Mercury retrograde, which occurs three times a year for about three weeks each time, is interpreted particularly strongly. Mental pursuits and connections break down.
The Mercury retrograde period is best used as a time for inner reflection. (White Mirror 13-day cycle). It is not a good time for making new decisions or new business plans, but it is ideal for reflecting on your current situation.
It is best to quietly observe your inner process during Mercury retrograde, and to carry forward with your preexisting plans. Ask yourself: Where am I heading in my life at this particular juncture? Then try to move forward with new directions only after Mercury has gone direct, and perhaps even a fortnight beyond, when Mercury has left its retrograde shadow.
She discovered pulsars which are very pertinent to the movement of the amino acids in the Tzolkin theme-plex’s. So far, I believe a local system planetary pulsar moves the Tone of Creation that precedes the amino acid. That will be in Part 3. The pulsing we know of right now is between tones 1-13 and […]
There is synchronicity with the 28-day moon cycle which is normal in the Tzolkin. Each of the 13 moon cycles in a 365 day solar year are 28 days which aligns the female on earth. 13 x 28 = 364 and our days are literally shortening with the earth evolving so eventually there will be only 364 days in a solar cycle. The main purpose of the Tzolkin is to bring balance between female and male. The Draco with their aggressive, violent, patriarchal ways seeded gender imbalance and it’s been going on just for this planet for billions of years.
The Body Evolution
This is a definite upload to the Galactic Center of our current consciousness status in sync with the beginning of the 28-day Moon cycle and the New Moon.
Earth Evolution-the ScR
Today’s 5th Density Helper in Meditation
Solar light beings have attained their status either through multiple ascensions or created status. They have ascended multiple times and are a part of every race; therefore they exist in every constellation. The oldest light beings exist in Paradise, the heart of the central universe also known as Source. It’s the geographic center of infinity. In Paradise, there is no duality, only supreme love, happiness, and the bond of brotherhood and fellowship. They jump from sun portal to sun portal
The Local System Evolution
We are mediated by Pluto today.
A sextile between Mercury and Chiron this morning is strong for opening healthy dialogues. We approach problems holistically, and our problem-solving skills are high. This transit brings subtle but enhancing energy for communications.
This evening’s Mars-Saturn sextile favors traditional methods and modest ambitions. Thoroughness brings rewards, and we appreciate slow but steady progress. This transit encourages a sense of responsibility and a feeling of directedness. It’s a good time to temper our energy, pace ourselves productively, and exercise better judgment. It’s also a satisfying time to get organized.
On this day before a New Moon, it’s best to avoid brand new innovations or pursuits. Instead, it’s a time to unwind.
The void Moon occurs from 10:40 PM EDT, with the Moon’s last aspect before changing signs (a square to Neptune), until the Moon enters Cancer the next day, Tuesday, June 28th, at 7:55 AM EDT.
I’m sorry this is so late. My phone has been ringing off the hook with patients and Chinese herb orders. People are having anxiety and panic attacks as of yesterday with this high ScR. Reiki helps. In addition to taking care of my patients, I have been getting my own therapy for my neck with Acupuncture and Physical Therapy.
We are in a new HF6; Spectral Input. Inform the flowering of liberation. I Ching 34; The power of the great.
The theme, Red 8 Galactic Dragon has us tuned into our ancestry and roots of nurturing supported by the sense of endlessness that offers as generations pass. The analog is White 8 Mirror; Galactic Reflection. The Guide Power is Red 8 Galactic Serpent; Survival and Life Force, the antipode is Blue 8 Galactic Monkey; Magic, and Hidden Wisdom is Yellow 6 Rhythmic Sun; Enlightenment. The 5GForce is Blue 6 Storm which just occurred a couple days ago. Rhythmic Tryptophan pulsing up the ScR.
We are mediated by the outer planet Neptune today. The outer 5 planets on the karmic side of the holon have collapsed, are collapsing, or drastically changing atmospheres. Our revolutionary movement for the next 10 days is releasing karma which pulses to the right side of the body. if things are going awry on the right side of your body it’s mirroring the Interplanetary Holon. We are directly tied to ALL the earth changes and ALL of the local system changes. This is why our Mind, Body, and Spirit are so challenged right now. ALL DNA is ascending.
The Moon continues its transit of detail-oriented Virgo until 11:24 AM EDT, and we’re ready to solve problems.
From 11:24 AM forward, the Moon transits Libra, sensitizing us to social cues and relationship matters. Those things that are out of balance or unfair can be more noticeable.
