. they are taking out the underground bunkers for child trafficking...those houses must have had tunnels leading to the blast

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  15. At this point, I'm pretty glad I never miss any disaster movie, even the trashiest ones. I recommend watching Geostorm. It literally had a satellite that screwed with gas mains and had a city burning.

    I have no idea of what may or may not be possible to do from a satellite, but it's food for thought.

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    1. Same old story of the not so powerful 'Controllers / Media Complex' conning the public via subconscious projection and taking credit for mysterious events via technologies.Add D-wave, cern and ai to the list.And yes, the Controllers have the script of future events.

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    2. You mean like as we 'see' in the 'movies' right?
      Like "IT" is 'scripted'?
      No 'future', so 'it' is?
      Future 'events'; the proposed scripted change that will TELL the 'STORY'!!
      Forgive my excitement; I am old and REACHING!
      Kinda gives a new def to 'MIND FUCK'.

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  16. If the sun bukakkes all over the earth and you close your solar observatories does it make a mess?

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  17. Chris, what sayeth the Spandex gods on this matter of sunspot activity?

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  18. You know something's afoot when media try to stretch "Serena Williams fights with umpire" into a protracted, two-week brouhaha, complete with a 'backlash' and allegations of racism/sexism/whatevah-ism. Yawn.

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  19. Not a bad speculation Chris, but I don't think it quite works. There's no mechanism I'm aware of whereby solar storms could affect gas lines. Power lines, telecom, computers, and satellites, yes, but as you said all that stuff appears to be fine.

    I wish I had a better speculation but I don't. This whole series of events is extremely bizarre and there is NO quality information. NONE. I've looked. There appears to be a total media and official press release blackout and there's no evidence of any legitimate verifiable leaks.

    Even if there is a leak it's pretty likely it will be buried in the avalanche of bullshit raining down on the Internet from all the various for-profit conspiritainment shock jocks and all the different propaganda efforts warring with one another out there. The misinformation superhighway doesn't appear to be delivering what we once hoped. The whole place has become a gang bang of shills.

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    1. There was a rumor about the gas company being hacked and a virus released.Yes,the web is shillville including reddit and conspiracy forums which have large amounts of traffic from a certain government base in Florida.

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    2. I don't want to put words in Chris' mouth but I think he was referring to the solar radiation effecting the granite that cause the gas power lines to rupture. The Earth or better stated that particular composition of Earth within that area being the cause of the ruptures.

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  20. This is the last Anon -- re: bullshit on the Internet.

    Maybe the reason we're being hosed down with so much bullshit today is to distract, distract, distract...?

    Distract from WHAT?

    Maybe we should be ignoring the Trumpster fire, "Russiagate," QAnon, alt-right basement Nazis, histrionic SJWs, Internet message board drama, and all the other loud obnoxious shit being flung around out there right now and instead paying very close attention to things like THIS?

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  21. Another followup from the same Anon:

    There is one plausible mundane theory on the observatory: that it had been hacked and that it was being used to spy on White Sands.

    It's possible but it doesn't explain why they cleared the entire town, why it's presently sitting there completely abandoned (search YouTube and you can find people exploring it on foot and with drones), and why nobody has returned. You would also expect some kind of release. At the very least they could say "a national security incident involving espionage was detected and is being investigated" and that would explain it pretty well.

    Then there's the other observatories' webcams going offline, the total blackout, etc., so I'm skeptical of this explanation.

    If anyone has any good leads please post them here. It's small boards like this that are the best candidates for legitimate discussion away from the shills and hoaxers that dominate the big forums and social media.

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    1. This article discusses (and may be the origin of) the espionage theory:

      http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/23582/mysterious-evacuation-of-solar-observatory-overlooking-white-sands-smells-like-espionage

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  22. NASA is ready to launch a satellite that shoots lasers at the Earth

    "The satellite shoots 10,000 laser pulses at the Earth every second, taking measurements every 2.3 feet to paint a laser landscape of the planet."
    https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/nasa-is-ready-to-launch-a-satellite-that-shoots-lasers-at-the-earth/

    Sounds like a great idea!

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    1. That's just low power lasers, orbital LIDAR. It's a way of mapping the surface.

      There's plenty of actually weird stuff, but this is pretty mundane.

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    2. Never a straight Answer is always up to questionable if not wack hijinks. NASA released a couple dozen weather balloons during the last observable solar eclipse over North America i.e. a little over a year ago.; “NASA Sending Bacteria Balloons Into Space”

      https://youtu.be/4Q6FT0AUaos

      The test balloons was carry a specific bacteria Paenibacillus xerothermodurans and it was released during the eclipse line throughout North America because allegedly the upper atmospheric conditions would be similar to the planet Mars during the eclipse visual range.

      The goal is to see how the bacteria "mutates" during that event. If that isn't cock-eyed sideways dodgy than I don't know what is. Well it's been over a year since that experiment so I guess we should just keep an eye out for any unexplained viral outbreaks among the 37th Parallel of North America.

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  23. NASA is ready to launch a satellite that shoots lasers at the Earth

    "The satellite shoots 10,000 laser pulses at the Earth every second, taking measurements every 2.3 feet to paint a laser landscape of the planet."

    ..."which carries a giant space laser known as the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS)."

    https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/nasa-is-ready-to-launch-a-satellite-that-shoots-lasers-at-the-earth/

    Sounds like a great idea. What could go wrong?

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  24. Mica? Coronal hole? Closing down solar observatories?

    My tin foil hat tells me this is an attempt to bump us earthlings up the Kardashev scale.

    I guess it's OK to focus the coronal hole solar winds at the Earth as long as there's some mica laying around. What could possibly go wrong?

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  25. As for CLK's theory about solar storms and granite: it's at least worth investigating, though, of course, it won't be. We know less about geology than we think we do; and, since it's not a prestige science like particle physics, less and less young people enter the field, and it gets harder and harder to get funding for any sort of geological study.

    I could go on and on about various geological mysteries that aren't being investigated; but CLK's example about the lights pretty routinely reported before earthquakes can stand as an example for them all. It's ridiculed more often than explored; and you could probably count on one hand the scientists studying it.

    Sync with the solar storm hitting Earth's magnetic field on 9/11: When did Muslim mariners first begin using magnetic compasses? 1190.

    As always, CLK, keep up the stellar work.

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  26. Cliff High and the "energies from space" finally making good? Space is far from empty, it's a bubbling cauldron of energies that we have barely even started to plumb. We're just now starting to really grasp the profundity of the sun's effect on terrestrial weather, so I wonder how long it's going to be until mainstream burger munchers start asking about extrasolar, galactic, and intergalactic weather and the kind of impact it can have on the locals.

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    1. "Galactic Superwave" incoming.

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    2. KTV, LaViolette is disinfo (like Sitchin).
      http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=424260

      There is an explanation* for the 12,000 year 'glaciation' cycle, but TPTB consider it best if it remains occulted by various disinfo, e.g. that immanent climate change is anthropogenic (rather than cosmogenic).

      Shills will of course reassure you that there's nothing to worry about, that these things occur in geological time, certainly not within a person's lifetime.

      * If you don't yet know, it concerns the secret sun and The Great Year.

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    3. @KTV: friend, you've got me supercurious: What's the Galactic Superwave, and how can one see it? (provided that it's visible, of course). Thanks for any info.

      @Zod:I'm still having a hard time finding any evidence at all of a 12,000 year glacial cycle. For instance, the last ice age began 150,000 years ago, and ended 11,700 years ago. Perhaps you could point a man in the direction of the evidence you've seen?

      Also, you *do* know that rapid climatological changes- changes that happen within a human lifetime, or even more rapidly, rather than in geological timescales- are an accepted part of mainstream science, don't you?

      I mean, just as an example, surely you've heard of the Younger Dryas event? Where a relatively warm Northern Europe suddenly developed ice caps and glaciers in the space of a few decades; which persisted for about a millennium, then suddenly collapsed when the average temperature jumped nearly 30°F in just a few years.

      I'm still very curious about your second sun hypothesis, and would love to give it a fair hearing, if you would just lay it out for folks to see. For instance, it would be greatly appreciated (as well as extremely helpful in judging if your hypothesis has any merit) if you would simply say what star you believe to be our second sun. At times you've seemed to be arguing that it's Sirius; but at other times it seems you're arguing just as strongly that it's not: so a simple Yes or No to "do you think Sirius is our second sun?" would go a long way indeed.

      Any info is appreciated!

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    4. Khadirshilly, I have given you plenty of explanation in previous comments, which, being a shill, you simply disparage as nonsense. So, there's no point repeating the process.

      For non-shills, here's an introductory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3ZDcj0kF_0

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    5. @Zod, no you have not given me plenty of explanation in previous comments. You've been deliberately obscure, and, when I've asked for details, you've pouted, did your usual little dance, cried, and called me a shill. I don't know about in your culture, but in mine, that's called cowardice.

      The producer of that YouTube video has stitched together interviews with a number of different people, many of whom would disagree with each other, *and* with you. Since you're predicting a great catastrophe, the Hindu monk who says that we're moving upward into a Silver Age where we'll be able to levitate using our minds and communicate using telepathy would disagree with you. And since you say that your hidden sun is visible in our sky, the astronomer who mentioned that we might have a very distant, very faint binary companion, like a brown dwarf, would disagree with you.

      Btw, the idea that the Sun might have a brown dwarf or even red dwarf companion that's so distant we've not yet detected it is nothing new, and nothing hidden. Robert Zubrin gave pretty exact minimum distances each could be from us in his "Entering Space", and that was published nearly twenty years ago. Sagan mentioned that we could have an extremely faint companion back in the sixties.

      I asked you two simple questions. I'm going to give you a chance to salvage your manhood, and give me a straight answer to them: is Sirius the hidden sun you believe in? And where can I find evidence of a 12,000 year glacial cycle?

      Have courage this time, Zod, and answer me.

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    6. For those who want to see what a shill at work looks like, you can check out Khadir's pretence at an open and inquiring mind (god knows how he accepted Apollo as staged) on previous articles:

      https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2018/06/shimmer-me-timbers-or-annihilation.html

      https://secretsun.blogspot.com/2018/07/the-titans-which-kept-not-their-seasons.html

      Consider that if my references to the secret sun were of no great significance, I wouldn't attract the attentions of a shill...

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    7. That's not the pretence of an open and inquiring mind: that's me doing my best to be polite to someone who keeps slinging childish insults my way, while trying to find out the details of a theory that he keeps talking about, but doesn't ever have the courage to lay flat out on the table. The courage of one's convictions is an integral part of manhood, my friend.

      So: do you have the courage of your convictions? Will you answer two very simple questions?

      Where can one find evidence of a 12,000-year glacial cycle?

      Is this second sun you always talk about Sirius?

      Simple questions. Let's see if you have enough courage to answer them.

      Also: you first got my attention when I saw someone starting to panic at the thought of the global apocalypse you keep prophesying. So I stepped up, just as any decent human being would. And I've been trying to get you to be man enough to explain your second sun theory ever since.

      After all, quite a while back, you said that your second sun was going to soon begin brightening in our sky (though it hasn't yet done so), and that the global apocalypse was mere months away (another strike-out).

      Consider this: a commenter shows up on a blog dedicated to helping people understand the synchronicities of the times and the actions of the archons; the commenter procedes to ignore whatever is being posted, and keeps up a chant of, "You're all going to die in a global cataclysm just any day now (so none of this really matters)". A most people would consider that the behavior of a shill; though, of course, I am far too polite a man to use any such term.

      Anyway: do you have the courage to answer the questions I asked, Zod?

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    8. Khadirshilly, as usual you misquote and misattribute me, in an attempt to convince your audience I'm delusional and can be disregarded (despite your belief in hyper-dimensional Archon beings).

      The secret sun is indeed brightening, and began brightening quite some time ago, but will do so very gradually over the course of the next 12,000 years, which is not what most people would think of as 'soon'. It then diminishes in brightness over the following 12,000 years, etc. This is what happens when two stars orbit each other (from the perspective of a planet in orbit about one of them). Coincident with the brightening is the blue shift on approach, and red shift on departure. Thus, at the moment, the secret sun has just ended its white phase and is gently turning blue as it now comes back towards us - brightening as it does so.

      Of course, from an external perspective, The Sun and the secret sun are currently moving towards each other in their barycentric orbit.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barycenter#/media/File:Orbit5.gif

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    9. Zod, please try to state your case without the douchery. It doesn't bolster your arguments.

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    10. TheSecretSun, simply responding to Khadirshilly is bad enough, let alone trying to redress any of his countless misrepresentations.

      One of the shill's objectives is to become subliminally perceived as the authorative source on the victim to be sidelined, and their misrepresentation of the victim's arguments gives rise to the inference that the victim is therefore in error and can be disregarded.

      All one can really do is let the shill make themselves obvious through their disproprotionate effort and attention.

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    11. I don't care, Zod. Be civil or I won't post your comments.

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    12. Apologies if this is a repost; I think my evil phone just ate what I was trying to post.

      @Zod: I've never accused you of being delusional. In my experience, that's what's people say when they don't have a counter-argument (since it's impossible to rationally argue someone out of a delusion). Although I did at first float the idea that you might've been trolling, I've always been willing to debate with you in good faith, on the premise that you're sincere, but simply mistaken.

      Second: I have never referenced "hyper-dimensional Archon beings". I've pointed out to you more than once before that when I write "archons", I mean the human rulers of planet Earth.

      Third is a technical point you might want to think about with regard to the second sun hypothesis. You wrote that the second sun turns red as it recedes from us, and turns blue as it approaches us. But if it's 6,000AU at its most distant, and 2,000AU at its closest, and takes 12,000 years to cover that distance, it's only moving at, roughly, 1AU every 3 years. The Earth moves at roughly 6AU/year, with regard to the fixed stars: and yet the stars are not redshifted then blueshifted in the course of a year. So if the second sun is a white star, it would remain white all through its orbit, and any redshift/blueshift, relative to Earth, would only be detectable through sensitive spectroscopy.

      And I honestly hope that redshift/blueshift info is of some use to you.

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    13. Khadir, the approach and departure velocities between stars in a barycentric orbit will vary in a sinusoidal fashion. Taking the average will mask the peak velocities.

      Also bear in mind this is a star on our doorstep, not one umpteen light years away. Spectral shift is thus clear to the naked eye, and one does not need a spectrometer.

      That binary stars exhibit alternating red/blue shift can be found on Wikipedia; 'In these cases, the binary consists of a pair of stars where the spectral lines in the light emitted from each star shifts first towards the blue, then towards the red, as each moves first towards us, and then away from us, during its motion about their common center of mass, with the period of their common orbit. '
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_star

      And that's for distant binary pairs - with respect to us - not for a single star, moving toward and away from us - our secret sun.

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    14. Zod: thanks for giving me your take on spectral shift; it's made things much clearer for me.

      First, distance has no bearing the spectral shift of a moving object. If you have an object moving away from you at velocity x (say, 30km per second), it will be redshifted to the same degree if it's 1km away, 1AU away, or 1 light-year away. If something isn't moving fast enough to be visibly redshifted or blueshifted, it will never be visibly redshifted or blueshifted, no matter how close it gets.

      But, even more importantly: you're making the mistake of thinking that something that's "redshifted" will necessarily appear red, and something that's "blueshifted" will necessarily appear blue. That's really a pretty common mistake (and the terminology really is a bit confusing). But, in reality, something will only be blueshifted enough to *visibly* appear blue if it's moving at a relativistic velocity- that is, at a speed near the speed of light. Same goes for redshift. But don't take my word for it: the Wikipedia article on "blueshift" will say the same thing.

