Missing geomagnetic storm: CME follows curved path due to Planet X


Dr. Claudia Albers, Planet X Researcher
Figure 1 below shows the Sun erupting with plasma on May 12th, 2019 in what is called a coronal mass ejection (CME), it continues moving away from the Sun on the 13th but it does something surprising. The plasma, at the head of the eruption, seems to move back
toward the Sun.


Figure 1. CME or plasma eruption from the Sun on May 12th 2019 moves quickly away from the Sun. At the end of the 12th, the amount of plasma at the head of the CME seems to suddenly grow in quantity and then seems to move backward momentarily before continuing with its progress away from the Sun. What happened? The plasma changed its direction of motion or followed a curved path in the direction of the detector’s position.


The only possible reason why this would occur is if another object was attracting the plasma and that object suddenly moved causing the plasma to follow it. The object had to be a Planet X object, these objects are known to induce solar plasma ejections or CMEs.



Figure 2. Illustration of the path followed by the CME because the object that induced it was following a curved path around the Sun.


Figure 3. The ejection was initially in a slight downward the direction, i.e. to below the ecliptic plane, which would have placed the object a little below the ecliptic.


The ejections come from the Sun’s core system, inside the body of the Sun, not the corona, so ‘coronal mass ejections’ is not an accurate descriptive term. Planet X objects are part of the core system of dead stars. The stars died due to energy depletion and these energy depleted core systems are coming to the Sun to absorb energy. I call them Stellar Cores (SCs). The largest SCs are central cores to these core systems. Some are larger than the Sun suggesting that they are the central core, which was once inside a star that was much larger than the Sun. The plasma ejections on the Sun occur as a result of the magnetic influence of these objects, on the Sun, which then induce it, to have matter creation events. The magnetic interaction is the interaction that controls matter and density and is thus the same as the gravitational interaction, they are one and the same (see Article 849: The magnetic and gravitational fields are one and the same) [1].

Some of the objects are promptly ejected away from the Sun, and move away from it, at high speed, whenever the Sun erupts towards them, and some are not, they remain in place and will keep on connecting to the Sun at different spots inducing further eruptions until such time as they lose such a powerful magnetic attraction to the Sun. 


Figure 3. Left: Stellar Core in a LASCO C2 image with timestamp: July 23rd 2017: The object is observed moving away from the Sun. This object is about the same size as the Sun and it moved away from the Sun at about 700 km/s and thus at the same speed that CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) plasma is expected to move. Right: CME plasma erupts from the Sun and follows a zigzag path directly to a spherical object, in the Sun’s outer corona: compelling evidence that CMEs occur due to the presence of these objects near the Sun (see Article 785: Planet X is here but what is it exactly?) [2] This also illustrates what happened with the CME shown in figure 1.

When the Sun’s eruptions are able to dislodge the central SC which induced the eruption then it will move out at high speed. If the ejection was earth directed it would affect the earth in what is called a CME impact or geomagnetic storm.   Since the plasma ejection, in this case, changed direction as a result of the Planet X central cores’ motion, if it was initially earth directed, it would end up going out in a very different direction. In addition, the object did not seem to have been ejected with the eruption so the plasma would follow its path and if it was an orbital path around the Sun then that is the path that the plasma would follow. And the earth would end up with an expected but missing geomagnetic storm.

In conclusion, the evolution of a CME, which erupted from the Sun on May 12th 2019 shows that it followed a curved path, which is only possible if the CME plasma was being attracted by an object which was moving with respect to the Sun. The object’s motion suggests that it was not ejected from its position, within the Sun’s outer corona and thus the CME will not proceed out into the Solar System and thus earth would not be impacted by it, even if the CME had initially been earth directed.

References:

[1]          Albers, C. (2019). Article 849: The magnetic and gravitational fields are one and the same.
[2]          Albers, C. (2019). Article 785: Planet X is here but what is it exactly?

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