Changes in Context: Local and Cosmic Events and Evolving Trends

This video talks about agenda 21, and the most recent climatological trends both on Earth and in the rest of the solar system.

 

To highlight some of the more important points, some of you may know that despite being at a solar maxima the sun has been almost quiet in terms of flaring. Its these puffs of plasma that help prop up the atmosphere on Earth. Factoring in the now much weaker terrestrial and solar magnetics, more energy from outside is being permitted into these systems, as evidenced in the anomalous weather and changing rotational speed evident in other planets in the solar system. The trend in our solar system is to CLIMATE EXTREMES and not just heating or cooling.

On Earth, so far in 2013, cold records have beaten heat records, and precipitation has broken yet more records than heat or cold.

 

sgr_a_starHow to watch the sun – an important bit of background information.

Allow me to broaden the context of this article before adding any commentary regarding the center of the galaxy: Chandra Observes Sgr A* Rejecting Material.

Mentioned in this article, G2 is a cloud of dust and gas which has been tracked on an extremely eccentric orbit heading directly for the galactic center, the black hole Sagitarrius A*.

I  have long believed that the accretion of this cloud could be a very important trigger for evolution and ascension. Additionally the zodiac subtly points at the region of the sky where the galactic center resides, and there is no doubt that this should be a bright blue star.

This may happen, and the starting of this great galactic engine would make the Milky Way an ‘active galaxy’. It is important to note about galaxies that house an active galactic nucleus, they are much brighter across all or part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The ‘whole outshines its parts’ in this sense.

It was very strange to think of a black hole rejecting matter like this. But it is definitely something to keep an eye on.

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