Spell beginning 2 December 2011.

I think it is another Tropical storm one.
I never liked lunar phases that occurred on or about 10 o'clock.
But I believe I am getting the hang of them these days.

(ONATCMB) …

This thing goes from a mixed bag:

To a warning about volcanoes:

And then the grand slam:

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27 thoughts on “Spell beginning 2 December 2011.

  1. Now before you all go rushing down the the betting office to invest in the baby's future instead of the poor thing's present on my say so; take a look at this:12th September 2011.09:272nd December 2011.09:52It's only 1/2 hour out, but that's more than the 2 1/2 months in meteorological terms.Cast your peepers over this little lot:http://www.woksat.info/etctiasxx/asxx11091200.htmltohttp://www.woksat.info/etctiasxx/asxx11092018.html inclusive.Nothing much occurs until the 17th and even then it's on the wrong side of the Atlantic:http://www.woksat.info/etctiasxx/asxx11091700.htmlAnd doesn't become a full blown match until the next spell which is at 13:19 on the 20th.

  2. The spell for 12th September on produced this:– FIRES (3 updated events, 5 new images) –PAGAMI CREEK FIRE IN MINNESOTAStarted by a lightning strike in late August 2011, the Pagami Creek Fire had scorched more than 60,000 acres by September 13. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52130&src=nha *** MODIS(Aqua) image from Sep 12, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 12:33 PM)TEXAS WILDFIRESWildfires burned in Texas and Oklahoma in September 2011, fueled by high temperatures, high winds, and low humidity. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52183&src=nha *** ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 14, 2011 (Posted on Sep 16, 2011 1:43 PM) * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52146&src=nha *** ASTER(Terra) image from Sep 12, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 5:20 PM) * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52137&src=nha *** ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 12, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 2:13 PM)LIGHTNING FIRES IN OREGONSummer lightning storms ignited fires across southern Oregon in late August 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52190&src=nha *** TM(Landsat 5) image from Sep 09, 2011 (Posted on Sep 16, 2011 5:19 PM)– SEVERE STORMS (1 updated events, 2 new images) –LEE'S MARCH ACROSS THE APPALACHIANSTropical Storm Lee formed over the Gulf of Mexico in early September 2011 and threatened southern Louisiana with heavy rain. The storm also caused heavy rain in the U.S. Northeast. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52125&src=nha *** ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 12, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 12:17 PM) * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52098&src=nha *** ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 10, 2011 (Posted on Sep 12, 2011 2:29 PM)– DUST, SMOKE, AND HAZE (2 updated events, 2 new images) –DUST OVER THE RED SEAAnother dust storm blew off the coast of Africa and over the Red Sea in mid-September 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52164&src=nha *** MODIS(Aqua) image from Sep 15, 2011 (Posted on Sep 15, 2011 4:28 PM)DUST STORM IN ARGENTINAIn early September 2011, dust plumes blew northward from Argentina's Laguna Mar Chiquita. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52143&src=nha *** MODIS(Aqua) image from Sep 04, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 2:41 PM)– FLOODS (1 updated events, 1 new images) –FLOODING IN SOUTHERN PAKISTANHeavy rains caused floods in southern Pakistan in early September 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52103&src=nha *** MODIS(Terra) image from Sep 11, 2011 (Posted on Sep 12, 2011 3:00 PM)– VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES (2 updated events, 2 new images) –ACTIVITY AT KIZIMEN VOLCANOKizimen Volcano began erupting in late 2010. 10 months later the eruption continued, with frequent ash emissions and an active lava flow. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52119&src=nha *** ASTER(Terra) image from Sep 05, 2011 (Posted on Sep 12, 2011 5:27 PM)QUIESCENT MOUNT ETNAWith a series of paroxysms, Mount Etna has reclaimed its status as one of the most active volcanoes on Earth. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52133&src=nha *** ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 08, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 12:33 PM)– UNIQUE IMAGERY (1 updated events, 1 new images) –BLOOM IN THE BARENTS SEAA large phytoplankton bloom spread across the Barents Sea, north of Scandinavia, in mid-August 2011. * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52157&src=nha *** MODIS(Aqua) image from Sep 10, 2011 (Posted on Sep 15, 2011 1:00 PM)———————————————————————Natural Hazards is a service of NASA's Earth Observatory.http://naturalhazards.nasa.gov/ http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/

  3. And it's done and dusted in a couple of days. Mind one, it (the spell for the 12th to the 20th) does keep a Low OVER Scandinavia for quite a… <ahem> …spell.So it is virtually the same spell -regardless of season. It's just unfortunate that that half hour takes the standing wave over the shelf.

  4. On the 3rd December the moon is on the Equator. For Britain that meant the important dates were a day or so earlier, thus not so important for this spell.07:00 and everyone but the MetO has its ducks in the water all lined up.Here is the top: And the bottom of it: And one for good luck:

  5. OK so I got the wrong ocean. But I was on the right planet, right?And so this is what the actual signal looks like for South China Sea coastal storms:And if I am correct, the signal for a largish earthquake in Japan:

  6. Supposed to get snow tomorrow, and hmm right now as I sit, i can feel a pressure increase in my ears (strange how that happens) And lucky me, I had the fuel pump go on my truck and I have to pull the gas tank down to replace it..yeeeeeeaaahhhhh……. Earthquakes seem to have been at a lull for a long time.

  7. We always get snow when there are serious earthquakes.That way when "they" say it is an act of god, they can really rub it in when the survivors all die of exposure whilst waiting for god to allow emergency services to get to them.You might consider why god allowed your fuel pump to go just when it did whilst "they" are at it.Bloody thems!"Them" "they" are "them" ones that can't forecast earthquakes no matter how much "they" pay "them".:left: :right: If I was god I'd bloody well deal with "them". :left: :right:

  8. Always best to be on your guard when calling down hell fire out of heaven on people. It tends to rain indiscriminately on the good and the bad.Before a large earthquake occurs, everyone has problems with ropey technology. So you might try a little patience.Large aircraft tend to fall out the sky. Overloaded ferry boats turn turtle, portents are seen in the sky.(Actually that last one can look quite pretty. Mares tails and overly emphatic con trails sort of thing.)And people of a "certain age" suffer brain farts.I think that that one is down to us leading overly luxurious lives and filling our synovial fluids with fatty crystals where once upon a time our half starved ancestors would still be on the ball.Originally posted by Unasia:

    EEK! what is going on?!!!!!Originally posted by Unasia:

    :left: :right: :left: :right: :left: :right: :eyes: 🙄 :whistle:

    Originally posted by Unasia:

    :left: :right: :left: :right: :left: :right: :eyes: 🙄 :whistle:

    Originally posted by Unasia:

    :left: :right: :left: :right: :left: :right: :eyes: 🙄 :whistle:

    Originally posted by Unasia:

    :left: :right: :left: :right: :left: :right: :eyes: 🙄 :whistle:

    Originally posted by Unasia:

    :left: :right: :left: :right: :left: :right: :eyes: 🙄 :whistle:

    There is definitely something funny going on here.***I got these though: Right ocean, wrong continent. Ditto but not either.Just 20 years too late for some. Pity that. Kind of makes the taste go poo! And now I am fighting my Firefox (not)applications:

    Opening addcomments.pladdcomments.plwhich is a perl script from my.opera.comWhat should Firefox do with this file?

    Bend down and I'll show you!

  9. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    — SEVERE STORMS (1 updated events, 2 new images) –LEE'S MARCH ACROSS THE APPALACHIANSTropical Storm Lee formed over the Gulf of Mexico in early September 2011 and threatened southern Louisiana with heavy rain. The storm also caused heavy rain in the U.S. Northeast. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52125&src=nha***ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 12, 2011 (Posted on Sep 13, 2011 12:17 PM) * http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=52098&src=nha***ALI(EO-1) image from Sep 10, 2011 (Posted on Sep 12, 2011 2:29 PM)

    The storm in the Southern Indian Ocean is going to be an Hurricane force tomorrow according to TSR.ONE. S Indian.12.1 S. 87.2 E.55 kts TS today12.9 S. 86.7 E. 70 kts F1 tomorrow. (6 Dec 2011)Definitely a Grand Slam for someone I know and love.http://www.tropicalstormrisk.com/

  10. Lunar declination: +13°:55.6 yesterday; +14°:4.6 at the time of writing. It really shifts compared to the sun, doesn't it.Imagine the effect it would have on the earth if it were a REAL planet.But it is, we call it a satellite because earth is so much bigger. But think how much effect on your driving having a trailer attached to your car would make.The earth is too light and moves too slowly to occupy its present orbital distance. Without the moon we would end up somewhere a lot colder.So by just being there it is affecting the weather.http://www.fourmilab.ch/cgi-bin/Solar/action?sys=-Sf

  11. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    And if I am correct, the signal for a largish earthquake in Japan:

    Too clever for my own good with that one. This is what a double centre on a Low system looks like: I got that wrong. And yet…I did say Madagascar…And lots of other things too. Pity that.

  12. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Lunar declination: +13°:55.6' yesterday; +14°:4.6' at the time of writing. It really shifts compared to the sun, doesn't it.

    I forgot to mention Apogee: 6th Dec @ 01:14.Today's declination is +17°:33.4' at the time of writing.(Must be slowing down.)

  13. 2011/12/07 @ 22:23Mag. 6.1 ATACAMA, CHILEBlast, I was thinking Chile.Never mind, there is something to be learned by that.We get tremors in Chile and the Aleutians (Aleutia?) when the weathe leaves North America. But it seems the really large quakes tend to go to Chile, therefore there are other factors involved.(I do not have a good chart site for South America. Maybe I should look?)There is obviously more than one weather pattern involved to cause interference…No. Not caused…Interference patterns can be detected by overlapping storms whose double charge occurs at 80 degrees from both…I can write that a lot simpler but not today.Meanwhile:2011/12/08 03:17Mag. 5.0, BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN should only occur when we have anticyclones here.We are getting quite heavy winds for the region, nothing like what I used to experience on the shores of North Wales but it may be pretty bad up there.Which means that too is related to another weather pattern.This time last year began a series of earthquakes of that magnitude that lead eventually to the disaster in Japan.***There is a name for large waves in the oceans, caused by the interference of one train of swells with another. (And it isn't "big" …well, it is and they are… but…)

  14. Check out the comments to the rest of the charts I put in the album.I didn't see the point of posting them here too. So I just brought a sample over. Click on the chart for a link.

  15. F2 in the Southern Indian Quite windy in the US yesterday or as Americans like to say: Today. And more stuff for Chile and the Aleutians too. Just to show that we in Britain are still capable of following blindly, no matter what.

  16. Month Day Latitude Longitude Magnitude2010 10 4 24.270 125.154 6.311 30 28.360 139.154 6.812 21 26.901 143.698 7.412 22 26.811 143.601 6.4 2011 1 12 26.978 139.869 6.43 9 38.435 142.842 7.33 9 38.315 142.434 63 9 38.296 142.808 6.43 11 38.297 142.373 93 11 37.712 141.184 6.33 11 37.359 143.351 6.43 11 37.623 142.155 6.33 11 38.095 142.492 6.23 11 39.003 142.290 6.33 11 36.419 141.876 6.43 11 38.969 143.370 6.73 11 37.788 144.233 6.23 11 37.211 141.601 6.23 11 37.930 143.802 6.33 11 36.281 141.111 7.93 11 36.023 142.269 6.63 11 36.004 142.067 6.53 11 38.290 142.813 6.23 11 39.030 142.284 6.23 11 38.058 144.590 7.73 11 37.812 144.233 6.13 11 37.961 142.724 6.23 11 37.337 144.237 6.13 11 35.712 140.875 63 11 37.357 144.725 6.33 11 36.586 141.823 6.33 11 37.934 144.529 6.13 11 36.823 141.824 6.13 11 39.031 142.349 6.33 11 37.442 141.195 63 11 36.569 141.486 6.23 11 37.047 144.541 6.13 11 36.166 141.562 6.53 11 37.367 143.017 6.13 11 38.017 142.657 63 11 37.469 141.176 63 11 39.140 142.967 63 11 39.185 142.760 63 11 39.241 142.463 6.63 11 35.999 141.805 6.33 11 36.398 141.864 63 11 37.014 138.376 6.23 11 39.342 142.872 63 11 40.483 139.055 6.23 11 39.005 142.633 6.13 12 37.594 142.648 6.53 12 37.249 141.159 6.13 12 38.047 141.720 6.13 13 35.723 141.637 6.13 14 37.785 142.456 63 15 37.576 142.237 63 15 35.272 138.582 63 15 40.333 143.287 6.13 17 40.136 142.168 6.23 22 37.244 144.003 6.43 22 37.325 141.791 6.13 22 39.850 143.442 6.43 25 38.772 141.880 6.23 27 38.415 142.011 6.23 29 37.401 142.290 6.13 31 38.922 141.821 64 7 38.276 141.588 7.14 11 37.001 140.401 6.64 11 35.417 140.575 6.24 13 39.583 143.340 6http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/2011/12/03/spell-beginning-2-december-2011?cid=76763082#comment76763082The list from Mag. 5 up is huge and the one from Mag. 4 is ridiculous, nobody in the relative earthquake safety departments could possibly have missed it.I noticed it and I wasn't even looking. I'd just started pondering it when the disaster occurred. 74 magnitude 6 quakes in a region 20 by 30 degrees in 6 months and no one noticed?How many do we get earth-wide in that time?

  17. Police have told people in Scotland not to travel, as winds of up to 165mph (264km/h) affected the country, leaving more than 50,000 people without power.As the Met Office issued its highest warning, a red alert, hundreds of schools have shut and bridge and road closures are causing disruption.England, Wales and Northern Ireland were also being hit by wind and rain.Winds of up to 90mph (144km/h) and possible blizzard conditions are expected in north Scotland into Friday.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/mobile/uk-scotland-16079849

  18. Is it me, or is blue a silly colour for a chart where blue is also used to indicate water? 4.6 MINDORO, PHILIPPINES 4.6 CRETE, GREECE 4.2 OFF THE COAST OF BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR 4.9 SOUTHERN IRAN 4.6 BALI SEA 4.4 CENTRAL ALASKANothing larger than that is odd. But when a very large quake is imminent, the rest of the world stops having them, temporarily.Try explaining that to someone who believes in subduction zones and the rest of it. You'd think a massive shake like a Mag. 7 would wake them up wouldn't you?You know how you can tell people who believe in plate tectonics?They have to ask why.Anyone with the structural engineering comprehension of a 5 year old will know the answer.By the time they reach adulthood they stop thinking for themselves and go with more democratic ideals.If you don't believe me go on this forum:sci.geo.geologyand ask:When a very large quake is imminent, why does the rest of the world stop having anything large for a while?

  19. The first of a series of interesting weather:The American Low hits Greenland touches off the harmonic there and sets off a lot of mice. But it doesn't dissipate by the next spell: What it does is touch off some more tropical storms. A twin TD will start off from somewhere south of India I think: But that's all for this thread.You can tell when there is a large quake (mag 6.5 to 7 or a little more, not sure) due:1. Not many quakes a few hours before.2. Weather forecasters lose confidence.3. Forecasts are wrong.4. The weather is not behaving according to the lunar code.5. Severe Lows hit continental shelves.6. Lots of mice in long reams on the North Atlantic chart.There are a few more that I know must remain to be discovered* and are bound to be more as we learn more. GOD NEVER ACTS WITHOUT GIVING HIS SERVANTS DUE WARNING.For very large earthquakes, a series of patterns develop due to marked stalling at the weather over very long periods. These additions come before the 6 signals above:1. Blocked weather takes place for weeks, off and on -over many months for super quakes.2. Large quakes occur regularly in the region near where the super-quake will strike as the stuck weather patterns move about.3. Adults tend to realise they are suffering because of abnormal weather. Lots of accidents -some of them disasters, occur. Crime rates rise, insurance claims too.4. Electronic devices tend to cause problems. Signals to EMF earthquake detection devices start working and lots of static (atmospherics) interferes with TV and Radio reception."insurance claims too" that one should wake the people who only care about money. Pity they run there businesses as though it is somebody else's money -because it usually is.Ten is considered a completion of things in some biblical passages. That's ten in anyone's money.

  20. 1600. Hey, I told you I was getting help didn't I!It's 1600; just about when the harmonic kicks in across the Atlantic. 🙂 Hey!!I've worked out… oops sorry god. :whistle: I have just been helped to understand why the North Atlantic is the perfect signalling device for all the world's weather.***I humbly ask for forgiveness for my sins and for those who wish to help themselves by means of your largesse.I approach you through you mediator in charge of things on earth and in heaven for the duration of hostilities for this plea.Thank Christ.TIA!:o

  21. Ah buggrit, I couldn't wait:LA to Shanghai = 6400 miles6400 / 4 = 1600No that's wrong.LA to Tokyo = 5400 miles5400 / 3 = 1800Norway to Newfoundland = 2400 milesHmmm…Norway to Greenland = 1500That's more like it.http://www.freemaptools.com/OH!WAIT..I'm not measuring centres. I told you I was lousy at maths. :irked:

