from ProjectCamelot Website





Solar Cycle 24 officially began on 4 January, 2008 - heading gradually and unstoppably towards its predicted maximum in... 2012. The significance here is that there is compelling evidence in the public domain that Solar Cycle 24 will become severe in its effects on the planet.

Everything we do here on Planet Earth is dependent on or linked to the sun. If the sun starts misbehaving, then none of us can escape the effects. Project Camelot was contacted in mid-2007 by a world-class scientist whose name would be recognized by many readers, contracted to the US government and operating under a Top Secret clearance.


He was able to tell us that one of the problems facing us in the next few years ("starting in 2009") would be a CME (Corona Mass Ejection), and he compared this to the major solar event of 1859.

In 1859 there were spectacular auroras at all latitudes, but the world was not then dependent on electronics. Today such an event would bring down communications, disable satellites, ground aircraft, and (if sufficiently severe) fry all chips and circuits not adequately shielded. This would seem to be a major and real threat.

The danger here is not to people, but to the infrastructure. Commentators enjoy pointing out the obvious (as we must do here) - that such an event might catapult us all back to the mid-1800s, with the difference being that most of us would have no idea how to cope without electronics, vehicles, or even running water.


Again, it's an infrastructure problem: no electronics means no pumps, which means no gas or water, which means no food unless it was locally grown, which means that many of us would be in big trouble.

The good news is that if a major CME was on its way, we would all get 6-48 hours warning - like a kind of solar tsunami. That's enough time to shield one's own electronics: wrap in aluminum foil and cloth, and/or bury them in the ground or take them deep into the basement.

Note, however, that in the event of a severe EMP all vehicle engines would be disabled unless they were old diesel cars or trucks with no engine management system. Henry Deacon has also advised us, repeatedly, to acquire and learn how to use ham radio - which in a worst case scenario might be the only way of communicating besides shouting out of one's window.

Many visitors to our site will realize that this fits perfectly with the testimony of our witness Dan Sherman, who was trained as a military telepath as part of Project Preserve Destiny - in preparation, as he was explicitly told,

"for a future time in which all electromagnetic communications would be rendered useless".

We do NOT know whether this has been foreseen using time portal technology, nor do we know how our scientist source mentioned above knew of the claimed coming CME problem.


He did not answer our immediate question about this, and simply apologized for not being able to say more.

He said we were,

"in for a very bad time".


"I don't normally communicate with the public like I use to," he wrote. "I found that most people just can not handle the brutal truth very well."

This person also stated, clearly, that there would be a 2012 pole shift.


But he may not have known that it had been averted (See Point 7 at 2009 - A Tale of Two Timelines). Or maybe it has not been! It's not possible to know exactly what the "bad time" was he was referring to... although one may guess.

Our best evaluation of this is that it does seem to be a definite risk that a sufficiently large solar 'spike' (what Ed Dames has overdramatically called The Kill Shot - below video) would heavily disrupt infrastructure, transport and therefore food distribution.




The Killshot





As so many have said, a degree of emergency self-sufficiency would seem smart.

As a final note, it must be said that some scientists are connecting solar activity with tectonic and geothermal activity - that is to say, volcanoes, earthquakes and (consequently) tsunamis.


If these causalities are valid, the earth changes that so many have predicted may be ushered in by nothing more than our friendly, or not-so-friendly, sun.



The debate on whether or not solar activity is set to increase dramatically still rages among public-sector solar physicists.


This very interesting 23 March 2009 New Scientist article states the potential threat very clearly as viewed by some mainstream scientists.

Researcher Mitch Battros at Earth Changes Media summarizes the situation (1 April 2009):

Conversation and deliberation amongst solar scientists has sparked concern as we continue to experience an extended period of solar minimum. There were no sunspots observed on 266 of the year's 366 days.

  • What does this mean?

  • Are we in a cooling trend, and this is perhaps the beginning of another mini-ice age?

  • Or is this the quiet before the storm?

You have to go way back to 1913 to find a year with more blank sunspots which had 311 spotless days.

However, don't be fooled - just as with other apparent slow weather cycles, we can be lulled into a sense of relief thinking we dodged another one. Some observers suggested solar cycle 24 had hit bottom in 2008 but the sunspot count in 2009 dropped even lower. As of March 31, there were no sunspots on 78 of the year's 90 days.

But let's not forget lead scientists from NASA, European Space Agency, and Royal Observatory among several top universities have all predicted Cycle 24 will be up to 50% stronger than its predecessor.

Modern technology cannot, however, predict exactly what comes next. Competing models by dozens of solar physicists disagree, sometimes sharply, on when this solar minimum will end and how big the next solar maximum will be.


The great uncertainty stems from one simple fact: No one fully understands the underlying physics of the sunspot cycle.


Update, 7 April:


We have been contacted by the wife of an electrical engineer who has been officially briefed about a serious major threat to infrastructure in a few years' time.

We believe this information is credible and important but the contact may now have been lost. Therefore we are publishing what we have - with many questions unanswered.


This is the first message we received, on 27 March, 2009:

Hello B & K
My husband is an electrical engineer for a national power company. He has just been told that they are expecting an event in the next 3-4 years that will render every transformer in the world useless.


They are desperately trying to find a solution to the problem. If they don't, the entire global electrical system will go down. I know this fits in with some of your research. Have you heard about this?

In answer to my questions, she then replied:

Hi Bill: My husband is working away from home at the moment on this problem, and I have no way of contacting him.


He is not allowed to carry a cellphone on the job. I'll clarify with him when I speak to him next, but the impression I got was that it was definitely going to happen.


He mentioned something about electromagnetic clouds in space that the Earth is drifting into. They are under incredible pressure to find a solution.


My husband is an engineer, a man of rational logic. He is not prone to flights of fancy, but this news has disturbed him no end.

Click here for the entire correspondence, and all the information we have been able to learn.