FOLLOW UP: Probability of Earth Changing Events Within 14 Day

Historical evidence indicates large significant Earth changing events related to a Full Solar Eclipse. A pattern of events falls within a 28 day ‘window’ – as in window of opportunity. My research exhibits a cluster of natural phenomena had historically occurred 14 days prior to an eclipse – or within 14 days after.

The reason for large events to occur prior to a solar eclipse is not yet fully known. I speculate it is related to celestial alignments whereas charged particles and electromagnetic plasma interacts with our Sun and planetary orbs, one of which is Earth.

Close to and during a full solar eclipse, it is the sudden temperature fluctuation which can cause a chain reaction. Producing a sudden and rapid shift in both the jet stream and ocean currents, can cause the destabilization of set seasonal patterns. Additionally, what is often referred to as Extreme Weather involving tornadoes, hurricanes, straight line winds, and wind shears is almost always related to shifting ocean and jet stream

Although temperature flux may be subtle, if tectonics are at their tipping point, it would not take much to set them off. Additionally, the rapid yet subtle temperature change can cause the expansion and contraction of Earth’s lithosphere, which could set off a chain reaction of tectonic slippage resulting in significant earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

Remember, the majority of volcanoes are submarine (ocean bottom); hence the rapid shift in ocean temperatures is also prone to set off a rippling effect which is often unpredictable due to the spider webbing tentacles which connect a system of mantle plumes and volcanoes.


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