After modeling nine years of spot-on satellite data published in a recent edition of Nature Geoscience, geophysicists now say that frequent changes in the churning movements of Earthby
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3 Replies to “Are Magnetic Changes Around the Globe Enhancing Paranormal Phenomena?”
The more I read about the subject, the more I’m convinced that most seemingly unrelated ‘paranormal’ phenomena – ghosts/spirits/hauntings, anomalous creature sightings, UFOs/aliens – are of an interdimensional nature. The fact that these phenomena often coincide with magnetic disturbances is very interesting to me. That there are specific geographic areas where paranormal activity is very high also leads me to believe that these paranormal hotspots might be areas in which the Earth’s magnetic field is weaker or fluctuates more frequently.
I co-host an Internet radio show and have been fortunate to have interviewed quite a few prominent researchers in the area of paranormal, and many of them are of the same opinion. I also recently read a book concerning a very well-documented study of one such hotspot, in Utah. The scientists that studied the area found that the paranormal phenomena that they witnessed often coincided with strong electromagnetic disturbances. Interesting stuff for sure.
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