Why the sun has changed from the yellow sun in the day-time sky to the silvery white sun that we see now. You used to be able to look up at the sun for a couple of seconds and see a yellow sun. Now, however, it is hard to even look in the direction of the sun anymore because of it's increase in diffuse brightness. It's hard to even see the orb that is the sun in all that brightness. It really hurts the eyes now.
An ultra-glaring Sun was noted in 2003, when Planet X roared into the inner solar system from the direction of Orion, and screeched to a halt as it neared the Sun
and the repulsion force clicked in. The tail of Planet X, not affected by the repulsion force, maintained its momentum and wafted past the Sun to deliver red dust
and odd atmospheric changes to the Earth. As the Earth, in the summer of 2003, was on the opposite side of the Sun from this drama, it was in the path of this
wafting tail. As Planet X hoses its tail away from its N Pole, and this was glued closely to the Sun's S Pole, the tail at that time was pointed toward the Sun. But by
the Winter of 2003 the Earth had come round in her orbit to be to the side of Planet X, thus out of the tail for the moment.
In the Summer of 2003, it was noted that people sunburned more readily, construction workers long used to working out of doors, noted an unusual tendency to burn. Crops likewise matured two weeks early that year in many places, and comments about the intense brightness of the Sun were common. During 2004, this seemed to dissipate, but now these same symptoms and comments have returned. What has changed? During 2004, Planet X had its N Pole glued to the Sun's S Pole, and thus the tail wafted toward the Sun. But as we have explained, a 270° roll is due, where Planet X will rotate in place to point its N Pole outward, as it crosses the ecliptic, the Sun's middle, to align with the magnetic flow lines above the ecliptic. Thus, the tail will again begin to point toward the Earth, and many of the phenomena experienced that year will return.
What will this mean? Increasing fireballs and debris entering the Earth's atmosphere. Certainly increasing red dust, with all its symptoms of a blood red Moon and deposits on roof and car tops. In that the tail is magnetized, charged, this will again affect the Earth's magnetic field as it exists in the atmosphere. The core of the Earth responds to stronger dictates from the Sun and secondarily from Planet X at this time, but the atmosphere is subject to the wafting tail, and thus drama can result. In 2003, there was a period of electrical surges and outages, affecting countries worldwide. This could return, as it is the charged tail that caused this. Neon clouds, red colored and seemingly lit, were seen at that time, and these and other atmospheric displays will be produced.
What causes the Sun scald, the intense brightness that does not translate into increased heat and cannot be correlated to solar activity or sun spots? A fog bank, with a light shown on it, appears to be evenly lit, because the light is scattered and bouncing back to the observer. Is there more light, or simply scattered light? A rainbow gives off distinct light in various stepped spectrum because it is bent toward the observer by water in the clouds, but normally white light prevails as all light in the spectrum is available. If the Sun is no longer yellow, it is because all light rays are scattered, and the steady state of yellow is interfered with. During a rainbow, no additional heat is generated, nor is a heat difference noted when the light returns to being scattered.
The perception of increased intensity is due to the mix in light spectrum, those spectrums the eye can best adapt to no longer present. You formerly looked at the setting Sun without distress, the yellow or orange Sun, though the Sun was still in view and its rays were coming into your eye with full force. It is the loss of your yellow Sun that is affecting your eye's ability to look at the Sun, thus the perception of increased brightness, as the Sun's rays, scattered, are presenting the same mix to your eye that high noon presents. Likewise with the rays that created sunburn, which normally are not bent toward the observer at sunset or at other than high noon, but now are scattered to arrive at one's skin. The time of day is no longer a protection from sunburn. This will only get worse, as the tail continues to turn toward the Earth.
- Signs of the Times #63
- Why are the suns rays burning and tanning worse these days? I was outside for just a few hours the last 2 days [June 25, 2003] and it wasn´t that hot and I got quite a tan, not really burned red like years past, but how can you get tanned so fast? I remember 20 years ago it took a good 6 weeks to get a tan. I was moving and not laying in the sun too. [and from another poster] Yes in Quebec Sun look more white and give tan so quick. Too bright and the summer just start. [and from another poster] This thing gets brighter every day at much more than last week. Last week I could look at this and wait to make out the sun and see it. Now I cannot even see a Sun now with all of this brightness. Same as Santorini webcam.
- Signs of the Times #75
- I have noticed the that the sun is huge. Does the sun grow in size? I have pics. Taken on different days same approx. time. Big differnce in size. The sky seems white washed [June 30, 2003]. I have worked outside in Florida for eighteen years, and Iam telling you something is up with the sun. [and from another poster] I´m in northern Virgina. No rainbow here, but the sky has that bright-white hard, hazy glare that makes your eyes water to look at. Can´t tell how many suns are there, but it´s bright - whatever it is.
- Signs of the Times #81
- The red dust in Florida is coming in now more so then before. When I took the Moon shot tonight [July 2, 2003] I noticed the clouds are very reddish now after sunset. There is also a large dark cloud that has been hanging over the western horizon after sunset the past 3 days. There was a tremendous red halo surrounding the Moon tonight as well. [and later] The red dust is coming in thick here on the West Coast of Florida. Tonight [July 3, 2003] the dust is even thicker then last night and is beginning to settle on the cars here. Every Cloud in the sky is red just after sunset. The planet must be moving at great speed now. I wonder how long before the media and the common folk pick up on this? [and from another email] For the last few weeks, I've been watching the sunsets [July 3, 2003] here in north Missouri. I have never seen them redder in my entire life. [and from another email] This picture of Red Skies is taken from a webcam [July 4, 2003 Noon] in Fraena in the north west of Norway.
- Signs of the Times #80
- I am a farmer in Illinois. Many of my friends have been commenting on how unusually bright the sun has been this summer [July 1, 2003]. I have noticed this as well. Despite a relatively cool growing season so far, our crops are well advanced for this time of year. This photo of last evening's Sunset is unusual because it is never this bright at sunset. [and from another email] The cherry crop matured about two weeks early here in Northern Utah [July 3, 2003] and then suddenly after a big rain last week they began to burst. Farmers have never seen anything like this. Something is definitely happening.
- Signs of the Times #115
- While at breakfast this morning [July 14, 2003] with friends from work, two guys mentioned that the Sun seemed extremely bright lately and was making it very difficult to drive during the morning and evening commute. They have been making the same drive for years and can't remember a time when they had so much trouble seeing the road.