The event that is coming is a natural occurrence and it concerns something affectingthe sun, NOT slamming into the Earth. It is already affecting the sun as evidencedby the solar filaments. The sun is already reacting to 'forces' we can't see.Something is coming. Does NASA know about this ‘something’? Well, yes they do,but only to a certain extent. Everyone thinks that NASA has all the answers and thatthey know everything but for some reason or another has decided to keep quiet. Ido not think that is the case. I believe there is a lot out there that NASA and theother space agencies like the ESA and JAXA are clueless about. After all, theuniverse is immense beyond belief, and possibly infinite. My belief is that thesespace agencies keep quiet because they do not know everything, and therefore theyrefuse to disclose certain subjects, discoveries and events until they have a firmergrasp of the situations or discoveries.They are in a quandary. What if an event comes along that has never been exploredby modern science? What of newly made discoveries that were thought to beimpossible, yet are manifesting in our own solar system, and quickly? And what if these events are hard to ‘see’ with present equipment, present satellites andtelescopes, present technology? A vast problem arises. Nothing is set in stone. Theevent can cause completely unknown processes in our solar system to begin takingplace. The solutions to these processes are out of reach, even to NASA. Even thetime-frame as to exactly when the processes will begin influencing terrestrialchanges is impossible to track down. Why? Not enough data and not enough timeto accumulate data.
I ask you to imagine the predicament. Objects
be invisible in space. Energies
be invisible in space. And this includes a massive moving celestial ‘system’ of some unforeseen sort. So when satellites and telescopes and energy detectingequipment shoots incomplete data back to earth to be studied by scientists, thereare huge invisible areas of the subject being studied. Are they seeing it all? Arethey seeing only 1% of it? Are they seeing 75% of it?
There is no way to tell!
Theycannot figure out the mass or composition of this incoming celestial system. Theycannot tell the extent of it, and worse of all, they cannot tell the extent of influence itwill have to our solar system, to our sun.At this point you might be wondering what I am talking about. Well, this is exactlythe problems we face at this moment. Something has entered our solar system. Andthe majority of its system is something that modern science had thought could notexist. It is a stream of discoveries that are hinting at a celestial anomaly that iscurrently rewriting foundational concepts on how our solar system interacts withinterstellar space. And, it is much, much too close. There
going to be changes.This is not prophecy, it is not imagination, and it is not science fiction.This research I have put together is a pure collection of scientific articles. There is acelestial system that has moved into our solar system. The full extent of this systemcannot be determined because the majority of this string of events lies outsidescientific knowledge and data gathering. It is affecting the planets and moons of thesolar system, and has been for at least the last decade or more. It is a body of increased, dense energy kept together by magnetics…and much, much more. Themost pressing concern is the affect it will have on our sun, and it has arrived at theworst possible moment, that is when our sun is heading towards a solar maximumcycle that is, in and of itself, already predicted to be the most active cycle thatmodern man has and will experience: Solar Cycle 24. To put it mildly, it has the