Sunday, January 2, 2022

What is the Sun?

Of course, we all have been taught by the great scientific community, that the sun is a giant Hydrogen bomb, that is continuously exploding, at the center of our solar system... Right? Well, let's see what someone who actually observed the sun for years has to say about what it is.

Now, I don't know about you, but it really peaks my curiosity to listen to a different point of view on things we take for granted as true. His statement that you can not see the sun from outer space is at first preposterous... and fascinating when you allow your mind to open to other possibilities about what the sun could be... and what the earth is... and who you are!

This video is required viewing for this weeks Casual Conversations on Consciousness titled "The Intellect and the Grid of Containment" 
  • Isn't it interesting that the brightest object in our solar system has dark spots? 
  • Is the sun really hollow? 
  • Is it just an accident that the moon, as viewed from earth, is the exact diameter as the sun as viewed from earth? What are the odds of that? 
  • And how does this relate to 'The Grid of Containment'?
  • You can't see the sun from outer space? or stars? What does that imply if it is true?
It is amazing to us how such questions have been eliminated from our culture. I was in the habit of asking young people a simple question, "What do you think the sun is?". The usual response centered around the idea that it was the star at the center of the solar system... one just said "Bright?" I would then say, "I know what you have been taught that it is, but what DO YOU think that it is?" Invariably blank faces and an "I don't know what you mean?" vacuum. 

So... What do you think it is?

When someone aked the great poet, William Blake, that question, he answered, "I million angels singing 'Halleluiah, Halleluiah, Halleluiah".  I'm sticking with that definition!

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