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The Incredible Experience vs Ice Age - part 3

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This knowledge gained, is the result of the extraordinary capability that we have as human beings, to explore the principles that operate in the universe, and then to utilize our discoveries as a basis for building our future before it happens.




The evidence prompts us to recognize that our star, the Sun, is presently extremely vulnerable to reverting back to its low-intensity inactive state that has been the norm for the last half a million years that we have ice core records for, and that this event of getting back, to the state of normal, will likely occur in roughly 30 years whereby the current interglacial pulse ends that has been our climate home for the last 12,000 years. 




With this consideration we face the point where the academic significance of plasma cosmology gains a life-critical significance in the real world, because, if the academic recognition is not sufficiently achieved to impel the relocation of most nations of the world into the tropics, together with new forms of agriculture and new cities, and this before the phase shift begins, then very few people living today, including their children, will have a chance to remain alive. The entire world becomes radically altered when the Sun becomes a red star and joins the rank of the roughly 300 billion red stars in the galaxy, most of which are red dwarfs that might have been once brightly shining active stars. 

The large volume of the presently inactive stars in the 4,000 degrees range in surface temperature, in the field of our galaxy, is not really surprising if one considers that our galaxy is presently at its weakest state in over 400 million years. 




With measurements of oxygen-18 isotope ratios, which are climate sensitive, it has become possible to measure the climate history on Earth, going back in time for almost 500 million years. 

The measurements indicate the existence of two very long resonance cycles, that appear to exist in the intergalactic plasma streams that power the galaxy. These resonances together affect the plasma density across the galaxy. 




When NASA explored the galaxy in x-ray and gamma-ray light, two gigantic plasma domes became visible.

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These domes are amazingly similar to the electromagnetic confinement domes that are visible in plasma discharge experiments, which serve to immensely concentrate plasma streams at their node point. In this sense the plasma domes come to light as galactic-scale confinement domes at the node point of two plasma streams with our galaxy between them. 




The plasma domes would be formed at the terminal end of two long intergalactic plasma streams, with each having a different resonance.




The longest of these plasma streams would have a resonance that is reflected in the 145 million years cycle that has been discovered in the Earth's climate history, and the shorter plasma stream would have a resonance that is reflected as the 31 million years climate cycle.




The different resonances would reflect the different distances of the interconnecting plasma streams between the galaxies. The weaker, shorter resonance would be overlaid at the junction at our galaxy onto the larger long cycle. Both, in combination, affect the plasma density in the galaxy, and by reflection, also affect the climate on Earth. 




That's what we see reflected in the phanerozoic climate history, that in turn is likely reflecting the galactic plasma-density history.

It is critical to note in this context that the long climate cycles are both near their minimal point. At their combined low levels, the modern Ice Age Epoch began 2 million years ago, termed the Pleistocene Epoch. With our galaxy being thereby at its weakest state in over 400 million years, and with it still getting weaker, it is not surprising that one finds 300 billion stars in the galaxy to have gone inactive already.




In a few million years into the future, or tens of millions of years, as the case may be, when the galaxy has recovered, the presently inactive stars will then become active again and may remain so for another half a billion years till the next weak point is encountered for the galaxy. 

For now, however, the important aspect is the short-term timing. We need to know with a high degree of certainty when the coming phase shift starts as our Sun joins the rank of the 300 billion inactive stars in the galaxy.




As I said before, the phase shift will likely occur in the 2050s timeframe if not sooner. The solar-activity cycles are already fast diminishing. The solar-wind pressure is fast fading.




The climate on Earth has also been on a near-term down ramp that began 3000 years ago, which had trailed out into the Little Ice Age, from which the Sun briefly recovered with, potentially, a Dansgaard Oeschger pulse. But with the pulse now ending, the final end of the active Sun is quite near.




