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Last updated on October 17, 2013 at 12:00 am EDT by in5d Alternative News
by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
On October 16, 2013, I took this video and pictures of the anomaly in the early evening western sky near the Gulf of Mexico in Florida.
In this video, I clearly show how this anomaly is not Venus, Arcturus, Mars, Jupiter or Saturn through my cellphone app, SkEye.
SkEye is a free cell phone app that is compatible with all cell phones, except for iPhones.
I also took the liberty of checking Stellarium and there were no stars or planets in this particular area of the sky.
Upon uploading the video to my computer, I played it back in slow motion through my VLC Media Player and grabbed some screenshots of the plethora of colors this anomaly emitted.
In one particular screen shot, I noticed what looks like a purple Metatron’s Cube.
You can find out much more about this anomaly here:
Unknown Glowing UFO In Evening Western Sky – Starship? Comet? Nibiru? Hercolubus?
What do you think this is? Leave your comments below!
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The theme this week “Really! Who do you think you are”. So be ready to be surprised by things said and happening and be equally prepared to stand up for WHO you are. Oh, and this will be going on all over this week, personally, locally, statewide, countrywide, globally, and universally. Hang on, keep your eyes open, and look for the AHA’s!
Overall Color for the Week: Zephyr Blue
And yes, the winds will be blowing this week. Be alert as things shift and move around and through you. It is very, very important to start out each day grounded and centered this week, lest you find yourself blown away by what is presenting around you. There is much that you will be seeing this week. In terms of relationships, things can become clear and questions answered in regard to people with who you have been interacting yet always having that uncertainty about. This week you will get them, and you will need to be willing and able to take action upon what you are hearing, sensing, and seeing. Not everything is on the surface, so trust your intuition as you navigate your world. Listen to its hints and urgings. This can be critical in terms of potential situations that might not be the most positive for you. This is a week also for cloaking. This means that it is not well to say everything that you wish to. The time is not right for giving opinions. You will find much that you can lean much by paying attention to slips of the tongue and things you seeing that are out of context. This is a week that can challenge your sense of what is real and what is illusion. There can be some feelings tied to these, and it is best always to allow the emotions to pour forth when they arise. Stuffing them down can lead to a kind of emotional dyspepsia. This is not a week for making any large and/or life changing decisions. The energies are too erratic. There is not enough information that has been unveiled. Things can be rocky around you this week, but it is all to let you know that you have the power to get through what is happening, you have the vision to see things for what they are, and you have the choice as to what you will do about all of this. Be wise. Trust your inner knowing. Act from your core, and see with the eyes of the heart. Truth was never meant to be hidden.
On the larger scale, there will be a long of hot air blowing around. Some will be bluff, while some will be deadly serious. It will be interesting to see how the politicos and governmental types deal with all of this. It seems, unfortunately, that they are wanting to blame the people, the masses, if you will, for the problems that they have created. Because of this, there can be some really unsettling actions on the parts of various governments in relation to acts of the people, demonstrations. There can be some issues with something with air travel that can cause a general uproar. Meanwhile, the Earth, herself, will be shifting this week also. There can be some rather large storms developing unexpectedly out of small beginnings. There can be some unusual earth movements in places where they traditionally have not occurred. Centers of countries will be prime locations for these things. Also, it is good to take a look at the ley lines and the energetic portals on the Earth to get a sense of the patterning that is behind this. Patterns are falling into place more and more, and it is important to be aware of this right now. When one thing happens, and it is followed by another that seems somewhat oddly coincidental, this is the time to sit down and look at what and where things are happening. Time is shifting also, so expect deadlines and schedules to be skewed. There is a new kind of germ appearing right now which can affect many people. It is important to stay within and strong in your sense of WHO you are and listen to what your physicality is telling you. This is a time of choices, and many choices will be made this week. The time spiral is intersecting with a new dimensional ray. Things cannot be the same. The galactic energy is here, and will be evinced in some interesting celestial events. Look to the skies. There is much happening there, and not just those scary Blackhawk copters buzzing metropolitan areas. The skies hold a new kind of watcher, one that will become more obvious as the year winds down.
The theme this week is “of all things…” And it will definitely be a week of all things, so choose wisely what it is that you are wishing to focus upon. That can make a big difference this week.
