Solar-Seismic Update

There was a 6.0 off the Coast of Oregon last night:

The Suspicious 0bservers, at the end of their daily vid, address the current solar weather:

Other interesting bits of science: Capturing images of photons:

Finally, you may wonder why I’ve been starting to have running updates on Solar and Seismic activity. To be honest, a year ago I didn’t really care, but then the Japan quake happened, and there were some really interesting things about it, especially that some people, working of varying theories, had predicted it. One girl called the exact date, and begged for people living on the Pacific Coast– and she called out Japan specifically– to get to high ground. Her video was dated several weeks before the Quake/Tsunami hit, but she got it right. Now, since then, I’ve learned quite a bit, and I honestly think she’s a bit of a kook. But, no amount of kookiness can deny the fact that she called the exact date of the quake, and also got the location. She was definitely on to something.

Since that time, I’ve been running into a few interesting theories, most of which have a great deal of overlap with each other, but each with essential, core differences. These theories run from the edge of reason–Sitchin’s Nibiru theory– to the much more plausible Magnetic Universe theories. In particular, I am very interested in the Harmonic Resonance theories, which work in nicely with the Solar Magnetic Influence Theories. I take to these theories because, honestly, I am a musician by training, and they make a lot of sense to a music-theory nut like myself.

As best I can describe it, imagine this– the gravitational/magnetic influence between any two given bodies in the solar system is a certain “pitch” which is determined by the relative mass of each pair and the distance between them. So, Sun-Earth has a pitch that increases or decreases throughout the year. Same with Earth-Moon, Earth-Mars, Earth-Pluto, Earth-Vesta, Venus-Uranus, etc. . . Most of the time, these various “pitches” are a muddled mess, frequencies and harmonic overtones mostly cancelling each other out save for the great Bass notes and overtones coming from the Sun to each main body (planet), and from each planet to their relative satellites. However, at certain points, these pitches and harmonics fall into “chords”– moments when pitches are no longer cancelling, but amplifying each other, fitting into each other like pieces of a puzzle. In those moments, the Gravitational/ Magnetic forces resonating between the bodies invovled in the “chord” are such that noticable effects happen, such as increased (or sudden) seismic activity. In the worlds of older times, this is the Music of the Spheres.

Due to my interest in the overall subject matter, the videos I’ll be posting in the future will include the Solar Forecasts (as the sun is just as effected by these chords and progressions as eery other body ni the system), as well as the upcoming Planetary Alignments of note. Here us one recent video (mind, it’s an hour and a half, so if you’re interested, set some time aside) that evaluates the Nibiru and Harmonic theories in light of some of the most ancient records still surviving.

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Z. Malfoy is a practicing Catholic-with-an-"interesting"-past. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Music Education (Spec. Voice) from Loyola University New Orleans, and has since taken a few business courses to expand her knowledge base. In her free time, she studies belly-dance, alchemy, theology, and various skills related to self-sufficiency. She also enjoys reading science fiction, refreshing her French, and watching anime. She recently started with learning Krav Maga and Russian.

6 thoughts on “Solar-Seismic Update

  1. Really fascinating musings here on planetary resonance(which actually has a couple of different meanings), “Music of the Spheres,” etc. I think there’s something to these ideas. I’ll have to spend some more time thinking about this when I get the chance!

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