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    David Wilcock Preparing For The HUGE Event That Is Coming in The Next Decade
    David Wilcock explains how we may be as little as ten years away from a solar flash or “micro-nova” event that has multi-dimensional properties, thanks to the uniquely conscious geometry involved in the alignment we are heading into. Once we have reviewed the evidence suggesting such an event is indeed incoming, the real question becomes how we best prepare.




    This may be relevant to this thread.
    David Wilcock does research well and I tend to agree with some of what he says, well quite a lot.
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    On second thoughts--forget this one--he takes for ever to get any where relevant
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    I just don't trust anything much that DW has to say these days, and listening to him brings up some very unpleasant feelings.
    Can you provide some reasons why you think he did good research on this subject, Chris, and hopefully, name his sources so that we can get that info firsthand rather than having to listen to DW? Thanks.
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    David Wilcock Preparing For The HUGE Event That Is Coming in The Next Decade
    David Wilcock explains how we may be as little as ten years away from a solar flash or “micro-nova” event that has multi-dimensional properties, thanks to the uniquely conscious geometry involved in the alignment we are heading into. Once we have reviewed the evidence suggesting such an event is indeed incoming, the real question becomes how we best prepare.
    This may be relevant to this thread.
    David Wilcock does research well and I tend to agree with some of what he says, well quite a lot.
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    Sorry Ive mislead you Natalie--It was on past research I based my opinion.
    I actually bought a book of his way back and that was properly researched with all the links in the back pages.
    I don't find him that easy to listen to now either.
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    So did you listen to the youtube presentation that you posted, and if so, why did you think it was credible?
    It's dated October 2019, so it was apparently something he did recently.
    Which, in my view, means that it's likely NOT well researched, since everything he's done in the past few years has been highly questionable, at best.
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    Sorry Ive mislead you Natalie--It was on past research I based my opinion.
    I actually bought a book of his way back and that was properly researched with all the links in the back pages.
    I don't find him that easy to listen to now either.
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    I skimmed it Natalie--normally I watch 100%
    As posted elsewhere I am getting eye injection--and seems im one in a 1000 that has an adverse reaction.
    Today my eyes are blood shot in the extreem and sight not great--its not that spectacles make a whit of difference either.
    Added a foot note to the video posted
    Sorry for any inconvenience to yourself and others.
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    Thanks for the PS: "On second thoughts--forget this one--he takes for ever to get any where relevant Chris"
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    I skimmed it Natalie--normally I watch 100%
    As posted elsewhere I am getting eye injection--and seems im one in a 1000 that has an adverse reaction.
    Today my eyes are blood shot in the extreem and sight not great--its not that spectacles make a whit of difference either.
    Added a foot note to the video posted
    Sorry for any inconvenience to yourself and others.
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    PS I hope your eyes are making a complete recovery!
    Quote Posted by greybeard (here)
    I skimmed it Natalie--normally I watch 100%
    As posted elsewhere I am getting eye injection--and seems im one in a 1000 that has an adverse reaction.
    Today my eyes are blood shot in the extreem and sight not great--its not that spectacles make a whit of difference either.
    Added a foot note to the video posted
    Sorry for any inconvenience to yourself and others.
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    So did you listen to the youtube presentation that you posted, and if so, why did you think it was credible?
    It's dated October 2019, so it was apparently something he did recently.
    Which, in my view, means that it's likely NOT well researched, since everything he's done in the past few years has been highly questionable, at best.
    Quote Posted by greybeard (here)
    Sorry Ive mislead you Natalie--It was on past research I based my opinion.
    I actually bought a book of his way back and that was properly researched with all the links in the back pages.
    I don't find him that easy to listen to now either.
    Chris
    A brief note. The video was Wilcock's Contact in the Desert presentation on 31 May this year. It has its own thread, here.

    Much of it is hard to listen to (he's sensational and narcissistic, as always), and some of the information has to be pure nonsense (like the NSA now being good guys and no longer doing any spying). But some of it, particularly in the second half, is interesting, about pyramids and elongated skulls. The pyramid slides alone are worth watching.


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    If he provides references to the info he shares (which is always gleaned from other sources as far as I can tell) I would much rather have those references so I can still get the info but can circumvent having to watch Wilcock's narcissistic performances or listen to his syrupy voice, or listen to his disinfo.
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    So did you listen to the youtube presentation that you posted, and if so, why did you think it was credible?
    It's dated October 2019, so it was apparently something he did recently.
    Which, in my view, means that it's likely NOT well researched, since everything he's done in the past few years has been highly questionable, at best.
    Quote Posted by greybeard (here)
    Sorry Ive mislead you Natalie--It was on past research I based my opinion.
    I actually bought a book of his way back and that was properly researched with all the links in the back pages.
    I don't find him that easy to listen to now either.
    Chris
    A brief note. The video was Wilcock's Contact in the Desert presentation on 31 May this year. It has its own thread, here.

