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The Divine Cosmos by David Wilcock

The Divine Cosmos by David Wilcock

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A variety of Russian scientists have concluded that we are moving into a
higher area of aetheric density in the LISM, which is the single most important
factor that is responsible for the observed Solar System changes in this
model. As seen from the Earth, our Heliosphere is traveling in the direction of
the Solar Apex in the constellation Hercules. According to Dmitriev in 1997,
Dmitriev & Mahatmas in 1995 and Kruzhevskii, Petrov & Shestopalov in 1993,
since the 1960’s the Heliosphere has drifted into an area of the LISM that
contains:

…[new] non-homogeneities [i.e. higher concentrations] of matter and energy
containing ions [charged particles] of Hydrogen, Helium and Hydroxyl in
addition to other elements and combinations. This kind of interstellar space
dispersed plasma is presented by magnetized strip structures and striations.
[emphasis added]

Western scientists may innately distrust the idea that there could be
“magnetized strip structures and striations” in the LISM that would contain
such charged particles. However, in this aetheric model we expect to see the
same structures appearing on all levels of size. Figure 7.1 showed the Parker
Spiral formation as it appears in our Solar System, and by the fractal principle
there must be a similar formation in the galaxy. Figure 8.1 shows an overhead
view of the Parker Spiral in the Solar System, with concentric circles indicating

the positions of the planetary orbits:

Figure 8.2 –
Overhead view of Parker Spiral energetic structure in Solar System.
(Courtesy NASA)

Each curving arm of the Parker Spiral that we see in Figure 8.2 does indeed
represent a “magnetized strip” or “striation”, where there is a detectable
increase in magnetic energy and charged plasma as our planet moves
through it. Dmitriev’s evidence, as well as our own, clearly indicates that this
structure must also exist at the galactic level, by virtue of the fractal,
harmonic interconnectedness of the Cosmos. From here, Dmitriev’s quote
continues:

The Heliosphere [solar system] transition through this structure has led to an
increase of the shock wave in front of the Solar System from 3 to 4 AU, to 40
AU or more [1000% increase.]

The “shock wave” that Dmitriev is referring to here is what is known as the
“termination shock,” and we can see it illustrated in Figure 8.3:

Figure 8.3 – Energetic activity of the Heliosphere, showing 70-100 AU
termination shock.

One can assume from Dmitriev’s wording that this termination shock of
luminous plasma was measured at 4AU [i.e. four times the distance from the
Sun to the Earth] by Russian astrophysicists in the early 1960s, and once the
hydrogen, helium, hydroxyl and other charged particle combinations became
more prevalent later in the 1960s, the size and brightness of the termination
shock also increased, now by a factor of over 1000 percent. Similar research
did not begin in the United States until 1978, according to Prof. D.E.
Shemansky, [35] so Russian scientists had this information well in advance of
NASA. Obviously, this extra brightness at the leading edge of the heliosphere
is created much in the same way that the bottom of the Space Shuttle or a
meteorite will become red-hot as it drifts from the low-density vacuum of
space into the higher-density atmosphere of the Earth.

In more technical terms, Dmitriev goes on to explain what this 1000-percent
or higher increase in the excitation of this magnetic boundary really means:

This shock wave thickening has caused the formation of a collusive plasma in
a parietal layer, which has led to a plasma overdraft around the Solar
System, and then to its breakthrough into interplanetary domains [5,6]. This

breakthrough constitutes a kind of matter and energy donation made by
interplanetary space to our Solar System.

What this passage is essentially telling us is that a new layer of luminous
plasma has been formed that surrounds the Solar System and is now flowing
into the Sun, planets and interplanetary space, raising the overall levels of
energetic activity that we have observed. Subsequent sections of this chapter
will detail the specifics of this energetic change. However, before we begin
surveying the surrounding evidence, it is interesting to research the big
question on many Western readers’ minds:

“If this is really happening, then why hasn’t NASA ever talked about it?”

As we shall see, according to one distinguished Ph.D., [35] NASA seems to
have a “persistent, pernicious bias” against any discussion of this heliospheric
change, and will automatically assume, without question, that the LISM must
maintain a “uniform density.” Other, more esoteric-sounding explanations are
proposed for the observed luminosity and energetic increases, such as “re-
accelerated solar wind,” that do not have the simplicity and elegance of
Dmitriev et al’s model.

One rare exception to the rule of “unchanging LISM density” that we found
was in a 1999 interview with Gary P. Zank at the University of Delaware. [42]
In this interview, Dr. Zank proposes that if the LISM density were to change,
then catastrophe might result, and we “may not know when it was coming:”

“We’re surrounded by hot gas,” he said. “As our sun moves through
extremely ‘empty’ or low-density interstellar space, the solar wind produces a
protective bubble – the heliosphere around our solar system, which allows life
to flourish on Earth. Unfortunately, we could bump into a small cloud at any
time, and we probably won’t see it coming. Without the heliosphere, neutral
hydrogen would interact with our atmosphere, possibly producing catastrophic
climate changes, while our exposure to deadly cosmic radiation in the form of
very high-energy cosmic rays would increase.”

