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If you ever wanted to read a treatise about the importance of seeing reality over illusion, seeking the truth over lies, then this book is a must read.

Jet Stream meanderings, Gulf Stream slow-downs, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, meteor fireballs, tornadoes, deluges, sinkholes, and noctilucent clouds have been on the rise since the turn of the century. Have proponents of man-made global warming been proven correct, or is something else, something much bigger, happening on our planet? While mainstream science depicts these Earth changes as unrelated, Pierre Lescaudron applies findings from the Electric Universe paradigm and plasma physics to suggest that they might in fact be intimately related, and stem from a single common cause: the close approach of our Sun's 'twin' and an accompanying cometary swarm. Citing historical records, the author reveals a strong correlation between periods of authoritarian oppression with catastrophic and cosmically-induced natural disasters.

Referencing metaphysical research and information theory, Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection is a ground-breaking attempt to re-connect modern science with ancient understanding that the human mind and states of collective human experience can influence cosmic and earthly phenomena. Covering a broad range of scientific fields, and lavishly illustrated with over 250 images and 1,000 sources, Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection, is presented in an accessible format for anyone seeking to understand the signs of our times.

I appreciated the systematic way Pierre Lescaudron connects the dots. The book begins with, among other things, a very understandable (i.e. plain English) explanation of the scientific understandings about the theory of the electrical nature of the universe and how it relates to climate, followed by what history can teach us, as well as important considerations about information theory and consciousness, and all along the way exposes a lot of misunderstandings, misconceptions and pure fabrications in the mainstream about all of these things.

Eventually, step by step, one can come to the reasonable conclusion that the more people believe in lies or else in truth can have a potentially large effect on what happens to our earth and to our species.

After reading it, you can see that a human-cosmic connection is not merely the product of some person's imagination, but a serious subject worthy of consideration supported by the observable phenomena and facts of the world today and the past.

Actually this concept was something probably understood by the ancients, but society as a whole, and the rulers of society, have had motivation to suppress and forget it, especially during periods relatively free of catastrophes. This point is also explored in the book.

After all the even-handedness and reasonableness in the way the subject is handled throughout the book, the author humbly offers this important piece of advice for caution:
If the human-cosmic connection is valid, all data should be inspected carefully before we consider it as true or false. This applies to every piece of information, including the content of this book. It certainly offers a more objective assessment of reality than the mechanistic uniformitarian paradigm hammered into us by the elites and their minions. However, it does not mean everything is true. So, check the sources, read other material, think, compare, discern, share information with collinear people, and finally build your own assessment of reality, as objectively as possible.
This book complements the compelling ground-breaking work by Laura Knight-Jadczyk called Comets and the Horns of Moses (The Secret History of the World) [Vol II]. That book is packed with historical facts and the work of contemporary scientists and in a similar way as Pierre's book, it offers important dot-connecting so that these two books together offer a crucial key to help understand where humanity is today and how we got here and what is the probably the best thing to be done next.

If you find these books helpful in understanding our world, I recommend also reading Knight-Jadczyk's The Secret History of the World and How to Get Out Alive, the first book in the Secret History of the World series published about 2008.

Of course, the references in the book cite sources that make worthwhile reading.

Some questions raised and answered in this book.
Can the violence and the lies spread by powerful elites somehow trigger cosmic reactions? Does human consciousness have any influence on matter as has been suggested by some physicists, occurring at the microcosmic level? How does the observer influence the observed event at the macrocosmic level? Does a group of individuals (the world population, for example) have more influence on an observed event when they all 'resonate' on the same belief frequency? What happens when those beliefs are lies, orthogonal to the reality? And finally, if all the above is correct, what can we do to alter the bleak future that such an idea suggests?
In part 1 of the book, we get a brilliant summary of the Electric Universe theory, basic concepts of the Electric Universe theory and plasma cosmology: the primary role of electrically charged plasma, showing the forces at work in our solar system and beyond, including plasma dynamics, electric discharge, double-layer plasma sheaths, and how these phenomena apply at planetary, solar and galactic levels.

Part 2 focus on the Nemesis theory and how it fits into the Electric Universe model, connecting it with both the increase in cometary activity of recent years and the decrease in solar activity. The topic of cyclical extinctions caused by encounters with comets following various cycles is also introduced.

"After looking into these phenomena, it was clear to me that a hypothetical solar companion and accompanying cometary swarm approaching the solar system could explain these allegedly man-made and unrelated anomalies, which now appeared to be intimately related to each other and unlikely to be related to human activity."

Part 3 focuses on electric universe and nemesis theories and ties them to explain how the nemesis and it's cometary swarm are effecting the Earth including the slowdown of the Earth's rotation, an increase in earthquakes, fireballs and meteors in our atmosphere, meteorite impacts on the ground, volcanic eruptions and sinkholes, global cooling, disruptions of the Gulf Stream and the jet streams, more frequent hurricanes, lightning and tornadoes, floods, droughts, strange and new types of clouds and anomalous sounds, crop failure, and pole shifts.

In part 4 the authors reintroduces "the forgotten concept of the Mandate of Heaven and describe how it was progressively erased from human understanding and history, focusing on the medieval Dark Ages when an enormous cover-up took place, engineered by religion. Then I describe the possible science behind this phenomenon, with data from quantum theory, information theory, and psi research, finally summing it all up and suggesting what our future may have in store, and what we can do about it."

It's a book to read, reread and share with all those who are interested in understanding our reality.