The handbag of the Gods. The secret behind weather change and increasing seismic activity.

In his concluding episode, author and Thunderbolts colleague Andrew Hall brings to light the handbag depicted all over the world in ancient stonework. The earliest know depictions are in petroglyphs that can’t all be dated, but are believed to be from before 9,000 BC.

These figures just might symbolically commemorate the most Earth-shattering event known to man. Finally, if there is one thing evident from the “Eye of the Storm” series, it’s that Earth is an electric circuit driven by whatever is in its core.

We don’t know what the “core” is. It’s not a spinning ball of iron. The surface effects we experience outside of the crust are driven from within as a result of how the core reacts with the solar system. The surface effects are a capacitive reaction to changing energy levels in the core, because Earth is a spherical capacitor.

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3 Responses to “The handbag of the Gods. The secret behind weather change and increasing seismic activity.”

  1. ian says:

    The electrical effects are greatly underestimated. I am currently reading Arthur Firstenberg’s book, the invisible rainbow. It is absolutely fascinating. I suggest that everyone should read it. It’s a real eye opener.

  2. Tapestry says:

    I will check it out Ian. My reading months are usually during trips to our home in the Philippines when I can read books in two or three days, but we haven’t booked anything as yet, preferring not to have nano-particles shoved into our brains under the guise of COVID testing.

  3. Derek says:

    Information overload! Apart from the internet and the myriad of semi-hidden activities that are currently going on; the theories and the realities the book list grows longer than life itself. I have Firstenbergs book up next having just finished Bhakdi & Reiss’s Coronavirus false alarm – an essential read.

    We gather complex information that stretches the mind, and in doing so wish for a return to the simpler things in life. Like the Cyclops who knew his ultimate fate and death, his greatest wish was ignorance.