Multiple Coronal Mass Ejections Inbound

Our planet’s magnetosphere is weaker than we’ve all realized.

G1-class geomagnetic storms are likely on May 18-19 as a pair of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) hit Earth’s magnetic field.

The two CMEs left the Sun on consecutive days: the first from sunspot AR2822 on May 13, the second from sunspot AR2823 on May 14.

Individually, the CMEs appear to be weak; however, they could easily add up to a geomagnetic storm when they arrive in quick succession, particularly given Earth’s ever-waning magnetic field, plus what we saw last week:

Additionally, a new sunspot (AR2824) is emerging over the Sun’s northeastern limb, and it is crackling with C-class flares.

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded this explosion at 0209 UT on May 18th:

A new sunspot (AR2824) is emerging. explosion recorded by NASA on May 18

As explained by Dr. Tony Phillips of, the C1-class flare hurled a plume of plasma off the surface of the Sun, but not all the way into space. Most of the material fell back to the sun’s surface. Low level C-flares are simply not that powerful.

However, stronger flares might be in the offing, continues Dr. Phillips. This is a relatively large sunspot with the potential for explosive magnetic mixing around its Neptuned-sized dark core.

On May 17, Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau photographed the appearance of a new sunspot in the northeast limb of the Sun. He used a Maksutov 180 telescope and a ZWO 290MM camera with a Baader Solar Continuum filter.

Stay tuned for updates as AR2824 turns toward Earth.

Global Blackout

Coronal Mass Ejections are enormous bursts of superheated gas (called plasma) ejecting from the Sun.

They are powerful eruptions driven by kinks in the solar magnetic field.

The resulting shocks ripple through the solar system, and can interrupt satellites and power grids here on Earth.

“[A big one] could essentially shut down the Industrial Revolution,” warns Weather Ecology Specialist, Frank Billingsley. 

As our planet’s magnetosphere continues to wane (due to an ever-intensifying Grand Solar Minimum + a magnetic pole shift), CMEs are certain to impact our modern way of life–it’s only a matter of time. 

As this newly developing Solar Cycle (25) continues to build, the level of threat it poses will build with it — between now and the cycle’s Solar Maximum (due around 2024/25), the threat of powerful plasma discharges will be ever-increasing.

CMEs get blown off the sun in all directions, meaning most don’t hit Earth; however, every so often an eruption is aimed right at us, and when that plasma cloud hits, a geomagnetic storm follows.

The Carrington Event

During Sept 1859, a powerful Earth-facing Coronal Mass Ejection was released from the Sun.

And even though our planet’s magnetosphere was full-strength at the time, the CME’s impact still managed to induce one of the largest geomagnetic storms on record. 

The atmospheric activity was so vivid that people living in the mountainous regions of North America woke to start their day, believing it was morning, when in fact it was the middle of the night.

Frederic Edwin Church’s 1865 painting “Aurora Borealis.” Inspired by the Carrington Event.

In England, electrical currents surged through Victorian-era telegraph wires, in some cases causing sparks and setting telegraph offices on fire.

A magnetogram recorded at the Greenwich Observatory in London during the Carrington Event of 1859.

Quebec, 1989

Quebec was hit by a relatively modest CME in 1989 –around half as strong as the Carrington Event– yet the storm still took out enough of the grid to keep the entire province in the dark for twelve hours.

The storm resulted in the Hydro-Quebec power grid going down, which left millions of people without power in the middle of the winter when the average temperature was below freezing.

“It was the biggest geomagnetic storm of the Space Age,” says Dr. David Boteler, head of the Space Weather Group at Natural Resources Canada. “March 1989 has become the archetypal disturbance for understanding how solar activity can cause blackouts.”

Sunspot 5395, source of the March 1989 solar storm. From “A 21st Century View of the March 1989 Magnetic Storm” by D. Boteler.

“The March 1989 blackout was a wake-up call for our industry,” says Dr. Emanuel Bernabeu of PJM, a regional utility that coordinates the flow of electricity in 13 US states.

“Now we take geomagnetically induced currents (GICs) very seriously.”

The intensifying global cool-down observed over the past 5-or-so years will cause its own level destruction and strife, but this is more of a gradual-build, and I believe it is a grid-down scenario that will hit first.

It isn’t hard to imagine the sheer panic that would immediately ensue as the masses watch their just-in-time delivery systems fail and realize they can no longer purchase food/medication.

People are utterly dependent on ‘the system’ to survive, but they have no idea how fragile it is.

Prepare your family for what’s coming.

Move away from the modern mollycoddling slave model designed to keep you under the thumb and dumb, and instead head towards a life of self-sufficiency and freedom.

Striving for a meaningful purpose is the key to happiness, and what better purpose can there be than to prepare your loved ones for our civilizations collapse.

The signs are all around us, the cracks are already appearing — our modern society is no different to all those that fell before it. In fact, we have worked ourselves into a position where we far more vulnerable.

Modern humans have no idea how to grow their own food or source their own water. We live like spoon-fed zoo animals, bored and listless, walking from one dead-end job to the other, completely disconnected from the reality around us.

We believe meaningless qualifications are our ticket “up,” and that working every hour under the Sun to make a handful of powerful elites even richer is a good use of our limited time. This is a ruse. This is a slave model. We miss out on family, and we have no time or energy left at the end of the day to obtain any useful skills, or enlightenment.

And when those zoo cage doors are flung open –by some cataclysmic event– and we’re all suddenly forced into the wild to fend for ourselves, what do you think happens? The natural world may be beautiful, but she is also brutal and unforgiving. To put it bluntly, 90+ percent of the population would be dead within a month.

Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own. And in the meantime, let’s see how Earth’s magnetic field deals with these two minor CMEs forecast to hit either May 18 or 19.

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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9 Thoughts to “Multiple Coronal Mass Ejections Inbound”

  1. xnightx

    “as the masses watch their just-in-time delivery systems fail and realize they can no longer purchase food/medication”

    As if medication saves life ! Most (around 90%) are pure poisons only prescribed to enrich the white-collar criminals and doctors belong to them.

    1. prioris

      I think planning for 3-4 months of survival is reasonable and realistic plan for me and much of the population. They may be able to get much power back up. Anything longer especially beyond 3 months or too severe EMP damage would be too catastrophic to come back from.

      I’m in my late 60s so that would be my plan. It takes about two weeks to replace a transformer. A 4000 watt or better portable solar system, induction cooker, pressure cooker, chest freezer, water and food supply could be reasonable. I do have dependency on system in that I need to buy supplements for health reasons. Most people can survive with little food for many months. Water is the most important thing.

      It takes about maybe a decade of learning to truly survive long term in such a situation.

  2. Esther

    I have a question, about CME’s interervere with the powergrid What is the implications for off grid solar systems. Do I have to protect my solar system and how do CME”s cause harm. I hope somebody can explain. Merci!

    1. Jim

      All electrically powered devices will suffer a short-circuit and become inoperable in the hemisphere facing towards the sun(daytime) when the Earth is hit by a Carrington like event,
      unless it can be stored in a faraday cage of course, or protected underground.

      1. Esther

        Hi Jim, so even devices not connected to the grid will have shortcuts. What about batteries? Will I have my batterie on fire when a CME hits? Only protection is to have spare parts stored underground. Thats a good idear. I have a smaller system not in use at the moment.

  3. The Spirit of The North

    Preppers = Whackers

    Every 50 years we get e new rebellion from the Diseased Left, from a new generation who is determined not to learn ANYTHING from their parents:

    1870: young gentlemen of means flirting with socialism.

    1917: The Bolsheviks do it for real.

    1968: The hippies

    2018: Greta and the irrational CuckLeft.

    Every 50 years like clockwork.
    Why are humans so unable to learn from experience ?

  4. Linda

    “Striving for a meaningful purpose is the key to happiness, and what better purpose can there be than to prepare your loved ones for our civilizations collapse.”
    Best statement I’ve seen for a long while.

  5. Matt Dalby

    Sadly I can’t remember the source, but there are reports from Medieval China of a strange glow being seen in the sky. It is now believed that they refer to the aurora borealis (much further south than usual), if this is the case then the CME may have been even bigger than the Carrington Event, and shows that such events happen fairly frequently presumably meaning another one is going to happen, it’s just a question of how soon.

  6. Jonathan

    Hmm… Could the warnings from World Economic Forum etc about the coming catastrophic “cyber-pandemic” which might lead to black-outs and so on be a ‘psy-op’ to serve as *cover* for what you’re talking about here?

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