Friday, November 30, 2007

The Fun Begins Out West

Orthodox weather forecasters are wondering why so much energy is available for storms right now as a big one is cranking up in the
Southwest and soon to traverse the whole country. Astrometeorologists, or those that use planetary positions and cycles to create long-range weather forecasts, know that the answer is the Sun-Saturn square.

The Weather Alternative forecast for November 28th-December 2nd was posted on October 23rd. The forecast specified "that Sun square Saturn brings a major storm system, which will not only affect the Pacific Northwest but also the southern portions of California and Nevada."

Both of these particulars are being fulfilled now--a little over a month later. The forecast in itself is an impossibility for conventional forecasters whose forecast range at the most is 3 or 4 days. The Weather Channel map above shows the storm affecting southern portions of California and Nevada.

The Accuweather map at left shows the fulfillment of the other portion of the forecast as a storm hits the Pacific Northwest. More powerful storms will blast into the Pacific Northwest on Sunday (Dec 1) and Monday (Dec 2) with heavy rain, mountain snow, and powerful winds.

The storm in the Southwest will head east over the next few days and create lake-effect blizzards over the Great Lakes. New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania are in the paths of this monster storm, which will probably fulfill the other long-range forecast for November 28-Dec 2 posted on The Weather Alternative that stated The Sun's square to Saturn in the seasonal chart will upset atmospheric conditions over the eastern U.S. A storm system or a cold front triggering storms will push through the area. Potentially, weather could turn severe over the Ohio Valley.

November 2007 Hurricane and Severe Weather Outlook

Some December, 2007 Long-range Forecasts

Faith of Our Fathers

On the 10th of May, 1774, news of the Port Bill reached Boston. The Port Bill stated that the harbor of the city would be closed to all shipping on June first if the citizens did not pay for the tea destroyed by the "wild Indians" of the Boston Tea Party.

When the news of this reached the House of Burgesses in Williamsburg, Virgina the members of the House declared the following:

House of Burgesses May 24, 1774

This House, being deeply impressed with apprehension of the great dangers to be derived to British America from the hostile invasion of the City of Boston in our sister colony of Massachusetts Bay, whose commerce and harbor are, on the first day of June next, to be stopped by an armed force, deem it highly necessary that the said first day of June be set apart, by the members of this House as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer, devoutly to implore the divine interposition for averting the heavy calamity which threatens destruction to our civil rights, and the evils of civil war; to give us one heart and one mind firmly to oppose, by all just and proper means, every injury to American rights...

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