  22. Watch the deep Low 80 degree East longitude on the loop here: http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/charts/viewer/index.shtml?type=mslp-precip&tz=AEDT&area=SH&model=GIt is pointless adding the chart in my albums to this thread, and I can't download the complete loop. It is a pity as I am sure it will pay dividends as it unfolds its secret this coming spell.***Everything on here is stretching out into the North Atlantic. I have no idea what that means. So I can't say if it confirms my suspicions or tells me where I am going wrong: And that's about it for this spell.Alenga dies right on the end of it. Oh, that reminds me, there is one little extra: The harmonics on the systems on here match those with the systems in the North Atlantic on the MetO chart aboce. Look at the way the are spaced out into China here. The system leaving North America and the one perched on Norway…How far are they apart and what are the overall dimensions of their respective landmasses?I don't know if you think I am going to do everything on here, you are wrong.I might have the vision of a god or insights from god but I can't do the most simple tasks like count up or down in straight lines.It's time you pulled your finger out anyway. I don't live in a region affected badly by natural disasters, I even live on an hill-top for the disasters we do get occasionally: floods.:rolleyes: I bet I am going to regret saying that :whistle:

  23. 30 November-6 December 2011New Activity/Unrest:Fuego, Guatemala; Galeras, Colombia; Gamalama, Halmahera; Pagan, Mariana Islands; Tungurahua, EcuadorOngoing Activity:Dukono, Halmahera; Hierro, Canary Islands (Spain); Karymsky, Eastern Kamchatka (Russia); Kilauea, Hawaii (USA); Kizimen, Eastern Kamchatka (Russia); Popocatépetl, México; Puyehue-Cordón Caulle, Central Chile; Sakura-jima, Kyushu; Shiveluch, Central Kamchatka (Russia)The Weekly Volcanic Activity Report is a cooperative project between the Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program and the US Geological Survey's Volcano Hazards Program. Updated by 2300 UTC every Wednesday, is not a comprehensive list of all of Earth's volcanoes but a summary of activity at volcanoes that meet the criteria in the "Criteria and Disclaimers" section.I have only used those volcanoes that exhibited in my opinion, high VEI indexes of activity (ejecting rock in one form or another.) Where activity is gas plumes only or if activity has decreased, they are omitted.INSIVUMEH reported that on 1 December explosions from Fuego produced ash plumes that rose 800 m above the crater and drifted to the S. Avalanches descended toward Ash Creek. During 5-6 December ash plumes rose to an altitudes of 400-500 m above the crater and drifted to the W. A 150-m-long lava flow descended toward Ash Creek and avalanches reached vegetated areas. Seismicity has remained the same from the previous week from Tungurahua, the number of explosions increased 30 November-6 December. Incandescent blocks traveled 1 km down the flanks and roaring noises and sounds resembling "cannon shots" were reported all week. Ashfall was reported from almost all populations near the volcano during the week. Ash plumes rose to 4,920-16,400 ft and drifted in multiple directions. On the night of 2 December lahars descended into the drainages and ejected incandescent blocks 500 m above the crater. 29 November ash plumes from Dukono rose to 7,000 ft a.s.l. and drifted 65 km NW. [Presumably this activity is continuing but not to the same extent.]30 November-6 December the submarine eruption continued S of El Hierro Island, with lava balloons sporadically observed floating. The mean tremor amplitude was similar to the previous week.Eruption from the Cordón Caulle rift zone, part of the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcanic complex, continued at a low level. During 1-3 and 5 December plumes rose 1.5-3 km above the crater. On 1 December an ash plume drifted 90 km SSE with sparse ashfall to the W and NW and dissipated 100 km to the SE. During the night the crater was incandescent. An ash plume drifted E and SE and reaching the Atlantic Ocean on 2 December. Cloud cover prevented satellite data during 3-4 December. On 5 December a plume drifted 100 km NW. The Alert Level remained at Red.30 November and 2-6 December explosions from Sakura-jima produced plumes that rose to 4,000-10,000 ft and drifted NE, E, SE, W, NW. Satellite imagery and a pilot report on 30 November showed an ash plume at an altitude 12,000 ft and drifted 37 km SE. On 5 December a pilot report and satellite imagery showed an ash plume at an altitude of 12,000 ft and drifted 74 km S.http://www.volcano.si.edu/reports/usgs/

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