Much recent geological research has been focused on the core of the Earth. Accepted thinking is that there are four major layers of the Earth: the crust, mantle, outer core and the Dcore (IC). We know very little about the IC, far less than we know about the ‘reaches beyond our planet,’ according to Michio Kaku. What we do know is that the IC is about 70% the size of the Moon. It is surprisingly large, measuring an estimated 1,220 kilometres (758 miles) across. However, a fifth layer may have been identified (although proposed at the start of this century), described as the “innermost inner core” of approximately 644 km (400 mile wide) and thought to be a ball of metal with an iron-nickel alloy shell, which may or may not be true as some scientists consider that, due to the intense heat, it may be more like a plasma or a superionic state of matter behaving as a solid. The components of this innermost inner core are very similar to the layer around it, according to Dr Thanh-Son Pham, a seismologist and postdoctoral fellow at The Research School of Earth Sciences at the Australian National University in Canberra, since it is anisotropic (taking on different characteristics depending upon the angle from which it is viewed). All of the core layers can only be identified following bombardments by seismic waves traveling through it in different directions.
Currently the speed and direction of rotation of the inner core are also being analysed and in a still controversial claim, geophysicist Dr Yi Yang and Professor Xiaodong Song state that the IC is rotating faster than the mantle and crust. However, the speed and directionality may change over time with varying temporal estimates of 6 years, 20 years or 70 years, so extensive research is still required. The recent research on the IC rotation by Yang and Song has indicated a slowing down of the spin of the Earth’s core in about 2009, at the end of what may be an approximate 70-year cycle. They posit that the IC rotation has recently paused, suggesting a potential rotation reversal. The paper suggests that this is minor and of little concern (although the rate of spin remains unknown) and at most the spin of the IC may influence the overall spin of the Earth. Nevertheless, they do state that if the spin of IC is very different from the rest of the planet, seismic waves will hit the core differently and bounce back differently too. In their abstract, they state,
“Differential rotation of Earth’s inner core relative to the mantle is thought to occur under the effects of the geodynamo on core dynamics and gravitational core–mantle coupling. This rotation has been inferred from temporal changes between repeated seismic waves that should traverse the same path through the inner core. [And further that their studies…] provide evidence for dynamic interactions between the Earth’s layers, from the deepest interior to the surface, potentially due to gravitational coupling and the exchange of angular momentum from the core and mantle to the surface.”
What is most important for us is the spin of the core material and gravitational coupling suggesting the creation of a magnetic field, although Badro et al contend that the geomagnetic field might have preceded the IC’s birth. Interestingly, although the outer core is believed to generate the Earth’s magnetic field, in contrast, geophysicist John Tarduno at the University of Rochester states that the inner core regenerated the planet’s magnetic field when it formed 4 billion years ago.
Scientists are, thus, striving to understand how the IC effects the Earth’s magnetic field and its evolution. Critical for us today is how the rotational changes of the IC, being observed now, as well as potential future changes, may affect our world.
The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch® tells us in Key 304: 43:
“Thus, man must face the fact that magnetic field reversal, contributing to the rise and fall of species and civilizations, can occur very rapidly as a result of triggering events set in motion by cosmic oscillations in combination with the Earth’s magnetic field.”
The Keys point to the weakening of the magnetosphere (of Earth’s magnetic field), which acts as a protection against solar radiation. We now see that Mars has only a weak and spotty magnetic field and realize its surface has drastically changed particularly due to this lack. Yet, in the midst of these changes, we recall the Academy maxim: there are no problems, only solutions! We need to believe that we are able to solve all of humankind’s challenges if we open our hearts, minds and souls (our inner core) to make the higher consciousness connection. The Keys further suggest that “Higher Evolutionary Intelligence” may help humanity co-engineer a vibratory environment consistent with new bio-magnetic changes needed to survive as a species.
In the Words of Key 404, THOU SHALL BE THE LIVING KINGDOM UPON ALL WORLDS, we see ourselves as a part of the ongoing restructuring of life to Life. Amid the changes around us, from the inner core of the Earth to the surrounding stars, from the cells of our bodies to our body-mind-spirit complex, we recognise both the challenges we face and the solutions that are available. We welcome into our midst the great scientific minds who are able to work with and implement these solutions as, with the support of the Divine Hierarchy, we fulfil our role in the manifestation of the Kingdom of God on our planet.
Therefore, from the inner core of our being, transformed through Thy Name, O El Elyon, we call upon the Basileia tou Theou, to manifest the “Kingdom of God” as we realise and bring forth the words of Luke:
“Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” (Luke 17:21)
With Love and Blessings,
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 Hurtak, J.J. 2019. The Fourth Light Picture Superscript. Academy For Future Science