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Alexandra Bruce
November 9, 2012

Start the day off right with some freaky evidence that the solar system is moving into a highly-charged area of space that is fundamentally altering the physicality of all of our neighboring planets, including our own.

I wrote about this at length in my last book: ‘2012: Science or Superstition’.

Here is a redacted extract from that section of my book:


Russian geophysicist Dr. Alexey N. Dmitriev, author of the 1997 scientific paper “The Planeto-physical State of Earth and Life,” claims that the Solar System is entering an area of space with a high concentration of plasma, which is leading to irreversible changes in the basic energy states to which we are accustomed, here on Earth:

“Effects here on Earth are to be found in the acceleration of the magnetic pole shift, in the vertical and horizontal ozone content distribution, and in the increased frequency and magnitude of significant catastrophic climatic events. There is growing probability that we are moving into a rapid temperature instability period similar to the one that took place 10,000 years ago. The adaptive responses of the biosphere, and humanity, to these new conditions may lead to a total global revision of the range of species and life on Earth. It is only through a deep understanding of the fundamental changes taking place in the natural environment surrounding us that politicians, and citizens alike, will be able to achieve balance with the renewing flow of ‘Planeto-Physical’ states and processes.”

In this 1997 paper, Dmitriev describes an increase in the kind of effects we have been discussing throughout this chapter, such as increased quantity of matter and energy radiating from the Solar Wind (which Dmitriev suggests is the major cause of Global Warming), the increased velocity of CMEs and geomagnetic field reversal. Dmitriev notes that these changes are being felt throughout the Solar System, with polar ice caps melting on Mars, increasing atmosphere on both Mars and the Moon and the increased luminosity and magnetic storm activity in our Solar System’s gas giants.

Dmitriev states that the causes of the Earth’s changing geomagnetic and atmospheric conditions originate from external, interstellar, cosmic space and that they’re an outgrowth of the “continuous creation that has shaped, and continues to evolve our Universe.” He says the present excited state of the Sun is present within the whole organism that makes up the Solar System; including all of its planets, moons, Near Orbiting Objects, as well as the plasmas, and/or electromagnetic mediums and structures, of Interplanetary Space. We will continue to see unprecedented energetic processes and formations on all of the planets and between their moons, and between the planets and the Sun.

According to Dmitriev, the Earth is in the process of a dramatic transformation due to the geomagnetic shift, which will effect compositional changes in the ozone, and hydrogen, saturation levels of its gas-plasma envelopes. He says that this is part of the transition into a new state and quality of Space-Earth relationship.

“…vast historical and statistical material has showed that Solar activity acts as an accelerator and moderator upon the whole biosphere, which manifests in the frequency and quantity of: births, deaths, harvests, epidemics, heart attacks, emergencies, bank crashes, catastrophes, suicides, population growths and decreases, etc.

“All of this places humanity, and each one of us, squarely in front of a very difficult and topical problem; the creation of a revolutionary advancement in knowledge which will require a transformation of our thinking and being equal to this never-before-seen…There is no other path to the future than a profound internal experiential perception and knowledge of the events now underway in the natural environment that surrounds us. It is only through this understanding that humanity will achieve balance with the renewing flow…”

The official view of accepted science, at least according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOOA, The U.S. Federal Agency that monitors the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere) is that, while it is clearly established that sunspots and CMEs have a direct effect on geomagnetic storm activity on the Earth, the jury is still out on whether these can (or do) affect the Earth’s climate (or crime rates, etc.).

Astronomers generally agree that the Solar System has been passing through an interstellar cloud that is known as the “Local Fluff,” for 44,000 to 150,000 years and that we will continue to traverse it for another 10,000-20,000 years. There are numerous reports from reliable sources about climate change occurring on individual planets in the Solar System but I haven’t found any Anglo-American scientific sources referring to these phenomena as “Solar-System wide” (though they clearly are) and I’ve seen no major source attributing the cause of Solar System warming to a rough patch we seem to be hitting in the Local Interstellar Cloud. It will be interesting to see how this story develops.


Many statements in Dmitriev’s paper sound a lot like those proposed in the “Electric Model” of the universe, also known as Plasma cosmology. As with all alternatives to the Big Bang model, it is referred to as a “non-standard cosmology.”

“The two major pillars of modern cosmology are based on the theory of relativity and quantum theory and yet, as Einstein himself noted, the two are incompatible.

“And that may be because the two theories deal with matter, as if its only consequence is the bending of space. The Electric Universe, on the other hand, deals with the electrical structure of matter at the subatomic level, and works its way up, through living systems, if you like, planets, stars, galaxies and the entire universe and it shows that it is the electrical structure of matter that forms these amazing shapes we see in deep space…Magnetic fields are threaded through space in all dimensions, through the solar system, on the surface of the sun, between stars, within galaxies and even between galaxies.”

This alternative cosmology is presented in a documentary film called ‘Thunderbolts of the Gods’, viewable online for free as of this writing. The fundamental assertion of Hannes Alfven, one of the theory’s main proponents, is that electromagnetic forces are equal in importance with gravitation on the largest scales. This view is considered to be heretical by the mainstream, though Alfven received a Nobel Prize for his work on this in 1970. Alfven’s biography, posted on the Los Alamos National Laboratory website, says that many of his ideas have played a central role in the development of several modern fields of physics and astrophysics, yet they were “dismissed or treated with condescension” for most of his career because they were so ahead of their time. “Alfven’s theories in astrophysics and plasma physics have usually gained acceptance only two or three decades after their publication.”


“Contrary to what one might imagine, sunspots are the coldest features of the Sun. An unsolved problem in classical physics is an explanation of why the Sun’s surface temperature is 6,000 degrees Kelvin, yet high above the surface in the corona, the temperatures range around 2,000,000 degrees Kelvin, in violation of the second law of thermodynamics. Such a radical deviation from this law requires an equally radical explanation.

“The Plasmic Model holds that the Sun is electrically connected to the rest of the Galaxy and that it receives its energy from the Galaxy, acting as a focus for that energy.

“The question has been, ‘How do we get the energy from the center of the sun, somehow past that surface to heat the upper atmosphere of the sun to millions of degrees?’

“In the Electric Model, we don’t have that problem, because if we have the energy arriving outside of the sun, the first place you’d expect to see that energy expressed is above the sun and its tenuous atmosphere. That is the place where particle acceleration occurs and the apparent temperature is very high, indeed, up into the millions of degrees…”

I find this way of looking at the planetary bodies’ relationship to each other to be quite fascinating and I encourage all of those likewise interested to check out this documentary and the related websites.


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Links can be found in the citations for the three videos above.

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