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Nov 16, 2013

The moment when “all parhelic phenomena” were simultaneously seen was photographed in Finland where the polar night occurred


The moment when “all parhelic phenomena” were simultaneously seen
was photographed in Finland where the polar night occurred
- Manifested by Sumiwataru-takakihoshino-himemiko-sama -

We have got a comment from Mr. Takeshita concerning the next information.

These phenomena seen in these pictures are all manifested by Sumiwataru-takakihoshino-himemiko-sama. The first photo was taken before her return home to Earth and the second one after it: since Monad (blue pearl) of the first photo is in the Plant System and the second of it in the Sirius System, you sense higher vibration in the second photo. Both of them are manifested by the same himemiko-sama.
Change in the location of Monad between the two photos directly shows that she returned to Earth on November 1.

Masatoshi Takeshita
November 8, 2013 at 17:04

Information from our reader, Prema-sama (on the first article)

It is October 31, 2013 that the above three photos were posted on a website called Reddit. Although I examined the date when they were taken, it remained unknown.
A photo (in XINHUANET.com) is the parhelion seen in Inner Mongolia (on November 1). I learned it through Twitter.

Comment by Prema-sama

English translation of a Japanese article: DDN – November 2, 2013 –

[Too Extraordinary] The moment when “all parhelic phenomena” were simultaneously seen photographed in Finland where the polar night occurred






A Reddit user who lives in Finland where the polar night occurs – the sun sets even in the daytime – was called by his father and went out. He saw incredible phenomena in the sky.

The moment when “all parhelic phenomena” were seen simultaneously was photographed in these pictures.

These phenomena occur when ice crystals forming clouds act as prisms.

* “22 degree parphelion” – halo 22 degrees away from the sun
* Ordinary “parhelion” – brightly shining at left and right
* “Parhelic circle” – circle crossing the whole sky
* “120 degree parhelion” – bright spot seen in the second photo
* “Circumhorizontal arc” – upside-down rainbow seen in the last photo

And extremely rare phenomena appear:

* “Supralateral arc” – arc formed in proximity to the circumhorizontal arc” seen in the last photo
* “46 degree parhelion” – red spot at right in the first photo and at left in the second photo, respectively

They are incredibly beautiful.

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An excerpt from XIHNUANET.com – November 2, 2013 –



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