(CNN) -- Common Western superstition says Friday the 13th is unlucky. But what does it say about a Friday the 13th with a full moon and solar flares that could create geomagnetic storms large enough to disrupt Earth's atmosphere?
We may find out this Friday (June 13, 2014).NASA cameras captured three major solar flares this week -- events in which the sun hurls powerful bursts of matter into the atmosphere. When large enough, these bursts send shock waves -- called coronal mass ejections, or CMEs -- throughout space.
- CME = 3+14+5 = 21
Did you catch the "coronal mass ejections"?These shock waves pose no direct threat to humans, but sometimes, on days such as June 13, CMEs can be large enough to disrupt GPS, satellite communications and other atmospheric systems, according to NASA.Just our luck.
- Coronal = 3+6+9+6+5+1+3 = 33
- Mass = 4+1+1+1 = 7
- Ejections = 5+1+5+3+2+9+6+5+1 = 37
- Coronal Mass Ejections = 33+7+37 = 77
I also appreciate that the article ended with "luck".
- Luck = 3+3+3+2 = 11
- Luck = 12+21+3+11 = 47
When I was attending Arizona State University, I had a professor, Mr. Holloway, who always cautioned us to never live in Seattle, because it wasn't safe with Mt. Rainier and the plate that is here. It makes me wonder, with some focused HAARP energy, what can possibly be achieved? We might soon find out, learning the lesson the hard way.
Anyhow, pay attention to this reporting. It is hinting at what is to come. This is how they bate and tease us; our owners, our tormentors.