I saw this post yesterday, and was intrigued. Then internet connectivity problems took me away. Reader Rose reminded me of it last night again, though she found it on a different website. Reminds me of a post that I put up awhile ago, and basically dissed, after finally reading through the material there. But who knows? Reader Mike certainly thinks it’s a spaceship, has seen it in meditation, and talks about a magic day, December 16th. I’ve seen rumors of December 16th elsewhere too, can’t remember where, but both Mike and the other source connected it to Mandela’s funeral during this time drawing world leaders to Africa. Reader Rose has a great riff on Ison, thus:
Ann, this is winding but it is going somewhere…Galactic Free Press ran an intriguing piece today featuring Adolfo Giurfa, a Peruvian chemical consultant who has published his thoughts on field theory.Upon ‘googling’ Giurfa, an array of quantum oriented sites pop up and the info therein is, as you mightexpect, incredibly tech oriented… yet oddly enough, ‘available’ at a quasi intuitive level.One of the main precepts appears to be the importance of IONization and from what I can glean, Giurfa and his ilk are incredibly gifted theorists who do not necessarily follow the ‘party line’; a paradigm I feel often leads to a more authentic search for truth.Giurfa indicates that the unattended factor in field theory is the electron which is held ‘captive’ untilphotonization (light energy) induces ionization (change in positive/negative energy) in the presenceof some sort of catalyst.…………………….The Fun Part…esoteric extrapolation and where your background in matters astral can come into play:* The linguist in me now wonders…Is the word ISON a ‘jumble’ of the word IONS?* Is Planet Earth the ‘captive’ electron awaiting ‘change’ in the duality of positive/negative viatravel through the ‘Photon’ Belt of light energy?* Is the ‘debris’ from ISON the catalyst that will induce the change?
And, for the skeptically inclined, here’s the official, “scientific” report on ISON’s supposed demise.