“A magnetic reversal is one of the most serious issues facing us today”

“What a Magnetic Reversal Means for Earth ‘ – An interview with Ben Davidson from Suspicious0bservers.

Our magnetic shield affects our weather, affects earthquakes and volcanoes, affects human health, and affects earth/space weather, says Davidson. It also affects how the earth interacts with the sun and galactic cosmic rays (basically energy from space). It affects all of those things in a significant way, including causing climate extremes.

We have done a number of studies on how the solar polar magnetic fields; things like coronal hole activity, corolla mass ejections, more flare activity, certain things in the solar wind, can be highly correlated to large earthquake and volcanic events, says Davidson.

The only thing that’s modulating that activity is the earth’s magnetic field. So as the field gets weaker, the energy from space will interact with earth more and more. Not just in the atmosphere, but through the lithosphere (the crust and upper mantle) as well, leading to more severe and more frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

The loss of our magnetic shield might even do damage to animals in terms of causing cancer from the extreme ultraviolet radiation, the x-ray radiation and the microwaves that the sun produces

But the most catastrophic event that could happen to earth is a solar induced EMP (electro-magnetic pulse), says Davidson. The sun has the power to produce a far greater EMP than any weapons that humans have. It could truly send earth back to the stone age.

According to NASA scientists, if a Carrington type event (the great solar flare event of 1859) occurred today, it could cost two trillion dollars and take 10 years to repair earth’s power grids.

Actually, it could be worse than that, because everything needed to repair the power grid would require electricity to produce it.

“A magnetic reversal is one of the most serious issues facing us today.”

Thanks to Jim Kahlke for this video

11 thoughts on ““A magnetic reversal is one of the most serious issues facing us today””

  1. I wonder about the effect of the field on human behavior. I live in VA. and have friends in Alaska. When I visit Alaska I feel so much better, not just the obvious that I’m vacationing with friends in a beautiful place, there is more to it. My head is just clearer, I feel so much more peaceful. The effects last for weeks after a visit and everyone comments on how different I am. I vacation in other places and it’s not the same.
    Sometimes my work will have me for lengths of time working in the presence of very strong magnetic fields. Strong enough to mess up your cell phone if you forget to leave it outside. This has very much the opposite effect. I feel short tempered and negative. I seem to feel depressed for days.
    As our field shifts and weakens what effect does it have on human behavior?
    Just thinking.

  2. What is the latest readings on the state of the earth’s magnetic field?

    This is what I want to know.

    Sun is getting very weak now and this combination weakening geo and solar magnetic fields should start having a climatic impact.

  3. A magnetic reversal has a threat that the article does not mention.
    All the refrigerator magnets in the world will fall off.


  4. Over 31,000 scientists have united against the political agenda of global warming. The scientific consensus, which includes over 9,000 scientists with Ph.D.s, supports the necessity of carbon dioxide and sheds light on the agenda of global warming, which includes industrial energy rationing, central economic planning, and global taxation schemes. These scientists are now speaking out against the hoax of global warming and how global agreements to limit greenhouse gases are actually destructive to all plant and animal life on the planet.

  5. Is this person mixing up the climate change that must occur as we move into a significant cooling event?

  6. I follow Ben & have his app for the health alerts. Cosmic Ray risks seem to do me in, solar storms are hit-or-miss on how they affect me: migraines, neuropathy flares and increased pain are my symptoms. This is beyond local weather phenomenon affects (ruled out). I dread it getting worse and I know it will with the decrease of our magnetic shield.

    The sun & the Earth going to sleep magnetically together does not seem like to a coincidence to me. It seems intrinsically connected.

  7. Robert, would a magnetic reversal as referenced be a N / S pole reversal … or a reversal of the relative strengths of each pole one versus the other?

