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    okay that didn't quite work the way I wanted it to but I will work on that.

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    Oh this one you mean? It almost looks like a direct hit, but we'll have to see the updates, according to Enlil it's not so direct hit. By using the "insert image" button in your reply box you can get the pictures to show up better. Tinypic or imgur are good places where you can upload the pictures if you want to save them and then you can copy the links from there to here.

    Spiraling Filament Eruption
    An impressive filament eruption on Thursday afternoon in the vicinity of region 2093 produced a coronal mass ejection (CME). The event itself registered C4.0 on the X-Ray scale, but it was the ejected material that really put on a show. Watch closely as the plasma swirls around in a vortex like formation following the eruption. A coronal mass ejection (CME) became visible in the latest LASCO coronagraph imagery. More updates regarding a possible Earthward component once additional imagery is available. So far it looks to be headed mostly to the north and east. Video by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) using the 304 angstroms channel.



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    Yes thank you. that visual really matches the visual I had as though Mercury was trying to protect the Earth. & I expected some sort of coronal mass ejection more directly at Earth. And bigger but that was for the 19th and 20th so the day isn't over yet. Although I have to question the practicality of predicting things with the Sun, it's not like you can get a lot of heads up notice. I try and I don't think Mercury can really protect the Earth, so to speak.

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    It seems like they keep censoring so much data I thought I would put up some examples. Wind, Sidney...I know has put up some examples already but I thought I would show how there gaps in the graphs. So people know what we mean when we say they (SOHO) are censoring data etc. More and more. Sun seems mostly quiet.
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    Cosmic ray data feeds can be found here:
    http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu//spa...r/welcome.html

    It's just that they cut off the data half of the time. Here is Dr. Paul LaViolette's article about cosmic rays:
    http://etheric.com/research-study-fi...ty-death-rate/

    Interesting, isn't it?
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    Quote Posted by Wind (here)
    Cosmic ray data feeds can be found here:
    http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu//spa...r/welcome.html

    It's just that they cut off the data half of the time. Here is Dr. Paul LaViolette's article about cosmic rays:
    http://etheric.com/research-study-fi...ty-death-rate/

    Interesting, isn't it?
    Very interesting.

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    My right arm (biceps muscle) has been really sore for a couple days now, I can hardly even sleep because the pain keeps returning and then it goes away. I had to take ibuprofen today, but then after it I felt a huge pressure between my eyes. Then I got dizzy and started to swung like the hay man. Dreams have been very intense too. I don't know if all of this is related to sun activity or what. Wow, look at the electrons. Maybe that's what's affecting me?

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    I think things will take their toll too, when you get waves and waves of energy. So the graph may seem like it's settling down and the energies are dissipating from one perspective, if you look at the perspective of it taking a toll on the body it can seem to get worse and add up. One of the tricky and confusing things about predicting things I guess. I was thinking things were starting to build a little bit again too. I actually was checking the K Index because my first thought was it was going up but it actually looks like it went down. It is predicted to go up later but I have a feeling it might be sooner rather than later.

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    I'm kind of wondering what I'm seeing here and not the pixel part but to the left of it, it almost looks like something with a curved trajectory. I saw this one time before recently when a comet was sucked into the Sun and I'm wondering if that's what I'm seeing again. maybe on the top left also.
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    if you haven't watched the video on the papal key, you should look, it talks of 3 ships heading towards us, all of them arches, NASA shut down as they moved from Mars to our moon.

    my seer visited last night and I have a description of those on this ship over in the Fulford thread I hijacked exposing the powers that were...

    they were on the back of the moon, I hope I didn't put them in danger by exposing them here on Avalon... link

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    Hi alll. My internet is still out and hopefully will be back tue so ive been limping along by using my phone which is a pain in the neck. But came down with a major headache about half hour ago. Are we being hit with some energies. I did not see anything but i am pretty limited with what i can see from my phone. Anyone else having symptoms?

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    I have been having a lot of aches and pains but I have been blaming weather and pushing myself physically. I actually thought I felt something a while back and checked and nothing was really there but it wasn't the strong enough of a feeling for me to post about it. About a couple hours ago, I really started to have my teeth act up. I don't see anything yet.

    We also seem to have a lot of odd glitchy photos coming in. And it depends on the glitch, sometimes I think the Suns just going to act up and it interferes with equipment But something other than that seems up. Odd coincidences maybe but I have seen a lot of these little glitches.
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    My body and hand has been aching for days now and my right arm won't allow me to sleep well, but where is the CME hit? The Sun is once again dead silent and were still waiting for an impact, unless it missed us. Cosmic rays are finally showing again, but I think that they have been heavily modifying those charts, grrr... http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu//spa...r/welcome.html
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    Its been bad for days with me too. My whole body. Everytime I think we're going to get something pop so to speak it turns out to be a little bump in the line. I was thinking I'm over sensitive now. You poke poke poke at one spot, maybe it's not poking as hard but you get tender and feel it more. The Sun is eerily quiet to me Too quiet, I just think something's going to happen even though there's only 10 percent chance of a M Class flare. Going with CME. It's a learning curve.

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    Unless there are no more sundivers I doubt that we will see any (significant) flares anytime soon. The sundivers activate the sun every now and then, but it's still too little. The price for the quiet Sun will be high, there's no other way to put it. I can't lie, sometimes it depresses me. I wish no one would have to suffer, but I can't help it.

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    Hi alll. My internet is still out and hopefully will be back tue so ive been limping along by using my phone which is a pain in the neck. But came down with a major headache about half hour ago. Are we being hit with some energies. I did not see anything but i am pretty limited with what i can see from my phone. Anyone else having symptoms?
    Not sure, mood swings but at the same time inner peace too. No headaches just slow motioning.

