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Sun: More activity in past 65 years than in the previous 1,150 years combined

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« on: September 08, 2008, 08:01:25 pm »

Sun: More activity in the past 65 years than in the previous 1,150 years combined

Mercury: Polar ice discovered, along with a strong intrinsic magnetic field surprising for a supposedly dead planet.

Venus: In less than 30 years, a 2,500 percent increase in auroral brightness as well as substantive global atmospheric changes (a sharp decrease of sulphur-containing gases). The inversion of light and dark spots the first time ever detected.

Moon: The generation of a first-stage atmosphere, with a growing natrium atmosphere reaching to 9,000 km in height.

Mars: "Global warming," huge storms, disappearance of polar icecaps, a cloudy growth in the equator area, and an unusual increase of ozone concentration.

Jupiter: A more than 200 percent increase in the brightness of surrounding plasma clouds. Doubling of the magnetic field's intensity, large auroral anomalies, and a change in the Jupiter-Io system of currents.

Saturn: A major decrease in equatorial jet stream velocities in only 20 years, accompanied by a surprising surge of X-rays from the equator. The appearance of auroras.

Uranus: "Really big, big changes" in brightness, increased global cloud activity (abrupt large-scale growth of magnetosphere activity), and significant shifting of the magnetic poles.

Neptune: A 40 percent increase in atmospheric brightness and a significant shifting of the magnetic poles.

Pluto: A 300 percent increase in atmospheric pressure even as Pluto recedes farther from the Sun. The growth of dark spots.

Earth is experiencing an accelerating magnetic drift7; the North Pole having already wandered some 1,100 kilometers out into the Arctic Ocean. We are also witnessing significant variations in the Earth's gravity field8, climactic changes9, increased volcanic10 and tectonic11 activity, and other natural catastrophes.

How we choose to react to these forces emanating from the central sun of our galaxy is undoubtedly the single most important decision of our lives. Yet humans are subject to the law of inertia as well. For the most part, we resist change unless prompted to shift by pain or suffering. And our ability to adjust to incremental levels of suffering seems to know no limits. We are currently mired in a morass of events that threaten our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, yet we still find a way to put on our brave faces and carry on as if nothing is happening.

The forces we are all experiencing are real, far more real than death or taxes. They are occurring not to destroy us but to prompt us to shift to a new level of development. We are being invited to shift along with mother Earth and her sister planets. Our bodies feel it, our sleep patterns reflect it, our thoughts are driven by it, and our awakening consciousness demands that we resonate with it. We are each caught in a compelling current that we can ultimately either resist or join. If we choose to join and ride it, we become willing participants in our own transformation into a higher state of being.
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