THE ESCHATON SEQUENCE
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Natural and human disasters, global acts of political, economic, religious and military terrorism, domestic violence, and the rumors of war are not only triggering post traumatic stress, but it is producing some parapsychological effects on the populace – virtually no research has been done in parapsychology on the effects of traumatic experiences on peoples’ lives and how it affects perceptions of religious faith, precognitive dreams of an apocalyptic future, mental manifestations and geological effects on the planet.
There have been many people who have expressed concerns about the Earth and whether or not it can sustain us in the near future.
There are also concerns about magnetic shifts and how there are external contributing factors that may be effecting that magnetic field on the planet. Something that may explain why many people are having paranormal experiences or having feelings of impending doom.
People who are actively interested in parapsychology and have had experiences they interpret as paranormal or transcendent report that these experiences have enhanced their spiritual beliefs and well-being.
Some see these catastrophic events as a soul salvation which they use as a foundation for faith in an eschaton that promises them deliverance from an external savior.
The faithful declare that what we are seeing are portents, signs and wonders for the possible fulfillment of the apocalypse.
These end of the world ideas are generally a combined result of more than one anomalous experience and a larger number of experiences are associated with greater effects.
Fear apparently is a relatively common initial reaction to paranormal phenomena, and events that appears to be apocalyptic but eventually the events become less paranormal and more normal.
If we begin to see these catastrophic events as normal, then the new norm is an indication that the dispensational end of days are upon us.
This belief is very strong with people and one can only wonder if the catastrophes we are seeing are a response to the sequences of apocalyptic thoughts that strike up worries about the law of attraction.
The law of attraction is the belief that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts people can bring positive or negative experiences into their life. The belief is based on the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from “pure energy”, and that through the process of “like energy attracting like energy,” it is merely a new age form of cause and effect – what we focus on will eventually manifest in short order.
We are living in a trauma paradigm that is creating real victims and generating real thoughts of a horrific end to the existence of mankind.
I can’t help but wonder if the initial trauma paradigm is the answer to this paranormal or apocalyptic butterfly effect because I can’t express enough how things are becoming downright peculiar, more so than it has in the past.
Scientists and journalists make the simplest of scientific concepts sound incredibly complicated. They have also set agendas that approximate the arguments for climate change and hope that you forget that it was once called global warming. The media is also banking on the ignorance of the populace when they try and blame earthquakes and volcanic activity on climate.
Simple differences between climate, weather, geophysical studies and seismology have been blurred in a way that there should be a new scientific nomenclature where we can lump it all together.
Now I know that religion provides us with eschatology and end of the world studies, but perhaps there needs to be a kind of apocalyptic science, where we can apply science to apocalyptic vision and whether or not the world is deteriorating in a way that the mystics and prophets have written about.
In its 4.5 billion–year history, life on Earth has been almost erased at least half a dozen times: shattered by asteroid impacts, entombed in ice, smothered by methane, and torn apart by unfathomably powerful megavolcanoes.
Every day we take most disasters in stride because they are expected on a planet that is never quiet.
When it comes to natural disasters, we have a million and a half of them every year, when it comes to earthquakes we have about three every minute. We see magnitude 5 quakes every six hours, a major quake every 3 weeks. They usually happen right on schedule and the reality is that while we see small earthquakes happen all the time, the event of high magnitude quakes in populated areas are on the increase and their intensity have also increased.
The intensity of North Atlantic hurricanes and the number of Category 4 and 5 hurricanes have increased since the 1980s.
Once again, headlines, news stories, videos and even movies stir up those dispensational fears of an extinction level event that will signal the end of our civilization.
Nothing’s older than a fear of the apocalypse. Popular stories about the apocalypse date back until at least The Epic of Gilgamesh, a Mesopotamian poem featuring a world-ending flood and a vengeful god, written around 2100 BC.
