Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Heaven and Earth

By: Jennifer Harris
Series 1

'Solar flares, Mood swings and Sleepless nights'

I met a friend of mine on campus recently and we started gabbing away about this thing and that thing, when suddenly we're on the topic of sleepless nights and feeling irritable. "Girl," my friend says, "I've tried everything, even some wine, and I'm still not sleeping well". That's strange I'm thinking, 'cause except for the wine, the same thing's happening to me!

So, I got curious.

Understandably, everything on the Earth and in the air and in the water is coming from further up. I found out that over the past few weeks the sun has been experiencing little eruptions, like pools of built up high energy particles, with gases popping. Solar flares. But why would a Solar flare billions of miles away on the sun be affecting my friend and me here on campus?

Good question.

The sun is everything to the earth; light, fire, energy, revolution, all of these things act as stimuli to our emotions, senses, mind and physical growth. So, it goes to say, that any increase of solar activity will also cause a change in our pattern of activities.

Washington Post, May 6, 2015 headline reads 'Sun ejects intense x-class flare, signaling increase in solar activity'. They reported that it blew a radio and caused it to make an audible 'burst'. Also, all the radios experienced temporary blackouts. So here's how the Carlini Institute explains what we can expect: Earthquakes, Volcanic eruptions, Hurricanes, Tornadoes and windstorms. It will affect the Central Nervous system (stomach lining), all brain activity (including equilibrium), human behavior, all psycho-physiological (mental-emotional-physical) responses, nervousness, anxiousness, worrisomeness, jittery, dizzy, shaky, irritable, lethargic, exhausted, short term memory, heart palpitations, queasiness, nausea, prolonged head pressure and headaches.


I'm certain that many of us here on campus either have experienced a symptom or are experiencing one right now. Maybe you know other people around you that are being affected. Tell them it's OK. Look up, it's just a Solar flare syndrome.


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