Sun-Moon-Earth Magnetic Relationship
For most people, the moon is a lump of barren rock that provides us with moonlight, and is the cause of tides. Along with that, we know that gravity is less on the moon, allowing astronauts to take floating steps. Few people know that our moon has a magnetic field, just like the Sun and Earth have – meaning it isn’t as dead as it appears. These snippets are from Wikipedia, which states that the information is still speculative:
- Roughly once every Lunar orbit, the Moon passes through Earth’s magnetotail for approximately 6 days around full moon. More here.
- Interaction with the plasma sheet causes the Moon’s surface to become negatively charged.
- The moon’s dayside is lightly charged, while the nightside is strongly charged
The relationship is interesting. We have the Sun which has a magnetic reversal every 11 years or so, and in-between cycles the magnetic field varies quite a lot. We have the Earth and its wandering magnetic poles, and various magnetic anomalies. And our Moon which is dynamic, varying between day/night sides and whether it is passing through our magnetosphere.
These variations in all three bodies allow for change to occur, and it has been noticed that recently there is a possible connection between eclipses and earthquakes. The combination of gravitational and magnetic forces, when all three are in an alignment (an eclipse) seems to currently make a difference. If this trend is growing, then all sorts of earth changes could be heading our way, especially around eclipses.
An extra, possible dimension is electric. While I admire the large body of serious discussions regarding the Electric Universe (see the work of McCanney, Thornhill and Talbot), I have yet to spend enough time studying it to fully grasp the concepts. But it feels like a solid alternative theory to how the mechanics of the universe work. And it could be that the relationship between the Sun/Moon/Earth involves magnetic fields, gravitational fields and electrical forces. James McCanney said:
The [New] Moon moves in front of Earth, breaks that electrical flow [between the sun and Earth], and then moves out of the way. It gives us tremendous bombardment after that Moon moves out of the way, the first and second day after the New Moon. That’s the condition that has been identified as being one of the leading causes of kicking-off major hurricanes and storms. What it does is: The Moon is interacting with the solar electric field. It’s that CHANGE which causes the storms, and causes the environment around Earth to change, and thus affects Earth weather.
The proof could be seen soon. On June 1st and July 1st we will have solar eclipses. Splitting them in two will be a lunar eclipse on June 15. There are so many factors in play that I cannot be certain of increased earthquakes during that month, but I think it is a strong possibility. If there are 7.0+ earthquakes at that time, plus possibly volcanic eruptions and cyclones, then I will be suggesting that earth changes are here, and that their source has been determined.