Sun quadrupolar in May. Pole reversal in 1 month or so, about one year earlier than expected

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posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 03:13 AM
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whoa 300 yrs ago...

so global cooling will be the main effect upon Earth? or what else??

i find it interesting the sun polarity flips every 11 years, and this year it comes 1 year early (if i understand correctly?)

thewatchers.adorraeli.com... an-expected/

every 11 years, the Sun’s magnetic poles flip – North becomes South and vice versa. This flip happens around the peak of the sunspot cycle, when there are lots of sunspots. Earth’s magnetic poles sometimes flip, too. However, it is usually many thousands or even millions of years between flips of Earth’s field - not just 11 years!


so is a quadrupolar Sun prone to more sunspots (consider it's already in Solar Maximum as it is!), or less sunspots/CMEs?




posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 03:41 AM
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posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 03:42 AM
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After a "spiritual awakening" via dreams and hmmm-experiences in late 1994, I became dream-aware during 1995. In 1998 I had a dream where I survived an apoliptic scenario while my spouse didn't. We were overwelmed by a wave comming - with only a little bit of advanced notice.

In the dream I managed to find a board and "ride a wave" as though it was fun even though it wasn't really. My spouse didn't find it fun and didn't "go for the wave" and got pummeled by it.

If we get a pole reversal, it will prolly have huge tsunamis to go with it. I may survive, but most will die.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 03:46 AM
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Having a good day then reitze?

Happy little soul hey?



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 04:35 AM
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Your comment was very funny, and yes she's having a good day as she survived!!!

Last night I noticed the moon was in the west and normally here it's in the east, I did think it strange, and I don't know how to use stellarium either to see if my thinking was correct or not, I'm not much up on the skies at night kinda thing, but I think I can only put this down to the poles reversing, wow it's closer than we think hey, God bless us all.

Question? So do you think we'll have 3 full days of darkness as predicted? Just hope the power grid does not go down that'l be a bummer, no ats




posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 05:17 AM
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Originally posted by CaptainBeno
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Having a good day then reitze?

Happy little soul hey?


Not so much. Big waves and wild rides are fun, sure. But loosing loved-ones sucks #.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 06:47 AM
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ETA: Sorry for my ignorance this is not talking about the poles flipping it's Sun quadrupolar that I don't fully undestand, so please forgive my ignorance




posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 06:52 AM
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So of all the dreams you had in your life this is the one you fixate on?
havent you ever had any really good dreams where something really cool ever happened to you?

I dreamt, about 34 years ago, that I died while driving a 1963 Ford Econoline Van.
But I dont see me ever owning another one of those. So I guess I'm safe.

I think I'll continue to focus on the dreams of flying and other happy stuff


Now what I find really vexing is why, believing in this dream as strongly as you seem to, do you still live in an area that would allow your dream to manifest.. To not take action to save the woman you married is not right.

Perhaps you should move to the mountains or accept that you are not as convinced of the certainty of your "prophetic" dreams as you profess.

Just saying



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 07:13 AM
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Oh you Spanish are a pasionate bunch
And I could'nt help but notice the irony, and the connection, between you and the dreamer.

FYI, the tidal wave (tsunami) that reitz refers to in his dream is more that likely inspired by all the talk and documentary referencing the possibility of a large chunk of the Canary Islands breaking off and sliding into the Atlantic.

This is true. Google it up!

**to the OP and other readers. I know this post and my last have been off topic but when something like the dream thing falls in your lap can you blame me?
so I'll quit going off topic and end my commentaries in regards to any off topic subjects.

Apologies, Grubblesnert

PS wouldnt a mini ice age or slight cooling caused by solar activity offset the tread toward global warming? and save them Polar Bears?
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posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 07:17 AM
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well that means that the black hole at the center of our galaxy will also flip, that all planet core in our solar system will also flip, all suns in our galaxy will flip and our earth and moon will flip lol. wow sound like a huge mess is about to be deployed!



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 08:24 AM
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good too hear,i dont want us all too die,but a new coat of paint might be good



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 08:31 AM
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I'm just not clear on what a polar shift on the sun actually means in a day to day reality for us here? If I wasn't on ATS to read about it, for instance, what would I see that day to know something happened at all?


someone has answered this for sure, but I'm bored sooo.....

Other than some gps units needing to be reconfigured? Not much.

But.....

there is a risk that during the pole reversal, that the magnetic field protecting us would drop, or collapse completely for a period of time.

