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Originally posted by Jazzscapez
reply to post by wavemaker
Please use a search engine for that question.
Im not here to discuss that issue.
They're are plenty of other threads about the pineal gland.
Ive been feeling it in my crown chakra alot too.
Its giving me headaches sometimes.... other times it feels wonderful
Its like the pressure changes depending on whats going on in the world.
EDIT: PLEASE EVERYONE IGNORE THE TROLLS
edit on 18-3-2011 by Jazzscapez because: (no reason given)
The electric comet is thus tied to the electric view of the Sun:
The Sun has an electric field and interacts electrically with comets and planets, including the Earth;
The Earth, like all of the planets, is a charged body;
The Sun is not powered by some mysterious, internal "nuclear furnace", but rather externally by electric currents flowing along the arms of the Milky Way; 99.9% of the universe consists of PLASMA, a conducting medium that has been found to exhibit strong electrical properties. All of space is teeming with charged particles;
All evidence for the electric comet is therefore evidence for the electric Sun and for the electrical nature of stars.
Originally posted by ziggyproductions05
I've felt that 'magnet' feeling on my 3rd eye. Its almost like a pulling type feeling. Also a lot of pressure in my head as well. I feel something big is coming and im just going to sit back & enjoy the ride
There will be no earthquakes or volcanoes,” Mr Wheeler told news.com.au, “unless they are to happen anyway". “(The Earth will experience) just a lower than usual low tide and a higher than usual high tide around the time of the event, but nothing to get excited about.” But try telling that to anyone who suffered through the New England hurricane in 1938, or the Hunter Valley floods of 1955. Both happened during lunar perigrees. Cyclone Tracy in 1974 and Hurricance Katrina in 2005 also coincided with SuperMoons, or at least, very close to