    Much of it is hard to listen to (he's sensational and narcissistic, as always), and some of the information has to be pure nonsense (like the NSA now being good guys and no longer doing any spying). But some of it, particularly in the second half, is interesting, about pyramids and elongated skulls. The pyramid slides alone are worth watching.

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    Let me toy with an idea here ...

    Although I only heard it briefly mentioned in one of the videos here, I have heard it elsewhere and that is the concept that the ice masses at the poles will exacerbate the sliding of the crust over the core. The mechanism is that the earth's surface is spinning ~1000mph at the equator, and any "additional" surface mass at the poles - especially if not evenly distributed (think Greenland), would be pulling towards the equator with immense force. The only thing that is stopping it is the fact that the crust is currently locked to the core.

    Would not then, the concept of warming the earth to melt the poles as fast as we can be to our advantage for maximum survivability? I would assume that the less ice there is at the poles when the crust becomes "unlocked" the less cataclysm we would have to potentially endure? It'll of course still be cataclysmic, but if the movement is less forceful and violent, then the less the oceans would slosh around over the surface.
    When you are one step ahead of the crowd, you are a genius.
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    New Study Warns: Magnetic Catastrophe that Wiped Out the Neanderthals is Due to Hit Again

    by Robert

    February 25, 2021
    Finally! Mainstream science is beginning to catch up with me.
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    New Study Warns: Magnetic Catastrophe that Wiped Out the Neanderthals is Due to Hit Again

    Robert W. Felix

    Finally! Mainstream science is beginning to catch up with me. A new study just published in Science magazine makes it appear that the very thought of a magnetic reversal causing an extinction is a brand new idea. But if you’ve read either of my books; Not by Fire but by Ice or Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, you know that I’ve been speaking and writing about just such a scenario for more than 20 years.
    “New research suggests a polar flip could be catastrophic,” reads the headline on msm.com.

    “A global environmental crisis 42,000 years ago,” declares Science magazine.

    “Ancient relic points to a turning point in Earth’s story 42,000 years ago,” echoes the University of New South Wales (UNSW).

    “Magnetic Madness: Magnetic catastrophe ‘that wiped out Neanderthals’ is due to happen AGAIN, scientists warn,” shouts The Sun.

    “Flipping of Poles and Collapse of Earth’s Magnetic Field Led to Neanderthals’ Extinction, Study Says,” enthuses Sputnik News.
    And finally, from NPR:
    “Ancient Trees Show When The Earth’s Magnetic Field Last Flipped Out.”
    Whatever the title, each of these articles speaks of the crisis that ensued the last time the Earth’s magnetic poles exchanged places. New research suggests that a magnetic reversal roughly 42,000 years ago caused dramatic changes on Earth and “possibly changed the course of human history.” The study focused on an extremely old tree found in New Zealand, a kauri tree. Giant kauri trees can live for thousands of years and can end up well preserved in bogs.
    “The trees themselves are quite unique,” says co-lead author Professor Alan Cooper.

    “They’re a time capsule in a way that you don’t really get anywhere else in the world.”
    “For the first time ever, we have been able to precisely date the timing and environmental impacts of the last magnetic pole switch,” said co-lead author Chris Turney, an earth scientist at the University of New South Wales, in a UNSW statement.

    “Using the ancient trees we could measure, and date, the spike in atmospheric radiocarbon levels caused by the collapse of Earth’s magnetic field.”
    Inside the old kauri tree, which was still growing when “the most recent magnetic pole flip occurred some 42,000 years ago,” the researchers looked for a form of radioactive carbon (carbon-14) created when cosmic rays hit the upper atmosphere. More cosmic rays rain onto our planet when its magnetic field is weak, so carbon-14 levels shoot up. (I don’t agree that it was “the most recent magnetic pole flip.” See more toward the end of this article.)

    The tree, with its calendar-like set of rings, took in this carbon-14 (14C) and preserved it. By studying the rings of the long-dead but well-preserved tree, the scientists obtained a detailed record of approximately 1,700 years. They could see exactly when 14C levels rose, when they peaked, and when they fell again.

    By creating a precise timeline, the team was able to compare the magnetic field’s weakening to other well-established timelines in archaeological and climate records.


