Alex Ansary, Outside the Box TV - Mid June 2019
I think the research I'm doing on the solar maximum cycle and periods of heightened geomagnetism activity compliments the other important research now being done on the solar minimum influence over major disasters like the flooding and crop disruption that we are seeing now. I don't know what the long term solar cycle holds for us, but in our lifetimes major blasts from the Sun will be increasingly affecting our world and in a solar minimum the earth's magnetic field is weaker and less solar radiation opens up our solar system to harmful forms of radiation as the heliosophere shrinks. This opens up a world of vulnerabilities.
Here is what is happening now in solar minimum for June of 2019. Corn futures hit a 5 year high as flooding hits the midwest as talks on a deeper trade war with China makes center stage. One Oklahoma farmer lost 1 million dollars worth of crops due to floods. Another headline reports that floods that hit in March will continue to affect the economy. Some effects of the solar minimum can be positive. Arizona has become free of short term drought in many areas. Colorado has been suffering from a severe drought in recent years but now reports declares a full recovery of 99 percent which is hard to believe but the state is much green this time. Glass over a foot tall that I've never seen growing in the last few years now dominates my yard area. The winter brought record snow fall and local rivers are at record heights. Other flowers not usually seen have made a appearance. Denver is reporting the coldest June temperatures since 1983.
I can confirm concerns about the devastating impacts of solar minimum while also looking at signs of nature having it's own balance and it's better for humans to learn to be in alignment with the cycles, accepting that the modern machinations of production cannot force all seeds to sprout and produce food or to grow the same way, the same can be said about our lives. So far my primary focus has been the perceived solar influence through geomagnetic storms but there are other factors like cosmic rays and other blasts of CMEs from other stars to consider now. In a solar minimum we are affected more by these energies.
Spaceweather.com has reported on a 18 percent increase in cosmic rays on the west coast by using weather balloons released into space in northern California. There has also been sharp increases in political violence along the west coast especially since 2015. The cosmic ray study indicating a 18 percent increase traces the years 2015 to February of 2019.
Studies on possible human behavioral response to cosmic rays are hard to find but studies linking the damaging effects of radiation such as cancer and other health complications have been conducted and released to the public as scientists have raised alarm. Why would mental health be unaffected if physical health is?
Levels of mindless violence appear at random more often during times that the field shifts and I sense thse major solar, lunar, and other known and unknown influences drive elements of our society mad while breakthroughs, transformations and overcoming tribulations are reoccurring themes.
The overall concern of a solar decline is meet by my own concern about a return to the dark ages and that that entails whereas larger solar cycles like those coming out of the minima usually see some kind of Renaissance of the thinking arts, consciousness, technology and social evolution especially with regards to justice. The polar opposite, all out slavery and a apathetic population which can be seen reoccurring during solar minimums, the periods of greater apathy in society. So being a media guy since 2004, oh yeah there's a subtle but clear cycle of people waking up and going to sleep. Perhaps this is why I'm putting the bullseye, the focus on the timeline where we may be at our most powerful, as we climb out of the solar minima, and enter the new magnetic direction/polarity of solar cycle 25.
In a world where researchers like me often get pegged as all doom and gloom – obsessed with world destruction – I challenge this fallacy, by highlighting the powerful collective solutions that humanity has always had within. The cycles bring back the reoccurring struggle of freedom vs. slavery in a similar way that He-Man and Skeletor clash in a mighty battle of wills and energies in the end scene of Masters of the Universe. He Man appears to represent the solar deity rescuing the earth goddess Sophia from the darkness of the archons.