Recent Drop in Solar Activity Portends a Much Colder Time Ahead – Video

I highly recommend that you watch this video by Peter Temple, who warns “just when we need more energy and warmth, we have politicians trying to tax it out of existence.”


“The sun and the planets are the main driver of climate change on our tiny little planet,” says Temple, who pretty much says what I’ve been saying all along, namely that “it’s a cycle, it’s a cycle, it’s a cycle!”

The difference is that Temple doesn’t take our rapidly declining magnetic field strength into account, which I fear will make things even worse.


Periods of warming correlate with major civilizations

You can see by the above graph that temperature has been trending down for the past 5,000 years.

Perhaps this next graph, beginning about 9,000 years ago, will make that trend even more visible.

Notice that temperatures were warmer than today when Ancient Egypt flourished. Temperatures were also warmer than today during the Roman Empire, the Grecian Empire, during the time the Maya were flourishing, and during the Medieval Warm Period.

So much for unprecedented global warming!

Blue areas signify times when temperatures were colder than today. Red areas represent times of warmth (mostly warmer than today).

Here’s a little hint of what you will see in the video:

•   Periods of warming correlate with the rise of major civilizations, ie: Egypt, Greece, Rome, The Mayans.

•   When the climate cools, civilizations collapse into ruin. Those periods get labeled as dark ages, because there usually great declines in living standards.

•   Social mood always turns negative with colder climate, which brings about riots and wars.

When the climate cools, civilizations collapse into ruin.

•   One of the other features of the 172-year cycle is financial collapse.

•   And now, just when we’re going to need more energy and warmth, our politicians want to tax it out of existence.

Peter also refers to the Russian astrophysicist Habibullo Abdusamatov, who warns that we are now headed into a little ice age. I have posted about Dr Abdusamatov many times. Here is one of those posts: A New Little Ice Age has already begun, says Russian astrophysicist

If for some reason this video does not display, you can also view it on Peter Temple’s website:

And if that doesn’t work, you can view it on YouTube

Thanks to Mike McEvoy for this video

12 thoughts on “Recent Drop in Solar Activity Portends a Much Colder Time Ahead – Video”

  1. Sadly, ‘preaching to the choir’! I doubt any ‘tree huggers’ or ‘greenies’ would watch this channel or give any of the real evidence credibility! After all, they have their science, it’s called Mainstream Media! And, those of us who have known and prepared, have to wonder if ‘big brother’ or starving mobs will just take what we’ve so diligently planned for in the end … they won’t care about the fact we were right!

    • Stay prickly JNS… no worries, even Millennials understand the physics of OK Boomers who are more likely to be all read up on Bolsheviks and the ballistics of being too old to die young. It’s never mattered about who was right and cowardice favors the corrupt. We can take solace that we got to live a lot longer through the [mask free, lower tyranny/idiocracy] sweet spot of this interglacial. This cull will need to done mostly through agitpsyop theatre. Never let the dirty hambuggers getcha down.

  2. An excellent video, and one which sadly will not be seen by the people who really need to see it. But it’s nice to know that there are people willing to make this stuff public to this extent.

  3. No sign of a colder conditions in UK or NW Europe. Arctic temperatures ten degrees above normal. It is like that every year now. No. The planet hasn’t started to cool. The warming over the Arctic would have to reverse and there is no sign of that.

    • Only the winters are warmer in the Arctic. The summer temperatures have not changed up nor down. Also, the planet is bigger than the Arctic. You left out Antarctica being colder than ever recorded. See, you cannot cherry pick.

  4. I had an old timer tell me many years ago that the day will come when the term “precious metals” will not be gold and silver but brass and lead. By all means prepare but also be prepared to fight to keep it.

  5. Then go ignore that other article about cycle 25 recently posted. That one made no sense. This one here is much better!!

  6. upiter and Saturn are about to do something not seen for nearly 800 years

    I saw this and thought: “Wait! What happened about 800 years ago”? The beginning of the Little Ice age? Not exactly, but there was a cool down from the Medieval Warm period before the Little Ice Age swung into full swing.
    When the two largest planets locate in a similar plane, then the center of mass of the Sun changes possibly causing less Sunspots and lower output.
    The same occurs with the Earth. We will have to see if these changes cause more earthquakes or volcano action.
    Of course, the gravitational forces may elongate the Earths path around the Sun during our winter season. Could this be part of the early snow and cold? Or is it a combination of other factors?
    We will see if the Sun continues low numbers of Sunspots as well.

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    Jupiter and Saturn are about to do something not seen for nearly 800 years


    The two largest planets in the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn, have fascinated astronomers for hundreds of years. But the two gas giants will do something next month not seen since the Middle Ages — they will look like a double planet.
    The rare occurrence will happen after sunset on Dec. 21, 2020, the start of the winter solstice.

    “Alignments between these two planets are rather rare, occurring once every 20 years or so, but this conjunction is exceptionally rare because of how close the planets will appear to one another,” said Rice University astronomer Patrick Hartigan in a statement. “You’d have to go all the way back to just before dawn on March 4, 1226, to see a closer alignment between these objects visible in the night sky.”

  7. Thanks Robert, interesting article and I am checking out his web page!

    I can’t vouch for the data, but the graph of temperature peaks with lower highs is one of the best presentations I have seen.

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