It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.


Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.


New ATS Member Claiming To Have Important Warning/Information. You Be The Judge...

page: 40
<< 37  38  39    41  42  43 >>

log in


posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 12:31 PM
reply to post by Robin Marks

Robin, I love reading your posts. Always makes me laugh....and wonder.

I still don't know how I feel for sure. I agree with your analysis...but that doesn't necessarily mean that the tracks we were put on don't lead anywhere.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 01:39 PM
Here's a go at a BIG picture possibility which does relate to the precession of the equinox. And btw, I'm just thinking out loud, this had my mind running full speed.


The standard theory of precession says it is principally the Moon’s gravity acting upon the oblate Earth that must be the cause of the Earth’s changing orientation to inertial space, a.k.a. the ‘precession of the equinox’. However, ancient sources say the observable of an equinox slowly moving or ‘precessing’ through the twelve constellations of the zodiac is simply due to the motion of the solar system through space (changing our viewpoint from Earth).

So the idea is that common belief says that the wobble that creates the precession of the equinox is due to the moon's gravity acting on the Earth. An alternative theory being brought to the table in this article, is that the wobble is due to the solar system moving through space and not so much the moon.

Here at the Binary Research Institute, we have modeled a moving solar system and found it does indeed better produce the precession observable and resolves a number of solar system anomalies such as the uneven distribution of angular momentum within the solar system and the variable rate of precession. Beyond the technical considerations, a moving solar system might provide a logical reason why we have a Great Year with alternating Dark and Golden Ages. That is, if the solar system carrying the Earth actually moves in a huge orbit, subjecting the Earth to the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum of another star or EM source along the way, we could expect this would affect our magnetosphere, ionosphere and indirectly all life in a pattern commensurate with that orbit. Just as the Earth’s smaller diurnal and annual motion’s produce the cycles of day and night and the seasons (both due to the Earth’s changing position in relation to the EM spectrum of the Sun), so might the larger celestial motion be expected to produce a cycle that affects life and consciousness on a grand scale.
*Bold is mine

So the difficulty in pinpointing what the commonality is among all the changes we are seeing might be because it's what our solar system is flying through/around/near? Since we can't personally fly outside of the solar system and take a peek, we are limited to what information we have about something on that scale. But if it's affecting Earth, we would expect to see similar changes in the other planets in the solar system as well as the sun, correct? (Is it safe to assume that?) And are we seeing similar changes?

The hypothesis for how consciousness would be affected in such a celestial cycle builds on the work of Dr. Valerie Hunt, the former professor of physiology at UCLA. In a number of studies she has found that changes in the ambient EM field (that surrounds us all the time) can dramatically affect human cognition and performance. In short, consciousness is affected by immersion in EM fields.
*Bold is mine.

The article is more focused on the overall change of ages from Dark to Golden and the affects on human consciousness, but the research done to have that discussion may fit within our discussion too.

If the changes in the EM field can "dramatically affect human cognition and performance" then does also relate to animals? Birds going off usual migratory routes, animals acting strange & freaking out? Revolutions? After all, it isn't specifying (in this article at least) that the changes are necessarily nice ones.

Is the flux enough in the ionosphere & magnetosphere to be having any sort of effect on the earthquakes, volcanoes, weather etc.? So just how many anomalies & observations that many people have been reporting through various threads all over the discussion boards (especially the last 9 months) might be potentially contributed to this?

And since it relates to the article, I just have to throw this out there for something to chew on: Are prophecies really prophecies...or a working knowledge during the Golden Ages of this larger cycle and just a known thing that goes like clock-work? (And that at that time, they are even aware that we'll forget and think it's a bunch of garbage?)

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 02:15 PM
reply to post by onthelookout

Okay, so I made the (mistake?) of following a couple of links on just the last page (39) of this monster thread. I have been staying at the back of the room, so to speak, for the last few days due to other obligations and my sanity. (I need to sleep sometimes


I knew I had thought about resonance and other forms of energy in regards to earthquakes before. I have just read SO much stuff in the last couple of years, that I swear sometimes I will be reading a post and it'll seem like the first time and then I realize it is MINE. (does anyone else do this? PLEASE say yes....