Overall Color for the Week: Light Green Blue
So, what you thought you knew, what you thought was so reliable, how you created your routine, all those kinds of things are turning out to be not quite as rock solid as you thought. Just remember that most of the space in an atom is empty, and you might just find yourself staring into a new kind of emptiness this week as the energies begin to pull things apart, as things start tumbling about. You will find this week can bring you some interesting confrontations, exchanges, conversations with people you know. The effect of these will be to make you question a lot of the foregone conclusions that you had had. Also, you might feel yourself spinning a bit off center as friends you thought you knew so well become somehow different. The long view of all this is to see that things that once seemed so reliable are changing. Interestingly, your reactions and doubts and questions can be provoked by a seemingly innocent comment. As for some of the things you used to love, this week you will begin to look at as not quite so desirable. You may still enjoy them, but you are becoming aware that a lot of the charm of the old stuff is beginning to fade. This can lead to some deep questioning. This week, take time to clear your environment through sound, smudge, etc. Maintain that clarity as it will assist you in taking on a new perspective. Also stay grounded. Be centered in your heart. Act from your core, and in all circumstances, proceed from love. There is no clearer light.
On the larger scale, the foundations are coming apart in many, many countries. Things are being seen on the news in obvious cases, but there will much that is not noted. Some of this can be related to the one-sidedness of the media. Some can be related to the fact that small movements in the beginning are not seen as having any real significance. The myopia of the powers that want to be is becoming ever more pronounced. The financial markets will ride something of a roller coaster this week, but should end basically on a high note as some double-talk announcement is made concerning an issues related to fuel and the environments. Also the weather will turn wicked in some areas. There will be unexpected bursts of weather conditions that are out of season, even frightening. There is more flow within the mantle of the Earth. It is as though the liquid core is becoming somewhat unbalanced. This can lead to some unusual effects on the surface and in the seas. Look for an individual to be arising possibly in the Mid to Far East who is going to have some promises of some kind of salvation, perhaps not reported just yet, but rumored in the social media. There will be more UFO activity, much caught on camera, and there is the possibility if bot this week, but soon, of some kind of message coming to the Earth from the Galaxy. Look for more talk of diseases. Interestingly, none will be linked to the obvious culprits – GMO’s, vaccines, pollution, etc. It is well to look to local farmers for your produce. That one time extra-Galactic energy is beginning to exert more of a pull on the planets as a whole and on the Sun in particular. There can be some weird events relative to planetary motion and solar activity.
It is time for all to be in touch with Gaia, to offer her your support, and to be connected with her at all times.
The current Mars expedition keeps coming up with interesting artifacts that seem out of place. Today, I would like to present a CD shaped object that appears to be shiny. I would say that this does not fit in with the surrounding landscape. It reminds me of a crustacean fossil that you would find on earth. Will NASA provide us with with an explanation, or will they just remain silent?
Monday’s (Feb. 11) surprising announcement by Pope Benedict XVI that he was resigning from the papacy struck some observers like a bolt out of the blue.
And a few hours later, an actual bolt of lightning struck St. Peter’s Basilica, the centerpiece of the Vatican and one of the holiest sites in Christendom, NBC News reported.
Was the lightning strike, coming just hours after Pope Benedict’s announcement, evidence of God’s wrath, or some ominous sign from above? Perhaps, but it was more likely the natural result of a rainstorm that was passing over Rome at the time.
Lightning often strikes religious symbols, because they are usually placed high in the sky and are, in many cases, the highest thing around. Coupled with the fact that they’re often made of metal, lightning striking religious statuary or other icons seems quite normal.
Brazil’s 130-foot “Christ the Redeemer” statue atop Rio de Janeiro’s Sugarloaf Mountain, for example, has been struck by lightning several times since it was completed in 1931.
Secular objects are also often struck by lightning. Airplanes are struck by lightning frequently, and the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and other tall buildings have all been hit.
St. Peter’s Basilica is the tallest dome in the world at 448 feet (137 meters) from the floor to the cross that was added to the very top by Pope Clement VIII in the 16th century. A lightning rod points skyward from the top of that cross — it’s likely that this is what was struck by lightning Monday.
hmmm. Perhaps just too synchronistic to be chance!
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March 22, 2012: A recent flurry of eruptions on the sun did more than spark pretty auroras around the poles. NASA-funded researchers say the solar storms of March 8th through 10th dumped enough energy in Earth’s upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years.
“This was the biggest dose of heat we’ve received from a solar storm since 2005,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA Langley Research Center. “It was a big event, and shows how solar activity can directly affect our planet.”
Mlynczak is the associate principal investigator for the SABER instrument onboard NASA’s TIMED satellite. SABER monitors infrared emissions from Earth’s upper atmosphere, in particular from carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitric oxide (NO), two substances that play a key role in the energy balance of air hundreds of km above our planet’s surface.
