Feb 24

A pole shift is coming and has been predicted by many of the best seers and Alois Irmaier is just one of them.


earths_magnetic_field_nasa - Pole-Shift

Widespread extinction after Earth’s hyperactive magnetic field reversals:

Research results of the new study indicate the rapid reversals of Earth’s magnetic field which occurred about 550 million years ago is responsible for destroying a huge portion of the ozone layer. This destruction has, in turn, allowed a higher concentration of ultraviolet radiation into our atmosphere, which proved fatal to the life forms of the Ediacaran Period. As a result, an evolutionary flight after the widespread extinction had triggered the Cambrian explosion of more complex animal groups.

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H/t reader Squodgy:

Fact is our planet’s magnetic polar shift is already in process.
Reversals of Earth’s magnetic field

Earth does change its magnetic poles every million years (plus or minus 200,000 years). Before a change of magnetic field, the Earth’s magnetic field becomes weaker and moves around, like a spinning top would before it falls. The Earth has already had hundreds of changes (flip flops). Scientists know this as a result of studies of magnetism on the sea floor, near the mid-Atlantic ridge. The lava slowly moves out of this crevasse (gap in the sea floor) and then it cools with its iron oxide molecules all pointing in the new direction of the Earth’s magnetic field. We can look at the history of this magnetic field today to look back at the many flips in the past.[10]

Reversals occur at intervals from less than 100,000 years to as much as 50 million years. The most recent geomagnetic reversal, called the Brunhes–Matuyama reversal, occurred about 780,000 years ago.[11][7] Another global reversal of the Earth’s field, called the Laschamp event, occurred during the last ice age (41,000 years ago). However, because of its brief duration it is called an “excursion”.[12][7] ….

Of course. Let’s call it exceptional, outlandish, unusual and maybe even scary, but we must never admit we haven’t got a clue what’s going on.

Reversals of Earth’s magnetic field

Earth does change its magnetic poles every million years (plus or minus 200,000 years). Before a change of magnetic field, the Earth’s magnetic field becomes weaker and moves around, like a spinning top would before it falls. The Earth has already had hundreds of changes (flip flops). Scientists know this as a result of studies of magnetism on the sea floor, near the mid-Atlantic ridge. The lava slowly moves out of this crevasse (gap in the sea floor) and then it cools with its iron oxide molecules all pointing in the new direction of the Earth’s magnetic field. We can look at the history of this magnetic field today to look back at the many flips in the past.[10]

So take your pick.

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