Earth’s Magnetic Field Shifting? Geomagnetic Storm Or Something Else? (prepare - prepare - prepare)

Submitted by Quest-News-Serv... on Tue, 03/19/2013 - 17:27.

The Earth's magnetic field is fluctuating greatly today. Take a look at how the magnetic lines for our planet look today and compare that to how they are supposed to look directly below it. What in the world is going on to cause this shift? Our planet is a gigantic magnet. Are recent solar storms to blame? Something appears to be hitting us from the South. You can check out our magnetic field yourself via the real-time Magnetosphere-Ionosphere. This is causing a lot of interest for those who like to discuss and study this sort of thing, with several theories being thrown about including the approach of an unknown planet or body from the South or the beginning of another axis/pole shift. Check out the picture directly above the video below of what our magnetic field looked like on March 11th, 2011, the day of the Japan Earthquake that caused our axis to shift, according to NASA. This has been an ongoing phenomena for many hours throughout today. The video at the very bottom of the story lays out a very interesting theory of an approaching object from the south which will soon be visible in the Northern hemisphere as of June 2013. Are we to completely discount this theory?



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