Category: venus retrogrades


birth-new-island volcano erupts from comet ison near sun n earth near japan pacific ocean ring of fire 23 nov 2013

birth-new-island volcano erupts from comet ison near sun n earth near japan pacific ocean ring of fire 23 nov 2013

comet ison crop circles south field june 27 2009 creating live starseeding new life on earth

comet ison crop circles south field june 27 2009 creating live starseeding new life on earth

** the crop circle’s prophecy comes true!**

the idea girl says

i was looking up gravitational pulls of comet ison and I’m right, it’s powerful.

It erupted a dormant volcano on Jupiter, which in turn created a new island, and what do we see in the news nov 22, 2013?

the same thing happening on Earth, so that means, Comet Ison’s gravitational pull along with Venus Retrogrades pull on gravitational waves, along with seismic activity could trigger dormant volcanoe’s to erupt on earth, and massive earthquakes and tsunami’s.

only time will tell…

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venus retrogrades nov 5 2013 and dec 21 2013.

46 day pattern.
Sep 4, 2013

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Ison Gravitational Pull On Jupiter’s Moon
http://www.universetoday.com/104317/m…

Major Volcanic Eruption Seen on Jupiter’s Moon Io Recent observations of Jupiter’s moon Io has revealed a massive volcanic eruption taking place 628,300,000 km (390,400,000 miles) from Earth. Io, the innermost of the four largest moons around Jupiter, is the most volcanically active object in the Solar System with about 240 active regions. But this new one definitely caught the eye of Dr. Imke de Pater, Professor of Astronomy and of Earth and Planetary Science at the University of California in Berkeley. She was using the Keck II telescope on Mauna Kea in Hawaii on August 15, 2013 when it immediately became apparent something big was happening at Io. “When you are right at the telescope and see the data, this is something you can see immediately, especially with a big eruption like that,” de Pater told Universe Today via phone. de Pater said this eruption is one of the top 10 most powerful eruptions that have been seen on this moon. “It is a very energetic eruption that covers over a 30 square kilometer area,” she said. “For Earth, that is big, and for Io it is very big too. It really is one of the biggest eruptions we have seen.” She added the new volcano appears to have a large energy output. “We saw a big eruption in 2001, which was in the Surt region, which is well known as the biggest one anyone has ever seen,” she said. “For this one, the total energy is less but per square meter, it is bigger than the one in 2001, so it is very powerful.” While Io’s eruptions can’t be seen directly from Earth,infrared cameras on the Keck telescope (looking between 1 and 5 microns) have been able to ascertain there are likely fountains of lava gushing from fissures in the Rarog Patera region of Io, aptly named for a Czech fire deity. While many regions of Io are volcanically active, de Pater said she’s not been able to find any other previous activity that has been reported in the Rarog Patera area, which the team finds very interesting

Venus Retrogrades Nov 5 2013 and Dec 21 2013 – Gravitational pull on Earth with Comet Ison

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25+21 = 46 days from November to December 2013 retrograde (earlier patterns were 25 days)

 

Comet Ison

 

NASA | Comet ISON’s Path Through the Solar System

 

 

yt notes
Comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) may become one of the most dazzling in decades when it rounds the sun later this year. Like all comets, ISON is a clump of frozen gases mixed with dust. Often described as “dirty snowballs,” comets emit gas and dust whenever they venture near enough to the sun that the icy material transforms from a solid to gas, a process called sublimation. Jets powered by sublimating ice also release dust, which reflects sunlight and brightens the comet.

Based on ISON’s orbit, astronomers think the comet is making its first-ever trip through the inner solar system. Before beginning its long fall toward the sun, the comet resided in the Oort comet cloud, a vast shell of perhaps a trillion icy bodies that extends from the outer reaches of the planetary system to about a third of the distance to the star nearest the sun.

Formally designated C/2012 S1 (ISON), the comet was discovered on Sept. 21, 2012, by Russian astronomers Vitali Nevski and Artyom Novichonok using a telescope of the International Scientific Optical Network located near Kislovodsk.

The first of several intriguing observing opportunities occurs on Oct. 1, when the inbound comet passes about 6.7 million miles (10.8 million km) from Mars. During this time, the comet may be observable to NASA and ESA spacecraft now working at Mars, including the Curiosity rover.

Fifty-eight days later, on Nov. 28, ISON will make a sweltering passage around the sun. The comet will approach within about 730,000 miles (1.2 million km) of its visible surface, which classifies ISON as a sungrazing comet. In late November, its icy material will furiously sublimate and release torrents of dust as the surface erodes under the sun’s fierce heat, all as sun-monitoring satellites look on. Around this time, the comet may become bright enough to glimpse just by holding up a hand to block the sun’s glare.

Sungrazing comets often shed large fragments or even completely disrupt following close encounters with the sun, but for ISON neither fate is a forgone conclusion.

Following ISON’s solar encounter, the comet will depart the sun and move toward Earth, appearing in evening twilight through December. The comet will swing past Earth on Dec. 26, approaching within 39.9 million miles (64.2 million km) or about 167 times farther than the moon.

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left of red mars comet ison, mars, regulus david marshall oct 16 2013 christ church barbados photo

left of red mars comet ison, mars, regulus david marshall oct 16 2013 christ church barbados photo

the idea girl says

the approach of comet ison is causing strong seismic activity on earth, our earthquakes clusters are well over 7.5 + magnitude, they will get bigger as it get’s closer in november 2013 to our sun.

venus retrogrades cause a stronger gravitational wave pull on earth, combined with comet ison oct 17 to 22 2013 you will see bigger earthquakes during this time period, possible tsunami’s and powerful hurricanes tornado’s forming.
prediction 17 oct 2013 549 am edt

coronalhole_sdo_200 solar winds 16 oct 13 reach earth oct 21-22 2013

coronalhole_sdo_200 solar winds 16 oct 13 reach earth oct 21-22 2013

in 3 days it’s +13 days venus retrogrades oct 7 2013, so we can still have a hurricane form in the next 5 days, from 17 -22 same time as coronal hole winds hit earth, they are already at 450 km per second.. so with a flux of 200 to 300 were up to 750 to 800 kmps

ar1865 c m class solar flares M1 2336 ut oct 15 2013 NASA solar dynamics observatory

ar1865 c m class solar flares M1 2336 ut oct 15 2013 NASA solar dynamics observatory

+10 days venus retrogrades oct 7 2013, x class solar flares detected on sun.