by Montalk
September 23, 2009

from Montalk Website

 

 


Back in January 2009, I looked into correlations between planetary positions and flu pandemics.


Another thing I checked was correlation between planetary positions and solar activity like sunspots and coronal mass ejections (CMEs). It quickly became clear that Jupiter and Saturn were the main players, with Uranus and Earth providing a lesser role.

According to David W. Allan, itís not the mass of the planets so much as their magnetic fields that determines solar activity. This makes perfect sense when you look at the data. His other article goes into greater detail.

To accurately predict solar activity, one would need to model the magnetic field of the main planetary contributors and how these fields combine within the sun. I donít have the data to make such a model, but I can still look at a solar system simulator and see what planets are where, whether their north magnetic poles are angled toward or away from the sun, and determine a window of time in which solar activity ought to be heightened.

For instance, Jupiter on one side with north pole toward, and Saturn on the opposite side with south pole toward the sun, would create a strong magnetic circuit going through the sun, which will stimulate sunspots and thus solar flares. Same with Jupiterís (or Saturnís) relations with Earth and Uranus, although those alignments are weaker in their effects.

So from my analysis in January, it looked like the sun could become active in August/September 2009.

 

In early February I made mention of it here where I said,

ďThe sun will wake up in late August to early September of 2009 and spit out some nice flares.Ē

Then in early July, I posted more information accompanied by the following graphic to show upcoming alignments relevant to solar activity.

 

 

 

 

So with today being September 23, 2009 there ought to be some resurrection in solar activity. The sun has been unusually quiet for more than a year.

 

As I wrote in the July post,

ďThe biggest field contributers are Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus. For years these have been out of any significant alignments. Only starting this late summer and fall is it getting interesting again.Ē

Here is the current screenshot from spaceweather.com:

 

 

 

 

This alignment is weak.

 

Just enough to stir up the sun, but nothing like what happens during an actual solar peak because the alignment between Jupiter and Saturn is mediocre:

 

 

 

 

Therefore, the sun ought to quiet down again once the other September alignments pass.

 

Now fast forward to late 2010 and early 2011:

 

 

 

 

 

As you can see, Fall 2010 through Spring 2011 should have high solar activity because Jupiter and Saturn are aligned.

 

That means lots of sunspots, solar flares, and geomagnetic storms.

 

This also means disruptions to the jet stream, increased tectonic activity, extreme weather, and hyper-dimensional effects like perturbations of human consciousness and increased likelihood of tension, conflict, and stress.

 

Others have written about this as well, see for example this article by Buryl Payne.

Of course, there have been solar peaks in the past and the world is still around; thatís not the issue. The issue is the conditions and context in which this next peak will take place. For example, view it in context of what others like Gerald Celente are predicting for the years ahead (below video).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All this does is help narrow down the timing, for those who wish to know.

This is the reason why Iím posting about the planet/sun correlation, because it predicts when the next solar peak ought to occur, and thus when the next major intensification of human-human tensions ought to take place.
 



UPDATE

I wrote a program to calculate the angular separation between Jupiter and Saturn. Zero and 180 degree separations correlate with the center of all solar cycles going back several decades.

 

So with that, Iím able to predict the characteristics of Solar Cycle 24.

 

It is as follows:

  • Spring 2010: start of upward slope

  • Fall and Winter 2010: first peak

  • Spring 2011: central point of cycle

  • Summer 2011 to Spring 2012: second peak

  • Summer 2012 to Summer 2013: downward slope

The initial upward slope is steep, peaks, dips a little around the central point, then peaks again, and starts sloping downward more gently. So the second half is extended compared to the first half. Thatís why the second peak and downward slope last longer than the first.

During the downward slope, solar flares and sunspots grow less frequent, but with potentially stronger X-class flares even though they are fewer and farther between.

 

During the last cycle, the downward slope was well underway by 2003 when some whopper sunspots and flares appeared. This corresponds to mid 2012 to mid 2013 in the upcoming cycle.

We could see a major CME event around this time, which if strong enough could knock down the electric grid and make things all the more interesting. Visit empcommission.org to read a government-funded study on how society would be affected.

Itís worth noting that military black projects ought to have enough computing power to accurately predict (but not reveal to the public) when the next major CME event will hit, when electric and communications infrastructure will go down.

 

This would allow them to prepare far in advance and capitalize on that knowledge. Maybe they would need widespread blackouts to conduct questionable operations that could not be pulled off under the light of media and internet awareness.

 

Timing of the next solar peak should indicate when such a scenario is likely to manifest.