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HOW ARE YOU FEELING TODAY 6TH OF MAY 2024? HUGE SOLAR FLARES

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Do you have any of these symptoms?


  • Headache?

  • Tired?

  • Tinnitus?

  • Giddy spells?

  • High blood pressure?

  • Just not feeling quite right?


Many of you reading this will have come from the NOTB newsletter made a note of your health over the last week, or made records over the last few months.


If you have not yet made a list, before reading on, quickly take up your diary and make a note of how you have feeling each of the previous seven days. If there have been specific times since the start of the year when you've not felt well or been ill, and you can remember the dates, make a note of these in your diary too.

Then read on.... and as you will see, it might be worth keeping health records for the near future.


Here are two very quick polls, plus there a last final quick poll at end of the article.

(these embedded polls are run by new software that are in beta test mode meaning not woking perfectly! Please click anyway as I can see the results even if you can't yet. I will publish them later)


HOW HAVE YOU BEEN FEELING RECENTLY?

  • Perfectly fine

  • Run down compared to normal

  • Terrible

You can vote for more than one answer.


If you've been feeling great, skip the next section here

If you have not been feeling great, try and match the bad days to dates on your calendar.


Then tick all your symptoms on the list below.

(these embedded polls are run by new software that are in beta test mode meaning not woking perfectly! Please click anyway as I can see the results even if you can't yet. I will publish them later)


PLEASE SCROLL TO SEE ALL THE SYMPTOMS!

Name the symptoms (click all relevant symptoms

  • I've been great

  • Breathless

  • Anxiety

  • High blood pressure

You can vote for more than one answer.



Why am I asking?

Astrologers and scientists have long noticed the effect of the celestial masses above us on the planet Earth, most notably, connecting the moon to our tides, where whole oceans shift in height, depending upon the position of the moon.

The connection between solar flares and human health on Earth was also made many hundreds of years ago, when astrologers noticed that solar flares coincided with epidemics of illness on Earth.

They were so sure of the connection, that the illness was named influenza, meaning 'Influence of the stars.'




If any of you have missed it, The mighty door stopper of tome called The Invisible Rainbow is what I have called book of the century for a reason.

The book is available on Amazon and leads us down a rabbit hole dispelling one of the greatest myths of the last 150 years.

The book details how outbreaks of influenza spread over enormous areas in just a few days – a fact that is difficult to explain by contagion from one person to another. Also, how numerous experiments seeking to prove direct contagion through close contact, droplets of mucus or other processes have proved fruitless.

From 1933 to the present day, virologists have been unable to present any experimental study proving that influenza spreads through normal contact between people. All attempts to do so have met with failure. The book is full of such stories.

The information within the book would cause any rational person to dismiss the whole concept of viral contagion, which in turn would undermine the C19 lockdowns and make a mockery of the WHO's pumped-up Pandemic treaty, demasking it as a bare-faced attempt to gain control over the world's independent governments.

Yes, it is Not On The Beeb's book of the century for a reason :)




Influenza was called 'Influence of the stars' and not "Influe-da-block-next-door' or 'Influence of your ill neighbour" for a reason, that now seems forgotten.



So why am I asking how are you feeling today on the 6th May 2024?


This article was published this morning...


Powerful Flares Just Erupted on The Sun, And Their Effects Are Lashing Earth

06 May 2024

FOR SCIENCE ALERT


The X1.6 flare that took place on 3 May, just days before two more flares erupted. (NASA SDO)


Some of the most powerful flares our Sun can muster have just erupted, each directed in such a way to have a noticeable effect here on Earth.


On 5 May 2024, an X1.3 flare and an X1.2 flare erupted from active sunspot cluster AR 3663, at 0601 and 1154 UTC, respectively, according to the NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center.


Each flare produced a radio blackout here on Earth, and we may see ongoing effects, if there were accompanying coronal mass ejections (CMEs) that hurled charged particles in our direction.


