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Reasons why I believe the sun is more luminous and why it matters to you

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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by ColAngus

Originally posted by shortsticks
It's kind of pointless at this point to try and explain to the likes of you.


In my experience, when someone pulls the "you wouldn't understand so I'm not going to explain it" card, it means they've been skunked.

How are you posting so prolifically if you're down to your last penny? I'm just trying to understand here.

edit on 5-4-2012 by ColAngus because: (no reason given)


I would have to agree with this comment.

Speaking down to other people on ATS just results in a thread going down the tubes and getting closed by the staff here on ATS.

It's fine to make a point, but when someone resorts to condescending replies it most likely receives the same.


Now back on topic.


Without proof, facts, or links has anyone noticed the difference in the suns brightness? (Personal Perspectives)
edit on 5-4-2012 by Realtruth because: (no reason given)




posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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reply to post by shortsticks
 

About the "blue," it was indeed around yesteryear. Back in the 70s and 80s, I'd look up at the sun really quickly and see the "blue." I believe I was told that it happened/happens because the receptors in our eyes are overloaded by the sun's stellar luminosity. In fact, an older friend of mine would draw her pictures with a blue sun in them. I asked her why. She said because when you look at the sun, it looks blue. Of course, I continued making my suns traditional yellow.

However, just because we're told that the sun is yellow and that blue is nothing but overloaded receptors doesn't mean that there isn't something to the entire "blue" aspect. Still, I think it's overloaded receptors, and know from experience that it's not anything new. Also, NASA has captured video of the sun, filtered to allow for details, and the sun does not appear blue. That being said, NASA is also infamous for doctoring color (the surface and sky of Mars are not as red as NASA has led us to believe; and, NASA has faked/altered so many photographs throughout its history that it simply cannot be trusted at face value). That being said, the images of the sun from NASA do not seem to be doctored, generally.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by shortsticks
reply to post by TheProphetMark
 


exactly and like I already said, this is the movement or reason I should say to keep children indoors. the direct consequence is having ADD children, the alternative being all of our kids having skin cancer.


You mentioned consistency in your beliefs, so how is your statement above consistent with this?


Originally posted by shortsticks
I'm 99.99999999999% certain that

no one (100% of everybody) will survive.


Who cares about ADD and skin cancer when everyone's going to be dead in 8 months?



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by ColAngus
reply to post by MamaJ
 


You know I was addressing the OP. He's stated he believes this event will occur on 12/21/12 and that 99.9999999% of the population will be destroyed.

Regardless, thanks for your personal responses to those questions. I haven't lost a child as you described, but I have lost a parent very much like that. Take that as you wish.


My apologies.... It was in bold with reply to me.


I have lost many loved ones in different ways. It changed me and how I view life. Not many people I run into have been through a lot of trauma and the ones who have will agree.... they perceive things around them differently. I notice a cool breeze or a butterfly as something more now. I respect mother nature and know that although I don't know a whole lot.... what I do know is life goes on and does not have an end. Outside space and time there is an incomprehensible amount of life.

The human race is in its infant stage of evolution on a spiritual level. I don't take anyone's word for something unless I have validated it myself. I do have an open mind now so all is fair game until I prove it to be true or false for myself.

Although the OP does not have a lot of pictures and links .....what he says is on the right track to what our leaders know and have leaked out to the world without a full fledged confession that would indeed cause mass chaos like we have never seen before. Maybe eventually they will. I doubt it. lol

The Sun has changed.

The Earth is changing.

The other planets are also changing.

One may argue as I have... change is constant. While this is true there are changes...and then there are more drastic changes.

We are and will continue to experience drastic changes within each of us and with Earth IF we continue to receive mass amounts of energy with the state the Earth is now in. The particles that are coming from the Interstellar and the Sun are different than we are accustomed to. It is needed though in our evolution as far as I can tell.

I personally do not think we will have one massive event that wipes us all away. I think its possible we may experience mind altering events. We may experience events in concert that are jaw dropping to say the least. I just don't know. I can only speculate based on the evidence I have seen thus far.

Signs of major change may be but not limited to...

