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[link to news.discovery.com]


Right this moment, there's an epic magnetic battle raging above our heads.

On Monday, at around 2 p.m. ET, a coronal mass ejection (CME) slammed into the Earth's magnetosphere. According to NASA's Space Weather Laboratory, the conditions were just right for the CME's magnetic field to compress the Earth's magnetosphere so much that, for a short time (between 3:06 p.m and 3:11 p.m. ET), energetic solar wind particles penetrated as deep as geosynchronous orbit -- home to hundreds of communication satellites.


[link to www.softservenews.com]

Want To See The Northern Lights Tonight?

Here's Everything You Need to know. . .
By JIM THOMAS -- Soft Serve News

Auroras are difficult to predict with precision. They have stops and starts (known as sub-storms). If you are out there, you need to be patient and lucky. Here are some tools that will increase your chances. You should check them at the last minute.
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wow good links..... this lights were so fuking huge... we cant see things are changing very fast. they can be deadly if more impacts happen because we can get out of electricity
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This is going to sound like a weird question, but did anyone else feel any physiological effects from this?

My phone and internet went down, so I didn't find out until this morning that we had a CME hit and these amazing auroras down to such low lattitudes.

I was experiencing tachycardia from about 7pm yesterday to about 3am this morning. I have no history of heart trouble and have never experienced this before.

It could certainly be coincidental, but wondering if there are any corroborating experiences among GLPers.

:heart:
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hfhfhf
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Check These Sights Out:

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Right this moment, there's an epic magnetic battle raging above our heads.

On Monday, at around 2 p.m. ET, a coronal mass ejection (CME) slammed into the Earth's magnetosphere. According to NASA's Space Weather Laboratory, the conditions were just right for the CME's magnetic field to compress the Earth's magnetosphere so much that, for a short time (between 3:06 p.m and 3:11 p.m. ET), energetic solar wind particles penetrated as deep as geosynchronous orbit -- home to hundreds of communication satellites.


[link to www.softservenews.com]

Want To See The Northern Lights Tonight?

Here's Everything You Need to know. . .
By JIM THOMAS -- Soft Serve News

Auroras are difficult to predict with precision. They have stops and starts (known as sub-storms). If you are out there, you need to be patient and lucky. Here are some tools that will increase your chances. You should check them at the last minute.
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bump

Here too:

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Check These Sights Out:

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Right this moment, there's an epic magnetic battle raging above our heads.

On Monday, at around 2 p.m. ET, a coronal mass ejection (CME) slammed into the Earth's magnetosphere. According to NASA's Space Weather Laboratory, the conditions were just right for the CME's magnetic field to compress the Earth's magnetosphere so much that, for a short time (between 3:06 p.m and 3:11 p.m. ET), energetic solar wind particles penetrated as deep as geosynchronous orbit -- home to hundreds of communication satellites.


[link to www.softservenews.com]

Want To See The Northern Lights Tonight?

Here's Everything You Need to know. . .
By JIM THOMAS -- Soft Serve News

Auroras are difficult to predict with precision. They have stops and starts (known as sub-storms). If you are out there, you need to be patient and lucky. Here are some tools that will increase your chances. You should check them at the last minute.
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wow good links..... this lights were so fuking huge... we cant see things are changing very fast. they can be deadly if more impacts happen because we can get out of electricity
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hf

I hope things don't turn out the way I feel they may my friend...
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Check These Sights Out:

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Right this moment, there's an epic magnetic battle raging above our heads.

On Monday, at around 2 p.m. ET, a coronal mass ejection (CME) slammed into the Earth's magnetosphere. According to NASA's Space Weather Laboratory, the conditions were just right for the CME's magnetic field to compress the Earth's magnetosphere so much that, for a short time (between 3:06 p.m and 3:11 p.m. ET), energetic solar wind particles penetrated as deep as geosynchronous orbit -- home to hundreds of communication satellites.


[link to www.softservenews.com]

Want To See The Northern Lights Tonight?

Here's Everything You Need to know. . .
By JIM THOMAS -- Soft Serve News

Auroras are difficult to predict with precision. They have stops and starts (known as sub-storms). If you are out there, you need to be patient and lucky. Here are some tools that will increase your chances. You should check them at the last minute.
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wow good links..... this lights were so fuking huge... we cant see things are changing very fast. they can be deadly if more impacts happen because we can get out of electricity
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hf

I hope things don't turn out the way I feel they may my friend...
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many people say this is the end. but I dont believe that. this was a good thing for people to see! to stop for a moment and see the beautifull sky :)
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Omg, thought I was having a flashback from living in Alaska. Now I know.
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Today in Missouri on my back porch I could see at least 5 cem trail looking exhaust streams and one literally flying way over head as I was observing. May have some to do with it, maybe not.
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I live in MO too chem trails everywhere. i wonder the same thing. Nothing seems real anymore.
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Today in Missouri on my back porch I could see at least 5 cem trail looking exhaust streams and one literally flying way over head as I was observing. May have some to do with it, maybe not.
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I live in MO too chem trails everywhere. i wonder the same thing. Nothing seems real anymore.
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28 oct on the corner
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Glory to God! Seen in Michigan! The majesty of Jesus the King being unveiled!
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^THIS^

EXACTLY what I was thinking! This doesn't look like any "Northern Lights" I have ever seen! Come quickly, Lord Jesus!!!
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I prayed that God would reveal the majesty of His creation to us tonight as we travelled to Sleeping Bear Dunes. He certainly answers the prayers of the righteous! Righteous only through the sacrificial Blood of The Lamb!
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Really? And everytime there is a thunderstorm its God playing DDR upstairs right?

