Originally posted by gnosticagnostic
reply to post by Char-Lee
NO that's definitely a new one on me.. but hey if some think there are 11 different dimensions that make up the multiverse who am i to disagree...
Originally posted by kingster129
Go outside at night and look at the stars.
Every single star is pulsating! Some even different colors!
I've been noticing this for a while now but it's really starting to increase in intensity and I'd thought I'd share my thoughts about it.
Normally when stars flash like this it means that a supernova explosion is occurring. But this is obviously not the case, since EVERY star is pulsating.
I find this quite curious that this is happening right around the time our solar system is coming in alignment with the galactic equator. There is definitely some sort of energy upon us, because it is NOT NORMAL for stars to do this.
I'm not saying that pulsating stars are a red flag for doomsday next week. I feel like next Friday will be a normal day for most people.
I do believe there is a good possibility for people who are aware and in tune with these energies to have some sort of experience in one sense or another. As for the more closed-minded people, they probably won't experience much because they haven't opened their mind to the possibilities...
If you are closed-minded about December 21st, I highly advise you not to be. You may miss out on an extreme cosmic event that only happens every 26,000 years. The fact that you and me are alive today to bear witness to this extremely rare day is so extraordinary. Don't turn a blind eye to it.
Originally posted by oldkawguy
reply to post by BigfootNZ
Jesus H. Tap dancin Christ ! Take a pill dude. All the smart people in New Zeland ?
Originally posted by seabhac-rua
I am a constant sky gazer, and have been all my life.
There is absolutely nothing unusual about what you are seeing.
Firstly, the idea that "normally when stars flash like this it means that a supernova explosion is occurring" is just way off the mark, there being something like only eight naked-eye-visible supernovae in the last couple of thousand years. Historical Supernovae
Secondly, what you are seeing has to do with the light from the stars being disturbed as it passes through the Earth's atmosphere why stars twinkle That, and basically the fact that you are looking for something to affirm your beliefs in the 2012 event, whatever that may be.
Recently a friend and I were walking home from a night out, it was in the countryside and a cold clear night, he pointed to a bright star low on the horizon and remarked how it was changing colors, it was a star in the constellation Orion, but he didn't know that, and was convinced it was a UFO, stating with increasing obstinacy that "he had never in his life seen a star do that", he even claimed it was moving at one point. This is just an example to show that IMO many people do not look at the sky at night for more than a few moments, and most are unfamiliar with atmospheric effects on starlight, as I have heard this subject raised before in the same vein many times.
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