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Orbital placement of the Seven Sisters and their relationship with the Proton Belt

The Earth from Apollo.

Alcyone - the central sun of the Pleiades constellation.

Pleiades constellation, location of the Photon belt

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Harmonic Convergence

Photon image was obtained using the argon ion laser

The Pleiades Constellation enhanced to show ? alignment

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Sir Edmund Halley and the Pleiades anomaly

About 200 years ago Sir Edmund Halley discovered an anomaly in space around the stars of the Pleiades. A hundred years later Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel confirmed Halley's findings. In 1961 Paul Otto Hesse defined and measured this anomaly. It's an energy ring of incredible size, 760 thousand billion miles wide, and is due to intersect the earth just about any minute now. He also calculated that this is part of a 25,000-year-long cycle that our solar system goes through.

It's expected that once we're into the Photon Belt, electricity won't function and there will be three to five days of total darkness. With the total failure of electricity, public services will fail - communications, telephone, water and power are dependent upon electricity - as are gas pumps, public lighting, radio and TV. All indigenous cultures and religions prophesy three days of darkness to mark the "end times."

The photon belt is an immense region of space which is radiating intense electromagnetic radiation throughout the visible spectrum and beyond, into high-frequency invisible light; even including some x-ray spectra. It is part of a magnetic flow of light throughout the galaxy. Reference has already been made through the media to huge increases in intensity of 'dangerous' radiation entering through the holes in the ozone layer in certain regions of our planet.

Solar System
Our solar system journeys through the universe in a 26,200 year cycle, its path crossing what is popularly termed the Milky Way at right angles twice during that period. Every 13,000 years or so therefore planet Earth comes into a space/time overlap or period of NULL-TIME, an electromagnetic no-zone or energy vacuum, with complete absence of electromagnetic fields and the temporary suspension of the planetary grid system. When the pendulum reaches the destructive pause at the end of its swing, this is one of the results. This cosmic cloud is called the PHOTON Belt, the Milky Way or Monasic Ring, and ushers in an era of Light (2,000 years of Enlightenment) after a much longer period of [biblical] darkness. We are now poised to enter this Photon Belt, and there is nothing we can do to avoid it. It is the ending of a cycle. Understand it without fearing it.

The Discovery of the Photon Belt

Electrons are neutralised during this period and therefore the laws of electricity lapse - there will be absolutely NO electrical activity during this period, not even from batteries. The effects will be far-reaching.

The photon belt's discovery was due to a series of studies of the Pleiades that began in the days of the famous British Astronomer, Sir Edmund Halley (1656-1742). Halley discovered that at least three of the stars in this star group were not in the same positions recorded by the Greeks. The difference was so great that it was impossible that either the Greeks or Halley were wrong. Halley concluded tht the Pleiades moved witin a prescribed sytem of motion.

This concept was proven by Fredrick Wilhelm Bessel with his discovery that the stars in the Pleiades had a proper motion of 5.5 seconds of arc per century.(JW We are then referred to a chart that I can't show you). Jose Comas Sola further postulated that the Pleiades and a number of other stars formed a distinct system and that all apparently had their own planetary systems. Paul Otto Hesse also studied this system and descovered at absolute right angles to the movement of the stars, a photon belt or manasic ring with a thickness of approximately 2000 light years.
If the results of the observations of Jose Comas Sola and Paul Otto Hesse about the Pleiades are correct, our star (the Sun) is in a 24000 year cycle with the Pleiadean Photon Belt. At present we are poised to enter the belt and pass through the 2000 light year manasic ring before the end of this century. The question to be asked is what is the significance of this event to our planetary civilization?

Before we answer that question let us describe some of the fore running events and allied phenomena that occur before we enter the belt. At the edge of the belt is a null zone. As we have crept closer, the planet has become subjected to an increase in seismic activity and volcanism. Further, we have seen an alteration of traditional weather patterns that permits the formation of extremely severe typhoons, hurricanes and tornadoes. There is also the added stress placed on the upper atmosphere which could have aided the formation of the ozone holes.

The Sun has responded by an increase in solar flare activity and in a general stellar cooling. It must be remembered that the null zone is the place where the photon energy in the belt is created. It is a place where all particles of matter and anti-matter are annihilated. Hence, there is a vast pressure on our solar system. This pressure builds up graadually and does not climb in an exponential manner until we pass into the zone. We are now in the position of near entry into the belt (entry will occur sometime before the end of this decade).

Signs of the approach of the Photon Belt

Should Earth reach this PHOTON Belt before our Sun does, the sky will appear to be on fire and there would be three days and three nights of blinding light. Welders' goggles would be needed to protect eyes from this light, as it would burn out the retinal nerves, and this would continue for 110 - 120 hours. This is a cold light, therefore there would be no heat. But there could be radiation, so one should remain indoors.

If the Sun reaches the Belt first there will be a similar period of immediate and total darkness, without the sun rising. All molecules will become excited and atomic structures will change at this point in time and all life-forms will have a certain luminescence about them, creating their own light system.

