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By Paul A. LaViolette

A brand new interpretation of approximately forty years of interstellar signs and the prophetic message they contain
• includes vast research of pulsar information, revealing new rules concerning the origins and services of pulsars
• offers facts of an extraterrestrial conversation network
• comprises information regarding the formation of crop circles and force-field-beaming technology
In 1967, astronomers all started receiving and cataloging accurately timed radio pulses from extraterrestrial assets, which they known as pulsars. those pulsars emit laserlike radio beams that penetrate via area very like searchlight beams. Paul LaViolette, who has been gaining knowledge of pulsars for over 25 years, indicates that whereas those pulsars have lengthy been assumed to be spinning stars, the real nature of those radio resources has been grossly misunderstood.
In Decoding the Message of the Pulsars, LaViolette indicates that pulsars are disbursed within the sky in a nonrandom type, usually marking key galactic destinations, and that their signs are of clever foundation. utilizing broad clinical facts to corroborate his concept, he provides facts of bizarre geometric alignments between pulsars and fascinating pulse-period relationships. both compelling is the message LaViolette contends is being despatched via those extraterrestrial beacons: a caution a couple of prior galactic center explosion catastrophe which can recur within the close to destiny.

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TURKEY VULTURE Common nearly everywhere in summer; winters mainly in the south. ” Flight feathers are silvery underneath. Similar Black Vulture has white patches on wings, visible in flight. Bare, red head Black body BALD EAGLE Population increasing across the US. Immature is all brown with blotchy white on underside and especially underwings. Adult has white head, white tail, and no white anywhere else. Similar Golden Eagle, found mainly in the western US, is darker; immature has white tail base.

Grayish back White outer tail HORNED LARK Tawny eye-stripe Thin, dark bill Light streaks below Unique head pattern Distinctive, with tiny “horns” on head. Resident across the US; birds breeding in Canada and Alaska mostly retreat south in the winter months. Yellowish face White outer tail SNOW BUNTING Highly migratory; breeds in much of Alaska and in the high Arctic. Winters across southern Canada and the northern US. Breeding male has black back and bill. White wing patch White outer tail Chestnut crown 55 DISTINCTIVE BLACKBIRDS Distinctive Blackbirds These blackbirds are boldly patterned.

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