    An analysis of the rings suggested that it was a challenging time for all living things on Earth and “hints at dramatic and possibly catastrophic changes that took place in the atmosphere and on the surface of our planet.”
    “This record reveals a substantial increase in the carbon-14 content of the atmosphere culminating during the period of weakening magnetic field strength preceding the polarity switch,” the article in Science explains.

    “The authors modeled the consequences of this event and concluded that the geomagnetic field minimum caused substantial changes in atmospheric ozone concentration that drove synchronous global climate and environmental shifts.”
    If the sun went through one of its periodic conniptions (Grand Solar Minimums) when the strength of the Earth’s magnetic field was turned way down, says Cooper, a solar flare or storm would have sent a burst of radiation that could have had massive consequences for people living back then. (It looks like we may be headed into such a Grand Solar Minimum right now.)

    With the Earth’s cosmic shield essentially disappearing, it would have driven life on Earth into caves to protect themselves.
    “We think that the sharp increases in UV levels, particularly during solar flares, would suddenly make caves very valuable shelters,” says Cooper.

    “This is what we think actually drove them (the Neanderthals) into caves.”

    Red skies. Possibly lots of lightning. “You would not want to be outside during daylight hours.”
    “It must have seemed like the end of days,” Cooper said.
    Earth’s magnetic field is vital to all life on the planet because it protects the ozone layer from solar winds, cosmic rays, and harmful radiation. When the field weakens the Earth becomes bathed in ultraviolet radiation and this in turn damages the ozone layer. The scientists believe the magnetic excursion may have even altered the climate and triggered the extinction of many species. (As you know if you’ve ever read ” Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps,” I think the radiation would have also lead to rapid mutations [most of which would have been abject failures]).
    “We really think actually there’s quite considerable impacts going on here,” says Cooper.

    “If you damage the ozone layer, as we’ve found out, you change the way in which the sun’s heat actually impacts the Earth. And as soon as you start doing that, you change weather patterns because wind directions and heating goes AWOL, goes all over the place.”
    Until now, scientists have mostly assumed that magnetic field reversals didn’t matter much for life on Earth — although some geologists have noted that die-offs of large mammals seemed to occur in periods when the Earth’s magnetic field was weak.
    “From what we know about field strength through time, over the last hundred thousand years,” agrees James Channell, a geologist at the University of Florida, “there does appear to be a linkage between extinctions and low geomagnetic field strength.”
    This particular magnetic reversal, known as the Laschamp excursion, is named after lava flows in France. Those lava flows contain bits of iron that basically point the wrong way. Volcanic activity during the Laschamp excursion produced this distinctive iron signature because as the lava cooled through the Curie temperature it locked the bits of iron in place. Iron molecules embedded in sediments around the world also captured a record of this excursion.
    “The Laschamps Excursion was the last time the magnetic poles flipped,” explained Professor Turney. “They swapped places for about 800 years before changing their minds and swapping back again.” (Again, I don’t agree that it was “the last time the magnetic poles flipped.”)
    “Even though it (the excursion) was short, the North Pole did wander across North America, right out towards New York, actually, and then back again across to Oregon,” says Alan Cooper, an evolutionary biologist with Blue Sky Genetics and the South Australian Museum.

    Cooper explains that the North Pole “then zoomed down through the Pacific really fast to Antarctica and hung out there for about 400 years and then shot back up through the Indian Ocean to the North Pole again.”
    During that time, the Earth’s magnetic-field strength weakened to as low as about 6% of its strength today, says Cooper.
    “We essentially had no magnetic field at all – our cosmic radiation shield was totally gone,” agreed Professor Turney
    During the magnetic-field breakdown, the Sun experienced several ‘Grand Solar Minima’ (GSM), which are long-term periods of quiet solar activity.

    Even though a GSM means less activity on the Sun’s surface, the weakening of its magnetic field can mean more space weather – like solar flares and galactic cosmic rays – could head Earth’s way.
    “Unfiltered radiation from space ripped apart air particles in Earth’s atmosphere, separating electrons and emitting light – a process called ionisation,” Prof. Turney added.
    “The ionised air ‘fried’ the Ozone layer, triggering a ripple of climate change across the globe.”
    Although it’s difficult to draw clear links among all these various events at this stage, said Cooper, “I think that’s always true when you’re putting forward such a radical new theory.” (No, it’s not a radical “new” theory. I proposed this same theory in both “Not by Fire but by Ice” and “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.”