Thats right the only "righteous" sacrifice is that of blood. Cain brought the fruit of the land, but your God wanted blood and looked upon Abel with a smile. So Cain said let me give God what he wants, blood. And killed his brother. O but wait not that blood. Because that blood makes me look bad amongst the other God's (that right there were others). But, you keep praying to the hypocritical blood letting God of yours. As you can see he is what brings much suffering.

If you are going to ever study just one religion, you should at least understand what it is that is being taught.

yeahsure

Looks like HAARP was online at the same time.

[link to www.haarp.alaska.edu]
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We should begin to post when HAARP is on and NOTHING coincidental happens. Trust me it would blow your mind.

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Missed the aurora here in delaware, but it never gets this far south. Figured since people were saying they could see it in Texas then I should def. be able to see it in DE. Not always true since I didnt watch the sky all night and I live in the city. False light, damnnnnn youuuuuuugaah
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Today in Missouri on my back porch I could see at least 5 cem trail looking exhaust streams and one literally flying way over head as I was observing. May have some to do with it, maybe not.
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I live in MO too chem trails everywhere. i wonder the same thing. Nothing seems real anymore.
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28 oct on the corner
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If the 28th were to actually occur, don't you think we would have seen a few more obvious signs the past few days? I found it really convincing and followed Calleman for awhile, but then it began to sound a little to "new age" for me. Its like they are desensitizing us to what was once thought as hocus pocus babel and now getting a following that will help ease in the new religion and belief system for the NWO.

Its honestly disappointing to some degree. I would have really liked an outside source to help us lift our consciousness, but it seems it is just another human architect reveling and new system to humans in the guise of something natural.
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Pictures on this link is probably the most beautiful of the auroras last night.
Enjoy.

[link to nrk.no]
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Saw it in soIL...it was beautiful, traveling east to west. Several minutes long, red sky only from east to west looking north. Look south, east to west, dark and beautiful stars.
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Pictures on this link is probably the most beautiful of the auroras last night.
Enjoy.

[link to nrk.no]
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WOW! Thank you for sharing! Super beautiful! Picture #5 looks like the face of an Autobot...a good transformer. ;)
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Unbelievable Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in Lapland, Finland


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Completely awesome! Thank you Finland for sharing!
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great photos! Thanks again op!

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cool video , 5 stars
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Don't sweat it, you should be fine as long as you are hearing the Music of the Spheres.



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Don't see anything spectacular looking north from Kentucky.... amazed

i wanted to see the awesomeness.........sigh.....
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i wish i'd looked north. let the hounds out the door and noticed the clouds were pink. thought it a bit odd but never thought to look for northern lights.
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Many nights of pink clouds so far. Start looking more often and you'll see them.
Comforting the disturbed and disturbing the comfortable.

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This is going to sound like a weird question, but did anyone else feel any physiological effects from this?

My phone and internet went down, so I didn't find out until this morning that we had a CME hit and these amazing auroras down to such low lattitudes.

I was experiencing tachycardia from about 7pm yesterday to about 3am this morning. I have no history of heart trouble and have never experienced this before.

It could certainly be coincidental, but wondering if there are any corroborating experiences among GLPers.

heart
 Quoting: WalkersEverywhere


Sorry, I'm not a bible thumper but this came to mind (and after a quick google search):

Luke 21:26(Third Millennium Bible w/ Apocrypha)

26 Men's hearts will fail them for fear and for looking upon those things which are coming on the earth; for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

hf

On a serious note I hope your condition is not serious Walker.
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Today in Missouri on my back porch I could see at least 5 cem trail looking exhaust streams and one literally flying way over head as I was observing. May have some to do with it, maybe not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3139987


I live in MO too chem trails everywhere. i wonder the same thing. Nothing seems real anymore.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3960511


28 oct on the corner
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If the 28th were to actually occur, don't you think we would have seen a few more obvious signs the past few days? I found it really convincing and followed Calleman for awhile, but then it began to sound a little to "new age" for me. Its like they are desensitizing us to what was once thought as hocus pocus babel and now getting a following that will help ease in the new religion and belief system for the NWO.

Its honestly disappointing to some degree. I would have really liked an outside source to help us lift our consciousness, but it seems it is just another human architect reveling and new system to humans in the guise of something natural.
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I think what you are missing is these woowoo types have serious physical changes happening in them. Vibrations increasing through them which can't be ignored since it's happening in their physical bodies. Obviously we all have a path and you need to find yours but thought you'd like to hear why some might believe as they do.

