Wednesday, October 29, 2014
On Oct 28, 2014, at 9:38 PM, A reader who sends me dreams wrote:
I had this same sentence all night long, but I didn't understand it. Forgot about it, because we had a big funeral today where I work (St. Luke's Lutheran) anyway, forgot all about it until an hour ago.
I have been alone in the house for a bit, and relaxing while I make some soup. I heard it again and again just now, so I am sending it on. You might know who needs to hear/see it.
"Siouan is the matrix code"
Siouan is the native language for many tribes -- east and west
Following D's post today -- I now understand everything is the way it is supposed to be -- so if it's in my face twice -- someone needs it -- hope you can find who it goes to???
SUPER-SUNSPOT PREPARES TO DEPART: The biggest sunspot in nearly 25 years is about to leave the solar disk. This picture from Sergio Castillo of Corona CA shows AR2192 approaching the western limb on Oct. 27th:
"For its final trick, AR2192 is going to treat us by mimicking a Giant Skull," says Castillo, one of many readers who has noted the resemblance between the sunspot and a skeletal face. "Say Happy Halloween as it gets ready to turn away from us. "
As AR2192 approaches the sun's horizon, it is no longer facing Earth. However, the odds of an Earth-directed radiation storm are higher than ever. The reason is, the western limb of the sun is well-connected to Earth. Solar magnetic fields springing out of that region spiral back to our planet. If a sunspot passing through the area explodes, those spiralling magnetic fields can funnel energetic particles in our direction.
In only a few days, the behemoth sunspot will begin a 2-week transit of the far side of the sun, carried around by the sun's 27-day rotation. However, that doesn't mean we've seen the last of this magnificent active region. Big sunspots typically persist for two or three solar rotations before they decay. After it departs in October, AR2192 will probaby return in November. Solar flare alerts: text, voice
Aurora Borealis in Abisko National Park. October 24th 2014
from Lights Over Lapland PLUS 2 days ago / via Final Cut Pro NOT YET RATED
It has been an amazing Autumn in Abisko National Park! Lights Over Lapland is out in the National Park chasing the northern lights almost every single night between September and April so we have grown accustomed to watching powerful auroras dance overhead. While we have seen thousands of auroras during the last several years we can honestly say that was a night that we will never forget. As our group approached one of our favorite spots to photograph the northern lights we noticed a beautiful strand of auroras stretching from one horizon to another. As the display grew, the strands slowly developed into a pulsating wave of flashing green lights. Our team has never seen anything like this in all of the years that we have been photographing the sky! As you might imagine our guests were very impressed. If the last few weeks are any indication of things to come we are going to enjoy another banner year in Abisko National Park.
For more information please visit our website and be sure to like our Facebook page so you can see new images as they are captured on our nightly adventures in Abisko.
If you would like to experience and photograph the magic of the aurora borealis in person with the original aurora photo tour in Abisko National Park please visit lightsoverlapland.com and book your place on one of our aurora photo tours while we still have spaces available.
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[10/29/14, 2:48:50 AM] HeatherAnnTucciJarraf I: Bill, as this next bit is done, and before it gets really wild....I just wanted to say thank you for everything...including, and, especially, helping me to do the website... I just posted the final bit...Source Fource......and, when this next bit is done... the website can be retired (and if we forget to retire it due to all the cool, magical and fantastical "stuff" we are all doing... it can just naturally expire ).
....I wanted to let you know so that there are no automatic renewals of the website or questions in that regard in the meantime.
I LOVE YOU!!!!!! THANK YOU, BILL...FOR EVERYTHING U BE AND DO!!!!
[10/29/14, 2:48:54 AM] HeatherAnnTucciJarraf I: H
[10/29/14, 3:32:15 AM] HeatherAnnTucciJarraf I: ps....the update to the website is nothing that has to be reposted....Source Fource uses IComms and all inbodyments are accessing...it is my way of loving closure and gratitude to the internet and the former tools...
See the post here: