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Space Weather & Energy Driven Evolutionary Change

The Celestial Deluge &
Arrival of Cosmic Fire

Spectacular Eruptions from the Sun

A collection of SOHO satellite images

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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 12th October 1999


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 5th May 2000


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 15th May 2000


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 6th June 2000


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 14th July 2000


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 24th September 2000


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 28th September 2001


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 1st October 2001


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 21st April 2002


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 28th December 2002


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 28th December 2002


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 28th October 2003


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 18th November 2003


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 25th July 2004


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 12th September 2004


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 29th December 2004


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Spectacular eruptions from the Sun - 13th September 2005


Credit: SOHO/NASA/ESA


Spectacular Eruptions!

This collection of spectacular CME eruptions from the Sun, show magnetic activity in the Sun's corona. The images from 2000 & 2001 are in the period defined as “Solar Maximum”, when peak solar activity occurs as part of the 11 year cycle of low and high activity on the Sun. However, massive eruptions can occur anytime without warning. The huge ejections from the Sun are called coronal mass ejections (CMEs), which are explosions of charged particles in the plasma state that are flung millions of miles into space.


SOHO Coronagraph
Smoke ring CMEs


These images are generated by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) spacecraft, which sits at a position called L1 Lagranian, 1.5 million kilometers from Earth and provides an uninteruppted view of the Sun. The LASCO (Large Angle Spectrometric Coronagraph) instrument on SOHO makes images like this one by blocking the light coming directly from the Sun with an occulter disk, creating an artificial eclipse within the instrument itself. The red/blue disk blocks out the Sun's bright light and the white circle near the center shows the true size of the Sun.


SOHO Coronagraph
Credit: ESA/NASA


The coronagraph dated 15th May 2000 is extraordinary and provides a view with four planets and the Pleiades. The "snow" effect on some of the images is the effect of energetic solar particles (protons) striking SOHO's digital camera. Particularly powerful solar flares from the sun's surface accelerate protons to nearly the speed of light thus generating proton storms. Solar flares also contain gamma rays, X-rays, and electrons, normally X-rays arrive on Earth first taking just over 8 minutes. The most extreme solar flare ever recorded erupted on Nov. 4, 2003, causing massive ozone loss in the statosphere. Click image to find more details.


The most extreme solar flare ever erupted on Nov. 4, 2003.



Spectacular Eruptions from the Sun
CME Listing



Before 1989, Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs), which are explosions from the Sun, lasted about half an hour, now they last for hours and hours [1]. It is interesting to note that Dr Wilhelm Reich wrote to Albert Einstein in 1941, explaining to him that geomagnetic storms on Earth were deliveries of Spiritual "Orgone" Energy. Today, we have thousands of scientists studying the drastically changed electromagnetic environment of Earth and the effects of "excess" energy now stored around the Earth's equator.

The Joyfire conclusion is that those of "higher consciousness" were required to have used this "New Energy" to influence the destiny of mankind in a short window of opportunity lasting 25 years (1987-2012). This is achieved by strengthening and re-calibrating one's personal electromagnetic fields and then using this neww empowerment to work with the Earth. Unfortunately, this message seems to have been lost in the cacophony of less relevant spiritual teaching.

The following CME listing has been provided to study a few of these massive bursts of solar energy. Click the dates to obtain the SOHO coronographs.

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12th October 1999

13:31 — 0:06, 10 hrs 35 mins, 2nd explosion captured at 15:40

5th May 2000

11:42 — 00:18, 12 hours 36 mins, 2nd explosion captured at 16:16

15th May 2000

9:18 — 15:44, 6 hrs 26 mins

6th June 2000
15:42 — 2:42, 11 hrs
This video starts after a giant explosion has already occured.

14th July 2000

10:30 — 11:55, 1 hr 25 mins
This is a Proton storm. These particles can take 30-40 minutes to arrive on Earth, but ususally these heavier particles take a few hours after their initial explosion from the Sun.

24th September 2000

10:42 — 16:42, 6 hrs

28th September 2001

9:42 — 17:18
There is a 2nd explosion at 11:18 and a 3rd starting at 16:18

1st October 2001

06:18 — 12:42, 6 hrs 24 mins

21st April 2002

1:42 — 9:46, 8 hrs 4 min

28th December 2002

20:18 — 0:18, 4 hours
This explosion was already underway producing a classic "light bulb" CME

23rd October 2003

8:42 — 12:42, 4 hours

28th October 2003

11:18 — 14:52 (?), 3 hrs 34 mins
This Proton Storm, consisting of highly energetic particles also lasts for hours.

18th November 2003

8:42 — 14:18, 5 hrs 36 mins
2nd explosion starts is captured at 10:42

25th July 2004

15:18 — 20:42

12th September 2004

0:42 — 07:18, 6 hrs 36min

29th December 2004

17:09 — 23:33, 6 hrs 24 mins

13th September 2005

20:18 — 23:18, 3 hrs


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