If the solar wind continues to diminish in the short-term, at the rate that NASA's Ulysses spacecraft has measured, the solar wind will cease completely in the 2030s. After that the Sun itself will diminish till its innermost primer fields will collapse. At this point it will become inactive and revert to the default level in plasma-fusion intensity, and become a 4,000 K star. This may happen, potentially in the 2050s, if not sooner..

The timing is important, because it determines the time we have left for raising up the value of our precious humanity, in society's self-perception, in order that we may protect our existence before the most precious asset that we can possibly have on this planet, which is ourselves, becomes irreversibly thrown away as trash by neglect. Society is suffering a huge deficit in the arena of its self-perception.




Our humanity is not a trivial gem in the department of life on this planet. We are, by all counts, the greatest gem that has ever lived here. We are the greatest asset on the Earth that we can possibly have. We stand with a history of over two million years of development to our credit, which we rarely give ourselves credit for.




We stand with remarkable achievements in our pocket, wrought in music, art, culture, science, technology, and humanity, each of which qualify to be termed amazing, extraordinary, if not miraculous.




In the long sweep of the history of humanity, we are presently the last living species in the long train of human development. We named ourselves the homosapien. We are the pinnacle on this course, but are also a child in the larger context. We have a mere 200,000 years to our credit. We are the 8th human species, of which the 7 previous species have all become extinct over time, perhaps in one of the harsh ice ages in the Earth's recent past. 

Even the most successful species of man, named Homo Erectus, who had lived for more than a million years, has become lost and exists no more. 




We ourselves, after 200,000 years of development, have emerged from the last Ice Age as the sole survivor with a world population of a mere 1 to 10 million people. This sparse human population on the Earth after the Ice Age, reflects to some degree the harsh conditions in ice age living. Today, we have a world population of seven billion people with a richer culture than could have been imagined only 10,000 years ago; a culture with written languages, great music, astonishing art, architecture, literature, science, technologies, and the freedom to travel to any place on the planet in half a day or less. Human living has become an incredible marvel with an incredible experience that had never before been possible. We have succeeded, beyond anything that had ever been imagined as possible.




We can now see the universe that our world is a part of. We can even see beyond the leading edge where the mainstream cosmology gets bogged down with epicycles and doctrinal concepts. 




We can look at our galaxy and its dynamics unimpeded, into realms that no one has dared to touch for a long time. 




By looking at the dynamics that are being discovered with the eye of the mind, we can determine the future that we will face, before it happens.




With the knowledge derived thereby, we can shape our world to shape the future before it happens, as we wish to experience it. Of course, what I propose as being essential, which indeed the evidence tells us is existentially critical, is not practical in the general sense of practicality, because the general sense of practicality has become hopelessly too small for anything to be accomplished. 




What I propose will most certainly be built, in-spite of it presently being deemed impractical. It will be built, because it is beautiful. The greatness of humanity is beautiful. Great works of art, of science, of infrastructures are beautiful, because they touch a chord within where beauty is anchored. Beauty is the language of the heart; truth is the language of the mind; and love is the language of the soul. With these unfolding as a symphony, civilization will flourish. That's what it means living extraordinarily.




No other expression of life can match the grand capability that we have for the extraordinary, built on small beginnings perhaps, but open to the stars though we may never really fully utilize our potential as it increases even while we move ahead. 




Here, in our power to develop ourselves, lies the final frontier. We have contained in us such an amazing heritage, that the gem that we have become, is worthy of the greatest protection, and the greatest nurturing and the most extensive development that is possible. 




But will we do it? Will we provide ourselves a future with the capacity we have as human beings?




Ironically, we are prepared at the present time to throw it all away in a moment of rage. With 500,000 times the destructive force of the Hiroshima bomb, all set up and ready to go, and with the war machine meticulously prepared, ready to become active in the timeframe of a lunch break, humanity seems to have indicated to itself at the present stage that human life. after all, isn't worth living it, or else the nuclear war threats would have ceased long ago. 




