We have just witnessed the completion of the magnetic reversal of the sun. This is not a major event as far as Earth and its inhabitants are concerned; it happens every 11 years or so as part of this short term solar sunspot cycle, towards the end of the period of high sunspot activity. Indeed, it seems the reversal marks the beginning of the end of the period of high sunspot activity, which is where we are – at the end of what was forecast by many pundits as likely to be a cycle of very high sunspot activity but has proven to have been something of a damp squib, leading to the forecasts of a pending mini Ice Age by those climate scientists who are not singing from the globalists’ anthropogenic global warming song sheet.
However, the reversal of the Earth’s magnetic field appears to have more significance for the planet and life upon it, and it happens far less frequently. This website, magneticreversal.org, has been set up to share the data on this reversal, it’s likely timing and possible consequences. I have taken the following from the website:
So, with other factors being unchanged, this is likely to occur in the next 100 years.
It’s important to distinguish between a magnetic pole switch as discussed on this site and the flipping of the geographic pole, which does appear to have occurred in the past and with the consequence of acting as, for all intents and purposes, a complete reset for life on Earth. There is no tangible evidence I know of that suggests this in the offing. Nevertheless, a magnetic pole flip on Earth is not to be ignored.