Saturday, February 23, 2019

New Study Suggests Megaliths like Stonehenge date back to 4,000 BC and Built by the same group of people

A new study suggests that Europe’s ancient megaliths, including Stonehenge, might have stemmed from a single hunter-gatherer culture in what’s now northwestern France.

Stonehenge mystery solved?

Video Scientists discover the origin of Stonehenge rocks

The Study
Radiocarbon dates and Bayesian modeling support maritime diffusion model for megaliths in Europe

For thousands of years, prehistoric societies built monumental grave architecture and erected standing stones in the coastal regions of Europe (4500–2500 calibrated years BC). Our understanding of the rise of these megalithic societies is contentious and patchy; the origin for the emergence of megalithic architecture in various regions has been controversial and debated for over 100 y. The result presented here, based on analyses of 2,410 radiocarbon dates and highly precise chronologies for megalithic sites and related contexts, suggests maritime mobility and intercultural exchange. We argue for the transfer of the megalithic concept over sea routes emanating from northwest France, and for advanced maritime technology and seafaring in the megalithic Age.

Monday, February 18, 2019

Pole Shift Update

Since the end of last year I have been writing about the upcoming pole shift. I read an article where the author said it will be no big deal Gwynne Dyer: Magnetic reversal: Don't panic. But towards the end of the article said,

The scary bit is the transition, which can take as long as a 1000 years or as little as one lifetime, because during that transition the strength of the planet's magnetic field falls to around 5 per cent of normal. If the ozone hole worried you a bit, this should frighten you to death — and the strength of the magnetic field is already falling.


Ask an Energy Healer what they think will happen to you if you try operating/living with only 5% of the Life Force to sustain you?

The weakening geomagnetic field has created an increase in the Schumann Resonance, what many people call Mother Earth's heartbeat.  Some such as the HeartMath people are bubbling over thinking the rising Schumann Resonance is a sign of rising human consciousness.

Really? Is Donald Trump another sign of our rising collective consciousness.

I think not.

The rising Schumann Resonance is a function of increasing Lightning strikes; a valiant effort by our Mother to heal herself and try and save humankind. Again ask an Energy Healer if lighting strike like activity in your Energy Body is a good thing?

Note: The energy flow of Lightning Strikes is organized and orchestrated within the larger earth grid. Further proof their rise is a bad omen. In other words, an effort by our Mother to pick up the slack of a weakening geomagnetic field.

Then there is the possibility of a physical pole shift a calamity that froze the dinosaurs. Then there...

Chances are good that this pole shift is not going to be good for life on Earth. No doubt 5G is going to royally muck up everything.

My best advice is to develop a strong bond with Mother Earth. That starts by getting rid of your cell phone. You also need to seriously increase the size of your aura, your spiritual lungs, to better be able to sustain yourself during the transition. The size of your aura is also a function of your relationship with our Mother,

Above: Supercomputer models of Earth's magnetic field. On the left is a normal dipolar magnetic field, typical of the long years between polarity reversals. On the right is the sort of complicated magnetic field Earth has during the upheaval of a reversal. [More] 

Monday, February 11, 2019

New Report--40% of insect species undergoing decline, could be extinct in 100 years, Pests flourishing

Worldwide decline of the entomofauna: A review of its drivers

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

World Magnetic Model Out-of-Cycle Release--The coming Pole Shift

World Magnetic Model Out-of-Cycle Release

Earth’s northern magnetic pole is moving quickly away from the Canadian Arctic toward Siberia. This movement has forced NCEI’s scientists to update the World Magnetic Model (WMM) mid-cycle.

This map shows the location of the north magnetic pole (white star) and the magnetic declination (contour interval 2 degrees) at the beginning of 2019. Courtesy of NOAA NCEI/CIRES.

National Geographic

Magnetic north just changed. Here's what that means.

The foundation of many navigation systems, the World Magnetic Model finally got a much-needed update with the end of the U.S. government shutdown.


Friday, February 1, 2019

One of my great joys in the winter is to spend some time in reflection or meditation in the woods on an evening with a gentle snowfall. Even a contemplative walk will do the trick. It is so quiet, so serene.

You know at twilight. When the warmth of the day still hangs in the air and has yet to be chased away.

There is a magic to this setting. Robert Frost recognized this and wrote about it in his poem ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”. He understood how unusual it must been to stop in the middle of nowhere on a snowy evening and asks,
My little horse must think it queer   
He gives his harness bells a shake   
To ask if there is some mistake.   
The only other sound’s the sweep   
Of easy wind and downy flake.   

It is so peaceful in the woods in the winter time. The snow on the ground muffles any sound. And the gently falling snow creates a veil that blocks out other intruders.

The quiet is deafening. It is this silence like the falling snow that smothers all my competing thoughts and concerns. I can just be and take in the experience of the beauty and wonder of the woods.

Or if I want I can reflect and see clearer because I am shrouded by the quiet of the woods.

Is there anything more peaceful, a scene quieter?

I think not. But then again I grew up in the Finger Lakes and love the snow. I spent a year in Florida a long time ago and hated it.

Frost concludes his poem,
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,   
But I have promises to keep,   
And miles to go before I sleep,   
And miles to go before I sleep.

I mention the ending because to me Frost is unable to break free. I don’t think that he was contemplating suicide; or it was a larger metaphor in his life, that perhaps he was considering a major change at the time.

No, I think that Frost could not stop for too long, too smell the flowers, in this case to watch the snow fall. You would think that he wrote the poem in 2019 not 1922 and was caught up with social media, friends and a vibrant social calendar.

No he just could not spend too much time in the woods that evening; no way would he have stopped for a long time and been behind schedule.

But you can. Get yourself a cushion to sit on; I have a sportsman’s cushion. I also take with me a small blanket that is plastic on one side and cloth on the other that I can place my cushion on, so that when I sit down on it my pant legs are off of the snow.

Determine the place you want to go. Look for an evening that is not going to be too cold. Most importantly choose one without wind. Snow should not a problem. And layer up.

Enjoy the quiet. Plus no bugs.

One more thing. When I talk about Frost not willing to break free and spend more time in the woods on a snowy evening understand that I left behind global management over two decades ago and never looked back.