What Are The Paranormal Effects Of A Betelgeuse Supernova?
The giant red star known as Betelgeuse is approximately 642 light years from Earth. The star is so huge that it would extend out to Jupiter if it replaced our own Sun! Betelgeuse is the second brightest star in the Orion Constellation and number nine when it comes to brilliance in our own night skies. It is set to violently explode in a Supernova event sometime within the next 100,000 years. However, top psychics predict it will meet its maker in the next 1000 years! Astronomers have no way of knowing that it hasn’t already done so because we’re currently seeing the star as it was 642 years ago due to its light taking that long to reach us. That being said we’ve been told by extraterrestrial insiders that various visiting aliens claim it hasn’t exploded yet.
Six hundred and forty-two years after the superstar goes Supernova it will light up the night skies with a stupendous shimmer rivaling the Full Moon. So the phase of the New Moon there will always be a light at night for as long as one year before the glorious glimmer fades into nothingness. It will either become a Neutron Star or a Black Hole not visible by the naked human eye. Naturally, the brightness of the Supernova will make it more difficult for sky watchers to view other stars during that time. Betelgeuse will be remarkably visible during the day acting as a much dimmer son of the Sun. Thankfully the distance and size of the supernova will not be substantial enough to send forth damaging gamma rays. Such ravaging rays could damage our upper atmosphere and the ozone layer. In addition, the gamma radiation could produce a multitude of monstrous Hulks in those with the right DNA.
Blessed Holy Supernova Light Protects Us From Paranormal Darkness!
Virtually all stars produce Holy Light as they are the source of light for our physical Universe. This light was also said to be blessed by several Gods including the Omniverse God himself. The simple fact that most Stars are inhabited by Sun Gods and Goddesses makes them holy and therefore a repellent against the forces of darkness. Unfortunately, the stars in our night skies aren’t bright enough to have an effect on evil entities. Thankfully the blessed supernova will confine Vampires indoors for up to a year. That is unless they take extraordinary countermeasures to prevent bursting into unholy flames when exposed to the holy light of Betelgeuse! Werewolves can resist sunlight for a time but it does cause them great pain. So they would be yelping loudly as they run for shelter. In the case of younger Werewolves, their transformations might cease until the holy light no longer shines in the skies. Unlike the metaphysical energies of the Moon that has its hold on Werewolves, it is the pure light of the sun that possesses holy power. So cloud cover would make a difference thereby allowing vampires, werewolves, and other demonic entities to venture forth cautiously.
Zombies can go staggering into sunlight since they lack the demonic DNA that makes one vulnerable to holy light. However the walking dead don’t like bright light shining in their weak decaying eyes so they may hide off in the wooded shadows on clear nights. During the Witching Hour to the Devil’s Hour we may see far less haunted activity in the realm of ghosts, poltergeists, dark spirits, and demons as the blessed Betelgeuse light cleanses the general nocturnal environment of evil. When the sainted Supernova reaches us it is prophesied to be the Year Of Holy Light. A time of extreme peace and luck for humankind. Leprechauns, Unicorns, Fairies, Nymphs, various nature deities, and a plethora of other righteous paranormal beings will flourish across the Earth taking back the night from all that nefariously lurks about! In unison those practing rightous light magic will find their powers greatly increased! Those born in that year will have special immunity to supernatural entities of evil! There may also be a major increase in those displaying psychokinetic powers as humanity continues its evolution to Godhood!
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