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    • Will We See A Supernova Explosion In The Sky in 2022

    Estimated "once in 10,000 years event" so ... did Atlanteans see something similar too?

    Astronomers have predicted that next year a binary star system will come together, merge, and then explode. If and when this happens, it will be a momentous moment when observers are able to watch a stellar merger and explosion for literally the first time in human history. Better yet, you won’t even need some high-tech telescope to watch the explosion go down. Yes, most scientists believe that this explosion will be visible with the naked-eye for most people here on Earth.

    Will it have an impact in our "collective psyche"?

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    • A New Star in the Night Sky in 2022?

    • V838 Monocerotis, one example of a red nova.
    This is exciting space news and worth sharing with more sky watch enthusiasts.
    In 2022—only a few years from now—an odd type of exploding star called a red nova will appear in our skies in 2022.

    This will be the first naked eye nova in decades. And the mechanism behind it is fascinating as well.

    This story really begins 10 years ago, when astronomers closely monitored a distant star in Scorpius. This was a double star where the two components were so close together they were actually touching. What was strange is that the orbital period was rapidly decreasing, strongly indicating that the stars might actually merge. Well, it really happened. In 2008, a red nova occurred in that spot, and afterward only one star remained. The two had merged.

    Five years earlier, an astronomer predicted that a Red Nova is caused by the merger of stars in a binary system—so the 2008 Scorpius event confirmed that theory.
    And now it’s happening again. An astronomy professor at a small U.S. College, along with some of his students, predicted that the double star is just off the right wing tip of Cygnus the swan. From the way the orbit is speeding up from the current 11 hours, that Midwestern astronomer predicts they will merge in the year 2022, give or take half a year. It will be another red nova.

    Because this star system is 1800 light years away, which is six times closer than that Scorpius star, the nova should be bright enough to be seen with the naked eye.
    Feeling the need to exaggerate, some news stories are saying it will be the brightest star in the sky. Most likely, it will be second magnitude, matching the stars of the Big Dipper. Still, this will be amazing, especially if you know enough backyard astronomy to recognize Cygnus’s shape and be excited by a new star that will extend its right wing.

    (Since some news stories are saying it’s the Swan’s left wing, let me mention that yes, if you’re the swan it would be your left wing, but for us down below looking at it, it’s the wing on the right side which is the wing closest to the famous bright summer star Vega.)

    We’ll watch that spot every night, especially starting four years from now!
    This Supernova Might Brighten Our Sky In 2022:

    A supernova is an amazingly rare occurrence. According to our best calculations, such events occur once every 10,000 years in our galaxy (inside globular clusters). Now, astronomers have discovered a binary star system that is likely to collide and explode, resulting in a stunning supernova in the Earth's sky in 2022. The contact binary is called KIC 9832227.

    KIC 9832227 is a contact binary star system in the constellation Cygnus, located about 1,940 ±30 light-years away. It is also identified as an eclipsing binary with an orbital period of almost 11 hours. In 2017, the system was predicted to result in a merger in 2022.2 (± 0.6 years), producing a luminous red nova (LRN) reaching an apparent magnitude of 2, or about the brightness of Polaris, the North Star. The LRN would remain visible to the naked eye for roughly a month. The merger of the two stellar cores was predicted to give birth to a new, hotter, more massive main-sequence star. However, a reanalysis of the data in September 2018 revealed that the prediction had been based on a wrongly-timed observation, negating the predicted merger.

    The period of the variations in KIC 9832227 has been observed to be growing shorter since 2013, leading to the prediction of the merger in 2022. In September 2018, it was announced that the original prediction was based on a timing offset of 12 hours in one of the datasets. This shows that the period had actually been increasing up to about 2008. The cause for the period variation is still unknown, but it is unlikely that the system will end in a merger at the predicted time.
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    • Will they also use the power of The James Webb Telescope when it happens?
    • Can this "2022 Supernova" Create an Effect to make other unseen/undetected objects to appear?
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    • How Close a Supernova would have to be to Wipe out Life on Earth?


    The cosmos can be a dangerous place for life. About every 50 years a star explodes in our home galaxy, the Milky Way. These powerful eruptions are called supernovae.

    They can emit the same energy in a single instant that our sun will generate in over 1 million years. Needless to say, if a supernova goes off close enough …
    • But just how close would one need to be?
    Astronomers estimate we have a comfort zone of about 50 light-years. That’s about 27 times the size of our solar system. Any supernova closer than that and — well, you get the idea.

    50 light-years may seem like a comfortable distance, but we’re actually in more danger now than the past.
    Earth is currently moving through a peanut-shaped region of space called the “Local Bubble.”

    About 10 million years ago, astronomers think a neighborly cluster of stars went supernova, spewing their gaseous guts across the galaxy, which created the Local Bubble.

    Usually, the Local Bubble is no cause for concern.

    But, according to recent estimates, this residual gas could actually magnify the lethal effects of a supernova by increasing the amount of high-energy radiation that reaches Earth.

    The last time Earth felt the effects from a supernova was about 1.7 to 3.2 million years ago.

    The explosion took place 325 light-years away — 6.5 times farther than the danger zone — but Earth was still affected.

    Some iron from the star’s core reached our planet. You can find it on the ocean floor.

