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Waiting for the Sun

Post by Andrew » Sat Aug 06, 2016 10:08 pm

What is the frequency of these "massive" coronal holes appearing in the sun or should I say, how often do they tell us there are massive coronal holes in the sun? I remember the huge FTL triangle in the sun a couple years ago, I think. This one was from May. When it all goes black, that's when the Sun should fully transition into a white sun and enhance its antigravity properties and send the planets out further in orbit, giving us on Earth longer days, nights, and years, right? I'm looking forward to it. Days seem so short these days. ::perplexing:: But true.
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Re: Waiting for the Sun

Post by daniel » Sun Aug 07, 2016 10:02 am

Andrew wrote:What is the frequency of these "massive" coronal holes appearing in the sun or should I say, how often do they tell us there are massive coronal holes in the sun?
I've only heard of them recently, as in the last 20 years. Prior to that, all there were was sunspots. No way to determine the frequency, as no data is available.
Andrew wrote:When it all goes black, that's when the Sun should fully transition into a white sun and enhance its antigravity properties and send the planets out further in orbit, giving us on Earth longer days, nights, and years, right? I'm looking forward to it. Days seem so short these days. ::perplexing:: But true.
Though it has gone black in the past, it may not do it fully, now. The net energy of the sun is constantly increasing (backwards from modern astronomy), so it may do it "patchwork" with these coronal holes rather than all-at-once.

From what I see, it is already much whiter with radiation further into the ultraviolet than it was 50 years ago. The transition has been underway probably since the time chemtrails started appearing in the sky.
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Re: Waiting for the Sun

Post by JoannaAquino » Sat Nov 11, 2017 1:19 pm

Yes, this is interesting! You are right! The net energy of the sun is constantly increasing. I'm also looking forward to it.

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