A flood of new scientific papers in the last 75 days demonstrate that Ben is on the right track with his catastrophe cycle every 12,600 years when we face a recurrent micro-nova. There are also half cycle events etc (like Noah’s flood a Heinrich event). I was surprised to find that earth magnetism dropped to 4% during the Laschamps event (The Laschamps event was a geomagnetic excursion It occurred 41,400 years ago, during the end of the Last Glacial Period). That is virtually non existent and it was global.
Ben asks the question ….can we forecast the sheet? In other words…when will it arrive? In the next video he suggests that we are already in it (hence the Carrington event in 1859) and that full engagement is not possible to forecast although in the last SO video I posted someone proffered that Ben suggested three years. Who knows? I suppose it depends on the shape and density of the magnetic fields and the plasma/dust clouds. Below the video I have posted a table.
Can We Forecast the Sheet, Habitable Moon, Cosmos | S0 News Dec.17.2020
I made this rough table showing the planets distance from the sun (in millions of kilometers) and the distance from the previous planet. As you can see, the inner planets are much closer together. It took 4 years for the change to occur in Pluto but we are already seeing Neptune react.
Of course, the atmospheric change in Pluto was blamed on its elliptical. The further from the sun the cooler it gets and the atmosphere falls to the surface as a solid. However see this:
We are facing the conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter on 21-22 Dec. Both planets will be lined up. Looking at the distances I reckon 3.5 years sounds about right. The inner planets are all very close to each other. Who knows how long?
For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. Behold, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith. (Hab 2:3-4)