    There’s no telling when the next nearby supernova will occur.
    But don’t worry.

    At their brightest, supernovae can outshine an entire galaxy.
    So, at least we’ll see the shock coming before it happens.

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    • "KIC 9832227 is about 1843 Light-years away from us" ... according to Wikipedia.
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    Default Re: Will We See A Supernova Explosion In The Sky in 2022

    Red Kachina?

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    Default Re: Will We See A Supernova Explosion In The Sky in 2022

    The entire paradigm is collapsing as part of a greater energetic event; to me, a supernova would be another reflection of the end of an age. Many people are meditating for us to courageously face whatever is thrown our way, with the highest guidance--helping us to walk through these doors in the most gentle ways. When we truly find ourselves, we can walk through anything.

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    Red Kachina?

    indeed possible

    • Story of Blue Kachina Red Kachina Hopi Prophecy:

    • Ancient Aliens: Hopi Legend Predicts Alien Arrival (Season 7) | History
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    Default Re: Will We See A Supernova Explosion In The Sky in 2022

    The Red Kachina was explained by Ben Davidson from his Suspicious Observers channel just last night - he termed this 'The Real Nibiru', a star that appeared 10,000 years ago in the Oort cloud and disturbed the solar system, then wandered off.
    Here is the episode:

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    • More Surprises From the Mysterious Red Luminous Nova V838 Monocerotis:

    • Be aware a (Red) Nova is not the same as a Supernova
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    I am much more concerned about what our own Sun may be doing in the next 20 years or so than I am about what a supernova might do.
    I think Anasazi is correct in calling what we are facing the "end of an age" in post #5... in more ways than one.

    Though both would cause huge devastation, there is an enormous difference between what would happen if the direction of the planet's rotation was reversed, as opposed to a magnetic pole reversal.
    I hope that will be cleared up soon, once and for all.
    (It is so fundamental and important, I really thought it would have been by now.)

    Bill commented here: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...=1#post1467795
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    Quote I have rather a dilemma (as many might), inasmuch as Ben Davidson has always been a very grounded, mainstream-research-based commentator. Then fairly recently he took off a whole series of videos which have quite a different flavor to them.
    These were very much in alignment with The Adam and Eve Story by Chan Thomas. This is a very strange book that, for reasons to be guessed, was apparently classified by the CIA for a number of years.
    https://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Cha...s%20(1993).pdf
    In my view, Ben Davidson (See: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...s-and-Ice-Ages)
    ...never stopped being a very grounded, mainstream-research-based commentator, and his recent conclusions about the magnetic pole reversal and other cosmic issues continue to be based on current research, though it's not limited to either mainstream OR alternative, but a combination of both, when they make sense and connect the necessary dots.
    But as with Dark Journalist (though he and Ben Davidson focus on very different issues for the most part) you have to be willing to take the time and pay attention to the regular updates and follow the dots being connected to understand the conclusions Ben draws, and the whole picture which his conclusions present.

    (As someone said in the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, “You pays your money and you makes your choice!” )

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    The Red Kachina was explained by Ben Davidson from his Suspicious Observers channel just last night - he termed this 'The Real Nibiru', a star that appeared 10,000 years ago in the Oort cloud and disturbed the solar system, then wandered off.
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    Quote Posted by onawah (here)
    I am much more concerned about what our own Sun may be doing in the next 20 years or so than I am about what a supernova might do.
    I think Anasazi is correct in calling what we are facing the "end of an age" in post #5... in more ways than one.

    Though both would cause huge devastation, there is an enormous difference between what would happen if the direction of the planet's rotation was reversed, as opposed to a magnetic pole reversal.
    I hope that will be cleared up soon, once and for all.
    (It is so fundamental and important, I really thought it would have been by now.)

    Bill commented here: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...=1#post1467795
    as follows:
    Quote I have rather a dilemma (as many might), inasmuch as Ben Davidson has always been a very grounded, mainstream-research-based commentator. Then fairly recently he took off a whole series of videos which have quite a different flavor to them.
    These were very much in alignment with The Adam and Eve Story by Chan Thomas. This is a very strange book that, for reasons to be guessed, was apparently classified by the CIA for a number of years.
    https://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/Cha...s%20(1993).pdf
    In my view, Ben Davidson (See: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...s-and-Ice-Ages)
    ...never stopped being a very grounded, mainstream-research-based commentator, and his recent conclusions about the magnetic pole reversal and other cosmic issues continue to be based on current research, though it's not limited to either mainstream OR alternative, but a combination of both, when they make sense and connect the necessary dots.
    But as with Dark Journalist (though he and Ben Davidson focus on very different issues for the most part) you have to be willing to take the time and pay attention to the regular updates and follow the dots being connected to understand the conclusions Ben draws, and the whole picture which his conclusions present.

    (As someone said in the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, “You pays your money and you makes your choice!” )

    Quote Posted by Mike Gorman (here)
    The Red Kachina was explained by Ben Davidson from his Suspicious Observers channel just last night - he termed this 'The Real Nibiru', a star that appeared 10,000 years ago in the Oort cloud and disturbed the solar system, then wandered off.
    Hmm yes, that year period of around 10 to 12 k is a doozy

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