Major Ed Dames, who formerly taught a military program on remote viewing, believes a current earth change – the weakening of the Earth’s magnetic field along with an increase in the strength of solar flares - is a forerunner of what he has labeled the ‘Killshot’ event.
Scientists in the United Kingdom say the Earth’s magnetic field is weakening and is in danger of collapsing. If this happens, there will be many ramifications that would drastically change the earth’s climate and could endanger life on this planet. In fact, scientists say that global warming has "more to do with the magnetic field around the planet than CO2 emissions."
As this magnetosphere decreases, more charged particles come through from the sun on solar winds. Normally, these are “deflected around the earth.” The result would be a massive increase in both the solar winds and in cosmic radiation that would affect our health by causing such things as a great increase in the incidence of cancer and researchers believe thousands of people would die yearly.
“Radiation could be 3-5 times greater than that from the man-made ozone holes,” said said Dr Colin Forsyth from the Mullard Space Science Laboratory at University College in London. “Furthermore, the ozone holes would be larger and longer-lived.”
For a better understanding of the process, it is important to know that the earth has a molten core that generates the magnetic field and emits a protective shield that extends far out into space. This shield, which deflects the strong cosmic rays, significantly decreases any potential human impact.
Scientists say this field has “weakened by 15 percent over the last 200 years – a sign that the earth’s poles are about to flip.
Although NASA claims, “The science shows that magnetic pole reversal is – in terms of geologic time scales – a common occurrence that happens gradually over millennia,” the European Space Agency has taken steps that show its concern about the two events. Last November, three spacecraft were sent into space to determine what is happening with the earth’s magnetic field. The SWARM mission will map this field so scientists can better understand what affect it could have on the weather in space, as well as what impact a major change would have on the world’s satellite communications and GPS systems.
It is vital to understand that the earth’s magnetic field has a north and south pole. Scientists know that a reduction in this field can cause them to flip. They also know that this field is constantly changing, with the north pole drifting slightly. Also, every “few hundred years, the poles have flipped in a geomagnetic reversal. Using a compass, one would find that north is then south and south is then north.
Major Dames noted, “The changes happening now in the Earth's collapsing magnetic field has been occurring for quite some time and is providing prime conditions for massive solar flares to have unprecedented implications on our long term survival.” This, he said, will be a strong indicator that the ‘Killshot’ “is indeed coming and it’s time to start taking it more seriously.”
In the DVD he released to the public in 2013, Major Dames cited solar winds as having a major and scathing impact on Earth. According to scientists, sun flares could cause devastating solar winds. See: Sun flare may cause geomagnetic storms in Earth’s magnetic field.
National Geographic article: Earth’s Magnetic Field is Fading