Behind the Scenes with Celeste, 9-1-2020

What is on my radar?

  • Mark of the Beast with Nano Technology
  • Anniversary of the Carrington Event
  • Relocating Whole Neighborhoods
  • Preparing for the coming Ice Age
  • Are you ready for an Assyrian type siege?
  • What is in a name?  From Book of Esther

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Weather and Space Weather

Your space weather for today is Moderate to Intense
3 Day Forecast: Calmer but Unstable with Chance of Solar Storm due to corona hole stream.
Cosmic Rays:  Historic High
Solar Polar Earthquake Watch:  Elevated

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If you have not heard about the Carrington Event please read this article for it will make a comeback, soon, very soon.  Next time it will be much worse due to the Technology Era in which we live.


Above: Drawings of the Carrington sunspot by Richard Carrington on Sept. 1, 1859, and (inset) Heinrich Schwabe on Aug. 27, 1859. [Ref]

On Sept. 1st, 1859, the most ferocious solar storm in recorded history engulfed our planet. It was "the Carrington Event," named after British scientist Richard Carrington, who witnessed the flare that started it. The storm rocked Earth's magnetic field, sparked auroras over Cuba, the Bahamas and Hawaii, set fire to telegraph stations, and wrote itself into history books as the Biggest. Solar. Storm. Ever.

But, sometimes, what you read in history books is wrong.

"The Carrington Event was not unique," says Hisashi Hayakawa of Japan's Nagoya University, whose recent study of solar storms has uncovered other events of comparable intensity. "While the Carrington Event has long been considered a once-in-a-century catastrophe, historical observations warn us that this may be something that occurs much more frequently."  Link


Gov makes surveillance mandatory for everyone.  N o sympathy here that they are have surveillance. 

Fresh Snowden Reports Have One Lawmaker Questioning if Congress Was Surveilled

In a letter penned to the Director of National Intelligence and the head of the National Security Agency Friday, Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., demands details about every time intelligence community personnel collected communications or metadata on any Congress member, federal judge, Supreme Court Justice, or other judicial or legislative branch employee during the last decade. Link


This is not a new concept.  In 2006 or 07 the whole Pacific Northwest was almost evacuated and would not have been allowed to return home.  A literal miracle from God prevented that action that had already begun.  Join me for a September 11 Special Memorial Night, The Day America Changed, Your FEMA questions answered.  At the Celestial Report

U.S. Flood Strategy Shifts to ‘Unavoidable’ Relocation of Entire Neighborhoods

For years, even as seas rose and flooding worsened nationwide, policymakers stuck to the belief that relocating entire communities away from vulnerable areas was simply too extreme to consider — an attack on Americans’ love of home and private property as well as a costly use of taxpayer dollars. Christopher Flavelle writes that now, however, that is rapidly changing amid acceptance that rebuilding over and over after successive floods makes little sense. Using tax dollars to move whole communities out of flood zones is swiftly becoming policy, marking a new and more disruptive phase of climate change.  Link


Local Governments Have Embraced New Technology to Weather the Pandemic, Survey Finds

New technology, including virtual desktops, were widely adopted by state and local governments to allow employees to work remotely, a first for many municipalities.

New technology, including virtual desktops, were widely adopted by state and local governments to allow employees to work remotely, a first for many municipalities. Shutterstock

More than 95% of state and local leaders who responded to the poll said their agencies used software to maintain service levels as employees began working largely from home.

Since March, the coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on local governments, forcing furloughs, layoffs and projected revenue shortfalls in the coming fiscal year. But amid the difficulties, there are bright spots—including the widespread adoption of new technology, a trend that government officials say is likely to continue.

“We’re all working from home now, so you have to kind of blow up the process and start all over,”  Link


Global enforcement and crackdowns ahead, for anyone not toting the official narrative

Bad Cyber Actors Don’t Fear the Law. We Can Change That.


Better coordination among law enforcement agencies at home and abroad are key to the layered deterrence strategy we need.

