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    Default Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    This could also be posted under spirituality, but if any of you ever wanted to know how Stonehenge and other megaliths were used take the time to watch this interview. They were all built for a very specific purpose and they are located all over the globe.

    You may also want to know the real timeline of our binary star based on ancient vedic knowledge from the Laws of Manu.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryLIGzYG4g8



    mod edit: Hi Padma11, just fixing your link so that it displays better, using the YouTube feature on the tool bar. Best wishes - Debra
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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    if my read sources are correct (have been many) before the last cataclysm that affected our planet we had a binary star system: Saturn is not a planet but a cooled dwarf star; Saturn (the black sun) at least in the northern hemisphere was visible 24/7 and was located back then just behind Mars (not where Saturn is now located) and depending upon day/month was visible either in it's entirety, or just as a corona with Mars in the middle or at times just as a crescent (thanks to Mars);

    which is why Islam is disguised Saturn worship (has the sign of a crescent); the geometrical form of a cube (has 6 sides) or a hexagram (6 sides dues to northern hemisphere of Saturn; "swirling winds" or whatever)

    + the color black has always been associated with Saturn-

    so then look at Mecca during the Hadj: Islamics worship a black cube and they start in a circle/ring around it (rings of Saturn?- you bet)-

    and Islamics haven't a clue about this- they just bow/prostrate themselves 6 times daily not really realizing what they're worshoping-

    thanks Jordan Maxwell among others for this info-

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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    A Brown Dwarf companion is likely in our Solar System for various reasons:

    80% of stars are binaries.
    There are G type and brown Dwarf type binaries.
    Exoplanet Brown Dwarfs have orbiting planets.

    Oort comet cloud may have been predominantly formed by capture of planetesimal ejecta from other stars in the dense birth cluster complex. (Zheng et al. 1990, Levison et al. 2010)

    Very wide binary stars may form during the star cluster dissolution phase. (Kouwenhoven et al. 2010)

    A wide-binary solar companion also could have been captured in the Sun’s youth.

    A microlensing study (Sumi et al. 2011) suggests that a population of unbound or distant Jupiter mass objects may be more common than stars in our Galaxy.

    In a single Sun system, comets should come from all directions more or less randomly. But historical comet pattern data shows comet paths tend to be non-random.

    A 1/3 of 82 long period comets come from a narrow belt.

    Large Celestial Body influencing non-random Comet paths.

    Matese and Whitmire propose band from Cassiopeia to Polaris.
    Icarus, 211, 926-938 (2011)
    Murray’s location in Delphinus.
    Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 309, 31-34 (1999)

    Richard Muller, very large cycle binary.
    Ref: Muller R. Geol. Soc. of America Special Paper 356, 659 (200

    Good supporting material is the binary model. the diagrams/pics show a plausible argument supporting a binary companion. Most likely a Brown Dwarf star in our solar System. See attachment called 'What about a Brown Dwarf in our Solar System'
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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    I haven't read it, yet - it's on my to buy list - but Walter Cruttenden's work 'Lost Star of Myth and Time' is believed to have made a compelling case for the binary twin to our sun being Sirius. It's a terrific idea and one that may carry much merit, and, indeed, may very well be a "key". I'll look forward to acquiring a copy of his book and giving it a good read: http://loststarbook.com/author-bio/

    Here's what Graham Hancock had to say about it:

    “Lost Star of Myth and Time is a wonderful, stimulating, thought-provoking new – or very old – approach to the greatest enigmas of human history. If Walter Cruttenden is right, as I very much suspect he is, then he has found the key to the mystery of the ages.”

    — Graham Hancock, author, Fingerprints of the Gods.
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    "La réalité est un rêve que l'on fait atterrir" San Antonio AKA F. Dard

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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    The main reason for the vid and information contained within is:
    Quote How to attain Christ Consciousness & Sheldon Moore is an independent Buddhist and Vedic researcher. In 2010 he published a book called Remember Zen that details his own experience and discovery of the real purpose of the megalithic structures like stonehenge all over the globe. He did not share most of this information for the next decade, but a near death experience in 2015 compelled him to reach out to the spiritual community to share his teachings more openly.
    Remembering Zen
    https://www.amazon.com/Remember-Zen-A...
    The need to know and predict Luna and solar eclipses for enlightenment.




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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    Thanks, Herve, for guiding us to your past enlightened posts!!

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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    Quote Posted by Padma11 (here)
    This could also be posted under spirituality, but if any of you ever wanted to know how Stonehenge and other megaliths were used take the time to watch this interview. They were all built for a very specific purpose and they are located all over the globe.

    You may also want to know the real timeline of our binary star based on ancient vedic knowledge from the Laws of Manu.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryLIGzYG4g8



    Although 3 hours long, I would strongly recommend to anyone to take that time to watch + listen to what Sheldon Moore uncovered/realized on his journey.

    His discoveries check out not only against the ancient scriptures he studied but also against what's known of our strongly suspected binary star solar system.

    The whole thing, to deliver (from obscurantism) the simple, beautiful stepping stone jewel of grabbing one's own portal and way out of the matrix... out of the electronic captivity of the chakras and into total freedom!

    In other words, each and everyone of us can go through that simple star gate, you know, the one that's made so much fuss about in Sci-Fi movies with secret keys and mechanisms and sacred places and...

    It will also help the ones to which such thing happened, very "inadvertently," understand where they now are at: back down from the mountain and still having to chop wood and carry water because, well, one has to give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar...

    "La réalité est un rêve que l'on fait atterrir" San Antonio AKA F. Dard

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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    Thanks for the Bump, Herve, probably wouldn't have watched it til much later!! O.K......So WHEN is the next lunar eclipse?!

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    Default Re: Researcher Uncovers Cyclical Evidence for a Binary Star in our Solar System & Return Dates

    Thank you so much.

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    Thank YOU, Padma 11!!

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