We have been in France for little more than a month, and our excursions have begun. You can read about Saint Amant here (with its reference to the seven and eight white doves), and you may also read of our arrival in France and encounter with the places of the Knights Templar here.
Earlier you might have read of a visit to Mont St Michel (a monastery which is an island connected by a causeway – which was flooded due the recent supermoon and accompanying tides. We bring you a time lapse video of the Aurora Australis, filmed at Uluru, the place where Alcheringa, the oversighting spirit of our planet resides. Electricity and computers have brought many benefits to modern civilisation. We are staying up more and more at night. Is this beneficial to our health? One article explores this important question. The foods we eat have an important footprint on the way the mind works, in addition to our health, and our spirits. We explore developments on modifications to foods. In past writings, you will have seen where we explored giant asteroid impacts on our planet, and we bring you news of an ancient astroid impact which broke up; researchers are still seeking the evidence. Due our explorations of history in Northern Europe, we look to trade with Vikings and an ancient discovery. We look to an unusual starry phenomenon, colliding galaxies which resemble a Penguin guarding an egg, and the beliefs and experiences of Native American Indians with the starpeoples is included in this newsletter.
Mont Saint-Michel in northern France transformed by supertide
Readers on this website might recall the story of Jehanne D’Arc and the soul story of Valérie, where Sister Manieure – a nun who lived in a small community on Mont St Michel in France. This is very much connected to story of the Knights Templar and the Priory of Sion. Mont St Michel is located in a place of very strong tides, which occur every 18 years. Once again, Mont St Michel is in the news due the Supermoon effect that came with the Spring Equinox – which generated a huge tide.
This photo shows the usual route to Mont St Michel before the Supertide effect came. In the bay of Mont Saint-Michel, as the saying goes, the sea rises “at the speed of a galloping horse.” Although dubbed the tide of the century, the supertide phenomenon occurs once every 18 years. The supertide will also be felt in Tierra del Fuego off the southernmost tip of the South American mainland, the northern coast of Australia and the Bristol Channel in Britain.
The last so-called tide of the century was on March 10, 1997 and the next will be on March 3, 2033. The largest tidal ranges in the world occur in Canada at the Bay of Fundy and Ungava Bay, where, according to the Canadian Hydrographic Service, tides can reach 17 metres in height. The photo below shows Mont St Michel cut off from the mainland.
Aurora Australis and Uluru – Time lapse video
The Aurora Australis is a common event over the South Pole. But a rare display was captured this month at Uluru, the Heart of Australia. Explained by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, the phenomenon is caused when electrically charged electrons and protons accelerate down the Earth’s magnetic field lines and collide with neutral atoms in the upper atmosphere – usually about 100 kilometres above the Earth.
“These collisions cause the neutral atoms to fluoresce, emitting light at many different wavelengths. The most common aurora colours are red and green, caused by the fluorescence of oxygen atoms, while nitrogen atoms can throw bluish-purple lights into the mix,” it said
Here is a time lapse video of the Aurora Australis at Uluru in Central Australia.
The author of this video, Emma Blythman writes:
So, the last few nights I have been going out and taking time lapses of the Milky Way. Last night I took a 30 second exposure at five second intervals for four hours. I noticed some red appearing in some of them but didn’t put much thought into it, I just thought it was strange because it had never shown up in photos I had taken from that spot in the past. It wasn’t until i reviewed the photos on my laptop that I noticed the light was moving in the same way the Aurora Borealis did when I lived in Northern Canada. It is nearly impossible to see the aurora from this latitude. It wasn’t until I checked the space weather report that I saw that the strongest geomagnetic storm of this 11 year solar cycle hit last night and I happened to be photographing it happening next to Uluru!! Check out the time lapse below of possibly the most beautiful thing I have ever seen, the Aurora Australis next to the Milky Way and Uluru!
Lighting Adjustments Necessary for Better Health, Researchers Say
UConn Health cancer epidemiologist Richard Stevens continues to advance research connecting artificial light at night to physiological changes in the human body. (Chris DeFrancesco/UConn Health Photo)
Modern life – a cycle of inadequate exposure to natural light during the day and overexposure to artificial light at night – can mess with the body’s natural sleep pattern.
But new lighting may be able to restore the body’s circadian rhythm, the biological mechanism that enables restful sleep, according to UConn Health cancer epidemiologist Richard Stevens, who has been studying the effects of artificial lighting on human health for three decades.
“It’s become clear that typical lighting is affecting our physiology,” Stevens says. “We’re learning that better lighting can reduce these physiological effects. By that we mean dimmer and longer wavelengths in the evening, and avoiding the bright blue of e-readers, tablets, and smart phones.”
