Below is a question from one of my readers on the subject of geological change.
Q: Various sources claim that the geography of this world will make a devastating change.
Is this just one possible timeline, and if so, which is the most likely?
SE: One only has to take ice core samples from the Arctic and Antarctic to see that the Earth has had many weather system changes over its existence. Some of them are slow and take centuries – even millennium, others take a few years only. All of these affect the geological status of the Earth in some way. Some of them are minor whilst others can be classified as devastating.
There are two such changes that are affecting the geology of the Earth right now – you do not need to quote a time line to see this.
The first is the effect on the weather and the subsequent geological changes that are the result of the interaction with high frequency activities of an ‘Ascending’ incarnate mankind. These changes, although dramatic at times can be classified as minor.
The second is due to the immanent shift in Earths magnetic poles. This is a regular occurrence and is primarily due to how the pan frequential aspects of the Earth realign themselves with the rotation and frequential position of the galaxy within the physical universe at certain periods. This realignment results in a shift in the rotational position of the magma at the Earths gross physical core to compensate, subsequently creating changes in its magnetic alignment, affecting the weather, seasons and geology/geography. These changes are devastating to say the least and have been the cause of the demise of many Earth based incarnate civilizations – specifically those who were unprepared or of low technological or spiritual advancement.