The continents will eventually come unglued and volcanoes will continue to go off in concert and we will continue to have bad/weird weather and the noises and booms will continue. We will see bright lights that do not come from thunderstorms. We will continue to see weird clouds and fireballs. We may even see UFO's in abundance IF our senses enhance due to this energy. Don't take anyone's word for it especially mine.... research it yourself and prove to yourself everything is still "normal". Research the Interstellar and everything you can find on it that you deem credible. Seek knowledge in regards to the changes of the Sun, atmosphere, and even the human being. Notice changes in the plants, animal and sea life. Notice anything? With this new massive amounts of energy you will even hear people talking about all the weird things they are seeing, dreaming, and so on. Maybe 2012 hype is just a conditioning to prepare the populace.

Or.....If you don't have the time to do your own research I will send you tons of links that can at least get your journey started. Either way.... the only way to know for sure this I speak about may be true is to either look for the signs or take note when you see or feel a sign.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by gaurdian2012
crazy perhaps but your definately on to something I too am old enough to remember looking directly at the sun bright golden yellow circa 70's now the sun is blue white in appearance so something has changed infact my theory is the global warming is due to the sun not the amount of carbon we waste star and flag for stating the obvious


Wow.. this is news to me.. I remember when I was just a kid in the 90s, I'd used to look at the Sun and see the blue hue aura every time. So you mean that.. that blue hue was not always there? That's quite a revelation for me..



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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The sun gives life, it is beautiful just in that



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by Swills

Originally posted by mayabong
I'm an advocate of sungazing and recommend it to anyone. I stared at the sun for 30 minutes straight yesterday. Start slow at dawn, your eyes get strong.

Yeah, no. Do not stare at the Sun. New Agers like David "I'm a LIAR" Wilcock advocate staring into the Sun but science and people with damaged retina's are the PROOF anyone needs that staring into the Sun is a terrible idea that can and will lead to physical damage your eyes.

Again, to those that think Sun gazing is a good idea, it's not.


I'm speaking directly from experience. Yes your eyes do get stronger and your vision actually improves. You need to start slow.. 10 seconds at dawn.. next day 20 seconds and so on. Eventually staring at the sun is as easy as staring at a lightbulb in your living room. Improved vision is not the only benefit, but also physical and mental well being. This is not a "new age" thing its actually very old. Like I said yes, if you stare at the midday sun without training your eyes you will burn your retinas. You don't go for the gym the first time and try to benchpress a huge amount of weight, you start slow.

sunyoga.info...

Everything this guy says in the video is 100% true.


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posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:14 PM
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YEAH the temperature has GONE DOWN if anything... the sun is going to get larger, and the surface will get cooler. Temperature of the sun ranges .1% during solar cycles... it is right about 5500 K.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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We get that you believe in this nonsense but the fact is staring into the Sun is harmful to your physical self, and no video about a Costa Rican farm is going to convince me otherwise.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by mayabong

Originally posted by Swills

Originally posted by mayabong
I'm an advocate of sungazing and recommend it to anyone. I stared at the sun for 30 minutes straight yesterday. Start slow at dawn, your eyes get strong.

Yeah, no. Do not stare at the Sun. New Agers like David "I'm a LIAR" Wilcock advocate staring into the Sun but science and people with damaged retina's are the PROOF anyone needs that staring into the Sun is a terrible idea that can and will lead to physical damage your eyes.

Again, to those that think Sun gazing is a good idea, it's not.


I'm speaking directly from experience. Yes your eyes do get stronger and your vision actually improves. You need to start slow.. 10 seconds at dawn.. next day 20 seconds and so on. Eventually staring at the sun is as easy as staring at a lightbulb in your living room. Improved vision is not the only benefit, but also physical and mental well being. This is not a "new age" thing its actually very old. Like I said yes, if you stare at the midday sun without training your eyes you will burn your retinas. You don't go for the gym the first time and try to benchpress a huge amount of weight, you start slow.

sunyoga.info...

Everything this guy says in the video is 100% true.


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I cannot stress this enough. DO NOT DO THIS.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:17 PM
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reply to post by mayabong
 


Ugh.