If a solar flare hit us during that period it wouldn't be pretty, nothing would be protecting us, all of the radiation would come straight at us. Satellites and such, as always, would be in danger, be we would be too, the entire electrical grid could go down, for months. If the flare was sufficient enough, it could even damage our atmosphere.

The risk is small, but does indeed exist.

Then again, we could be smacked with a gamaray burst tomorrow. Perspective is key.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Originally posted by PapagiorgioCZ
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Yeah, say it to freezing folks on a frozen Thames


I haven't said it will cause end of the world.

Maybe I should to give it some juice
edit on 22/4/2012 by PapagiorgioCZ because: grammar


So we will have solar maximum at 2012 after all (yikes)

a) The Sun will start some nasty show or

b) This is the peak of pretty weak maximum followed by weird reversal with signs of little ice age scenario and the Sun will lazy come back to spotless state. (goosebumps)
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I wonder how he kept his paint from freezing.........I guess he memorized the scene and went inside to paint by the fireplace?



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 09:49 AM
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It appears then that sunspot maximum is a little early. Other researchers think that sunspots will practically disappear for some after this cycle ends, work by Matthew Penn and William Livingston suggests this,

news.sciencemag.org...

It was projected for after 2016, but it now looks like that period will be brought forward. It is thought that weaker magnetic fields in the sun will be unable to produce sunspots, and this could be prolonged for some time. I does not mean forever, just a longer term part of the solar variable cycle. It could well mean a colder climate overall by about 1°

I should have added that the solar pole reversal is normal, as in the 11 year cycle. As long as the earth's own magnetic field can protect us, or in the first instance, plant life in this cycle, all should be fine. I would suggest asking NASA about the current state of the magnetosphere.
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posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 10:14 AM
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This all reminded me of a New York Times article from the 90s where the theory of a crystal structure made from iron lay at the center of our planet, and how it can be attributed to tiny fluctuations within Earth's magnetosphere, because it too has it's own magnetic field.

That was said from memory, though, and may be how I understood it, but this really stood out as potential data for our poles not necessarily splitting into a quadrupole situation, but rather what we are seeing are two magnetic fields no longer work in near tandem, but would have separated and continued to separate (for whatever reasons) and ultimately settle in this proposed set-up.

The implications of this are beyond me right now, but for now I think I'll try and find that article again.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 10:31 AM
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The poles have shifted before thats true. But keep in mind most people alive and everything they built was destroyed and I'm talking high civilizations just like us. Thats why I don't like 'ancient aliens' because they weren't aliens at all they were people like us who's every aspect of life was destroyed by the pole shift. The last one was 12,000 years ago and it destroyed the last of Atlantis. Do you remember? The survivors went to EGYPT and built the pyramids and stored ALL of Atlantis' knowledge there.

It will happen again, and only few will survive. The one's who are awake. The chosen one's.

The 'light of god' is what the solar flares are and it won't harm the people who are connected to the christ consciousness because their bodies have the ability to 'take the heat' while most in the world will die from it because they are asleep and unaware.
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posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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The sun's magnetic field is incredibly complex. I get the impression a lot of people think of it as being similar to a bar magnet running through the axis of a sphere - north (positive) and south (negative). Here's a video that shows a little bit of what kinds of things the field lines can do in the sun:



They get all twisted up and they reach a breaking point where they just kind of "snap" and pop back into a sane structure again.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by missiongal
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Your comment was very funny, and yes she's having a good day as she survived!!!

Last night I noticed the moon was in the west and normally here it's in the east, I did think it strange, and I don't know how to use stellarium either to see if my thinking was correct or not, I'm not much up on the skies at night kinda thing, but I think I can only put this down to the poles reversing, wow it's closer than we think hey, God bless us all.

Question? So do you think we'll have 3 full days of darkness as predicted? Just hope the power grid does not go down that'l be a bummer, no ats


It has nothing to do with any pole shift. The moon changed location because that is what the moon normally does and always has done.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 11:52 AM
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Question? So do you think we'll have 3 full days of darkness as predicted?


I can think of 3 things that would cause that:

1) Something completely obscuring the sun

2) The sun stops burning

3) The sun becomes a black hole and light can't escape

Magnetic changes won't cause any of these things.



posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 11:56 AM
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Three days of darkness is from the eclipse from the milky way galaxy to the Sun which happens on 12-21-12.





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