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The Saturn and Jupiter are gaseous planets, we are told, [...]


Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa-ken
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The Saturn and Jupiter are gaseous planets, we are told, but I think it's all BS. Even the Sun is solid and there is no nuclear fission or fusion taking place to generate heat or light. Any info anyone?

Now, if the ancients worshiped the Saturn as the "Dark Sun", as David Icke indicates, where was the Sun then?
Ra
According to http://www.jmccsci.com
The fusion takes place in the Sun's atmosphere.
Wednesday 6 July 2016, 15:18:10
[deleted user]
I have a different take on all of this, based on a science that isn't taught in schools. There is no light generated by stars, the waves projected by stars, are electrical in nature, and powered by cold. This is a male, generative energy that projects across space in the form of longitudinal waves of dielectrcity, providing the compression "seed" energy that is what we feel as gravity, it is what powers the female entities known as planets. Female energy, being receptive, multiplies and radiates the energy of the Sun into the planet's magnetic field. It is this magnetic field that acts as a giant projector screen upon which the longitudinal energy of the stars impinges, creating what we see as light & feel as heat. These energies operate in 90 degrees to one another, forming what you could visualize as a cross, the light of the cross, as well as all other electrical phenomena. The further away a planet moves from the Sun, the less influence the Sun has on the planet, the less gravity is exerted, and the planet begins to "fluff" up, become a loose ball of dust and gas, eventually losing its mass to space, and its ability to "reproduce" its magnet field, until it's just a cold core of nothing. I suspect that the Sun gives birth to new planets from time to time, which pushes all of the other planets back into new orbits. The orbits themselves are not heliocentric, but helical, a spiral that trails along behind the Sun. This may sound far fetched to most, but this is how I have to understand the cosmos, and you may find it an entertaining hypothesis at the very least.
Thursday 7 July 2016, 03:56:59
asemo
I'm a big fan of the Electric Universe theory and plasma cosmology. I recommend checking out the thunderbolts project. thunderbolts.info.
Thursday 7 July 2016, 11:24:38
Ra
I like your theory, sounds a little like cold fission but we all know that is pseudoscience right????? As for the sun ejecting planets, if this were the case would not all planets be similar in rotation and physical properties?
If you look at Eco-planets they all have a Jupiter like planed which I believe captures passing potential planets by its huge gravitational field and projects them into the solar system to find their own orbit, the reverse of the slingshot method used by NASA etc to propel missions to the planets. Venus is a relative newcomer to our solar system, Immanuel Velikovski stated the ancients declared Venus was born of Jupiter but maybe it was captured by Jupiter. I concur about electricity in space, how do we make a magnet stronger? Add electric charge.
Friday 8 July 2016, 13:45:03
[deleted user]
Planets are born, grow, and die, like everything else in the cosmos. When young, they have different rotational profiles than mature and elderly planets. The Sun's energy is what causes planets to spin, it is the primary source of power. As planets move out from the Sun and age, the rotation changes, and the planet can change alignment, eventually physically flipping upside down. I'm not sure of what "Eco-planets" are, have read Velikovski's stuff.
Sunday 10 July 2016, 04:22:46
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