A new approach would combine all instruments of power and U.S. partnerships at home and abroad to: shape behavior in cyberspace through strengthened norms, deny the benefits of malign behavior by improving national resilience, and impose costs for rule-breaking. Its success would require a whole-of-nation approach, connecting federal and local governments, the private sector, academia, civil society, and all of American society. And it would need plans tailored to specific threats; actions that would deter China might not work for Russia or a criminal group. Link


Germany’s far-right and the rise of the anti-corona protests

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Germany has been in uproar over the events that unfolded this Saturday, when 38,000 protesters gathered in Berlin and clashed with the police. The organizers of the gathering, entitled Umdenken (Rethinking), claimed they wanted to show their frustration at government measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Among the 38,000 were at least 3,000 far-right sympathizers and extremists, according to Berlin’s interior minister.  Link

Info Wars

COVID-19 Revealing the Impact of Disinformation on Society

Studying these examples, researchers are able to draw greater conclusions about the ways in which disinformation spreads through society. They argue that whether information even registers with people is mediated by their interest in it and trust in the source. Because of this, some disinformation may be better ignored, rather than amplifying its reach through additional media coverage.  Link

Food Supply

A Brief History of the Mason Jar

Around since 1858, the home canning classic is a sought after item for pandemic gardeners this summer

(Jupiterimages/Getty; National Museum of American HIstory; illustration by Shaylyn Esposito)

As the coronavirus pandemic stretched into spring, then summer, many Americans turned to home gardening. It’s a perfect pandemic hobby—soothing, tactile, a way to get outside when many public spaces are closed. Plus, for the large numbers of people facing unemployment or underemployment, growing food can feel like a bulwark against hunger. By March, when cities began implementing lockdown orders, Google searches for "growing vegetables from scraps" were up 4,650 percent from the previous year. By later in the spring, seed sellers were reporting soaring sales—the venerable W. Atlee Burpee & Co seed company saw its biggest sales season in its 144-year history.  Link


This parasitic plant turned up last year on my property.  As the years roll by I am seeing more evidence of God's judgment and the coming famine in my garden.  The environment has just plain changed.  Heads up, parasites of all kinds abound in lawless and wicked times.

Stealing information from host plants: How the parasitic dodder plant flowers

Dodder (Cuscuta australis) flowers together with the host cucumber. Credit: GUO Han

About 4,000 to 5,000 parasitic plant species exist. Among these, dodders (Cuscuta, Convolvulaceae) are distributed worldwide. Compared with normal autotrophic plants, they have a unique morphology—they are rootless and leafless and carry out no or very little photosynthesis.  Link


I insert this article not to promote astrologers but to bring note that there are cycles in the planets and that policy-makers are "calling upon the stars" to synergize the upcoming COVID vaccine.  A non New Age study of the planets and stars is called astronomy.

Astrologers Were the Quants of the Ancient World

<em>The Deluge</em>, the frontispiece to Gustave Doré's illustrated edition of the Bible, depicting the Great Flood.
The Deluge, the frontispiece to Gustave Doré’s illustrated edition of the Bible, depicting the Great Flood. Public domain

Theres the Great Flood, which he dated to 3361 B.C., naturally during a watery triplicity. After leaping past several cycles of great conjunctions, he arrived at 26 B.C., the time of a shift from a watery to a fiery triplicity. According to Mashaallah, this transfer heralded the birth of Christ and the advent of the Christian era. It also adds an interesting spin to John the Baptists prophecy that, although he baptized with water, the one who followed him would baptize with fire.  Link

Earth Changes

Preparing for the next Ice Age..

How changes in ancient soil microbes could predict the future of the Arctic

PhD student Alireza Saidi-Mehrabad collects soil samples from Arctic permafrost in the Yukon. Analysis of the samples showed that periods of rapid climate change can affect microbial communities in the soil, with unknown but potentially widespread consequences. Credit: University of Alberta

Microbial communities in Arctic permafrost changed drastically at the end of the last ice age—and the shift could happen again due to modern climate change, according to a new study by University of Alberta scientists.

The researchers compared the found in permafrost formed during the last ice age, at the end of the geological epoch known as the Pleistocene, with those at the beginning of the modern era, known as the Holocene.  Link


Please check out my new article:

Foundational Evidence for Mark of Beast of Prey, Etching and Imprinting the Mark of the Beast, Link

Full documentation and text available to my subscribers later this week. 


Nano particle time release drug delivery bombs...

