The Coming Ice Age – Interview with Robert Felix

Why We Must Forget About Man-Made Global Warming and Come To Terms With the Fact That the Next Ice Age Could Begin Any Day


Richard Syrett welcomes author/researcher Robert Felix to discuss the cold weather currently experienced in parts of the southern hemisphere where it is now summer, and how it ties in with his research of a coming ice age.

Repeated cycles of ice ages show up in the geological records, says Felix. These include the Solar Retrograde Cycle (every 180 years), the Little Ice Age cycle (every 360 years, related to minimal sunspots), the Milankovitch Cycle (every 11,500 years), and Orbital Stretch (every 105,000 years).

Felix explains why he thinks every one of those cycles is now due to hit.

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  1. Off Topic but you may be interested in —

    Cold wave – the inhabitants of Anfgou Morocco see the arrival of government relief team after a week.

    In the Middle Atlas, the inhabitants of the infamous village Anfgou have finally breathed “a sigh” of relief. And for cause, relief and snow removal teams managed at the weekend to reach this enclave region – located dozens of kilometers to the East of Khénifra – – and who was cut off from the rest of the world because of heavy snowfall.

    Although it is not unusual for Imilchil to be cut-off, this year’s strong, and unusual snowfall recorded in this region ensured government would not let a local problem become a disaster as it had before.
    Anfgou became ‘famous’ after the death of dozens of children as a result of a cold snap during the Winter 2007.
    After a fierce struggle against the snow and cold, the teams of the Ministry of equipment have finally managed to open the road that leads to this small village in the Middle Atlas.

    After surviving the difficult situation faced by the inhabitants of this region for more than a week — no electricity, no water, no food supplies and no animal feed, the relief team was welcomed by the people of Anfgou.
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  2. In the meantime, Robert, perhaps before the planet gets there … i.e., descends into an ice age … perhaps a time of global warming is at hand … warming, that is, from the inside of the planet outward (?) … which warming, perhaps, could well entail atmospheric and seawater mixing that could essentially mask such a warming dynamic (?); at least until such time as such a warming trend becomes apparent?

    See this article:

    Regular and now cyclical earth facing coronal holes seen on our sun appear to be sending regular upticks of energy our way … which energy gets pushed to each pole and taken in there, by the planet … meaning, perhaps, that more energy/heat gets radiated outward, by the planet?

    Did you ever wonder, as well, whether mass extinctions occur before an ice age … or after one? In other words, wonder which comes first?

    7 billion plus human life forms here on earth … and a biosphere … that coupled with a strong magnetic or polarized energy field; no human life forms and no biosphere on Mars … that coupled with no magnetic or polarized energy field (yet residual magnetism in its rocks … perhaps suggesting life flourished there, in the past?) ; might that suggest that the earth’s magnetic field is a summing up, of sorts, of the magnetic or auric life fields of the life forms here? If so … if they depart … an ice age follows; not vice-versa?

    Just an added thought, there, to plunk into the mix.

    Prediction: global warming until 2100 or so … global warming from the inside of the planet outward … thereafter, a shift … or split in things … life forms departing along the way, who move on to new things … any life forms that stay (the minority) … experience the ice age … the ice age planet, eventually taken back into the core of our star … i.e., the sun?

    And … more lithospheric mixing to occur as well … more earthquakes and volcanoes … as the core of the planet rises in energy and that energy gets radiated outward.

    A side note might be that our individual life force/form auric fields will strengthen in the process, i.e., as more energy arrives here from the sun … from the core of our star.

    Yes, though, eventually the next ice age arrives; just what happens between now and then, though, Robert … will be interesting to see … and experience.

    • Only time will tell cam I think solar cycle 25 will be important as it will tell us reather this is a real trend or if we see a much more classic solar min take shape.It’s easy to discuss but predicting climate changes it is always going to be a complicated thing to best to prepare for the wild ride ahead.

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