I personally think it's caused by the sun/universe.
How exactly I don't know but all planets in our solar system are experiencing big changes in the last 10 years.
Earth's moon is growing an atmosphere
Also, the moon is growing an atmosphere that's made up of a compound Dmitriev refers to as ''Natrium.'' Dmitriev says that, around the moon,
there is this 6,000-kilometer-deep layer of Natrium that wasn't there before.
And we're having this kind of change in Earth's atmosphere in the upper levels, where HO gas is forming that wasn't there before; it simply did not
exist in the quantity that it does now. It's not related to global warming and it's not related to CFCs or fluorocarbon emissions or any of that
stuff. It's just showing up.
Magnetic fields and brightness of the planets are changing. The planets are experiencing sizable changes in their overall brightness. Venus, for
example, is showing us marked increases in its overall brightness.
Jupiter has gotten to have such a high energetic charge that there is actually a visible tube of ionizing radiation that's formed between its moon,
You can actually see the luminous energy tube in photographs that have been taken more recently.
And the planets are having a change in their fields. The magnetic fields are becoming stronger.
Jupiter's magnetic field has more than doubled. Uranus's magnetic field is changing. Neptune's magnetic field is increasing. These planets are
becoming brighter. Their magnetic field strength is getting higher.
Their atmospheric qualities are changing.
Uranus and Neptune appear to have had recent pole shifts. When the Voyager 2 space probe flew past Uranus and Neptune, the apparent north and south
magnetic poles were sizably offset from where the rotational pole was. In one case, it was 50 degrees off, and in the other case the difference was
around 40 degrees, both of which are pretty big changes.
The overall changes could essentially be broken down into three categories:
Energy field changes