Here is an example. I followed StealthyKats link to the thread TA started earlier this year in regards to some odd recordings in Arkansas. Well, that started a great converstation that brough ME around to a theory regarding scalar waves. Now, I want to emphasize that this is a Puterman already weighed in on as not quite least not based on the info supplied with the website I linked. Keeping that in is that link:

Longitudinal scalar EM waves

Here is the ATS thread TrueAmerican started that lead to the discussion.

I urge those interested in the thread to read through that OP and the replies. You will see some similarities (I think) to our discussion here, in some of the oddities that we have found.

As to your post, Onthelookout.....again, yet one more link/article to help us grasp the concept that we are, indeed in a much larger ecosystem than we generally believe.

(edit to emphasize where I go off on one of my creative tangents

I think it very possible for our cycles to be impacted on the scale of the solar-system.

BUT...while we HAVE to keep this in mind when looking at the question of predicting order for my brain to grasp it, I have to APPLY it at a much smaller scale. For example:

*I believe that the earths cycles are impacted by the cycle of our solar system, AND
*I therefore believe that the sun/moon directly impacts the way our earth behaves AND
*in so much that the cycles of moon and the solar flare/winds/radiation of the sun affect our ionosphere AND
*The EM waves and ionosphere have an affect on the RESONANCE of the mantle/plates AND
*this resonance interacts with the energy/waves/resonance of very water in the rocks of the tectonic plates AND
*the resonance/solid or liquid state of the magma residing whithin the mantle/plates of the earth AND
*this resonance/energy/waves may be measurable in a multitude of ways to THEN
*trace back to its source OR follow outwards to a PATTERN that then intersects to PINPOINT.....

WHERE the energy is going to be released.

PHEW....did that make anykind of sense to anyone ese?????

edit on 21-9-2011 by westcoast because: (no reason given)

edit on 21-9-2011 by westcoast because: (no reason given)

edit on 21-9-2011 by westcoast because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 02:36 PM
Okay...back already. Because I just looked at the map of the US and we are lighting up again. I looked at the most recent quakes around LA and I noticed that out of the couple of dozen of new quakes so far today, these last few are deeper than usuall:

Quake list

(It's doing that wide spaced posting again, so I just linked it.....)

To sum it up, there have several quakes at or near 2.0 at depths of 14-25 km deep in the vicinity of LA

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 03:11 PM

Originally posted by LogiosHermes27
reply to post by westcoast

Nothing bad will happen until your news confirms a tropical storm that starts with 'H‘, when they name the storm ,1 or 2 days after that, a volcano will erupt, and after that, you need to pray, and I will also pray ,that I am dead wrong.

Directed to..LogiosHermes27
I was watching the weather channel and heard the new Tropical storm was named(Hilary)...When I heard this I remembered your post (above). Can you tell me/us how you came to know/think this or was it just a hunch that something will now happen? Or maybe your just pulling our legs a (I hope)..

WC, Stealthy and others, Great Thread!! Lots of information here I have learned much..So addicting..I have been reading everyday, several times a day.

What do you all think about this? Prediction? Just curious..
edit on 21-9-2011 by lyons666 because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 04:15 PM
reply to post by lyons666

LOL...I pretty much ignored this post for several reasons, one of which being that we just don't get tropical storms on the West coast. However. If you look at this forecast map:

Forecast map

It doesn't take too much imagination to see it having an affect on Southern California.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 04:35 PM
reply to post by lyons666

I just hope i am wrong.

Bad storm
And a very very big fire or explosion.

IT will be the storm and day of the century that alot of people will never ever forget.

I hope out of all my predictions that this one is wrong or misleading,i hope.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 04:48 PM
I checked out the forecast map of the storm. Lots of lines going in many directions. Very unpredictable where it may go and what it might turn into.
I will be keeping an eye on this one closely, my kids live in southern ca...uggg which is also why I have stayed with this thread..
Anyway, I too hope this doesn't turn bad.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 04:53 PM
reply to post by lyons666

'They are calling it the storm of Hades'

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 04:56 PM
reply to post by LogiosHermes27

Who/what is calling it that..and OMG...

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 05:03 PM

Originally posted by lyons666
reply to post by LogiosHermes27

Who/what is calling it that..and OMG...

In my vision the newswoman said

‘And they are calling it the storm of Hades’

And then a plane appeared and an angel

Then the sky opened up spewing fire/lava.

