Saturday, January 22, 2011

EARTH CHANGES: APOCALYPSE NOW, 2012 & the Sirius Revelation?! The End of Normalcy - "I've Never Seen Anything Like This Before?" Deluge of Floods, Mini-ICE AGE, Africa Splitting, Greenland Melting, Mass Animal Die-Off, Dubai Sinking, Moon Tilting & the TWO SUNS?!

In the observation of signs, patterns, objects, symbolism, impressions, ideas and events; a point of realization, understanding and discernment is made, where what was once considered as vague, obscure and hidden ultimately points to something that results in the final connection and deducement.

Although, symbolic meanings are usually gleaned within the context of the observer's personal perspective, evidential data from numerology,  astrology, and news events can provide the necessary information that corresponds  and leads to a general connection. In this update on the Earth changes, we continue to monitor the orchestrated cataclysmic events within the Hegelian dialectic of the celestial "occultification" of Sirius.

In Canada, as many as 20 dead harp seals, hundreds of catfish, and a myriad of other marine life, like sea slugs, sea urchins and starfish have been washing up on the shores of Boat Harbour in Newfoundland.


Wallace Woodward, who has lived in the small community northwest of St. Anthony for most of his 52 years, says no one can remember such a thing happening before. “I’ve never seen anything like it, in all my years. It’s just unbelievable,” the fisherman said of the mysterious phenomenon. He said many of the catfish seemed skinny or malnourished, as if they were struggling to find food, but the seals looked as if they were healthy before they died. The first dead seals started to appear not long after a storm surge swept across the Northern Peninsula on Christmas Eve... Officials do not know the cause of death and are investigating. - Teddy Hilton
The Auburn Pub disclosed that 55 buffalo died mysteriously on a farm in southern Cayuga County in New York.

Sempronius buffalo farmer Peter Head has lost 55 animals to a mysterious illness since October, but autopsies have shown no clear cause of death. "We're going nuts down here trying to figure out what's going on," he said. "This is going to put me out of business. That's half my frickin' herd." Head and his wife Deborah have run PDH Buffalo Farm on Route 41A for nine years. This year, 17 of his 23 calves died and he has stopped selling meat as a precaution. "I don't want to be selling buffalo meat when I don't know what's going on here," he said. Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine conducted necropsies on several of the carcasses but found only dehydration, Head said. Ron Podolak of the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District said there is no indication that disease is spreading to neighboring farms. "In my career, I don't remember anything quite like this," Podolak said.
In Dacono, Colorado, over one hundred birds was found dead as the bird die-off continues.

Colorado is now on the list of states where birds are mysteriously dying. CBS4 Reporter Stacia Shane sent in pictures of dozens of dead birds she found on I-25. The birds were found near Dacono.  More than one hundred birds were found and most of them were under trees. Health investigators picked up the birds and will try to determine how they died. - CBS4 Denver.
In Australia, the Department of Primary Industries is declaring that the recent heavy rains and flooding have killed thousands of fish, birds and other animals at the Geelong Reedy Lake.
Recent heavy rains have filled the normally shallow freshwater lake at Moolap, dumping dead animals from other nearby waterways into it and sucking away the water's oxygen. Thousands of dead creatures are now floating on the lake's surface after having drowned or suffocated in the water, which has turned black... Ducks, ibis, eels, mullets, bream and European carp - some as heavy as 10kg - were among the dead animals found yesterday... The EPA has also received reports of many dead fish being found in parts of the Barwon River, with the influx of fast-flowing freshwater killing saltwater fish, a spokesman said...
Geelong Field and Game member Ray Agg discovered the grisly scene yesterday morning while monitoring his group's bird conservation work at the lake. "We've got a lot of bird nesting boxes set up at Reedy Lake, and a lot of those went underwater with the floods, so lots of eggs and young duck and ibis chicks have been lost," Mr Agg said. "There are thousands of dead fish and eels all over the place too." "It's amazing, I've been here since the '70s and I've not seen this before, it's really a shame." - Gelong Advertiser.
Fisherman showing the dead fishes.
Several miles away in Jervis Bay, the discovery of thousands of dead fishes on the beaches from Callala Bay to Hare Bay have left investigators in total bewildered. The New South Wales Fisheries and the Department of the Environment had found no obvious pollutants or issues with the water quality. One Callala Bay resident has raised concern about the potential health impact on swimmers. "We've got fish the weight of a small child," he said. "If it can kill a fish that big you've got to be concerned about what it would do to people," Callala Bay resident Frank Taylor said.

