26 September 2009 217P and Orion Nebula

orions belt the place where the pharoahs were to reach the duat and the imperishable star .. never ever seen a comet sitting on top of orions nebula before . this weekend when this happened i went to three britney spears concerts .. it was a very special time and she was the priestess .. she called herself  "dancing fairy" and "queen of the fairy dance" .

What's in a name, Britney? October 2, 2009 A new biography about the one and only Madam Britney Spears reveals that the pop princess has some unique aliases that she uses when she is traveling and staying at hotels. In "Britney: Inside the Dream," author Steve Dennis says Britney favors names like "Mrs. Alotta Warmheart." Why, you might ask? Because she has a warm heart. How clever, Brit. According to the New York Post, other names include "Mrs. Diana Prince," in honor of Princess Diana of Wales and "Queen of the Fairy Dance," because she was the "dancing fairy." Brit Brit has also used the name "Mrs. Abra Cadabra," but the reason is unknown. There are just too many jokes here and we think our brains have gone into overload. Oh Britney, some things just never change.

FIND THE COMET: This weekend, Comet 217P/LINEAR is passing by the Orion Nebula. Can you find it? Scan the picture below for a gaseous tail: Italian amateur astronomer Rolando Ligustri took the picture on Sept. 26th using a 4-inch wide field Global Rent-a-Scope in New Mexico. He needed 15 minutes of exposure time to reveal the green comet among the gas and dust of Orion's great star-forming region. The comet is receding from the nebula now, but still close enough for some nice parting shots. Astrophotographers who wish to try can use this JPL ephemeris to point their telescopes. Good luck!

(In case you're still looking, the comet is here.)


tsunami scalar wave reflection in priestess nuke mirror region followed by indonesian quake . . this occurred only a few days after our three concerts we spent together and on the exact same day she released her new single 3 which raced straight to the top of the charts of course .. she used her priestess nuke power see priestess " soul of earth " blog

Powerful earthquake in South Pacific hurls massive tsunami at Samoas, killing nearly 100 Wed Sep 29, 10:00 AM APIA Four tsunami waves 15 to 20 feet (4 to 6 metres) high roared ashore on American Samoa, reaching up to a mile (1.5 kilometres) inland, Mike Reynolds, superintendent of the National Park of American Samoa, was quoted as saying by a parks service spokeswoman. Less than 24 hours later, western Indonesia was rocked Wednesday by a strong underwater quake _ 3

 Singaporeans feel tremor from strong earthquake Wed, Sep 30, 2009 Tremors were felt all over Singapore after a powerful earthquake struck western Indonesia earlier this evening. The quake struck at sea at about 6.15 pm Singapore time at a fairly deep 87 km below sea level and measured 7.9 on the Richter scale. According to reports from the citizen journalism website STOMP, Singaporeans have reported feeling tremors all over the island.

Earthquake ‘double whammy’ caused 2009 Tonga tsunami 18 August 2010  The earthquake was unusual, not only because of the double shock, but also because of the location of the first event. Almost all great earthquakes - shocks of magnitude 8.0 or bigger - occur at locations where fragments of the Earth's rigid crust, known as tectonic plates, grind against one another.  However, the initial Tonga earthquake occurred up to 100 km (62 miles) from the closest tectonic plate boundary. As such it is the largest ever earthquake of this type reported in more than 100 years of monitoring. Professor Lay commented that the Tonga earthquake was "unlike anything seismologists have seen before". This "out of place" earthquake was triggered as part of the Earth's crust was dragged under another piece of crust. As it bent, it snapped near its middle sending out shockwaves.

Deadly Samoa-Tonga Earthquake Concealed Two Other Quakes, Seismic Sleuths Discover ScienceDaily (Aug. 18, 2010) A magnitude-8.1 earthquake and tsunami that killed 192 people last year in Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga actually was more complicated than initially thought: The 8.1 "great earthquake" concealed and triggered two major quakes of magnitude 7.8, seismologists report in Aug. 19 issue of the journal Nature. "At first, we thought it was one earthquake," says study co-author Keith Koper, director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations. "When we looked at the data, it turned out it wasn't just one great earthquake, but three large earthquakes that happened within two minutes of one another. The two quakes that were hidden by the first quake ended up being responsible for some of the damage and tsunami waves."

 Earthquake not God's work: Aussie nun: October 2, 2009 She did not blame divine intervention for the earthquake. "I think it's a natural disaster," she said. "I wouldn't see it as a work of God. "We're not being punished. "We can speculate a lot but deep down we don't really know why this sort of thing happens. "We know natural disaster and sometimes man-made ones cause deaths and accidents. "I think you just take life as it comes. "We can't always regulate everything so we should try to be optimistic wherever we are."

Fishermen report abundant catch after earthquake 2009/10/08 JERTEH: Fishermen in Kuala Kemasin and Pantai Senok, Bachok had extraordinarily plentiful fish in their nets yesterday, perhaps due to the recent earthquake off West Sumatra. Director of the Eastern Region Department of Meteorology, Azmi Daud said today that it was a common phenomenon for marine fishes to be present in extraordinary large numbers to seek shelter in safer waters when there was a natural disaster like an undersea earthquake. Yesterday, fishermen in Kuala Kemasin and Pantai Senok were surprised with their catch of up to 5,000 kilogrammes of "ikan duri" (marine catfish) within two hours out at sea. Mat Zin Omar, 44 said it was his biggest catch in his 15 years as a fisherman. "Normally, my catch is around 1,000 kilogrammes... yesterday's was extraordinary." He said the fishermen in Terengganu took it as a good fortune and were selling the marine catfish to the fish mongers at RM4.60 per kg. - BERNAMA

Christopher Moore of NOAA looks at computer graphs at the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Ewa Beach, Hawaii, concerning the earthquake and tsunami that hit American Samoa September 29, 2009.
REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

This photo taken on September 29, after an 8.0-magnitude quake and tsunami struck in the early morning offshore shows a boat washed up on the dock along the waterfront in Pago Pago, on American Samoa. Towering tsunamis churned up by a huge earthquake slammed into the Samoan islands, killing at least 113 people as they wiped out entire villages and flattened tourist resorts.
(AFP/John Newton)

Part of a chain link fence lies flattened at the Pago Pago Harbor Wednesday Sept. 30, 2009. The area of Pago Pago Bay and harbor took a hard hit from a tsunami. An 8.3 earthquake triggered a tsunami that struck American Samoa Tuesday Sept. 29, 2009.
(AP Photo/Eugene Tanner)

A lone thong sits on a sand bank as rescue workers dig through a swampy area at Saleapaga, Samoa, as they search for bodies Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009, a day after a deadly tsunami rolled through several South Pacific island nations. A earthquake centered about 120 miles (193 kilometers) south of the islands of Samoa and American Samoa, triggered the tsunami early Tuesday.
(AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

A damaged wedding photographers poster hangs from his shop window in an earthquake-destroyed district of Padang, Indonesia's West Sumatra province, in the early hours October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT DISASTER SOCIETY)

A monkey reacts as it is chained to a tree in the earthquake-ravaged village of Tandikat, Indonesia's West Sumatra province October 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER ANIMALS)

A dead monkey's arms pokes through the mud in the earthquake ravaged village of Tandikat, Indonesia's West Sumatra province October 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT DISASTER POLITICS ANIMALS)

In this Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009, aerial photo released Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009, by the New Zealand Defence Force, flooding and devastation are seen over the tsunami hit area in Samoa. An earthquake centered about 120 miles (193 kilometers) south of the islands of Samoa and American Samoa, triggered the tsunami early Tuesday.
(AP Photo/New Zealand Defence Force)

This photo shows an aerial of Hihifo on the western side of Tonga Wednesday, Sept. 30 2009. A powerful quake in the South Pacific hurled massive tsunami waves at the shores of Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga flattening villages and sweeping cars and people back out to sea while leaving scores dead and dozens missing.
(AP Photo/Vava'u Press Ltd, Pesi Fonua)

People try to put out a fire with buckets of water as houses burn following a powerful earthquake near the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. The 7.6 magnitude quake, which struck on Wednesday afternoon, has killed between 100 and 200 people, a disaster agency official said early on Thursday morning. REUTERS/TV One via Reuters TV (INDONESIA DISASTER)

A geologist looks at a screen showing the location of a powerful earthquake that rocked Sumatra island at the office of meteorological agency in Jakarta September 30, 2009. A powerful earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 21 people and trapping thousands under rubble, an official said. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)

This is an aerial view of an area affected by earthquake-triggered landslide in Padang Pariaman, West Sumatra, Indonesia, Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009. Wednesday's 7.6 magnitude temblor devastated a stretch of more than 60 miles (100 kilometers) along the western coast of Sumatra island. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)

A resident walks towards a mosque that collapsed after an earthquake on the outskirts of Padang in Indonesia's West Sumatra province October 2, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)



these quakes are part of a sequence of priestess quakes set off by the priestess nuke soul power ..these quakes occurred in the scorpion scar region .. vanatau is like earthquake central .. these quakes followed the earthquake in the celebes sea .


(10°=1□): Beyond the comprehension of the lower degrees. An Ipsissimus is free from limitations and necessity and lives in perfect balance with the manifest universe. Essentially, the highest mode of attainment. This grade corresponds to Kether on the Tree of Life.

Some say that the priestesses of the moon goddess were called bees because 'it was believed that all honey came from the moon, the hive whose bees were the stars.'


* "ABRAHADABRA is "The key of the rituals" because it expresses the Magical Formulae of uniting various complementary ideas; especially the Five of the Microcosm with the Six of the Macrocosm."[9]

* "Abrahadabra is the glyph of the blending of the 5 and the 6, the Rose and the Cross."[10]

Earthquake in Pacific Triggers Tsunami, Evacuations (Update2) Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- A magnitude-7.8 earthquake triggered a tsunami warning for nations across the South Pacific, forcing people to flee to higher ground, nine days after destructive waves killed about 140 people in Samoa.

Authorities evacuated locals and tourists on islands including Fiji and New Caledonia, before the alert was canceled. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

The warning was triggered by a quake that struck off Vanuatu at 9:03 a.m. local time today, followed by a temblor measuring 7.7 about 15 minutes later, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Aftershocks measuring 7.3 and 6.6 were also recorded. Tsunami waves as high as 10 centimeters were seen in Vanuatu, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, which canceled the regional alert about 2 1/2 hours after the initial earthquake.

SS: here is the USGS listing of main sequence of priestess tsunami quakes: