Posted September 2015, P. LaViolette
If we look at recent data from the Swift X-ray Observatory (see above), there does not appear to be much cause for alarm for activity at the galactic core. The X-ray output from Sagittarius A* is seen to be relatively constant and hugging the long-term activity baseline (dotted line). However a recent report by a consortium of astronomers states that within the past year, there has been a ten-fold increase in the rate of bright flares from Sgr A*. This increase happened soon after mid 2014 when the G2 cloud (star) made its close approach to Sgr A*. These new results were obtained by combining the data from three different X-ray space telescopes (Chandra, Newton, and Swift).
As of November 2014, the end of the study’s data analysis period, Sgr A* was producing one bright X-ray flare about every day. It does not state what the situation has been during the ten months following up to the present. This increase, however, is not apparent on the Swift data graph shown above. This is likely because this charts daily averages of X-ray intensity, whereas flares would be seen only in the unaveraged data. That is, each flare typically lasts only about an hour and would become smoothed out in a daily average.
The upsurge in core activity after G2’s passage of its orbital pericenter suggests that material was tidally stripped off by the core’s gravitational field and that this material was of sufficiently small size to be able to decelerate under the action of the galactic core ion wind such that it was able to loop around into a trajectory that brought it crashing onto the core. This looping trajectory is illustrated in the diagram below which I had drawn and posted in May 2014: https://etheric.com/computer-simulation-binary-star-g2-cloud-orbit/. Stripped material that was too massive would not be decelerated sufficiently to make this looping orbit, its momentum carrying it on outward away from the galactic core. Material too fine would interact strongly with the galactic core wind and would be blown outward. So only material in a certain size range will survive the journey inward to eventually crash onto our Galaxy’s Mother star.
So, at this point, is there any cause for alarm given the quiescent appearance of the Swift data? That is not certain at this point. Because flaring activity has picked up dramatically since summer of 2014, we should be keeping a close watch on the core’s X-ray activity. But since there has been no increase in the day-averaged X-ray output, as indicated in the Swift data, things currently do not look so serious that we should be alarmed.
Superwave come in the second half of July this year. Indicate that crop circles. Look at that. 8 orbits the moon and about 20 days to the date of 21.12. And also appeared RA. Sun God ! Almost on the same day. Mysterious makers of crop circles they know more than we do. I wish you all the luck in the upcoming season.
Nice design, but I don’t see any discussion that is talking about any catastrophe that you claim might occur in 4 months.
You’re right. It looks only for a time stamp, but really does not show disaster.
Galactic nucleus behaves like a volcano just before the explosion. Probably remains a few days into the explosion. Let us be wary. I wish you good luck in the upcoming period.
Dear Dr. LaViolette,
They have finally commented on item two of my previous post.
“One hundred years after Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, scientists have finally spotted these elusive ripples in space-time.
In a highly anticipated announcement, physicists with the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) revealed on 11 February that their twin detectors have heard the gravitational ‘ringing’ produced by the collision of two black holes about 400 megaparsecs (1.3 billion light-years) from Earth1.”
“Wave of discovery
The discovery itself was made before the upgraded version, Advanced LIGO, had officially begun to take scientific data. At 11:50 a.m. Central European Time on 14 September, during the experiment’s first observing run, LIGO physicist Marco Drago at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Hannover, Germany, saw a strange signal on his computer. ”
There apparently was some seismic activity around that date.
Perhaps Dr. LaVioette you could confirm that a Gamma Ray occurred shortly (within a few days) of the supposed arrival of the Gravity wave from the location of the reported event.
Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.
No, this is not the same as the 2004 gamma ray burst. That originated in our Galaxy. This gravity wave is believed to have come from more than 1 billion light years away (according to what they claim). This is 50,000 times further away. So don’t expect any detectable gamma ray burst, nor any close correlation with the gravity wave if a burst should be detected.
Correction (2/18/16): Actually a gamma ray burst was detected 0.4 seconds after this LIGO gravity wave event. I discuss this in the posting about this event at http://etheric.com/first-discovery-of-quadrupole-gravity-waves-still-does-not-prove-existence-of-black-holes/.
I would keep an eye on Sgr A*…I’ve been following the Garabandal phenomenon, and stumbled over the following description of the apocalpytic ‘chastisement’ that may be awaiting us. The following quotation by the seer Mari Loli Mazon refers to a vision dating back to the 60s, yet it sounds eeringly like a depiction of earth being hit by a superwave…
“At a certain moment, not a single motor or machine would function; a terrible heat wave will strike the earth and men will begin to feel a great thirst. In desperation they will seek water, but this will evaporate from the heat. Then almost everyone will despair and they will seek to kill one another. But they will lose their strength and fall to the ground. Then it will be understood that it is God alone Who has permitted this.