Following the record flooding that has affected over 72 towns, more than 1,700 properties and at least 5,000 persons in Victoria; the rains and floods are now moving north threatening towns including Lake Charm, Mystic Park and Swan Hill.

It is expected to peak at Swan Hill on Tuesday, threatening low-lying homes, and then run into the Murray River, Australia's largest river, which authorities hope can handle the volume of water. Community meetings have been held in the towns under threat, with more than 3,000 people attending. - Brisbane Times.
In further confirmation, that the mass animal die-off, is man-made, the government of the United States declared that they are responsible for the hundreds of dead birds in South Dakota.

...residents found out that U.S. government was the ‘culprit’ of this massive animal deaths. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) admitted that the deaths were caused by poison that they have set. “They died as the result of poison set out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture,” an official said on Thursday. Ricky Woods, a USDA wildlife biologist, stated that a great number of starlings was posing a threat in a north Nebraska farm feedlot. They ate the feed and left waste on the equipment and feed. In order to prevent more damage, the USDS decided to use DRC 1339 posion for the birds. - Boncherry.
In further resonance, the Daily Mail is reporting that a new generation of pesticides are to be blamed for the vanishing population of honeybees around the world.

The chemicals, which are routinely used on farms and garden centres, attack the central systems of insects and make bee colonies more vulnerable to disease and pests, researchers say. The claims, which appear in an unpublished study carried out at the US Department of Agriculture's Bee Research Laboratory, add to the evidence that pesticides are partly responsible for the mysterious decline of one of the world's best loved insects... Scientists are baffled by Britain's disappearing honeybees. Since the 1980s numbers have fallen by half... The new study, led by Dr Jeffrey Pettis, one of the U.S.'s top bee experts, found that exposure to a class of pesticides called neo-nicotinoids makes bees more susceptible to infection - even at doses too low to be detected in the creature's bodies.
Makes you wonder, what other poisons and viruses, they have cooked up in their labs. Speak of which, in Japan, the highly pathogenic man-made H5N1 bird flu has been detected in the corpses of migratory wild ducks at a reservoir.

Investigations at a Hen House in Japan
From Jan. 4 to Jan. 10, the prefecture gathered seven bird corpses from the reservoir and sent them for testing at the National Institute for Environmental Studies in Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture. Four of the corpses tested positive for Type-A influenza, and further investigation at Hokkaido University in Sapporo found that two had the highly pathogenic H5N1 bird flu. The other two are still being investigated... The prefecture set up a response center on Jan. 19 and on the morning of Jan. 20 began sending inspectors clad in protective suits to 59 poultry farms in a 10-kilometer radius area under supervision that includes neighboring towns... The discovery of H5N1 bird flu in Koriyama is the sixth confirmed case in the country since October of last year, when it was detected in duck droppings in Wakkanai, Hokkaido. Further cases were confirmed in Yasugi, Shimane Prefecture, Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, Yonago, Tottori Prefecture, and Izumi, Kagoshima Prefecture. - The Mainichi Daily News.
The RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service is also reporting an escalation in biological and epidemic hazards in the following countries: China, America, Canada, Spain, Sudan, Papua New Guinea, Australia, India, the United Kingdom, Honduras, North Korea, Azerbaijan, and Bulgarian with cases ranging from disease and virus outbreaks to the death of animals.

Recombinomics is also reporting that the other subtype of the Influenza A Virus, H1N1, is now spreading in the United States.

The CDC has recently released a small series of sequences from the United States and although none are from December, six are from October or November and all six have one of the two markers. The two most recent sequences are from the fatal cases in Lehigh, Pennsylvania.
Recombinomics indicates that these sequences are similar to those witnessed in Japan, Iran, Russia and the United Kingdom. Speaking of the UK, over 100 persons have died over the last week due to H1N1, leaving experts to wonder if the situation could spread to mainland Europe.
The HPA week 3 report on influenza in the UK shows a dramatic jump in fatal cases (to 254 from 112), which has more credibility than earlier reports, which were trailing the numbers reported by the media (and the media reports represent a small fraction of the total number of deaths). Agencies are now withholding the number of fatal cases, so the actual number of deaths remains murky. Media reports describe young patients who have flu-like symptoms, which then develops into pneumonia and death... - Recombinomics.
Meanwhile, in the UK, the Wee County has been hit by torrential rains, sweeping across region with flooding and road closures as the snow melts, following the most severe winter experienced in over a thousand years.

