Thought toward the country of the Rising Sun

By: Danube , 9:02 PM GMT on May 27, 2011

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Just for the sake of precision:
Three of my quite rare communications were these in a privately used blog:

1.)

March 08 2011 01:01 PM (GMT):

'Yesterday? The geomagnetic field was expected to be predominantly quiet.
With other words: Nice day yesterday. I woke up, bright lights in the skies over. And I felt and I saw the Earth how quiet is now. Its additional burdens came to existence. And no new stronger quakes, no volcano eruptions for a short time. On its orbit she is just combed, her leer becomes brighter (fényesedőben) her breasts tighten as yet rowing little on the waves of that torrential light’s river. The unfolding of this small, charming, almost living being to our star is such as the pulsating joy of our life and love which expects the precious companion.
I enjoyed this quiet brightness, the clearness of things reflected as thinks in the past. After? The evening was quickly falling. The bright horn of the Moon prickled again at the bottom of the horizon like one last goodbye of Earth for that our common day, one last flash of her brilliant pendant.
No problems during the (...) activity.
Have a nice day today, too!
András'

(P. s.) Earlier this was the accompanying text of one of my uploaded photos with title 'Bright sky with clouds: 2' at 2011/03/07. I deleted it in 2011/03/10).

2.)

March 09 10:27 AM (GMT)

'Hello, hello,

A magnitude 7.3 earthquake hit off Japan's northeastern coast about 193 km southeast of Morioka, Honshu Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 02:45 UTC. No immediate reports of significant damage or injuries.
A small, 60-centimeter tsunami wave reached the coastal town of Ofunato, Japan about 30 minutes after the quake.
A Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected.
In 1933, about 3,000 people were killed around Ofunato by an earthquake and tsunami that had a maximum wave height of 28.7 meters (94 feet) – the news said.

Have a nice day!
András'

3.)

2011 March 11 07:45 AM (GMT)

'Update
I mentioned it here a few days ago, and now
Friday, March 11, 2011 at 05:46 UTC a 8,8 magnitude quake occurred in Honshu region, Japan
I am with great regret and sympathy to people suffering.
Andr�s'

2011 March 11 07:47 AM (GMT)

'Update
I mentioned it here a few days ago, and now
Friday, March 11, 2011 at 05:46 UTC a 8,8 magnitude quake occurred in Honshu region, Japan
I am with great regret and sympathy to people suffering.
András'

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Sunrise March 10 2011 (Danube)
2011/03/10 0525 UT. Sunrise, sunspot... On 7 March six M-class solar flare occurred and five more one day later. On 9 March, yesterday, a powerful X1-class solar flare occurred with its peak at 2316 UT.
Sunrise March 10 2011
The bright horn of the Moon (Danube)
2011/03/07 19:10 UT. This day has five M1-class solar flare occurred with peaks at 0513 UT, 0754 UT, 0807 UT, 0915 UT and 1400 UT. I enjoyed the quiet brightness of this flew day, the clearness of things reflected as thinks in the past. And the evening was quickly falling. The bright horn of the Moon prickled again at the bottom of the horizon like one last goodbye of Earth for that our common day, one last flash of her brilliant pendant.
The bright horn of the Moon
Around sunset (Danube)
Buda Castle 2011/03/09 16:09 UT. On March 7, M1-M3-grade solar flare occurred six times. On March 8, yesterday, additional five M1-M5 grade solar flare was also observed. The two most recent of those was classified as an M4 class flare with a peak at 1828 UT and as an M1-class solar flare with its peak at 2016 CET, yesterday.
Around sunset
Thought toward the country of the Rising Sun: 2. (Danube)
2011/03/12 17:25 CET. We trust in you! Which only depends on the man, you will do that! The rest depends on the extent of direct help and prayers
Thought toward the country of the Rising Sun: 2.

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