Have Recent Solar Flares Opened Energy Portals?
On October 28, 2021, a massive solar flare unleashed a blast of charged particles in Earth’s direction.
This geomagnetic storm resulted in a display of stunning auroras thanks to our planet’s protective magnetosphere. But did this powerful solar event also open temporary energetic portals?
On Oct. 28, a Category 3 geomagnetic storm erupted from the Sun’s surface reaching earth a few days later. This classification comes from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration’s space weather scale.
A level 3 geomagnetic storm is considered strong and can result in minor disturbances to high-frequency radio signals and low-frequency radio navigation. It also leads to auroras visible at much lower latitudes than usual, including as far south as Oregon and even Illinois.
These storms from the magnetic field of the Sun affect all the planets around, and of course when they hit Earth, they change the pattern of the magnetic field of the planet,” De Stefano said. “So, that opens portals all the time because it moves the energy of the planet and makes the geometrical patterns have to restore and readapt to something new.”
In 2012, NASA published a paper titled, “Hidden Portals in Earth’s Magnetic Field,” in which it explained that a scientist had discovered what the space agency refers to as x-points, or portals where the magnetic field of the Earth connects to the Sun.
According to Jack Scudder, the lead physicist who discovered these portals, this phenomenon creates an uninterrupted connection to the Sun‘s atmosphere 93 million miles away. But what effect does this have for us here on Earth?
“When these solar flares occur, everything is much more sensitive and faster. The best thing to do is to be perfectly aligned with the positive and negative in our body so we can be a channel. And that means to be meditating and discharging all this energy going toward the Earth or the portal we’re working with,” De Stefano said.
Earth typically experiences periods of heightened solar activity in 11-year cycles, and scientists are predicting a ramping up of solar activity in the coming years, leading to the next solar maximum in July 2025. Is this a cause for concern?
“If it goes straight to us, of course it could create many problems in communications, the internet, and technology of the planet— satellites could shut down,” De Stefano said. “Of course we could be concerned about that, but I wouldn’t be really worried, I would just get prepared for that in case, like having food and all the normal things for when something happens that you should take care of. But I wouldn’t really get worried about something terrible happening because this happens every 11 years.”
What else can we learn from these solar flares and the portals they open on Earth?
“These cycles that we are living — that the Sun is living — is something that injects energy into the planet. The solar flares that will arrive in 2025 will be much stronger for us than the previous ones, so [there will be] a lot of new energy that could help us to build new philosophies, new civilizations, new technology — many things could change if we know how to receive them,” De Stefano said.
Scientists to Broadcast New Message to ETs Across the Galaxy
Scientists are planning a new message for any potential extraterrestrials in the universe, by sending a cosmic ‘hello’ to any intelligent life in space.
When we make contact with extraterrestrials, how will we communicate with them? What if we sent them a message showing information about Earth, humanity, and our technological capabilities?
That was the idea behind the Arecibo message in 1974, designed by Frank Drake and Carl Sagan. The now-famous message was the most powerful broadcast sent into space, from the, now defunct, Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico. The binary message consisted of our solar system, strands of DNA, a human figure, and chemicals related to Earth, among other things.
Now, nearly 50 years later an international team of researchers introduced a new message intended for extraterrestrials. The team, led by Jonathan Jiang of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, felt it was time to update the Arecibo message since we have come so far technologically since 1974.
The proposed message dubbed “the beacon in the galaxy” will include some similar information as Arecibo, including, “[B]asic mathematical and physical concepts to establish a universal means of communication followed by information on the biochemical composition of life on Earth, the Solar System’s time-stamped position in the Milky Way relative to known globular clusters, as well as digitized depictions of the Solar System, and Earth’s surface.