Day 14: Pole Position!


On July 28th (the day before the Grand Sextile), a crop circle appeared over yonder that really pricked me… because it looked like pictures of the magnetosphere to me.  I didn’t say anything, because I have a vivid imagination… but a week later, they posted pictures of exactly what I was seeing.


And yes, this year’s crop circles seem to have left England, and are being spotted in Czech Republic, Italy, and Russia.  I don’t know why, it’s weird, but then isn’t everything, anymore.  So I was pretty geeked about them posting this, and saved it in my file.

Another thing I saved in my file was an article that came out about the same time:

Something big is about to happen on the sun.  According to measurements from NASA-supported observatories, the sun’s vast magnetic field is about to flip.  “It looks like we’re no more than 3 to 4 months away from a complete field reversal,” says solar physicist Todd Hoeksema of Stanford University. “This change will have ripple effects throughout the solar system.”  The coming reversal will mark the midpoint of Solar Cycle 24. Half of ‘Solar Max’ will be behind us, with half yet to come.

A reversal of the sun’s magnetic field is, literally, a big event. The domain of the sun’s magnetic influence (also known as the “heliosphere”) extends billions of kilometers beyond Pluto. Changes to the field’s polarity ripple all the way out to the Voyager probes, on the doorstep of interstellar space.  …During field reversals, the current sheet becomes very wavy. Scherrer likens the undulations to the seams on a baseball.  As Earth orbits the sun, we dip in and out of the current sheet. Transitions from one side to another can stir up stormy space weather around our planet Cosmic rays are also affected. These are high-energy particles accelerated to nearly light speed by supernova explosions and other violent events in the galaxy.

This actually was a part of the article that I vented about some days back.  Because I’ve explained (a lot) that the solar maximum was delayed by three years, this time around.  It was supposed to peak 2010, and it didn’t – it’s peaking in the latter part of 2013.  ‘Silence in heaven for about the span of a half an hour’.  I wondered when this half hour would end, and then there was a crop circle that had a time span message for mankind:  2/12/2010 to 12/22/2013.  So I can’t help but wonder if the ‘maximum’ will officially hit, then.  According to the article, it’s in three to four months – that’d be December!

More, what am I looking to have happen?  Next up are the Trumpet judgments.  And of them, note what happens:


PRE-TRUMPET EVENT:  ‘Censer’ falls to earth.
TRUMPET ONE EVENT:  Fire/hail cast to earth.
TRUMPET TWO EVENT:  Great mountain cast into sea.
TRUMPET THREE EVENT:  Great star falls to earth
TRUMPET FOUR EVENT:  Sun and moon smitten.

So basically, that’s SIX events with stuff hitting earth or the sun or the moon.  IN A ROW.  And what does the maximum entail, according to the article?  When the pole shifts (at the end of this year), it will ‘stir up stormy space weather’, and have ‘violent events’ in the galaxy.  Does it fit?  Perfectly.  Yet another reason I’m leaning toward a fall-feast rapture, this year:  the rapture (Rev 7:9-end) is the ‘burp’ event of the Seals – we can’t hit the Trumpet judgments until Rev 7 is wrapped up, and with it pending that close?  My window is small!

Then I read this article, as well, about ‘Lazarus’ comets:…lazarus-asteroid-belt817968.story

Colombian scientists have discovered what may be a graveyard of comets in a very strange spot — and now, some of the interred are coming back to life.  These so-called “Lazarus” comets …have long held human imaginations as “falling stars.” As a comet travels around the sun, the heat and light vaporize some of the water ice trapped inside, causing the signature tail of glowing gas and dust to form behind it.

They’re thought to have started out near the fringes of the planetary system, with stretched, elliptical orbits that are so extreme that some of comets circle the sun only once in several thousand years. Others have quicker round-trips of a couple centuries or so; these so-called short-period comets are the source of such famous sightings as Halley’s Comet.  But in recent years, astronomers started to pick up strange, comet-like bodies popping up where they hadn’t expected them — in the main belt, the wide ring of asteroids that sits between Mars and Jupiter.  “The surprising property of these objects is that their orbits are entirely asteroidal while their behavior is entirely cometary,” the researchers wrote.

That’s surprising, because comets aren’t supposed to be there, right in the middle of the planetary lineup. The main belt is filled with rocky debris from several feet to hundreds of miles long. These asteroids could have been the building blocks of another planet, had Jupiter’s gravity not kept the fragments apart. What were comets, thought to originate on the fringes of our solar neighborhood, doing there? 

According to researchers from the University of Antioquia in Colombia, there may have been a sizable population of comets in the main belt in the past that had long since “died,” their icy reserves nearly expended by heat and light from the sun.  Some of these comets, however, were merely dormant, the researchers found, and if their orbits were nudged just slightly closer to the sun’s warming rays, it could release ice trapped deep within the comets, bringing them back to life.

“Thus, we propose that the asteroidal belt contains an enormous graveyard of ancient dormant and extinct rocky comets, that turn on [are rejuvenated], in response to a diminution of their perihelion distance, caused by planetary perturbations.”  A dozen such Lazarus comets were picked up among the asteroids over the past decade, and it’s quite possible there are many more out there, the researchers said.

So first we have a solar magnetic shift coming in December.  Which will send a ‘ripple’ thru the galaxy, causing ‘violent disturbances’ and ‘stormy solar weather’.  And then in the middle of this, we have a bunch of comets that we didn’t know were there, coming back to life, like Lazarus, ready to move.  And then we have a crop circle that looks like stuff hitting our magnetosphere (solar CMEs, or something else).  And what are we looking for?  Impact.

I’d say that confirms what I’m looking for to be on the way!

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  1. I think the change in the places the crop circles are showing up might be because of a slight pole shift. The weather is going wonky in some places, there’s lots of melting of the ice caps. If Europe is covered in snow, there aren’t going to be any crops to put circles in soon.


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