Is A Magnetic Shift Affecting World Climate?
By James Donahue
Scientists appear in general agreement that the rise in carbon emissions from human
burning of coal, oil and natural gas is directly linked to a rise in world temperatures and subsequently the dramatic changes
in weather patterns. But there is another factor that may also be involved. There appears to be a shift in the world’s
magnetic energies occurring at the same time.
Evidence of magnetic pole transients has been detected by the three-axis stabilized
GOES satellites since they were launched beginning in 1994. These sensitive instruments recorded two magnetic reversals back
to back on September 26, 2011. The sudden switching of the poles flip-flopping like this has never been recorded before.
In January 2011, there was a sudden collapse of the Tectonic Plates under Pakistan and
Indonesia, causing a 20-foot-drop in the shoreline on JAVA.
The devastating 9.0 earthquake that struck Northern Japan, creating a killer tsunami
and destroying operating nuclear power plants on March 11, 2011, was so powerful it moved the island closer to the United
States and shifted the axis of the Earth. It caused a rift 15 miles below the sea floor that stretches 186 miles long and
93 miles wide.
The above events are among the stronger indicators that something major is going on
with our planet that goes beyond a general warming of the atmosphere.
Terrence Aym, science writer for the Salem-News, said in a major article published in
2011 that he believes the Earth’s magnetic field shifts are more directly linked to the strange climate changes than
"What drives planetary weather patterns is the climate and what drives the climate is
the sun’s magnetosphere and its electromagnetic interaction with the planet’s own magnetic field.
"When the field shifts, when it fluctuates, when it goes into flux and begins to become
unstable anything can happen. And what normally happens is that all hell breaks loose, Aym wrote. "Magnetic polar shifts have
occurred many times in Earth’s history. It’s happening again now to every planet in the solar system including
He added that "the magnetic field drives weather to a significant degree and when that
field starts migrating superstorms start erupting."
A Danish study published in the scientific journal Geology found a strong correlation
between climate change, weather patterns and the magnetic field. "The earth’s climate has been significantly affected
by the planet’s magnetic field," the story said.
Another story by Bryan Nelson, published by Science Magazine and The Independent in
March, 2011, noted that "the magnetic north pole is currently shifting at a faster rate than at any time in human history
– almost 40 miles a year – and some experts believe that it may be the beginning of a complete pole reversal.
"The changes are beginning to cause major problems for aviation, navigation and migratory
animals that use the Earth’ magnetic field to orient themselves," the story said.
The Abba Father, an entity that communicated through my wife, Doris, told us in 2012
to expect dramatic changes in the Earth’s climate, but his prediction was not what world scientists have been predicting.
He said the Mother Earth is shutting down to heal from the problems caused by human intervention. During this time he said
the planet will get very cold and a lot of people will perish.
He said the lingering winter in the Northeast and even in the Northern Midwest this
year are early indications of this cooling. On January 23, 2013 The Abba Father said: "Longer snow comes to the east. This
will become a problem to many. Snow is now being delivered there and will continue until June. This causes many not to plant
gardens there. Then all of a sudden a blast of heat comes. This heat lasts until fall."
In case you have forgotten, three feet of snow fell at the border of Vermont and New
York in late May and early June. Now it is early June and a heat wave is sweeping the nation.
If a magnetic shift is occurring and if it Is directly linked to the radical weather
changes, then it may not involve a regular reversal of the poles. Jeffrey Love of the U.S. Geological Survey said such reversals
do happen regularly on Earth, but they take a long time, typically about 10,000 years to happen. The last one happened about
700,000 years ago.
"These processes are slow and therefore we don’t have anything to worry about,"
Or do we?