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Unbelievable Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in Lapland, Finland


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Completely awesome! Thank you Finland for sharing!
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almost made me cry.... so fuking beautiful

I wanna give u karma but u dont have account bahhh
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This is going to sound like a weird question, but did anyone else feel any physiological effects from this?

My phone and internet went down, so I didn't find out until this morning that we had a CME hit and these amazing auroras down to such low lattitudes.

I was experiencing tachycardia from about 7pm yesterday to about 3am this morning. I have no history of heart trouble and have never experienced this before.

It could certainly be coincidental, but wondering if there are any corroborating experiences among GLPers.

:heart:
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at lot of us get this with large solar storms. I get it before them. Some get it during , some afterwards.
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This is going to sound like a weird question, but did anyone else feel any physiological effects from this?

My phone and internet went down, so I didn't find out until this morning that we had a CME hit and these amazing auroras down to such low lattitudes.

I was experiencing tachycardia from about 7pm yesterday to about 3am this morning. I have no history of heart trouble and have never experienced this before.

It could certainly be coincidental, but wondering if there are any corroborating experiences among GLPers.

:heart:
 Quoting: WalkersEverywhere


Sorry, I'm not a bible thumper but this came to mind (and after a quick google search):

Luke 21:26(Third Millennium Bible w/ Apocrypha)

26 Men's hearts will fail them for fear and for looking upon those things which are coming on the earth; for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

hf

On a serious note I hope your condition is not serious Walker.
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well, those of use that pick up such energies do not have failing hearts. but to those unprepared as the changes increase this refers to the fear they will feel. we are doing what we can to lessen that.
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Pictures on this link is probably the most beautiful of the auroras last night.
Enjoy.

[link to nrk.no]
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those are amazing!!!
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This is going to sound like a weird question, but did anyone else feel any physiological effects from this?

My phone and internet went down, so I didn't find out until this morning that we had a CME hit and these amazing auroras down to such low lattitudes.

I was experiencing tachycardia from about 7pm yesterday to about 3am this morning. I have no history of heart trouble and have never experienced this before.

It could certainly be coincidental, but wondering if there are any corroborating experiences among GLPers.

heart
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Sorry, I'm not a bible thumper but this came to mind (and after a quick google search):

Luke 21:26(Third Millennium Bible w/ Apocrypha)

26 Men's hearts will fail them for fear and for looking upon those things which are coming on the earth; for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

hf

On a serious note I hope your condition is not serious Walker.
 Quoting: Silent Wind


hf

Thanks! It wasn't fear. I was just sitting and they lying in bed thinking "Why is my heat beating like I just went up 3 flights of stairs?"

Odd.

hf
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hf karma for u
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HAARP
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no. IGNORANCE and ONE POSTING BLING. How are auroras haarp? We got a a very large cme yesterday, which was powerful and depressed the magnetosphere down to geosynchronous orbit and that is why the auroras and that is why the changes on the haarp magnetometer too.
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Don't see anything spectacular looking north from Kentucky.... amazed

i wanted to see the awesomeness.........sigh.....
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i wish i'd looked north. let the hounds out the door and noticed the clouds were pink. thought it a bit odd but never thought to look for northern lights.
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Many nights of pink clouds so far. Start looking more often and you'll see them.
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i'd love to but i feed the raccoons at night on my front porch, so it's like their turf after the sun goes downdamned
i'm lucky to have what what moving stars/ufo's i have seen. saw one last sunday 16;-)
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Don't see anything spectacular looking north from Kentucky.... amazed

i wanted to see the awesomeness.........sigh.....
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i wish i'd looked north. let the hounds out the door and noticed the clouds were pink. thought it a bit odd but never thought to look for northern lights.
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Many nights of pink clouds so far. Start looking more often and you'll see them.
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i'd love to but i feed the raccoons at night on my front porch, so it's like their turf after the sun goes downdamned
i'm lucky to have what what moving stars/ufo's i have seen. saw one last sunday 16;-)
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drrrr. what=seen
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i wish i'd looked north. let the hounds out the door and noticed the clouds were pink. thought it a bit odd but never thought to look for northern lights.
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Many nights of pink clouds so far. Start looking more often and you'll see them.
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i'd love to but i feed the raccoons at night on my front porch, so it's like their turf after the sun goes downdamned
i'm lucky to have what what moving stars/ufo's i have seen. saw one last sunday 16;-)
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drrrr. what=seen
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cool. I wanna see a giant ufo :D its my dream ehhe
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Don't see anything spectacular looking north from Kentucky.... amazed

i wanted to see the awesomeness.........sigh.....
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i wish i'd looked north. let the hounds out the door and noticed the clouds were pink. thought it a bit odd but never thought to look for northern lights.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2706830


Many nights of pink clouds so far. Start looking more often and you'll see them.
 Quoting: Silent Wind
i'd love to but i feed the raccoons at night on my front porch, so it's like their turf after the sun goes downdamned
i'm lucky to have what what moving stars/ufo's i have seen. saw one last sunday 16;-)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2706830


I've seen the moving stars also on a few occasions lately

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