Friday, January 11, 2019

Update--Earth's Magnetic Field Shift--Followup

A few weeks back I posted a link to an article that the Earth's geomagnetic field is shifting rapidly. Today's Daily Mail had a lengthy article on its erratic movement. Below is a link along with some charts.

This is not a good thing and along with the rising Schumann Resonance are very ominous signs that trouble is ahead-- in a few years or in a few decades? Devastation to the electric grid and high exposure to solar energy are only a few of the problems the world will face if the poles flip as they have done in the past.

Human activity--violence, war, pollution and technology--particularly technology that is microwaving our Mother to death is behind this. 5G will probably accelerate us closer to a flip.

Climate Change is a symptom of a larger problem--a possible life extinguishing pole shift. Cayce and others have talked about this.

Ask a polarity therapist what they think would happen to you if your meridians went wacky and flipped?

Scientists warn Earth's magnetic North Pole has begun moving 'erratically' at speeds so fast they are having to issue an emergency update to maps used by electronic navigation systems

  • Magnetic North Pole is 'skittering' away from Canada, towards Siberia 
  • Researchers say it is moving at an 'unusually high speed of about 50 km per year'
  • Say Canada is essentially losing a magnetic tug-of-war with Siberia
  • Researchers around the world are scrambling to update global models relied on by GPS navigation systems
Scientists in recent years have predicted that Earth's magnetic field could be gearing up to 'flip' – a shift in which the magnetic south pole would become magnetic north, and vice versa.
Such an event could have catastrophic effects, wreaking havoc on the electric grid and leaving life at the surface exposed to higher amounts of solar radiation.
Researchers say the magnetic North Pole is 'skittering' away from Canada, towards Siberia, far more quickly that they expected it to.


The Earth’s magnetic field is in a permanent state of change. 
Magnetic north drifts around and every few hundred thousand years the polarity flips so a compass would point south instead of north. 
The strength of the magnetic field also constantly changes and currently it is showing signs of significant weakening. 
Life has existed on the Earth for billions of years, during which there have been many reversals. 
There is no obvious correlation between animal extinctions and those reversals. Likewise, reversal patterns do not have any correlation with human development and evolution. 
It appears that some animals, such as whales and some birds use Earth's magnetic field for migration and direction finding. 
Since geomagnetic reversal takes a number of thousands of years, they could well adapt to the changing magnetic environment or develop different methods of navigation.
Radiation at ground level would increase, however, with some estimates suggesting that overall exposure to cosmic radiation would double causing more deaths from cancer. ‘But only slightly,’ said Professor Richard Holme. 
‘And much less than lying on the beach in Florida for a day. So if it happened, the protection method would probably be to wear a big floppy hat.’
The movement of the Earth's magnetic poles are shown in this animation at 10-year intervals from 1970 to 2020. The red and blue lines sjpw the difference between magnetic north and true north depending on where you are standing. On the green line, a compass would point to true north. Credit: NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information
Electric grid collapse from severe solar storms is a major risk. As the magnetic field continues to weaken, scientists are highlighting the importance off-the grid energy systems using renewable energy sources to protect the Earth against a black out. 
'The very highly charged particles can have a deleterious effect on the satellites and astronauts,' added Dr Mona Kessel, a Magnetosphere discipline scientist at Nasa. 
In one area, there is evidence that a flip is already occurring. ‘The increasing strength of the South Atlantic anomaly, an area of weak field over Brazil, is already a problem,’ said Professor Richard Holme.  
The Earth's climate could also change. A recent Danish study has found that the earth's weather has been significantly affected by the planet's magnetic field.
They claimed that fluctuations in the number of cosmic rays hitting the atmosphere directly alter the amount of cloud covering the planet.
Henrik Svensmark, a weather scientist at the Danish National Space Centre who led the team behind the research, believes that the planet is experiencing a natural period of low cloud cover due to fewer cosmic rays entering the atmosphere.

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