Thursday, 30 June 2016

Ultra-warmist German solar physicists now warning of a 'mini-ice age'

Ultra-warmist German solar physicists now warning of a 'mini-ice age'. The daily Berliner Kurier writes today that solar physicists at the ultra-warmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) are warning that Europe may be facing "a mini ice age" due to a possible protracted solar minimum.
For an institute that over the past 20 years has steadfastly insisted that man has been almost the sole factor in climate change over the past century and that the sun no longer plays a role, this is quite remarkable. June 29

A chart for the last lunar eclipse of March 23 will help explain this news. Notice that the eclipse was square the TNPs Kronos[8cn]-Hades[4cn] – a combination that put simply means “leaders or experts make mistakes”. But more significant is the fact that the combination is opposite the centaur Amycus [6cp]. About Amycus  Philip Sedgwick writes that this centaur recognizes that too much resolve can stand in the way of resiliency so that when new data or insights arrive, that improve the current point of view, it simply helps to integrate it [1].

So in other words, the eclipse holds the potential for a possible acknowledgement  of mistakes by leaders or experts who are then willing to change their opinions ( President Erdogan admitting Turkey’s mistake in shooting down a Russian fighter jet is another case in point).

Progressing the eclipse chart to June 29 brings the Uranus-Pluto square that was aligned with the meridian to an alignment with the horizon thereby triggering it. Among other things, this square stands for a collapse of an old way of being or thinking, a sort of prelude to a transformation.

[1] The Soul of the Sky; Philip Sedgwick (p.300)

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