We had been talking in Comments under the previous article about how brutal, severe, extreme, and different the massive energy blast that many of us got hammered by yesterday, August 28, 2013, actually was. I got hit around 9 AM 8-28-13 while driving so suddenly and so severely that I wondered if I’d be able to get back home. Because I was driving I noticed and mentioned to my Mom that the Sunlight looked like it had gotten turned up again! The brilliant white Light was even more brilliant than usual. Yesterday’s energies were different and more intense and many felt those energies yesterday and into today. I actually feel better today than I have in years, which I find rather interesting.
At any rate, my brain finally yelled at me this evening to go to Spaceweather.com to see if anything had happened in the past 24+ hours and sure enough, here’s what I found. More LIGHT Energy transmissions via the Sun.
August 29, 2013
“MAJOR FIREBALL EVENT, UPGRADED (AGAIN): NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office has upgraded its estimates of a major fireball that exploded over the southeastern USA around 2:30 AM on August 28th. Lead researcher Bill Cooke says “the fireball reached a peak apparent magnitude of -16, about 20 times brighter than a Full Moon, and cast shadows on the ground. This indicates that the meteoroid had a mass of more than 110 kg (240 lbs) and was up to a meter in diameter. It hit the top of Earth’s atmosphere traveling 25 km/s (56,000 mph).” Watch the movie, then read more about the fireball below:
“This is the brightest event our network has observed in 5 years of operation,” he continues. “There are reports of sonic booms reaching the ground, and data from 4 doppler radars indicate that some meteorites may have fallen along the fireball’s ground track.” (Note: The city in the ground track map is Cleveland, Tennessee, not Cleveland, Ohio.) An initial calculation of the fireball’s orbit suggested it might be a fragment from a Jupiter family comet. Improved estimates of the orbital parameters point to a different kind of object: a main belt asteroid. If meteorites are recovered from the Tennessee countryside, their chemical composition will tell researchers more about the origin of the fireball.”