Enhanced/Successful El Nino

July 1, 2015
By Dennis Klocek 1 min read

The sequence of an enhanced El Nino In January, February and March warmth builds up in the western Pacific.

In April cool emerges in nino 5 and the warmth flows into nino 4.

In May cold water spreads eastward from nino 5 into western nino 4 as warm water approaches the western border of nino 3.4.

In June the cold water continues eastward into nino 4 and warm water settles into western nino 3.4.

In July cold water spreads into nino 4 bringing drought to N. Australia. Warm water spreads from the dateline towards Hawaii in a little understood sequence.

By August the eastward flowing warmth has spread through nino3.4 and is flowing eastward from Hawaii into nino 3. Nino 4 continues to cool off.

From September to November the eastward flow increases in warmth and volume flowing through nino3 into western nino 1+2. The cold water settles into place in nino4.

In December the cold pool maintains itself in the western Pacific as the warmth flows into nino 1+2 filling the eastern Pacific with unusually warm water. This pattern is then a strong el nino. The flowing of warmth from west to east in a yearly rhythm is known to climatologists as the canonical el nino. It is the canon or mean pattern for the phenomena supporting the climatology of el nino.

The whole phenomenon.

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Dennis Klocek, MFA, is co-founder of the Coros Institute, an internationally renowned lecturer, and teacher. He is the author of nine books, including the newly released Colors of the Soul; Esoteric Physiology and also Sacred Agriculture: The Alchemy of Biodynamics. He regularly shares his alchemical, spiritual, and scientific insights at dennisklocek.com.

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