If nothing else, enjoy the music
If nothing else, enjoy the music
"If you get up any morning for the next few weeks, you’ll be treated to the sight of all the planets except Saturn arrayed along the ecliptic, the path of the sun through the sky.
"For the last two months, almost all the planets have been hiding behind the sun, but this week they all emerge and are arrayed in a grand line above the rising sun. Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter are visible, and you can add Uranus and Neptune to your count if you have binoculars or a small telescope."
Losing up to 70% of the state's wheat crop.
South Struggles To Rebound From Deadliest Tornado Outbreak Since The Great Depression: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/04/29/survivors-picking-pieces-deadly-twisters-kill-27/
FEMA Director: "“I think this is going to rank up as one of the worst tornado outbreaks in US history,”
Accuweather: Nearly 900 Reports Of Tornadoes In April
150 MPH Jet Stream A Factor In Wednesday's Tornado Outbreak
"While the amount of evacuees currently numbers in the hundreds, it could soon number in the tens of thousands as levees are topped or breached and rivers expand their girth into more farming communities, towns and cities."
This is an image of the newest ring around Saturn, newly discovered and discussed in this October 7, 2009 article. Could Planet X have played a part in the formation of this ring?
This next image was posted November 5, 2009, but the image itself is undated. Its focus is on a UFO (the article is worth the read), however, wouldn't you think if an infrared camera was used that it would have picked up the larger ring?
There could be technical reasons why the newest ring isn't in this image, such as it is an older image, or a different or less sensitive camera was used, or the focus was too narrow, etc. However, it could also mean that the newest ring simply wasn't there (which should be researched to see if an image exists that shows when it did form), but either way it is there now. The next few images will provide support for the hypothesis of how the newest ring around Saturn came to be.
Next, is an image of Saturn, after it was hit by an object, posted 08/10/2009:
Here is an enlightening quote from the article: "It's not exactly clear what's going on here, even in this slightly zoomed shot. But it looks for all the world - or worlds -- like some small object on an inclined orbit has punched through Saturn's narrow F ring, bursting out from underneath, and dragging behind it a wake of particles from the rings. The upward-angled structure is definitely real, as witnessed by the shadow it's casting on the ring material to the lower left." Hmmm, "inclined orbit," "underneath," "upward-angled" all sound like the object came up from below the ecliptic, toward the South Poles of our solar systems' planets. Is this the work of a loner, or could it be part of an entourage?
Next is an image of Jupiter on the day it was hit in its south polar region by something on 07/19/2009
(top dark spot--camera images are flipped):
So, 07/19/2009, Jupiter is hit by an object in its south polar region, an unusual occurrence. Then on 08/10/2009, one of Saturn's rings is hit by an object. Then on 10/07/2009, an article is published about a new ring discovered around Saturn. Compare that to the sun's quiesence around the time of these events and a marked decrease in earth movements in 2009 (https://earthchanges.ning.com/profiles/blogs/major-earth-rumblings), the jet stream going haywire in 2009, coupled with John DiNardo's theory that Planet X went below Jupiter around that time, turning its energies away from the sun (https://earthchanges.ning.com/profiles/blogs/planet-x-is-now-located and https://earthchanges.ning.com/profiles/blogs/major-earth-rumblings). Now add to that, John's prediction, in his 03/01/2011 email, that major earthquakes would be starting within a few weeks, and ten days later the Japan earthquake hit on 03/11/2011 (https://earthchanges.ning.com/profiles/blogs/earthbound-planet-x-is-now) makes a compelling case that John's theory is correct. And Amy Evans and the StarViewer Team have been confirming there is indeed something, several somethings, out around Jupiter.
In conclusion, with all this evidence it seems reasonable to suggest that Saturn's newest and never-before-seen ring could be the product of a passing brown dwarf. It could be parts of its debris trail trapped in some sort of a gravitational or magnetic field around Saturn and its rings. Could it have formed as a result of Saturn's and Planet X's fields co-mingling? It is thin. Could it become permanent or will it fade away after PX has moved out of range? Unknown. But for now, it looks likely that Planet X has left its calling card.
BEST POSITIONS IN BED........
Some are arguable, but each has merit. What do you think? :-DDD
IF IN MOBILE HOMES OR VEHICLES…EVACUATE THEM AND GET INSIDE A STURDY SHELTER. IF NO SHELTER IS AVAILABLE…LIE FLAT IN THE NEAREST DITCH OR OTHER LOW SPOT AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS.
HEAVY RAINFALL MAY OBSCURE THIS TORNADO. TAKE COVER NOW! IF YOU WAIT TO SEE OR HEAR IT COMING… IT MAY BE TOO LATE TO GET TO A SAFE PLACE.
Two Virginia nuclear plants were shut down in the last big storm. Note on this one: "it may be weeks before power can be restored to all of the 300,000 customers whose power is supplied by the federal utility."
DO YOU HAVE YOUR TORNADO SHELTER YET??? We had another one last night, 4th one in the past couple weeks, in an area that rarely ever has them. Post comments on Jason's link in discussions. I just wanted to emphasize the picture. This is no joke...get ready!
http://presscore.ca/2011/?p=2261 (may be slow to load, be patient)
What do you guys think about this? Does it have merit or is it more disinformation? The website http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/ seems to be up now -- anyone notice a period earlier this month when it was down? Sorry if this link was already posted..
This commentator calls it a "brown dwarf star" and says it will flip the Earth.
This is alarming if his analysis is correct....
But with the impending celestial events, why bother?
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