When will the next pole shift and solar nova occur

Douglas Vogt of Diehold Foundation presents his research about the timing of the next Polar Reversal (Geomagnetic Reversal) and Nova.

He presents 11 reasons why he believes the Reversal will occur in 2046.

"I present this information because I want some people to survive the reversal event," Douglas said. "This series of videos are taken from Chapter 8 in 'God’s Day of Judgment, the Real Cause of Global Warming,' 'The theory of Multidimensional Reality' and 'Creation of the Hebrew Alphabet.'

These three books can be purchased through www.Amazon.com or the publisher at www.vectorpub.com. The foundation's web site www.dieholdfoundation.com has the books listed as well as information on this information theory of existence as well as three expeditions to Egypt.

Featured image credit: Douglas Vogt/Diehold Foundation


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