  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FbYKYWAEAs&index=1&list=PLHSoxioQtwZeQaRnO5_9AJB2RmevUpuPT&t=0s

    1:55 … a pending phase shift, perhaps … as the solar system transits from one area of the galaxy to another; no earth pole shift vis a vie the sun, to take place, but perhaps a relative pole strength shift?

    2:55 (here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PiDxHzFbiQ&t=33s&list=PLHSoxioQtwZeQaRnO5_9AJB2RmevUpuPT&index=2) … re: recent “Earth Magnetic Flip” series of videos …

    A Miles Mathis Feb 2018 paper here: http://milesmathis.com/pole.pdf does quite a job of identifying or suggesting, at least, that solar field flips every 9 – 12 years are actually Solar System Field “polarity reversals” and not pole flips there of the actual poles of the Solar Field itself; see the paper for that.

    NB – a 2014 paper is linked to within that first paper, that paper a bit longer in length, yet it is quite an interesting paper on the Solar Cycles; those 9 – 12 year Solar System Field “polarity reversals”, tying into solar minimum and maximum of sunspots, seemingly linked to positioning of the four largest planets as per that paper; see http://milesmathis.com/cycle.pdf)

    It seems suggested there, as well, i.e., in the Mathis’ Pole reversal
    paper/article, that there are overall shifts of the field dynamics of the earth and sun that “would” be seen as being in sync, pertaining to shifts related to the areas of the galaxy the solar system is traveling in; those areas or zones being transited perhaps differing in being predominately photon or predominately opposite spinning anti-photon, in photon/anti-photon density; polarity and magnetism coming from overall photon and anti-photon spin and collision spin up or spin down dynamics, in the field.

    Bottom line question there, then … it seems, is … if the field is weakening here, is the solar system itself approaching a zone shift from an area more photon dense than anti-photon dense (our present situation, as per the Mathis pole paper) to one less photon dense and more anti-photon dense?

    It seems the boundary area, or transit time between such zones, would indicate a place of balance or equality in those two (photon/anti-photon) or their respective densities, i.e., where photon/anti-photon densities being more in balance, spins cancel and magnetism dives into a trough (the electrical indicated to be viable throughout, it seems), at least until the photon/ anti-photon density ratio dynamics in the new zone kick in … if you get the zonal drift there … AND … IT SEEMS … some seem to be predicting a zonal change of one kind or another. One might wonder, then, if there is a connection there.

    IN THAT CASE, the earth’s magnetism going into a trough, to be expected (?) … thereafter kicking back up … as the new zone dynamics then begin to drive things; the N pole on earth still North here, however, and the South pole still South, in relationship to the sun … BUT … if antiphotons dominate in the new zone, the strength at the North pole increases (more anti-photons in there than at present) and at the South
    pole here, decreases (fewer photons in there, than at present) … NOT a pole flip, per se … but certainly a pole strength differential
    direction flip, it would seem.

    Referencing that Mathis pole reversal paper … see this excerpt:

    ““After the reversal, the photons are still going in the south pole and the antiphotons are still going in the north, so there is no need for any overall spin reversal. The larger mechanics is unchanged. What changes is the relative number of photons to antiphotons. After the reversal, antiphotons will outnumber photons, so the north pole will become stronger than the south. The aurora borealis will then be more impressive than the aurora Australis. Other reversals will also occur, but not an overall spin reversal or planetary flip.

    “The important thing to understand is that the Earth is always going to orient to the Sun and outer planets, so it will never flip in any way unless they do. It may be that the entire Solar System flips relative to the galactic core, but the Earth will never flip relative to the Sun. It simply can’t, short of a major planetary collision. The Earth can only respond to the greater charge fields around it. “ – page 4 at http://milesmathis.com/pole.pdf

    Would it seem then, that any earth pole “reversals” talked about are actually relative pole strength reversals N versus S rather than either planetary polarity reversals such as those Solar System Field “polarity reversals” seen on the sun every 9 – 12 years, nor actual pole reversals here, but rather relative pole strength reversals; it seems those sun “Solar System Field” polarity reversals being peculiar to the sun only, as well?