    Earth Magnetic Pole Shift – Image Credit: The Sun

    How does this all of this apply to today?
    Because we may well be headed for a magnetic reversal right now.

    The Earth’s magnetic poles are known to wander often, but some scientists are concerned about how rapidly the north magnetic pole is now moving across the Northern Hemisphere.
    “This speed – alongside the weakening of Earth’s magnetic field by around nine per cent in the past 170 years – could indicate an upcoming reversal,” says Cooper.
    “If a similar event happened today,” says Cooper,” the consequences would be huge for modern society. Incoming cosmic radiation would destroy our electric power grids and satellite networks.”
    “We urgently need to get carbon emissions down before such a random event happens again,” Cooper warned. (What a silly statement. Carbon emissions have nothing to do with carbon-14.)
    And some scientists with the British Geological Survey also believe that a magnetic reversal could be due.

    Just for the record
    Just for the record, both Not by Fire but by Ice and Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps describe spikes in radioactive 14C at magnetic reversals. Both books also link those spikes, not only to extinctions, but to evolutionary leaps.

    Both books also document three other well-known magnetic excursions that have attacked our planet since the Lashamp event. Most notably the Gothenburg excursion of 12,500 years ago, the Mono Lake excursion of 23,000 years ago, and the Lake Mungo excursion of 34,000 years ago. Each of those excursions corresponded with huge extinctions, spikes in radioactivity bathing the planet, Noah’s-deluge-type floods, sharp increases in volcanic and earthquake activity, and an rapid and severe ice build-up. (An incredible 72% of large mammal species went extinct at the Gothenburg magnetic excursion.)
    Note:
    I have previously posted a few not-so-pleasant articles about Professor Turney. I really resent that he and the other academicians are trying to take credit for “a radical new theory.”
    Professor trapped in ice trying to ‘hide/disguise’ his involvement with Carbonscape?
    According to reader Jeremy Poynton, Prof Turney decided to ‘hide/disguise’ his direct involvement
    https://www.iceagenow.info/professor...t-carbonscape/

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    Massive Active Volcano in Antarctica; Mount Erebus
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    "Despite the bitter cold of the region, Antarctica is host to one of the most active volcanoes on the planet. Known as Mount Erebus, this volcano has been constantly erupting since 1972 and is erupting right now. Erebus is one of the few volcanoes on the planet which contains an active lava lake in its summit. This video covers the recent eruptions from this volcano, and states the general hazard which it poses in the future.
    This video was made by a geologist who is based in Arizona."


    Note this from the quote below: In a follow-up reading he (Edgar Cayce) said there will also be upheavals in the Arctic and Antarctica which will make for eruptions in the torrid areas and will result in a shifting of the poles (magnetic reversal).

    The following was posted here: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...=1#post1415568
    "Dark Journalist talks about Mt Etna erupting and Edgar Cayce's predictions about it.
    Starting at one hour, 3 minutes into his latest talk "The State of Emergency Powers".https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_-_65U9UuQ
    Mt. Etna is really blowing its top now. See: https://youtube.com/watch?v=ozjnoUfFqko
    DJ cites volcanic and asteroid activity, the lockdown, and asks is there a connection?
    He, Farrell & Fitts think so, and Cayce predicted that in the 21st Century (in a reading 270-5 from 1936), that if Vesuvius or Pelee become active, then 3 months following that, the southern coast of CA and parts of Nevada and the Great Salt Lake area will experience an inundation of earthquake activity.
    Also mentioned was unrest in Syria and Iraq.
    In a follow-up reading he said there will also be upheavals in the Arctic and Antarctica which will make for eruptions in the torrid areas and will result in a shifting of the poles (magnetic reversal).
    And a lifeline of land will be needed between Greenland and Canada and California.
    DJ mentions in this context the Davis Strait (a northern arm of the Atlantic Ocean that lies north of the Labrador Sea. It lies between mid-western Greenland and Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada.)
    Cayce said that if there is volcanic activity at Mt. Etna and then in the volcanos in the South Pacific, then that is the signal beginning all the above.
    DJ says he thinks that time has arrived and this will all be covered more in the Hot Zone presentation....

    ( I don't think I've ever seen an estimation from Cayce as to how long the timeframe is within which all this would take place, and there is controversy as to how long a pole reversal might take.
    I believe scientists say there seem to have been variations in that, from what they have observed of evidence of the timing of such shifts in the past.. .)

    But as Dutchsinse says, "Don't be scared, be prepared! " https://www.youtube.com/user/dutchsinse"

    Also posted here: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...=1#post1425847
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