Solar Anomalies

Every year since 2007 something unprecedented has happened on the sun. I’ve written about this before and will look later on. This year the sun’s magnetic north pole flipped south but the south magnetic pole has not flipped north yet. Figure that one out!!

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4 Responses to Solar Anomalies

  1. pollyann says:

    Yes, an earthing or grounding mat is definitely useful for discharging personal solar energy overload when the sun is interacting heavily with earth during solar events — sunspots, X-rays, flares, CME’s, solar winds, proton storms.

  2. pollyann says:

    So much for weather extremes balancing out so far in January. I pray everyone is managing to stay warm.
    Sunspot AR 1944 is proving to be very fertile. I am hopefully learning to discharge my energy field when solar activity is effecting earth and me. I am convinced these solar particles, protons especially, tend to coagulate around any disharmony in energy fields, all the way to the cellular level, and to irritate any conditions therein.

    We have a coronal hole turning to face earth, which Suspicious0bservers has shown to be connected to large earthquakes.

  3. pollyann says:

    So, you don’t like the cold, huh? 🙂 Merino wool long underwear and socks really help. The movie, “Ice Age” comes to mind. It was such a cute movie. I think various planetary and cosmic forces may balance things out so we don’t go to one extreme or the other. That’s my take on it right now.

  4. James says:

    That was starting to sound nice, until they got to the “mini ice age” part. No thanks, me and the cold don’t get along so well xD

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