    In other words here on earth, N will be N and S will be S … one (N), will always take in anti-photons … one (S), will always take in
    photons … and what’s found in the volcanic rocks perhaps simply
    indicates a strength differential direction, then, locked in the rocks, as between the two poles … at a particular time? In which case, was there never a pole reversal, per se … on Earth; but, rather, a relative pole strength differential change … that can be subject to change; albeit, the “chron” periods being npredictable?

    The same change having taken place on the Solar Field overall, as well, i.e., where galactic zonal changes have dictated a zonal change from a zone of predominately photon dense versus anti-photon dense, to one the opposite?

    If so … why call it a pole reversal, at all, I wonder? That seems to be misleading and confusing; if, that is, it’s relative pole strength that are involved, or changed on earth; or on the sun, in those cases where the area of the galaxy the overall system is within changes vis a vie the photon/anti-photon density ratio involved?

    In other words, the earth will never experience polarity reversal like the sun “Solar System Field” does, in its (the sun’s) 9–12-year cycles; it will, however, experience troughs of lower magnetism depending upon the galactic conditions the solar system is moving through, as a whole … changes there tying to periods between shifts to a different relative pole strength here on earth … that differential of pole strength, being subject to change, depending upon galactic zone dynamics with there being magnetism troughs between such changes … troughs only, though … NOT earth pole reversals … OTHER than N and S
    relative strength reversals?

    At the same time, where the latter trough in magnetism at earth arises, it would seem, the sun Solar Field itself would also be experiencing the same troughs in magnetism the earth would … for a time, i.e., when going through the galactic zero magnetism vis a vie a photon / anti-photon density zone boundary between what are otherwise zones of more or less of one or the other?

    NB – in which case fear of earth bombardment from magnetic field strength flows from the sun gets lessened there, in any case (?), at those times; i.e., one might ask, would the earth’s drop in field strength not be falling in lockstep with that of the sun, when the solar system transitions such a boundary at the time when it does, between different zones of photon/anti-photon relative densities?

    Addendum: Another couple of thoughts also came to mind.

    First, some seem to be heralding a drop off in the Earth’s magnetic field strength at the moment … fearfully, it seems; yet that, if happening, would simply seem to herald an approaching galactic zone change for the solar system … i.e., zone differences pending there, then, at least as between the relative photon/anti-photon density dynamics of each zone; in which case, it seems, such would be expected, would it not, before the new zone dynamics start to display and kick the field back up again; albeit, likely with relative pole strength changes here?

    Second, some seem to herald movement apparently being tracked of the N and S Earth magnetic poles as indicative of an earth N / S pole shift, again fearfully, it seems; but based on the info in the Mathis’ pole reversal paper, perhaps that local shifting or positioning may also simply be tied to the positioning dynamics of the same four large planets, which relative positions to the sun appear to dictate Solar System Field “polarity reversal” cycles; but which here, on Earth, may simply be something that’s always been going on … i.e., the poles wander in relationship to the positioning of those four large planets … YET… such wandering wouldn’t dictate nor indicate an earth pole shift, per se, i.e., the way the Solar System Field polarity reversals take place.

    All of the above, noted, if indeed there are upticks taking place to the photon/anti-photon mix solar wind streams coming our way, that, it seems, perhaps heralds other changes; that said; perhaps NOT changes that involve an Earth Pole Shift, per se, at all; perhaps only a relative or differential pole strength change following a trough in magnetism, ie.., whilst a galactic zone boundary of zero magnetism is transited as noted might be expected from time to time, in the Mathis Pole Reversal paper?

    In any case, all fascinating things to consider.

  9. Also the direction of rotation of liquids is as I understand it the result of the Planets rotation, the Coriolis effect.

  10. LOL, could do a bit of paragraph formatting there, Robert; but, there you go; throwing a few twists in on the plotline; such as such twists may go. 😉

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