The Moon opposes Jupiter this evening, which is “borrow from the future” energy, and we should be careful not to commit to something for which we don’t yet have the resources. Also today, there can be a strong sense of duty associated with loved ones or caring for people in our lives, perhaps without a feeling that we are appreciated for our efforts. We may need to make decisions about family, health, or nutrition.
The void Moon occurs from 8:09 AM EDT, with the Moon’s last aspect before changing signs (a trine to Pluto), until the Moon enters Libra at 11:24 AM EDT. This is in synchronicity with our Hidden Wisdom today.
These probes are in the Earth’s ionosphere which is also the magnetosphere. In Tzolkonics it’s called the Psi Bank or Noosphere. The ScR measures its frequency and amplitude but it’s so complex that scientists struggle to decipher it.
As usual, humans who are very attuned to fluctuations in the EMF can feel the changes and how they affect the higher mind, especially Reiki practitioners. Reiki energy is real and people who have had Reiki can feel it. It is also used in hospitals now as well. However it’s better done in private practice as the vibe in a hospital is not known for being positive or healing at all, unfortunately.
The Van Allen Belts are a topic in my book, “Time is DNA.”
Schumann Resonance of the Earth’s Magnetosphere, 🌎Psi Bank
Stress shadow side of Yellow Sun Attributes that raises S.R.: unloving, divisive, depressed, atheist, hookups, belief in limitation, mandating others reality warrior, lack of imagination, inauthentic, willing to lie, and fickle.
Evolution of Human RNA
We pulse to Rhythmic tone 6; balancing, equality and organization. One could be OCD if you don’t work in a zen state. Pluto mediates. I think the reason Pluto’s atmosphere collapsed is that it mediates the stop codon and tryptophan, a sub-stop codon. There is a lot of pausing creating a timing hiccup that no doubt has a reason for existing. There are no mistakes.
The Amino acids evolving are 6Stop codon, 6Tryptophan, 6stop codon, 6aspartic acid, and 8cysteine. There is the pause you heard about on my podcast. The stop codon stops the sequencing for a millisecond. It’s a blip in our coding that causes an aging mindset. I think it’s our collective guilt from the destruction of Tiamat. Rightly so. Nothing like blowing up a planet to learn a lesson. Honestly.
The 5gforce is Yellow 8 Galactic Sun in Occult Partnership with the theme and Guide Power. That makes 4 pulses to THE SUN in one gateway!
Pulse is to the right shoulder joint, Crown chakra, top of both sides of the head, the left foot, and the right side of the head/brain. This is a spatial pause to upload our status. Nothing intense. I hope our minds drop-down today. 🧘♀️
The Local System
The sun is in ♉ Taurus the bull. Cardinal earth. The astronomy lineup below is in total synchronicity with the Tzolkin Harmonic. We are mediated by Pluto.
Mercury (White Dog) forms a trine to Pluto (Yellow Sun~Blue Storm) this morning, helping us discern matters and focus our minds. The potential is with us for profound insight, psychological understanding, awareness, and focused attention. We seek the hidden message and readily draw upon our powers of persuasion. It’s a good time to devise strategies and make observations. We are exceptionally skilled at solving problems and getting to the bottom line. Dealing with doubt and guilt today can help clear the path for opportunities, although it may not be straightforward with Mercury’s semi-square to Chiron this afternoon. This transit challenges us to communicate with more sensitivity. (White Dog-Loving)
The Moon spends the day in enterprising, active, decisive Aries. (I’m Aries. We’re not always this way. We like peace despite the astrological narrative and bias with Mars.)
The active sun is really supporting my cause today. I appreciate it. I looked at S.O. video AFTER I posted what the Harmonic was communicating. FOUR Pulses from the Harmonic to Yellow Sun Tribe today. The Tzolkin line-up covers our entire local system so all the planets are pulsing to Yellow Sun today causing the solar action.
Note his comment about binary stars at 2:15, ” They haven’t spotted a binary there, they just presume one. And while most micronova events have a binary star you darn sure don’t need one, and it works on a variety of stars that have luminosity and stellar wind which is all of them, (whispered) including the sun.” I follow this up with my own post on binary stars.
Jupiter is well-known for being the biggest planet in our solar system, and it’s also home to the biggest storm. It’s called the Great Red Spot, an enormous vortex that has been swirling for centuries. It’s bigger than our own planet, and yet we don’t know much about it. Until now, scientists could only observe the spot from afar. But thanks to a NASA spacecraft launched a decade ago, we’re finally getting a look inside Jupiter’s storm.
