Since 2009, the magnetic influence of Planet X on Earth's magnetosphere has been consistently documented, illustrating the lineal increase of magnetospheric anomalies that can only be explained by the steady approach of a powerful magnetic presence in the inner solar system.

MAGNETIC TWIST and SEVERE COMPRESSION

Magnetic twist and severe compressions occur when the magnetic fields of Earth and Planet X temporarily form an end-to-end alignment, where the magnetons flowing out from Earth's magnetic poles cannot return to Earth because they are subsumed by the larger magnetic field of Planet X.

Severe compression of Earth's magnetosphere began occurring in 2009, with only 5 incidents between May 2010 and April 2011.  These anomalies are now happening on almost a daily basis, often multiple times within a 24-hour period.

References:

ZetaTalk: Severe Wobble

ZetaTalk: Magnetic Twist

Magnetosphere Deformations and Earth Wobble Effects

Real Time Magnetosphere Data – Reading Between the Lines

SEVERE TURBULENCE

"Particles, flowing from the Sun and coming around behind Planet X, tumble into the void in front of Planet X and roil. This tumbling action keeps the Earth and the other planets caught in the eddy flow from leaving this trap. That an eddy flow of magnetons has formed behind the Earth, for the first time, shows that the blast coming from Planet X is stronger, covering a vast area around the Earth, so these magnetons have no escape!"  ZetaTalk: November 27, 2010

Since that first minor eddy was observed within Earth's magnetosphere in November 2010, magnetospheric turbulence has increased in severity and regularity.  Once again, what was a rare magnetospheric anomaly has become a frequent occurrence.

Reference:

Magnetospheric Turbulence

DEFORMED INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD (IMF)

"The Earth’s magnetic field is regularly deformed by the Solar Wind coming from the Sun, from the right. But what would deform the Sun’s magnetic field? We have described the time of the Pole Shift as one during which Planet X could so supplant the Sun’s magnetic influence on the Earth that Planet X, aka Nibiru, is the only voice the Earth hears. At present it is trying to listen to both, primarily to the Sun, but during the daily wobble, also giving credence to Planet X." ZetaTalk: August 10, 2013

Since a deformed IMF was first noted on BATSRUS in 2013, this too, has become an ever-increasing phenomenon occurring in front of Earth's bowshock - more compelling evidence of a powerful magnetic presence within the inner solar system other than the Sun.

Reference:

BATRUS bowshock


Below is a summary of these magnetospheric anomalies since the beginning of March 2014.  Note the distinct increase in each phenomena as the month progresses into early April.


MARCH 1st - Severe compression

 


MARCH 2nd - Deformed IMF


MARCH 4th - Magnetic twist, severe compression


MARCH 7th - Deformed IMF


MARCH 13th - Severe compression


MARCH 14th - Severe compression


MARCH 15th - Severe compression


MARCH 16th - Deformed IMF


MARCH 18th - Two severe compressions, magnetic twist

 


MARCH 19th - Severe compression

 


MARCH 20th - Prolonged severe compression, severe turbulence


MARCH 21st - Severe compression


MARCH 22nd - Two severe compressions


MARCH 23rd - Magnetic twist, severe compression


MARCH 24th - Two severe compressions, severe turbulence


MARCH 26th - Four severe compressions, magnetic twist


MARCH 27th - Severe Compression


MARCH 28th - Severe turbulence


MARCH 29th - Severe compression


MARCH 30th - Two severe compressions, severe turbulence, deformed IMF


MARCH 31st - Severe turbulence, magnetic twist


APRIL 1st - Severe compression, deformed IMF


APRIL 2nd - Two severe compressions, magnetic twist


APRIL 3rd - Deformed IMF, severe turbulence


APRIL 4th - Magnetic twist, severe compression


APRIL 5th - Severe turbulence, deformed IMF


See also:

Manic Magnetosphere, Silent Sun

Cover-up Games: Magnetosphere Data Hide and Seek


Sources

http://iswa.ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/

http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/ace/ace_rtsw_data.html

http://www.lmsal.com/solarsoft/last_events/

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Comment by Howard on May 17, 2014 at 1:58am

Severe compression and magnetic twist on May 16.

Magnetic twist on May 15.

Turbulence and severe compression on May 14.

Deformed Interplanetary Magnetic Field on May 12 and 13.

Severe compression and magnetic twist on May 10.

Comment by Howard on May 10, 2014 at 3:31am

Severe turbulence followed by a prolonged severe compression with magnetic twist on May 9.

Severe compression on May 7.

Comment by Howard on May 7, 2014 at 3:17am

Severe turbulence on May 4 with severe compression and magnetic twist on May 6.

Comment by Howard on May 3, 2014 at 7:43pm

Magnetic twist on May 1 and 2 with a prolonged severe compression that lasted nearly 24 hours.

Comment by Howard on April 20, 2014 at 10:25pm

Severe compression and multiple magnetic twists on April 19.

Severe turbulence with a prolonged severe compression and magnetic twist on April 20.

Severe turbulence and magnetic twist on April 21:

Comment by Howard on April 19, 2014 at 12:45am

Magnetic twisting and severe compression of the magnetosphere over the past 25 hours.

Comment by Howard on April 11, 2014 at 3:38am

Severe compression and magnetic twist on April 9, 10 and 11.

Severe turbulence on April 11th:

Comment by Howard on April 8, 2014 at 4:14pm

BATSRUS animation of magnetospheric turbulence and a deforming IMF on April 8:

Magnetic twist, severe compression and a deforming IMF on April 7th:

Magnetic twist, severe compression and a deformed IMF on April 6th:

Comment by Janis Langdon on April 8, 2014 at 3:29pm

Again, you have documented what a lot of us see and aren't able to put it in a format to awaken others.  Thank you, Howard.

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