Gregorian Date: October 19, 2010
374 days till Oct. 28, 2011 - Calleman Alternative Mayan End Date
794 days till Dec. 21, 2012 - Conventional Mayan End Date
426,750 Years till the end of the Vedic Age of Kali Yuga (Cycle of 4 Yugas/Ages)
I found a personal sized (3 Lbs) SOLAR TELESCOPE online for about $625 with a tripod....
Might have to start watching Mr. Sun more closely ....
I don't think we have enoug time to CME proof all the critical electronics before we get wacked with the big one.....
|I do not know how the Third World War will be fought, but I can tell you what they will use in the Fourth - rocks! - Albert Einstein|
So if we get wacked big time satellites,GPS, etc. we can skip the nuclear war and just go straight to Horses, bows,.... for WWIII
Patrick Geryl – Prepare for October 27, 2010
September 7, 2010Patrick Geryl recently made a prediction regarding the next solar storm. He believes that these storms (like the one on Aug 1) will continue in roughly a 85-day pattern until the big one in 2012, and that the ancient Mayans knew of this. Here are excerpts from 2012 Pro Blog:
On August 1st, the entire Earth-facing side of the sun erupted in a tumult of activity. There was a C3-class solar flare, a solar tsunami, multiple filaments of magnetism lifting off the stellar surface, large-scale shaking of the solar corona, radio bursts, a coronal mass ejection and more. Three days later, our planet Earth was hit with magnetic storms, yet not strong enough to dramatically disrupt life, yet strong enough to disturb certain GPS systems. Researchers had predicted the eruptions to take place around July 31st yet didn’t publish the prediction. Now, they want to make it a point about their next calculated prediction: October 27, 2010.www.2012news.com
…Since a bit is not exact science yet an approximate figure, which in reality can vary between 82 and 88 days, the coincidence with the Maya countdown can only be called remarkable. Using the same logic through interpollation, the next complex eruption should follow on October 27, 2010 (plus or minus 1 day). In order to make an accurate calculation, one needs to have the correct data of the speed of the sun’s equator rotation. Surprisingly, astronomers do not possess this vital piece of information! However, depending on the next eruption, Patrick says to be able to make a pretty accurate estimate of this equatoral speed.
…It even makes it possible that a bit counts 85 days for example. If this would be a true assumption, then we should see something remarkable on the sun again around the 26th of August already…followed by a disruption every 85 days until the end of 2012…
The only way to get a better grasp on what is happening is to study the sun more closely. If we do not get to witness another complex eruption on the sun anywhere between August 6 and the end of September 2010, chances are high that the cycle counts 87 days. Let’s see what reality brings!