04-FEB-2010 20:20:21 40.43 -124.93 6.0 11.2 NEAR COAST OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Note:The above seismic map is current as of 1:30 pm 2/5/10
I am not being 'alarmist', but this seismic activity is correlated with the solar events I've been monitoring. Usually, it takes 1.5-4 days for a solar discharge to have an effect on earth. Please bear in mind that I am no astrophysicist, but solar activity discharges energy into space, some of it in the direction of earth. This energy is 'tracked/quantified' using various parameters, i.e. as solar wind, k index, x-ray flux, electron flux, proton flux, plasma and B field, GOES magnetometer measurements, earth magnetometer measurements, regional maps of solar flares, SOHO EIT 185 (very cool, btw) images and Aurora images.
All the above parameters are represented graphically and/or by photographic interpretation and also by drawings. The combined data allows for prediction of the stuff of movies and Armageddon time predictions: GEOMAGNETIC STORMS ON EARTH.
Geomagnetic Storms are very real, dear ones. Today it is possible to predict the effect solar events will have on the earth, including the intensity of effects, where they will be most intense on earth, how long the Geomagnetic Storms will last and how long they will take to dissipate. There's even a way of categorizing Geomagnetic Storms utilized by entities such as NOAA, which everyone is familiar with (NOAA-National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Weather Radio). Here's a list of Geomagnetic Storm intensity if you are curious:
I've been monitoring things for a while now, and noted that just before the big Haiti quakes, there was solar flare activity. Similarly, the recent quake in Northern California is correlated with solar flare activity, also (active sights 11041 and 11042). It is important to remember that if you check out the solar activity data that when it's 'quiet on the sun', something is either being affected on earth already...or something will be acting up soon. Also, things could be quiet both on the sun and on the earth...temporarily, of course.
Two things for you to consider, which are products of my fertile and realistically 'constructive' observations as a non-astrophysicist:
1--solar events send out energy radially and some of it hits earth and can cause geomagnetic disturbances which affect radio-transmissions, satellite operations, the earth itself (as earthquakes, for instance). If bad enough, solar events can really theoretically be very destructive to things and people on earth. This could even include fluctuations in polarities of earth's 'poles'.
2--solar events are pretty constant since for the time I've been checking them out this past year. Having monitored earthquakes for decades now, it was easy for me to discern a 'cause and effect' now that I've studied the solar event data now so readily available on the internet.
3--there are other 'celestial events' that we may or may be able to detect and for which we may or may not have adequate advance notice. In addition, there may or may no be anything humans can do about things. People will be left to react to events as they may.
From where I stand, knowledge can be a great comfort, even when things look bleak. As a woman of faith and having been close to death a few times, I am not afraid of dying, but I am afraid of others being terrified should some horrendous natural disaster (act of God to believers and insurance companies) hit earth. Certainly our better and worst 'angels' will attend us in the widely-anticipated events of the future. What we will do and who will do it will be unknown until the time we face the crisis...And face one we will.
With absolutely no intent to alarm anyone, I suggest we all be vigilant and plan to react intelligently come what may. Do not panic, do not be a fear-monger. You may choose to monitor events for yourself or you may choose to read encapsulations of opinions elsewhere. You can check in with me for my take. I intend to stay current and update you as best as I can, for what it's worth. No one can predict the future, although science sure is providing us with some useful 'signaling tools'. It's all a matter of whether or not we are capable of using and interpreting what these tools provide us with appropriately.
"As to the date and times..." we are told "...do not be concerned." I, for one, am fine with that. This comes from a most special reference book, the Bible. My prayer for you is a simple one. It is that we can help each other process the overwhelming information we are bombarded with. If you have read this far, you know what I aim to contribute. Per Northern California, all I say is 'take note'. Check the seismic monitors:
Check the solar sites:
Scientists all have our own 'lingo', but with some study anyone can effectively utilize the above sites and draw their own conclusions. OR, you can just read it here--your choice. You decide if you trust my interpretations or not. I am not generally an 'everything goes libertine' Preacher, nor am I a 'fire and brimstone' Preacher. Judging, condemning and scourging are things I leave to others, knowing that our Creator has it all under control. My work with so many marginalized and suffering souls here on earth tells me but one thing: As a Christian, compassion always trumps 'fire and brimstone', if we are to live as Christ.
The minute that I see real trouble coming for the West Coast or anywhere in the US, for that matter, I will let you know immediately and that's the best I can do. Meanwhile I pray for all of us on earth. I pray and pray and pray that the Lord is merciful to us and the generations to come. May it be so. Amen,
Reverend Barbara Sexton "The Biblical Biochemist-Where Science Meets the Cross"