World Health DayApril 7, 2017
2017 Theme: Depression: Let's Talk
Depression - Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) Crystalinks Files
Are you planning for it? Don't take it seriously? Don't understand it?
Think it never ends anymore based on the way reality is manifesting?
On April 2, 2017, high above a thunderstorm in the Czech republic, an enormous ring of light appeared in the night sky. Using a low-light video camera, amateur astronomer Martin Popek of Nydek photographed the 300 km-wide donut hovering near the edge of space. It appeared for just a split second alongside the constellation Orion. This is an example of an ELVE (Emissions of Light and Very Low Frequency Perturbations due to Electromagnetic Pulse Sources). First seen by cameras on the space shuttle in 1990, ELVEs appear when a pulse of electromagnetic radiation from cloud-to-ground lightning propagates up toward space and hits the base of Earth's ionosphere. A faint ring of deep-red light marks the broad 'spot' where the EMP hits. ELVEs often appear alongside red sprites, which are also sparked by strong lightning. ELVEs are elusive - and that's an understatement. Blinking in and out of existence in only 1/1000th of a second, they are completely invisible to the human eye. For comparison, red sprites tend to last for hundredths of a second and regular lightning can scintillate for a second or more. Their brevity explains why ELVEs are a more recent discovery than other lightning-related phenomenon.
UFO enthusiast mysteriously vanishes leaving behind a den filled with secret codes, 14 encrypted books
and a statue of 16th Century philosopher who predicted aliens' existence Daily Mail - April 5, 2017