26 March 2016
- Ever wanted to be in more than one place at a time? That’s right, I’m talking about the super-human abilities that can be gained by those who follow the protocol for what’s known as sun-gazing, a valid practice recently confirmed by NASA.
Many proponents of this ancient technique, used by many cultures such as Mayan, Egyptian, Aztec, Tibetian and Indian yoga, report not only healing benefits to common illnesses, but obtaining super-human abilities such as advanced telepathy and going completely without the need for food.
Sun gazing (also known as sun-eating) is a strict practice of gradually introducing sunlight into your eyes at the lowest ultraviolet-index times of day – sunrise and sunset. Those who teach the practice say there are several rules to the practice.
14 December 2013
- The sun's current space-weather cycle is the most anemic in 100 years, scientists say.
Our star is now at "solar maximum," the peak phase of its 11-year activity cycle. But this solar max is weak, and the overall current cycle, known as Solar Cycle 24, conjures up comparisons to the famously feeble Solar Cycle 14 in the early 1900s, researchers said.
"None of us alive have ever seen such a weak cycle. So we will learn something," Leif Svalgaard of Stanford University said.
16 August 2013
- The sun’s polar magnetic fields will shift in about 90 days' time, and that means big effects on the third rock from our solar system’s center, even though Magnetic Field Shifts happen every 11 years or so.
In very simple terms, a magnetic field shift is when the sun’s poles switch. Just like the earth, the sun also has polar magnetism. Since the sun affects our entire solar system with its large magnetic field, this means huge waves of effect both on earth and for our neighboring planets.
6 August 2013
- The sun’s magnetic field is expected to flip in the next 3 to 4 months. If that sounds cataclysmic, don’t worry. It happens every 11 years at the peak of each solar activity cycle and the sun’s internal dynamo reorients itself. Once the change happens, we’ll be at the midpoint of the 24th observed solar cycle with the solar maximum behind us.
When the the flip happens, the magnetic field dies down slowly, then reaches zero before emerging again with a reversed polarity. The effects of this flip-flop are felt throughout the solar system, as a ripple in the magnetic field that reaches all the way to the limits of the heliosphere.