HOW THE SUN EFFECTS WARTIME
ALEXANDER CHIZHEVSKY Alexander Chizhevsky was an acclaimed scientist in Russia who studied the biological effects of the sun and universe. In particular, he studied how mass changes in human behavior correlated to sunspot cycles (Wheeler). In 1915, he spent his summer observing the sun and first hypothesized the effect of periodic changes in solar activity on the organic world. In 1916 he entered the front lines in World War I. It was there, that he first discovered that battles tended to wax and wane with the strength of solar flares and geomagnetic storms (Lovett, 2012).
USAGES IN PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION
“The solar flares and photonic waves emanating from the sun are changing the fabric of our physical reality as they exert a powerful effect on our physical cellular level, causing our cellular memories to awaken and clear. Another ramification of the influx of photonic energy is that since it represents a higher frequency, it increases the power, speed, and manifestation capacity of our thoughts. We are quite literally able to exercise ‘instant manifestation’; whatever we think, we create instantly. We have never before experienced this heightened level of manifestation potential.
EMPOWER YOUR LIFE
We realize our power and start doing other things that are different and then we will live in a star trek reality. All we got to do is realize our power and stop living in a boob tube reality. Life is going to find a way through this, and the life energy that cannot be destroying is running though us. And maybe we are here to learn to do that..to black through those barriers, those walls and plant our own seeds manifesting light…over darkness.
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