Good afternoon from a very warm and muggy Surrey.
Almost a year ago, I posted a blog entitled ‘Thoughts: Interdimensional Overdrive’, predominantly covering the theme of geomagnetic reversal and its potential effects on our beautiful Planet.
Quoting from the 27 July 2013 posting: “Geomagnetic North and South Poles are wandering and will continue their meanderings until they finally decide upon a permanent move. My Sister has compared the speed of the switch as ‘comparable to the snapping of an elastic band‘. There will be no land-consuming mega-tsunami, no folding of mountains, etc. To quote my Sister, ‘there will be an abundance of auroras all over the World while the Poles are deciding where they are finally going to settle‘. That’s not to say that there won’t be effects on everyday life – there certainly would be. She has suggested a possible connection between increased volcanic/tectonic activity and magnetic instability. It stands to reason that our Planet would need to release the pressures incurred during particularly stressful transitional periods in its cycle – necessary for our Planet’s wellbeing… humans may not share that particular viewpoint.”
I have been meticulously studying the notes of my many conversations with my Sister. Interestingly, I came across the notes of one of our January 2011 conversations, during which my Sister revealed:-
- Geomagnetic flips occur more frequently than is believed;
- The reason the magnetosphere is weakening (i.e. the Planet’s preparation for its geomagnetic flip);
- Magnetic changes being ‘behind’ the increased animal deaths, human behavioural changes, increased volcanic/tectonic action and climate extremes/changes;
- The suddenness of the changes and the fact that the reversal was fairly imminent in our timescale.
On July 8th 2014, The European Space Agency (*1) announced that the changes measured by the SWARM satellite indicated that our Planet’s magnetic shield is weakening at an increasingly accelerated rate. The weakest areas have emerged over the Western Hemisphere whilst there has been strengthening of the field over regions of Asia and the Southern Indian Ocean. Indeed, the SWARM Mission Team appear to have concluded that the likely reason for the acceleration is our shield is readying itself for a flip/reversal. The Team has assured that there ‘is no evidence that a weakened magnetic field would result in a doomsday for Earth’.
As mentioned above, my Sister had offered reassurance that the geomagnetic reversal cycle would not be as dramatically cataclysmic as the scenarios presented in countless disaster movies. She maintained that whilst there would be effects on our everyday lives, they would be mainly inconsequential. However, there are concerns from certain quarters of the Scientific Community that the effects could be potentially far-reaching in their consequences.
These concerns were presented in two separate videos by the incredible Ben Davidson (a.k.a., Suspicious 0bservers). The first video, ‘Super-Flood‘ was released prior to the ESA SWARM announcement and covers the possible consequences of the weakening magnetic field. There is an exploration of the possible links to the many ancient multi-cultural flood legends and the likelihood that the Sun is entering a quiet period of its cycle (the Maunder Minimum). Ben also provides links to peer-reviewed research that suggests a possible link between Mass Extinction Event hypoxia and weakened global magnetic fields:-
Ben’s second video, ‘Magnetic Field in Trouble‘ was released upon the publication of the ESA SWARM Team’s findings. Consequences are further explored in this brief video, which I also share below:-
My own conclusions and my own opinions? Mankind has almost certainly observed and experienced geomagnetic reversals during its long history of life on this amazing planet. Whilst scientists, geologists and many gifted researchers have gathered evidence aplenty of the geological effects of previous geomagnetic reversals, we have not yet experienced the actual phenomenon during the history of this particular civilisation. Every single piece of evidence uncovered goes towards slotting further pieces into the veritable jigsaw puzzle that is the true fullness of life on Earth. The old adage ‘hope for the best, prepare for the worst’ might be the approach of many.
The process of geomagnetic reversal is undoubtedly underway. Rather than fearing potential cataclysm, let’s embrace the opportunities to study the phenomenon, to detail its effects for future posterity. A great mystery to be solved, beautiful sights in the skies as colourful auroras blaze in their fullest glory. Hope for the best, prepare for the worst by all means… but never, ever fear the cycle of change.
(*1): ‘Earth’s Magnetic Field is Weakening 10 Times Faster Now‘: LiveScience.com, 8 July 2014 (Kelly Dickerson).