Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Solar Shifts - Solar Rays

SOHO, the Solar & Heliospheric Observatory, is a project of international collaboration between ESA and NASA to study the Sun from its deep core to the outer corona and the solar wind.

SOHO was launched on December 2, 1995. In recent years there has been frenetic activity to observe the sun and its solar cycles, flares, and cosmic radiation. It's almost as if there is some 'fear' about what the sun may do in the near future.

These pictures show the sun's cycle from 1996-2006, with the front image showing 2001 when the sun spot activity was at its peak. I blogged previously about the solar cycle starting a new 11-year solar cycle which is to peak at the end of 2012... it's almost as if the sun - our Solar Ra - is going through its own transformation...

Yet it's not as if the recent increases in cosmic/solar radiation has any effect upon human DNA and evolutionary change, now is it? And so this would have no relationship with the attempt to put chemicals in our atmosphere ('chemtrails') in a bid to reflect back this radiation, is it?

I mean, what has the manipulation and alteration of the ionosphere via HAARP and ELF radiation got to do with the sun's rays anyway?? Doubt if I know....

And now this - according to a Cosmos article titled 'Binary 'deathstar' has Earth in its sights' it appears that 'a rotating binary star system is a ticking time bomb, ready to throw out a searing beam of high-energy gamma rays – and Earth may be right in the line of fire'

Mmm... more potential gamma rays: the future's so bright I gotta wear shades... as the song goes.

My future is in my intention to remain positive and optimistic at all times - and to enjoy as much sunbathing as possible - 'C'mon baby light my cells' as the song goes...


By the way - here is an update here on the Lunar Ark - 'Mankind's secrets kept in lunar ark' - see my earlier post on this subject here.


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