Solar activity in 2011 and 2012
The Sun is going through some changes. Solar activity is at its strongest point in 8,000 years. I’ll avoid the theories of why this is happening and direct you to some fun resources for keeping an eye on solar activity, which is supposed to be very active from now through the next few years.
Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) or Solar Flares have been picking up in the last few months. This affects our magnetosphere, our planet, and our bodies.
Magnestopshere: Our magnetic field does a good job of protecting us from flares. But the sun’s most active areas have not been pointed directly at us in the past. These intense areas will be facing us over the next few years. When the magnetosphere gets a hit, the intensity can range from mild (C class) to medium (M class) to intense (X class). It takes 72-76 hours for the effects of a solar flare to reach us.
- C class rays affect the human body by making us emotional and short-tempered.
- M class rays may be able to knock out electronic access and take down grid systems for periods of time. Minor radiation storms. Health effects may include cardiovascular and nervous system issues. It depends on how fit you are, emotionally and physically.
- X class rays are the most intense, where natural disasters and radiation storms are triggered. Health effects include cardiovascular and nervous system problems, as well as radiation side effects. Utilities, internet, electronics, distribution of goods and services would most likely be hindered or nonexistent for periods of time.
- Note: the magnetosphere is supposed to be at its lowest level (least protection for us) from now through 2012. See the links section for Sun and Magnetosphere live data links.
Pole shift: I don’t think this is going to happen. Some say we are overdue, some say the evolution of consciousness on the planet has stopped this event from occurring. This is a doomsday scenario and I don’t subscribe to it. There is plenty of speculation on the internet about pole shifts if you want to investigate.
Interplanetary climate change
David Wilcock has a great presentation on YouTube which overviews the current changes in our solar system. These bullet points are a few of his observations regarding the solar system in the last 20 years.
- Mercury has grown a magnetic field
- Venus has had a 200+% increase in active oxygen
- Mars has clouds for the first (documented) time and its polar ice caps are melting.
- Jupiter’s “spots” have merged, disappeared and emerged again, and massive thunderstorms are happening there.
- Saturn’s plasma torus is 1000% denser (an energy charge from the Sun), plus massive X-rays are being emitted from its lower half.
- Uranus is having storms as well.
- Neptune is brightening to near-infrared level.
- Pluto has a 300% increase in atmospheric pressure, despite moving away from the Sun.
- Earth in the past 100 years: Sea level increase, volcanic activity, more tornadoes, temperature, natural disasters, ocean floor warming (in the past 15 years).
Global Warming is a natural phenomenon. From a higher perscpective, it is the collapse of the astral planes. According to the observations above, it’s occurring in our entire solar system making planets brighter, hotter and more magnetic. This also means higher frequencies, which is something I’ll discuss in Area Four this week.
A side note on Global Warming being a natural event: this does not mean you should abandon your conservation efforts. CO2 Emissions are still a problem for our air quality and draining of our natural resources. Environmentalism is still very important. We must learn to care for our planet and eliminate all the useless items and activities that choke her air, water, and soil. The problem with Global Warming is that it is being used by the NOW team as a tactic to set up international carbon point exchanges and standards that will push impoverished nations into further slavery. Investigate it if you like, neutralize the emotion, and get on with creating the new earth.
December 21, 2012
Here are a few items that coordinate with the big date and the year 2012 you have been hearing about.
- Mayan calendar end date OCTOBER 28, 2011 according to Carl Calleman, or December 21, 2012 if you follow the Gregorian version of linear time.
- Precession of the Equinox: End of a zodiac-affiliated age of 26,000 years – the time it takes the earth to make a complete cycle through the zodiac and shift to a new age where the sun rises in a new constellation (Aquarius).
- Alignment of our Earth plane and the galactic plane: this is what people are talking about when they say “the planets will align.” Our solar system plane (the ecliptic), and the galactic plane (center of our galaxy) cross in 2012. The sun will appear to be in the center of the dark rift of the Milky Way at the middle of the galaxy on the winter solstice (December 21, 2012.) This is a once in 26,000 year cycle.
- 62 Million year cycle of biodiversity: “Jump time” or gaps in the fossil records where rapid evolution happened in a very short period of time occurs in the few years surrounding 2012.
- Giza Pyramid research possibility: The 2012 date on its uppermost gateway (literally a symbol on the threshold).
- 3600 year orbit of the infamous Planet Nibiru (aka Planet X) crossing our corner of the solar system. I have heard way too much about Nibiru. Yes, it is true that NASA doesn’t tell us much, but I doubt that Nibiru will “crash into us.” However, the presence of a large planetary body near the Earth would cause some chaos.
The Sun Now: NASA observatory
Space Weather .com updates on everything spacey
Real Time Magnestosphere Simulator See when the magnetosphere is getting a pinch (calm is blue)
GCI live data tracks Schumann Resonance, Solar flares, solar wind and magnetosphere activity
David Wilcock’s 2012 Event Horizon
Interesting video of Graham Hancock discussing ancient ruins and the coordination with 2012.
Next up in this series: Area Three: Galactic drama and extraterrestrials