The planets don’t orbit the Sun, exactly.

The Sun is “not” a stationary object. It orbits something called the Barry center (the solar system’s center of mass). The path that the Sun takes around the Barry center is highly irregular. The short video below simulates what the changing configuration of planetary orbits would have looked like as they orbited the Barry center from 1960 to 2021 (60-years). In this illustration, the solar system’s center-of-mass (or Barry center) is stationary at the center of the red cross hairs (which is at the center of the red circle). The positions of the planets’, as well as the Sun, are automatically adjusted to show their relative position (distance and direction) to the Barry center (and to each other).

Tracking the 2011 earthquake and tsunami from Japan all the way back to the Sun.

No one that was alive at the time will likely forget the earthquake that caused the great tsunami and potential nuclear meltdown of March 11, 2011. It has been the subject of intense study for more than a decade and, finally, new possibilities as to its cause are beginning to emerge.

Dozens of papers have been published and all agree that the cause of the magnitude 9 earthquake was the largest fault slip ever recordedBut, the more important question is, what caused those two tectonic plates to slip?

There may be an answer. But, it would suggest that the fault slippage is (in fact) an effect–not a cause–and that the cause is something else entirely. Something unworldly, one might say.  

The chart below tells an interesting story (click to open in a new window).

The sky overhead as it looked at the time of the earthquake

The chart above is an astronomic compilation of all the planets along with some of the important background stars that were enclosed within the ecliptic circle on that fateful day. The Sun, naturally, is at the center.

It shows that Uranus was aligned with the Sun’s equator. But, more importantly, it shows that Jupiter and Saturn were aligned perfectly at opposite ends of the 7-degree tilt of the Sun’s rotation axis (with respect to the ecliptic plane). That mysterious tilt, by the way, is one of the most baffling mysteries in astronomy. 

What do the alignments have to do with earthquakes on Earth?

More than what one might imagine. Scientists have discovered hidden magnetic portals that connect the Sun’s magnetic force field with the magnetic fields of planets. When the two force fields rub against each other, sparks fly.

The chart below provides an even deeper insight into what was going on in our solar system on that fateful day in March 2011. The Sun is featured as the orange ball in the illustration and displays the date of the subject event.

Contrary to what most people believe, the planets do not orbit around the Sun, exactly. They orbit around the barry center (the solar system center of mass). If you are not familiar with this concept, I suggest that you watch this short video before you proceed.

This Center of Mass Profile also shows the alignment of Uranus, Jupiter, and Saturn on March 11, 2011, but it is from the perspective of their relative position to the barry center. Notice, if you will, that the Sun is not centered in the red circle. Instead, it is lateralized almost 432,000-miles to the right of the center where it is orbiting around the barry center. In this presentation, the barry center is always at the center of the circle and everything else has been organized by their relative positions to the barry center and to each other. Theoretically, at least, the farther the distance between the Sun and Barry center, the greater the stress to the system.

Couldn’t this all just be a coincidence? 

Of course, it could. But I don’t think it is and here’s why:

Look familiar?

The solar system configuration of the two events is very much the same. But, instead of the Sun being lateralized to the right, as it was in 2011, it was lateralized to the left on December 26, 2004. In both cases, the Sun had separated itself from the center of mass by almost 432,000-miles compared to where it had been on April 8, 1990 (see below). When the Sun moves away from the barry center it is responding as a child would when someone larger gets on the other end of their teeter-totter. Staying in balance is imperative.  

If you are still not convinced that my theory has merit, the next illustration should do the trick. It is a sampling of four more giant quakes where the Sun was positioned approximately 432,000-miles from the barry center on the date of the quake.  

How were the events initiated?

According to the physicist, Wal Thornhill, “all bodies from particles to planets to stars to galactic nuclei are plasmoids connected by Birkeland currents”. If I understand him correctly, our Sun is charged from outside sources. If it becomes overcharged, it discharges the excess potential through the hidden magnetic portals connected to the planets. The discharge from the Sun becomes charged potential on the Earth and is stored in our oceans (oceans function as batteries). 

Anyway, that’s my story, and as the saying goes, I’m sticking to it.

Have a GREAT day,

Ron Messick