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  • Posted by jack1776 4 weeks ago
    It’s a very interesting theory and I'm seeing multiple unproven theories all tying into this disaster cycle of 12,000 years. I’ve been watching Ben’s YouTube channel for a few years, even though he can get negligent on the details because he gets right to the point.

    The mini-ice age cycle that is associated with the larger sunspot cycle is what got me into this stuff. Dr. Valentina Zharkova released a peered review paper on the cycles of sunspots and the correlation to mini-ice age conditions on earth. Her theory predicts a mini-ice age coming now and over the next 30 years.

    The reduction in sunspots, the earth’s reduced magnetic fields, the earth’s pole shift are all real undisputed facts. It seems like its intentionally not covered in the major media channels.

    The 12,000 year disaster cycle is also a known cycle but unrecognized by academe, if they did, they would have to acknowledge they don’t know what the hell they are talking about. The 12,000 cycle is coming to an end now…

    This all gets deeper from here with less credible theories but nevertheless, it seems like something is upon us within our lifetime.

    A episode of Ben’s You Tube channel covers the effects of increased cosmic radiation on the human body due to the reduced magnetic field around the earth. What I fine interesting is the increased in heart arrhythmia and increased mental conditions, both we are seeing in the news in spades right now.
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    • Posted by $ 4 weeks ago
      Read his book: The Next End of the World and read all the facts and documentation to your hearts desire.

      I followed Ben from almost the beginning after seeing an infographic of our journey above and below the galactic equator as we travel with everything else around the milky way...something told me then that this grand cycle had to be 12,000 years in duration. The infographic showed where in a clock wise fashion we here on earth experience immense disasters.

      It all came together for me in that moment and by golly, my insight turned out to be right.

      Note that NASA, GODDARD and SOHO have many scientists that have investigated these very same occurrences.
      The ancients weren't blowin smoke,..these things really happened and now we can put science and documentation to prove it.
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    • Posted by fairbro 3 weeks, 6 days ago
      Mental health conditions - caused by a huge rise in psychotropic drug usage, both legal and illegal, while a huge rise in obesity may be a cause for increased rates of heart arrythmia.
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      • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 6 days ago
        But just as valid is the effects of high doses of cosmic radiation upon the body and brain due to our weakened magnetic shielding.
        Remember the end times of the 1/2 cycle of Noah's flood...everyone went wackado!

        Also to complicate matters,..don't forget the JAB!
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  • Posted by JohnJMulhall 3 weeks, 6 days ago
    I am reminded of the hoorah around the end of the MAYAN calendar. Is this part of the end/new beginning??
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    • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 6 days ago
      In a sense maybe but that was the point at which our solar system got above the galactic equator and our sun became vulnerable to the magnetic wave of dust and debris coming from the center of the Milky Way. It is that accumulation of dust that sets up our sun for the Big Sneeze, so to speak.

      Seeing that the magnetic reversal, the crustal shift which. once again will take Greenland and the north and south polar regions to the equator, and the insult added by the Micro Nova, will take out much, if not almost all, civilization; much of animal and plant life along with most of us...A new 12,000 year cycle begins.

      There is a shit load of good pier review science accumulated since Early 19th century expedition to the north pole and since the late 50s/60s when some of that information was published.

      With today's technology we've pretty much got it nailed down.
      The Ancients were not blowin smoke, they lived it and passed it on the best way they knew how.

      Ben's supplemental book: The Next End of the World, tells all we know now, the history and all the scientific proof one can handle.

      The book of Enoch tells the story of these cycles and the Nephilim idiots. He stated that this present cycle would be the worst mankind ever experienced. Great accomplishments yet with great evils.

      ...and it might be why the global DELETE are acting up the way they are...their end is near.
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      • Posted by lrshultis 5 days, 7 hours ago
        This does not seem to be what you are referencing in your second paragraph:

        https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sci...

        Also the angular momentum considerations and plate tectonics would rule out any polar movements to the equator. There can not be a complete crust shift of the Earth's crust.
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        • Posted by $ 5 days, 7 hours ago
          They know that you don't need a two star system to trigger a micronova,..the galactic current sheet will do that for you.
          See suspicious0bservers/youtube or (.org)
          read: The Next End of the World/ Davidson
          Tons of documentation and resources; and an easy read to boot.

          It's more than the plates. Think Olivine and how it reacts to electrical overloads. High doses of electrical current down through the mantle (thanks to the sun) will release the crust from the mantle which will cause it to rotate to where ever in order to rebalance itself...that's probable way to simple. You'd have to read and catch up on all this work.
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  • Posted by $ Dobrien 4 weeks ago
    Thanks Carl my brother. Ben is an amazing researcher. The bottom line best course of action in this world is to live each day to its fullest. The end of all our worlds is inevitable, The timing is the unknown.
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    • Posted by $ 4 weeks ago
      Best current estimates have it somewhere 2035-2045. Ben expects that we will loose our electrical grid way before the micro nova. The estimates are judged by the speed of magnetic poles to meet each other at the south Atlantic anomaly. Both poles have left the polar regions.