      Let's take the example of the binary stars you mentioned. For the sake of the example, let's assume they're white stars. It's absolutely true that they will alternately be redshifted, then blueshifted, as they orbit each other. But that doesn't mean that they will *appear*visibly* red then blue. It only means that their spectra (and their spectral signatures like emission and absorption lines) will be shifted slightly *toward* red or blue. To the naked eye, they'll still look white.

      Now let's apply this to the hypothetical second sun. It's true that it will be moving faster at perhilion than it does on average; but, unless a body is in a very elliptical orbit, its velocity at perhelion won't be much above average. For instance, the Earth moves at an average of 29.8 km/second in its orbit; at perhilion, it moves at 30.3km/sec. So since the hypothetical second sun moves at an average of approximately 1.9km/second (1AU every 3 years), it's unlikely to ever be moving too much faster, even at its closest.

      But for the sake of the arguments, suppose it does get very much faster. Suppose it was to end up moving 100 times faster as it nears the hypothetical barycenter, than it does now. That would put it near 200km/second. But remember that redshift/blueshift only makes something appear *visibly* red or blue at near-relativistic velocities; again, that means only if they're moving near the speed of light, which is 300,000km/second. 200km/second isn't even close. And the hypothetical second sun's velocity is likely to be much less.

      So even at its fastest, the hypothetical second sun would never be moving fast enough to appear blue as it approaches, or to appear red as it recedes. If it's a white star, it's going to appear white the entire time.

      Again, don't take my word for it; here's a website that will give you the equations you need to figure out exactly how much the spectrum of any star will be shifted, at any velocity: http://astronomyonline.org/Science/DopplerShift.asp

      If you need any help with the equations, I'd be happy to help. And if you could provide any more info on the hypothetical second sun's orbit, I'd really enjoy crunching the numbers and calculating its orbital parameters. Thanks.

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    15. Khadir, I only meant the proximity of the star affected the ability to see it's colour with the naked eye.

      However, a shift in colour from red tinged to white to blue tinged and vice versa, for an approaching/receding star a few thousand AU away (even at non-relativistic velocities), could be an observable phenomenon precisely due to proximity, whereas for distant stars it is not.

      We only have one secret sun. There are no comparators with which it can be corroborated. :-/

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    16. @Khadir I thought "The Galactic Superwave" would be some kind of cataclysm on anything It washes over, seems, for all the awe It's name inspires, It's more a concentrated cosmic ray blast - a more subtle cataclysm depending on It's ultimate effects perhaps rather than 'the flood' of the firmament Itself.

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    17. @Zod:Gotcha, concerning what you meant about proximity. Makes much more sense to me now. Thanks.

      The catch is: Doppler shift is an intrinsic property of light itself, regardless any property of what's emitting the light (except velocity, of course), and we can calculate exactly how much that light will be redshifted or blueshifted, based on velocity. So unless the second sun is moving at relativistic speeds, it's just physically impossible for it to be Doppler shifted enough to appear visibly red or blue.

      Did you check out the link to the Doppler equations? They might look fearsome at first, but once you get past the foreign symbols, they're really just basic algebra. And they'll let you calculate for yourself just how far the second sun's light would be shifted. As I'm sure you know, crunching the numbers yourself is always more convincing!

      @KTV: you've got me intrigued. Could you point a man in a direction where he could learn more?

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    18. I can see I'm going to have to get some better material to support the colour change in the secret sun. Thank you Khadir for pointing out a weak area.

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    19. You're honestly welcome. Like I always say: together, we might just Figure This Place Out.

      (Btw, for whatever it's worth, if Sirius is the hidden sun you speak of, I've got a pet theory that explains why it was red in antiquity, then *very* briefly blue, and now white: it's the spectrum sequence one would expect from a collapsing Dyson Sphere. )

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    20. http://starburstfound.org/galactic-superwaves/

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    21. Khadir, Cube root of 2 by 832AU gives the avg distance of a twin from The Sun, according to http://binaryresearchinstitute.com, which they add can easily be 6 times further away at apoapsis/aphelion.

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    22. Khadir, to suggest it is a Dyson sphere, is a shill/disinfo strategy, i.e. it's one thing to argue that Doppler shift isn't sufficient for a red/white/blue tint/colour change, but to then propose a Dyson sphere is as bad as LaViolette suggesting a galactic superwave as an explanation for a 12,000 year glaciation cycle (and precession).

      I would say it's far more likely that there is a phenomena that arises as a consequence of proximity and relative velocity of an approaching/receding star. As we don't have observatories in other binary star systems, and we haven't had an incontrovertibly reliable observatory on Earth for 12,000 years (or at least one that hasn't effectively been salted), this is going to be a tricky area.

      I daresay that if every physicist alive today were suddenly convinced we had a binary companion a few thousand AU away, that they could all put their minds and relevant research to solving the conundrum. I am not expecting this to happen.

      I suspect that the only ones who might recognise and understand the phenomena are those who hid the secret sun in the first place.