In Brazil, government officials are estimating that the death toll from flooding and mudslides could approach 1,000 victims, following the disclosure by authorities of at least 207 missing persons.


Local officials in the worst-affected towns of Teresopolis and Nova Friburgo said the number of missing was at least 300. Many of them are believed buried under the avalanches of mud and debris from flash floods that destroyed hundreds of homes. "There are families that were so decimated that there is no one left to confirm who's missing," said Roberto Botto, a spokesman for the Civil Defense agency in Nova Friburgo, where at least 345 people died. The death toll is still rising steadily as rescuers reach isolated areas and dig out more bodies from the wreckage of neighborhoods that were swept away by landslides and floods triggered by intense rains in southeast Brazil last week. - Yahoo

In the Philippines, 10 houses was washed away by strong currents in the Tondo Manila region, resulting from increase water levels and weak ground foundation.

On Wednesday, mudslides following days of heavy Pacific Northwest rains forced Amtrak on Wednesday to shut two popular passenger trains from Seattle to Vancouver, British Columbia, and from Seattle to suburban Everett. According to the Gus Melonas, the spokesman for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway, the towns of Everett and Mukilteo were filled with mud and other debris. The event occurred following two weeks of heavy showers, followed by a thaw in the snow-covered mountain areas, that unleashed heavy runoff throughout the region.

In a most alarming report yesterday, the National Geographic News disclosed that the Yellowstone National Park supervolcano is showing dramatic movements, with the ground levels raised by as much as 10 inches.

Yellowstone National Park's supervolcano just took a deep "breath," causing miles of ground to rise dramatically, scientists report. The simmering volcano has produced major eruptions—each a thousand times more powerful than Mount St. Helens's 1980 eruption—three times in the past 2.1 million years. Yellowstone's caldera, which covers a 25- by 37-mile (40- by 60-kilometer) swath of Wyoming, is an ancient crater formed after the last big blast, some 640,000 years ago. Since then, about 30 smaller eruptions — including one as recent as 70,000 years ago—have filled the caldera with lava and ash, producing the relatively flat landscape we see today. But beginning in 2004, scientists saw the ground above the caldera rise upward at rates as high as 2.8 inches (7 centimeters) a year. The rate slowed between 2007 and 2010 to a centimeter a year or less. Still, since the start of the swelling, ground levels over the volcano have been raised by as much as 10 inches (25 centimeters) in places. "It's an extraordinary uplift, because it covers such a large area and the rates are so high," said the University of Utah's Bob Smith, a longtime expert in Yellowstone's volcanism.

The following video takes a look at the risks posed by a possible eruption.

Several weeks ago, I highlighted the following quote from Trailer 1 for the blockbuster disaster film 2012
In an obvious case of predictive programming, it turns out that in 2006, President George W. Bush mandated that the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) withhold evidence and information regarding major seismic and volcanism activity in the United States and around the globe, including the status of Yellowstone. Five years later, President Obama still has not repealed or canceled the order.

Which goes to explain why a magnitude 6.2 earthquake that struck western Turkey on Thursday was not reported by USGS.

Quake registration at Turkey's Seismic Service.
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake was recorded in Turkey, on January 20. The earth shocks hit Golcuk district in Kocaeli Province, causing panic among the local residents, Sabah newspaper reports. The tremors were also felt in Istanbul and Izmit. As reported previously, on January 19, a 5.3 magnitude quake hit Turkey, in the Ardahan province bordering with Georgia. According to Seismic Service of Georgia, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake (with 7 magnitude in the epicenter) hit Georgia 19 km to the south from the town of Kutaisi and was felt in Armenia. A panic-stricken Georgian woman jumped out of the second floor and received injuries. -

Whether USGS reports these events or not, the increase in seismic activities are becoming frequent enough for everyone to witness. The following report from Alex Bojanowski undoubtedly illustrates this. In a recent report for Spiegel Online, Bojanowski is indicating, based on the accumulated evidence from geological and satellite data, that the continent of Africa is tearing apart.

