In Pictures: New Year 2019 celebrations around the world   BBC - January 1, 2019

2018's Biggest Stories,month-by-month   CBS - December 30, 2018

2018 New....What Happened Next?   BBC - December 30, 2018

Venezuela: The country that has lost three million people   BBC - December 30, 2018

2018 in review: News by the numbers   NBC - December 26, 2018

The Real Fake News: Top Scientific Retractions of 2018   Live Science - December 29, 2018

5 heartwarming moments in politics, even in 2018   CNN - December 25, 2018

The 10 Best Books of 2018   New York Times - December 25, 2018

Media year in review: All the big changes from 2018   CNN - December 25, 2018

The most satisfying movies and TV of 2018   CNN - December 26, 2018

From 'Sharp Objects' to 'Mary Queen of Scots' to 'Roma,' movies and TV in 2018 examined what female power really looks like   Think - December 27, 2018

Yanny, Gritty and a massive cow: The year of 2018 in fun/weird internet   NBC - December 30, 2018

From Meghan Markle To Lady Gaga: 2018's Best Dressed Celebs!   NBC - December 30, 2018

CNN's most popular stories and videos of 2018   CNN - December 25, 2018

2018 wasn't ALL bad. Here are all the good things that happened in the world   CNN - December 25, 2018

Top Spots: 2018 year in review part one   NBC - December 25, 2018

Photos: Memorable Moments of 2018   NBC - December 25, 2018

Meet the Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2018   CNN - December 25, 2018

Best Science Photos of 2018   Live Science - December 30, 2018

18 Times Quantum Particles Blew Our Minds in 2018   Live Science - December 28, 2018

14 Most Bizarre Scientific Discoveries of 2018   Live Science - December 26, 2018

Ten big science stories of 2018   BBC - December 26, 2018

Best of Last Year - The top articles of 2018   PhysOrg - December 25, 2018

10 Times Science Proved the World is Amazing in 2018   Live Science - December 25, 2018

From Musk to Moonves, 2018 was another year of business behaving badly   NBC - December 31, 2018

Facebook's 2018 timeline: Scandals, hearings and security bugs   NBC - December 30, 2018

2018: BBC Tech's biggest stories and what happened next   BBC - December 30, 2018

Best of Last Year - The top Tech Xplore articles of 2018   Tech Explore - December 25, 2018

Bon Voyage: The tech we lost in 2018   Mach - December 30, 2018

The Most Watched Space Videos of 2018! - December 30, 2018

Space Oddity: 10 Bizarre Things Earthlings Launched into Space in 2018 - December 29, 2018

From a selfie on Mars to swirling 'oil painting' clouds on Jupiter: Stunning pictures document humanity's exploration of space in 2018   Daily Mail - December 27, 2018

How the Oumuamua mystery shook up the search for space aliens   Mach - December 25, 2018

The year in pot: States embrace legalization, but questions persist   NBC - December 31, 2018

10 Strangest Medical Cases of 2018   Live Science - December 28, 2018

Romaine to Honey Smacks Cereal: Why Were There So Many Foodborne Outbreaks in 2018?   Live Science - December 26, 2018

Best of Last Year - The top Medical Xpress articles of 2018   Medical Express - December 25, 2018

10 Amazing Things We Learned About Humans in 2018   Live Science - December 25, 2018

10 Things We Learned About the Brain in 2018   Live Science - December 25, 2018

Ghost Particles and Singing Ice: 11 Wild Antarctic Stories from 2018   Live Science - December 31, 2018

Climate change: Huge costs of warming impacts in 2018   BBC - December 29, 2018

9 Times Nature Was Totally Metal in 2018   Live Science - December 28, 2018

10 Strange Findings About Our Planet in 2018   Live Science - December 26, 2018

10 Ways Earth Changed Forever in 2018   Live Science - December 25, 2018

Climate Change and Natural Disasters 2018

Rounding out the year on climate change ... some believe it can be reversed.
Others believe it is too late. And then there are those who understand
the hologram and realize these are our end-time triggers (warnings).

