Tuesday, January 01, 2013

2013 Mist Fog & Volcanoes

New Year’s Day stems from an ancient Roman custom, the feast of the Roman god Janus – god of doorways and beginnings. The name for the month of January also comes from Janus, who was depicted as having two faces. One face of Janus looked back into the past, and the other looking forward to the future.

I have said before in earlier Blog Posts that the end of December / beginning of January is - for me - not a time to be jumping around celebrating. It is a quiet time I use to meditate and look into "the mirror". Not a physical mirror; but a cosmic / planetary mirror made from converging energies.

In cycles of death and rebirth the Winter turns to Spring turns to Summer turns to Autumn, and December 31 / January 1 (any year) is like the umbilical chord of the next cycle.

In the northern hemisphere it is a time of standstill, where the trees lose their leaves, animals hibernate or become quiet and the energies withdraw back into the Earth preparing for Spring.

Just as you see everything reflected in a clear still lake of water, you can see what is reflected upon the mirror of still and reflective energies.

Once you teach yourself to see into Earth energy mirrors, then the same mirror shows you your own Buddha Self. Awareness instantly transforms the mind, and so the moment one sees what is, one is instantly transformed into another state of being.

One cannot see a higher state unless one is in that state.

The reason to love the Earth, love Nature and love Oneself .. is due to the resonant frequency connections necessary to alter consciousness and transform the mind.

The world we have today is a result of the human mind being stuck in a very small limited pool of activity, where ego identity is the chain keeping humans bound to this very small pool. The more people who join that pool the worse it gets.

If you have one or two people in a disturbed pool of water (particular stream of consciousness), it is bearable and the water does not get dirty so fast. But! When you have millions or billions actively joining a very small pool .. the effects can be overflow of psychic pollution.

Many of the worlds problems are not physical overpopulation; but are psychic pollution of too many minds in very small pools of activity, where all activity is PSYCHIC [P x P = P] .. Pool times Psyche equals levels of Pollution.

2013 Mist Fog & Volcanoes
I think you can easily guess what I saw... I saw heavy fog or mists shrouding the Planet or shrouding the way ahead. Then I had to figure out what I was seeing.

When we pay attention and listen, the Earth speaks to us in advanced hieroglyphs. The Native Peoples called these Earth / human communications "signs". They would pray, meditate and receive signs that they would have to figure out. Someone would have to understand the sign, understand the hieroglyphic language.

One aspect of mists is related to humidity. Fog is formed from a high concentration of tiny liquid water droplets, where high humidity exceeds 95 percent .. meaning water saturated air. A mist is formed from particles, forming a haze. That could also be volcanoes. Both mist and fog are caused by microscopic water droplets suspended in the air.

Mist is a phenomenon caused by small droplets of water suspended in air. It can occur as part of natural weather or volcanic activity, and is common in cold air forming above warmer water. The only difference between mist and fog is density and its effect on visibility. A cloud that reduces visibility to less than 1 km is called fog, whereas if visibility is between 1 and 2 km it is called mist.

The key to this puzzle seems to be humidity. I have my own ideas about potential changes in humidity and how it can affect the weather conditions on Earth. Other, more mysterious factors, are comets. Two major comets will be a defining signature of 2013.

Comet PANNSTARS will be visible from the southern hemisphere in the first two months of 2013. By the beginning of March the comet will begin to swing northwards, becoming visible in the northern hemisphere by mid-March.

Comet ISON will be visible at the end of 2013 .. and could be truly spectacular in its brightness. Since it is very well placed for viewing from the northern hemisphere, this Comet could be one of the best and brightest comets of the past several centuries.

Because I have this theory that the Sun keeps the Planets "wet" .. I would tend to think that the Sun's activities in 2013 may contribute to changes in humidity, perhaps volcanic activity and maybe have an effect on the layers of the Earth's atmosphere.

The way I see it is this: The Sun and the Planets are ALCHEMISTS .. they create and sustain life. They are also Alchemists of change and transformation, of which (we) their children, have to keep up and adapt. The Planets keep us alive and aware through adaptation.

Animals, birds, fish, plants and trees all have to adapt to changing conditions in some way or another, and so do we humans! Nothing remains the same. Life is in a constant state of renewal.

I have this theory that the Sun, comets, water, the Earth's atmospheric layers, the sea, volcanoes, humidity and the jet streams would interact in complex ways to create specific cycles on Planets in the Solar System.

Another understanding of the time of mists, is that when fog covers the land "slow down", when mist shrouds the air it is not wise to continue at the same pace as before. When the air is clear and all can be seen .. then walking ahead at a fast pace can be justified. When heavy mists or fog shroud the surrounding countryside then is it wise to stop and reflect on current circumstances.

High in the mountains the landscape can be beautiful and inspiring on a clear dry sunny day .. or even on a clear dry star filled night. When the mountains suddenly fill with misty fog, nothing can be seen clearly and the atmosphere can become sullen and inwardly reflective.

Meeting mist in the high mountains can be a life changing event, as it forces us to consider inner values and feelings as the mist cuts off all external panoramic views and ease of travel.

Trained mountain people will know to sit out bad weather high in the mountains. The mists do not last forever. Choice is either ended or is restricted. One is pushed back into a reflective state that lasts as long as the mists remain.

Therefore, in relation to mists, the ruling force is external to oneself and comes or descends from outside. We would have to have the intelligence to look inside and reconsider all things in the light of the natural situation manifesting outside of our control.

When related to comets, the misty tail as seen from Earth is often experienced as a dramatic and life changing event. There is much beauty in a comet, and no one really knows how comets affect life on Earth. Once more there is an outside event, shrouded in beauty, potentially manifesting change.