Zank used the SDSC CRAY T90 in a study of the heliosphere, the envelope of
solar wind that surrounds the solar system. Two effects included in the
simulation ensure that the interaction of the solar wind with the local
interstellar medium (LISM) is not stationary. The solar wind ram pressure
varies on an 11-year time scale, and strong shocks are present during all
phases of the solar cycle (although their frequency can vary)… Zank’s
calculations suggest that existing instruments might not detect an increase in
the LISM sufficient to compress or collapse the heliosphere before the actual
interaction had begun. [emphasis added]

Dr. Zank believes that we may encounter a random cloud of higher energy
density in the LISM, whereas the galactic Parker Spiral model seems more
plausible, since the same energetic structure has already been proven to exist
in the Solar System. One key confession that we can glean from Dr. Zank’s
advanced research is that our existing instruments are not sensitive enough to
detect a significant increase in the LISM density before we actually enter it.
Therefore, it seems rather foolish for most Western heliophysicists to assume
that the LISM must maintain a uniform density, if our instruments are not
sophisticated enough to prove it. More evidence to support this point comes

forth from the European Southern Observatory (ESO):

…unfortunately there are no direct ways to measure the local interstellar
electron (or proton) density, nor the local interstellar magnetic field, while
these two parameters govern the structure and size of our heliosphere.
Therefore, there is a need for indirect observationswhich can bring stringent
constraints on the plasma density and the shape and size of the interface to
allow for the choice of an adequate theoretical model. [emphasis added] [16]

Despite the ESO’s stated need for “indirect observations” of the density of the
LISM, such as those reported by Dmitriev, it is almost always assumed that
the LISM must have an unchanging density for any “adequate theoretical
model.” [16]

Another example of “LISM density increase denial” would be in a paper by R.A
Mewaldt from Caltech. [23] In the following quote, it is clearly acknowledged
that Voyager 1 and 2 have detected anomalous “enhancements in the low-
energy spectra” of the heliosphere. However, an increase in the density of the
LISM is never mentioned as even a possible “seed population” for these
energetic enhancements:

Suggested seed populations include solar energetic particles (RSEPs), re-
accelerated solar wind (RSW), and ions energized by co-rotating interaction
regions. These re-accelerated components provide a possible explanation for
enhancements in the low-energy spectra of Mg, Si, S and other elements
observed by Voyager 1 & 2 beyond 60 AU (Stone and Cummings 1997;
Cummings and Stone 1999). There are also unexpected and unexplained
increases in the low-energy spectra of several elements reported at 1 AU
(e.g., Takashima et al. 1997; Klecker et al. 1998; Reames 1999). [emphasis
added]

So, from this study it is very clear to see that Western heliophysicists have
indeed discovered “anomalous, unexpected and unexplained increases” in the
energetic activity at the termination shock of the heliosphere, as we have
expected from Dmitriev’s model. Yet, instead of admitting that the LISM
density might have changed, they simply “consider new estimates of the
neutral populations of elements in the ISM”, among other complex and
problematic explanations that are only possible, not proven. No matter what
models for “re-accelerating” solar energy are proposed, the fact is that
energy must be conserved. The simplest explanation for the increase in the
heliosphere’s energetic charge is that it is being added by an outside source.

One professor, Dr. D.E. Shemansky of the University of Southern California,
has dared to make a particularly bold statement about this problem,
suggesting that there is a deliberate effort in place by NASA to avoid any
discussion of his “first evidence” for a “large increase” in the energetic density
of the LISM [35]:

Research on the properties of the Local Interstellar medium have been carried
out in scattered periods beginning in 1978. The NASA Space Physics Division
has shown a persistent pernicious bias against work on the effects of the
neutral gas in the LISM in the United States, from the time of the formation of
the Division… The most important contributions to research in this program
are papers (48), which presents a calibration independent method of

determining absolute LISM density, and (89), which presents the first evidence
for a large increase in the LISM neutral atomic hydrogen density from
Voyager measurements of the 50 AU region… [emphasis added]

It is certainly interesting that Dr. Shemansky would say that NASA has
displayed a “persistent, pernicious bias” against this work. The Microsoft Word
2000 thesaurus indicates that the word “pernicious” is synonymous with
“destructive, harmful, deadly, evil” and “insidious.” So, the question must be
asked: Why would there be a “deadly” and “insidious” interest on the part of
NASA in not asking these crucial questions about an LISM density increase?

The answer might well be found in the studies from Russia such as those of
Dr. Dmitriev, where it is well-established that this LISM density increase is
underway, and that it is causing massive energetic changes throughout our
entire heliosphere. These changes fit perfectly with worldwide ancient
prophecies, including those of the Judeo-Christian Bible, describing events that
would transpire in “end times,” or what other cultures referred to as “the
dawning of the Golden Age.” It is undeniable that the media ridicules and
ignores the UFO question, evidence of sunken ancient cities, Martian
monuments and the like. [39] The door has now opened a crack with the
admission of “Global Warming,” but the massive changes in the Sun and
planets are discarded footnotes. Another clear area of suppression is in the
real meaning of “redshift,” which holds the key to giving us a complete model
to prove that changes in LISM density can and must exist:

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