Seechi photos recently show Earth appeared to be freed from its spinning pole, March 11, 2014, refer to photo above. Is it now free to travel to the HUMAN FREE ZONE?
My theory: It’s possible a portal is forming or shall we say a gateway is opening in which the solar system or Earth, on it’s own, is able to re-calibrate and relocate into the HUMAN FREE ZONE.
Perhaps it is no surprise, then, that bright auroras were observed on both Sept. 11th and 12th.
Ole Salomonsen photographed the photo below from the window of an airplane just before sunrise in Norway:
EARTH’s MAGNETIC FIELD RINGS LIKE A BELL:
Rob Stammes has been monitoring magnetic pulsations in Norway for years. “They seem to occur most often around the equinoxes,” he says.
In the Lofoten Islands of Norway Stammes operates a magnetic observatory. 24 hours a day, he measures the strength and direction of the local magnetic field as well as electrical currents running through the ground.
In other words, in our atmosphere are strong magnetic and ground current pulsations. During geomagnetic storms, Stammes chart recordings go haywire.
On Sept. 12th, something different happened. They rang like a bell:
“During the morning and especially around noon, sinusoidal pulsations appeared on my instruments,” says Stammes. “The period was close to 115 seconds. Pc4-Pc5 pulsations.”
These are natural ultra-low frequency oscillations known to researchers as “pulsations continuous” (Pc). The physics is familiar to anyone who has studied bells or resonant cavities. Earth’s magnetic field carves out a cavity in the surrounding solar wind. Pressure fluctuations in the solar wind can excite wave modes in this cavity much like Stammes observed. References: #1, #2, #3.
The magnetic oscillations of Sept. 12th were Pc4 waves; in other words, their frequencies fell in the range 6.7–22 mHz. Pc4 waves, and their even lower frequency cousins Pc5 waves (1.7–6.7 mHz), can have an energizing influence on particles in Earth’s inner magnetosphere because the waves resonate with the natural motion of particles around the geomagnetic field. (Source SpaceWeather.com)
A Fluid Solar System: Recalibrating to the HUMAN FREE ZONE
It’s possible our Solar System is recalibrating to the HUMAN FREE ZONE.
It is believed that the belt of Orion leads us to Sirius, the Dog Star System.
In September, according to EarthSky:
“notice Orion’s Belt, which consists of a short, straight row of medium-bright stars. Just draw a line through Orion’s Belt and extend that line toward the horizon. You’ll easily spot Sirius, the sky’s brightest star.
Sirius is in the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog. It’s often called the Dog Star.
There are no planets brighter than the star Sirius in the September 2016 morning sky. Although the planets Jupiter and Venus are brighter than Sirius, Jupiter is now lost in the glare of the setting sun, and Venus shines for only a brief while after sunset. Once again, use Orion’s Belt to locate Sirius in the southeast sky.
2 Reminders of pivot-able points during September:
1. September 15: Lyra
Lyra, the harp, stands high overhead on September evenings. It forms a small, faint diamond. To find it, look for Lyra’s most prominent star, Vega, which is just off one point of the diamond. It shines pure white.
2. September 16: Harvest Moon
The Moon is in Pisces. As the full Moon closest to the September equinox, it’s known as the Harvest Moon. In times past, its light helped farmers harvest their crops.
According to SpaceWeather.com:
SHADOWY ECLIPSE OF THE HARVEST MOON:
According to folklore, this Friday’s full moon is the Harvest Moon–a bright orb that shines down on the ripening fields of the northern hemisphere, allowing farmers to harvest their crops late into the night. The Harvest Moon of Sept. 16th won’t be as bright as usual, though. It’s going to pass through Earth’s shadow, producing a penumbral lunar eclipse.
A penumbral eclipse happens when the Moon passes through the pale outskirts of Earth’s shadow. It is much less dramatic than a total lunar eclipse. In fact, when observers are not alerted beforehand, they often do not realize an eclipse is underway. Nevertheless, the subtle shadow of Earth is visible to the naked eye if you know it’s there. Larry Koehn of ShadowandSubstance.com has created an excellent animation of the event.
The eclipse will not be visible in the Americas. Observers there can enjoy the Harvest moonlight, undimmed, while watching the eclipse unfold elsewhere in the realtime photo gallery.