Many see the fields of science and religion as opposing sides in the war to accurately describe how the world works, but their relationship is far closer than you might think. Practitioners of both science and religion seek to discover what is true, and although they go about this quest through different means, their paths sometimes cross.
One of those crossings may just lie in predicting the end of the world.
The Bible is full of descriptions of possible world-ending events, and it’s common to see Christian leaders speaking often of the impending end with fervor and urgency. What’s interesting is that, as of late, the scientific community has been sounding strangely similar, with prominent scientists and researchers warning of our impending doom.
What is most unsettling is that science and faith agree—the end is coming. The question is only how and when.
What is of most concern now with scientists is that there is a weakening area of the Earth’s magnetic field.
The region that concerns scientists the most at the moment is called the South Atlantic Anomaly – a huge expanse of the field stretching from Chile to Zimbabwe. The field is so weak within the anomaly that it’s hazardous for Earth’s satellites to enter it, because the additional radiation it’s letting through could disrupt their electronics.
One of the reasons scientists don’t know much about the magnetic history of this region of Earth is it lacks what’s called archeomagnetic data – physical evidence of magnetism in Earth’s past, preserved in archaeological relics from older civilizations.
Scientists are now warning that they have stronger evidence that there’s something unusual about the core-mantel boundary under the African continent that could be having an important impact on the global magnetic field.
As the researchers explain, the conventional idea of pole reversals is that they can start anywhere in the core – but the latest findings suggest what happens in the magnetic field above us is tied to phenomena at special places in the core-mantle boundary.
If they’re right, a big piece of the field weakening could mean that the pole shift has begun—how long it will take is anyone’s guess.
After all, the weakening magnetic anomaly under Africa has been happening now for 160 years.
The 50-feet-deep crevice that sliced through a major highway measures up to 50 feet deep and 65 feet across at its widest point.
Scientists had argued that the crack to several thousand years to form under the Earth and eventually opened up creating the long crevice that has appeared there now.
Some scientists are saying that the crack may be one of the first pieces of evidence that a piece of Africa will break off the continent.
Earth’s magnetic field is like a wire that connects two different hemispheres together. Whenever electrical variations happen in one hemisphere, they show up in the other. This is like a solar butterfly effect.
There are many things that can trigger disturbances in the magnetic field. There are solar storms, celestial bombardment of comets or meteors, or disturbances underground which created crust displacement.
In the book “The Earth’s Shifting Crust” co-authored by Charles Hapgood we read about the polar shift theories where the indicators of a magnetic shift are easy to detect.
He would correspond with Albert Eisenstein about his theories and while both acknowledged that magnetic pole shift would take some time. There are certain things which could happen and rush the process, creating pole shifts and tectonic displacement.
Hapgood and Einstein both acknowledged that a pole shift could occur in a short span of time. All that was needed to create a pole shift and seismic destruction would the approach of a huge magnetic tsunami caused by some celestial event, or the impact of large enough meteor.
You can actually look up the words “pole shift” online and you will find many opinions ranging from “they are rare magnetic events” to “civilization will be destroyed soon and the evidence is being suppressed” – there is nothing being suppressed and there are many scientists that say that pole shits can occur at any time.
Some believe there are merely magnetic pole shifts, in which only the magnetic field rotates far away from the North and South Poles we know now. In a purely magnetic pole shift, relatively little would be affected. The sun would still rise in the east and the surface of the earth would remain in the same position. Rotational pole shifts would be more impressive, in which the axis of rotation changes and the geographical poles change location.
Earth is a complex machine that can break down and rebuild itself. In the process, there is something that we should all plan on during the transition – chaos.
Chaos theory studies the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions, an effect which is popularly referred to as the butterfly effect. Small differences in initial conditions yield widely diverging outcomes for chaotic systems, rendering long-term prediction impossible in general.
This happens even though these systems are deterministic, meaning that their future behavior is fully determined by their initial conditions, with no random elements involved. In other words, the deterministic nature of these systems does not make them predictable. This behavior is known as deterministic chaos, or simply chaos.
