Study Guide for Solar Revolution: Why Mankind is on the Cusp of an Evolutionary Leap

by Dieter Broers

Copyright 2012

Chpt 1. The Sun: Heart and Mind of Our GalaxyEdit

In recent years, patterns of solar flare cycles have been discovered using supercomputers, and they coincide with the periods in the Mayan calendar.

Tzolkin calendar (260 days)

Haab (360 days and 5 so-called “nameless” days make it essentially the same as the modern lunar calendar)

Long Count, (based on astronomical calculations of the solar year, and in terms of our calendar extends from 3114 BC to December 21, 2012— which is also the end date of the Tzolkin calendar)

We are currently experiencing an increase in solar activity, along with a weakening of the Earth’s electromagnetic fields— and a weakening, also , of the heliosphere, the protective sheath of energy put out by the Sun.

Carrington event refers to an extremely powerful solar storm that was observed in 1859 by British astronomer Richard Carrington. Northern lights were visible from the Rocky Mountains to Cuba (which is not normally the case) and the collapse of the telegraph system . This so-called white-light event is the strongest known event of this kind. In 1989 a solar storm knocked out power in the entire province of Quebec. A similar event occurred in Sweden in 2003,

It is still a mystery how the Mayans were able to create calendars that could forecast astronomical events, such as the orbits of Venus and other planets, so accurately.

The correlation between solar activity and human behavior has been scientifically proven in The Mayan Prophecies, by two Canadian authors, Maurice Cotterell and Adrian Gilbert. The Mayan Prophecies demonstrates association between solar cycles and the rise and fall of kingdoms, shows direct temporal association between specific solar activity cycles and political changes , from the Babylonians to the Mayans to the Romans.

José Argüelles makes the point that Mayans understood that all suns in the universe rotate around a center, namely the Hunab-Ku, or “heart of the cosmos.” According to José Argüelles’s interpretation, the enormous black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy will subject the human race to an immense “Galactic Synchronization Beam,” as Argüelles termed it, around the year 2012.

central sun = black hole; our solar system travels around it every 225 million years.

In recent years an exceptionally large amount of activity has been observed in this center which, to the consternation of scientists , does not square with their current picture of the universe. One manifestation of this phenomenon is radiation that has been detected at increasingly short intervals and that “is directed at the Earth like car headlights.” 2 This radiation, which is referred to as gamma ray bursts (GRBs), chiefly originates in the farthest reaches of our galactic center (black hole). 

Argüelles described a “Galactic Synchronization Beam” that is emitted by the central Sun at certain times and affects the Earth’s electromagnetic environment and our level of background radiation, spurring evolutionary changes and mutations. This beam also calibrates the mental and psychic existence of human beings by setting off vibrations in them that are transmitted via the Earth and the Sun, and that are emitted by the central Sun, an enormous black hole or Hunab-Ku. Modern astrophysics says during a solar storm, massive amounts of gases known as plasma are emitted from the solar corona. These “mass coronal projections” spew hot plasma into space at speeds amounting to millions of miles per hour. The particles that compose hot solar plasma carry an electrical charge, and if these particles enter the Earth’s atmosphere, they can provoke magnetic storms and polar lights —which in turn affect the geomagnetic field and thus all life on Earth, all the way down to the cellular level.

We humans are extremely susceptible to cosmic electromagnetic forces and gamma radiation. Human DNA apparently exhibits a property that acts as an “antenna” for gamma radiation. Our DNA contains carbon crystals that react to radiation like a resonator. Moreover, all of the atomic elements of our DNA have the capacity to pick up electromagnetic energy like a radio antenna, whereas the carbon crystals amplify incoming electromagnetic signals, which is a mechanism we know from broadcasting technology. And pretty much the same thing happens with our cells, whose structure enables them to receive electromagnetic signals from the cosmos. Furthermore the resonance frequencies of gamma ray bursts (GRBs ) are the same as those of the elementary particles of our atoms, thus setting the stage for far-reaching changes in our bodies and brains that probably also include complete restructuring in both.

A beam of radiation , emitted from the center of the Milky Way and synchronized with the solar cycles, could transform— in a sense, reencode— the double helix of our DNA.

