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The Sun and Transits of Comets & Planets

The Next ENSO Event: Return of El Nino
An Astrometeorological Outlook: 2006-2012

Astrometeorology's forecasting of droughts, heavy rains, flooding, and a wide variety of weather events are based on the astronomical motions of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars relative to the Earth. For centuries, classical astrologers perfected their branch of weather forecasting called meteorology. The typical classical astrologer who practices meteorology uses the entire range of astronomical celestial bodies to forecast events such as El Ninos.

In order to accomplish this, the astromet looks at the maxima and minima cycles of the Sun. While a typical sunspot cycle lasts about 11.2 years from "maxima to minima," during the past couple of decades, Solar phases have been shortened to less than five years in some cases influencing things like sea-surface temperature (SST) events in the world's oceans.

The Sun ~
http://www.space.com/php/multimedia/imaged...TRICOLOR_02.jpg

When the Sun's conveyor belt is moving quicker huge amounts of magnetic fields are being swept up, recycled, and emerge as sunspots that eject coronal mass into space. The forthcoming maxima sunspot cycle ahead is going to be intense. Astromets can forecast weather events of much longer length than conventional meteorologists applying their techniques to read the Sun's activity to know what kind of energies the planets will be modulating as they pass through and warp the Sun's magnetic waves spread throughout the Interplanetary Magnetic Field into open space and the solar system. See ~ http://www.ucar.edu/communications/quarter...ing06/solar.jsp

See here the Sun's activity from 1996 to 2001 in this Quicktime motion captured by the SOHO Observatory Telescope and the annual increase in solar activity. See how the magnetic surface of the Sun built up during the El Nino year of 1997-1998, and into 1999 (Give it time to load) ~ http://soho.esac.esa.int/bestofsoho/Movies...01/seq96_01.mov

Comets are used in classical astrology to plot the solar mass ejections that take place immediately following them. Classical astrologers knew that comets were signs of increased solar activity and surmised that comets as well as planetary bodies could trigger solar events that impacted earth's atmosphere. The classical astrologer Galileo nearly went blind detailing sunspots, and improved telescopes to track solar ejections, especially those that took place during encounters with comets. The year 1998 was a major El Nino year, and during this time, we can see the Sun's encounter with two comets and the immediate mass ejection that followed here in this Soho Observatory Space Telescope on the Sun, here in a Quicktime video ~ http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/bestofsoho/.../2comets_C2.mov

Here is another: Comet 96P/Machholz swinging past the Sun and the same reaction ~ http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/bestofsoho/...metM/cometM.mov

Planetary transits do the same thing, here, see the planets pass and the Sun's Coronal Mass Ejections, or CMEs in this Quicktime motion from CME's and planet transits between March 20 to April 10, 1999 ~ http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/bestofsoho/.../C2_Mar99_4.mov

Here are four planets, with the constellation Pleiades in the background. See how the planets spark ejections from the Sun in this Quicktime motion of May 15, 2000 ~ http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/bestofsoho/...ets/planets.mov

To plot Sunspots of the past, see ~ http://www.spaceweather.com/java/archive.html

THEO'S ASTROMET CONCLUSIONS
The Sun is expected to begin to begin maxima cycle either late this year (2006) or early in 2007. According to my calculations, we can expect to witness another ENSO event between 2006-2011 since the Sun has reached minima, an El Nino is most likely to occur later this year, and into 2007. This was confirmed by the retrograde of the planet Venus in December 2005. The same retrograde of Venus took place at the end of 1997, and coincided with an El Nino in 1998.

What is frightening about this El Nino is the fact that the strength of the Sun in the years ahead will be much stronger than that of 1958 - and along with the combinational effects of the positions of the planets relative to the Earth - it appears that storms on Earth will be much larger, widespread, and more powerful - meaning that the coming ENSO will be rather peculiar due to the positions of the planets, and the expected increased maxima level of the Sun heading towards the years 2010-11. Drought and increased flooding events are already taking place in regions worldwide, including parts of the U.S., another sign of emerging El Nino conditions that many times will immediately follow a solar minima cycle. We are in such a cycle as of Spring 2006.

On Quicktime Media, See ~ http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/bestofsoho/...ay/OverlayS.mov

Not only that, but severe storms will be more frequent at the end of this decade, and the beginning of the 2010s. It is why space science is critically important to even conventional meteorology at this time. We are in trouble, and astromets know it to be true which is why they are working triple time in putting out long-range forecasts because lives can be saved by giving longer preparation time.

Seismic events will also see an increase with the eruption of several volcanos due to the increased amounts of magnetic energy in the IMF and through the space that the Earth transits through. Storms of sizes never seen before in modern history could become more frequent while the paradox of extreme droughts exists along with flooding.

In my astromet calculations of planetary transits sometimes I cannot believe my eyes - I see increased flooding, mudslides, much colder winters with heavy snows, extremely warm temperatures, and extremely cold temperatures. Storms of massive size and pressure that seem to build with the Lunar maximums of great intensities that directly affect the fludity of the Earth's atmosphere ~

Moon's Effect on Earth's Atmosphere ~ http://www.nos.noaa.gov/education/kits/tid...upp_tide04.html

I also see what looks likes displacement of seasons merging into one another, with some lengthening, others shortening, with some seasons like autumn seeming to be by-passed altogether with global droughts spreading along with the strange sight of sudden onslaughts of heavy precipitation and floods. Extreme heat and cold exist - with sometimes weird, and sudden fluxes of temperatures. The signs of what is to come were shown to us in 2005.

ENSOs
An ENSO means El Niño-Southern Oscillation and is a weather event that involves an eastward migration of a mass of warm water that is normally found in the western equatorial Pacific Ocean. About every three to seven years, easterly trade winds in the Pacific Ocean weakens and allows a pool of warm water to drift from Australia to the west coast of South America - sparking heavy rains. Early Spanish sailors who fished in small boats along the western shores of South America were familiar with the ocean currents of the region. Normally, the waters they fished were cold and flowed from south-to-north, but during certain years, the waters would reverse flows and become very warm.

The Key to ENSO Forecasting: The Sun's Motion and Phase Reversals
Dr. James Lawler maintains that there is a direct connection between the Sun and El Nino events ~ http://www.nexialinstitute.com/climate_el_nino.htm

See ~ http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/whatsnew/so.../ast20jan_1.htm

Dr.Theodor Landscheidt has tracked solar cycles also directly related to ENSO events ~
http://www.john-daly.com/theodor/new-enso.htm

To better understand how astrometeorologists work, go to ~
http://www.docweather.com/index.php?...t=show&enid=14

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Re: The Sun and Transits of Comets & Planets

Very Interesting Concepts...Theo.
The Ancients Realized That Comets And Asteroids Escalated Solar Activity As They Whizzed Past The Sun... Their Glyphs And Pictographs Told The Stories...



'Dream The Dream Onward'....Carl Jung
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Re: The Sun and Transits of Comets & Planets

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Very Interesting Concepts...Theo.
The Ancients Realized That Comets And Asteroids Escalated Solar Activity As They Whizzed Past The Sun... Their Glyphs And Pictographs Told The Stories...

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I hear that PYXIS. It seems conventional science has not yet caught up, for the most part, to what these ancient classical astrologers knew. The European classical astrologer Galileo, in his time, had read the ancient texts too, and nearly went blind observing what he could of comets, and the Sunspot activity from his observatories, constantly improving telescopes.

Now, with our modern technology, we can witness the connectedness of the universe with film of comets streaking towards the Sun and the Sun immediately responding, and not to just comets, but the planets as well.
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