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The Sun

Scientists say solar activity will increase and peak in the next four or five years.

A solar flare is defined as a sudden, rapid, and intense variation in brightness. A solar flare occurs when magnetic energy that has built up in the solar atmosphere is suddenly released. Radiation is emitted across virtually the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves at the long wavelength end, through optical emission to x-rays and gamma rays at the short wavelength end. The amount of energy released is the equivalent of millions of 100-megaton hydrogen bombs exploding at the same time! The first solar flare recorded in astronomical literature was on September 1, 1859. To date, there have been 43 cases of satellite damage as a result of solar flares.

"We're going to have a huge storm [about] January 1, 2000…," said Ernie Hildner, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Space Environment Center in Boulder, Colorado.

Geomagnetically induced current from space weather can be picked up by power lines and disable transformers. Solar Cycle 22 in 1989 for instance, left more than 6 million people in Quebec, Canada without electric power for 12 hours. "The latest solar cycle Cycle 23 is expected to reach its maximum strength around 2000, far surpassing the strength of its predecessor," Hildner said.



The Moon

Since the Spring of 1996, there have been consecutive lunar eclipses on every major full moon feast day of Israel. The first eclipse in the series fell on Passover, April 3rd, 1996. The second, the Eve of the Feast of Tabernacles, September 27th, 1996. The third on Purim, March 23rd, 1997. These three eclipses will have taken place within the span of one biblical year.