The Great Red Spot is like a storm here on Earth, but supersized. “It’s basically clouds,” says Paul Byrne, a planetary scientist at Washington University in St. Louis. Really, “it’s not all that dissimilar to the kinds of things we know as cyclones or hurricanes or typhoons on Earth.”
At 10,000 miles across, the Great Red Spot is the largest storm in our solar system and has been continually observed for around 200 years, but it’s been around for much longer. (Compare that with big storms on Earth, which generally last a few days or weeks at most.)
“We believe this thing is really old,” says Scott Bolton, principal investigator of NASA’s Juno mission. “How it lasts that long is a mystery.”
Before Juno, scientists could only observe the storm from afar. Even from a distance, they noticed it was changing shape and actually shrinking.
NASA’s Juno mission launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida back in 2011 and arrived at Jupiter in 2016. In 2019, the spacecraft changed course slightly and passed over the Great Red Spot twice.
Bolton and his team used microwave sensors to slice into the depths of the storm, getting the first 3D model of the Great Red Spot. “It’s a pancake because it’s so wide at the top. But the depth of that pancake is much thicker than what we would have anticipated.”
The microwave observations show these storms on Jupiter, called vortices, extend below the cloud deck of the planet. In the case of the Great Red Spot, it extends at least 200 miles into the clouds of Jupiter, beyond the depths of where clouds form and water condenses.
“That’s very different than the way we think Earth’s atmosphere works, which is largely driven by water, clouds, condensation, and sunlight,” says Bolton. “How that works is going to require new models and new ideas to explain.”
Measuring the Great Red Spot’s gravity
During its 2019 pass over the Great Red Spot, the Juno spacecraft buzzed the planet at a blistering 130,000 miles per hour. The storm is so massive that its gravity field actually jostled the spacecraft during its flyby.
“The local gravity tends to pull and push away the spacecraft as it flies over the vortex, and this creates a sort of bump in the road for Juno,” says Marzia Parisi, a Juno scientist from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California and lead author of a paper in the journal Science on gravity overflights of the Great Red Spot.
Scientists here on Earth could see the effect of these gravitational “bumps.” That’s because every time they jostled Juno, they nudged the spacecraft closer to or farther from Earth. That changing distance caused the radio waves sent back to Earth some 400 million miles away to be subtly squeezed and stretched, a phenomenon known as a Doppler shift. Using this effect, the spacecraft could pick up tiny jostles as small as 0.01 millimeters per second.
“The precision required to get the Great Red Spot’s gravity during the July 2019 flyby is staggering,” says Parisi. The findings from the gravity observations complemented Bolton’s earlier microwave measures, concluding the storm penetrates some 300 miles into Jupiter’s atmosphere.
The spacecraft is observing flecks of the storm getting caught up in neighboring clouds. The storm itself also appears to be trapped by powerful conveyor belts of wind on the planet that is stabilizing the storm.
“I don’t think the theory is very far advanced to the sense where we can connect all of that to the changes in the size,” said Bolton.
Data from Juno will help scientists predict what could possibly happen to the Great Red Spot.
“Understanding what’s happening with the storm now allows scientists to make much more sophisticated models to simulate what we see and then make predictions for what will happen in the future, including up to perhaps when the Great Red Spot may eventually go away,” says planetary scientist Paul Byrne.
Understanding other Jupiter-like planets
The findings from the Juno spacecraft are shedding light on the early formation of giant planets like Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune — and even planets beyond our own solar system.
“When we get up close, and this is the first planet we’ve actually been able to open up and look inside, this is going to tell us a lot about how giant planets work throughout the galaxy,” says Bolton.
The JunoCam imager aboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft captures a Jovian cyclone known as a barge type in a polar jet stream called “Jet N4.”
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS. Image processing: Gerald Eichstädt CC BY
To date, astronomers have identified thousands of exoplanets — planets that orbit a star other than our sun. These planets are far away, with the closest one around 10.5 light-years from Earth. That makes observing what’s happening on the surface difficult.
Around 1,400 of these exoplanet candidates are thought to be gas giants, much like Jupiter. Understanding what happens on Jupiter can help scientists get a better sense of what’s happening beyond our solar system.
“By understanding the physics and the processes that go into shaping Jupiter,” says Byrne, “we’ll get a better understanding of not just Jupiter, but of these kinds of worlds.”