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    23. Actually, no,this isn't going to be a tricky call. You could calculate down to the nanometer how much any binary companion's light would be s bluesfited, then redshifted. You could calculate this because light behaves the same everywhere in the Universe. It doesn't matter if one lives in a double, triple, or single star system, like we do. It all comes down to the behavior of light. And we know a great deal about the behavior of light.

      But anyway...so, you're admitting that Sirius is your hypothetical second sun? That is some severely bad news for your hypothesis: because we've *directled* measured the distance to Sirius, and it's 8.6 light-years away.

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    24. khadir, it's possible there's some other phenomena than doppler, say, a solar wind interaction between proximate stars, and this might create some kind of prismatic wavefront chroma-shift that affects the colour of the starlight reaching an observer from the other star. who knows/

      as to the distance of sirius, yes, wikipedia has it at 8.6ly. and we know this is pretty reliable because it was established by all the royal astronomers in the early 19th century, just as all the apollo astronauts were 33rd degree freemasons.

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    25. Zod: if there's a solar wind interaction like that, it would be doubly odd, in that it would be an interaction we have seen around *no* binary star system, of the thousands we know of; and in that it would so closely mimic the Doppler effect (blue at approach, red as it recedes).

      Who mentioned the Apollo astronauts, or the Astronomers Royal? I'm the guy that's been saying this whole time, if you doubt the distance to Sirius, you can actually measure it yourself. (Also: if Sirius *was* so close, it's parallax measurement against the background stars would be off the charts!)

      If you want to keep debating this topic, I'll be happy to; I'll also happily help you measure the distance to Sirius yourself. Let me know when you want to get started!

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    26. Khadir, we don't have the perspective from any other binary (from A to B) apart from The Sun (Sol A to Sol B). Let's just say 'the jury is out' in light of the weaknesses you've pointed out in the Doppler shift explanation.

      Sirius is indeed interesting when it comes to parallax. As one would expect from a binary, Sirius does not precess. Or in other words, it appears to move 25 arc seconds between observations taken 6 months apart - with respect to other stars. Not off the charts, but it is unique.

      There are two possible explanations for this:
      a) Sirius is the Sun’s binary a few thousand AU away.
      b) Sirius is a massive star 8.6LY away, and is orbiting a super-massive black body (or an effectively invisible star such as a white dwarf), coincidentally in a counter-precessional direction.

      Any sensible person will of course readily agree that 'b' is the correct understanding. Because the sort of person who could believe 'a' would be the sort of person who believes we didn't land on the moon and/or that the WTC wasn't blown up by suicidal hijackers.

      As you have admitted that the moon landings were staged, you should be able to make a respective deduction - given all Apollo astronauts were high level freemasons, i.e. The Astronomers Royal is just another branch (an earlier incarnation of NASA).

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    27. Addendum: Let's just say 'high level' astronomers, rather than royal astronomers or Astronomers Royal, or members of the Royal Astronomical Society, or Freemasons, etc.

      We don't really need to pin down which secret society each astronomer belonged to - in the cabal of those who hid the secret sun, and those who kept it hidden in decades thereafter.

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    28. Unfortunately, I just can't agree that the jury is out with regard to how a binary companion of the Sun would behave, concerning Doppler; but nor would I be so argumentative and obstinate as to keep pressing the point. I'll cheerfully agree to disagree in good spirits.

      When it comes to parallax, precession, and the Sirius binary companion (Sirius B), they're all separate issues, and none impact the others. Sirius has a parallax of 0.379 arcseconds: which is exactly what would be expected of a star 8.6 light-years away. If Sirius were only several thousand AU away, it would have a parallax large enough to be noticed with the naked eye.

      But it's when it comes to Sirius' companion that someone has *really* gave you some bad intel. Sirius B is neither "super-massive" nor "effectively invisible". It's about 1.02 Solar masses; meaning, just for the record that it's only 2% more massive than our Sun.

      And it's visible through a good amateur telescope. Seriously. It was discovered in *1862*. We've been observing Sirius B *directly* for 156 years. You can see it with your own eyes, if you like.

      To me, the dichotomy looks like this: either a) Sirius is in a triple-star system with our Sun; a triple-star system that violates a great many of the known laws of Physics, or

      b) we can believe what we see with our own eyes; which happens to accord perfectly with what we would expect from the known laws of Physics.

      Apollo and 9/11 are entirely beside the point. Just because *some* conspiracy theories are true, does not mean that any particular conspiracy theory is true. Otherwise, Apollo and 9/11 could be invoked to prove the truth of Flat Earth theory; which neither you nor I hold.

      If you would like to observe Sirius B yourself, let me know, and I'll happily give you any equipment tips I can.

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    29. Khadir, what is the parallax method if not waiting six months between observations, and comparing relative movement of the target star with respect to the neighbouring starfield?

      What do you do when Sirius moves 25 arc seconds in 6 months?

      Do you contend it doesn't?

      Or do you pretend such movement is due to orbit about a nearby, invisible companion?

      Those who'd like to believe you truly have an open, inquiring mind, and one able to accept that the moon landings were staged, would like to know why you simply reject the fact that Sirius moves 50 arc seconds per annum, i.e. 1 degree every 66 years, and 360 degrees every great year.

      Once you've accepted that Sirius does not precess (it's in Wikipedia) then you can move on to understanding why.

