Alain, some of the earlier posts made me re-look at the matter of whether we may expect a pole shift in our lifetimes. I read "The Atlantis Blueprint" by Colin Wilson and Rand Flem-Ath about 17 years ago (published in 2000). Appendix 7, The Mechanics of Mantle Displacement by Rand Flem-Ath allayed any non-educated fear that Earth would experience an ELE after fully explaining several hypotheses, he maintained: "...we can be assured that we have thousands of years (about 29,400) before another mantle displacement occurs." Of course, great minds have been working on these problems for only a little over 100 years, since space weather, geophysics, and Solar-Terrestrial mechanics are relatively new fields. Therefore, a lot of what is written is theory. People should take that into account, before deciding that an ELE is about to occur within 1-2 years from now.i only heart the 3 days are when half of the way of the pole shift is, so with a date that was used in a video when it supposedly started and the speed taken in action i conculded it can be 2022 -+6 month.
what is right and what not on that time will tell
fact is no fear = protection, information = wisdom, misinformation = fear
the times are good to listen more to our heart than our head
Revisiting "The Atlantis Blueprint" led me to a site by Jared Freedman, who provides an easy to read primer and also definition of terms, to make this complex subject easier for the lay person to understand. His information dates to about 2001. http://solartyphoons.com/solar1.htm
A new science has recently emerged called MHD (Magnetohydrodynamics). This combines a fuller understanding of the magnetosphere, and the push-pull effect of solar activity. Due to advances in the understanding created by this new science, Jared Freedman mentions that "Plate Tectonics coupled with slow motion geological changes is one area that may be challenged."
About the magnetic poles reversing, it is understood that Earth's magnetic field strengthens, weakens and often changes North/South polarity (North and South poles reversing), but "recent rock records indicate reversals occurring on time-scales of about 200,000 years." Scientists have confidently been able to reconstruct the history of Earth's magnetic field for the last 160 million years approximately (they could go back further but not with as much confidence in the results). But they know enough to be able to see the scope of the time-scales.