There's going to be a lot of blind hippies soon.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by mayabong
 


We get that you believe in this nonsense but the fact is staring into the Sun is harmful to your physical self, and no video about a Costa Rican farm is going to convince me otherwise.


Yep, thats what the eyeglass and contacts companies want you to think. After all 75% of americans wear corrective eyewear. Wouldn't want people actually thinking self healing is possible.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:19 PM
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good question. I think those in charge don't have a clue what's coming, so they are preparing on all fronts. skin cancer in children would have begun ten years ago. now that would've raised some real flags, wouldn't it (have)?



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:20 PM
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Sun gazing would have been okay many years ago. Not anymore.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by Furbs

Originally posted by Realtruth
Without proof, facts, or links has anyone noticed the difference in the suns brightness?


I love that someone named Realtruth is asking people to forgo proof and facts.

It really is a testament to the anti-intellectual mentality that is creeping into ATS.


Are you trolling ATS?

It is called personal perspective, or opinion and is based on ones own views, thus no proof, facts or links can be presented.

I think these types of comments are the ones that I spoke of in my prior posts, that resort to a thread descending into childish behavior and baiting other trolls on ATS.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by mayabong

Originally posted by Swills

Originally posted by mayabong
I'm an advocate of sungazing and recommend it to anyone. I stared at the sun for 30 minutes straight yesterday. Start slow at dawn, your eyes get strong.

Yeah, no. Do not stare at the Sun. New Agers like David "I'm a LIAR" Wilcock advocate staring into the Sun but science and people with damaged retina's are the PROOF anyone needs that staring into the Sun is a terrible idea that can and will lead to physical damage your eyes.

Again, to those that think Sun gazing is a good idea, it's not.


I'm speaking directly from experience. Yes your eyes do get stronger and your vision actually improves. You need to start slow.. 10 seconds at dawn.. next day 20 seconds and so on. Eventually staring at the sun is as easy as staring at a lightbulb in your living room. Improved vision is not the only benefit, but also physical and mental well being. This is not a "new age" thing its actually very old. Like I said yes, if you stare at the midday sun without training your eyes you will burn your retinas. You don't go for the gym the first time and try to benchpress a huge amount of weight, you start slow.



Everything this guy says is 100% true.


"Everything that guy says is 100%" BS, ask any ophthalmologist!

I speak from experience as well.
My daughter and her little friend had a bet as to who could stare at the Sun longer.
Guess what.
Both lost and my daughter ruined her eyesight.

Your experience is FLAWED. It is not true!
Stop with the "yoga" for the eyes "new age" crap.
The analogy of going to the gym is ludicrous, at best.

You are advocating burning out your retinas.
AGAIN, please stop!!

Thanks again,
Stop



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by ColAngus
reply to post by mayabong
 


Ugh.

There's going to be a lot of blind hippies soon.


I've personally gone long periods staring at the sun and I'm reading this just fine. In fact I was wearing glasses from the age of 4. I wear no glasses now and my vision is close to 20/20. One of the biggest lies ever told is that the sun will make you go blind. My intention is not to make anyone go blind, thats why I say start slow. Adding 10 seconds a day at dawn.



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:23 PM
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I'm so glad you posted, It confirms to me that the sun has a crazy blue look to it. Find anyone anywhere beyond my thread who has ever made the claim the sun is bluish..



posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 03:23 PM
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Originally posted by mayabong

Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by mayabong
 


We get that you believe in this nonsense but the fact is staring into the Sun is harmful to your physical self, and no video about a Costa Rican farm is going to convince me otherwise.


Yep, thats what the eyeglass and contacts companies want you to think. After all 75% of americans wear corrective eyewear. Wouldn't want people actually thinking self healing is possible.


While I do agree there's a mass conspiracy about a many of things your sun gazing clams is NOT one of them. Sorry, but it's true. I even knew of a girl who as a child took a pair of binoculars and stared at the Sun and the result was permanent damage to her eyes and now she has to wear corrective lenses because of it.

People, do not listen to the poster, staring into the Sun is a stupid idea.



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