Does The Sun Influence Our Consciousness and Our Historical Events?

Everything within the universe is connected. Through this interconnectedness, everything
affects everything else. From the dawn of human spiritual experiences
to present-day scientific discoveries, the reality of oneness and interconnectedness
has continued to permeate as a recurring aspect of existence within the vastness of what we
refer to as Reality. We are realizing, with a continuously-growing
conviction, that change and transformation, whether it be in society, consciousness, or
otherwise is directly affected by other elements of our universe that have the ability to affect
us in transformational ways. These connections, which many times are unable
to be seen through the limited field of human awareness act as two-way portals and tunnels
through which energy particles and fields travel through. This may seem like something out of a sci-fi
story but has time and time again been proven to be a very genuine part of our reality. Researchers have long known that the Earth
and the sun must be connected. Earth’s magnetosphere (the magnetic bubble
that surrounds our planet) is filled with particles from the sun that arrive via the
solar wind and penetrate the planet’s magnetic defenses. They enter by following magnetic field lines
that can be traced from terra firma all the way back to the sun’s atmosphere. In 2008 it was publicly stated that there
are magnetic portals that connect the sun’s magnetic field with the earth’s. A year earlier scientists uncovered an elaborate
and vast web of cosmic filaments hundreds of millions of light years long that connect
galaxies to each others. Not only are the sun and the earth linked
with each other but so are galaxies light years upon light years away. Distance is no obstacle for the interconnectedness
of our universe. The energetic particles produced at the Sun
in flares seldom reach the Earth. When they do, the Earth’s magnetic field prevents
almost all of them from reaching the Earth’s surface. The small number of very high energy particles
that does reach the surface does not significantly increase the level of radiation that we experience
every day. The most serious effects on human activity
occur during major geomagnetic storms. It is now understood that the major geomagnetic
storms are induced by coronal mass ejections (CMEs). Coronal mass ejections are usually associated
with flares, but sometimes no flare is observed when they occur. Like flares, CMEs are more frequent during
the active phase of the Sun’s approximately 11 year cycle. The last maximum in solar activity, the maximum
of the current solar cycle, was in April, 2014. Coronal mass ejections are more likely to
have a significant effect on our activities than flares because they carry more material
into a larger volume of interplanetary space, increasing the likelihood that they will interact
with the Earth. While a flare alone produces high-energy particles
near the Sun, some of which escape into interplanetary space, a CME drives a shock wave which can
continuously produce energetic particles as it propagates through interplanetary space. When a CME reaches the Earth, its impact disturbs
the Earth’s magnetosphere, setting off a geomagnetic storm. The Russian scientist Alexander Tchijevsky
put together the histories of 72 countries beginning at 500 BCE and culminating in 1922
within the present era. He constructed an Index of Mass Human Excitability,
in which he found that 80% of the most significant human events occurred during a 5 year period
surrounding the peak of solar activity. What this discovery shows us is that when
solar-geomagnetic activity is changing the fastest, it has the greatest potential to
affect our moods, behavior patterns, creativity and trends. His thinking was probably influenced by the
striking observation that two Russian revolutions of
the early 20th century (in 1905-07 and 1917) and several major European revolutions of
the 19th century (in 1830, 1848, and 1871) occurred
in the years of maximum solar activity. To justify his conviction, Chizhevsky scrutinized
the available sunspot records and solar observations comparing them to riots, revolutions, battles
and wars. He found that a significant percent of revolutions
and what he classified as “the most important historical events” involving “large numbers
of people” occurred in the 3-year periods around sunspot maximums. Getting back to the sun and the earth, we
come to a very significant and important realization…that solar flares have a direct effect on everything
that exists on our blue home planet and even human consciousness. The sun has such incredible power that it
is able to send solar flares shooting into the Earth’s atmosphere and affecting its
electromagnetic energy field, as well as affecting each person’s electromagnetic energy field. There is a positive side to the increase in
sun activity. Periods of increased solar activity don’t
just correlate with societal unrest, but also give rise to innovation and enhanced imagination
in architecture, arts and science. The old social structures which are not helping
humanity become more consciously evolved might be replaced with more suitable and sustainable
models. Above all else, this is a time of opportunity
and possibility and the chance to use these rushes of energy to create humanitarian advances
and a sustainable living environment. We are all affected slightly differently by
these cosmic forces, such as solar flares, which is why one person may be affected negativity
whereas another in a more positive way. In order for us to not get into such a downward
spiral, we need to identify the negative emotions before we are able to resolve them. If our electro-magnetic energy field is weakened,
we become more likely to be significantly affected by the increasing solar activity. The solar flares and photonic waves emanating
from the sun are changing the fabric of our physical reality as they exert a powerful
effect on our physical cellular level, causing our cellular memories to awaken and clear. Unprocessed emotions from past traumas and
experiences are stored in the form of low frequency energy as cellular memories. Photonic waves from the sun consist of higher
frequency energy that serves to elevate the lower emotional frequency of our cellular
memories. As these cellular memories are re-calibrated
to the higher frequency, we may find ourselves spontaneously releasing the lower emotions
of sadness, anger, and grief, without knowing why. These sudden periods of ‘release’ may
last up to twenty minutes, and may also include the sensation of the body heating up in the
form of a “hot flash”. It may feel like a surge of unexpected feelings
has surfaced from out of the blue, and have just as suddenly dissipated. Something that each and every one of us can
do is to increase the emotional balance and coherence within ourselves. Harmony is essential in times of chaos. This will enable us as individuals to use
these influxes of energy to our advantage. When we raise our internal coherence, we can
positively affect our personal relationships and our social environment, which will also
be positively reflected in the collective consciousness of humanity. Let’s use this period of increased solar
energy to create great opportunities for positive social transformation.

One Reply to “Does The Sun Influence Our Consciousness and Our Historical Events?”

  1. Hi from Brazil. Wonderful docmentary. Please, try the legend translated to portuguese or spanish..

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