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    30. Zod: you seem to have the definition of parallax correct in your first paragraph; but I'm extremely curious where you're getting the figure of 25 arcseconds. That's several times higher than *any* measurement of Sirius' parallax ever taken; even the very first, when we were still honing the methodology of taking stellar parallax. The true value is 0.37921 arcseconds. Consult *any* reference work; even better, consult *several*, and you'll find they're all in agreement. Even Wikipedia gets this one right.

      No one is saying that Sirius orbits an invisible companion; at least, no one that I know of. *I'm* saying that Sirius orbits a perfectly visible companion, one that we've been observing for more than a century and a half, and that uncounted numbers of amateur astronomers the world over have seen.

      The claim that Sirius does not precess is often repeated, but untrue. It *is* true that Sirius does not precess with the signs of the Zodiac; but then Sirius lies nearly 40° below the ecliptic. In Egypt circa 3000B.C., its heliacal rising was in early July; Sirius now has its heliacal rising in early August: August 3, from the latitude of Cairo. https://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/a-real-scorcher-sirius-at-heliacal-rising/

      Please let me know where you're getting the figure of 25 arcseconds for Sirius' parallax. That'll probably help us understand each other better.

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    31. here you go khadir; http://binaryresearchinstitute.com/bri/sirius-research-group/

      from; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sothic_cycle
      It has been noticed, and the Sothic cycle confirms, that Sirius does not move retrograde across the sky like other stars, a phenomenon widely known as the precession of the equinox. Professor Jed Buchwald wrote "Sirius remains about the same distance from the equinoxes—and so from the solstices—throughout these many centuries, despite precession."

      this is why they had to invent sirius b - super dense, if you don't like super massive - to explain the fact that sirius didn't precess.

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    32. incidentally, khadir, sirius b is invisible primarily because it doesn't exist. it was simply conjectured to exist when they had to find a way to explain the fact that sirius moved [didn't precess]. then a vendor of telescopes rightly figured that if they claimed their scopes could see sirius b it would help sell their telescopes.

      no one has ever seen sirius b

      [i have no shift key]

      in other words, as many people have seen sirius b as have seen men walk on the moon, or seen planes fly into the wtc.

      now and then you will get 'astronomy today magazine' publish a fake article about some amateur claiming to see 'the pup' - as they cutely describe the imaginary sirius b.

      you do know that the concept of a 'white dwarf' was invented for sirius b

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    33. Zod, yep, I've read the Wikipedia article for 'Sothic Cycle', too. The fact remains, Sirius used to have have its heliacal rising in Early July, and now has its heliacal in early August. All the Wikipedia articles in the world won't change that. You *do* realize that anyone can edit Wikipedia, right? Even if they have malicious intent, or just don't know what they're talking about.

      And if you refuse to admit the existence of Sirius B- that is to say, you refuse to admit the testimony of what millions of humans have seen *for*themselves*- and instead make up stories about how Sirius B is a conspiracy invented by telescope vendors looking to sell more scopes, and how Sky and Telescope magazine is in on it, you must surely realize you are making yourself look like your belief in the hidden sun is an article of religious faith, not a matter of science.

      As such, I can no more debate you than debate someone who denies the roundness of the Earth, based on their religious faith.

      Enjoy your religion, I guess. But you really should stop trying to pretend your belief in it is based on science, or even on fact. It very obviously is not.

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    34. Khadir, I see you have your shill hat back on...

      You'll just hope no-one noticed that you ignored the evidence:
      http://binaryresearchinstitute.com/bri/sirius-research-group/

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    35. Nonsense; rather, I think that the fact that you deny what anyone can verify by looking through a telescope-the existence of Sirius B-day rendered further debate pointless.

      But, for the record, anyone who wants to can take a parallax measurements themselves; and they'll see that the parallax of Sirius is nowhere near 25 arcseconds.

      If you're going to make Sirius the focus of your religion, Zod, you should at least spend some time outside looking at it, and not just believe everything you read on the internet.

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    36. Khadir, Sirius B is as difficult for an amateur to see as the USA flag is on The Moon (which you acknowledge doesn't exist).

      And not everyone has several years to dedicate to setting up very expensive equipment to monitor the transition of Sirius such that they can determine whether it precesses like other stars or not.

      This is why Sirius B was invented, such that should anyone find a large parallax (in one or two years' of observation), they can simply be told that it's because Sirius A is in orbit about its (invisible) companion.

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    37. The orbit Sirius A around Sirius B would in no way affect its parallax. And you wouldn't need years of time and very expensive equipment to determine that Sirius precesses: we know from the records of the ancient Egyptians that it used to have its heliacal rising in early July. Now it has it in early August. It's really as simple as being willing to go outside early in the morning and look for it. Alternately: read, Ptolemy's Almagest, note the position it gives for Sirius, then go outside and measure where Sirius is *now*.

      And Sirius B is *not* that difficult for an amateur astronomer to spot. Millions of us worldwide have seen it. *I've* seen it with my own eyes. Email your local amateur astronomy club, and I'll stake a wager of any amount that they will eagerly put you in touch with someone who's observed Sirius B, and will help you do so.

      But if you claim Sirius B does not exist, or that Sirius does not precess, or that Sirius has a parallax 100 times what it actually does, and you wont even look up at the sky to check, you've taken your claims right out of the realm of science, into the realm of religion.