    And lots of dreams, vivid ones and well-remembered with small effort.

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    This is what spaceweather.com is saying about the tardy CME:

    Quote THE FIRST MAGNETIC STORM OF SUMMER, DELAYED: A CME expected to hit Earth's magnetic field on June 22nd is overdue. However, NOAA forecasters believe it is merely late, not off-target. Minor geomagnetic storms are possible on June 23rd when the CME finally arrives.
    Yet, this is the Presto Alert from June 21st....

    Quote :Issued: 2014 Jun 21 1422 UTC
    roduct: documentation at http://www.sidc.be/products/presto
    #--------------------------------------------------------------------#
    # FAST WARNING 'PRESTO' MESSAGE from the SIDC (RWC-Belgium) #
    #--------------------------------------------------------------------#
    Two halo CMEs were detected by SOHO/LASCO. A very weak partial halo CME
    (angular width around 270 degrees, projected plane-of-the-sky speed around
    350 km/s) first appeared in the LASCO C2 field of view at 12:24 UT on June
    20. It was associated with the C5.0 flare peaking at 11:20 UT in the
    Catania sunspot group 89. Another partial halo CME (angular width around
    160 degrees, projected plane-of-the-sky speed around 300 km/s) was first
    seen in the LASCO C2 field of view at 05:24 UT on June 21. It was
    associated with a filament eruption at the central meridian in the northern
    hemisphere. The first halo CME was more symmetric with respect to the
    coronagraph occulter, so we expect the arrival of the corresponding ICME on
    June 24, possibly resulting in a minor geomagnetic storm (K = 5). The
    second halo CME was mostly directed to the north of the ecliptic plane, so
    we expect at most a glancing blow of a corresponding ICME on June 25
    without significant geomagnetic disturbances.
    http://www.sidc.be/products/presto/

    Looks like the electron flux is back to "normal":



    Here's the latest SWPC 3-day Spaceweather Forecast:

    Quote Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Geophysical Activity Report and Forecast
    SDF Number 173 Issued at 2200Z on 22 Jun 2014


    IA. Analysis of Solar Active Regions and Activity from 21/2100Z to
    22/2100Z: Solar activity has been at very low levels for the past 24
    hours. There are currently 7 numbered sunspot regions on the disk.

    IB. Solar Activity Forecast: Solar activity is likely to be low with a
    slight chance for an M-class flare on days one, two, and three (23 Jun,
    24 Jun, 25 Jun).


    IIA. Geophysical Activity Summary 21/2100Z to 22/2100Z: The geomagnetic
    field has been at quiet levels for the past 24 hours. Solar wind speed,
    as measured by the ACE spacecraft, reached a peak speed of 459 km/s at
    21/2117Z. Electrons greater than 2 MeV at geosynchronous orbit reached a
    peak level of 153 pfu.

    IIB. Geophysical Activity Forecast: The geomagnetic field is expected
    to be at quiet to minor storm levels on day one (23 Jun) and quiet to
    active levels on days two and three (24 Jun, 25 Jun) in response to a
    series of transient passages.


    III. Event probabilities 23 Jun-25 Jun
    Class M 20/20/20
    Class X 01/01/01
    Proton 01/01/01
    PCAF green


    IV. Penticton 10.7 cm Flux
    Observed 22 Jun 094
    Predicted 23 Jun-25 Jun 100/095/100
    90 Day Mean 22 Jun 136


    V. Geomagnetic A Indices
    Observed Afr/Ap 21 Jun 007/005
    Estimated Afr/Ap 22 Jun 005/005
    Predicted Afr/Ap 23 Jun-25 Jun 018/018-010/015-013/015


    VI. Geomagnetic Activity Probabilities 23 Jun-25 Jun
    A. Middle Latitudes
    Active 45/45/35
    Minor Storm 30/20/15
    Major-severe storm 05/05/01
    B. High Latitudes
    Active 15/15/15
    Minor Storm 20/25/20
    Major-severe storm 25/35/25
    http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/forecast.html

    There is no big business going on up there, as far as I can tell.....
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    IRIS Seismic Map: Earthquakes like you've never seen them, and you can even listen to the rumble!


    IRIS, the Incorporated Research Institute for Seismology, doesn't just have a cool acronym. The non-profit consortium of over 100 U.S. universities also has very cool interactive seismic tools that allow you to see for yourself just how dynamic our planet's crust is.

    You can play with the IRIS Earthquake Browser http://www.iris.edu/ieb/index.html?f...ht&zm=1&mt=ter
    ... and see for yourself how many earthquakes (hopefully small ones) are happening in your area, or explore the rest of the planet to find hotspots (the Pacific ring of fire is particularly obvious in the map below:



    Here's the whole ring of fire, a 40,000 km (25,000 mi) horseshoe shape zone of high volcanic and seismic activity:



    If you click on an individual earthquake while on the seismic map, it leads you to a page that gives you more details about that particular event (time, exact location, depth, magnitude), including an audio recording of the earthquake's soundwave! It's really cool, and some of these earthquakes sound like movie sound effect. This one sounds pretty cool, for example.

    More on that page too.... http://www.treehugger.com/natural-sc...en-rumble.html
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    I wondered if some of us were sensing earthquakes and not the Sun at all. It is really Popping, there are a lot of big quakes. Still feel terrible and achey. Had to actually take a pain pill. Don't know about anyone else but I feel the need to almost hang on to something.

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    Quote Posted by Fairy Friend (here)
    I wondered if some of us were sensing earthquakes and not the Sun at all. It is really Popping, there are a lot of big quakes. Still feel terrible and achey. Had to actually take a pain pill. Don't know about anyone else but I feel the need to almost hang on to something.
    Just better to buckle our seatbelts...
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