Braden Magnetic

From where we are in relationship with that source of energy, this has a huge effect on planet Earth. Sometimes we are far beyond and are somehow tilted and the effect is minor. Sometimes we’re closer or we are inclined towards her and the effect is greater.On December 21 of 2012, we have a shot in a straight line – a linear trip, without obstructions caused by any other planet or any other body in the solar system where we have direct access to that field of energy.Do question: However, mean that the magnetic poles are going to change and that we are going to have three days of darkness?Gregg Braden: There is no scientific evidence to support that.Question: I am glad to hear that.Gregg Braden: There has been much speculation about that. The magnetic poles have certainly been invested in the past. I can tell you as a former geologist that we can observe that in the geological record, 14 times in the last 4-1/2 million years ago.Before, each time that the magnetic poles are invested, these had weakened to some extent before the occurrence of the investment. Even though we’ve seen a decrease on the strength of the magnetic field of the earth over the past 100 years approximately, however is much more elevated the measurement you need to revert to the probability of this to happen in the next three years between 2009 and 2012 or until even a year or two later, seems to be a chance of low weight. We have so many other things that worry us.Question: there are new discoveries showing that we can think of time as an essence that continues the same rhythms and cycles that govern everything from particles to galaxies? Can we think of these things that happen in time as places within cycles?Gregg Braden: The basic point is that time is essentially a wave that is moving in one direction.

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