Two Suns in 2012

There is a quiet, solid voice, speaking over the drone of panic and doom reacting to all the changes on the planet. It is a voice of magic and transformation.

Dr. Brad Carter, Senior Lecturer of Physics at the University of Southern Queensland, is telling us that we are likely to have two suns in our sky for about two weeks next year in 2012.  It’s not about the end of the world and Armageddon that’s been predicted — it’s the possibility of balancing our earth’s atmosphere and ourselves.

Basically, there is a star in the constellation, Orion, named Betelgeuse (I call it Beetlejuice!) which is the 7th brightest star in the night sky. It is losing it’s mass rapidly and may become a super-nova by next year.

If this occurs, Betelgeuse is predicted to streak our way and land in our galaxy for a few weeks next year. We’d actually have two suns during that time, with possibly no night sky during that duration.

The awesome news about this occurrence, quite opposite of what has been predicted as the Armageddon, is that 99 percent of the energy released by the super nova would shower to the earth in micro particles. There is strong feeling that these micro particles, the nutrino showers, will benefit us all.

According to Dr. Carter, this “star stuff” makes up the universe. “It literally makes things like gold, silver – all the heavy elements – even things like uranium….a star like Betelgeuse is instantly forming for us all sorts of heavy elements and atoms that our own Earth and our own bodies have from long past supernovi,” said Carter. He says these particles may play a major role in rebuilding our damaged ozone layer. We may get a recharge to our planet. Hurray!

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