dinsdag 22 oktober 2013

Now Seen In The Western Sky


Conspiracy theory forums and alternative news have been lighting up over what appears to be a ‘second sun’ in the Western skies at night recenctly. Now, The00skyview team weighs in on this object; an anomaly or a celestial body that may change the course of history? For the past year, the SkyView team has been talking about a strange object beyond Neptune, an object they believed originated outside of the Kuiper Belt. Now they tell us, “let the blinders be removed.” Think that we DON’T have a binary star system? Back in 2006, evenSpace.com stated in their story: Star Systems Hint at Possibility of Sun’s Nemesis:

Sun’s Nemesis?

The scenario has Paul Kalas and his colleagues thinking that the Sun might also have a companion that keeps the Kuiper Belt confined within a sharp boundary. U.C. Berkeley physics professor Richard Muller has proposed such a star, which he calls Nemesis, but no evidence has been found for one. (A fascinating 2nd video is below the pictures of our ’2nd sun’ called “The 2nd Sun & Ancient Cycles” from Coast to Coast.)



Walter Cruttenden discussed ancient ideas about how our solar system could be tied to another star which may have influenced the rise and fall of civilizations here on Earth. A number of ancient cultures, such as the Greeks, were aware of the precession of the equinox, or the “Great Year,” a vast 26,000 year cycle, which was said to alternate between Dark and Golden Ages.

Cruttenden has concluded that another sun, well outside our solar system, but much closer than what is believed to be our nearest star, influences the precession cycle. Our solar system, he said, moves around this great star, and over long periods of time, our ionosphere, magnetosphere and consciousness itself are altered from the interactions.

Voor youtube filmpje check de link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95eM_A8GWT0&feature=player_embedded


Source: http://beforeitsnews.com/space/2013/10/now-seen-in-the-western-sky-2468014.html

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