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On July 15, 1995, at the start of ZetaTalk, the Zetas stated that the weakening magnetic field was caused by the approach of Planet X, due to arrive in the inner solar system in 2003.

Where some scientists state that the Earth's magnetic field has been weakening lately, this is certainly not the case. They misunderstand. The Earth's magnetic field is not weakening, it is changing course or direction, and thus Scattered does not register on their instruments in the same old way. This is an early indicator of the great confusion that tPlanet X will have on the Earth, soon, during the pole shift. Another way to describe this dispersing is the scientific term - base resonant frequency. This is just another name for magnetic pull, the strength of the pull the Earth's core has on instruments. Instruments, through electricity coursing through wires, create a magnetic field in a core of iron or some other highly susceptible material. The resulting electromagnetic field can be either aligned with the Earth, or set to cross the Earth's magnetic field, or at any partial angle that the scientists desire. Depending on the strength of the Earth's own magnetic field, the field created by the instruments is thus disrupted or weakened. This weakening disruption, noted by scientists, is just another indication of the dispersal of the Earth's internal magnetic field.
ZetaTalk: Magnetic Field, written July 15, 1995
When first sighted in 1983, it was on the right hand side of Orion, as viewed from your northern hemisphere. It will first move left and up toward the elliptical plane as it nears the Earth's Solar System for its passage, as though to assume a place with the other planets in the Solar System, at this point being slightly to the left of Orion. In 1998 it will veer right, moving toward Taurus and Aries, assuming a retrograde orbit, and will come up through the plane as viewed from above the elliptical plane, in its first passage. Early on we made clear what was about to happen, in 2003.
ZetaTalk: Planet X, written Feb 15, 1996

An article published in the National Geographic on June 30, 2008 states that "rapid, almost sudden" changes have taken place since 2003, the time when Planet X, per the Zetas in their early predictions, arrived in the inner solar system.

Earth's Core, Magnetic Field Changing Fast, Study Says
June 30, 2008
Rapid changes in the churning movement of Earth's liquid outer core are weakening the magnetic field in some regions of the planet's surface, a new study says. "What is so surprising is that rapid, almost sudden, changes take place in the Earth's magnetic field," said study co-author Nils Olsen, a geophysicist at the Danish National Space Center in Copenhagen. The findings suggest similarly quick changes are simultaneously occurring in the liquid metal, 1,900 miles (3,000 kilometers) below the surface, he said. The swirling flow of molten iron and nickel around Earth's solid center triggers an electrical current, which generates the planet's magnetic field. The study, published recently in Nature Geoscience, modeled Earth's magnetic field using nine years of highly accurate satellite data. Fluctuations in the magnetic field have occurred in several far-flung regions of Earth, the researchers found. In 2003 scientists found pronounced changes in the magnetic field in the Australasian region. In 2004, however, the changes were focused on Southern Africa. The changes "may suggest the possibility of an upcoming reversal of the geomagnetic field," said study co-author Mioara Mandea, a scientist at the German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam. Earth's magnetic field has reversed hundreds of times over the past billion years, and the process could take thousands of years to complete.