Cosmic ray intensity shows steady increase for month of August

September 1, 2011Cosmic rays, high-energy particles, long theorized to be a radiant energy accelerant fostering planetary changes on Earth showed a steady increase in intensity throughout most of the month of August. Weak solar activity and a fledging solar wind is allowing more radiation into the solar system as the solar heliosphere acquiesces. We should expect more chaotic planetary system fluxes on Earth in the month of September. The Extinction Protocol
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10 Responses to Cosmic ray intensity shows steady increase for month of August

  1. Erik says:

    hmmm, im absolutly no expert. Better yet, i know only what i hear from youtubers like skyywatcher88 and solarwatcher.

    But my feeling says this cosmic rays are more ‘dangerous’ then the earthquakes and extreme weather events. I will not be suprised if these cosmic rays are behind most of the earth changes in general.

    thanks Alvin,for this post. I think its something to keep an eye on.

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  2. Just my gut instinct, but I believe September is going to be a very busy month.

    Be blessed and Maranatha

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  3. RainMan says:

    Nothing seems to be going our way, when the Sun is active we are bombarded with destructive CME,s, now, because the Sun is relatively quiet we are under threat of destructive cosmic rays, really wishing for one good month.

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  4. Gen says:

    Irene, 9/11?

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  5. saxxonblack says:

    September 29 and October 13 mmmmmm…. solar or humean???????????

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