The Pole Shift And Official Scientific Research

The pole shift theory suggests that the Earth's physical north and south poles have not always been in their current positions.

Pokes reversed in Earth's past called a pole Shift.

This hypothesis is based on geological evidence and has been the subject of scientific study. Researchers have found evidence of past pole shifts through the examination of rocks and sediments, as well as the analysis of ancient magnetic field data.

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While the exact causes and mechanisms of pole shifts are still not fully understood, the theory provides valuable insights into the dynamic nature of our planet and its geological history.


Pole shift theory is almost always discussed in the context of Earth, but other solar system bodies may have experienced similar reversals during their existence.

What do we know

The Earth’s magnetic field reverses on time scales that vary between 100,000 to 1,000,000 years. Scientists can tell how often the magnetic field reverses by looking at volcanic rocks in the ocean. - Earthsky

There are a few variations of thought as to how and why the Earth experiences pole shifts. One theory suggests a 180-degree physical inversion of the planet's solid crust around its molten core. Thus, leading to major cataclysmic events and extreme physical earth changes. It is believed that this could take place if another planetary body such as a rogue planet or similar cosmic anomaly - passed near the Earth, providing enough torque for such an event to occur.

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Earth is surrounded by an immense magnetic field, called the magnetosphere. Generated by powerful, dynamic forces at the centre of our world, our magnetosphere shields us from erosion of our atmosphere by the solar wind, particle radiation from coronal mass ejections (eruptions of large clouds of energetic, magnetized plasma from the Sun’s corona into space), and from cosmic rays from deep space. - NASA

Many believe this has occurred in the past and is due to occur again in the not-so-distant future.

Planet Nibiru Theory

Linked to the close of the Mayan calendar, a variety of rumours spread regarding ways the world could end back in 2012. One popular contender was Nibiru, a supposed planet that some claimed would collide with Earth at the end of that year. But despite the buzz, there's no scientific evidence supporting the alleged planet's existence — and, of course, our planet survived 2012 without absorbing a massive impact. -

According to theorist Zechariah Sitchin, he calls this planet Nibiru, the 12th planet of our solar system. This event could have the potential to reshape Earth and life, as we know it. But seriously you should take it with a pinch of salt as it's not been proven. The real comet Elenin got mixed up in this unproven theory.

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The second would be a reversal of the Earth's magnetic poles called geomagnetic reversal in which the positions of magnetic north and magnetic south become interchanged as the Earth's magnetic field weakens. A reversal of the magnetic poles is much more likely, as it has occurred several times before in Earth's history according to paleomagnetists. Evidence for this is provided by measurements of the orientation of magnetic materials in sedimentary and volcanic rock.

Research indicates approximately 200 reversals have occurred over the last 178 million years. Scientist and author, Gregg Braden refer to this shift as, "the shift of the ages" where Earth's magnetic field decreases to zero point, consequently reversing the magnetic flow, bringing humanity into an age of Enlightenment.

But we know what real science and evidence based research is because we are an intelligent species with logic and reasoning. Based on the evidence gained over a long period of time scientists have corrected, perfected and given us a unique insight into the Earth itself.

The 2012 Cataclysm That Never Happened

This shift is also thought to bring about periods of rapid cataclysmic changes. Many tried to link this event to the year 2012 and the end of the ancient Mayan Calendar cycle. But if you check out the link for you'll see a lot of the claims were down to fear-mongering and hoaxes based on nothing more than some people giving opinions and it wasn't based on evidence but rather feelings and exaggerated claims of inside knowledge.

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