Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Two Suns, Gas Cloud G2, Galactic Federation - Focus Sessions

Here are three questions answered within Focus Sessions group based article. One is on a second sun appearing in the sky which people have reported online, one is on Cloud G2 and another is based upon an ET question in relation to a Galactic Federation. From time to time Focus Sessions does a post on multiple questions posted on FS's blog from the general public, hence the 'group' title of it.

Note that the question on Cloud G2 is from me which I submitted back in March. I find the answer very accurate with the exception of the timing. The answer around the earth shaking in relation to Cloud G2, reminds me directly of the language within the webbot's Global Coastal Event which is yet to manifest.

I have included an additional comment which was a follow up to a question I had asked about Cloud G2 after the article was posted.

Via Focus Sessions, 3 May 2014

Q. What is the two suns phenomenon that has been seen in photographs and home videos from all over the world? Is it a brown dwarf/unknown planet, an optical illusion, fake? If it is real, why have no astronomers discovered it? Also, what possible effect could it have on earth? Thank you.
A. The image I get when I think about the sun and the solar system is a strand of DNA (the double helix).  I see the strand moving horizontally, and at the head of each side is a sun.  I do get there are two suns and what is happening is the way we are twisting (or spiraling) is making glimpses of the other sun visible. I see that no astronemers have discovered it because it has just been a theory that hasn't been provable (or viewable) until now because of the earth position in relation to the "twisting".  I also see our sun using the other sun as a counterbalance to maintain control (much like centripetal force).

 The sun itself has no real effect on earth, but the planetary bodies that surround this other sun are what influence planets in our system. I see one planet in particular that follows the other sun, and it looks to be equal to Jupiter in regards to distance from the sun.  That body is what will have an influence on earth, specifically manipulations with what is happening to the magnetic field that surrounds and protects earth- it moves the field and creates a thickness in the field on one side and a weakness on the other as the field wobbles about.
                 
Q. Gas Cloud G2 is predicted to arrive at the galactic core in mid April. There is at least a 50% chance that a star and possibly another planetary object exist within. Paul LaViolette theories that tidal stripping of Cloud G2 could cause a stellar explosion within the black hole at the galactic core. 
   What do you see in relation to this possible outcome? 
A  I see the gas being sucked into the black hole, like as how a shop vac would suck up debris.  As soon as the gas gets within the gravitational field of the black hole, it looks to go fast (like if you aren't watching it when it happens, you will have missed it.).  After the gas cloud is absorbed by the black hole I see this vibration occurring- as if the hole is like a pressure cooker wanting to explode, but it isn't quite there yet (just under pressure).  I don't see anything happening after that, but if something else (anything) were to be absorbed by the black hole (and that looks to occur many years from now), it creates an explosion. The result I see is a brilliant, bright light.
   If a stellar explosion occurs, what will the impact be to the Earth and the Sun?
A. The image I see is two hands surrounding earth and giving us a firm shake up and down. It looks like we get have an earthquake on a global level. It doesn't looks severe, but definitely noted.  I also get the impression as I view this that we get knocked slightly off our orbit (but I don't see this as an extinction event).  It feels startling, quick, and then it is over.  I also get that due to being knocked off our orbit we will lose 2 to 3 days a year because our distance to the sun will be slightly altered.

Q. Do they have like a UN council for ET called Galatic Frederation? How long has it's been established and what is their main objective? How many members? You mentioned that the grey aliens were not members but can file a grievance? Can our planet be part of the Galactic Federation?
A. In my mind I never got the word "Galactic Federation", but I do see something that very much looks and feels like a council of representatives.  It looks like the UN of the alien races.


 When I ask how long they have been here, I get that they have been here much longer than humans.  Over thousands of years. They are here to kind of create a balance and prevent one race from taking over.  The supporters of the council realize that the diversity in aliens is important because they are all unique, the varying degrees of vibrations they individually maintain are very necessary. If one race took over to serve their own interests, the result would be a huge imbalance.  (The existence of all these vibrations are what helps to keep the "universal" balance.) They have a deep understanding of energy and vibrations..

At one time I may not have been able to see the Greys in the council, but in what I am seeing now, there looks to be a representative from all races.  I get the number "23" as if there are 23 different races that are represented.  When I pose if Earth can be in this- I am told that many races actually protect Earth so even though the council is reserved for ETs, Earth is indirectly represented. Then I pose why Earth can't be involved, and I am told that this council is much older than the humans on earth, and letting us represent ourselves would be like a child representing themselves in a court of law- we actually need their guidance because there are many things we don't understand.

And that is all I have.  Thank you.


Laron: "When you say, 'After the gas cloud is absorbed by the black hole I see this vibration occurring-', do you get any more information on the possible effects of the vibration on the Earth and our Sun? 

Does this vibration within the galactic center / black hole, produce and direct any form of energy towards us, as an example of this occurrence?" 

YourPsychicFocus said...
@Laron: I see the vibration making a humming noise (there is actually a sound with the vibration). It looks as if the vibration sends out pulses (in the form of sound waves) toward earth. It looks to do something with the magnetic shield around earth (making the shield more effective in certain areas and less in others). I don’t see a physical change (regarding the poles or orbit), but I see some trickle down effects with the environment in regards to the solar flares reaching us and that type of behavior. I see that because the sun is able to penetrate areas of the atmosphere more, it will lead to some global warming (not anything the people are doing, but rather the sun is heating the earth from the inside out).

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jopipe said...

Q. Gas Cloud G2 is predicted to arrive at the galactic core in mid April. There is at least a 50% chance that a star and possibly another planetary object exist within. Paul LaViolette theories...
here is an update on the G2 cloud...
jopipe
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April 17, 2014 by P. LaViolette

Calculations performed some days ago have revised the date when a companion star could potentially impact impact the galactic core and trigger a superwave. These indicate that from the time that the companion is tidally stripped off the parent star when the G2 cloud reaches pericenter (~April 1st ± 3 weeks) it will take about 4 to 5 months for the star to loop around and fall onto the core; Previous estimate of 2 to 3 weeks did not take account of the fact that the primary star is traveling at over 6000 km/s and hence some time is required for the core’s gravitational field to counter this momentum and redirect the star’s path inward. So the new impact/superwave date is moved up to mid August.

Note that this matches with Padre Avondios’ prediction that astronomers would see something this July to August that would provide validation for the superwave discussion being posted here.

But, given that a core impact is one of several possible outcomes for a separated companion star or planet, I still stick to my previous prediction that there is no more than an 8 percent chance that some kind of core impact will occur.

Laron said...

Thanks Jo, that is helpful for those who missed my article with the same info from Paul.

ruffletheteacher.com said...

nasa.gov/centers/goddard/universe/black_hole_sound.html
NASA found a galaxy that plays the lowest b flat ever 'heard'. I play the tuba (among other instruments) and as the lead tubist, my concert b flat was used to tune the entire band. It is a note that I can hear when I think about it, I can play it on every instrument, and can tell you when it is being played.
That note is at my core as a bass clef player. It resonates with me. And I believe that is why I have been so in tune with the events at the GC well before most people knew what a SMBH was. And why I'm not shocked that they've been tracking this thing since it's discovery... in 1994.(One of the first papers speculating on G2's origin said it could have formed shortly before its discovery in 1994.)

One more fun fact... Atel #6110... KECK observatory believes G2 has a star inside due to its still being detected as a separate source from Sgr A*. Can't wait to hear what Dr. Paul has to say about becoming a mainstream scientist!!

Laron said...

Interesting info, thanks Ruffle!

jopipe said...

Yes we both posted same. Yours came first... ;)