The upcoming solar minimum is going to have an impact on our world, and there isn’t much we can do about it. Is the timing of these cosmic events synchronized with turmoil here on Earth? Remember the Hermetic Principle of Correspondence: As above, so below; as below, so above.
Looking around at society today, one can recognize and feel the tension of the American people, and it isn’t hard to see with about 1/3 of the country out of work, employment prospects dwindling, a lagging economy, and a general lack of faith.
On top of all that, now we have to worry about space weather events affecting our lives too.
According to NASA, “There are unique space weather effects that get stronger during solar minimum. For example, the number of galactic cosmic rays that reach Earth’s upper atmosphere increases during solar minimum. Galactic cosmic rays are high-energy particles accelerated toward the solar system by distant supernova explosions and other violent events in the galaxy. During solar minimum, the sun’s magnetic field weakens and provides less shielding from these cosmic rays. This can pose an increased threat to astronauts traveling through space.”
But what about the people on Earth?
We have already seen massive power outages all over the world for unknown reasons. It seems that we are already feeling the effects of the solar minimum even though the solar minimum isn’t expected to fully take place until 2019.
Aside from being blasted by cosmic radiation, people will also have to deal with temperature changes. It is predicted that this solar minimum will cause a drop in global temperature and it could be similar to the 1645-1715 AD Maunder Minimum, which refers to the seven decades, when the sun’s surface ceased producing sunspots and coincided with the Little Ice Age, a period of colder temperatures from about 1550-1850 AD in Europe, North America, and Asia.
A perfect storm is brewing with deteriorating conditions here on Earth, a large geomagnetic storm or a deep freeze could set us back hundreds of years.
If a Carrington Event were to happen, it would send an electrical charge down anything that can carry a current: cell phones, computers/laptops, headphones, vehicles, planes, transmission lines and power plants, appliances, pretty much everything we use in daily life.
The last time this occurred was in 1850. Societies were not as plugged in as they are now. One can only imagine the devastation that such an event would cause.
And if a deep freeze, a la Day After Tomorrow (predictive programming anyone?), were to occur it would be even more chaotic considering how many people all over the world are dependent on the monolithic agribusiness. Think about where people get their food. Do they grow it themselves? Even if the supermarkets are still standing after a catastrophe, there won’t be any tillable fields or favorable farming weather with which to grow food. How much of the population could sustain themselves?
Aside from this incoming solar minimum, there is also a coming full solar eclipse on August 21st, which will travel from the Pacific Northwest down to the Southeast, like this:
Another eclipse will take place seven years later and it will look something like this:
We haven’t had an eclipse like the August 21st, 2017 event since 1776.
Just look at the Time Wave Theory as developed by Terrance McKenna.
“…the “revealed” axiom that all phenomena are at root constellated by a wave form which is the hierarchical summation of its constituent parts, morphogenetic patterns related to those in DNA. … We argue that the theory of the hyperspatial nature of superconductive bonds, and the experiment we devised to test that theory, yielded … a modular wave-hierarchy theory of the nature of time that we have been able to construe, using a particular mathematical treatment of the I Ching, into a general theory of systems, which illuminates the nature of time and organism and provides an idea model which explains the interconnection of physical and psychological phenomena from the submolecular to the macrocosmic level.“
— Dennis and Terence McKenna, The Invisible Landscape, original (1975) edition, pp. 101-103
According to the Time Wave theory, everything is a reflection of its lesser, or greater parts, because certain mechanisms are dependent on each other, when one of them changes the other is affected as well.
The cyclical nature of humanity is quite visible when you chart out drastic changes or events.
“As above, so below; as below, so above.”
Here’s a chart showing the rise and fall of Chinese dynasties in their relations to solar minimums.
Are you freaked out yet?
The Fourth Turning is a part of a cycle, a period of change that brings about new beginnings. After looking at the evidence presented, the events of the cosmos could certainly embody what is happening here on Earth.