Chapter 20

Distances in space

The universe is not as large as astronomers would have us believe. Other stars and Galaxies are a lot closer to us than astronomers want to believe. The distances astronomers tell us about space are completely wrong. They have no validity what so ever. But just saying this doesn’t actually help unless I show you why.

In addition to other methods of determining distances in space, they use the Parallax Method, red shift, the brightness of stars and so on. It is a very complicated process.

The absolute biggest mistake they make is assuming that light travels at 186,000 mps. In reality light does not exist or travel in space. Light, shadows and colours exist only inside our brain.

Even the Parallax Method can’t be used for distances in space because the Sun is never in the same place for longer than a second. Let alone over a six month period which is needed for the Parallax Method to be used. Our Solar system is moving around our Galaxy and our Galaxy is also rotating and moving it's position, not to mention the objects being measured are also moving their position over a six month period.

Our Sun is never in the same place and so with all these things combined the measurements used for the Parallax Method are also 100% inaccurate. This means the entire picture astronomers tell us about our universe is completely wrong. We have to start being honest with ourselves and start acknowledging our limitations or we will never be able to learn anything new and move forward.

Let me give you an example:

Let us have a look at a specific star and see what we are told about it.

He 0437-5439

This star, named he 0437-5439, was discovered by the Hamburg/ESO sky survey, a project aimed at detecting quasars but which discovered many faint blue stars as well. Scientists DR. Remeis-Sternwarte at the university of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany and the centre for astrophysics research (university of Hertfordshire, UK) found what is likely to be a hot massive main-sequence star, far out in the halo of the milky way galaxy.

Data was obtained with the Eso Vlt and its high resolution UVES spectrograph. This allowed the chemical composition to be measured which turned out to be similar to that of the sun, confirming in their minds that he0437-5439 is a young star.

They say its mass is eight times larger than that of the sun and that the star is only 30 million years old. They also determined that it is almost 200,000 light years away from us.

They say the data indicated the star to be receding at a velocity of 723 km/s, or 2.6 million kilometres per hour. Astronomers believe this star moves so fast that the gravitational attraction of the milky way is too small to keep it bound to the galaxy. Hence the hyper-velocity star will escape into intergalactic space.

Conclusion:

The distance astronomers want to use for this star is almost 200,000 light years away from us. In order to justify this figure, they say the size of the star is eight times the mass of our sun and in theoretical terms the age of this size star would be no more than 30 million years old.

How much different would the view of this star look if we did not use relativity or light travelling at 186,000 mps?

Let us assume for the moment that the star is actually the same size as our sun. This would mean the distance is only about 2 light years away from us, instead of 200,000 light years away from us.

The age would be about the same as our sun and that is how easy it is to change our view of the universe. Just by changing one figure in any equation changes the outcome dramatically.

As you can see, the differences between what astronomers tell us today about our universe and the possibility of what could be are enormous to say the least. The only thing needed to be wrong is just one figure in an enormous equation to rule out what astronomers think they know today.

These statements only sound strange because we are so used to being told how big the universe is and that most people just accept it as a given. However, if astronomers are wrong because Light does not exist in Nature, then the age of our universe is also wrong. The mistakes just keep on coming up and showing themselves and then if you take out the speed of light since light does not travel at 186,000 mps, it is clear that everything is wrong.

Stars are a lot closer to us than astronomers think

The universe is not as large as astronomers would have us believe. Other stars are a lot closer to us than astronomers want to believe.

The distances that astronomers tell us about space are completely wrong. They have no validity what so ever. Let me show you the main reason why.

The main reason why early astronomers created the view of the universe we are taught in schools today, is because of a major misunderstanding of light and the process of light.

Astronomers believe that light takes such a long time to get to us that some of the stars and galaxies are so far away that these stars and galaxies are no longer there by the time that we see the light of that star or galaxy. Over time they came up with theories to enhance that belief.

However, as you now know light, shadows and colour only exists in our brain. Light is not a wave or a particle. Light is simply a spark that happens on the surfaces of the objects we see, which creates a higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ through 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation'. Light does not travel at all, so this current view of our universe based on what astronomers tell us is completely wrong.

Light cannot be seen in the past. Light can only be seen in the present because visible light is created only when a spark happens on the surfaces of the objects we see. All of the stars and galaxies we see in the night sky are there right now or we would not see them.

This is because the higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ that moves through 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation' must be active.

‘Bright Parlites’ hitting the surface of an object create the higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ moving through 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation'.