Climate in the News 2018

Earthquakes in the News 2018

Tsunamis in the News 2018

Volcanoes in the News 2018

The 10 Biggest Archaeology Stories of 2018   Live Science - December 27, 2018

10 Fascinating Biblical-Era Discoveries from 2018   Live Science - December 25, 2018

10 Things We Learned About the First Americans in 2018   Live Science - December 25, 2018

C2C's Best Bigfoot Stories of 2018   Coast to Coast - December 27, 2018

C2C's Top UFO Stories of 2018   Coast to Coast - December 27, 2018

UFOlogy 2018

When you look at the bigger picture of UFOlogy ... not much has happened this year or in recent years. You may feel connected with aliens, had a sighting or two, but at the end of the day nothing has moved forward that allows for better understanding which is why we are here in 3D - to learn. Sorry but I see nothing that stands out in 2018 other than allowing people who believe there is a greater force that created the illusion and propels consciousness towards its final destiny. In the meantime people search and research ...

This is not one of those reflective soul-searching blogs where I tell you to look back at your life, what you've learned, what you want, who let you down, etc. We are moving closer to closure and however you fill in the spaces in 2019 is hopefully meaningful. Many believe we will have a recession (No), Trump will be impeached (No), Earth changes will stop (definitely No), and whatever people think about as we segue from one year to the next. 2019 is going to be wild ride.

Many of the news services and magazine shows are featuring "In Memoriam" tributes to people who passed this year. As with any year there are emotional and physical advancements and setbacks. I hope this year has been kind to you and that you move forward in a space more realistic than when it started.

All in with Ellie

The biggest diversion in the 2019 grids remains President Trump and his whiplash affect on politics, the economy, social and other institutions that has played out following age-old patterns he continues to disrupt to keep us interested. I suppose he was the perfect person to keep our attention diverted from what's going on behind the scenes where reality was programmed for chaos since the beginning and in our timeline set in place by the "Founding Fathers" whatever that term means to you.

So off we go processing how to navigate our lives at the end ... of 2018. If you're programmed to decipher the dynamics behind all of this, including conspiracy theories, you will put a lot of energy in only to discover things are changing too quickly and you have created stress in your life ... but on the other hand perhaps you cannot function without it.

Everyone I know realizes there's not much you can do to change anything. Even the midterm elections were designated events to bring the Democrats back and make the game more interesting in 2019 and beyond, if there is a beyond. The current market fluctuations and natural disasters are reinforcing how erratic the grids are.

Sit back and let life happen planning for the best and worst of reality. Let others do the heavy lifting mentally and physically. Observe yourself and your behavior as what works and what has to be deleted.

It's "all in" the Grids ... along with the "element" of surprise that comes out of the "blue". Tick tock ...

Brian Greene explaining the hologram in a video

Blue Light Illuminates Night Over New York City

Stunning pictures: Explosion lights up New York Sky in Blue Light

Around 9:12 p.m.Thursday night the sky over New York City turned several shades of bright fluorescent blue. There was smoke and a loud hum. The city responded with confusion, fear and lots of humor on social media wondering if aliens had invaded. No such luck. I guess that means we expect aliens and end time events now. The culprit turned out to be an explosion at a Con Edison plant in Queens. Miraculously, there were no injuries, except perhaps to the feelings of those who truly wanted to meet some aliens. What people were seeing was an electric arc flash. The electrical arc of that magnitude is similar to a thunder and lightning event. The sound people heard was the arc striking the ground. The authorities have not mentioned any possible contamination from the blast. Power was shut down at La Guardia Airport, near the plant, for about 45 minutes and flights were grounded. Welcome to New York.

Blue: Science and Mythology

The color of electricity as we live in an electromagnetic bipolar reality

Blue Aliens Created Human Blue Bloods (Bloodlines) to Activate Now

Native American Return of the Blue Star Kachinas

Blue Ascended Masters - St. Germain

Blue now highlights in the grids.

Most people's favorite color

Greater attraction to blue

Emotional songs

When Chevel Shepard sang "Blue" I knew she was destined to win.