A Bobbing Sun and Other Weirdness [videos] ~ July 6, 2019

Editor’s Note: Yes, humanity IS observant watching all the signs and symptoms of our Ascension! Ya think we are in “the storm”? I sure think we are, so it may be wise to become “an observer” instead of getting personally riled up, pay attention to good things in your heart, and be…



Steve at WSO shared these captures of a sun that nearly went back to bed before it got its act together and rose where it should have been. His subscriber collected this from a cam in Innsbruck, Austria, July 5, 6 a.m.

Together with the incoming energies that disrupted the Earth’s magnetosphere recently, things are definitely a little “off”. Simon Parkes mentioned that anomaly in his update that I shared today and said it was caused by the incoming wave of positive energy that bathed the planet.

For those not aware, the magnetosphere is an electromagnetic particle shield that protects Earth. It’s usually in front of us, but it moved around back to allow the wave to engulf the planet and assist in our energetic upgrade, then resumed it’s normal placement.

We’re experiencing a lot of anomalies these days.

Have you noticed anything odd? Last night at 11:13 I felt the bed move under me very slightly. And it’s a big, heavy, solid bed on a tile floor, ground level room, hubby hadn’t come to bed yet, and our mattress doesn’t transfer movement anyway. Very odd.

A formerly “okay” neighbourhood rescue dog attacked Mica this morning on our walk, pulled out a bunch of hair and left a puncture wound in his throat. Fortunately, Mica has super thick hair on his neck, seemed unfazed, and I doctored him up and will keep a close eye on the wound.

Thomas Williams was a little weird and waxing mushy Thursday night when he closed the show. It almost sounded like he was saying goodbye…

Sub Catches Sunrise Hopping Around…Innsbruck

And then there’s this. Once again I ask, what’s goin’ on and where are we? I don’t think we’re in Kansas any more. Things are changing. WE’re changing.   ~ BP

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By cindyloucbp

Cynthia is the typical Pisces! Her left brain activities include scientific activities in the hospital laboratory as a director. Her right-brain activites show as a painter, photographer and musician. She is known as the scientist who sings!

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