Posts by Anette

    Yesterday I went shopping at the Rossmann drugstore. Next to the checkout was a huge container with packs and a sign saying ‘To go’. On closer inspection, I saw that they were Corona tests. The cashier also drew customers' attention to the fact that they could take the tests for free.

    ...a discontinued product...

    I guess these dark shits do not know Lucifer was removed at the time Christ walked this world...and was tried in the ancient of Days courts and annihilated

    If I remember correctly, Luzufer had a choice and he decided in favour of annihilation

    Dear Raven,

    I would like to say something about the birds that I have also been confronted with in my life. I didn't have birds, but it was about birds in general, also as a symbol.

    I was taught at the time that birds kept in cages cannot live their purpose. A fish in an aquarium, even if it is small, can swim and swim, i.e. live its destiny as a fish. A bird in a confined space cannot spread its wings wide and fly in the air and therefore cannot live its destiny as a bird.


    All love

    Anette


    Translated with DeepL.com (free version)


    Lieber Raven,

    zu den Vögeln möchte ich etwas sagen, mit dem ich in meinem Leben auch konfrontiert wurde. Ich hatte keine Vögel, aber es ging um Vögel allgemein, auch als Symbol.

    Man lehrte mich damals, dass Vögel, die in Käfige gehalten werden nicht ihre Bestimmung leben können. Ein Fisch im Aquarium, auch wenn es klein ist, kann schwimmen und schwimmen, also seine Bestimmung als Fisch leben. Ein Vogel im engen Raum kann seine Flügel nicht weit ausbreiten und in die Lüfte fliegen und somit seine Bestimmung als Volgel nicht leben.


    Alles Liebe

    Anette

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    EXTREME GEOMAGNETIC STORM--NOW! The biggest geomagnetic storm in almost 20 years is underway now. It has reached category G5--an extreme event. Sky watchers with dark skies may be able to see and photograph auroras even at low latitudes. Get away from city lights and look at the sky! Aurora alerts: SMS Text



    Planetary K-index

    Now: Kp= 9.00 storm

    24-hr max: Kp= 9.00 storm

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    SEVERE GEOMAGNETIC STORM--NOW!! The first of six CMEs hurled toward Earth by giant sunspot AR3664 just hit our planet's magnetic field. The impact on May 10th at 1645 UT jolted magnetometers around the world (e.g., 108 nT in Boulder CO) and sparked a severe (G4-class) geomagnetic storm. This storm is underway now. More CMEs are following close behind (see below) and their arrival could extend the storm into the weekend. Stay tuned! CME impact alerts: SMS Text


    Planetary K-index

    Now: Kp= 7.67 storm

    24-hr max: Kp= 7.67 storm

    explanation | more data

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    ARE WE ABOUT TO EXPERIENCE A NEW CARRINGTON EVENT? No. AR3664 is indeed a 'Carrington-class' sunspot, but the CMEs it hurled toward Earth over the past few days are not as potent as the monster CME of Sept. 1, 1859. NOAA says we might experience a severe geomagnetic storm when the CMEs arrive this weekend. If geomagnetic storms were hurricanes, 'severe' would be category 4. The Carrington Event was category 5 or greater. So this is no Carrington Event. Even so, category 4 is pretty intense--if it happens. Stay tuned for some great auroras! Aurora alerts: SMS Text

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    THIS SUNSPOT IS HUGE: Sunspot AR3664 has grown so large, it is now rivals the great Carrington sunspot of 1859 in size and visual appearance. To illustrate their similarity, Carrington's famous sketch (to scale) has been added to a NASA picture of today's sun:

    latest_4096_HMIIF_carrington_strip_lab.jpg

    How big is AR3664? Sprawling almost 200,000 km from end to end, it is 15 times wider than Earth. You can see AR3664 through ordinary eclipse glasses with no magnification at all. Moreover, it is easy to project an image of this sunspot onto the sidewalk or a white screen just as Carrington did in the 19th century.

    Carrington's sunspot is famous because in August and Sept. 1859 it emitted a series of intense solar flares and CMEs. The resulting geomagnetic storms set fire to telegraph offices and sparked auroras from Cuba to Hawaii. The "Carrington Event" has since become a touchstone of space weather in pop culture, with headlines stoking fears of an "internet apocalypse" if it repeats. Recent studies suggest that Carrington-class storms occur once every 40 to 60 years, so we're overdue.

