The Solar Storms Will Be the LSD of 2012
Not even Jimi Hendrix could have imagined that LSD would come with solar storms.
The Austrian scientist Dieter Broers has spent more than 30 years researching the effects of the electromagnetic fields in human beings, and he is one of the few that has approached the 2012 issue in a realistic and scientific way, with a fair dose of hope.
Briers discovered that significant disturbances in the electromagnetic fields surrounding human beings could originate mental states similar to those provoked by hallucinogenic drugs or mystical experiences.
The alteration of our electromagnetic fields, produced by the “solar flares” or “solar storms” foreseen for 2012, could affect our conscience and our perception of reality. During days with a high solar activity, we could experience hallucinations and extremely baffling or pleasant states of mind.
Broers considers that what’s important about these states of mind, which can be called ‘altered’, is that they could allow us to understand the global crisis this planet is going through, like a symptom to an illness that might be cured.
Imagine this: You go out to look for a job and stop in front of a newsstand. Suddenly, the pictures come to life and start talking to you. First you feel scared and think you might be crazy, but then you accept it and start a dialog. This conversation takes you through unsuspected paths and points of view you never had. All of a sudden you realize human kind is ill and understand why and how this problem can be solved.
Thanks to the collective reflections mankind would have in this altered state, caused by the disturbance of our electromagnetic fields provoked by the solar storms, we would find a cure for the global crisis our society is facing.
In his book “Revolution 2012”, Dieter Broers warns us about solar storms: “The events that the cosmos hold for us in 2012 could be compared to drinking a glass of juice where somebody has poured a little LSD without our knowledge.”
Sources: Dieter Broers, Revolution 2012