Quantum physicist Brian Swimme stated that actions and worldviews (i.e., the mindsets of entire cultures ) are determined by the properties of galactic tides whose code may have been received and transmitted by the Mayans both mathematically and symbologically. Swimme furthermore observed that one could posit that an electrodynamic exchange occurs between solar electrons and human electrons. 3

1963: American physician Robert Becker of the Albert Einstein Hospital in New York demonstrated a direct correlation between mental disorders and cosmic events, in that the number of patients admitted to psychiatric hospitals was found to increase significantly during particularly severe solar eruptions. Also reported that solar wind–magnetosphere interaction and extreme susceptibility of hospitalized psychiatric patients coincided down to the minute.

Dogon of West Africa believe that a new era will soon be upon us, and they developed a calendar cycle that is apparently going to end shortly. According to traditional Dogon beliefs, the God Nommo created the world 25,000 years ago, and humankind has been evolving ever since, from Ur-humans to Homo sapiens.

In Western Christian tradition, it is believed that the Last Judgment will be the arbiter of who survives the apocalypse.

Chpt 2. What's Up With the Sun?Edit

Sunspots, which have a temperature roughly 2000 ° C cooler than the remainder of the Sun’s surface, denote clusters of magnetic-field lines that originate within the Sun. These lines indicate the presence of magnetic-field disturbances and of massive explosions that occur in the Sun’s chromosphere, which stores magnetic-field energy. Eruptions in the Sun’s chromosphere are referred to as “flares.” Particularly violent flares give rise to “solar storms” that spew charged particles (plasma) into space. Plasma travels at speeds of millions of miles per hour, and provoke disturbances in the Earth’s magnetic field on impact.

The SOHO (Solar spacecraft— a project that cost NASA billions of dollars— has eight cameras with varying orientations that takes pictures of the sun.

Sun is subject to an 11.3-year cycle Current solar cycle has unusally weak activity. Weak solar activity weakens the Van Allen belt (zone of high energy protons, consists of electrical particles that stem from cosmic radiation and solar winds, protects the Earth from cosmic radiation).

Broers was following an exceptionally massive solar storm, but Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) 304 camera satellite images showed no sunspots. When he also looked at results obtained from SOHO (Solar and Heliosopheric Observatory, solar spacecraft with 8 cameras of varying orientations that takes pictures of the sun, has instrument that measures magnetic disturbances and shows sunspot activity on the far side of the Sun using a Michelson Doppler Imager (MDI) and abrupt-wave images), he saw the far side of the Sun exhibited an extremely high level of activity that was not seen on the images of the Earth side. Also saw a massive object that disappeared within 30 min. Some of my colleagues are convinced that this “object behind the Sun” is the so-called planet X, and probably Nibiru.

“Alarmstufe Nord” (an article by Hubert Filser and Axel Bojanowski in the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung that described the interplay between the magnetic forces inducing change on our planet): allude to fluctuations in the Earth’s magnetic field that are induced by changes in the behavior of the geodynamic process that maintains our planet’s magnetic field from below the Earth’s crust. The evolution they describe willculminate in a magnetic reversal. This process has already started: the magnetic North Pole is moving toward Russia at an alarmingly rapid speed, which the German research institution Geoforschungsinstitut Potsdam puts at six to nine miles per annum. This means that the magnetic North Pole will have shifted to Siberia in fifty years. This will weaken Earth’s magnetic field. If the two poles really do flip, the Earth’s magnetic field would probably disappear altogether for a brief period. This, according to the authors, would have cataclysmic consequences. The Van Allen belt would be destabilized, and since it is the Earth’s cosmic radiation shield, all life on Earth would be bombarded with untold amounts of radiation. The ozone layer would also be adversely affected, resulting in a higher incidence of various types of cancer. What’s more, the Earth’s temperatures would drop considerably owing to the thicker cloud layer that would be induced by the disappearance of our magnetic field.

Since measurements began 170 years ago, Earth’s magnetic field has grown roughly 10 percent weaker.

Earth’s magnetic field loses 6.6 percent of its strength per century, although this rate varies considerably from one region to another.

