Getting close to something. We’re ready. (That’s a real cat, btw.)
We’re getting more “deliveries” and gifts in dreams, now. And last night was not only sizzle-y…
…the sky was bright… there was rumbling… AND we (again) experienced that fog some commenters are talking about.
Check out the sun strobing.
There were other signs of roastage:
Now look at this beauty:
In the meantime, there’s a bit of a WHOMP in the offing:
So, back to aberrations. We need to walk-back an energy meter:
Those readings at 2:00 Tomsk time are artificial, some kind of nearby radio interference. You can something similar here, and in lots of the meters:
So. Ignore the circled part for a moment and look at tat orange line. That bright line at 50 Hz is a power line’s influence on this meter, and the one at 100 Hz is its harmonic. NOW look at the circled part. See those lines coming off the power line, top and bottom? Let’s change your perspective a moment: Imagine you’re looking DOWN on this graph, from the top. That 50 Hz power line you’re seeing here is the “top layer” of your current reality. See all those lines above and below? Those are OTHER realities, other timelines, on either side/below. Looks like there are about 12. The omniverse is fractally curved (and is itself near-infinite), so the edges of our universe are curved, as well, that’s why they trail off. They might go all the way around, but we just can’t see it. (You can see the same thing in the famous “double slit” experiment.) There’s a frightfully small distance between these “realities,” less than half a millimeter.
Speaking of rolling back… we’re rolling back into range of our favorite hyperactive solar region:
Hm. The electron flux has been up a whole order of magnitude, too.
Hm. That and the strobing… hm.
We’re feeling the energy increasing right now. We’ll see what the day brings. We have our antennas out.
Thanks to Stefan for this:
That’s big-time Wave X saturation energy. THIS is why so many of us were feeling “HOT” over the weekend. Yes, temperature-wise, ahem.
Ok, we’re gonna call it: SOMETHING is about to happen. Look at the sun:
The sun looks like a trumpet embouchure, tensed and ready to blow. (Yes, lots of CATs are musicians.) We’re gonna get an energy toot here pretty soon.