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Berry bugs and astrometeorology

Monday, September 26th, 2005

“In times of change, learners inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”
Eric Hoffer

The cat’s clear of his berry bugs and their lesions again and much the happier for it. The weather’s turned wet and windy, right on the nose for Richard Nolle’s 2005 predictions, so he may not be challenged again for a while, at least not until after the window of the October 3rd solar eclipse at 10 Libra has closed around October 10th.

Interesting … Nolle also pegged Katrina’s genesis (this written in December 2004): “Last among this year’s SuperMoon alignments is the full moon at 27 Aquarius on August 19, the Moon’s third closest approach to Earth in 2005. Like its July 21st predecessor, this SuperMoon occurs during a Mercury intersolar cycle – in an especially sensitive spot in fact, within just a few days of Mercury’s direct station on the 16th. So once again, the infrastructure of information, commerce and electrical connections is susceptible to disruption owing to natural calamities. What kind of natural calamities? The usual SuperMoon suspects: powerful storms with heavy precipitation and destructive winds, tidal flooding along the coasts, inland flooding and mudslides due to the aforementioned precipitation […] The planetary scope of the SuperMoon situation notwithstanding, astro-locality suggests a few zones which may be at special risk from tides, storms and seismic activity during the August 16-22 period. Among these is a longitudinal arc running through Ontario, the Great Lakes and Mississippi River Valley, into the Gulf of Mexico and across the Yucutan Peninsula into Central America, and on through the South Pacific.” Katrina began as Tropical Depression Twelve, forming over the southeastern Bahamas on August 22-23.

Nolle has an extremely impressive track record (he nailed last December’s tsunami too, not to mention the early January extreme weather that saw the river that’s normally almost a half mile from my house come to within 6 feet of my front door). And neither do his predictions cost billions of dollars to put into place as an early warning system. What could be more scientific than a theory which, when tested against future outcomes, proves repeatedly accurate? Sometimes the tendency of mankind to cling to its ridiculous prejudices about the world in the face of the blindingly obvious seems altogether too silly for words …

“All actions take place in time by the interweaving of the forces of nature, but the man lost in selfish delusion thinks that he himself is the actor.”
Bhagavad Gita



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