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Extreme Super Moon & Current Rise in sun Activity: Effects on earth

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posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 10:06 PM

Originally posted by Neilc1972
Those who believe in horoscopes might be. Some astrologers (not astronomers) say this natural wonder signals the beginning of a "moonageddon," coinciding with enormous storms, earthquakes and floods. Kit Karson at Psychic Cosmos further predicts that the financial markets could collapse as prices surge into "panic mode."

both wild speculation AND complete bollocks

it was a well put together thread, you obviously put a lot of time and effort in to it, why ruin it?

like I said before that is a quote from the article linked above it to show what the MSM shows as the basis of the sun and moon affecting the earth and it is NOT.

Originally posted by Neilc1972

Aug. 29, 2005 10 days after Sept. 21 1938 3 weeks after February 1955 2 months after

now had these events happened at the same time as the supermoon it might have held a bit more water, but 2 months after the event thats pushing it a bit dont you think?

Did you not do the math I posted all of the Perigee for the dates they listed in the article.

here is the link it should show exactly where I wrote them down.

this is what the article says, (which is wrong)

Aug. 29, 2005 10 days after

looking for the perigee I found that the date of perigee was actually on Aug 19 - 2005
29 - 19 = 10... from the article with the wrong date. we know the flood happened on the day of perigee.

but that is not my main point like i said in the OP the moon has an effect on us all the time so its affect is different as it gets closer and further away Perigee and Apogee.

we also have to take into account where the disaster was compared to the moon.

I am not saying the moon is going to create a tidal wave that will destroy the world or and earthquake swarm that cannot be stopped...
I believe the TORQUE I highlighted in the articles with real evidence that I think you are overlooking. that torque has effects of stress and over time that has an effect, also notice the events are becoming more frequent and closer to the perigee, likewise the apogee will have some effect on the earth.

I understand your concern but I do not think I ruined my thread by showing what mainstream media/science thinks of good solid research NOT astrology.

posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 10:38 PM
Is a super moon a separate moon or the same moon renamed?

posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 11:22 PM
Very well put together post W1ll. I too have been trying to find the cause of mega quakes for some time. I believed that it had to do with the obliquities of the Earth's orbit and the moon. They follow a repeating pattern and at certain times produce abnormal torque on the rotational axis. Add in to the equation the greater stress of higher than average tides and I believed that I had found the correct combination of stressors to trigger these events. Sadly, just like trying to predict next weeks weather accurately it only produces a possibility of an event and never a deffinative. The Oregon clusters could be a signal of relief of stress in the Cascadia fault or that it is ready to snap. My guess is there will be some activity from this supermoon but not where expected. Perhaps Alaska, Haiti, or Madagascar. All I know is that my model is completely out of sync with actual events so I have admitted defeat for now.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 12:44 AM
Great post S&F thank you W1LL.

I am not sure why people (ridicule) astrologers. Astrology is the oldest science known to mankind.

Sometimes people forget about the concept of what we call science, science is all about (observations + making notes and passing over the new found data to the newer generations) and astrology is all about OBSERVATIONS.

Thanks again mate.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 12:49 AM
Thanks for the post! I have been wondering what's going on lately. I have noticed the last couple of nights that the moon is almost fully waned and I can still see the full dark shape of the moon. This struck me as even more unusual because my eye sight has gotten really bad over this last year and I do not wear glasses but I can see the full shape of the moon with only a sliver lit up by the sun. Or am I just an average ATS fraidy cat?

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 04:26 AM
Here is another article about this so called 'Supermoon'

So what will this mean to you? Nothing at all. The Moon will be a few percent bigger in the sky, but your eye won’t really be able to tell the difference. It will also be a few percent brighter, but your eye will compensate for this too, so altogether this “Supermoon” will look exactly the same as it always does when it’s full.

As to all of those soothsayers claiming that there will be earthquakes and tidal waves. There very well might be, but they’ll be nothing at all to do with the Moon

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 04:47 AM
reply to post by pazcat

Not sure I agree with your post but I LOVE your avatar!
Takes me back...
edit on 10-3-2011 by 5senses because: add

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 05:18 AM
S n F to the OP. Great info

Active Volcanoes; Plate Tectonics and the Ring of Fire map ones.htm

Dis-informers are SU*^^&*(kSsss

edit on 10-3-2011 by leeangqi because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 05:38 AM
reply to post by 5senses

Well, just throwing another hat in the ring. It's always best to look at it from as many angles as possible.
Although I do happen to agree with it