South Atlantic Anomaly: over the South Atlantic between Capetown and Buenos Aires, the magnetic field already exhibits egregiously feeble areas which, according to Geoforschungszentrum Potsdam’s Stefan Maus, are “almost 50 percent weaker than we expected.” 15 Such zones are subjected to extremely high levels of cosmic radiation.

It takes solar-storm particles a mere three days to reach the Earth.

The Earth’s magnetic poles flip about every 500,000 years, although the last reversal occurred 750,000 years ago,

Chpt 3. The Sun: Our Redezvous with Destiny?Edit

Besides our physical bodies, there is an additional layer that surrounds us as unique as a fingerprint. The air around us and water that we swim in are part of our extended physical sphere. We emit a whole range of force fields, including IR. There is constant communication between our own electromagnetic field and the electromagnetic fields given off by people, animals, plants, and the things around us.

Relationship between humanity and the cosmos, which interact with each other via electrical, electromagnetic, electrostatic, and geomagnetic fields. 

Solar activity (charged particles) affects not only Earth’s geomagnetic fields, but also its electrostatic fields. Between the ionosphere and the Earth’s surface are electrostatic fields whose strength varies according to how many charged particles enter the ionosphere via solar winds. When the charge in the ionosphere reaches a certain threshold value, a discharge occurs in the form of lightning (a “short circuit” in the ionosphere). The lightning generated by thunderstorms creates permanent electromagnetic waves around the globe known in meteorology as “atmospherics” or the shortened form “sferics,” whose strength is measured in frequencies ranging from several hundred hertz up to a maximum of 10 kilohertz. Lightning generates various electromagnetic fields, or sferics. When large numbers of particles discharged by the Sun reach the Earth’s ionosphere, the incidence of lightning increases . Sferics were instrumental in the process that originally gave rise to life— namely the generation of amino acids, which are the building blocks of life. Experiments conducted in rooms shielded from virtually all natural force fields show that biological systems lose their viability in the absence of these fields.

Every particle in the universe, whether it be an atom, an electron, or a molecule, continuously emits and receives force fields— which are the mediums that hold the cosmos together. And we humans also emit and receive force fields that keep us connected to the cosmos at all times and allow us to receive energy and information from it.

Sun light affects our mental state, as manifested, for example, by the higher incidence of clinical depression during the winter months in northern climes. Effects of solar wind–magnetosphere interaction are more complex,--> geomagnetic disturbances --> ranging from sleep disturbance to suicidal tendencies, hallucinations or mood swings. What’s more, NASA researchers have observed an association between geomagnetic disturbances and heart attacks, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), and a number of other clinical disorders.

We human beings are extremely able receptors of force fields, and thus in some ways are also dependent on these fields, with which we interact and which alter our own energy fields.

Soil magnetism: In 1950 The geophysicist Otto Meier demonstrated that this effect was induced by electrical current in the soil. 18 A colleague of Meier’s, Horst Wiese, then showed that this effect can be used for technical purposes , like electromagnetic depth sounding. 19

Kp index unit of measure for geomagnetic activity A recent study that was published in New Scientist provides precise data on the correlation between solar storms and health . 20 In this article, Oleg Shumilov, director of the Russian Institute for Industrial Ecology, reports the following: “Investigations of geomagnetic fields were conducted between 1948 and 1997 . Contrary to expectations, the data showed that there was a significant increase in mood swings and suicides on days when the strength of the geomagnetic fields was most intense.” 21 The study also demonstrated that the pineal gland is mainly responsible for such reactions. The pineal gland is an endocrine gland that develops from a part of the brain known as the diencephalon. It is located in the epithalamus and regulates the production of the hormone melatonin , which controls the circadian rhythm (among other things) and is often used as a jet-lag medication. Columbia University psychiatrist Kelly Posner is quoted as follows in the New Scientist article: “The most plausible explanation for the association between geomagnetic activity and depression and suicide is that geomagnetic storms can desynchronize circadian rhythms and melatonin production.” Posner also points out that geomagnetism can affect the circadian rhythm—which is controlled by the pineal gland— so severely that mental disturbances may occur. “The circadian regulatory system depends upon repeated environmental cues to [synchronize] internal clocks,” she says. “Magnetic fields may be one of these environmental cues.” 22