Dana Mrkich – Evolution Revolution: X class flares provide relief

 

 

Dana Mrkich – Evolution Revolution: 

 X class flares provide relief
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

There was such a frazzled energy in the air yesterday, it felt like there must have been an x class flare for sure. Had a look on http://www.spaceweather.com…nope. Turns out they were on their way with two x-class flares this morning!

The two X class solar flares today are graded X2.2 and X1.5 for those that love a good scientific and mathematical explanation for what they are feeling energetically. X class are the most powerful flares, and an X2 is double the power of an X1.

Today feels all the better for it as we experience a huge release of energetic and emotional pressure that we’ve felt building for days without knowing why. These flares made a lot of people feel like all their buttons were being pushed over the last few days, and you should start feeling a lot calmer very soon if you aren’t already!! Although that said, more X class flares are expected in the coming days so enjoy the calm while it’s here!

Can you feel the relief?

Update:

Crackle, crackle, the sun released another X1 solar flare a few hours ago. Add that to the X1 and X2 flares and you have a huge amount of energy moving in these past 24 hours. While the build up was emotionally turbulent, these flares feel to have allowed the release of a lot of inner pressure. You might feel more alive and full of energy than you have in ages, or you may feel as if you’ve just had a huge healing and need to rest and nurture yourself however possible.

Do you feel as if you’ve come out the other side of something?

(c) Dana Mrkich 2014

2 thoughts on “Dana Mrkich – Evolution Revolution: X class flares provide relief

  1. Spaceweather.com 6/12/14
    http://www.spaceweather.com/

    CHANCE OF FLARES: NOAA forecasters estimate a 60% chance of M-class flares and a 30% chance of X-flares on June 12th. The likely shource is sunspot AR2087, which has already produced three major eruptions since June 10th and is turning toward Earth. Solar flare alerts: text, voice

    MARS ROVER SEES SOLAR TRANSIT: Last week NASA’s Curiosity rover witnessed something no one has ever seen from the surface of another world: a planetary transit of the sun. As the sun rose over Mars’ Gale Crater on June 3rd, Curiosity’s two-eyed MastCam tracked the shadowy silhouette of Mercury crossing the solar disk:

    In addition to showing Mercury, the same MastCam frames show two sunspots approximately the size of Earth.

    This is the first transit of the sun by a planet observed from any planet other than Earth, and also the first imaging of Mercury from Mars. Mercury fills only about one-sixth of one pixel as seen from such a great distance, so the darkening does not have a distinct shape. Nevertheless, it is definitely Mercury as the shadow follows Mercury’s expected path based on orbital calculations.

    On Earth, it is possible to observe solar transits of Mercury and Venus, although they are rare. Last seen in June 2012, Venus transits are typically separated by more than a hundred years. The next Mercury transit visible from Earth will be May 9, 2016. Mercury and Venus transits are visible more often from Mars than from Earth, and Mars also offers a vantage point for seeing Earth transits. The next of each type visible from Mars will be Mercury in April 2015, Venus in August 2030 and Earth in November 2084.

    INCOMING CME: The double X-flare of June 10th may have produced a geoeffective CME after all. At first it appeared that Earth was outside the line of fire, but a closer look at the CME reveals an Earth-directed component. Click to view a movie of the explosion from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory:

    The movie shows a faint CME associated with the first X-flare emerging around 1200 UT. A second, brighter CME from the second X-flare quickly overtakes it, forming a “cannibal CME.” Computer models run yesterday by NOAA analysts suggest the merged storm cloud will reach Earth mid-day on June 13th. The glancing blow could spark polar geomagnetic storms.

    Meanwhile, more X-flares are in the offing. At least two sunspots (AR2080 and AR2087) have unstable ‘delta-class’ magnetic fields that could erupt at any moment. The source of yesterday’s X-flares, AR2087, is particularly potent, and it is turning toward Earth. NOAA forecasters estimate a 60% chance of M-flares and a 30% chance of X-flares on June 11th. Solar flare alerts: text, voice

  2. “The movie shows a faint CME associated with the first X-flare emerging around 1200 UT. A second, brighter CME from the second X-flare quickly overtakes it, forming a “cannibal CME.” Computer models run yesterday by NOAA analysts suggest the merged storm cloud will reach Earth mid-day on June 13th. The glancing blow could spark polar geomagnetic storms.”
    http://www.spaceweather.com/images2014/11jun14/cme_anim.gif?PHPSESSID=6vpeied2imt1mck0ujunma70o7

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