That's not a certainty; the UK Met Office notes that no obvious Earth-directed CMEs were observed. However, as the coronagraph technology used to see CMEs is currently either unavailable or limited, there may very well have been a CME that we didn't catch sight of.

At time of writing, there are nine sunspot clusters, or regions, on the side of the Sun facing Earth, with more than 150 sunspots between them. AR 3663, however, appears to be the most active. It appeared on 30 April and has to date emitted 14 M-class flares and 3 X-class flares – the second most and most powerful flares the Sun can produce.


Scientists predict that more M-class flares will emerge from the region, and maybe another X-class or two, before it rotates to the far side of the Sun, away from Earth.


Active region 3663. (NASA SDO)


Solar flares are spectacular eruptions of plasma on the surface of the Sun, powered by the snapping and reconnecting of magnetic field lines over sunspots – regions where the solar magnetic field is temporarily stronger. The flashes of X-ray and ultraviolet light associated with these explosions can lash Earth's ionosphere on the sunlit side, causing temporary radio blackouts.


Sometimes, a solar flare is accompanied by a CME. This is a huge release of plasma and magnetic field from the Sun, spewed out into space. These eruptions sometimes hit Earth, although they take a bit longer to get here, since plasma travels somewhat slower than light.


When they do arrive, however, the effects – known as a geomagnetic storm – are significantly more profound.


When the CME reaches Earth, it smacks into the planet's magnetosphere; this produces electrical currents that can flow through the power grids, causing fluctuations and blackouts. Currents generated in low-Earth orbit can affect satellites, requiring course corrections, and radio and navigation signals can be affected.

The best part, though, is the aurora. The interaction between solar particles, Earth's magnetosphere, and Earth's atmosphere creates an ethereal glow in the night sky around the poles (during the day, too; you just can't see it because sunlight is too bright).



The auroras are caused by Coronal Mass Ejections (CME)


Currently, there are no geomagnetic storms predicted for the two flares of 5 May, but there are geomagnetic storms just about to hit Earth from a previous solar flare.

On May 3, AR 3663 spat out an X1.6 flare, and a CME is expected to generate a moderate geomagnetic storm on May 6, including power grid fluctuations, satellite drag, and fading radio signals at high latitudes.


Aurora, the NOAA also notes, "may be seen as low as New York to Wisconsin to Washington state."

Because AR 3663 is now rotating away from Earth, any more eruptions in the days to come are likely to have a much smaller effect, even for X-class flares. But not to worry – we're currently right in the swing of the peak of the Sun's 11-year activity cycle. No doubt more solar shenanigans loom for the months ahead.




Of related interest, This article was also in the Guardian three days ago, showing the new images back from the European Space Agency probe featuring the surreal video below of the sun's surface.


VIDEO OF SOLAR SURFACE


QUOTE "...The sun’s otherworldly landscape, including coronal moss, solar rain and 6,000-mile-tall spires of gas, is revealed in footage from the Solar Orbiter spacecraft.

The observations, beamed back by the European Space Agency probe, reveal feathery, hair-like structures made of plasma and also capture eruptions and showers of relatively cooler material falling to the surface...." SOURCE




THE QUESTION IS, CAN YOU SEE ANY CORRELATION?



Can you see any link between the recent solar flares that have been recorded and your health?


Have days of headaches, anxiety, or high blood pressure coincided with the flares?



This graph shows a large X-rated flare this morning at 8 am - 2nd biggest of the year


Now look at these other dates from 2024



These are the biggest solar flares of 2024 and today's flare is sitting at number 2.

Do any of these dates mean anything to you?



If you can spot a connection, please scroll down and leave your comment in the comments section below this



A LAST FINAL POLL - CAN YOU SEE A CONNECTION?


Have you noticed any connection between the dates of the solar flares and your health?

  • No

  • A moderate link

  • Yes, my health has deteriorated when there are solar flares





PLEASE LEAVE YOUR FINDINGS AND FURTHER THOUGHTS IN DETAIL IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!


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