The Solar System’s Underlying Reality

By Ronald G. Messick

 

The solar system is such a complex puzzle that it takes a specialist in the fields of cosmology, astronomy, and orbital mechanics to assemble its pieces. But a recent discovery has revealed a simpler underlying reality–a scheme so grand that only “Mother Nature” could have conceived it.

Instead of a solar system filled with randomness as one might expect, a truly remarkable relationship was found to exists between the Sun’s photosphere and the orbits of the planet’s. The substance of this breakthrough is straight forward and will only take three paragraphs to describe.

To put things in context, the Sun contains a whopping 99.9% of all the mass in the solar system and its influence is, literally, that of a god. So, in a practical sense, all motion begins with the rotation of the Sun; i.e., (the gear shaft powering the planetary gears).

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Astonishingly, all planetary gears rotate at the
uniform rate of 216 revolutions per orbit. 

Here’s how it works; the photospheric circumference is described as 2,714,530.909 imperial miles. And, when that value is multiplied by the planet’s normalized distance from the Sun; i.e., astronomical units (AUs) and then, multiplied again by “216” the calculated result is, invariably, the precise length of the planet’s orbit (expressed in imperial miles).

Check it out…

Solar rotation at the root of planetary orbits

Solar circumference X AU X 216–that’s it–all orbits–no exceptions. 

The bottom line–the photosphere, itself, provides a heliocentric frame of reference. Simply reversing the order of the components (as has been done in the table below) should make that point very clear. Copernicus brought about a revolution in the field of astronomy by describing how the solar system looked from the Sun which is exactly what we are looking at here.

Photospheric Constant1

How accurate are these calculations? 

Time-Distance-Reconciliation

As illustrated above, both time and distance reconcile perfectly with the Gregorian calendar’s scheme of days, hours, minutes and seconds. The miles per second represents the planet’s orbital frequency (or hertz). Here’s an example,

Earth: 18.59267746 X 86,400 X 365 = 586,338,676.38 miles.

What does it mean?

The significance of this discovery has to do with two areas of scientific research;

1. The mechanism that links planetary orbits to the 11-year solar cycle. The majority of scientists work on the principle that the Sun is self-modulating and each solar cycle is a product of a random number generator. However, there are dozens of scientific papers showing correlations between planetary orbits and the 11-year solar cycle. But, because of the extreme distances involved and the fact that gravity declines at the square of the distance, those papers are basically ignored. However, this uniform 216:1 relationship between the photospheric circumference and planetary orbits suggests that something else is at play here.

2. The mechanism that controls planetary spacing; Those involved in planetary science have long known that Newton’s view of the universe was that of isolated “billiard balls” occasionally perturbing each other and causing chaos. Yet, what is observed is clockwork stability. Clockwork stability, however, requires a feedback mechanism to control orbital spacing and, presently, that mechanism does not exist. The 216:1 relationship between the photospheric circumference and planetary orbits may be an important clue.

 

I’m reminded of a quote by the late Nikola Tesla—the Serbian-American inventor that discovered the alternating electric current that lit up our world:

If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.”

― Nikola Tesla

This uniform 216:1 relationship between the photospheric circumference and planetary orbits is exactly the kind of thing that Tesla is referring to. But, no one is paying any attention. For example, the photospheric circumference of 2,714,530.909 miles divided by the 86,400 seconds in a day is 31.4181818-days (rotation period). Those 31.4181818-day rotations multiplied by 216 is 6,786.327273-days. Why does that matter? Because 6,786.327273 divided by 365 is 18.59267746-years–the exact length of the lunar precession cycle which is well-recognized as the all-important driver of El Nino and La Nina cycles.

Your comments may be sent to info@solar-cycle-schematic.com

Ronald G. Messick


P.s.
Curiously, one of Vedic science’s most sacred numbers is 216 (which is said to reflect the “the distance to the sky”). And, the photospheric circumference (2,714,530.909) divided by 109 is 24,903.95329-miles (Earth’s equatorial circumference). Therefore, the Earth’s equatorial circumference multiplied by 109 is the distance to the Sun and the Sun multiplied by 216 is the distance to the sky. How cool is that?Copyright

Younger-Dryas–“The Underlying Reality”

By Ronald G. Messick

It is commonly accepted that starting in about 13,000 (BCE), the Earth experienced three major climatic catastrophes–one after another; i.e. (Bölling-Allerød, Younger-Dryas and Pre-boreal warming periods). They are described herein as catastrophic because that 1-2-3 punch annihilated a significant percentage of life on Earth.

The most precise records of late Pleistocene climate changes are the ice cores of the Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP) and the Greenland Ice Core Project (GRIP). These cores are especially important because the ages of the ice at various levels in the core have been measured by counting annual layers in the ice, giving a very accurate chronology of climatic fluctuations determined by measurement of annual layers.

The illustration below flags the timing associated with those three events based on temperature data from Cuffy and Clow (1997) which was modified by Alley (2000). A comparison of the two different approaches shows essential agreement.

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What follows is a description of the three events:

  • 1. The Bölling-Allerød interstadial was a sudden, intense, climatic warming period that caused dramatic melting of large Ice Age ice sheets that covered Canada and the northern U.S., all of Scandinavia, and much of northern Europe and Russia. Sea level that had been 120 m (~400 ft) lower than present rose quickly and submerged large areas of the Earth’s surface that had been dry land during the Ice Age. This warming occurred abruptly in only a few years (Steffensen et al., 2008). This warming (~12° C; ~21° F) ran from c. 12,800 to c. 10,900 (BCE). It ended abruptly with the onset of the Younger Dryas.
  • 2. The Younger-Dryas was a cold period that reduced temperatures back to near-glacial levels within a decade. It began about 10,900 (BCE) when global temperatures plunged sharply (~8°C; ~14° F), sparking a 1200-year period of glacial re-advance. Its end came abruptly with the onset of Pre-boreal warming about 9,700 (BCE).
  • 3. Pre-boreal warming began about 9,700 (BCE) when, almost overnight, global temperatures rose parabolically (~12° C; ~21° F), marking the end of the Younger Dryas cold period and the end of the Pleistocene Ice Age. The peak rise in temperatures was reached about 9,500 (BCE). 

