G2 Cloud Predicted to Approach Twice as Close to GC

New Developments on the G2 Cloud Journey
Paul LaViolette

There have been new developments in the story on the G2 Cloud.  Recent observations of the G2 cloud made in the near infrared at the Keck Observatory indicate that the cloud will reach its closest approach to the Galactic center around mid March of 2014 instead of June of this year.  Also the new findings indicate that G2’s orbit will take the cloud twice as close to the GC than previously thought.  The distance of closest approach is now predicted to be 130 AU rather than 266 AU, as previously thought.  If the star embedded in the G2 cloud is a binary system or contains a single star with orbiting planets, there is the danger that the Galactic core may tidally strip away the lower mass companion star or one or more companion planets at the time the stellar system is at orbital pericenter closest to the core.  In that case the consequences could be catastrophic.  For example, if an entire 100 jupiter mass brown dwarf were to plunge into the Galactic core in one sudden event, it is almost certain that it could jump-start the core into an active Seyfert state and generate a potentially lethal superwave.

For a detailed report on this story, see the May 11th news posting on the Sphinx Stargate website.


Updated interpretation of the Farsight Institute remote viewings

In a recent post on this forum we were concerned as to the remote viewing prediction made by the Farsight Institute in 2008 which suggested that there would be significant destruction to coastal areas by June 1st of this year.  I had warned that the Starburst Foundation did not necessarily endorse the prediction, that it was only reporting on it.  The concern was because its June 1st after-event remote viewing date came so close to the July 2013 date publicized in Nature magazine as the time when the G2 cloud would make its closest approach to the Galactic center.   However, this date has recently been revised to a later date of around March 2014.   In a few days I will describe this in a news posting on the etheric.com website and will provide a link to it on this forum.  In all, I think it unlikely that we will be seeing any dangerous activity from the core this summer.

Unfortunately, the Farsight Institute prediction has caused some degree of apprehension for many in recent weeks, especially since its June 1st remote viewed target date is just three weeks off.   So, as an update, I would like to state that I do not believe that the remote viewing experiment they conducted was forseeing a superwave-related event.  Looking at the last six months in retrospect, I believe that many of the sightings were strongly influenced by the Russian meteor event that occurred last February.  Even though none of the RV target locations were anywhere near Russia, this event was highly televised and present in the consciousnesses of millions of people around the world including those at the target locations.  If so, then perhaps this experiment has shown that remote viewing is not able to easily distinguish events happening at a specific location on the planet.  Because of the news communication network, anything happening anywhere on the planet becomes almost simultaneously experienced everywhere on the planet.

Below are examples of a few similarities between the Farsight Institute remote viewings and the Russian meteor event.  The images shown in Figures 1 and 2 were drawn by remote viewer Dick who in May 2008 was targeting Key West, Florida on the future date of June 1, 2013.

Figure 1


Figure 2

This very appropriately describes the effects of the February 15th meteor shown in Figures 3 and 4.


Figure 3
Figure 4

This same remote viewer reported the following for the Key West target; see Figures 5 and 6.  The Slavic sounding shouts of surprise would rather indicate a Russian location rather than the targeted Key West, Florida location.


Figure 5

Figure 6

The meteor illuminated the sky as it passed overhead, hence produced “unexpected energy that radiates”.  Also just as the remote viewer reported, some people were knocked down.  Compare this with the news posting presented in Figure 7 which states: “Forceful soundwaves arrived at the ground minutes later, knocking people over and breaking windows for hundreds of kilometers.”

Figure 7

Remote viewer Dick even accurately described a land area that was “barren, cratered, and colorless” “quiet and inhospitable” and drew the picture shown in Figure 8 to illustrate what he was seeing.  Compare this with Figure 9, a photo taken of one of the primary impact sites.  It impacted on an ice and snow covered lake, which quite appropriately might be described as an area that was “quiet, inhospitable, and colorless” and now as a result of the impact also “cratered”.


Figure 8


Figure 9 (courtesy of Andrey Orlov)

In overview, at least this one remote viewing in the Farsight Institute experiment seems to have focussed on an event that took place three and a half months prior to their target date and at a location on the other side of the Earth.  Currently, I do not see any connection between the Farsight Institute viewings and the possible occurrence of a Galactic core explosion event.