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Minor CME Leads to Geomagnetic Storm: Grid Failure all but Guaranteed by 2024

The sun may have been quiet over the past week or so, but that didn’t stop our planet’s magnetic field allowing a minor CME to break its defenses and push the indexes into geomagnetic storm territory.

A minor coronal mass ejection (CME) erupted on the sun a few days ago, and, as expected, it impacted Earth on August 3; however, what wasn’t forecast by the observers at NOAA and NASA was the event sparking a geomagnetic storm.

The event was barely a blip as far the telemetry was concerned:


The Bz (top red line) did pop a little.

As did the Phi Angle and the Density (blue and yellow lines, respectively).

However, the Plasma Speed (purple line) was dropping throughout the entire event.

Falling wind speed is usually indicative of solar quiet.

“I have never seen a geomagnetic storm when the plasma speed is 300km/sec,” says David (Diamond) Mauriello of the ORP, yet what we saw was a storm lasting approx. 3 hours, with geomagnetic instability lasting a further 9 hours:


We also saw a massive shift on the Magnetometer, of approx. 100 NanoTesla:


In years past, we’ve been accustomed to far stronger CMEs having far smaller impacts on the field, with many not even producing a storm at all.

The fact that this ‘nothing event’ led to such violent heavenly perturbations leads one to assume that Earth’s magnetic field has weakened further, far beyond the latest official datapoint from 2017.

These are changing times in our space environment.

“This spells very bad news,” continues Mauriello.

Soon after the ‘hit’, electrical problems began peppering the news feeds.

Electric glitches and fires both go up tenfold during space weather impacts, and this is what we saw again on August 3.

But this was a ‘nothing event’ — our planet’s magnetic field should have coped much better with such a tiny impact.

And while Tuesday’s KP5 event isn’t scary in of itself, the fact that Earth’s ever-waning magnetosphere (due to its shifting magnetic poles and the onset of the next GSM) couldn’t handle such a weak solar event is the number one cause for concern for our modern tech-driven civilization: Earth’s magnetic field is weaker than we’ve all realized.

In the year 2000, we knew the field had lost 10 percent of its strength since the 1800s.

Another 5 percent was lost by 2010.

Further accelerations occurred in recent years, 2015 and 2017, but we laymen were not privy to any additional loss data–with guesses on why that might be quickly sending you down a conspiracy rabbit hole.

Given the last solid data point we have –that of 2010– our magnetic field should have handled this week’s impact far better.

“The magnetic shield is now so weak that it can be perturbed in such an extreme way by such a minor event,” adds Mauriello.

“Based on what just occurred, very bad things are going to happen on this planet.

“Any large flare that heads our way is a grid down scenario,” concludes Mauriello.

As I’ve been warning for years now, the sun’s ramp-up into Solar Cycle 25 occurring in line with Earth’s drastically reducing magnetic field is the biggest threat we humans have faced in hundreds –potentially thousands– of years, particularly given how completely and utterly technologically-dependent the vast majority of this planets’ 8 billion inhabitants are.

When that earth-facing X-flare hits –which is a matter of ‘when’ and not ‘if’– there will be no more internet, no more ‘how-tos’ on YouTube, no more just in time deliveries, no more food, no more law and order; just chaos — and we’ll be on our own to survive.

This scenario has more than a 50 percent chance of playing out by the solar maximum of SC25 (currently expected in the year 2024), with localized grid failures all but guaranteed by then.

Prepare now.

Escape the cities.

And grow your own.

On top of all that, the COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.

Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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11 Thoughts to “Minor CME Leads to Geomagnetic Storm: Grid Failure all but Guaranteed by 2024”

  1. Adrian Johnson

    Were there aurora borealis flares as a consequence of this?

  2. FYI

    Devils Drowning – Nope

    “In short, neither the Tasmanian devils, nor the inhabitants of the Maldives or the Pacific island nations are in any danger of drowning from rising seas.”
    – Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser

    While we still have the internet:


    On August 8, 2020 a number of links [Easter Eggs] to easy access the files to:


    were posted that might be handy to download while still readily available – check’em out for free – or don’t.

    especially after listening to these recent updates – or don’t

    Coincidentally my Chinese GF cooks with this Chinese star anise all the time… she just uses ’em like Bay Leaves but I always chew ’em up and swaller ’em down… including the ones on her plate. No joke.

    Illicium verum is a medium-sized evergreen tree native to northeast Vietnam and southwest China. A spice commonly called star anise, staranise, star anise seed, star aniseed, Chinese star anise, or badian that closely resembles anise in flavor is obtained from the star-shaped pericarps of the fruit of I. verum which are harvested just before ripening. Star anise oil is a highly fragrant oil used in cooking, perfumery, soaps, toothpastes, mouthwashes, and skin creams. Until 2012, when they switched to using a bacterial source, Roche Pharmaceuticals used up to 90% of the world’s annual star anise crop to produce shikimic acid, a chemical intermediate used in the synthesis of oseltamivir (Tamiflu).[2] [spike protein antidote]

  3. Deb

    Well, I guess I need to stop piddle fartin’ around!

  4. Archivarius

    Really , really glad [no joke;] that you pulled that link to that total “controlled opposition” propaganda psyop broadcast yesterday. Blending all the “invisible woo” together… all the time. [at least Roger Hodkinson “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated” and “just another bad flu.” “There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians. This is the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspected …” tried] and they’re in the process of taking down Mercola now too. There are no white hats with a ww media “platform” coming to “save the world”.

    In the universal jungle it’s the same old game, for the same old prize… over and over again. The ranchers are just doing another rinse/repeat on planet earth as planet earth within the electroverse does its regular rinse/repeat “weather” cycles… it’s rare that any cattle are ever privy to the reality because of CIQT (Critical Intelligence Quotient Theory). Ranchers (or the predator class) never worry about whether cattle, sheep or ducks are “disturbed” or inconvenienced a bit when it’s time to “go to town”. It’s just business. Of all species that have existed on Earth, 99.9 percent are now extinct.
    “Do what thou wilt” shall be the whole of the Law. To be, or not to be? [because it’s mostly the latter… seize the day] Cheers Cap’n and thanks.

  5. Deb

    Wasn’t it Mark Twain who said, ” The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” ? I’m beginning to wonder if the rumors of a massive CME/grid down scenario are not the same.

    Just a couple of months ago it was a 25% chance, then it jumped to 50%, now it’s “grid failure all but guaranteed by 2024”.

    I actually believe we’re heading toward the end of the world (because of overwhelming Bible prophecy), but any attempts to put dates on end-of-the-world events has proven to be a big mistake in the past.

    It’s a good idea to be as ready as you can be, but I would leave exact dates to cult leaders and phony prophets. The end won’t come until God is good and ready for it to come, and even He isn’t into precise dating.

    1. Michael Peinsipp

      Try this simple thing…get ready for most any situation Sir. And that way you ain’t caught off guard okay?!?

  6. Jonathan

    Interesting blog! I have to learn more about these important questions…

    What may be some strategic places for relocation? We’re in Värmland, Sweden.

    1. Ranch Ghost

      If you can be self sufficient and left alone [from the diaspora] where you are right now and lay low/hold your course until 2025/2028 and hopefully by then much of the smoke will have cleared and most of the zombies buried.

  7. It’s very good, bro, but I think your graphs are updating in real time. Today they are showing 18th – 20th January 2022 instead of the dates you speak of in August 2021. Maybe need to put static pictures from August.

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