The Sun is Breaking Open and Seeding the People with Remembrance of their Soul

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The Eclipse Impact

The eclipse on August 21 brought in a new octave of consciousness and a new experience in which things have been shaken up and extreme, especially the weather with floods and fires and earthquakes and solar storms which continue. The eclipse was a nexus point and a harbinger change, a coming into seeing the shadows. After that, there was a time of inner quiet and processing, of going within until in which Mercury was retrograde and then started moving forward on September 5. Retrograde- in astrology means that is a time to revisit, review from the within.
I found myself feeling intense emotions and moving through them with forgiveness work, of self and others which rippled out from the quantum inner level and was reflected in friendships with others pretty quickly. We have so much power to change our inner world, to more calm and peace and see it reflected outside of us. That being said, it may be a time of great challenge to be the calm within the outer storms. It is a matter of not getting hooked on what is happening and to keep going inside, or so I am learning as an eternal student.  


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YEE-HAW! THANKS, SUN!: "A Severe (G4) Geomagnetic Storm is now in progress. Bz/IMF conditions continue to intensify the ongoing geomagnetic storm.

ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 8"" 



Comet ISON vs. the Solar Storm

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splash The Heliospheric Imager on NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft is tracking Comet ISON as it plunges toward the sun. In this movie, which spans a two day period from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22, 2013, the sun is off-screen to the right. Coincidentally, Comet Encke is present too

Nov. 24, 2013:  In 2007, astronomers were amazed when a solar storm hit Comet Encke.  NASA STEREO spacecraft watched as a CME (coronal mass ejection) struck the comet head on and ripped off its tail.

The same thing could be in store for Comet ISON--only worse.

On Nov. 28th, Comet ISON will pass through the sun's atmosphere, flying little more than a million kilometers above the sun's surface. It will be ~30 times closer to the sun than Encke was in 2007 and more likely to encounter a ferocious solar storm.

"For one thing," says Angelos Vourlidas of the Naval Research Lab and a participant in NASA's Comet ISON Observing Campaign (CIOC), "the year 2007 was near solar minimum. Solar activity was low. Now, however, we are near the peak of the solar cycle and eruptions are more frequent."

Scientists get a better grip on El Nino

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Weatherzone, By; Michael Cavanagh, 05/30/2013

A team of Sydney climate researchers believe they now have a better understanding of when droughts will end and when rain may fall. The El Nino climate pattern, which in Australia leads to drier than normal conditions, is triggered by changes to water temperature off the South American coast around Christmas time.


Dr Shayne McGregor, from the University of NSW's Climate Change Research Centre, says while the build up of El Nino is still difficult to predict, the latest findings mean that forecasters will have a better idea of when it would end and bring rain.


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Storms charging towards Brisbane

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Weatherzone, By: Rob Sharpe, 04/16/2013


Thunderstorms developed along the SE QLD ranges around midday before heading east towards the coast.


A thunderstorm has just brought 7mm in 10 minutes to Ipswich and is now firing on its way to Brisbane. By 1pm this storm had just brushed Gatton dropping the temperatures by 5 degrees in 10 minutes and bringing 0.8mm. A broad low pressure trough stretching across NSW and QLD is providing significant instability for thunderstorms in southeastern Queensland. At midday storms sparked along the ranges and quickly moved east.


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Winter Storm Triton: Snow Aims for Denver, Plains

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The storm dumped more than a foot of snow onFlagstaff, Ariz. Up to a foot of snow was also reported in the mountains of Southern California (Riverside County). 


Snow will continue through much of the day in the mountains of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. A bonus for those with spring break ski trips to the West.


Winter Storm Q: How Much Snow?

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Nick Wiltgen Published: Feb 19, 2013, 7:36 AM EST



West Coast Satellite


Winter Storm Q will lay down a swath of significant snowfall from the mountains of California all the way to the Midwest over the next several days.


As the upper-level dip in the jet stream, or trough, swings ashore in the West Coast Tuesday, the first significant snow from Winter Storm Q will sweep into California.


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Superstorm Sandy Debris Threatens Tourism

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Wayne Parry Published: Feb 18, 2013, 7:55 AM EST Associated Press



MANTOLOKING, N.J.  — On the surface, things look calm and placid. Just beneath the waterline, however, it's a different story.

Cars and sunken boats. Patio furniture. Pieces of docks. Entire houses. A grandfather clock, deposited in a marsh a mile from solid land. Hot tubs. Tons of sand. All displaced by Superstorm Sandy. 



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