Below is the link to a great radio show from 24 October by Jim McCanney (Jim's website link : http://www.jmccanneyscience.com/)
Jim gives a great summary in the radio show of the electrical interactions causing some of the effects we are seeing as Comet Ison interacts in our Solar System. This is powerful information that we should be taking notice of. There is a host of information on Jim McCanney's website on a wealth of different subjects.
Link to radio show : http://www.jmccanneyscience.com/JamesMcCanneyScienceHour_October_24_2013.mp3
Close Encounters : Comet Ison
Below is an article about Comet Ison and its close encounter with our sun due late November. While the jury is still out on exactly what may happen when it interacts with the sun, we are certainly feeling the intensification of energetic effects as it moves deeper into our solar system. Understanding that comets are in fact highly electrically charged (and not just chunks of 'ice!), and it becomes a little easier to understand that there can be EM interactions with each of the planets as it passes by - dependant upon proximity. Comet Ison is also not a small comet by recent estimates.
So, if you are feeling as if any 'issues' in your life are being magnified or intensified at the moment, they are. The recent lunar eclipse of 18 October is challenging in itself, and that is without the extra presence of the comet, which has just passed by Mars. For the eclipse astrology, click here.
For those who may be new to Diamond Light World, the octahedral energy field ('Diamond Light Grid') brings core stability and inner strength and reduces the impact of adverse EM charge and radiation - among many other things.
Close Encounters : Comet Ison, an article by Julie Umpleby
The spaceweather community is abuzz with Comet Ison, dubbed by many as ‘The Comet of the Century’. As it travels deeper into our solar system en route to a close encounter with our sun later in November there are many watching with intense interest.
As some spectacular images of this significantly sized comet emerge (the comet nucleus is estimated to be anywhere between 0.5km – 4km in diameter), we would be wise to bear in mind the electrical nature of comets and the potential implications of its encounter with the sun. Far from being huge chunks of ice, comets are in fact more like asteroids and are highly electrically charged, with the nucleus acting as a charge capacitor. This often very high electric charge interferes with the plasma sheath of the sun, most often resulting in an outburst of plasma from the solar surface, a Coronal Mass Ejection.
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