    Does this mean we're about to get hit by another Carrington Event? Probably not. Big sunspots don't always produce big CMEs. Indeed, the CME AR3664 hurled toward us earlier today is puny compared to the CMEs of 1859. It won't cause much trouble when it arrives this weekend. Nevertheless, it would be wise to keep an eye on this growing active region while Earth is in its strike zone. CME impact alerts: SMS Text

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    X-FLARE CHAMPION OF SOLAR CYCLE 25: Active sunspot AR3663 produced another X-flare today, an X1.0 category blast on May 8th (0145 UT). This makes it the most active sunspot of Solar Cycle 25 so far. Since May 3rd, the active region has tallied five X-flares, more than any other sunspot in the past 7 years. It may continue to run up the score as it approaches the sun's western limb later this week. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text

    "When the globe is covered, pour the golden light into the earth herself through a hole on the opposite side of the globe to yourself, until the golden ball becomes solid." Seraphin.



    Thank You Christ and Seraphin und Rosie


    Maybe it's because of DeepL. translation, but I don't understand what is meant by the hole on the other side.



    "When the globe is covered, pour the golden light into the earth herself through a hole on the opposite side of the globe to yourself, until the golden ball becomes solid." Seraphin.

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    DOUBLE CME STRIKE (UPDATED): Two CMEs struck Earth's magnetic field on May 2nd. Individually, the impacts were minor, but together they sparked a strong G3-class geomagnetic storm with auroras as far south as Washington in the USA. Another CME is expected to sideswipe Earth's magnetic field on May 4th. Aurora alerts: SMS Text


    Planetary K-index | NOAA / NWS Space Weather Prediction Center

    Thank you KAN DAEK <3

    A little about the situation here in Lower Saxony, Germany.

    After we had almost continuous rain since around August last year and extreme water accumulation everywhere in the meadows and fields, with a groundwater level equal to the earth's surface, there was a two-week break in the rain in March. Everything began to dry out a little, but before work could begin on the meadows and fields, it started raining again.

    This is a major challenge for farmers, especially when you consider that farmers have been working more and more towards “reliable” farming in recent years. Wet areas were drained using drainage pipes, and when it was too dry, the fields were watered. Instead of hay, haylage and silage were made, and so on. Farmers divided their work according to calendar weeks and there was less and less need to pay attention to nature, to work together with nature.

    This situation has changed everything here. The situation is so extreme that farmers have to adapt to natural conditions again.

    Dear KAN DEAK, I'm sorry, I have a “board in front of my head”, but what is meant by the abbreviations NG and JAB?

    The division in society that began during the corona crisis (vaccinated - unvaccinated) is coming to a head. It goes right through families. In my opinion, only the disclosure of the true situation and responsibilities can bring about a positive turnaround.


    Here in my area of Germany, the division caused by vaccination is not an issue. There is hardly any talk about corona at all, and if there is, it is from non-vaccinated people who associate certain diseases with the vaccination.

    I was also recently approached about some symptoms I had. When I said that I wasn't vaccinated, my counterpart was taken aback and said that it was the incoming energies.

    I was surprised, I hadn't expected this realization.


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    SIMULTANEOUS SOLAR FLARES: What are the odds? Yesterday, April 23rd (0330 UT), NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory detected four simultaneous explosions from widely-separated areas on the sun. Play the movie and pay attention to the circled areas:

    quad_teal_strip.jpg

    Play the movie!

    The quadruple blast included three sunspots (small circles) and a magnetic filament (big circle), all erupting within minutes of one another hundreds of thousands of kilometers apart. (The filament eruption is more obvious in this 304 Å movie.) Their combined X-ray output added up to category M3.4.

    Events like this are called "sympathetic solar flares"--that is, pairs of sunspots erupting at the same time even though they are far apart. Long ago, researchers assumed sympathetic flares must be a freak coincidence, but a 2002 study proved otherwise. Some sunspots are linked by nearly-invisible magnetic loops in the sun's corona. Instabilities can rapidly travel from one to another, creating a chain reaction of explosions.

    Yesterday's sympathetic flare was not a simple pair but a complex quartet covering much of the sun's Earth-facing hemisphere. It is reminiscent of the Great Eruption of August 1, 2010, which included more than a dozen shock waves, flares, and filament eruptions spanning 180 degrees of solar longitude.

    Will any of the debris hit Earth? SOHO coronagraph images of the blast are now available, but the results are unclear. Many faint overlapping CMEs can be seen leaving the sun in the hours after the quadruple eruption. If any are heading our way (a big IF), they would arrive on or about April 26th. CME impact alerts: SMS Text

    I tried to thank you for this, Raven, and it turned out to be a laughing face ... slip of the fingers. Thank you for relating your experiences. These are such wierd times, and many are under pressure, I feel, including myself. All part of wanting clarity and not being able to see it yet .... love Rosie

    Rosie, you can just go to another “React” and it will automatically swap

    Thanks Kan Daek, that's interesting