SS: in just two years the gulf stream has shrunk in half. well we are three years late on solar maximum. we are looking at the first effects caused by the missing solar maximum . the gulf stream has slowed and this coupled with the biggest la nina since 1955 we are looking at a possible very cold winter .. hundreds thousands of dead lambs ?? .

Coldest winter in 1,000 years on its way NZ Snow Hits Farmers Big Time! Hundreds of Thousands of New Lambs Dead ! 10-11-10 After the record heat wave this summer, Russias weather seems to have acquired a taste for the extreme. Forecasters say this winter could be the coldest Europe has seen in the last 1,000 years. The change is reportedly connected with the speed of the Gulf Stream, which has shrunk in half in just the last couple of years. Polish scientists say that it means the stream will not be able to compensate for the cold from the Arctic winds. According to them, when the stream is completely stopped, a new Ice Age will begin in Europe.

Wicked winter expected as Lower Mainland to be hit by worst La Nina since 1955 Fri Oct 8, 4:07 PM Get ready for a wet, wild winter. We’re headed into a La Niña year the likes of which haven’t been seen since 1955, according to Washington state climatologist Nick Bond. “It’s shaping up to be a lively one,” Bond said Thursday, before adding a typical forecaster’s warning. “There’s really no guarantees. If you think of it like a card game with cold weather as the aces, this year there’s a few more aces in the deck.” La Niñas occur when the ocean near the equator is cooler than usual. Bond said temperatures for this time of year are the coldest since 1955, and the pattern could continue as we head into winter. Ocean temperatures affect air circulation, and cool air can lead to more rain and snow and colder temperatures. While that doesn’t mean we’re guaranteed the worst winter on record, there’s certainly the potential for a bad one, says Environment Canada meteorologist David Jones. “La Niña is like the cold cousin of El Niño,” Jones said. “The dice are loaded in favour of colder weather.”

Get ready for a wet, wild winter. We’re headed into a La Nina year the likes of which haven’t been seen since 1955, according to Washington state climatologist Nick Bond.

SS: we need to look at some science to make sure we are right about the possibility of of us heading into an ICE AGE due to the sun not having a solar maximum. we are not at solar maximum as we can see in the previous blog. we want to know what the cause and effect is and i think this theory is the leading theory at the moment since no other theories exist.

SS: here is the scenario. the sun has lost it’s North and South polarity causing space dust to stream in from the mayan hunab ku region and it is choking the sun .. the sun is feeding on the space dust it is fuel to the sun since this space dust was part of the protostars accretion disc . so the sun is feeding on space dust and this is the reason for the missing solar maximum . note that la violette says that the end of the last ICE AGE was caused by MEGA-FLARES. if an ICE AGE occurs because of the sun losing it North and South polarity then this is the scenario we are looking at now .

SS: last ICE AGE ended 18000 years ago, pyramid builders manifest once every 26000yrs, precession time is 26000yrs . this is just the maximum a precession does not have to last that long.  if we slip into an ice age this might end the manvantara cycle because on the other side of this ICE AGE may  be a T-TAURI star MEGA_FLARING . that is what a T-TAURI star is a star that is choked by space dust and turns white and begins to emit MEGA-FLARES .. as long as the sun remains missing solar maximum and feeding on space dust we have a serious dilemma ..

SS: this is the reason why we have priestess because if it is an end of a manvantara cycle .. the difference here is we don’t have to just take someones word for it we can see it with our own eyes .  below are excerpts from La Violettes research:

Prehistoric Solar Conflagration – prevailing concept (1983): At the time of LaViolette´s prediction, the general opinion was that the Sun has remained in its present quiescent solar cycle state for hundreds of millions of years. A small group of astronomers, however, dissented with this view. For example, in 1969, astrophysicist Thomas Gold published lunar rock evidence indicating that, within the last 30,000 years, the radiation intensity on the Moon had reached 100 suns for 10 to 100 seconds, possibly due to a solar nova. In 1975, astronomer A. Lovell suggested that sun-like stars occasionly produce flares of up to 10^37 ergs, 30,000 times more energetic than the largest solar flare of modern times. In 1977, astrophysicists Wdowczyk and Wolfendale suggested that the Sun might produce a flare a million times larger (3 X 10^38 ergs) about once every 100,000 years. Moreover in 1978, NASA astronomers Zook, Hartung, and Storzer had published lunar rock evidence indicating that 16,000 years ago solar flare background radiation intensity on the Moon´s surface had peaked to 50 times the current intensity and that this may have been somehow associated with the retreat of the ice sheets. The idea that the Earth and Moon might have been affected in the past by the arrival of a giant solar coronal mass ejection had not yet been advanced.

Prediction No. 8 (1983): In his dissertation, LaViolette proposed that invading cosmic dust would have caused the Sun to become more luminous and engage in continual flaring activity. In chapter 4, he suggested that on one occasion the Earth and Moon may have been engulfed by a large prominence remnant “fireball” (coronal mass ejection) thrown out by the Sun during a period of particularly intense solar activity. He interpreted the findings of Zook and Gold as evidence that the Sun had been in a highly active T-Tauri like flaring state and that at times its flaring activity had been as much as 1000 times currently observed levels. He suggested that these may have scorched the surface of the Earth in ice age times, inducing high temperatures, rapid ice sheet melting, global flooding, and mass animal extinction.

Concordance (1997): Satellite observations showed solar flares ejecting expanding balls of plasma called “coronal mass ejections”and demonstrated that these were capable of travelling outward beyond the Earth´s orbit. This lent credance to LaViolette´s theory that a large coronal plasma “fireball” thrown off by an immense solar flare may have reached the Earth and Moon and scorched their surfaces.

Concordance (1999): Astronomers announced that they had observed large explosive outbursts from the surfaces of nearby normal sunlike stars. These “superflares” were observed to range from 100 to 10 million times the energy of the largest flare observed on the Sun in modern times and were estimated to occur about once every hundred years. This confirmed the Lovell hypothesis and increased the plausibility of LaViolette´s suggestion that the Sun was producing mega solar flares and intense plasma fireballs at the end of the last ice age.

SOHO’s latest surprise: gas near the Sun heading the wrong way 20-Nov-2001 ” Mysterious clouds of gas falling towards the Sun have been spotted with the ESA-NASA SOHO spacecraft. They go against the fast-moving streams of gas that pour out continuously into space, in the solar wind. In today’s issue of Astrophysical Journal Letters, the scientists who found them suggest that the inflows are due to frequent local adjustments to the Sun’s magnetic field. The discovery promises a better understanding of the sources of the solar magnetism that envelops the Earth, quarrels with our own planet’s field, and to some extent protects us from cosmic rays coming from the stars. “