ARE RELATED TO SOLAR ACTIVITY!
THEY OCCUR IN CYCLES.
THEREFORE THEY ARE PREDICTABLE, AND POSSIBLY PREVENTABLE.
The late Professor Raymond Wheeler, historian at the
University of Kansas, found
the cycles of wars going back as far as 2500 years. Before that he
couldn't get good data. One of Wheeler's cycles is reproduced below.
Year Cycles of War
thought the war cycles could be related to the well known sunspot cycle,
but the war peak activity clearly came after the sunspot peaks, so this
Year Sunspot Cycle
Pondering over the data and the sunspot cycles I finally realized
that the key factor was when wars started. This
turned out to be when geomagnetic activity was greatest, which occurred
when solar activity was rapidly increasing or decreasing.
When I looked at when international battles started the data showed
a clear association with the upsurge of solar activity and the descent.
Battles never started at the peak years of solar activity and hardly
ever at the lows.
This is shown by the bar graph below, which was prepared by
analysis of the raw data, where black bars show the start of
international battles and the white bars show the peak of sunspot
cycles. The black bars never coincide with the peaks of solar activity
What can be done about wars?
A Typical Sunspot Peak
I found that the start of battles occurred mostly during the
ascent, or decent, of sunspot activity every 11 years.
A geophysicist found that
geomagnetic activity, which affects brainwaves and hormones, was higher
on the ascending or descending portion of the solar activity cycle. Once
started, battles may be over soon, or carried on for years, so it may
seem that wars are always happening.
found that I could predict the specific times of heightened solar
activity by analysis of where the planets were in the solar system.
Anyone can predict when upsets, or good times are likely to occur with
our software program:
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