A new platform for controlled delivery of key nanoscale drugs and more

These schematics and photographs illustrate a) a small capsule containing thousands of nano-sized droplets loaded with a drug or other active ingredient; and b) how the droplets burst from the capsule after a set amount of time. Credit: Liang-Hsun Chen

In work that could have a major impact on several industries—from pharmaceuticals to cosmetics and even food—MIT engineers have developed a novel platform for the controlled delivery of certain important drugs, nutrients, and other substances to human cells.

The researchers believe that their simple approach, which creates small capsules containing thousands of nanosized droplets loaded with a drug or other active ingredient, will be easy to transition from the lab to industry.  Link


Yes, these microrobts are crawling through your body right now but you are just learning about them...

A conceptual advance that gives microrobots legs

Tiny devices have been developed that can act as the legs of laser-controlled microrobots. The compatibility of these devices with microelectronics systems suggests a path to the mass manufacture of autonomous microrobots.

In 1959, Nobel laureate and nanotechnology visionary Richard Feynman suggested that it would be interesting to “swallow the surgeon” — that is, to make a tiny robot that could travel through blood vessels to carry out surgery where needed. This iconic imagining of the future underscored modern hopes for the field of micrometre-scale robotics: to deploy autonomous devices in environments that their macroscopic counterparts cannot reach. However, the construction of such robots presents several challenges, including the obvious difficulty of how to assemble a microscopic locomotive device. In a paper in Nature, Miskin et al.1 report electrochemically driven devices that propel laser-controlled microrobots through a liquid, and which could be easily integrated with microelectronics components to construct fully autonomous microrobots.  Link


As the depopulation machinations ramp up what are your burial or final resting spot plans?  As I just learned from my business partners son, plans do not always go as planned.

Radiocarbon dating and CT scans reveal Bronze Age tradition of keeping human remains

Burial of a woman from Windmill Fields, Stockton-upon-Tees accompanied by skulls and limb bones from at least 3 people. The 3 people represented by the skulls and long bones had died 60-170 years before the woman with whom they were buried. Credit: Tees Archaeology

Using radiocarbon dating and CT scanning to study ancient bones, researchers have uncovered for the first time a Bronze Age tradition of retaining and curating human remains as relics over several generations.  Link

Ancient Civilizations

Learn all you can about ancient sieges because this model will used against you in Wave 2.

Ancient Assyrian siege ramp discovered in Israel from 701 BC



If you drive north from Khartoum along a narrow desert road toward the ancient city of Meroe, a breathtaking view emerges from beyond the mirage: dozens of steep pyramids piercing the horizon. No matter how many times you may visit, there is an awed sense of discovery. In Meroe itself, once the capital of the Kingdom of Kush, the road divides the city. To the east is the royal cemetery, packed with close to 50 sandstone and red brick pyramids of varying heights; many have broken tops, the legacy of 19th-century European looters. To the west is the royal city, which includes the ruins of a palace, a temple and a royal bath. Each structure has distinctive architecture that draws on local, Egyptian and Greco-Roman decorative tastes—evidence of Meroe’s global connections.  Link

Medical and Health

New electronic skin can react to pain like human skin

A concept image of electronic skin that can sense touch, pain, and heat. Credit: Ella Maru Studio

Researchers have developed electronic artificial skin that reacts to pain just like real skin, opening the way to better prosthetics, smarter robotics and non-invasive alternatives to skin grafts.

The developed by a team at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, can electronically replicate the way human skin senses Link


Will a new regulatory agency be created to regulate genetic expression? 

New AI approach investigates multiple gene regulatory mechanisms

A schematic showing how to use machine learning and natural language processing investigate multiple gene regulatory mechanisms. Credit: CUHK

A research team from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has developed a new Gene Expression Embedding frameworK (GEEK), which uses artificial intelligence technologies in machine learning and natural language processing to study the regulation of gene expression. In contrast to previous works that focused on one or a few regulatory mechanisms at a time, this new framework can study the joint effects of many mechanisms.  simultaneously. A research article describing this new study has been published in the renowned international science journal Nature Machine IntelligenceLink

Last Word

What is in a name?  From the Book of Esther.

Decades ago, I purchased a book, Your Name is a Blessing. There was massive spiritual warfare associated with this purchase. First, the Post Office lost it, and then they shredded it, and then I had to wait for the next publisher printing. Whew! I eventually did get the book.

Esther has two different names much like Jacob and Israel, Hadassah and Esther. What nuggets can we glean from this?

