Sun Not Behaving Normally––Omen of Things to Come?

posted by Jim Seerfar @ 23:42 PM
April 18, 2013

sun exploding       In the last few weeks, many of my fellow scholars have told us to stay alert:  the earth––over-ladened with the greed of modern industrialization––and its surrounding planets and stars wait in this lull before a pending storm.  Even the sun is unusually silent; its exploding spots ending, but for a brief season.

Ramez Naam of Scientific America warns the Earth cannot take much more of man’s destruction.  In ‘The Limits of the Earth, Part 1: Problems,’ he posits:   “The world is facing incredibly serious natural resource and environmental challenges: Climate change, fresh water depletion, ocean over-fishing, deforestation, air and water pollution, the struggle to feed a planet of billions. . . .

“One view of these looming threats is that we’ve exhausted planet’s resources. We’ve overshot the planet’s carrying capacity. Economic growth––the root problem driving our growing consumption and pollution––has to end.”

T.E.P. of Extinction Protocol says in ‘Planet Reeling from Spasm of Quakes: Seismic Stress Could be Building Towards an Event:’ “The planet is . . . reeling from a dense spectrum of moderate to light tremors which have struck along major tectonic plate boundaries . . . The latest spat of seismic activity across the globe has every indication of being a Surushme_260312_3precursor to a major seismic stress release . . .”

In its webcast information on the ‘Solar Maximum!’ NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) seeks to explain the sun’s present silence as part of the Solar Cycle or Sunspot Cycle:  “An irregular cycle, averaging about 11 years in length, during which the number of sunspots (and of their associated outbursts) rises and then drops again.”

This present drop of sun activity is also temporary.  We can expect more sunspots, and even sun storms to hit at any time.  Extinction Protocol often says, we know certain things are going to happen again.  We just don’t know when.

As NASA explains:  “Solar storms, generated above these sunspot groups blast huge quantities of . . . radiation into the solar system. . . .  these storms can disrupt radio communications, compromise electrical power systems, damage sensitive satellite electronics, and degrade their orbits, and cause navigational equipment to make mistakes.

“The effects of these solar storms reach throughout our entire solar system impacting planets, moons, comets and asteroids, and even the boundaries on the solar system itself.”  NASA believes earth is protected from such disruptions, or that human technology can warn of impending danger––but there is no guarantee.

Christians must strengthen their faith in God’s wisdom and knowledge, not depending solely on man’s perceptions. Christian prayer books explain: “Thine, O LORD, is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty: for all that is in the heaven and in the earth is Thine; Thine is the kingdom, O LORD, and Thou art exalted as Head Above All (1 Chronicles 29: 11).”  Look to God and not man to see us through both the lull and the storm!

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