Most of these future scenarios depict a series of catastrophic events of global proportions in which a considerable part of humanity helplessly awaits "the end". But the "end of the world" and the demise of most of the world's population is not imminent, although humanity will be facing tough trials.
The development of future events is closely related to processes taking place on the Sun, the active phase of which has not yet begun. All of this will be happening very suddenly. It will seem as if the sun "explodes", an unprecedented level of activity, caused by a process (at the atomic level) scientists thus far have not encountered.
Particles circling the nuclei of the solar substance atoms for unknown reasons will suddenly begin to shoot from their orbits. In the timeframe from December 16th to December 28th (the winter solstice phase), the planet's core will begin to radiate a flow of energies that, superimposing on the solar radiation, will stimulate a chain of processes in the Earth's bio- and geosphere.
Some time later, after a series of super-powerful solar flares, our planet will experience solar and magnetic storms of unprecedented magnitude, entailing climatic and weather anomalies, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, diseases and local conflicts.