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Solar Update: Filament Eruption, Earthquake Watch

Incoming filament eruption and dna activations for well grounded souls…If you can get past the language of fear, religious programming and Tier Two science fairy tales…these are good reports for people who understand the basics.

Earth Changes

2014 Perseid Meteor Shower visible TONIGHT

NASA detected at least five fireballs over the weekend, officially starting the Perseid meteor shower. This shower is the most active of the year, peaking August 11-13, and… 254 more words

Space Weather

NASA sounds red alert over solar flare that nearly wiped out human civilization two summers ago

By Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

(NaturalNews) The news you are about to read should be front page news everywhere. There is arguably nothing more important to humanity’s survival than the alarming facts presented in this report from NASA, yet most of the world pretends this event never happened in 2012, and they falsely assume it won’t happen again. 1,697 more words

News/ Current Events

Space Weather "The next frontier for the human race" by Susan Joy Rennison *VIDEO*

Note: Susan’s presentation explains a lot about the upheaval and all the changes unfolding over the last couple of years, and she also presents evidence for the “end times” scenario and what that implies. 580 more words

Spirituality

From SPACE.com: " Huge Solar Storm of 2012 Would Have Sparked Calamity on Earth"

SPACE.com

July 29, 2014
Elizabeth Howell

If a huge solar eruption in 2012 had hit the Earth, the effects would have been so devastating that we’d still be recovering two years later, scientists working on several new studies conclude. 654 more words

Space.com

A THEMIS Report

A thin layer of cold, dense material called the plasmasphere surrounds Earth. Researchers using data from THEMIS have found that material in the plasmasphere can help prevent particles from the sun crossing into near Earth space. 43 more words

Science

Here Comes The Sun

Today’s post comes from Congressman Loomis Beechly, representing Minnesota’s 9th District – all the water surface area in the state.

Greetings, Constituents,

I’m deeply alarmed, as I’m sure you are, about news of the latest unprovoked and senseless attack to be launched in such a careless way it could have had serious repercussions for a great many people. 681 more words

Congressman Beechly