Huge hole in the Sun ‘could spark World War 3, 9/11 and other disasters’ | Science | News

The coronal hole, discovered by Nasa to be the size of 50 Earths, emits pungent radioactive solar winds which have already reached Earth, and history shows they have a big impact on mankind.

Solar winds can produce some of the most beautiful auroras on Earth, otherwise known as the Northern Lights, and could even influence our climate.

It is feared, however, that a sharp increase in solar winds engulfing Earth could lead to technological disasters, with phone lines and the internet cutting out.

When holes have emerged in the past they have coincided with huge global events, such as 9/11, great plagues and uprisings, according to scientists writing for Collective Evolution.

The boffins claim the Sun evolves our consciousness and DNA.

A spokesperson for Collective Evolution said: “There is a mass shift in consciousness taking place on the planet at this time, and we are seeing it take form in a number of different ways — in society, in business, and in ourselves. Solar events like this enable us to further evolve and shift our consciousness.

“Although typically these subjects seem taboo or unfounded, they have plenty of merit behind them. These subjects that are theorised upon in the consciousness space simply aren’t yet proven by science — although many are now, like how we are in fact energy and that we have an energetic field, also sometimes referred to as an aura.

“Science is beginning to acknowledge, albeit slowly and quietly, that we are all part of a giant web of connections that encompasses not only life on this planet, but in our entire solar system and what lies beyond it as well.

“Given that these coronal mass injections are a result of a depleted magnetic field, which allows these particles to spew towards Earth, how human consciousness will continue to evolve is important to think about. If we can influence the field of another, logic suggests that the field of another — like the Sun or other celestial bodies — can influence us.”

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