Two scientists on opposite sides of the world stumbled across incredible data that reveals one of the most terrifying cycles of history: a rampaging, unrelenting cycle of madness, mayhem and murder infecting Mankind and catapulting people into marauding mobs of crazed primitives.
What could cause such a cycle repeated throughout the Ages and seemingly inescapable?
What the American and Russian scientists discovered was that intense solar storms generating gigantic coronal mass ejections (CMEs) trigger conflict, wars and death on Earth.
Now a major new cycle has started, the CMEs are erupting, and the madness has begun.
The magnetic vortex of death
The planetary madness created by the sun gone crazy brings on spikes in suicides and murders, launches mass demonstrations, insurrections, rebellions, revolutions. Eventually it can lead to all out wars triggered by the magnetic vortex of death
There’s a reason for all this madness. Its cause was studied, analyzed and quantified by a revered scientist back in 1915. His groundbreaking research sent a warning call to the world—but few listened.
It’s the creeping madness that’s taken hold of many and will take hold of many more in the coming years: a sickness, a howling madness fueled by unnamed fears, anger, hatred and rebellion.
Interdisciplinary scientist Alexander Chizhevsky saw it all.
The genius named Alexander Chizhevsky
Almost a century ago, the Russian scientist Alexander Chizhevsky founded the diverse sciences of astrobiology, heliobiology, and historiometry. He liked to study cycles and brought his extensive knowledge of physiology, biophysics and astrophysics to the study of the sun’s cycles.
To Chizhevsky, solar cycles were a problem and presented multiple dangers to Earth, humans, and human technology.
Studying the sun’s cycles, he was able to correlate the data and show the link between the sun and Earth’s climate, and how the solar maximum and minimum cycles affects planetary life: specifically the functioning of the brain.
The scientist revealed that the geomagnetic field surrounding the planet was one of the primary influences of the entire biosphere.
Digging deeper into the data, he became first concerned, and then almost frightened, when he realized that intense solar storms deeply affects the cognitive process of human and animal brains, and the primal emotions.
He argued his findings showed geomagnetic storms cause terrible changes in the minds of populations, drive epidemics and insect infestations, affect weather creating monster storms, and leads to societal upheavals, civil wars, revolutions, and so on.
Does all this sound familiar?
Violent riots in London, England 2011
Professor Wheeler’s revelations
About two decades later, a proffesor from the University of Kansas, Raymond Wheeler, stumbled across Chizhevsky’s work.
Building upon the Russian scientist’s research, Wheeler created a numerically-weighted ranking system to separate wars and even individual battles allowing him to assess their duration and severity.
Italy goes mad as people destroy, maim and attack
He then correlated the reams of data he’d gathered with the 11-year sunspot cycle.
The results were revealing and horrifying.
Unrest, uprisings, rebellions, revolutions, and all-out wars between nations intensified when the 11-year solar cycle peaked. It was as if the intense magnetic upswing directly affected the human brain driving Mankind into deadly emotional tantrums and mindless killing sprees.
Tahir Square, Cairo Egypt 2011
When the sun went mad so did Mankind: assaults skyrocketed; murders increased; and bloody wars and rebellions erupted with sporadic fury across the face of the globe.
Wheeler’s research revealed the pattern spanned across human history as far back as 2,500 years.
Current solar cycle driving men mad
As the X-flares increase the sun becomes more violent. Expect greater violence.
More recent research has shown that the magnetic field’s interaction with human’s electrochemically driven brains also affects deep-rooted psychological mechanisms including the creation of anomalous hormonal swings and even significantly mutated brain wave activity.
The magnetic monster spurs general mass hysteria and an escalating, uncontrollable psychosis.
In other words, the world goes mad.
2011 as rampaging mobs roam Rome
Solar cycle number 24: Witches’ brew of madness, mayhem and mass death
Solar Cycle 24 has begun. NASA and other space agencies worldwide have been warning about it. The cycle’s forecast to be violent, unpredictable, and may even affect fragile 21st Century Earth technology.
Expected to surge as much as 50 percent more than the record-breaking solar cycle 23—that saw X-flares larger than any in history—this monster cycle is calculated to reach maximum intensity from mid-2011 throughout 2012.
It’s the worst possible solar cycle at the worst possible time. Expect more wars, more deaths, more countries toppled and populations displaced. It’s a witches’ brew of madness, mayhem and mass death.
Add to that grim scenario that fact that much research also has revealed that increased magnetic storms coupled with the magnetic pole shift and changing core of the Earth will likely lead to more natural disasters such as the catastrophe that hit Japan during March 2011, and gigantic superstorms.
Hell on Earth: The disturbing findings of Becker and Freedman
During 1963 another piece of the terrifying puzzle snapped snugly into place. And the picture it revealed may as well be from the depths of Hell.
Dr. Robert Becker and his colleague, Dr. Freedman, made an important—if unsettling—discovery. They proved intense solar activity leads directly to psychotic outbreaks and mass insanity.
So who is Becker? A far out crackpot or wild conspiracy theorist?
Not at all.
Becker was a pioneering researcher and leading expert in the field of biological electricity. Twice nominated for the Nobel Prize, Becker was also a full professor at the State University of New York, and a noted, accomplished science author.
He died in 2008 with a final warning to the world about the coming deadly years of 2011 to 2012.
Again, few listened. It’s a shame as more will die.