Since 1850, the Earth’s magnetic field has been weakening. At the turn of the millennium, it began to decline exponentially, by more than 10% in a decade – this decline is extreme and alarming.
The Earth’s magnetic field protects us from cosmic radiation. Our shields have been discharged and this is very bad news for all life on our planet and this may even lead to another mass extinction.
“”When the magnetic field weakens, the poles change,” says David Mauriello of ORP and MRN. Over the past 100 years, both the north and south poles have been rapidly approaching the equator and their rate of mixing increases, Mauriello warns.
The S Pole is now behind the Antarctic continent and is heading straight for Indonesia, and the N Pole is moving across the Arctic Circle towards Siberia, it too is heading for Indonesia – where the poles are likely to meet over the next few decades, perhaps around 2050.
This “meeting” will lead to one of two possible options:
1) a complete reversal will occur (aka “reversal”, where the magnetic poles change)
2) a “bounce back” will occur and the poles will quickly return to their original starting points (in other words, an “excursion”).
The main problem, however, is not the pole shift, although that is certainly one of the problems, Mauriello continues. No, the biggest problem is the waning magnetosphere resulting from the pole shift.
“As the magnetic field weakens, more and more cosmic radiation can penetrate the Earth,” Mauriello explains.
“Not only cosmic rays will increase, but also the entire wide spectrum of radiation. Did you notice this summer, just standing in the sun for even a few minutes was hell? ”
“This is because we are at the solar minimum, we have a reduced magnetic field, and you feel the influence of this radiation. And this, unfortunately, will increase for the rest of your life – or as long as the reversal / hike takes place. “
In recent years, it has been documented that magnetic inversions and excursions have caused some of the largest mass extinctions on the planet, including the Early Dryas event, which wiped out up to 65% of the world’s megafauna.
And this is already happening right now!
Heartbreaking images show the aftermath of Australia’s worst massive whale landfall in history. To date, an estimated 400 whales have died.
It may well go down in history as one of the largest such events in history, but it certainly isn’t unprecedented. Recently, there are data in many other directions, and moreover, that they all occur during solar minima.
Back in 1985, about 450 whales were stranded in Auckland, New Zealand. In 1996, 320 whales stranded off Dunsborough, Washington.
In addition, this week in Tasmania, for the first time since 2009, more than 50 stranded whales were deployed.
And in 2017, a staggering 600 whales landed on New Zealand’s South Island, killing more than 350.
So, this is 1985, 1996, 2009, 2017, and now 2020 – these are not random dates: all these years fall within the solar minima, “when the maximum cosmic radiation penetrates the planet, and this would also be a decrease in the magnetic field – confusion for animals “- Mauriello notes.
“These are predictable events based on the simultaneous extinction of the magnetosphere and the disintegration of our Sun,” Mauriello says. “”These events will continue for maybe another year or so, and then when we hit the solar minimum of cycle 25, we can expect them to happen in 2031, 2032, 2033.””
Mauriello concludes: “The magnetic deflection or reversal will continue as the Sun also enters great lows – these two events occurring at the same time, in my opinion, are not accidental, but will actually intensify the already ongoing Little Ice Age.”
“You and I – we all seem to be experiencing the beginning of the next cosmic catastrophe here on Earth.”