Sunday, March 4, 2012

Validating December 21, 2012

Sal Rachele, "Earth Changes: 2012 & Beyond" Presentation for Austin IONS, January 10, 2012 from INACS on Vimeo.

In this video, Sal Rachele provides some additional details of what exactly we can expect to happen on December 21, 2012. Given this information, it should then be possible to validate whether these effects are in fact seen on that date. This in turn would give further validity to all of the predictions Sal and the Founders have made regarding the 2012 to 2030 transition period.

The specific prediction that I want to use for validating December 21, 2012 is given around the 11:05 mark, as transcribed below.

There is a very real possibility that we will lose our telecommunications systems during that three days. Because we're talking about a major spike downward in the polarity of the electromagnetic field. North pole will become a very weak north pole, south pole will become a very weak south pole. And they're tilting partially, it's not a complete flip. I've been told this is not going to be a complete reversal of the electromagnetic field, but it's a partial, about 40% and then it will eventually start to turn back.

In Canada, the last major geomagnetic storm occurred on March 13, 1989 as the result of a coronal mass ejection (see Wikipedia). Measurements of the magnetic field are taken every day at various monitoring stations around the country and made available on the internet (see Space Weather Canada). Below is a plot for that day and the day after.

These plots show the declination (D, the angle between true North and the horizontal component of the magnetic field), the inclination (I, angle measured from the horizontal plane to the magnetic field vector) and the intensity of the magnetic field.

Based on Sal's description, we should see something much more spectacular on these charts for December 21, 2012.

I've also downloaded the Android app Ulysse Gizmos, which includes a compass and magnetometer for real-time observation of the effects on that day.

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