(NaturalNews) It’s easy to get caught up in the material things of our modern day society, rushing through, not paying any attention to the skies hovering around our head. We walk the globe, not realizing that we’re hanging off a sphere, grounded by a powerful force of gravity that keeps us from falling through the sky and out into the black. As we are spun around a sphere, the very sphere that we rely on is circling around a giant, fiery heat source. When we stop and look up, we realize that we are at the mercy of much greater powers in the universe. We feel small in this moment, humbled, but we also feel so powerful, a part of the stardust, the minerals, the miracles and the energy.
In this moment, we realize that we are a speck inside this universe, but we are also the entire universe for all that lives within us, all our cells and our entire microbiome! We are a mirror, projecting and reflecting.
Being born during solar calm may add 5 years to your life
So what effect do the stars, the sun and the moon have on our existence on Earth? Does the astrological activity of the sun shape our lifespan, our path in life? According to research from Norway, the solar activity of the sun during one’s birth can influence that person’s lifespan. The Norwegian scientists found that, when people are born during periods of solar calm, they live much longer. When people are born during periods of solar storms and heightened sun activity, lifespans are typically five years shorter. The study was based on demographic data from 8,600 Norwegians born between 1676 and 1878 which was compared with data on solar activity during their birth dates. The data was obtained from church records and included lifespans of both the poor and the wealthy.
Is sun activity playing with human energy fields?
About every 11 years, the sun completes a cycle of its own and begins a period of heightened solar activity. Sunspots occur during this time, solar flares emit and coronal mass ejections shoot into space. Today, this activity can affect radio communication and the electrical grid on Earth. Navigational equipment and satellites can be damaged during these solar storms.
Interestingly, the Norwegian scientists found a constant thread of their own: When solar activity was marked by powerful flares and geomagnetic storms, those born in that season live an average of 5.2 years less than those born during solar calm. Somehow, the activity of the sun may be influencing human navigation through life, messing with human energy fields, DNA and cellular processes.
The paper, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, reported, “Solar activity at birth decreased the probability of survival to adulthood,” thus reducing average lifespan. The paper also reported that females’ lifespans were more sensitive to the solar storms at birth and were more impacted than males’ lifespans.
Heightened solar activity may affect fertility, DNA, and cellular function
Other conclusions were made in the study. The study’s authors linked the heightened solar activity to increased ultraviolet radiation, causing cell damage, DNA damage and reproductive issues.
“We show for the first time that not only infant survival and thus lifespan but also fertility is statistically associated with solar activity at birth,” they wrote.
They also reported that solar activity “significantly reduced” fertility for women born into the poor category. The researchers reasoned, “The effect of socio-economic status on the relationship between solar activity and fertility suggests that high-status pregnant women were better able to avoid the adverse effects of high solar activity.”
The researchers stated that, when ultraviolet light is increased before birth, it can degrade levels of the B vitamin folate. Folate shortages are already linked to higher rates of illness and death in infants, and these vitamin deficiencies could be due to the solar flares.
Written by L.J. Devon