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It Was Right In Front of Our Eyes

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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:18 AM
Strange emissions by sun are mutating matter….

Things are different for sure. On a spiritual/esoteric note I've heard a voice once in '08, what I assume was Spirit, say "Herald the coming Son/sun." DNA is scientifically proven to mutate due to UV and radiation. Mutations have a negative connotation but they are also critical to evolution. In a nut shell, not only is our sun changing but so are we... for better or worse. There is no reason to fear change because ultimately it will better than before. Let us hope our illustrious leaders don't hide away from the change in their secret caverns only to come out to a population of ascended Light Beings. What a shame for them to miss the evolution because of fear. Odds are they won't even be able to perceive us at our new frequency/vibration without instruments. These are exciting times.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:22 AM
I'm in my 50's, have always lived in the same region and I definitely have NOT noticed a difference in the sun, nor in the color of the sun, nor in the color of light. It looks the same as it did when I was a kid. And cars got just as hot sitting in the sun back then as they do now. I remember when I started driving back in the 70's that getting into my car after it sat a few hours in the sun was unbearable. Sometimes I had to open the doors and wait outside for a few minutes before getting in. I'm guessing that people who are observing differences may have other factors at play, such as having moved to a different location from when they were kids, or their location has more pollution now then when they were younger (thus altering the apparent color of the sun/ sky), etc. If you had a light colored car when you were young and have a darker colored car now, your perception would be that it gets a lot hotter, but that would be due to the car and not the sun. Also we're much more tolerant of heat as kids, if you have kids then you've probably noticed that in the peak of the summer you're ready to go back inside long before they are. I remember that from when I was a kid too, the parents could not tolerate the heat like we could. One thing that I have noticed that hasn't been mentioned in this thread- there are far fewer stars visible at night than when I was a kid, but this is most likely due to light pollution rather than any environmental factor.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:44 AM
I noticed the light being too white for years now, when I say this to people they give me an odd look. (as usual)

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:50 AM
Well, if the sun is getting to you - move up to Washington State (Seattle area). We just came off of the coldest April ever recorded and in fact today we are "hoping" to reach 60 degrees for only the 6th time this year. As for the "color" of the sun and all of the people who believe that it's a different color and sepia tones of the past and all...I was born in 1965 and grew up in the 70's. Other than our horrible style of clothing (and hair), colors were exactly the same as they are today. Time seemed to go more slowly, but that's just a perception based on age. The older you get, the faster time seems to fly.

Regardless - we here in the Pacific Northwest would love to comment on the color of the sun but we haven't really had much of a chance to see it this year...

edit on 10-5-2011 by tallcool1 because: Specified Seattle area.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:51 AM
Very cool article, thanks for putting the work into posting that.
It's funny, just the other day I was outside with my friend and I actually asked her "Is there something different about the sun today? The light seems weird." I felt odd; very calm, but with the sense that something was off.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:51 AM
I would urge everyone to wear sunglasses at all times while outside during the day. Otherwise, you can damage the rods and cones in your eyes - which can lead to night blindness, which is obviously dangerous when driving at night.

I know people who never wore sunglasses who now have night vision problems. They don't "like" to drive at night. It's no wonder, they can't see!

As for the sun getting whiter, here's where I put on my tinfoil hat. Remember the threads about those earth-sized objects that are supposedly orbiting around the sun? The debunkers said these were nothing more than camera artifacts and what have you. Maybe these objects are real and maybe they are DOING something to the sun? Removing tinfoil hat in three, two, one....
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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:53 AM
I thought you ATSers motto was Deny Ignorance. For this to be the top thread the last day in a half is absolutely laughable.

The OP claims the sun is getting whiter and when he tested the sunlight with a prism it was missing the color red. I just took a prism in the sun and I got the normal spectrum of light as it has always been.

The sun hasn't changed at all.

I see 12 pages of people showing their ignorance. Thread Fail. ATS FAIL for leaving this as the number one thread.

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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:54 AM
I was shocked when I started to read the first post of this thread! I thought - finally, someone else has noticed it too!! I have always thought I was just imagining this!! Thank you! S&F!!!

The last years, perhaps at least 15, I have noticed the change of light. I live in northern Europe and believe me, we who live here are very much occupied with the few sun hours we can get!

The sun light is definitely whiter, more blue and even blinding nowadays. I have always thought that I felt this way since I also have some kind obsession with my very poor eye sight and have come to terms that my eye sight has changed when I age - I am not that old, btw...

I remember during the 70´s (I am born in the beginning of the 70´s) and the early 80´s that the light was more yellow, much warmer and softer. This can definitely be seen on every photo taken during this time and it is not due to the ageing of the photos! I have especially one photo, taken in the Norwegian mountains with quite a lot of snow, even in this photo the sun light is warm and yellow...

I read that several of you can remember how hard it was to get sunburned. It took some time but it was hard to get burned. It was also hard to get overheated in the sunlight. I started realizing this change explicitly during the early 90´. Now, I can´t hardly be in the sun at all. I get blinded by this whiteblueish light and my skin get totally hot.

Interesting to read all the theories about this - I am finally getting some answers!!

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:55 AM
I hope I'm not saying what someone else mentioned. could this be the motive behind chem trails..? An attempt to block out these changes?...just wondering..we see them spraying all the time ...clear day's never last always sprayed over with these trails...

