Magnetic Pole Continues to Shift
In case you have been wondering what is going on with the Earth’s magnetic pole, there is news.
The south magnetic pole is relatively steady. The north one continues its shift.
According to a recent article in NY Times we can conclude that the Earth’s magnetic field continues to weaken and we now know this about the movement of the north magnetic pole: “Throughout most of the 20th century, it drifted at roughly 6 miles per year. In the 1980s, magnetic north picked up speed, and by the year 2000 it was traveling at 35 miles per year on the way out of Canada.
“Then, in 2015, the pole actually slowed to 30 miles per year. So when the team issued the most recent magnetic map, scientists predicted that the speed would continue dropping — only it didn’t.
“Just after the model was released, the north magnetic pole picked up momentum again, and now it is fluctuating at around 35 miles per year. In late 2017, the pole crossed the international date line into the Eastern Hemisphere.”
What does this mean for us? While the shift affects navigation devices that have to regularly get recalibrated and airport runway signs that have to be repainted, we do not know how exactly it is affecting us. We do know that a weaker magnetic field means that solar and other cosmic activity might affect us quite a bit more here on Earth.
I believe the shifting of the Earth’s magnetic pole inevitably affects many aspects of our being. Could we really be not affected by this shift? If your own electromagnetic field is so intimately connected to the one of the Earth, we are definitely impacted. I personally believe that every single atom, every cell of our body, and every particle is affected.
The shifting of the pole could be also a lot like a shift of the Assemblage Point of the whole planet. This is big.
Are we headed for a pole reversal (AKA pole shift)? It surely is possible and has happened multiple times in the past.
One way or another, the world is surely changing a lot more than we might realize.