Great rift developing in Africa.
The fissures began appearing years ago. But in recent months, seismic activity has accelerated in northeastern Africa as the continent breaks apart in slow motion. Researchers say that lava in the region is consistent with magma normally seen on the sea floor -- and that water will ultimately cover the desert... The earth is in upheaval in northeastern Africa, and the region is changing quickly. The desert floor is quaking and splitting open, volcanoes are boiling over, and seawaters are encroaching upon the land. Africa, researchers are certain, is splitting apart at a rate rarely seen in geology. The first fracture appeared millions of years ago, resulting in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. The second fracture, stretching south from Ethiopia to Mozambique, is known as the Great Rift Valley, and it is lined with several volcanoes. Millions of years from now, it too will be filled with seawater. But in the Danakil Depression, in the northern part of the valley, the ocean could arrive much sooner. There, low, 25 meter (82 foot) hills are the only thing holding back the waters of the Red Sea. The land behind them has already dropped dozens of meters from previous levels and white salt deposits on the desert floor testify to past encroachments of the sea. But lava soon choked off its access. For now, no one can really say when the sea will finally flood the desert. But when it does, it could go quickly. "The hills could sink in a matter of days," Tim Wright, a fellow at the University of Leeds' School of Earth and Environment, said at a recent conference hosted by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in San Francisco... Oxford University's David Ferguson predicts a considerable increase in volcanic eruptions and earthquakes in the region over the next decade. They will, he says, "become of increasingly large magnitude."
If that didn't grab your attention, then perhaps this will - the London Telegraph is reporting that the islands of Dubai are sinking.


The islands of Dubai.
 The islands were intended as the ultimate luxury possession, even for Dubai. But the World, the ambitiously-constructed archipelago of islands shaped like the countries of the globe, is sinking back into the sea, according to evidence cited before a property tribunal. The islands were intended to be developed with tailor-made hotel complexes and luxury villas, and sold to millionaires. They are off the coast of Dubai and accessible by yacht or motor boat. Now their sands are eroding and the navigational channels between them are silting up, the British lawyer for a company bringing a case against the state-run developer, Nakheel, has told judges. The islands are gradually falling back into the sea,” Richard Wilmot-Smith QC, for Penguin Marine, said. The evidence showed “erosion and deterioration of The World islands”, he added.
In Russia, the Kizimen Volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula continues to spew plumes of ash at an height of up to 6 kilometres or nearly 4 miles.

Kizimen Volcano.
"Seismologists registered about 200 local tremors in the vicinity of the volcano over the past 24 hours," the spokesman said. According to him, bad weather satellites cannot track the direction or the distance of the ash plume which has repeatedly caused falling ash in populated areas on the peninsula, including Petropavlovsk, where 60% of the Kamchatka Peninsula residents live. However, the ash could affect the operations of aircraft. Particles of ash may get into the mechanisms of airliners and provoke an accident.There are more than 150 volcanoes on Kamchatka, 29 of them active... Kizimen's last eruption with lava flows occurred at the end of the 1920s... Scientists have not ruled out the volcano may produce lava flows in this latest eruption. - RIANOVOSTI.
Now, it is believed that sources of heat are required for volcanism and seismic activity. Therefore, the report from Bojanowski makes sense when you consider that last year, 2010, has been officially declared by scientists as the second hottest ever on record.

