January 30th, 2013 @ 0000 LA Time
While signal strength has been weaker during the last few days and remains somewhat weaker now when compared to what I perceive as normal, the signals nevertheless seem to be strengthening over the last day or so. However, the combination of the signal strengths seems to be of a sort that I don’t recall experiencing in the past. It’s as if the signals are all coming together. Actually, it seems more like the signals are colliding. It’s odd. Someday maybe I will be able to install some permanent monitoring stations/equipment to measure and record the actual changes in the signal strengths.
Tonight it’s as if the both of the complementary saints and the angels – as well – are all singing at once but not in unison – of course. Such a scenario as what I noted tonight doesn’t ordinarily seem to happen.
PS. The blog entry posted immediately prior to this one in this blog was posted yesterday (Jan. 29th) morning around about 0900 LA Time.
Wide area of U.S. faces unusual tornado threat in January
Over the last five days or so, the barometer has sort of went through a trough decreasing from 30.1 inHg to 29.9 and then returning 30.2; with minor peaks and troughs fluctuating above and below 30.2 inHg over the last two days or so.
The Saints and the Angels were Singing this Evening – but not too strongly.