“Carbon dioxide and nitric oxide are natural thermostats,” explains James Russell of Hampton University, SABER’s principal investigator. “When the upper atmosphere (or ‘thermosphere’) heats up, these molecules try as hard as they can to shed that heat back into space.”
That’s what happened on March 8th when a coronal mass ejection (CME) propelled in our direction by an X5-class solar flare hit Earth’s magnetic field. (On the “Richter Scale of Solar Flares,” X-class flares are the most powerful kind.) Energetic particles rained down on the upper atmosphere, depositing their energy where they hit. The action produced spectacular auroras around the poles and significant1 upper atmospheric heating all around the globe.
“The thermosphere lit up like a Christmas tree,” says Russell. “It began to glow intensely at infrared wavelengths as the thermostat effect kicked in.”
For the three day period, March 8th through 10th, the thermosphere absorbed 26 billion kWh of energy. Infrared radiation from CO2 and NO, the two most efficient coolants in the thermosphere, re-radiated 95% of that total back into space.
In human terms, this is a lot of energy. According to the New York City mayor’s office, an average NY household consumes just under 4700 kWh annually. This means the geomagnetic storm dumped enough energy into the atmosphere to power every home in the Big Apple for two years.
“Unfortunately, there’s no practical way to harness this kind of energy,” says Mlynczak. “It’s so diffuse and out of reach high above Earth’s surface. Plus, the majority of it has been sent back into space by the action of CO2 and NO.”
During the heating impulse, the thermosphere puffed up like a marshmallow held over a campfire, temporarily increasing the drag on low-orbiting satellites. This is both good and bad. On the one hand, extra drag helps clear space junk out of Earth orbit. On the other hand, it decreases the lifetime of useful satellites by bringing them closer to the day of re-entry.
The storm is over now, but Russell and Mlynczak expect more to come.
“We’re just emerging from a deep solar minimum,” says Russell. “The solar cycle is gaining strength with a maximum expected in 2013.”
More sunspots flinging more CMEs toward Earth adds up to more opportunities for SABER to study the heating effect of solar storms.
“This is a new frontier in the sun-Earth connection,” says Mlynczak, and the data we’re collecting are unprecedented.”
An international team of astronomers discovered a rectangular‑shaped galaxy within a group of 250 galaxies some 70 million light years away. “In the Universe around us, most galaxies exist in one of three forms: spheroidal, disc-like, or lumpy and irregular in appearance,” said Alister Graham from Swinburne University of Technology.
He said the rare rectangular-shaped galaxy was a very unusual object. “It’s one of those things that just makes you smile because it shouldn’t exist, or rather you don’t expect it to exist. It’s a little like the precarious Leaning Tower of Pisa or the discovery of some exotic new species which at first glance appears to defy the laws of nature.”The unusually shaped galaxy was detected in a wide field-of-view image taken with the Japanese Subaru Telescope for an unrelated program by Swinburne astrophysicist Dr Lee Spitler.The astronomers suspect it is unlikely that this galaxy is shaped like a cube. Instead, they believe that it may resemble an inflated disc seen side on, like a short cylinder.
Support for this scenario comes from observations with the giant Keck Telescope in Hawaii, which revealed a rapidly spinning, thin disc with a side‑on orientation lurking at the centre of the galaxy. The outermost measured edge of this galactic disc is rotating at a speed in excess of 100,000 kilometres per hour.
“One possibility is that the galaxy may have formed out of the collision of two spiral galaxies,” said Swinburne’s Professor Duncan Forbes, co‑author of the research. “While the pre-existing stars from the initial galaxies were strewn to large orbits creating the emerald cut shape, the gas sank to the mid‑plane where it condensed to form new stars and the disc that we have observed.”
Despite its apparent uniqueness, partly due to its chance orientation, the astronomers have managed to glean useful information for modelling other galaxies.While the outer boxy shape is somewhat reminiscent of galaxy merger simulations which don’t involve the production of new stars, the disc-like structure is comparable with merger simulations involving star formation.
“This highlights the importance of combining lessons learned from both types of past simulation for better understanding galaxy evolution in the future,” said Associate Professor Graham.“One of the reasons this emerald cut galaxy was hard to find is due to its dwarf-like status: it has 50 times less stars than our own Milky Way galaxy, plus its distance from us is equivalent to that spanned by 700 Milky Way galaxies placed end-to-end.“Curiously, if the orientation was just right, when our own disc-shaped galaxy collides with the disc-shaped Andromeda galaxy about three billion years from now we may find ourselves the inhabitants of a square looking galaxy.”
The results will be published in The Astrophysical Journal.More information: Pre-publication: http://arxiv.org/p … 3.3608v1.pdf
The Daily Galaxy via Swinburne University of Technology