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Golden Apple Alignment 2015 (#1)
It's a very special Orange/Golden Apple Alignment (what is a Golden Apple Alignment?) around February 23rd, the first one of the "Year of the Golden Apple". Typically a major time marker...


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Mar 05 Eye of Horus: Deep Impact signals via the Oscars

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X Marks February
SpaceX will once again try to land their Falcon 9 rocket on the Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ship (ASDS) on February 8 (or later) when they will launch NASA/NOAA's DSCOVR satellite. And once again, this will be an important "X marks the spot" event. I decided to not write a lengthy article for now (outside of STRUG) but this may well be something that can multicontextually trigger a dramatic and/or highly meaningful sequence of events within a span of roughly two weeks.

This year so far we've been operating under the assumption, based on ominous and quite solid multicontextual clues, that there is a countdown clock ticking down to a certain near-future context-defining "deep impact" event. (We have some ideas as to what this context is.) The terror event in Paris back on January 7th - which we did highlight beforehand - might be part of it but not the whole thing.

Sounds doomy I know but it's all about... the end and a new beginning, a la the phoenix. There is a big shift taking place...


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SpaceX (still) marks the spot. As discussed previously, SpaceX's next ISS resupply mission (CRS-5) originally scheduled for December 16th was to coincide with the Sun at the Dark Horse Nebula, where (as seen from earth) Mars was almost hit by a comet back on Oct 19. And sure enough we did see (along with other big events like a deadly hostage situation in Sydney, Taliban school massacre, US-Cuba relations) a Mars impact echo right there on Dec 16 in the form of NASA revealing evidence of potential current life on Mars:
The first hints of life on Mars have been discovered by Nasa. [...] Curiosity has previously found water bound in the fine soil of the Red Planet, believed to be crucial to life. But if the existence of living, breathing microbes is confirmed, it will be the first evidence of life outside Earth.
That's a pretty big deal, and the timing suggests the evidence will eventually be confirmed, making it official that we are not alone.

The SpaceX mission however got pushed back to January 6, 2015. Talk about X marking the spot: Based on the Julian calendar and for some churches, January 6-7 is Xmas (Christmas) or X mass, implying "SpaceX Ritual"!
X will literally be marking the spot as SpaceX will ambitiously try to land the Falcon 9 rocket (after sending the Dragon spacecraft into space) on a floating platform back on earth, marked by an "X".


Note too that Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus who is essentially a Christianized form of Horus, a falcon-headed ancient Egyptian deity! (Resonating with the Falcon 9 rocket.)


As if these weren't enough, on Julian Christmas Day, January 7, we will have Comet Lovejoy (Q2) at its closest point to Earth and likely at its brightest (potentially visible to the naked eye)!

And just a few days later on January 9th, we'll have a golden ratio point based on not one but two mega quake/tsunami catastrophes, Sumatra 2004 and Japan 2011:

So that's quite an intense cluster of time markers January 6-9, 2015...


Jan 06 Tail of missing AirAsia jetliner found in Java Sea
Jan 06 SpaceX scrubs space station supply flight at last minute,
will try again Friday (Jan 9)
Jan 07 SpaceX Postpones Cargo Launch, Daring Rocket Test
to Saturday (Jan 10)
Jan 07 NASA Approves SpaceX's Plans to Send Astronauts
to Space Station
Jan 07 Green Comet Lovejoy Now Closest to Earth,
Visible in 'Heavenly River' of Stars

Jan 07 Terror in Paris: Islamic gunmen attack on
French magazinekills 12 in Paris
Jan 09 Raids kill 3 suspects, including 2 wanted in Charlie Hebdo attack
Jan 10 3 days of terror: Key events in Paris

Jan 10 SpaceX launches cargo ship but rocket recovery
test ends in crash

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket did hit the "X" on the floating platform in the Atlantic Ocean, but it was more impact than landing, thus expressing "Deep Impact" and interacting with Comet Lovejoy which was at its closest point to Earth on January 7th (Julian Xmas). Along with Terror in Paris, this is the stuff of SpaceXmas...


Jan 16 SpaceX video gives spectacular ground-level view
of rocket crash
Jan 16 SpaceX's rocket landing test was a big success,
despite the fiery explosion

Jan 16 Comet Lovejoy Now at its Brightest


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