      And hey, if you want to belong to a star-cult that requires you to believe that Sirius B does not exist, go for it. But if you're not even willing to even look through a telescope to check, there's nothing I can do to help you. If you can't even be bothered to get up early and go outside to see when Sirius rises, there is no way to debate you, because your belief is obviously rooted in *faith*, not evidence.

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    38. Khadir, god knows how you ever accepted that the Moon landings were faked, but once you've recognised whether Sirius precesses or not, then we can move on to the matter of whether Sirius B exists or not.

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    39. Zod, please explain to me what Apollo has to do with Sirius, and why you keep bringing it up.

      As for the precession of Sirius: since everyone can see its heliacal rising in the first week of August, your only hope is to prove that the astronomers of antiquity were all mistaken when they recorded that it rose with the Sun in early July.

      As for the existence of Sirius B, there is simply nothing to debate. I have seen it with my own eyes. I'm sorry, but there's just no amount of theory in the world that can convince me that something I have *personally*witnessed* does not exist.

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  27. One thing I should have added but didn't want to get carried away with is that New Hampshire is a historical earthquake zone. And that there's some literature on the effects of cosmic rays on Earthquakes and such. I'll have more to add later.

    https://watchers.news/2015/06/09/cosmic-solar-radiation-as-the-cause-of-earthquakes-and-volcanic-eruptions/

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    1. The resonant frequencies of your geologic structures may be important as well. There has been an increase in "earth noise" reports (trumpets/low vibrations/hums) that some have attributed to actual resonant changes in the earth and others to the subsonic frequencies created by water crashing the shore. In any case, it may be connected to sound as well as light and electricity.

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    2. Damn it Ka o'Horus, you are on the money again!

      Yes, it's a domino effect - solar flares induce earthquake in the granite/piezoelectric quartz, thereby induces a charge on the conductive gas pipeline, mechanical vibration + heat from the induced electric current forces a rupture, then reacts with the natural gas and then...

      KABOOMSKI!!

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    3. I'd also like to put it out there that we have no idea what the earth's core is made up of (could be hollow for all we know), and we do not know what the Sun is AT ALL!
      Gravitational theory is just that, a THEORY, as it cannot been proven with the tools we have as yet or ever.
      I think it's fair to accept that we know nothing so all bets are ON
      What we measure as the earth's magnetic field/shield could POSSIBLY be a reaction between the Sun's magnetic field, and the particles that make up the earth's atmosphere imho

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    4. Look up the molten iron jet stream and tell me that that isn't more freaky and terrifying than empty hollow chambers in the earth. Presumably the hollow chambers would be filled with some super compressed air or something that doesn't turn into liquid or plasma IDK. I suppose there could be an advanced species living down there or something but surely they would explode due to depressurisation if they came to the surface so nuffin to worry about.

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    5. Interesting, but maybe it's just a distraction to keep us from the truth. The MSM could pretty much tell us anything about the Sun or the earth's core since we have no way to verify.
      UFO's and space travel seem to be a thing, and they work if you substitute gravitational theory with consideration to space as more than just a void/vacuum

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  28. New rocks that glow like lava?

    https://www.sott.net/article/395949-Michigan-rockhunter-discovers-glowing-florescent-rocks-called-yooperlites

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  29. If those astronomers are really denying awareness of the shut down, it would seem they almost have to be lying. Certainly any astronomic data would be known to them, if not in real time, then shortly later. Unless that data came in at a non-monitored time and caught by someone else, they had to know.

    The only alternative is a non-astronomical explanation and so far none seems remotely plausible unless there was a security threat or something like an infectious event (yet no one seems quarantined).

    The shut down of the USPS nearby could also fit in with those latter scenarious, though if they truly were the closest place to the actual telescope complex, they were also the most likely to hear rumors from nearby.

    Checking out amateur astronomy sites may be the best way to learn of anything unusual up there recently.

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  30. All in a row, looks like the edge.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/7-Named-Storms%20%281%29.jpg?itok=OedhoC13

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  31. Apparently there's been a lot of problems lately with wild boar attacks, presented humorously here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJFFls6mBb8

    That got my sync-y sense tingling, and the boar was sacred to none other than Artemis! The world is awash with dolphins and boar - two animals sacred to the Twins.

    In fact, Denmark is building a 44 mile-long wall to keep the boar out.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/denmark-german-border-fence-wild-boar-out-44-miles-a8268391.html

    Peace

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  32. If you overlay the path of the last US solar eclipse onto the 'warned' area for auroras due to the solar-wind 'event', it matches quite well, also coinciding with the cracks and magnetic anomalies in the American continent (one of which is the St Lawrence Rift). You can find more info in this video on YouTube that shows the mapping overlays of the eclipse, the 3 cracks running through the continental plate, and the Missouri Gravity Low. iELMqmpiKlk

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  33. Perhaps it’s not relevant, I certainly don’t know whether our Scottish lady of laurels has anything to say about it but Phillips Andover Academy, alma matter to Bush and many others of similar ilk, is located in Andover...
    Toostoned

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  34. This article covers the possible espionage angle at the solar observatory:
    http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/23582/mysterious-evacuation-of-solar-observatory-overlooking-white-sands-smells-like-espionage

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    1. I suspect that in monitoring The Sun, someone was discovering something disturbing about The Earth, and it was realised that this someone hadn't yet been covered by the 'secrecy blanket'.

