Sunday, December 13, 2009
I keep running across interesting correlations with geomagnetic storm activity and earth events from natural disasters to bombings to UFO sightings and ghostly appearances. What’s with that?
Let me explain. Geomagnetic activity occurs far above the earth, electrical activity in the upper atmosphere, protons, electrons, buzzing around. It is why we’re able to see the Northern Lights and travels along the Van Allen Belts (picture above).
When trying to find common similarities between nights where I have a successful ghost hunt and ones that are (pardon the pun) “dead,” I discovered no correlations with humidity, temperature, moon cycles, but I did find a 100% correlation with geomagnetic storm activity.
Then, I began to wonder, why is “Ghost Hunters” so lame this season and most of the last one? Hmm… I looked it up and in 2008 there was a serious decrease in activity, almost no storms at all or warnings, then this year almost none whatsoever. In the very great seasons of the show, we were at the peak of almost nonstop activity geomagnetically.
If you look at the charts above, you’ll see one from July 2004 filled with activity, warnings, and electron fluxes (very typical from back in the 1990s through to 2008). The one from November 2009—nothing, which is how the whole year has been. The site I use to archive is found here.
I started to wonder about events and how they correlate. Here’s what I found when I started looking up things…
Phoenix Lights/UFO mass sighting: March 13, 2007: during an electron event.
Terrorist attack 9/11/2001: Magnetic K-index of 4, warnings and alerts.
Indonesian Tsunami: December 26, 2004: Alert and warnings.
Hurricane Katrina: August 29, 2005: K4 sudden impulse
London Bombing: July 7, 2005: Electron Flux
Iraq War: March 20, 2003: Watches and alerts
Saddam executed: December 30, 2006: Electron Flux
Anthrax events begin: September 18, 2001: Radio Burst, flux, sudden impulse, K-index of 4.
These are only some that I randomly looked up. I wrote down events and looked them up and found zero that weren’t linked to activity geomagnetically. What are the chances of that?
Is it possible that such events and bursts can create electrical activity within the brain to make a person considering doing something—actually do it? Create tension within the earth to release weather/tectonic activity? Make an apparition suddenly visible?
Could it even be that with the right geologic location and burst of geomagnetic activity—an event is recorded as a residual haunting?
We’ve talked before about HAARP research in Alaska and its study of the ionosphere. What do you suppose those antennae do to the geomagnetic activity? If it’s been running a lot since 2008, I’d say it deadens it. Hmm… Do you suppose they know that? Could it even be the intention? Here’s another interesting tidbit I found out when I was studying electron flux—a condition that I’ve found has a really high incidence when the most paranormal activity is occurring: “The electron fluxes in the lower Van Allen Belt have changed markedly since the 1962 high-altitude nuclear explosions by the US and USSR, never returning to their former state. According to American scientists, it could take many hundreds of years for the Van Allen Belts to restabilize at their normal levels.” . What we can assume from this is that these factors in our upper atmosphere can really be affected by everything from solar activity to possibly man’s interference.
Hope this starts a discussion about the correlations. If you’re feeling ambitious, feel free to use the link above and see if you can find big events and their geomagnetic storm activity that day. I’d love to hear from ya’all.
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