Articles Tagged "Monthly Eclipse"
Tuesday, June 12th 2012, 3:02 AM EDT
I recently posted the Full June Solar Climate Change "Earthquake and Volcano" Red Warning forecast and think it would also be a good idea to give you a link to the Lunar Perigee and Apogee Calculator.
The term "Perigee and Apogee" is another way of saying how close and far the Moon will be in a particular Month. Last month had "two" major lunar events for the year, and that was the "Super Moon" and also the "Ring of fire", the "Super Moon" being May's Perigee and the "Ring of fire" the Apogee.
I think its best to mention the luner periods that fall within the Piers Corbyn "Red Warning" forecast, so you may have a better understanding as to how the forecast is put together.
The missing part on this is what will the Sun be doing to add to these lunar events, and thats where the Piers Corbyn "Red Warning" can be used....stay tuned for more
Thursday, June 14th 2012, 5:52 AM EDT
Solar Climate Change: 15th - 21st June: Period of the "Apogee followed by the New Moon"
with the latest Tropical Storm Report
The R4 and R5 periods from Piers Corbyn should see Hurricane and Typhoon/Cyclone development, so with the aid of the above chart we can follow this activity to see how and if the Solar/Lunar window adds to the Storm forecast.
Updated below with latest News Links
I thought I would kick off the latest period of Solar Climate Change
Thursday, June 21st 2012, 3:13 PM EDT
is that not for the first time, there is a growing indication of a Solar Enhancement to a Tropical Storm made into a Hurricane during the latest Piers Corbyn Solar Climate change period of the "Full Moon"
"Chris" has been around for a few days in the North Atlantic and the latest report is that it has now become a Cat 1 Hurricane, and looks to have peaked in the said period.
Hurricane Chris forms in north Atlantic, no threat to land
- AP - uk.reuters.com
Tropical Storm Chris strengthened in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland on Thursday, becoming the season's first Atlantic hurricane, forecasters at the U.S. National Hurricane Center said....Click uk.reuters.com to read FULL report
The latest Tropical Storm Report from
Wednesday, June 27th 2012, 9:21 AM EDT
Above table taken from the FULL JUNE "Solar Climate Change" chart
As we come to the end of June we head straight into the FIRST July "Perigee" (that's the part of the month when the Moon is closest to us, and with 13 moon periods in a year, we have TWO "Perigee" for July). You can use the table at fourmilab.ch to see these periods.
The Sun is not doing a great deal considering we are approaching Solar maxima, however there is something stirring up, and yes, its just before the FIRST July "Perigee", so there should be another Solar Influence heading our way any day soon....more to follow.
See below for latest news report from SpaceWeather.com
Friday, June 15th 2012, 8:00 AM EDT
is that yesterdays 24 hour category forecast
has increased, indicating that there IS a Solar Enhancement for the two Tropical Storms shown above...more to follow.
Latest News Report...Tropical Storm Carlotta near hurricane strength as it approaches Mexico’s Pacific coast
- AP - MIAMI — washingtonpost.com - Tropical Storm Carlotta is nearing hurricane strength as it moves toward southern Mexico’s Pacific coast.
The storm’s maximum sustained winds early Friday are near 70 mph (110 kph). Additional strengthening forecast and the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says Carlotta is expected to be a hurricane by Friday afternoon...Click above washingtonpost.com link for more.
27 feared dead as typhoon Guchol hits Philippines
- gulfnews.com/news, aslo, 'Butchoy' now a typhoon, US weather agency says
- Jojo Malig, ABS-CBNnews.com
The latest Tropical Storm Report from
Monday, June 25th 2012, 7:33 AM EDT
Those of you who have followed the monthly Solar Climate Change forecast for June would have noticed my comments regarding Tropical Storms that do not seem to "power up" without the aid of any major R4+ "Solar Influence".
Well I think we have one that will make this point and that is Tropical Storm Debby, this storm seems to have stalled and the next R4+ is around the 28th-29th June thats a few days away, so the question then is, will the energy be "spent" before this period......more to follow.
Tropical Storm Debby stalls in Gulf of Mexico, lashing nearby states
- edition.cnn.com - Tropical Storm Debby threatened to spawn more tornadoes Monday as the stationary storm pummeled the Gulf Coast with fierce winds and heavy rain.
The storm has already killed at least one person after apparent tornadoes struck central Florida, officials said. And with Debby coming to a standstill in the northern Gulf of Mexico, states surrounding the sprawling storm could endure high winds and intense rainfall for days...click CNN for more
Thursday, July 12th 2012, 9:58 AM EDT
As you can see from the above extract from dictionary.reference.com the generic astronomy term for an "Eclipse" is used for a crossing of a shadow from the Moon to the Earth or the Earth to the Moon i.e. during these two episodes, one of the said objects passes in front of the Sun casting a shadow on the other.
It has become increasingly obvious to regular readers of Piers Corbyn "Red Warning" forecasts that he is onto something very important with the forecasting of "R" periods, in that, there is more going on between the Sun, Moon and Earth then shadows crossing.
The "R" periods have supported and demonstrate there are climatic as well as geological changes during these periods on our world and that there seems to be an enhancement by a physical change to the Earth. i.e. the development of Hurricanes and Typhoons seem to "power up" when there is a lunar phase in combination with Solar Activity as well as an increase of erupting Volcanoes and Earthquakes.
Tuesday, July 3rd 2012, 4:35 PM EDT
Hot on the heels of the Period of the First July "Perigee" we are now into the R5 Period of the July "Full Moon" Period (The 3rd - 4th July) as per the Lunar Perigee and Apogee Calculator from fourmilab.ch.
You will have to excuse the delay on this report as yesterday we had a larger then average Solar Flare and it was difficult to separate this event from the outgoing Period of the First July "Perigee" and the new R5 Period of the "Full Moon" as the periods run very close together.
The M6.2 Earthquake in New Zealand today, now tips the scales for yesterdays larger then average Solar Flare into the July Period of the "Full Moon"........more to follow soon (inc.report for ALL JULY).
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