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hi. i'm a lurker and don't post much, but when i read this post i immediately wanted to jump in and share my own experience last night, as it could well be related. i live in western kentucky near kentucky lake. we too had severe storms come through last night. at about 10:30 pm the storm had mostly passed, though there was still some residual cloud cover and light rain. my husband and i went onto the carport to smoke and we both heard a very steady, low rumble that sounded more like a machine than thunder. i honestly believe i heard the "sky hum" last night.
or u could employ a good Dowser,,
i would be interested too hear from any pilots out there.
Could this "annomaly" in any way, cause planes too crash,, if it happened,, while landing???
gps stuff,,ground radar,,sensors which rely on,,magnetic lines of force,,etc,,
Sunspot AR1884 has a complex magnetic field that harbors energy for strong eruptions, and it is almost directly facing Earth. NOAA forecasters estimate a 50% chance of M-class solar flares and a 10% chance of X-flares on Oct. 31st. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras on Halloween. A CME is expected to hit Earth's magnetic field on Oct. 31st, possibly sparking polar geomagnetic storms.
About the dreams same here.
I had the most real dream I have ever had. I saw a winged, half-naked man outside a window and he was after me. He was poinitng towards me.
So I got the five of us to pray and an Angel with a sword came and chased him away-I have never had such a vivid dream.
The dream scene was so clear, it was better than my old eyesight!
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That's funny because I saw that star too...
I was looking at Orion's Belt because I often do; I like to think something there is looking back on me (but then that's an esoterical sideline to this comment).
I was marveling at Orion, but the brightest star is the one to the left of it's belt (maybe 10 degrees or 4 or 5 widths of the belt), but exactly as you say.
I was just reading your opening comment and it made me happy to realise that we are all connected on earth. There are many different places to rest your eyes, from a hemisphere of heaven to your current book or a most loved one. Even on the acronym ATS... Too many gaze on the '84machine; too many gaze without wonder or thought... But we MASH3d, we both saw a star.
My apologies OP, for the complete aside!