On January 6, 2011, the planet was blasted with a strong surge of solar winds in yet another geomagnetic storm but are there indications that the planet’s only protection, the magnetosphere, may be cracking under the strain of an ever-weakening planetary magnetic field? Overall, the planet’s magnetic field has declined 10% in the last century or so and the magnetic north pole is now racing towards Russia at breakneck speed of about 40 miles per year. An increase in volcanism, mega-thrust earthquake events, and sea-floor expansion also signals the speed of the magnetic field reversal on Earth may be intensifying. Before the polarity reversal takes place, the planet’s magnetospheric patterns will become more chaotic and deformative- signaling the field itself is being ripped apart by geological forces. Before the reversal culminates, the field could blink out entirely for extended periods of time altogether. All biological processes on this planet will be affected. Seeds, for example, rely heavily on gravity and magnetic fields for growth and vitality. Life is maintained by the slimmest of margins on Earth because of the planet’s protective shielding. Researchers Glatzmaier and colleague Paul Roberts have created a supercomputer model of Earth’s interior. Their software heats the inner core, stirs the metallic ocean above it, then calculates the resulting magnetic field…The source of the field, the outer core, is itself seething, swirling, turbulent. “It’s chaotic down there,” notes Glatzmaier. The changes we detect on our planet’s surface are a sign of that inner chaos.” NASA
The Sun is similarly becoming more chaotic and explosive and its poles will flip in a similar polarity reversal that should occur sometime between the years 2012-2013. Will the Sun and Earth’s magnetic fields flip in conjunction? What will be the effects of this Earthchange if the field disappears? Earth loses its protection from the deadly onslaught of solar winds, asteroid buffering, and cosmic rays. Whales, fish, and sea creatures are unable to conclude their migrational patterns to spawn. Birds become disoriented and fall out of the sky and the planet’s climate descends into further chaos. Depression across the planet increases- as German scientists have already found a strong connection to sound mental health and the strength and dexterity of magnetic fields. Magnetic fields have been used to treat depression in Europe. On Earth, scientists have always assumed such geological events take place over eons of time and they assure an unsuspecting public that the planet has nothing to worry about from a reversal but Yukio Isozaki of the University of Tokyo is not so sure and has linked planetary magnetic field failure to a rise in cancer deaths, cosmic ray inundation, and the greatest extinction in planetary history- the Permian-Triassic mass extinction which is supposed to have wiped out 90% of all life on the planet some 250 million years ago. Ron Shaar of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and author of the research paper Earth and Planetary Science Research letters, discovered in tests conducted in 2010 that the Earth’s magnetic field was capable of declining by as much as 40% over the brief span of just 20 years and that Earth’s present magnetic field was an unbelievable 2.5 times stronger 3000 years ago than it is today. The reality is no one knows what will happen to the planet during a polar reversal and no one knows how quickly such a change could take place. If the geology of the planet has so dramatically shifted over a year as a prelude to changes in planetary core dynamics leading up to the reversal; the effects of such change could always be worst and could transpire across horizons just as quickly.
“People will faint from fear and apprehension because of the things that are to come on the inhabited world, because the powers of heaven will be shaken.” –Luke 21:26 ISV (c) The Extinction Protocol