Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
I know one thing for certain. This is a statistical anomaly. Large meteors which are able to make it through the atmosphere and to the ground without
burning up are quite rare. The one in Russia was one of the most powerful we've had in quite some time, and it sounds like the one described by the OP
was quite large and powerful too. All these similar events packed together so tightly is certainly out of the norm. It could be a coincidence, but if
we see any more like this I'll be fairly convinced we're entering an area of space which contains a large amount of debris.
I've been reading more and more scientific papers lately regarding the possibilty of the entire solar system moving into a new area of the heavens
where things are indeed different. Just like our planet revolves around the sun, which in turn, passes through different areas of space where there
are more meteorites and debris at certain seasons than at others. It is believed the sun with the entire solar system around it, has an orbit of its
own. Meaning our solar system is not fixed in space and might move with what some refer to as an “expanding universe”. Which could be causing an
energetic change all throughout the Solar System by it moving to an area of different energy—that is higher.
If this is the case, we would start to see a big change in our magnetic fields and environment.
For example, Michael Mandeville has done research that has shown that the overall volcanic activity on the Earth since 1875 has increased by roughly
500 percent. The overall earthquake activity has increased by 400 percent just since 1973. Also a man by the name Dr. Dmitriev did a very elaborate
calculation of natural disasters. He showed that, if you compare the years 1963 through 1993, the overall amount of natural disasters of all different
kinds—whether you are talking hurricanes, typhoons, mud slides, tidal waves, you name it—have increased by 410 percent. There’s a study by Dr.
Mike Lockwood from Rutherford Appleton National Laboratories in California, who has been investigating the Sun. He has discovered that, since 1901,
the overall magnetic field of the Sun has become 230 percent stronger than it was before.
The changes in the magnetic field might also be responsible for all the mass fish, insect and bird deaths... maybe the change is getting too great and
is messing up their natural methods of navigation (earth's magnetic field).
I also read a paper by Russian scientists saying the plasma energy in the heliosphere used to be 10 astronomical units deep (an astronomical unit is
the distance from the Earth to the Sun, 93,000,000 miles). So ten astronomical units represents the normal thickness of this glowing energy that we
used to see at the front end of the Solar System. Today, that glowing plasma has gone to 100 astronomical units deep.
this means that the Solar System itself is moving into an area where the energy is more highly charged. That higher-charged energy is in turn
exciting the plasma and causing more of it to form, so you see more luminosity, more brightness. This energy is then flowing into the Sun, which in
turn emits the energy and spreads it out along its equatorial plane, the Ecliptic.
This in turn is saturating interplanetary space, which causes the solar emissions to travel more quickly and charge up the energy on the planets.
And this is conscious energy that is changing how the planet works, how it functions, and what kind of life it supports. The harmonics of the DNA
spiral itself are altering. That’s the real, hidden cause of spontaneous mass evolutions in previous epochs. (planetary resonance)
I wouldn't be surpirsed either if our solar system was moving through the heavens...
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