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Alexandra Bruce
September 28, 2015

In 1997, Russian geophysicist, Alexei Dmitriev published a paper, which was translated into English as, “The Planetophysical State of the Earth and Life,” in which he stated that the Solar System was starting to move through an area of space with more charged particles, which were causing irreversible alterations to its planets.

This event was inducing excited energy states in all of the planets and in the Sun, as well. The measurable effects on Earth could be seen in the acceleration of the magnetic pole shift, in the distribution of atmospheric ozone, and in an increase in the frequency and magnitude of climatic events.

Dmitriev surmised that there was a probability that we were moving into a rapid temperature instability period, similar to the one that took place 10,000 years ago, when our current 6th Extinction began suddenly, resulting in the swift demise of the Northern Hemisphere’s megafauna (mammoths, saber-toothed tigers, massive ground sloths and many other animals most people don’t know once populated the North American Continent, including gigantic species of lions and camels).

He noted the increased luminosity of the gas giants in our solar system, the melting polar ice caps of Mars and other effects that are virtually being ignored by scientists in the Anglosphere. I remember reading an article acknowledging this phenomenon in an American scientific journal only once, a decade later, in 2009, which stated that the Solar System was passing through a high-plasma area of space that was unprecedented, since the time our science had been measuring such things.

He postulated that the Earth’s biosphere and humanity could only adapt to these new conditions through seeking a deep understanding of these fundamental changes taking place in the natural environment surrounding us and that politicians, and citizens a like, would be able to achieve balance with these changing states and processes.

Instead, we have proponents of anthropogenic global warming and carbon-trading derivatives schemes, which saddle the blame for this incipient climate change entirely on human activity and the implementation of subtlely genocidal programs, such as the UN’s Agenda 21.

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