In order to investigate whether planetary aspects affect solar electromagnetic behaviour a series of observations were made of various planetary configurations and the activity on the sun. The main observations began before the solar eclipse on October 23rd. The theory is that the earth is affecting the sun through the electrical conduit that exists between and the earth. We observe that flux transfer events occur in the earth's magnetic field due to the interactions of the solar and terrestrial magnetic fields. It has been observed by other investigators that there is a slight anti-correlation between the number of solar flares and the number of earthquakes. This seems to be due to the change the electrical fields flow direction. Previous studies that have been been published by Brian Johnston in International Astrologer have shown a very strong correlation between the timing of the planetary aspects and the the rate of earthquakes. What was shown was that there was a peak in the number of earthquakes just before the time of the occurrence of an aspect and there were more earthquakes before a planetary aspect when compared to the period afterwards. At the present time there have been no statistical studies to show that there is a relationship between solar activity, but they both appear to be triggered by the planetary aspects and so may be simply related phenomena. They both appear to be triggered electrically.
There was a 6.0 earthquake in the Easter Islands during this period and a 6.9 in Fiji. In the video there is a simultaneous eruption in the north east segment of the sun and the south west at exactly the same time. The SOHO went into safe mode for several hours when this occurred so it did not record this event. The 6.9 occurred just at the end and there are some small eruptions near the centre of the sun's disk.
This video shows the observations I made with different instruments during the period from October 23rd, the day of the eclipse of the sun, to the 27th. of October, 2014. During this period there is the conjunction of Venus with the sun. There is a massive eruption on the sun just before this event and another one at the moment of the conjunction. The first can be seen at the bottom of the sun and the second is at the top of the sun in the images from SOHO in red light. There is continued activity on the sun right up the 27th when both Venus and the Sun had made a 120 degree angle, trine, to Neptune. The other images that follow were made using the Solar Dynamics Observatory. In these images we see the details on the sun as captured in near real time as the images downloaded. There was a Monster Sun Spot group for during this period and the images show how much energy was produced by these storms. The images are quite beautiful as well.
In this video we see the eruptions on the Sun as viewed by SOHO. The first eruption occurs when Venus is at exactly 90 degrees to Uranus and the second is when Venus is zero degrees to Pluto- conjunction.
This is probably one of the most interesting observations of solar activity during the conjunctions of the sun and planets. Here we have a massive smoke ring blown out of the sun with an small star-like object at its' centre. This is even more fascinating due to the extreme distance between the Sun and Pluto and it's very tiny mass. The only solution to this conundrum is that the effect is electrical and that it works according to electronic formulas. The planet in the foreground is Mercury.
This video shows the solar eruptions on April 1st and 2nd 2014 during the conjunction of the Sun and Uranus. This a fairly minor storm, but it is very precisely timed.
The upper portion of the image is overexposed due to high levels of Solar activity, At the bottom you can the eruptions precisely timed with the conjunction of Neptune and the Sun.
This video show the storms that occurred during the conjunction of Jupiter and the sun in July. Notice the apparent swath cut through the solar filed in the wake of Jupiter. this is strange due to the fact that Jupiter is far out in space, The big ejection of the associated video has just ended and you can see Jupiter emerge from the glare of the sun and now you can see the whole mass rising away from the sun as it passes the occulting disk.
This video show the storms that occurred during the conjunction of Jupiter and the sun in July. Notice the apparent swath cut through the solar filed in the wake of Jupiter. this is strange due to the fact that Jupiter is far out in space, Watch for the big ejection just about the moment of conjunction.
This is a wide angle view in red and blue light showing the interaction between Venus and the sun which appears to create storms on the sun as the conjunction approaches. This illustrates the electrical connection between the sun and planets.
This video show the activity on the sun as Jupiter approaches the opposition of Pluto and the 90 degree square between Jupiter and Uranus to form the Grand Cross of 2014. Here we see the most massive eruptions on the sun during the period.
.This video is of April 21st., 2014 on this day there was the exact angle of 90 degrees between Uranus and Pluto. At this time there was a large explosion on the sun. This aspect was part of a larger configuration known as the Grand Planetary Cross of 2014.
In this video we see a major eruption of the sun as Mercury approaches it's conjunction with the sun. It happens just as Mercury is directly aligned in the filed of view with the streamer coming out of the sun. This occurred at the same time as Mars had entered the 13th degree and entered into the grand cross of planets that occurred at the end of April 2014. The bright moving star is Mercury.
The shows the end of the conjunction of Mercury and the sun at the end of the period of the Grand Cross. The solar activity has mostly subsided and things are getting quieter again. You can see Mercury in the red area moving to the left away from the sun.
The latest download from The Solar Dynamics Observatory. Close to real time.