Solar Storm Geoshelters . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 4 February 2018

Dear Ones,

I have mentioned in past about how, in an urban environment, the concentration of human thought-forms leads to cognitive dissonance during solar storms and other solar events. And how the valleys between hills and mountain ranges can provide shelter from the urban unconscious thought cloud at these times. The evidence is my own: anecdotal, empirical. Why this is, I am not sure.

However, I thought I would provide some graphics illustrating sample solar storm geoshelter areas, so that those of you in urban environments can look for similar geological features in your own area, just in case you may need to retire to them in future, during a day of unusually large solar activity.

Here is a Google Map showing ranges of hills or mountains in El Escorpion Park and Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve, to the west of Los Angeles. In the map, then, the greatest urban concentration is beyond the righthand side and bottom of the map. You can see folds of hills, not too comfy from a conventional point of view, but which will shut off the noospheric chatter in days of collective cognitive dissonance in the urban collective …

Link: El Escorpion Park and Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve, Google Topo Map,,-118.6879111,2659m/data=!3m1!1e3 ..

There is also a cave in this locale, the Cave of Munits, but this is quite popular, and very well known; hence not that suitable.

Here is a closeup of the right side of the above topo map, showing a fan-shaped range of hills to the left of an imaginary line between the Cave of Munits and two water towers:

Link: Fan-Shaped Range of Hills in El Escorpion Park,,-118.6779401,934m/data=!3m1!1e3 ..

Here is a composite image of the same fan-shaped range of hills, taken from a mesa located between the Cave of Munits and the water towers, You can see how the narrow valleys between the hills might offer noospheric shelter during a solar event …

Composite of Fan-Shaped Range of Hills in El Escorpion Park, Los Angeles, by Alice B. Clagett, 20 November 2017, CC BY-SA 4.0

  • There are many similar, natural geoshelter areas in the greater Los Angeles area.
  • Some people also choose the lower levels of underground parking lots (which I find too smoggy).
  • Others choose basements, or caves, or the area beneath seldom travelled bridges.
  • Another way to disconnect from the urban noosphere is simply to go out in the country.
  • Yet another is to establish a sacred meditation spaces in your home, whether it be a separate room, or simply a corner of a room, and to use this area daily to meditate, so as to build up a quiet zone to retreat to.

In a time of Solar Minimum, such as we are now experiencing, there won’t be much need for this advice. However, now is a good time to plan for the Solar Events, noospheric turmoil, and cognitive dissonance we will no doubt begin to experience as the Sun moves on toward Solar Maximum in the coming few years.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

See also … LInk: “Overview of Solar Storm Geoshelters,” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 11 January 2018; revised … ..

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solar events, geostorms, geoshelters, noosphere, cognitive dissonance, cities of earth, urban environments,

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