On February 25, Earth's magnetosphere underwent grueling contortions for over 15 hours with multiple severe compressions, high-density particle blasts and severe turbulence.  Absolutely no case can be made that attributes such a relentless onslaught to be the result of solar activity.  

If it's not the Sun, then clearly a powerful magnetic influence resides in the inner solar system, aka Planet X, per the Zetas' many warnings and prolific prediction accuracy.



September 21, 2013

"We explained when sunspot activity was surprisingly low during the solar minimum, in 2008, that this was due to the S Pole of Planet X being pointed toward the Sun. The S Pole is a magnetic intake, sucking in magnetons, so this has a quieting effect on the Sun’s surface. Sunspots are inherently magnetic storms, as mankind is aware. This all was contrary to NASA’s predictions, which were for a highly active solar cycle. Now an even larger embarrassment is at hand, as during their predicted massive solar maximum the Sun is still virtually asleep. Time to admit the presence of Nibiru, aka Planet X, which explains it all!"


August 6, 2011

"Magnetospheres are fluid and plastic, as the simulation of Earth's magnetosphere shows. The Sun's dominant magnetic field pushes the Earth's field so it is lopsided, leaning away from the Sun. In like manner, the Earth's magnetosphere is being twisted by the influence of Planet X, in the extreme. Planet X is coming between the Earth and Sun, and coming closer. As numerous examples captured by Nancy and the Pole Shift ning team have shown, the Earth's magnetosphere is twisting and often merging into the magnetosphere of Planet X."


September 2013

"This is the height of the 11-year solar cycle, the so-called solar maximum. The face of the Sun should be pockmarked with sunspots, and cataclysmic explosions of X-rays and particles should be whizzing off every which way.

"Instead, the Sun has been tranquil, almost spotless."


November 2013

"Scientists say that solar activity is stranger than in a century or more, with the sun producing barely half the number of sunspots as expected.

Based on historical records, astronomers say the sun this fall ought to be nearing the explosive climax of its approximate 11-year cycle of activity—the so-called solar maximum.

"There is no scientist alive who has seen a solar cycle as weak as this one."








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Comment by M. Difato on May 28, 2019 at 4:02pm

The evening of May 26, 2019 T23:11 UTC the ISWA Interactive Timeline and Magnetosphere cygnets showed a strong hosing of magnetons from Planet X. 


Magnetic twists and severe compressions were frequent throughout much of May 27, 2019.

Ionospheric Electric w/Polar Cap

SpaceWeather.com with out reason to blame the Sun during this solar minimum left trying to explain this event with terms like a " CME-like disturbance " .

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Comment by Howard on November 2, 2018 at 3:48am

2 weeks without any sunspot activity and only minor solar wind expected, solar wind velocity registers at nearly 1200 kilometers per second.




Comment by M. Difato on October 24, 2018 at 5:15pm

Despite almost no solar activity the BATSRUS Magnetospere Cygnets showing a magnetic blast during a strong compression. 

 Below is a GIF of the Ionospheric Electric w/Polar Cap Cygnet with hours of missing frames (offline) this morning (Oct 24) T00:53 - T09:25 UTC.

 The 7 frames randomly displayed are showing a Polarity Increase.



 Souces: https://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov/IswaSystemWebApp/


Comment by M. Difato on October 4, 2018 at 4:47pm

Solar wind was recorded at 1,122.6  km/sec October 3, 2018. There is also 2 other images of high velocity Today Oct. 4, but the readings do not match.




Comment by M. Difato on July 17, 2018 at 5:48pm

 This event from yesterday (July 16),  Note the Plasma reading lower right.


Here is the Magnetopause for the same period.

The usual games of removing the entire 12:00 hour has become the norm with many of the ISWA tools.

Comment by Howard on July 17, 2018 at 4:04pm

Almost 3 weeks without any solar activity, yet the solar wind was recorded at nearly 1,000 km/sec earlier today. 

Typical solar wind speed is around 400 km/sec.




Comment by Howard on February 26, 2016 at 3:18am

Startling contortions of Earth's magnetic field as depicted by BATSRUS today during a period of very low solar activity. 


Comment by Howard on December 1, 2015 at 5:04am

Magnetospheric contortions and severe compression during Nov 28-29 despite flatlined solar activity.

Comment by Howard on May 29, 2015 at 3:48am

BATRUS modeling showing a contorted magnetosphere with increased particle densities around it since May 25, despite reports of "flatlined" solar activity.

Comment by Howard on February 14, 2015 at 7:15pm

Magnetic twist and severe compression today while solar emissions remain flat-lined.

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