Signs of the approach of the Photon Belt are said to be strange lighting effects or colors in the sky, a perception of less light - even in midsummer, and a gradual darkening of the planet itself, with final entry into total darkness taking 15 - 20 minutes.

Spiralling Energies

The mechanics of this anticipated encounter of our solar system with the photon belt. The whole universe is held together by means of vortices within vortices of centripetal energy--with their associated electromagnetic fields--like whirlpools on water, within larger whirlpools (this is the machinery behind Einstein's spacetime topology of general relativity). These spiralling energies give rise to natural spacetime orbits: satellites around planets, planets around stars, solar systems around other more major vortex centres, and so on. Our planet Earth orbits the Sun once a year but our solar system as a whole also traverses an orbit in this section of the galaxy with a period of about 24,000 years. There are many other solar (star) systems in this cyclic motion (just as there are numerous planets orbiting the Sun). The Pleiades, which is encircled by the photon belt, is about 400 light years from us, and is part of this system and in fact our solar system orbits the central sun of the Pleiades, Alcyone. The belt consists of many photon bands emanating from the centre of the galaxy, and associated with the spiral arms of the galaxy.

Alcyone - the central sun of the Pleiades Constellation

The Photon Belt and the manasic radiation have a greater impact than one might imagine. From the scientific point of view, it is the procession of our Solar System and its accompanying planets around the Central Sun, called Alcione, located in the constellation of Pleiades. This counter-clockwise cyclic procession around Alcione requires 25,860 years to make one complete orbit. Our present-day sun, moon, and planets must twice pass through the Photon Belt during this time, that is, once to the North and once to the South. (See diagram, below.) During this cycle, there are two periods of darkness and two periods of light. The periods of darkness, which constitute the vast majority of the rotation around the Central Sun, consist of two periods of 10,500 years each, plus an additional, seemingly optional 430 years for both of the 10,500-year periods. (i.e., 10,500+430 = 10,930 years, times 2=21,860 years).

Following each period of 10,500 years of darkness, we then emerge into 2000 years of total light, which actually constitutes the Photon Belt. In review, we then have 21,860 years of darkness and 4,000 years of light (21,860 + 4,000 = 25,860 years, or one complete cycle/orbit).

Harmonic Convergence
In 1961 science discovered, by means of satellites, a photon belt encircling the Pleiades. This photon belt circles the Pleiadian system at an absolute right angle to its orbital planes. As our sun (and the earth with it) orbits the Pleiades once every 25,860 years, it reaches the midpoint of the photon belt approximately every 12,500 years. It requires some 2,000 years to traverse it, meaning that after departing this realm, another 10,500 years pass before our Solar System enters it again.
Before going any further, we should be mindful of the fact that this particular cycle is nestled within a number of greater cycles. What distinguishes this particular cycle from all its previous occurrences is that it culminates, together with all the other cycles of which it is but a part--including the overall cycle of 206 million years, in one single point of convergence. This is also called the Harmonic Convergence.

In 1962 we entered the sphere of influence of this photon belt. Calculations approximate the year of the actual entry into its mainstream to be 2011. This correlates with the time when the universe reaches its point of maximum expansion. The East familiarizes us with the contraction and expansion rhythm ofthe universe as the Inbreath and Outbreath of God--each breath covering a time span (in this density) in the vicinity of 11,000 years. It is no coincidence that this time frame corresponds with the Grand Cycles, the orbit of our sun around the central sun Alcione.

The meanings
The photon (from Greek meaning light) is a quantum of the electromagnetic field, for instance light. The photon is one of the elementary particles, along with the electron. Together with the particles that make up nuclei, their interactions account for a great many of the features of matter, such as the existence and stability of atoms, molecules, and solids. These interactions are studied in quantum electrodynamics (QED), which is the oldest part of the Standard Model of particle physics.

This belt of photon particles was first discovered in the 1960's in vicinity of the Pleiades by satelite instrumentation. A photon particle is the result of a collision between an anti-electron or positron and an electron. These split second collisions cause the charges of the particles to cancel and the resultant mass is converted into energy in the form of photons.

Manasic [from Sanskrit manas mind] Anglicized equivalent of Sanskrit manasika (mental, intelligent).

Greek Mythology

If you look out to the east when the sky is dark during the fall months, you will see one of the most famous and beautiful star groupings in the sky. It looks like a small faint question mark, made up of stars. This star grouping, or cluster, is the Pleiades (pronounced PLEE-uh-deez), or Seven Sisters. The Pleiades are located within the constellation Taurus, the Bull, and represent the bullís shoulder.

In Greek mythology, Taurus represented the king of the gods, Zeus, who disguised himself as a white bull with golden horns to attract the beautiful maiden, Europa. When Europa seated herself on the bullís back, he swam away with her to Crete, which is why we see only the animalís head and forequarters in the constellation.


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