Stevens and co-author Yong Zhu from Yale University explain the known short-term and suspected long-term impacts of circadian disruption in a newly published article published in the British journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
“It’s a new analysis and synthesis of what we know up to now on the effect of lighting on our health,” Stevens says. While short-term effects can be seen in sleep patterns, “there’s growing evidence that the long-term implications of this have ties to breast cancer, obesity, diabetes, and depression, and possibly other cancers.”
For people, electronic devices emit enough blue light when used in the evening to suppress the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin and disrupt the body’s circadian rhythm.
Read more on the UConn Blog.
You Are What You Eat
Our goal here is to aid humanity on the path towards Ascension, and at the same time, bring the true history of humanity on this planet into the light of day, thus serving the Hierarchy and the Source. In these matters our focus is spiritual. On the other hand, we are spiritual beings having a human experience, embodied, with emotion, thought, feeling, action and self-awareness. To this end, we name ourselves as homo sapiens sapiens – the being with self awareness. We urge you to be aware of what is in the food you eat; for what you consume (and think) may aid you toward Ascension or lower your opportunity to experience Ascension in this body. Thus, we bring you this article for your consideration and reflection.
In The Wake Of GMO Apples Being Approved, GMO Peaches, Pears, Berries, Bananas, And Oranges Are In The Works
Over the past decade, certain foods that were originally grown organically have been replaced by replicas promoted to be better than what nature has provided. These genetically modified organisms, backed by Monsanto, came with fantastic promises of easier farming, higher yields, and optimized nutrition. However, independent studies have now shown genetically modified organisms may be causing more harm than good.
The Inquisitr previously reported numerous times when GMOs have caused harm to the people as well as the latest on GMO news. A fine example of how GMOs caused harm for people happened in India. Apparently, the use of GMO seeds has been linked to the rising suicide rate among farmers. As for latest GMO news, the genetically engineered Arctic Apple was recently approved by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to be sold in grocery stores.
The latter aforementioned news however, is only the beginning. GMO apples were just the first of many fruits to replace their organic kind. GMO peaches, pears, cherries, bananas, and oranges are now in the works.
Read more at Inquisitr.
World’s largest asteroid impact zone believed uncovered by ANU researchers in Central Australia
Australian scientists have uncovered what is believed to be the largest asteroid impact zone ever found on Earth, in central Australia.
A team lead by Dr Andrew Glikson from the Australian National University (ANU) said two ancient craters found in central Australia were believed to have been caused by one meteorite that broke in two.
Rock features showing shock metamorphic deformation in the mineral quartz from the Warburton Basin impact.
“They appear to be two large structures, with each of them approximately 200 kilometres,” Dr Glikson said. “So together, jointly they would form a 400 kilometre structure which is the biggest we know of anywhere in the world. “The consequences are that it could have caused a large mass extinction event at the time, but we still don’t know the age of this asteroid impact and we are still working on it.” The material at both impact sites appears to be identical which has led researchers to believe they are from the same meteorite.
Read more here
The Vikings and the Muslim Traders
SWEDEN: A ring crafted more than 1,000 years ago confirms highlights the contact between the Vikings and the Islamic world. Discovered inside a ninth century woman’s grave in Sweden, the stone inset into the ring bears an inscription that says ‘for Allah’ or ‘to Allah’.
While it is already known that the Vikings acquired glass in far flung lands, the artefact bolsters the theory that the seafaring civilisation did business with Islamic traders. The ring was discovered during excavations of a Viking trading centre in Birka, Sweden, in the late 1800s, Science News reported.
Since then, it has been thought that stone in the ring is violet amethyst, but now experts have revealed it is coloured glass – an exotic material at the time. Researchers at Stockholm University used a scanning electron microscope to determine the material and to clearly reveal ancient Arabic writing called Kufic writing that reads ‘for Allah or ‘to Allah.’
It is known that Scandinavians traded glass objects from Egypt and Mesopotamia up to 3,400 years ago, so it is entirely possible that the Vikings fetched glass goods from the region instead of waiting for them to make their way north via trade networks. Ancient texts also mention trades taking place between the Vikings and members of the Islamic civilisation, which stretched from the Mediterranean to West Asia, but archaeological evidence is rare.
Ancient texts mention trades taking place between the Vikings and members of the Islamic civilisation, which stretched from the Mediterranean to West Asia, but archaeological evidence is rare. An illustration of Vikings unloading goods from a longboat is shown
Mexican Evidence of Star People Vistors to Aztec Civlisation
Mexican archaeologists exploring one of the country’s most spectacular ancient temples have uncovered a stash of thousands of artifacts that are estimated to date back as far as 200 A.D.
The Temple of the Feathered Serpent sits on the outskirts of Mexico City. The new Lazgo Hal Tladocan project to explore tunnels beneath it is one of the most important archaeological investigations Mexico has ever seen.
