Did you know that during medieval times the Thames River in England was frozen over? But before that it was so warm there that monks grew vineyards. The names of vineyards are still used for certain localities and streets.
From the 9th century to the 15th century there were approximately 700 monasteries in England. Some had up to 400 monks. They were well educated and worked hard. They had a higher standard of living than the commoners. And they drank a lot of wine.
Even with the dissolution of the monasteries by King Henry V111 who ruled from 1491 to 1547 there was still 139 sizable vineyards. But 11 were owned by The Crown and 67 were owned by noble families. And 52 were owned by the Church of England. After that vineyards declined rapidly because of the change in the weather.
In the 18th and 19th centuries attempts were made to reintroduce wine growing in southern England by importing grapes that could withstand colder temperatures. But it has had little success.
So you can see there has been climate change in our recent history.
The fallacy of global warming as a result of carbon emissions is being promoted so that higher taxes can be levied while at the same time there is a suppression of technologies that do not rely on oil and gas.
What determines our climate is the input of the sun’s charged particles into our atmosphere.
When there is a charge input or cosmic surge into our galaxy and thus into our sun there will be a warming trend on the Earth as this electrical energy streams through our world entering at the North Pole and exiting the South Pole. All Earth will be effected but especially the polar regions.
This will explain the claims of artificial structures that have been found in Antarctica. And the cover-up that is going on – as is seen when Google maps of Antarctica have been intentionally blurred and deliberately obscured.
But what is more compelling is the evidence of an ice free Antarctica from ancient cartography. Old maps show the coastline of Antarctica in detail and free of ice.
The most famous of these maps is the Piri Reis Map. Found in 1929 in Istanbul Turkey, it was drawn up by the explorer General Piri Reis in 1513 from 20 source maps dating back to the time of Alexander the Great. It is of remarkable quality and intelligence consisting of complex geometry and taking into account the Earth’s curvature showing the correct longitude and latitude of Antarctica.
Another famous map showing the outline of an ice free Antarctica is the Oronteus Finaeus map from 1531. It is of amazing detail showing rivers, valleys and the coastline of Antarctica now hidden under ice. It also shows the outline of Greenland and the Americas.
Christopher Columbus knew about these maps and it is claimed that he himself transcribed the coastlines of the Americas and Antarctica. This is referred to as the lost map of Columbus.
The Hadji Ahmed map of 1559 displays the bays and coastal mountains of Antarctica and has the correct delineation of the West Coast of Antarctica.
The Mercator map of 1569 is from the Flemish (Belgium) explorer and cartographer Gerardus Mercator. It is famous for the accurate rendering of an area in the Weddell Sea in Eastern Antarctica called Coats Land.
None of this mapmaking could be possible without todays sophisticated radar equipment that can penetrate the thick ice sheet which is in some places a mile deep.
That is unless there was no ice there.
This ice sheet in Antarctica is supposed to have existed for millions of years.
And we are taught that Antarctica was discovered in the early 1800’s.
The fact is that Antarctica was once a tropical paradise with dense forests, green valleys and roaming marsupials.
In the past a more powerful stream of electricity from the sun flowed through the poles making Antarctica a warm hospitable place.
And our sun receives it’s energy from intergalactic electrical currents. The output is not always consistent because the input is not always the same.
Along with the mean temperatures on Earth, the temperatures on other planets in our solar system have risen. Sometimes their polar regions are even hotter than the mid latitude areas. But the temperatures will decline eventually too because our sun is a variable star.
The drift current from the sun enters and exits the polar regions of all planets and has the most effect in the polar areas.
This influx of solar particles creates the auroras. The Aurora Borealis in the Arctic and the Aurora Australis at the South Pole.
The reason all the planets rotate is because of this bipolar current flow. And it is also the reason for global warming.
There was no one driving cars hundreds of years ago that warmed England enough to grow vineyards. There was no pollution in recent times that would cause Antarctica to become ice free. And there is no human activity on other planets changing the climate there either.
The Earth is a charged particle that revolves around a larger charged particle (The Sun). Just like an electron revolving around a nucleus in a cell. The sun is connected to the rest of the galaxy and the galaxy is connected to Clusters and Super Clusters of Galaxies. It is a circuitry – a network of interwoven energy and matter working together like a Universal Mind.
In fact if you view the Fornax Super Cluster as one hemisphere and the Virgo Super Cluster as another hemisphere and then recognize that our galaxy (the Milky Way) is on a connecting bridge between the two you get a replica of a brain. We live in a consciousness that has stars as it’s circuitry.
Our weather is the result of this connection that transfers ionized particles into our world. And our climate has it’s origins far far away.