The narrative of the events was provided by Dr. Don J. Easterbrook

There has been an abundance of speculation as to the cause of these events (even a book or two) but no one has offered an explanation that ties all three of these extreme climate events together. Instead of simply classifying these events as random acts of nature, such as meteor strikes, we argue that all three events have a physical cause which would imply that these types of events may be predictable.

The proposed mechanism: “Ultra-low-frequency emanations from the Sun”–a concept that is firmly rooted in science. The challenge is to identify the emanations that impact long-term climate conditions here on Earth.

Two possible harmonic frequencies have been identified. The pattern below, overlayed on top of the temperature data, is the manifestation of one of the two frequencies.

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The objective is to identify wave structures that are synchronous with sudden and extreme shifts in climate such as those that had delivered the subject 1, 2, 3-punch. The wave structures themselves represent the locked potential contained within two opposing magnetic fields.

To show the degree with which peaks and throughs align themselves with key temperature turning-points, the peaks are flagged with a verticle red arrow and the throughs are identified with a red rectangle.

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Correlations between historical events and wave propagation is hard to deny. Even ardent skeptics will agree that something is going on here besides chance. But, what is even more exciting is that these correlations continue right up to the present (see exhibits below).

In the following illustration, a second wave structure is overlayed on the first wave with its peaks and throughs identified as was done with wave one. The results are astonishing.

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In the six-thousand-year period between 14,000 and 8,000 BCE, every major climate shift was precipitated by either one of the peaks or throughs–along with a super-majority of the major climate shifts that have occurred since.

See exhibits covering periods 14,000 BCE to 4,000 AD: Here

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References:

Reference #01

The electromagnetic spectrum is a continuum of all electromagnetic waves arranged according to frequency and wavelength. All electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light (c = 3.0 × 108 m/s) in a vacuum. There seem to be no upper and lower limits to the frequency or wavelength of electromagnetic waves and no gaps in the spectrum.

However, electromagnetic waves have been observed with incredibly long wavelengths — these waves are known as ultra low frequency (ULF) waves, or micropulsations. Since frequency and wavelength are inversely proportional (v = fλ, for electromagnetic waves c = fλ), the name “ultra low frequency” is equivalent to “ultra long wavelength” — although nobody refers to them as such. The range of wavelengths which refer to ULF waves is disputable, and different sources cite different ranges. The consensus seems to be that the wavelength of the longest electromagnetic wave is in the range from 106 to 1011 M. However, it is not impossible to discover a wave with a wavelength approaching infinity.

ULF waves seem to have extraterrestrial sources (they seem to “result from interactions between plasma emitted from the sun (solar wind) and the Earth’s [magnetic] field”). Geomagnetic pulsations were first observed by Balfour Stewart in 1859, and he published his findings in 1861. Some people are interested in the sounds produced by ULF waves, VLF waves (very low frequency), and ELF waves (extremely low frequency). There is also speculation and research into the possibility that micropulsations may have an affect on people’s health and on women’s menstrual cycles.

Rachel Shapiro — 2001

From <https://hypertextbook.com/facts/2001/RachelShapiro.shtml>

Reference #02

The interaction of ultra-low-frequency pc3-5 waves with charged particles in Earth’s magnetosphere Qiugang Zong1 • Robert Rankin2 • Xuzhi Zhou1 Received: 2 March 2017 / Accepted: 26 September 2017 Division of Plasma Physics, Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies 2017

Abstract One of the most important issues in space physics is to identify the dominant processes that transfer energy from the solar wind to energetic particle populations in Earth’s inner magnetosphere. Ultra-low-frequency (ULF) waves are an important consideration as they propagate electromagnetic energy over vast distances with little dissipation and interact with charged particles via drift resonance and drift-bounce resonance. ULF waves also take part in magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling and thus play an essential role in regulating energy flow throughout the entire system. This review summarizes recent advances in the characterization of ULF Pc3-5 waves in different regions of the magnetosphere, including ion and electron acceleration associated with these waves.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/321396675_The_interaction_of_ultra-low-frequency_pc3-5_waves_with_charged_particles_in_Earth’s_magnetosphere

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Reference #03

The physical processes of transferring electromagnetic energy from sun to the earth is referred to as Solar – Terrestrial system. It involves terrestrial atmosphere, the outer part of geomagnetic field, and the solar events, which influence them.

Earth’s magnetic shield, which protects against harmful radiation from the sun and more distant sources, is full of ultra-low frequency (ULF) waves. These waves transfer energy from outside Earth’s magnetic shield to regions inside it. And, they play a key role in creating the impacts of space weather—including geomagnetic storms. The frequency of those waves ranges from fractions of a millihertz (MHz) up to just 1 hertz (Hz). One-thousand MHz equals 1 Hz—a much lower frequency than the range of human hearing.

From <https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/sounds-solar-storm>

Reference #04

To further investigate this coupling mechanism, we propose another exogenous source to be analyzed which is cosmic ray. In this study, the investigation on possible relationship between geomagnetic ULF pulsation and seismicity due to exogenous parameters has been focused. Unlike other frequency range, ULF waves can propagate

through the crust and reach the earth surface, thus produce reliable precursors to large impending earthquakes.

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/dae5/41a83d667a608498f348bc47923ff5dfb14e.pdf