Sculptures carved in stone, ornamented with pre-Columbian jewelry and elaborate jade and greenstone were found. Unique objects made of amber and thousands of wooden artifacts were also uncovered, hidden along with remains of animals, birds and food items.
According to Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History, the tunnels are believed to be a pathway to a mythical underworld.
Celestial penguin the result of galactic destruction
So, what do you see in this Hubble Space Telescope image, a porpoise or a penguin?
Amateur astronomers have used both nicknames to describe this pair of interacting galaxies known as Arp 142 that are located 326 million light-years away in the southern constellation Hydra. The top galaxy displaying the graceful blue and red tinged curve of a celestial dolphin or porpoise is NGC 2936.
It was once a normal spiral galaxy, very similar to our own Milky Way. Below is the golden orb-like elliptical galaxy NGC 2937, which looks like a giant egg. When the two are paired together, they bear a striking resemblance to the loving, nurturing scene of a penguin guarding its egg.
However, in reality it’s a scene of violence and destruction.
NGC 2936 is being twisted, distorted and ripped apart by the powerful gravitational effects of NGC 2937. The once graceful spiral arms of NGC 2936 are now a cascade of blue and red, as its vast clouds of glowing gas and dust are compressed and torn apart by NGC 2937’s tidal forces.
This interaction is triggering ‘star burst’ the rapid birth of thousands of new stars, visible as NGC 2936’s sparkling electric blue streaks and knots. What was once NGC 2936’s bright central bulge now forms the ‘eye’ of the penguin. The egg-like elliptical galaxy NGC 2937 gets its golden colour from its huge population of old yellow and red stars. It has no young blue stars, which would be evidence of recent star formation.
Over the next billion years NGC 2936 and NGC 2937 will continue to interact in a celestial ballet that will slowly change their appearances, disrupting their gas, dust and stars, until the pair gradually merge into a single galaxy. (This image combines visible, red and infrared light from Hubble’s Wide Field Planetary Camera 3.)
Native American Legends from the Stars
A Lakota legend speaks of seven maidens being chased by a bear. On their knees, they prayed for divine intervention, the result being that the ground beneath them erupted, high into the air, lifting them out of harm’s way, as the bear clawed at the risen ground. The result was Devil’s Tower (Wyoming), the bear’s claws having carved vertical geological features into the rock, and the seven maidens having been installed above as the Pleiades.
The Hopi believe their ancestors came from the Pleiades, the place, or people they call Chuhukon, or, those who cling together, a reference it seems to that tightly grouped starry cluster, as it appears to the naked eye. Likewise, early Dakota legends speak of the Pleiades, or Tiyami, as the abode of the ancestors.
Other native oral histories, or legends, speak of an origin, if not in the Pleiades, then in the stars generally, or other constellations. The Cree, for example, arrived on earth from the stars, as spirits, and then became human beings.
Other native legends, including those of the Lakota, about which we were recently informed by a prominent Montana-based tribal member, speak not necessarily of Star People, but of mysterious beings coming from above, we were told, as spheres of light.
The Zuni Indians offer one of many belief systems, if not actual experiences, related to ancestors who came from the sky, a phrasing that has since morphed into the more new age Star People reference, as opposed to Sky People.
Clifford Mahooty, a Zuni elder and member of the Kachina Society, tells us that his “grandfathers” taught him about a “very direct connection” his people have had with “beings from space.” Mahooty at the same time explains that the language of his grandfathers (his elders) was not, of course, English, and that he has interpreted their words and concepts using modern phrasings that nonetheless accurately represent the old beliefs. And Mahooty does this, it seems, so as to be able to account for what many would deem outlandish developments that seem to have gained a foothold in some quarters of modern Native American thought—that the ancestors were extraterrestrial aliens, and that they continue to visit and interact with peoples to this day (a claim independent of the Peyote religion and hallucinatory experience).
In no uncertain terms then, one of the most prominent Sioux Indians of all time, a historic figure, a cousin of Crazy Horse, tells us that he met ETs who arrived in a luminous disk.
Others, such as the modern day new age figure Standing Elk (also known as Chief Golden Light Eagle), widely featured on You Tube and a regular at Star Knowledge Conference, proffers a blend of “wisdom teachings” purportedly emanating from “Star People,” of the “Star Nations,” who include everyone from White Buffalo Calf Woman to Buddha, the Egyptian god Thoth, and Krishna. Dressed in chiefly regalia, he speaks of karma and the energy of the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth dimensional frequencies, attracting both white conferes and native skepticism, all the while offering spiritual teachings that, while embracing Star Beings, veers significantly from the sensibilities of many of his own people.
You can read more of native american elders revealing centuries of extra-terrestial contact here.
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Valérie and John have gone to France, abiding a gentle and loving request from “Upstairs”! You can look to their previous journey in France to see what we may expect (here).
Blessings be with you and Universal love. Val.
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