I doubt the news people would actually call a storm Hades, so that’s why I just said ‘H’

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 05:24 PM
reply to post by LogiosHermes27

Tropical storms are named according to a list. The lists for each region and each year are published well in advance and readily available. Naming conventions for storms vary from region to region, but for Pacific and Atlantic storms they usually follow an alphabetical sequence (minus "Q" and "U").

Anyway, here's a link to the Worldwide Tropical Cyclone Names page at the (US) National Hurricane Center.

(In case anyone wonders, a tropical cyclone is the same as a hurricane or a typhoon. What they are called is just a matter of where in the world they occur.)

Okay, returning to the main topic, I'd like to again express my appreciation for the brilliant input on this thread by so many. I wish I had something intelligent or useful to add but at the present time can't think of anything much, beyond saying that there must be very complex interactions of forces at play in our world that have not been even considered yet with any degree of seriousness by the scientific community. Whatever you (any of you!) come up with that might be relevant to the matter at hand, it's worth mentioning. Chaos, synchronicity, precognition (or "gut feelings" to give it another term in some cases), whatever seems relevant probably is.

Best regards and good night from here (as it's well past midnight),


edit on 21/9/11 by JustMike because: I missed something. I nearly always miss something.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 05:42 PM
Hey everyone....when you can, could you check out the post I just made here, and tell me your thoughts? Am I way off base?

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 05:46 PM
reply to post by JustMike

HEY THANKS,very imformative information.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 06:28 PM
We are showing increased radiation here in the U.S. because of the Fukishima problems? Nasa announced a satellite is going to be falling out of space for some reason? Our solar system is coming into some type of stellar planetary allignment in 2012? Increased Earthquakes and Volcanic activity, Global warming. Large impact craters on the moons side facing us that are filled with lava from ancient times. Lemuria? Atlantis? Four previous large civilizations have come and gone from the face of the earth according to the indians vocal history? Archeologists find more and more evidence of ancient civilizations that disapeared mysteriously? The super continents of the world seem to fit together like puzzle pieces that were broken apart by some huge event? The U.S. is basicly shutting down NASA's manned space flights? Was the Y2k scare just a test to see how humanity would react to the possibility of a chaotic event? Hmmm ? Is there something going on here or is it just me? Oh well, probably just my imagination.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 07:05 PM
I apologize for the delay with information. There has been a lot of newly developed concepts over the last few days. Worked all weekend, which is somewhat uncharacteristic without having a major event occurring. Here's the latest information:

This comes from the top research geologists. After reconsidering the previous assumptions, the prevailing school of thought is that we should expect a "substantial event" within the next 30 to 45 days. I'm paraphrasing from our most recent MB, (this morning), however the top brass is now considering how to inform the masses. The emphasis right now will take the form of a steady increase in PSA's in the region coupled with a lead up to what's called "The Great California Shake Out". You'll hear more, you'll see more, about this routine drill than you have ever before. Both USGS and Washington agree that this will be a "subtle yet aggressive" effort to prepare as many people without disclosing a full blown, "one of a kind", sanctioned warning.

I'll keep you posted. The data I've seen, which is limited, is quite impressive. Leaps and bounds over previous research I have been privy to. They are expecting steady foreshocks over the next 30 days as well, so please be watching the regional S.C. area only. Quoted from today's MB, "people who are aware will begin to notice something is unusual".

Be prepared, stay alert.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 07:08 PM
reply to post by tmiddlebrook36

We wondered where you went

Thanks for the new info. We shall remain ever vigilant. You take care my friend!

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 07:11 PM
reply to post by tmiddlebrook36

Thank you for your new post. Much appreciated. I'm interested that they now seem to be looking at a longer time window. However, your comments that there will be increased efforts to subtly inform/prepare the public are something that at least can be independently observed as time goes on and that is always useful to help in establishing credibility.

Best regards,


posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 07:18 PM
reply to post by tmiddlebrook36

Sounds like "the ring of fire" is becoming more active again.

posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 07:22 PM
reply to post by tmiddlebrook36

What does the research show regarding the Garlock fault line?

Should we be watching that in particular?

top topics

<< 37  38  39    41  42  43 >>

log in