According to an article at SalemNews.com, titled Magnetic Polar Shifts Causing Massive Global Superstorms by Terrence Aym, we are in for some nasty weather changes. The idea is that earth’s northern magnetic pole is shifting rapidly with the result being superstorms. I think we can all agree that after last year’s disastrous storms and earthquakes something is definitely wrong. In my opinion these magnetic field changes make sense given how the disasters are earth as well as weather related. From the article:
The Earth’s northern magnetic pole was moving towards Russia at a rate of about five miles annually. That progression to the East had been happening for decades. Suddenly, in the past decade the rate sped up. Now the magnetic pole is shifting East at a rate of 40 miles annually, an increase of 800 percent. And it continues to accelerate. Recently, as the magnetic field fluctuates, NASA has discovered “cracks” in it. This is worrisome as it significantly affects the ionosphere, troposphere wind patterns, and atmospheric moisture. All three things have an effect on the weather.
What caught my eye was that the shifts can affect the ionosphere, troposphere wind patterns, and atmospheric moisture. The troposphere is the one closest to earth at about 10 kilometers. Next is the stratosphere. Each can change in height according to the temperature. The atmosphere is comprised of many layers including the ionosphere up to the exosphere at 700 kilometers. Jet streams move in the stratosphere at around 100 miles per hour. Suppose there is some sort of disruption between the layers being caused by the magnetic shift. Would this cause the loud sky roaring that we’ve recorded many times on this blog. We’ve determined in this post here, that these sounds have occurred in the past. There have been so many videos posted I’m convinced they’re accelerating in frequency. I’m not a scientist but perhaps if you’re an expert on the atmosphere you can expand or dispute my theory.
Sky roars aren’t sexy like metallic sounds but they’re the real deal. No one noticed these videos below because we were all too amazed by the plethora of fakes.
First up we have one from Badajoz, Spain on Jan 18th, 2012. The witness says there was no storm or thunder. Just a hum from the sky. It’s a classic sky roar. What makes this one significant is that the roars are always described as being constant, but stopping and starting suddenly, and this is the best example I have of that happening. The poster has a suspicious description and tags, but I am pretty sure it’s real. After all, he didn’t make a Kiev fake did he? Sky roars aren’t sexy. MORE AFTER THE JUMP…
Next we have one recorded on Dec. 24th, 2011 at 4pm, next to the Campus of Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. The sound was heard in the distance and lasted 20 minutes. I can’t see any reason this isn’t legit but it could be anything. They thought it was interesting enough to record it. I won’t say this is a twin to the one above but the fact they happened a few weeks apart, only three hours from each other, certainly makes a strong case that the sky is a roarin’ in Spain.
The video below was recorded in Supia, Colombia, January 2nd, 2012, around 6pm. It lasted 30 minutes with breaks. Saying it had breaks is a good clue that it’s real. They claim it’s happened before and sounded like an aircraft turbine.
Record Jan. 5th in Vina del Mar, Chile. They say it resembled ” a thousand planes”. It’s a bit faint but this one has a twist. A helicopter shows up toward the end of the video. They claim it circled three times as if looking for something. That’s interesting because it implies the sound was heard within a particular area. Did someone call the authorities? If so, what did they expect to find.
I couldn’t resist the video below. A YT blogger tries to make a connection between sky roars and chemtrails. Last summer brought weird skys, lights and sounds. The shadowed clouds in this video are truly disturbing.