And cheers about the avatar, extra points for guessing where it's from

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 05:55 AM
To the "Super Moon" event we must add the Saturn-Jupiter opposition.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 06:05 AM
This is such an incredible thing to ponder. I wonder what effect this is having on Human behavior, especially as I watch the news with all the madness and revolts going on. Also, I live by the ocean in the tropics and can't wait to see if this has any noticeable effect on the tides. There is so much more to what is happening in our world than what meets the eye.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 06:27 AM

Originally posted by SlovenlyGhost
This is probably the best thread I've read in the last couple of days. Totally Fascinating stuff

I agree with Slovenly

OP awesome thread! I wonder if this super moon will cause any planetary problems around it's show date

I have always enjoyed reading about the moon and its affect on us in different phases. This interest sparked from my work with Moon magic and crystals. I was very into the moon phases and the energies of the moon at different times of the month and year. It was really fascinating to read about. Different phases really do affect many different things on the planet. I hope nothing happens this time, this world doesn't need another natural disaster anywhere.

If the moon wasn't there we wouldn't be here. It's wierd how many people don't realize just how much the moon and sun affect us on this little blue planet called Earth.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 06:42 AM
Some facts i put in a vid!

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 07:41 AM
reply to post by pazcat

Until yesterday I had never heard of a supermoon, amazing that you can still learn something new everyday, although, you have to admit the moon does generate some influence over us, as it controls the tides, oh and lets not forget the ladies, our cycles are supposed to be linked to the moon, so at best we are probably in for some bad ass PMS lol

BTW is your avatar form "Life on Mars " ?
edit on 10-3-2011 by solargeddon because: Typos

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 07:41 AM
Hi OP!

Interesting info. Some of it was a bit confusing for it starts off talking about Super Moons and how there hasnt been one of those in 20 years...then kinda drifts into perigee stuff and lists dates that were in the last 20 years. But over all...the main info about the Super Moon is interesting.

Moon phases are debated still to this day of 'when for sure is full moon' and 'when for sure will there be the new sighting of the new crescent'. I have seen this personally for this month because some sites show it will be full on the 19th...and some show full moon on the 20th. The reason I am interested in the full moon date is because if its on the 20th...then we have a full moon on our spring equinox.

Any which way...looks like we will have a nice big moon on the Equinox.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 07:50 AM

Originally posted by 1MrMarc
Thanks for the post! I have been wondering what's going on lately. I have noticed the last couple of nights that the moon is almost fully waned and I can still see the full dark shape of the moon. This struck me as even more unusual because my eye sight has gotten really bad over this last year and I do not wear glasses but I can see the full shape of the moon with only a sliver lit up by the sun. Or am I just an average ATS fraidy cat?

Its not waning...its waxing. Hence, we will be at full moon around the 19th or 20th. Sometimes we can see the full shape of the moon during the waxing crescent phase. If you look at pics when the Moon crescent gets lit up on the bottom will see in alot of those you can outline the whole moon. We have had a 'smiling' moon this month instead of the more normal seen moon that shines on its side. Also known as 'horned moon' and 'Wet moon' when the bottom side of the moon is lit up.

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 07:51 AM
Hey guys I am at work so may have missed something while reading and dodging the boss! However, one point is confusing me.
If the last super moon was in 2005 and they come about every 20 years surely that would make that would make the next one due in 2025.

Did I miss the explanation or is some data wrong here?
Thanks in advance & really looking forward to seeing it


posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 07:55 AM
reply to post by solargeddon

Probably because the term 'supermoon' has only been used recently to add a bit of sensationalism to an otherwise mundane article. Terms like perigee don't seem to catch the readers attention as much as 'supermoon' can.
No doubt it does have some affects on us though and the tides, although because the moon and the sun are going to be pulling at the Earth from opposite directions it should cause a weakening of the tides.

And nope, not from Life on Mars

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 07:58 AM
reply to post by pazcat

So the sun has influence on the tides too ?

Like the fact you didn't touch the whole female PMS thing, very wise lol, although I don't think I'm hormonal...... yet

So if not Life on Mars then give us a clue

posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 08:04 AM
reply to post by solargeddon

Yep, the Suns effects are not as strong as the Moons though.

The tides are caused mainly by the gravitational attraction of the moon and the earth, but there is also a gravitational attraction between the earth and the sun. The effect of the sun upon the tides is not as significant as the moon’s effects. Basically, the sun’s pull can heighten the moon’s effects or counteract them, depending on where the moon is in relation to the sun.

A good link with diagrams and such.

And I wouldn't possible touch on that one. Not my area so to speak.

No clues, sorry

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