      ...and yes, enjoy life while we can. I wanted to survive but that is not possible...just hope the Best of us do and the worst of them do not.
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      • Posted by $ Dobrien 4 weeks ago
        I am happy when I get to spend time with family and friends. That’s my daily plan ++++++++plus.
        15 years and I’m 80 , I would not go under ground to live, but the sharing of this Earth Shattering information should stay above ground and spread far and wide
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        • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 6 days ago
          I'd be 85 and I doubt I'd make it till then and my area of the county would be devastated...would need a big sail boat in the yard ready to go surfing the big wave.
          You'd have to worry about the Great Lakes sloshing around and we'd all have to worry about the instant freeze and impactors from the sun during the micro nova.
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  • Posted by $ Stormi 3 weeks, 3 days ago
    I have been following this for a couple years now, but am seeing DC stick to the CO2 crock, are they that dump, or are they hoping we are? Ut seens we are given one distraction after another, be it climate, space aliens, or Covid19, we arer led away from thruth rather than toward it.
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  • Posted by fairbro 3 weeks, 6 days ago
    When I was a little kid in the 50's, we didn't have a TV (Thank you, God!), but my father showed us filmstrips on Fridays. One covered the last "Ice Age," with mile-high glaciers covering half of North America, but what I remembered was he said it repeats every 20,000 years. So I never believed Al Gore's arrogant assumptions about the human origins of climate change.

    But what other variations in climate are there? And how are they caused? By solar system movement through different areas of our galaxy? How does the sun work, anyway? There have been no long-term studies of any possible variations in behavior of good ol Sol, just as there were few studies done with the Covid "vaccine" - a word whose meaning the CDC recently decided to redefine so it fits whatever chemical concoction it really is.

    Climate change research is limited by the range of the instruments measuring it, our sensory limitations to understand the universe, and by pre-conceived notions from an increasingly corrupt "science.".
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    • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 6 days ago
      Earths weather, climate and cycles is about to change by revisiting good science once again.

      The studies of Cycles and catastrophism was confounded just like our language, our natural health care and our history...we are revising the way inwhich we approach science back to a time when honest investigation ruled the day.
      We have amazing tools today inwhich to revisit anomalies in the geological record and ancient texts that we once thought were impossible to know.

      Your Dad was partially correct. It wasn't till we looked at sedimentary records did was start to get accurate timelines. These timelines were misstated on purpose to throw us off...but also by individuals that were just looking for instant fame and recognition.
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  • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 6 days ago
    Safe Zones in the Disaster | Best Estimations

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgckp...
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    • Posted by $ blarman 3 weeks, 6 days ago
      I found most of this to be almost too vague to be useful. Would have been a lot more useful if the maps actually showed inundation areas similar to these from Washington:
      https://wadnr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/in...

      Or these from Oregon:
      oregongeology.org/pubs/tim/p-TIM-over...
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      • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 6 days ago
        It's a work in progress which needs some Hydrologist applications. But we know from geology the Great Waves could not breach the Rockies and possibly the blue ridge mountains which makes ocean water inundation about a mile high. the further inland at higher elevations, naturally don't see as much devistation as the coastal areas. My part of the country will be under a LOT OF SEA WATER.

        What we've done in the absence of such studies is applied geological history...also hoping that, like every other 12Ky cycle, not the worst that history shows us.

        PS...the second link doesn't work.
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        • Posted by $ blarman 3 weeks, 5 days ago
          Apologies about the second link. It was a link off here: https://www.oregongeology.org/pubs/ti.... Not sure why it isn't working now.

          Edit. Actually, I figured it out. For some reason the link address copied without the https:// on the front end. As almost all websites have gone to being secured, unless that's on there it won't resolve.
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          • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 5 days ago
            I suspect that at some point going forward we'll see maps like that. A word of caution, we also have to consider the interior structure of the earth, it's like a skeleton and some of it will remain and other areas collapse. It will all change, some areas will sink and other areas raised.
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            • Posted by $ blarman 3 weeks, 1 day ago
              Possibly. I guess this struck me as being incredibly amateuristic in comparison to their normal fare which is detailed and well-supported.
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              • Posted by $ 3 weeks, 1 day ago
                We only started this investigation 5/6 years ago and it took a long time and many people to vet the original info out but it did show other scientist that it's time to let everyone know what they have known for quite a while.
                As I stated, there are a LOT of variables and it is very hard to predict what parts of the world will survive and what parts won't...we can only give you the big picture and what we know for certain from history and known data.
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