Cycles of War or Peace are Tied to Cycles of the Sun

by Dr. Buryl Payne - National Council on Geocosmic Research A growing number of scientists, health care professionals, and concerned citizens argue that these invisible frequencies are responsible for a host of various health problems. Meanwhile, the largest polluter has gone unnoticed: the Sun. At certain times, the Sun's activity can

A Solar Flare Almost Sparked a Nuclear War in 1967

GIZMODO On May 23rd, 1967, the United States Air Force scrambled to ready nuclear missile-laden aircraft for deployment. Radar systems designed to detect incoming Soviet missiles had just been disrupted, in what the military perceived to be an act of war. But before any nukes were launched in retaliation, it seems

Is the Solar Cycle Fueling the Rise of ISIS?

MOTHERBOARD VICE The rise of the Islamic State has been blamed on a lot of people and things since it began its takeover of the Levant. Whether it’s Bush, Obama, and Assad, or globalization, rap music, and amphetamines, at this point pretty much everything under the Sun has been cited for

Blame It On the Sun: Solar Flares, Humans & Violence

For centuries, people have embraced the idea/truth that the MOON, indeed, has many effects on the behavior of Humankind. However, it has come to light (non pun intended) that the Sun has an equal or more powerful effect on Humankind behavior. SOURCE   Blame It On the Sun: Solar Flares, Humans & Violence http://t.co/8zP3BduFq4 pic.twitter.com/MLW4gIJsck — LDC Management

False Flags and Wars are Launched During Solar Peaks

Alex Ansary - January 1st, 2013 I highly recommend taking some time to study the cycles of the sun and paying extra close attention to what is happening in the world around us. We are moving into the maximum portion of this solar cycle and if we look at  world events and

Did Solar Flares Trigger the London Riots?

When it comes to factors that triggered the London riots, theories abound: Police brutality, unemployment, and "moral collapse" have all been blamed for the violence, burning, and looting that consumed London last week. But some scientists are finger-pointing skyward, suggesting that the sun could have driven the unrest, as well