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 10:58 AM

Originally posted by Shamatt
reply to post by lieth

As it goes, at the moment I am overflowing with energy, I am seeing my reiki teacher again on Thursday for some help. I will experiment with your sounds though, as they may help me gain some controll rather than just overload me?

i suppose working on freqyencies between 14,25 and 14,4375 should be the ones you need to focs on(back of the head, moving its way down towards the brainstem). this version of the male energies are specialised with controll/stability(anyone of negative polarity run these on overdrive)

228 (2,4) 230,4 and 114,4
dont overwork them...

this should do the trick, if i'm not mistaken. and ye, sorry for borrowing this thread(not 20 posts yet)
got about 100 other files waiting... posting all of them. yes. that would be hi-jacking this thread

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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:00 AM
reply to post by Ev0lveUp

During one of my psychology courses, I had a professor who commented on this exact issue. According to his research on the sun, the color change is an optical illusion. Sometime during the early 1970s, Earth's atmosphere started going through severe changes. As a result of escalating air pollution and environmental changes, the polluted atmosphere has altered our ability to see the natural colors of space.

Our Sun's color hasn't changed. Our atmosphere has changed due to pollution and environmental changes.

It s%cks.

When I was around the age of 5 (1981), I remember the sunlight being an orange-red. As a result of our recent volcano activity, the atmosphere is being filled with more geologically produced byproduct.

Its only going to get worse. We are going through a natural geological change, which Earth normally goes through every so many millennium.

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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:03 AM
Interesting but I assure you...the sun isn't least not fast enough for us to see it. These threads about the sun moving/shifting/changing color are a bit ridiculous because yes....the sun does change a bit everyday but its so slow that we wouldn't be able to perceive it.

The sun is billions of years old and at its mid-life point. It has billions of years left before it exhausts its fuel and fizzles out and expands into a red giant. Our tiny lives are but a mere fraction of a second in the sun's life. So how the hell could any one of us or even a few generations expect to see any major shift in the suns size or color?! Its ridiculous to think so. I have a very photographic memory too and the sun looks just the same as it did. Color shifts changes are way more likely due to increased pollution in the sky vs. when we were kids...anyone suggest that logical point?!

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:12 AM
reply to post by SavedOne

I'm in my 50's, have always lived in the same region and I definitely have NOT noticed a difference in the sun, nor in the color of the sun, nor in the color of light....

Aside from the variability of the sun I mentioned in my previous post (pg 11)

There are two other natural phenomena. One the fluid in the eye actually changes color with age! Second pollution. The USA had very polluted are in the 1960's (SMOG) it was cleaned up. Now we are getting more polution again coming to us from China.

A friend in Alaska was complaining bitterly about the amount of smog drifting in from China and it is showing up in the snow in the Arctic!

WASHINGTON, D.C. April 20, 2011 - The Arctic has been warming rapidly over the last century – about twice the global average – and black carbon soot may be to blame, according to an international team of scientists who have begun a month-long research project to study the impact of black carbon particles in the vulnerable region. Scientists from the US, Norway, Russia, Germany, Italy, and China have come together to collect data on black carbon pollution...

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:18 AM
your thread seems to pointing at the Sun as the actual cause of a 'different' blended spectrum of Light...
what if the Suns fusion processes have not changed

and it's just the atmosphere itself that is screening out the 'red' frequency of the spectrum...

HAARP charging of the Ionosphere just may be the filtering device causing the visible spectrum of Sun Light to be different today than when i was younger.

has any effort gone into analysing the light from the Sun from space instead of the Earths' surface...
lets do some actual research instead of creating a story based on subjectivity

thanks for the read.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:24 AM

Originally posted by Wide-Eyes
reply to post by simone50m

I have seen lots of Robins this year if that helps.

I am in UK, East Midlands.

Wow! me too what does that mean? I see so many Robins here in Michigan it's not even funny.

I have one that made a nest on my porch light, which is very odd because they typically make their nests away from people, this nest I could touch every day I walk out my front door.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:39 AM
If anything, it can only be the human perception of the wavelengths that is changing. Red is a wavelength in the electromagnetic spectrum along with infrared which precedes red. If the sun weren't producing red anymore, it would be logical to say that its not producing heat anymore either.

Nope, the sun is still producing all wavelengths, and I still see the color red.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:40 AM
But is it a change in the Suns output of light or just our ability to perceive certain colors? I have a sever Red-Green color blindness so my ability to distinguish many colors in that spectrum have always been off, but I've noticed over the past few years that many things have taken on a new viberance. The sky is bluer, the grass is greener, etc. Colors just seem to pop more than they did before.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:40 AM
Yes...I noticed the sun being brighter and whiter 3 years ago. I remember saying this to a friend and he agreed something was different.

I remember the sun being much more yellow back in the day.

Nice to see I´m not the only one who noticed this.

Very interesting thread.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:41 AM
I haven't noticed anything, but I am colorblind so that really doesn't mean anything.

posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:59 AM
reply to post by wakeUpOrDie

such a ironic name there, but I disagree with you the sun has changed, it's waking up (our sun has a cycle you know..) and we're starting to experience effects on our Earth from these changes.
, you don't have to believe me, but just wait when the solar storms starting hitting more often and more violently.

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