Then we saw a crowd in the midst of flames. The people ran to hurl themselves into the lakes and seas. But the water seemed to boil, and instead of putting out the flames, it seemed to enkindle them even more. It was so horrible that I asked the Blessed Virgin to take all the young children with her before all this happened. But the Virgin told us that by the time it came, they would all be adults.”
(published in 1970 by Fernand Corteville in his newsletter L’Impartial, No.31)
Dear Dr. LaViolette,
I hope this you and yours in good health and god spirits.
I have two items of interest.
A STRANGE intergalactic force is drawing our Milky Way galaxy inward. We don’t know what, or why. But a hidden swarm of hundreds of nearby galaxies just discovered by Australian astronomers may help reveal the identity of the ‘Great Attractor’.
This pack of galaxies has been spotted by International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) researchers using CSIRO’s Parkes Observatory in NSW. The study was published today in Astronomical Journal.
Despite being ‘just next door’ in astronomical terms — a mere 250 million light years away — these galaxies have remained hidden from view because they are on the opposite side of our own.
The intensity of stars and dust crowded together along the plane of the Milky Way is directly in the line of sight — masking everything behind it from view.
That something must be there has been known for some time.
Its immense gravitational pull — the equivalent of a million billion Suns — has been observed through calculations of strange deviations in the flight path of nearby galaxies.
And our own.
In the absence of any indication as to what it may be, astronomers have simply dubbed it the ‘Great Attractor’.
Our Milky Way is just one of hundreds of thousands of local galaxies ensnared by its grasp.
And we’re hurtling towards the mysterious source of this attraction force at more than two million kilometres per hour.
EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces unleashed by two colliding black holes has reportedly exposed the fabric of space-time itself through long-elusive gravitational waves.
The physics community has been abuzz with speculation ever since excited researchers affiliated with — but not directly involved in — the project spilt the beans on Twitter.
The US National Science Foundation and the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory experiment (LIGO) has now announced a press conference for 10.30am ET Thursday (2.30am AEDT Friday) in Washington DC to coincide the publication of a report in the science journal Nature. The event will be broadcast live.
The international collaboration includes researchers from Australian National University, Monash University, The University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide and University of Western Australia.
So what’s the fuss?
Failing to find them would mean a return to the drawing board: Our fundamental understanding of how the universe operates would be wrong.”
I would appreciate any input you might have about the “Great Attractor” it seems that not only our sun is carrying us on a space voyage, but it also hitchhiking on the Milky Way Galaxy at a pretty good clip, I wonder if it would be possible for the Sun to stop and let me off? LOL
In my book Subquantum Kinetics (CH. 7) I discuss regions of high G concentration (antigravity G Hills) that are subcritical and generally devoid of galaxies and regions of low G concentration (intergalactic G wells) that are supercritical. The Great Attractor may be one of these gigantic G wells that is relatively freshly formed and has not had a chance to spawn many galaxies. Although, the cited news article notes that it is located at the intersection of several galaxy walls in the cosmic web. Such G wells would cause abnormally high rates of blue shifting for photons passing through them. It may be that the Great Attractor is near one such region. The blueshifted galaxies seen through the void located on the far side of the Attractor might appear to be traveling at great velocity towards the center of this well if their anomalous blueshift were interpreted as a velocity shift.
Dear Dr. LaViolette,
is this present outburst of Sagittarius A, as shown on the graph, the event you were talking of?
Best regards from Germany
No, this is not an outburst of Sgr A*. They say it is recording an outburst of a magnetar along the line of site to the GC. So nothing to worry about.
ok, thanks for your answer 🙂
Dear Dr. LaViolette,
Congratulations again, I don’t suppose you can be over congratulated after waiting 30 + years. LOL
Apparently your paper on the Cosmic dust has brought us more information from the Ice packs.
Apparently our Sun gave us some fireworks a 1,000 plus years ago that is off the charts of anything we ever heard of, Solar storms with an intensity of 10X anything we knew of previously. I had heard of the tree ring evidence from Japan before, but now we have Ice pack confirmation. Whew, that was a mouthful I really didn’t want to spit out. LOL
Traces of enormous solar storms in the ice of Greenland and Antarctica
“The extreme solar storms that scientists now have seen traces of in ice cores were at least ten times larger than those observed in recent decades.”