Instead of removing the danger, the nuclear-war threat has become evermore immanent. But all this is artificial; a tragic small-minded practicality. And being artificial, it can be overturned with the beautiful.




Great steps have already been taken towards resolving the impasse of ugliness with dedication to the beautiful and the sublime.

On this path, beginning at the grass roots level, both, the nuclear war challenge, and the Ice Age Challenge, will become resolved together, for both require the same line of progress to succeed, from the heart to the heavens.




Two novels by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

In this context I had started to write two novels, back in the 1980s, as an exploration of how we can get ourselves out of the political trap that had become terribly treacherous even then, and uplift ourselves to our inherent human potential. The two novels that I had started then and eventually completed, were designed to raise our awareness of human living as the most incredible experience of life, and to raise it up further to it being exceedingly precious, which it is.




Then, even while the work was being completed, as if this was not enough, I had started another novel in the early 1990s that became a series of novels, to explore the principle of universal love with the focus on gaining greater freedoms to love one another as children of a common humanity.




With a focus as wide as that, the project ended more than a decade later as a complex of 12 novels with a single story threaded through the whole. 

My point is, that if we don't make the grade on this line and recognize the great value that we have in one another as children of the one single humanity that exists on our planet, the long-prepared-for nuclear Armageddon will surely unfold one tragic morning and by noon the deed will be done that renders the Earth a lifeless rock in the wake of great ensuing agonies, and renders the miracle that we have developed in ourselves, wasted.




The danger is real that we loose everything. The engines stand ready for the button to be pushed. No one will ask afterwards, what was it all for? Nor is this question being asked today, because no rational answers can be given. And tragically, no headway has been made in 70 years towards getting out of the trap that humanity has set for itself.




In the same careless manner is the Ice Age danger being brushed aside in today's world, as if it was irrelevant, which in contrast, is the only danger that is not artificial.




In facing the Ice Age Challenge honestly, which is immensely imperative, we may open up the potential in our heart, and mind, and soul, to heal all the lesser great challenges that have overcome our world already with ever-darker times on the horizon as the world's financial and economic systems break down under the growing weight of speculative looting instead of cooperative creating.




The Ice Age Challenge, by itself, is not a difficult challenge to meet, physically. It can be met with floating agriculture and floating cities strung along the equator. However, the footsteps involved are immensely wide in scope, so that they require the cooperative unity of the entire world to master the challenge. 




The Ice Age Challenge is always global. No one on this planet is ever not affected by it. It reaches beyond politics, national, regional, or ethnic concerns. The challenge goes to the very center of humanity with the imperative for the world to stand as one for one-another, without exception. We have no hope on any lesser platform, on the Ice Age Front, and by implication on any lesser front. 




With our responding to the Ice Age Challenge and its imperatives, with the grandest of all that we have, and are as human beings, we would write ourselves a ticket for building the most sublime and liveable civilization that ever existed, with evermore amazing human experiences along the way as we become one with the universe and one-another. 

We stand tall as human beings, on this platform. We stand at the harvest gate. We also know that with each harvest begins the seed time anew.




Seeds are we, wind-blown, by our own wind

Carriers of secrets still unknown

Poems in the words of nature - of our human nature

Sentinels of an Intelligence yet unseen

Prophets of the enduring

Apostles in an endless landscape




Discovering Love

Seeds are we, wind-blown

Poems in the words of nature

Sentinels of an Intelligence yet unseen




Harvest is seedtime, thoughts ripening

Carried as by a great wind

Carriers of secrets to unfold

Thoughts winged with Purpose

A force waiting, silent

Patiently ready for the moment




The Ice Age Challenge

Harvest is seedtime, thoughts ripening

Carried as by a great wind

Carriers of secrets to unfold




Thoughts do awaken

Roused by the moist warmth in spring

Cascades of colors, colors of life

Bright yellows, bursts of silver-white

Thoughts becoming creations

Monuments of genius, builders of worlds




Roses at Dawn in an Ice Age World

Cascades of colors, colors of life

Bright yellows, bursts of silver-white

Thoughts becoming creations




Who owns the seeds? Do we?

