Every planet in our solar system has been exhibiting dramatic signs of climate change similar to those here on Earth. In short, global warming is occurring throughout the solar system and the cause is not earthlings’ selfish and insane polluting and wasting of their water, their air and the natural resources of the earth, but an escalating surge of electromagnetic energy throughout the Milky Way Galaxy. The origin of this energy is galactic, as we saw in the last post.
A Fire-Water Cycle
Notice that I omitted the fourth of the four creative forces of creation, fire. This is not by error but by reason of the fact that man may be able to pollute his water, his air and his earth, but he cannot pollute the fire of creation. And it is this last of the four forces that has been coming to bear at the end of a cosmic cycle of creation and evolution.This cycle of 25,527 years was called the Great Year by the Mayans and the end of it, in or about the year 2012, marks the dawning of the Age of Aquarius and the beginning of a new era believed by many to be a Golden Age, one that we are capable of, if not in position to, move into and thrive as a unified race of peaceful planetary citizens.
As a fire cycle ends, burning out the old, and a water cycle begins, bringing in the new, these two creative forces overlap creating steam in the atmospheres of planets and their moons — as well as in human affairs. As we’re noting in Wilcock’s investigations, atmospheric densities on the surface of these heavenly bodies have increased significantly over the last several decades — again, as it has done in the emotional climate around human affairs.
We are like cats dancing on a hot tin roof, and the dance floor is hotting up exponentially. This is the point of my visiting these cosmic and galactic events in this blog: hopefully to help us broaden our awareness so as to take in what’s happening in the energetic fields around us within the larger context of our journey through the cosmos. To use an old adage, things are going to get worse before they get better. Take heart, however, because a Golden Age is at hand.
Climate Changes on Other Planets
In the last post, we reviewed data relating to climate changes in our Sun and our closest neighbors, Mercury, Venus and Mars, as presented by David Wilcock in his thoroughly documented book The Source Field Investigations. Now let’s review the data relating to climate changes on the other planets and some of their moons. (Click on images to enlarge for better viewing)
Jupiter and Her Moons
- “Hot plasma was observed in Jupiter’s magnetic field in 1979, though it was not visible in 1974.
- Jupiter’s atmosphere was discovered by NASA scientists to be hundreds of degrees hotter than anticipated.
- The amount of heavy elements (such as oxygen) in Jupiter’s atmosphere decreased by a stunning 10 percent between 1979 and 1995. . . .
- Radiation emissions from Jupiter increased by about 25 percent between 1973 and 1995.
- In April 2004, a major new study announced the surprise merging of three different oval formations in Jupiter’s atmosphere, two of which were quite large. Without these vortexes in place, heat would not be released as efficiently and Jupiter might experience substantial global warming within the following ten years—a whopping temperature increase of 18 degrees Fahrenheit, or 10 degrees Centigrade.
- The same scientists also noted that the Great Red Spot has changed from its traditional red to ‘something more like salmon,’ and that this color change may be due to an overall increase in temperature.
- These changes are theorized to be part of a seventy-year cycle, which is believed to have started when the three largest ovals first appeared in 1939.
- “In 2006, the three ovals that had merged together in 2004 were now becoming a huge storm rivaling the Great Red Spot, further indicating a ‘global change’ in Jupiter’s climate.
- In 2008, two massive new storms emerged in Jupiter’s atmosphere that were hotter than any ever observed before. NASA announced that this was part of a ‘dramatic, planet-wide disturbance on Jupiter that is ongoing. The cause of the disturbance is yet to be explained.'” (Wilcock)
Jupiter’ moons also show signs of disturbances. Io’s ionosphere heightened by 1000 percent between 1973 and 1996, and its entire surface heated up by 200 percent between 1979 and 1998.
“New colors were seen in Io’s aurorae in 1998. Yet additional new colors were discovered in 2001. A doughnut-shaped tube of glowing plasma energy fills the entire path of Io’s orbit of Jupiter. Scientists think this tube is caused by charged particles spewing from Io’s volcanoes. The charged particles . . . became 50 percent denser between 1979 and 1995. The overall density of the tube increased by 200 percent between 1979 and 1995. A ribbon-like cold portion separated out and significantly brightened between 1999 and 2000.”
In 2002 Europa, Jupiter’s second large moon, was also discovered to have a tube of “‘surprisingly dense plasma'” trailing her that is not of volcanic origin. Ganymede, the third large Jovian moon, was found to have its own magnetic field “in defiance of all conventional expectations,” and has had a 1000 percent increase in atmospheric density since 1979, with a 200 percent brighter aurora.
“The fourth large moon, Callisto, was recently observed to have an aurora that is fully 100,000 percent higher in intensity than Jupiter’s own magnetic field in that area. A third plasma tube, bigger than Io’s tube and the one in Europa’s orbit, was discovered in 1998. In defiance of all mainstream thought, it rotates in the opposite direction of Jupiter itself. Counter-rotating fields are a basic aspect of the flowing interaction between the spin fields of space-time and time-space. . . . Similarly, in 2007, Italian scientists discovered that our entire galaxy has two different halos, composed of different types of stars, which are counter-rotating inside of each other. Our sun is part of one flattened halo of stars traveling at about twenty kilometers per second. A spherical halo of stars with a different chemical composition is counter-rotating at seventy kilometers per second.” (Wilcock)
Saturn and Her Moons
Between 1981 and 2008, the climates on Saturn and her moons have changed dramatically, suggesting a fundamental shift within them. Noted by NASA were such feature changes as . . .
- Saturn’s tube-shaped plasma cloud increased in density by 1000 percent.
- “Bright aurorae” at Saturn’s poles, the north one covering an “enormous area” which was thought should be empty.
- A 58.2 percent drop in the rotational speed of clouds at the equator, similar to what was see happening on the Sun, suggesting a reduction in the “flow of time.”
- “‘Massive'” emissions of X-rays from Saturn’s equatorial region….”
- Unusual dark areas in Saturn’s rings “called ‘spoke’ formations” appeared and disappeared between 1980 and 2004.
- In 2006 a “gigantic storm” on Saturn produced bolts of lightning 1000 times stronger than any seen on Earth.
- Titan’s atmosphere appeared to have had a 10-15 percent increase in size between 1980 and 2004 — perhaps even as much as 200 percent if NASA’s conservative estimates of Titan’s former atmosphere height at 250 kilometers are correct.
- “Inexplicable . . . fast-moving, bright clouds” in Titan’s southern hemisphere.
- In 1997 ozone atoms were detected on moons Dione and Rhea, signs of ionized plasma.
- “A ‘severe storm’ was seen for the first time near Titan’s equator in April 2008, blatantly contradicting NASA’s models and leaving scientists feeling puzzled.”
Now here’s the clincher on all this data. Not very much of these climate changes on the planets of our solar system are being driven by our Sun, at least not by the sun’s heat. Radiation of energy, not heat, is what’s driving them. Look at the image below and note how far away the Sun is, for example, from Jupiter and Saturn, not to mention Uranus and Neptune, which we’ll get to in the next post. And just forget about Pluto, although changes are occurring on this tiny “planet” way out there in the far reaches of the solar system. (click on the image to enlarge it).
We will continue this review of climate changes in the solar system based on David Wilcock’s Source Field Investigations in the next post, when we will report on changes on the farthest out planets of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Then we will consider the data on Earth changes in some depth, including some implications of these events relative to the evolution of human consciousness and current human behavior, probably in another and final post or two in this fascinating series. Until then,
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Images by NASA at www.solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets
View this clip for an explanation of the polar shift now underway: