In early to mid August I had a dream in which I was being shown the map of the US. Virginia was highlighted. I was speaking to someone else and told them it was unfortunate for those living in that state, although there was no great feeling of doom. It appeared obvious that a disaster of some magnitude would take place here at any rate. A week or two later Virginia experienced its largest earthquake in 114 years. Luckily no one was hurt. But does it portend of more serious conditions to come? There is a documentary portraying a mega-tsnumi type event that could occur and hit the east coast if, for instance, Cumbre Vieja erupted in The Canary Islands causing a landslide.
It was late June or so. I was sleeping one night and someone, or some thing, came to me in a dream. Or perhaps I was merely awake inside an expanse of quasi-dreamland? It felt like outer space. I believe we are most psychically open when we are asleep. This "spirit entity", who seemed like it might be of some higher consciousness, had but few words. It only said "watch next for the 10th star".
But what was the 10th star, I wondered. Is it the "so-called tenth planet, Planet X? Or was it a star that would represent the tenth body in, around, or entering the solar system? I began looking up possibilities on the internet. I was already somewhat versed in Astronomy, having taken some college courses and flirting with the idea of a degree in the field (really ever since my first telescope at age 9). I speculated that it could be the 10th furthest star from our solar system. But should it include the Sun or not include the Sun? I speculated that it could be the 10th brightest star in magnitude. Betelgeuse is the 10th brightest star to us here on Earth. It is a red giant in the constellation of Orion. There has been some discussion in more recent times about this immense star on the internet: it is eventually due to explode/go Supernova, some say within a couple of thousand years due to its age, if it has not done so already. When it does it will take 400-600 years for the light to travel this way. Many scientists believe that the star is too distant to affect us here on Earth in the event of a supernova.
Saiph is another interesting member of the Orion constellation. It is the tenth star listed in the constellation and makes up the leg of Orion. Saiph al jabbar literally means "sword of the giant". It is another star in Orion - a blue giant - that is destined to go supernova. It is approximated to be over 700 light years from Earth. Though it does not look brighter than Betelgeuse, with a surface temperature of some 46,000 degrees F, it actually gives off more energy in the UV spectrum.
Interestingly, a group, supposedly channeling from the sixth dimension through a Ouija board, was told that a star would go supernova and they gave a clue that this star makes up the foot of Orion. Orion of course has two feet. One is Rigel and the other is Saiph.
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