Who can fathom their wonder?

Life flows from them in great rivers

Rivers trailing into oceans

In them we are alone, each one is alone

Each thought is sovereign, beauty is its song




Winning Without Victory

Who owns the seeds? Do we?

Life flows from them in great rivers

Rivers trailing into oceans




Thoughts are seeds, becoming ideas

Alive in discovering

Alive in listening

Alive in being touched by love

Alive in loving

Alive...




Seascapes and Sand

Alive in listening

Alive in being touched by love

Alive in loving




Like seeds, thoughts fall to the ground

Potentials are lost

Hard grounds kill the precious

But we are Man

Hard ground becomes tilled, watered

The precious is nurtured in loving




The Flat Earth Society

Hard grounds kill the precious

But we are Man

Hard ground becomes tilled, watered




Love for one-another, the human spring

Mankind is afloat in a sea that is Love

Seeds germinate, become plants

Roots break the ground

Love lifts the barriers, patiently

Silently waiting, reaching for the sky




Glass Barriers

Roots break the ground

Love lifts the barriers, patiently

Silently waiting, reaching for the sky




Thoughts are the Universe unfolding

Landscapes of brilliance, ideas of power

Substance for enriching one-another

Substance of the forever maturing

Thoughts bearing new seeds within

Seeds for splendours beyond dreams




Coffee, Sex, and Biscuits

Landscapes of brilliance, ideas of power

Substance for enriching one-another

Substance of the forever maturing




Each harvest is seedtime

A seed becomes a plant bearing new seeds

A thought unfolding, bears up civilization

A spark in the heart, bears the 'fire' of life

New worlds are created in the 'fire' of passion

We are the bearers of a 'fire' that is light




Endless Horizons

A thought unfolding, bears up civilization

A spark in the heart, bears the 'fire' of life

New worlds are created in the 'fire' of passion




Builders of worlds are we

New Worlds, which have never been

Precious with riches grander than our own

Nature is Love reflected in loving

Love paints with the colors of its endless spring

Love paints us all - but who owns the seed?




Angels of Sex in Queensland

Precious with riches grander than our own

Nature is Love reflected in loving

Love paints with the colors of its endless spring




Who owns the cradle for the seed?

Name it Intelligence, name it the Universe

Thoughts are seeds from an infinite fountain

Monuments of grandeur of good

Fields of flowers dancing in the sunshine

All nature whispers this to us




Sword of Aquarius

Thoughts are seeds from an infinite fountain

Monuments of grandeur of good

Fields of flowers dancing in the sunshine




The melody of nature - what a song!

Whispers of a splendour grander than the heavens

Like seeds are we - we whisper too

Seeds bearing gifts for the world

Gifts wrapped up in sunshine

Gems are we - unfolding a majestic song!




Lu Mountain

Whispers of a splendour grander than the heavens

Like seeds are we - we whisper too

Seeds bearing gifts for the world




Listen to the song

Listen to the heart

Listen to the silence where strands of love unfold

Listen to the symphony of our humanity

In this symphony we are One

One with the Universe itself.




Flight Without Limits

Listen to the song

Listen to the heart

Listen to the silence where strands of love unfold




Brighter than the Sun

Listen to the symphony of our humanity

In this symphony we are One

One with the Universe itself.




Music: Messiah by George Frideric Handel



(HWV 56) oratorio composed in 1741

one of the best-known and most frequently 

performed choral works in Western music



December 19 and 20, 2015, 

Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary/Saint Stephen R.C. Church, Brooklyn, New York. 

Co-sponsored by the Schiller Institute and the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, 

featuring the Schiller Institute NYC Community Chorus.

YouTube, Part1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO_HVtf3Sa0

YouTybe, Part2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gItnV9i5lV4

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