‘Conventional science’ offers several possible explanations for the way things are: Kinetic energy, ‘Bary-centres’ of mass being the orbital focus and, most commonly, what they call Accretion. We are being told that solar systems, as well as galaxies, spin outwards from a central point, just like a Catherine Wheel spins out from one point of origin, and therefore all the planetary spheres should rotate and orbit uniformly on a flat plane – but, they don’t!
Consider these anomalies:
While all the other planets in the solar system have their axis of rotation pointing ‘up’ from the ecliptic plane, Uranus lies on its side, with an axial tilt of 98 degrees.
While the majority of the planets have a ‘prograde’ rotation (going the same direction as that of the Sun, i.e. counter-clockwise when viewed from above), Venus and Uranus do the exact opposite - they have retrograde rotations.
Mars has two moons, and Phobos revolves around it in the opposite direction of Deimos.
We have discussed in other blogs how our Moon and Mercury are related; that the ‘gas giants’ originated outside the solar system and were put in their present positions deliberately. Is it really ‘coincidence’ that the moon is 1/400th the size of the sun, and that the sun is 400 times further away? Or that eight Venus years equal five Earth years?
We are part of a Heliosphere that has been put together intelligently, deliberately and purposefully by our Solar Ancestors. One of the reasons that the Solar Architects used the flat-dish format was for the establishment of portals, wormholes and Sun-gates, facilitating travel via fifth dimensional routes.
Ever wonder why our Solar System is like this...
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... And not like this?
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