The paper on these events
Multiradionuclide evidence for the solar origin of the cosmic-ray events of ᴀᴅ 774/5 and 993/4
Apparently, we do not need a Superwave event to put us here on Earth back to the stone age, just an EXTREME Solar storm would be plenty.
Perhaps you could tell us if this particular incident might cause some local ripples in our comfort zone…
Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope, an international team of astronomers have found the hottest and most massive double star with components so close that they touch each other. The two stars in the extreme system VFTS 352 could be heading for a dramatic end, during which the two stars either coalesce to create a single giant star, or form a binary black hole.
I doubt that it would.
THE NEXT GENERATION OF SOLAR PANELS WILL BE 10 TIMES CHEAPER
Maybe this reason above is another reason why, the Establishment is engineering its particular form of Disclosure on secret space programme matters and possibly even breakaway ancient civilisation matters. Naturally mixed in with Truman Show deceptions to keep us down. Not going to happen
But my point here is, the above, solar panel costs coming right down. Could be a very powerful genie out of the bottle anyway, regardless if the Freemasons refused to allow nikola tesla t townsend brown physics truths out to be shared openly.
Cheap solar panels , this could well be another motivating factor, whats pushing the cabal, where the urgencys coming from to have ‘Disclosure’, and lock us down with chemtrail toxins and EMF technologies via Smartmeters etc
Im not saying there still isn’t some DNA upgrading galactic Laviolette type Superwave still on the cards as prophecised by many. Im sure there is, I think its happening NOW as I type this and will continue on for months and years
But with cheap solar panels and an increasingly aware population about the truth of the world, and an offgrid mentality…..maybe the freemasons realise too many holes are appearing in the dyke now and they only have 10 fingers.
And this is leaving aside any Positive Russia / india putin Alliance hopefully, and the recent Tap post off Indian govt supporting that free energy scientist
One way or another, decentralisation and personal empowerments coming, whether by solar panels or Tesla truths being rolled out for all. And with that in mind…
we can plot the Freemasonic Talmudic moves to counter this empowerment. If we feed this knowledge into our working equations, factor this in, we can find Achilles heels all over the place, they will show themselves to us then we strike hard
Thank you very much for your explanation. Cheers
Dear dr Paul Laviolette, i fee; really blessed and fortunate to have fall upon your site. I believe you are doing a favor to the whole humanity. I have a question and I would be deeply in your debt if you could please answer. What place and form does electromagnetism hold in you SQK paradigm? I’d be incredibly interested to know. Thank you very much in advance.
Sincerely yours and with utmost respect,
SQK provides a basis for understanding electromagnetic wave propagation. This is already discussed in my previous papers and books which are available on this site.
My question is, if there was worrisome data seen, would the shadow government put pressure on scientists to cover it up? I don’t think this has been the case yet, but i consider it a possibility should something more extreme happen, they might interfere.
If such groups and individuals fund wars, false flags, and other activities that cause all kinds of suffering to fellow humans, what’s a little pushiness and intimidation to some scientists? There is no doubt in my mind, that they would try to cover up foreknowledge of a critical event (though some more ethical types connected to same, might try to drop some hints ahead of time).
Because if this Galactic Core and Superwave thing is a true threat, and could collapse current civilization, then chances are, some have probably looked into it, and monitor it as much and not more than you do.
I still wonder about the Padre’s visions and if they have merit, or was he shown a possibility rather than a probability?
I don’t know enough about Galactic Cores and superwaves to say anything definitive, but i have wondered if it could sort of go through a hiccuping/destabilization period before it really let loose? No idea.
One thing that i’ve wondered about is you saying that a super wave travels slightly slower than the speed of light. Depending on the discrepancy, couldn’t that lead to a rather large gap between seeing the light from a Galactic Core explosion and the arrival of the rest of the energy?
A psychic friend of mine received a message just pointing to November 6th, but nothing went with it. He asked me if that date meant anything to me, and i said other than being close to when American Presidential election happens, no.
But i also considered (silently) if it relates at all the the Padres and your theorizing about a Galactic wind/force pushing Solar energy into the Earth sometime after a mid November time period.
The highest energy cosmic rays in a superwave would arrive with very little delay from the time of the first visible flash.
We’ll have to wait and see regarding the Nov. 6th prediction.