Editor’s note: Watching right now. Interesting and fascinating “sound effects”. From what I have learned so far, the little “pings” that accompany the small whitish dots that show up are meteor’s. The long, connected strands are not. We’ve been watching the past 45 minutes or so and have seen many of these long strands, some with quite large pulses (those spread out right and left of the signal).
Editor’s note: While I don’t agree this is an “evacuation” (more of a monitoring, perhaps assistance) nor do I resonate with the fear factor, I do feel these are space craft signatures. Most certainly not meteor signature (many of the signals that is). Who knows. Stay centered. As always, use the “D” word…
Editor’s note: At about the 1:40 mark, you see a video capture of the sun dimming then suddenly becoming very bright. This is the experience my mate and I had last night only we saw the sun begin to pulsate after dimming then once it stopped pulsating it suddenly became unbelievably bright ~ and I mean unbelievably bright. Enjoy! (And good channel if you haven’t checked him out yet.)
Watching the sun tonight – around 7:35/7:40pm, PST – my mate and I noticed we were able to look directly at it with sunglasses on (normally not advisable obviously) – regardless of cloud cover. It was so dim – then suddenly we both noticed it began to pulse and within moments, was really bright – much too bright to look at (eyes still smarting).
Within an hour, we both felt almost drugged ~ very fatigued. I have a growing number of moments where I feel I am in more than one reality/experience. Grounding/centering is essential.
Here is a pic after the “pulse” (nothing unusual to look at). All of this took just 2-3 minutes to experience.
Editor’s note: I contacted the USGS and asked for an explanation of the ongoing Tiksi, Russia read. Will share if response is forthcoming. In the interim, no (system) explanation for this current read as there were no quakes big enough today to create these reads.
Last update: June 12, 2017 06:02:37 UTC
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Editor’s note: As already noted, it is my strong opinion this is not a meteor. The first obvious question~where are they landing? If this is indeed one of those “largest meteor signals ever spotted on this site” where are they landing (given it’s multiple occasions of such a signal) and where is the destruction? At the very least, where is the footage of these things?? Skycam captures?
Big object sends shockwaves through upper atmosphere of Earth