There is much discussion about whether Hadassah or Esther was her real proper name. Both names are descriptive of her virtues and calling. Just as your name is descriptive of your virtue and calling. Hadassah comes from the Hebrew word for myrtle. Istahar (Esther) from the word~beautiful as the moon.

While the myrtle has a sweet aroma but tastes bitter so Hadassah was sweet to all of us and her uncle Mordachai but bitter to Haman.

The myrtle also looks like eyes. In scripture, many times, we are told to have eyes to see both the literal and spiritual meaning of biblical passages.

And where is this in the Book of Esther?

And I will surely hide My face on that day. Deuteronomy 31:18.

It speaks about the many evils that would befall Israel on that day when they forsook God symbolized by God forsaking His face. This hiding of God's face, or diverting His eyes, happened in Esther's day, and we are seeing it in our day as God is purged from every vestige of the earth.

We are beginning to see practical End Times strategies emerge. First, a person is given a secular name and also a spiritual name.

We see this in Revelation 2:17, where it says:


and I will give him a white stone, and a new name written on the stone which no one knows but he who receives it.

Are we coming to a time when God will give us a hidden name that only He knows to protect our spiritual identity?

Our secular name and identity has become quite the global commodity and actually imperils our walk of faith. This threat to our Spirit will be addressed by the hidden new name that you either have or will receive.

We are entering a time when your physical and spiritual life may depend on your name being hidden.

~Have a blessed day!



Celeste has worked as a contractor for Homeland Security and FEMA. Her training and activations include the infamous day of 911, flood and earthquake operations, mass casualty exercises, and numerous other operations. Celeste is FEMA certified and has completed the Professional Development Emergency Management Series. 

  • Train-the-Trainer 
  • Incident Command 
  • Integrated EM: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Mitigation 
  • Emergency Plan Design including all Emergency Support Functions 
  • Principles of Emergency Management 
  • Developing Volunteer Resources 
  • Emergency Planning and Development 
  • Leadership and Influence, Decision Making in Crisis 
  • Exercise Design and Evaluation 
  • Public Assistance Applications 
  • Emergency Operations Interface 
  • Public Information Officer 
  • Flood Fight Operations 
  • Domestic Preparedness for Weapons of Mass Destruction 
  • Incident Command (ICS-NIMS) 
  • Multi-Hazards for Schools 
  • Rapid Evaluation of Structures-Earthquakes 
  • Weather Spotter for National Weather Service 
  • Logistics, Operations, Communications 
  • Community Emergency Response Team Leader 
  • Behavior Recognition 

Celeste grew up in military & governmental home with her father working for the Naval Warfare Center, and later as Assistant Director for Public Lands and Natural Resources, in both Washington State and California. 

Celeste also has training and expertise in small agricultural lobbying, Integrative/Functional Medicine, asymmetrical and symmetrical warfare, and Organic Farming.

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Celeste has worked as a contractor for Homeland Security and FEMA. Her training and activations include the infamous day of 911, flood and earthquake operations, mass casualty exercises, and numerous other operations. Celeste is FEMA certified and has completed the Professional Development Emergency Management Series.

  • Train-the-Trainer
  • Incident Command
  • Integrated EM: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Mitigation
  • Emergency Plan Design including all Emergency Support Functions
  • Principles of Emergency Management
  • Developing Volunteer Resources
  • Emergency Planning and Development
  • Leadership and Influence, Decision Making in Crisis
  • Exercise Design and Evaluation
  • Public Assistance Applications
  • Emergency Operations Interface
  • Public Information Officer
  • Flood Fight Operations
  • Domestic Preparedness for Weapons of Mass Destruction
  • Incident Command (ICS-NIMS)
  • Multi-Hazards for Schools
  • Rapid Evaluation of Structures-Earthquakes
  • Weather Spotter for National Weather Service
  • Logistics, Operations, Communications
  • Community Emergency Response Team Leader
  • Behavior Recognition

Celeste grew up in military & governmental home with her father working for the Naval Warfare Center, and later as Assistant Director for Public Lands and Natural Resources, in both Washington State and California.

Celeste also has training and expertise in small agricultural lobbying, Integrative/Functional Medicine, asymmetrical and symmetrical warfare, and Organic Farming.

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