In Britain it ended in freezing temperatures and weeks of snow and ice. Globally, though, 2010 was still the second warmest year on record, according to Met Office scientists who yesterday reaffirmed that the world is continuing to get warmer. Preliminary data gathered from thousands of weather stations, ships and buoys stationed across the world show that 2010 was second only to 1998 in terms of global average temperatures and that nine out of the 10 hottest years on record have now occurred between 2001 and 2010... Adam Scaife, head of long-range forecasting at the Met Office, said: "The three leading global temperature data sets show 2010 is clearly warmer than 2009. They also show that 2010 is the warmest or second warmest year on record as suggested in the Met Office's annual forecast of global temperatures." - The Independent.
New research shows that 2010 set new records for the melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet, expected to be a major contributor to projected sea level rises in coming decades. "This past melt season was exceptional, with melting in some areas stretching up to 50 days longer than average,” said Dr. Marco Tedesco, Director of the Cryosphere Processes Laboratory at the City College of New York (CCNY – CUNY), who is leading a project studying variables that affect ice sheet melting. “Melting in 2010 started exceptionally early at the end of April and ended quite late in mid- September.” - RSOE.
This would also explain why the Earth is entering a mini-Ice Age, since the warm conditions would eventually melt the ice sheets and ice caps in Greenland and Antarctica, raise the sea levels, ultimately resulting in cold waters and temperatures flowing into the the Gulf Stream of the northern Atlantic. Coupled with the effects from the BP oil spill, North America and Europe would be plunged into harsh winter conditions, given that the Gulf Stream would stall and eventually shut down.

Speaking of harsh, AccuWeather is forecasting that the weather conditions in America will get worse:


AccuWeather U.S. Forecast.
 For people who are sick of the cold and snow and hoping for a quick end to winter, Chief Long Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi may have bad news for you. More persistent cold is expected to hold strong through at least the middle of February across much of the eastern two-thirds of the country. Bastardi also expects wintry events to last into April in some areas, which would be longer than last year. Based on what is predicted for the rest of the season, Bastardi also says that this winter could end up being the coldest for the nation as a whole since the 1980s. - AccuWeather.
Randy Mann of the Spokesman Review writes a very interesting piece today, where he concludes that the worldwide weather is one for the record books.

La NiƱa, the cooler than normal sea-surface temperature event in the south-central Pacific Ocean, has been responsible, at least in part, for the extreme weather across the globe. For example, heavy snows were also reported near London. Deadly floods have plagued Pakistan, southern Brazil and, most recently in northeastern Australia near the nation’s third-largest city, Brisbane. The Australian floods have now been described as “worst in history” in some areas. The current winter in the U.S. deep South may go into the record books as one of the coldest and snowiest seasons in nearly 400 years. It’s extremely unusual to have weeks on end of freezing weather in Dixie. Many cities in the South do not have snowplows. Thousands of accidents occurred, and grocery shelves were emptied. Widespread power outages have made life miserable for many residents in the South. It’s also possible that the extreme winter may be related to many reports of dead birds. These fatalities began with more than 4,000 red-winged blackbirds that plunged from the sky in Beebe, Ark. on New Year’s Eve. Then, a few days later, hundreds of dead birds covered the ground in northern Louisiana. Similar occurrences have been reported this month in parts of Europe and Asia. 
One of the areas, that is definitely impacted by the what is happening with the Gulf Stream is the southeastern region of America. Over the last month, we have seen a deluge of stories about mass animal die-off in Arkansas, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Alabama. In my last update, I reported that the Emergency and Disaster Information Service was warning that rising sea levels may make the North Carolina coastline unrecognizable. Several weeks ago, the Tampa Bay Airport in Florida had to close due to the effects from the magnetic pole shift. This morning, the Register is reporting that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is warning of ongoing GPS issues in this same southeastern region of the U.S., due to Defense Department testing.


Source: FAA.
The US Federal Aviation Administration is warning pilots to expect “unreliable or unavailable” signals from their global positioning gear as a result unspecified tests being carried out by the Department of Defense. The Notice to Airmen, or NOTAM (PDF) said the GPS tests will be carried out beginning Thursday and are expected to last through February 22. They will cause spotty GPS signals in a several hundred mile radius centered off the coast of Florida. A second NOTAM (PDF) warns of similar GPS disruptions centered in Southern California Nevada around the same period.  “Pilots are highly recommended to report anomalies during testing to the appropriate [Air Route Traffic Control Center] to assist in the determination of the extent of GPS degradation during tests.” During the effective period, test events will be active for 45 minutes followed by 15 minutes of off time.

On Thursday, the RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, reported that a "Event into Space" over the states of Chicago and Indiana.

An unusually bright shooting star shot across the sky Wednesday night, prompting sighting reports from the Chicago area to Indiana, a local astronomer said. A green-tinted burst was reported by amateur astronomers in LaPorte, Ind., just after 8 p.m.., said Adler Planetarium astronomer Chris Lintott. The shooting star, which was a meteor probably about the size of 10 grains of salt, likely didn't hit the ground or become a meteorite, he said. Meteoroids are pieces of material traveling through space that become meteors when they streak through the Earth's atmosphere and meteorites if they strike the ground. At least one motorist on a Chicago expressway also saw the flash. - RSOE.
Across the pond, on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, a huge meteorite blazed across the skies in Ireland on Wednesday.


The search is on for fragments of a meteorite which blazed across Irish skies yesterday evening.
The meteor - described as 'huge' by Astronomy Ireland - is known as a fireball... Astronomy Ireland says people all over the country are reporting sightings. It appeared in the moonlit sky at approximately 6pm, or shortly after.

At the moment of writing, there are currently no clear indication of where this object landed. As we continue to ponder on these Earth changes, it seems they are reflected in the cyclic star/planetary displacement and interstellar explosions above us. I mean, have you notice what is happening with the Moon lately? Have a look at the video on the left.

Is something really wrong with the Moon, or are we looking at the usual effects from libration and the geometry of the Solar System, that appears to make it change in orientation? Or is this confirmation of that Earth's north magnetic pole is really moving towards Siberia? Or is it something else. If you look at the simulated diagram of the magnetosphere, it would appear that we are witnessing an abundant stream of charged particles on the magnetic fields of the Earth.

Magnetosphere simulation.
Could this explain NASA's current investigations into Earth's Radiation Belt?

Are we looking at the Sun's defensive reaction to an incoming object, with prominent eruptions and releases of plasma hurled into space?

The recent news stories and memes of twin stars or two suns in our skies by 2012, as was seen in the story surrounding the loss in mass in the Betelgeuse star and the prospect that it could run out of fuel and eventually go supernova, suggests that we are being pointed towards the convergence of Sol and Sirius. A religious and mythological deception of the second coming of a messiah or savior based on the "occultification" of the Sirius Star System.

In a recent conversation that I had with Liz Durkin, Vedic astrologer and fellow blogger of Starsyncs,  she made the following comment:

Two Suns by 2012?
I... believe we are linked to Sirius, as our Sun's binary companion or wormhole source...  "they (The Global Elites)" [are trying to] link this potential supernova with 2012. It could happen now or hundreds of years from now. They really don't know, but they do like to create a hyped story to heighten apocalyptic fears -- like introducing the 13th sign Ophiuchus on the 13 day of January. There is more than meets the eye here.
 ...Other astronomers suggest that if it were to explode today, Betelgeuse would become as bright as a gibbous Moon, which is far dimmer than a second sun. It's all part of that second coming of the Son mythology/deception...  Plus, Betelgeuse is just too far from Earth to be as significant as closer stars such as Sirius. Betelgeuse's distance is a problem and a puzzle. Direct parallax measures from space, using the most modern results, give 495 light years, whereas the parallax using the star's natural radio emission gives 640 light years. Sirius is one of the closes starts to Earth at 8.6 light years. Alpha centauri is the closest star and is in the southern constellation of the Centaur. Moreover the supernova in Ophiucus (20,000 light years -- glowed as bright as Venus) is a more likely target for 2012 supernovaship than Betelgeuse because of past correlations with the Mayan calendar.

The very idea of twin stars or two suns, brings us to the science fiction writer Sir Arthur C. Clarke and his classical work, 2010: Odyssey Two, later adapted to screen as 2010: The Year We Make Contact. In the novel, the Discovery Two spaceship is sent out to investigate what happen to Discovery One during its failed mission to Jupiter. Lead by the mysterious monolith machine, under the control of aliens, Discovery Two discovers aquatic and indigenous life on Europa and is eventually destroyed when Jupiter achieves nuclear fusion and become a star called Lucifer, that ultimately becomes the Solar System's primary Sun.
Lucifer, the Second Sun from the final scenes of "2010: The Year We Make Contact"
It seems no matter how we much we examine or analyze these Earth changes, global and economic upheavals, and  pop culture symbolism; it always seem to come right back to the Luciferian dialectic of Thesis, Anti-Thesis and Synthesis - orchestrated order out of chaos.