This news from Russia Today is from November, but I just noticed it… There is a star about to either have a “normal” supernova outburst – OR – it seems primed for an unusual gamma ray burst, the likes of which our civilization has never seen. At a distance of 8,000 light years, the event already happened long ago – but its event horizon hasn’t reached us yet, so we still don’t know for sure which way the star will blow off its excess energy. It could be intense enough to have a huge effect on Earth.
“A star 8,000 light years from Earth is on the verge of a huge supernova explosion, which could produce the Milky Way’s first gamma-ray explosion, a dangerous and extremely energetic event.
Australian scientists at the University of Sydney discovered the rare ‘God of chaos’ star, which they say could produce the Milky Way’s first known gamma-ray burst, a lethal combination of dust and gas mixed with wind as fast as 12 million km/ph, which is one of the most extreme energetic events after the Big Bang.
The researchers published their findings in the latest issue of the journal ‘Nature Astronomy’. ‘God of chaos’ is part of a two-star system named after the Egyptian serpentine Apep.
Apep comprises of two hot, luminous stars which orbit each other every hundred years or so. Scientists say one of the stars has the perfect conditions to create a gamma-ray burst which has the potential to strip Earth’s ozone from the atmosphere, drastically increasing our exposure to UV light from the sun.”
The research article makes it sound like the event will be felt here in 2019. Is it the trigger I expect for a POLE SHIFT? No, but it could be powerful enough to surprise me.