V Is For Vulcan and Vulcana, Earth Changes and The Gulf Disaster

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Earth changes seem to be coming now with more regularity. Are these labor pains indicative of a new Earth that is being birthed before our eyes? Yesterday, both Guatemala and Ecuador experienced volcanic eruptions. We’ve already witnessed the ashy, Icelandic plume ground thousands of planes to a halt.

Beneath the once clear waters of The Gulf, BP and Halliburton opened the gates of hades on 4/20, through neglect, sacrificing the lives of eleven men, who were instantly incinerated by the hellish blast. Whether these events are triggered by some outside agency as some would point towards HAARP, Tromso, etc, or that they are emanations of our own consciousness, quaking and shuddering, unable to handle the pressure any longer or a combination of both, remains to be seen. The one thing that we can agree on is that there is a new level of dramatic, geo-physical activity that is taking place. Tectonic plates, effluvial matter, pillars of ash and molten flow all rise the surface of our consciousness. If we aren’t away of the Earth now, we will be.

One of the more fascinating and yet lesser known stories in modern astronomy is the search for the planet Vulcan. Vulcan of course was named after the Roman god, Vulcan, their equivalent of Hephaestus. Vulcan was the son of Jupiter and Juno. He was the smith of the gods and crafted art, iron, arms and armor. If you were into astropanthology, and you wanted to tap the energy of a god as a precursor to war, Vulcan would be your guy. In “The Lord Of The Rings” Sauron also taps the power of Vulcan to create a monstrous army with weapons forged from the fires of the earth. But we are getting ahead of ourselves.

To understand Vulcan and it’s possible existence, we need to know who and what Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier contributed to modern astronomy and astrology. Le Verrier you see is the guy that discovered Neptune. Pretty fitting for a guy born on March 11th, doncha think? Anyway, Le Verrirer discovered Neptune due to the orbital anomalies he observed with Uranus, using a series of micro-calculations to determine Neptune’s pull, exertion and influence on Uranus. He was right and a Pisces rightly discovered Neptune.

After surfacing Neptune, Le Verrier was tasked to see if there was another planet between the Sun and Mercury that was causing the same sort of orbital fluctuations with Mercury. He did his micro calculations and sure enough he theoretically found the mythic Vulcan, which is purported to have a 19 day orbit around The Sun. Le Ferrier was not able to successfully locate Vulcan in space, but mathematically, he was convinced that it did indeed exist.

In December of 1859, an amateur astronomer named, Edmond Modeste Lescarbault claimed to have seen Le Ferrier’s planet through a modestly powered telescope. Le Ferrier established contact with Lescarbault and traveled to visit and interrogate him as it were. The former was satisfied with the latter’s findings and it paved the way for Lescarbault to be inducted into the Légion d’honneur and invited to appear before numerous learned societies.However, another French astronomer named Emanuel Lais, who was working for Brazil, using a more powerful telescope, supposedly during the same transit period that Lescarbault did, refuted his claim. It was a push, but it effectively put Vulcan back in the mystery bucket.

Previous to Lescarbault’s discovery, astronomers, Gruithuisen and Pastorff had also seen black specs between Mercury and The Sun. There were others after Lescarbault that had witnessed something in the same orbital vicinity, but it wasn’t until two American astronomers James Craig Watson and Lewis Swift came along with some startling observations regarding Vulcan. From Wikipedia:

during the total solar eclipse of 29 July 1878, two experienced astronomers, Professor James Craig Watson, the director of the Ann Arbor Observatory in Michigan, and Lewis Swift, an amateur from Rochester, New York, both claimed to have seen a Vulcan-type planet close to the Sun. Watson, observing from Separation, Wyoming, placed the planet about 2.5 degrees southwest of the Sun, and estimated its magnitude at 4.5. Swift, who was observing the eclipse from a location near Denver, Colorado, saw what he took to be an intra-mercurial planet about 3 degrees southwest of the Sun. He estimated its brightness to be the same as that of Theta Cancri, a fifth-magnitude star which was also visible during totality, about six or seven minutes from the “planet”. Theta Cancri and the planet were very nearly in line with the centre of the Sun.

Watson and Swift had the reputation as excellent observers. Watson had already discovered more than twenty asteroids, while Swift had several comets named after him. Both described the colour of their hypothetical intra-mercurial planet as “red”. Watson reported that it had a definite disk – unlike stars, which appear in telescopes as mere points of light – and that its phase indicated that it was approaching superior conjunction. (Source)

Vulcan was set to be a planet until Albert Einstein came along and waved his hand across face of the the cosmos and dismissed any such notion or nonsense.

However, in the recent months, there has been some video surfacing on youtube about an object being spotted near The Sun. Some people have posited that this might be Niburu but could it actually be Vulcan? And could there be some sort of disturbance with Vulcan itself? If there is and all of the planets are interconnected on an invisible string like pearls in space, then even this smallest of planets, with only a 19 day orbit could be impinging on the rest of the solar system. As a brief side note, I have always found it interesting that most of the attention that is given to planets is Mars and beyond. We are rarely discussing what’s happening with the planets in the inner rings, especially Venus, which for me, is the most mysterious planet in the mix. In addition to Vulcan, there is an asteroid named Vulcana, which was discovered in 1966. Vulcana is now currently in Taurus at 8 degrees. Vulcana in the sign of The Earth. Hmmmmmm.

In any case all kinds of aspects related to our geophysical realm are surfacing and some of them are the ooze of human greed and degradation of life. There are signs pointing towards a second leak in The Gulf, one that occurred three weeks before the current one we’ve been witnessing. Matt Simmons was an energy adviser to President George W. Bush, is an adviser to the Oil Depletion Analysis Centre, and is a member of the National Petroleum Council and the Council on Foreign Relations. Simmon is chairman and CEO of Simmons & Company International, an investment bank catering to oil companies. Simmons told Dylan Ratigan that “there’s another leak, much bigger, 5 to 6 miles away” from the leaking riser and blowout preventer which we’ve all been watching on the underwater cameras. Here is the video with Ratigan below:

5 thoughts on “V Is For Vulcan and Vulcana, Earth Changes and The Gulf Disaster”

  1. K

    Haha Willow, good find! Pricelessness.

    And Robert, I really like your theory that Niburu could be Vulcan. This merits investigation.

    So if Vulcan really is hiding between the fires of the Sun and Mercury, I find it weird that the first and last planet, that is, the planet closet to the sun and the planet furthest from the sun (Pluto), are both underworld archetypes AND being dismissed as either not existing or as not a planet. Why?

  2. A

    Very interesting what you say about Vulcan, the planet, related to Volcano and to the god Vulcan, Ephaistos of the ancient Greeks. The volcano called Vulcano is the home of god Vulcan as Etna, but this god was also related also with Vesuvio, a dangerous explosive volcano as Vulcano in Eolie Islands, Sicily.

    All this vulcanic action is a sign, no doubt on it… Even the relation between god Vulcan and the war is interesting… I do not mean a war, I mean a mental climate all around…

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