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Earth & Solar Changes

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Date: Monday - May 12, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: Mitch Battros, James McCanney

Author & researcher Mitch Battros discussed his work on the history and current state of earth changes, including the Sun/Earth connection and the implications of Solar Cycle 24. We'll see an escalation of earth changes and extreme weather as we move into this solar cycle, and there'll likely be a mass migration of people moving inland from coastal areas in our lifetime, he said.

There are four major earthquake 'swarms' currently active, running from Alaska to Mexico and these could be related to plate shifts in the Cascadia Subduction Zone, he noted. Ancient texts suggest certain patterns to earth changes, a kind of "science of cycles," said Battros, who believes the Mayans were attuned to such cycles.

He noted that Solar Cycle 24 will be reaching its apex around the start of 2012. Solar changes and geomagnetic storms have an affect on the magnetic field around us, he pointed out. An increase of charged particles can affect people's psychological being, in both positive and negative ways, he added.

Solar Eruption

First hour guest, physicist James McCanney commented on recent solar activity, noting its similarity to a volcanic eruption. He further suggested that the sun may have a solid core.

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