This is why I attempted to explain how geoengineering actions where iron is put in the ocean or metals being sprayed in the sky will cause a reaction.
Now that it has been done, we will experience whether changes, if we stop the process, the Earth will immediately respond like a drug addict. The addict eventually heals when the drugs are taken away, but there are convulsions and seizures that happen as the body starts to purge itself of the poison.
The same is happening to the Earth – geoengineriing toxicity and even particle experiments under the planet conducted by CERN can even have an effect on the magnetic core of the planet.
The magnetic core can at times move about inside the Earth creating all kinds of anomalous activity that theoretically can be manipulated by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva.
During 2010 and 2011 the LHC increased the potency and number of quarks it collides in its experiments. What CERN does not tell us is that with this intensity come consequences. The attempts at finding the God particle over the years has resulted in greater quantities of atoms of strangelet liquid, called hyperons, made of up, down and strange quarks even when running at low energies, despite all their safety reports that said it would never produce them.
We are told that they would evaporate or become inconsequential. Stranglets leaking into the earth’s core can and will create an increase of earthquake and volcanic activity.
This simple fact – CERN is just a quark cannon that deconfines and gives heavier mass to quarks, transforming them into the next ‘horizon’ of heavy mass, strange quarks, which eat up planets might seem amazing to the reader, submitted to the ‘rhetoric’ of research and the blatant lies of this institution, a left-over from the cold war, ‘refurbished’ with a newspeak of research. But this is the bottom line, simple truth about CERN. CERN says its experiments are similar to cosmic rays, and this is false.
The CERN collider is composed of some 9,600 super magnets which are 100,000 times more powerful than the gravitational pull of Earth – that fire protons around a circular track at mindboggling speeds. A beam might rotate for up to 10 hours, travelling a distance of more than 10 billion kilometers, enough to make it to the far reaches of our Solar System and back again. Travelling just below light-speed, a proton in the LHC will make 11,245 circuits every second.
The pull upon the earth is obviously extraordinary; some say that one false move could slit the Earth in two.
In fact, Nature News and news services out of Turkey have reported that the African continent is literally unstitching itself apart just like the sleeve of an old shirt. The East African Rift traverses from the southern end of the Red Sea, going through Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique. The molten lava beneath the Earth’s surface there makes it thin by constantly pushing against it, and eventually breaks it and tears it apart.
The land is definitely ripping apart and coming to the surface in Ethiopia is the ocean.
Can we conclude that what is happening with the collider is causing these geological changes in Africa?
Keep in mind that there has to be a temperature created in the collider that is more than 100,000-times the temperature at the center of the Sun.
According to Einstein’s general theory of relativity, any large amounts of matter or energy will distort the space and time that surrounds it.
If the energy or mass is large enough, it is claimed that time can be distorted so much that it folds back on itself, creating a wormhole, or time tunnel, or a weakening of the magnetic norm.
Another large Earth fissure appears to have formed in Pakistan’s Balochistan Province. The fissure apparently spans several hundred miles, sparking panic among local residents.
The direct effect which a reversal of the magnetic field would produce on living beings and humans is also difficult to predict: modern man hasn’t faced such an event in the history of his existence. Some studies try to link geomagnetic reversals and volcanic activity with mass extinctions.
Scientists believe that many people should survive a magnetic shift; however, there is really no science that describes what would happen to the planet if they were subjected to massive electromagnetic disruptions.
It is known that many species of animals have some form of magnetoreception, which allows them to feel the change in the magnetic field of the Earth. The animals use this feature for navigation during long migrations, but it is unclear what impact the geomagnetic reversals would exactly have on these species.
Keep in mind scientists have only approximate information on the composition and structure of the Earth’s core, which generates the magnetic field.
The effect the magnetic field has on the planet presents the largest geophysical problem right now.
It is a crap shoot – and whatever science can’t put in a box – the Bible can explain through prophecy.