      No doubt a mundane explanation will soon materialise - that fits the 'security issue' story.

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  35. Just a quick pop culture reference. American Horror Story kicked off their 7th season called Apocalypse on Tuesday, but I guess that shouldn't be any big news.

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  36. I just happened to stumble upon Medium Fleur on Youtube, apparently the favourite Medium of Lana Del Rey and Emma Roberts (American Horror Story), and find her eyes to look very fraser-y: https://youtu.be/hF9MH_sTG1s

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  37. Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina in the morning...

    Well totally agree with Chris about msm pushing Flo... I live in North Carolina and we are all comfy waiting while Florence sits and spins at 3 mph... slower than we could walk said one of dozens of celebrity major news hosts... I mean the celebs from ABC, CNN et al put the weather channel to shame.

    And Chris what about that humongous rocket just launched a few weeks ago headed to the Sun?

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  38. In other news, famous scientist Jordan Elliot (better known to his friends in the Rap community as Jor-El) and his wife Lara were seen putting their infant son Kal in a homemade space rocket and aiming it at Krypton.

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  39. Hello, my name is Ignacio and I write from Madrid, Spain. I don't want to be anonymous; it's just that I don't know how to put this comment here any other way... Here in Madrid, we've had these days a most strange "cultural performance" related to sea criatures. Some guys put a fake whale in the Manzanares river to "advise against climate change". Madrid is 600 meters above the sea level and our river is maybe three feet deep... Also mermaids are also a mode here, now. www.elmundo.es/madrid/2018/09/14/5b9b6df022601d341a8b457c.html

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  40. NBC Nightly news report 9/15 reports that the gas line issue causing Mass. fires were traced to an air prssure issue in Ohio 2 weeks ago. So Chris was right that the Mass. home fires were result of possible existing problem.

    Also on same NBC news report after story on Vandenberg,AFB NASA launch Delta 2 rocket carrying a satellite that moniters ice and climate change; the death of Canadian actor Peter Donat was reported and it was added that the actor was best known for his role as Fox Mulder's father on the show X-Files. (why in this order? random reporting?)

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    1. Glad you mentioned XF, as this article is worth a read:

      https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2018/09/the-x-files-25-years-later/569389/


      There are nits to pick, though there are some excellent points as well. I especially liked the observation that the setup to get Scully working with Muldar initially was a bit contrived and unrealistic.

      Thinking more realistically, Scully would have been lightly MK-d to handle Mulder and seduce him away from the truth should he get to close. At least that's how real life seems to work.

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  41. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-15/mysterious-observatory-evacuation-stirs-foreign-power-spying-us-missile-base
    >they found a copy of an x-files video game sitting in the trash
    wew lad

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  42. Forgot a couple other semi-relevant links. More on cosmic bursts, this time fast radio bursts from the same location.

    https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/276756-more-mysterious-bursts-of-light-from-deep-space-found

    "The data in question comes from the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia, which scanned an object known as FRB 121102 in August 2017. FRB 121102, which resides in a dwarf galaxy some 3 billion light years away, is a hot topic in astronomy circles because it’s the only known source of repeating fast radio bursts. All the other FRBs detected since their discovery in 2007 have been one-off events. Previous analysis of the data from that day in 2017 showed 21 FRBs coming from FRB 121102, but that may be just a fraction of what’s really there."


    And for those interested in the reality of at least some giants, have look.

    https://www.jp-robinson.com/single-post/The-Giants-Of-Seville-Could-Some-Myths-Be-Real

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  43. So I understand your ideas I get that the elite or whatever you want to call them, are using dark star magick to do things. But I am beginning to feel like like they are almost trying to bring yhe Apocalypse about as a means of control. What better to keep us in line? I do not disagree abouth the dark magick or of the siren like spirit inhabiting Ms.Fraser. But my mother in law has gotten into this whole idea that demons are possessing everyone, her mother is possessed, we all have generational curses and that apparently when an angel delivers a message to God, it takes 21 days for the angel to fight its way through the spiritual plane that is infested with demons. It takes our message then has to fight its way back up to God and deliver our prayers. I am literally sitting there thinking what?! When me and my husband were leaving he said"Go ahead what do you have to say?" because I always do. So I said if God is omnipotent and omnipresent then why does it take 42 days for our prayers to reach him? I just remember thinking "Man even in the realm of the unknown, spiritual side of life, they are controlling us." I just have to ask myself, how much is planned and how much is synchronicity?

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  44. All this business with the observatory and cosmic bursts reminds me of Ken MacLeod's novel Cosmonaut Keep:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cosmonaut-Keep-Engines-Light-Book-ebook/dp/B00846RFOG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1537094476&sr=8-1&keywords=cosmonaut+keep

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  45. Just read your previous post and at same time was listening to the Leah Remini Scientology expose where they introduce Lauren Haggis (ummm Scottish much) who studied at the Delphi Academy. Goosebumps.

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  46. there was no gas leak...they are bombing the shit out of the underground bunkers used for child trafficking. any tunnels leading up to those homes were affected.

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