Standard Vibrations of objects

higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibrations’

As soon as the higher speed frequency electrical vibration stops being created at it’s source because the sparking stops happening, the object can no longer be seen because the light went out. This creates a situation that the higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ stops vibrating within 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation'.

Light has now gone out again

Therefore the vibration cannot travel through time. Whatever we see is there right now when we see it. It really is that simple.

‘Bright Parlites’ hitting the surface of an object are actually speeding up the vibrations of the existing standard vibrations that are already moving through 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation'. They speed up the existing vibrations to a higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ using the exact same vibrations that are already moving through the existing flux lines of 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation'. This takes less effort and is much faster to move.

You can relate this to pushing a child on a swing. Each push requires less effort to keep the motion of the swing in action.

Vibrations Slow Down Again

When ‘Bright Parlites’ stop hitting a surface the vibrations slow down again to the slower speed frequency standard vibrations. The number of individual flux lines moving the vibration will reduce each time there is a movement of the vibration to the next flux line. The vibration coming up the rear will no longer have a higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’, which will continue to decrease the speed for the next each individual flux line the vibration moves through.

To put this another way, the tailing higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ will no longer have any support to maintain itself at that speed and will not only stop it’s own vibration without that support, it will not move forward at the higher speed. This process will continue until there are no more higher speed frequency electrical vibrations moving through 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation' from that one source.

At the same time as the higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibration’ disappears, the vibration will then slow back down to the slower speed frequency standard vibrations of the object (A) which are always there.

In addition to this, as soon as another vibration from another object (B) and different direction passes through these same initial standard vibrations, the new vibrations take over and when object (B) stops it’s vibration, the initial vibrations of object (A) no longer have any more higher speed frequency ‘electrical vibrations’ within their vibrations to push through and start the process over again to continue at the higher speed, so object (A) maintains it’s slower speed frequency vibration.

Light cannot be seen in the past

The simple reality is that light or the vibrations of objects cannot be seen in the past. The stars we see in the night sky are there right now or we would not see them, and our universe is a lot smaller than astronomers would have us believe. There is a lot more to this universe than we can dream of or perceive on this planet.

These Galaxies are not Billions or Thousands of Billions of Light Years away

Gravitational lensing does not exist

Gravitational lensing is an actual effect of seeing the vibrations of an object which travels through water droplets or moist air or heat haze. Gravitational lensing as astronomers believe it works does not exist. What actually happens is the result of Water Diffraction, Water Reflection and Water Refraction. 'The rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation' don’t just move the vibrations of one object we see, they vibrate the vibrations of all objects in the path of our sight.

Light is not being effected by gravitational forces because light does not travel. Hydrogen, Oxygen and water vapour exist in almost every Solar System in the Universe, if a Solar System has mature planets rotating in them.

See video in real time in: The Truth about the Senses

The definition of everything scientists see out in space is subject to the description given by the observer and how good that person is in persuading others to believe what they say it is.

  • In reality: Most of the definitions we are given about most things seen in space is wrong.
  • In reality: Gravitational lensing does not exist.

Water Diffraction, Water Reflection and Water Refraction are responsible for distorted views in space.

Hubble Space Telescope

How far away are the stars and how can we determine such a distance?

With actual visual evidence collected by the Hubble space telescope, coupled with knowledge gained from the voyager space crafts, it is very easy to work out that other stars are a lot closer to us than astronomers think.

So with this new knowledge, how can we look at the universe in a different way to help us better understand the distances in our universe.

Look at the evidence in a new light

If you take a look at most photographs of galaxies similar to the milky way galaxy and have a close enough view of stars in them that you can see a gap between the stars, you will find that most of the stars in the outer rim of the galaxy look about the same size and about the same distance apart from each other, in all directions, give or take.

When we take a very close look we can’t actually see anything between the stars except space. This is because of the process of 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation' moving and using up the left over dust and gases in the immediate environment to create other objects like asteroids over time. This will happen with all dust and gas particles that are left over if the Stars themselves haven’t gathered it up while on their orbit around their Solar System.

We also know that every star has a solar wind coming off of it in all directions.

We also know that the solar wind of our sun travels only about 18 billion kilometres before it hits the Heliopause.

Using Common Sense

With all of these bits of information in mind, we can now determine that it is a high probability the Heliopause is simply the solar wind of another star at a moment in time when it reaches our solar wind, because we can see there is nothing else between stars except space.

Therefore it is very reasonable to accept that our closest star could be no further away from the Heliopause than our own sun is. (give or take)

We also know that the Hubble space telescope has taken many photographs of galaxies that are close up enough that we can actually count the stars across the galaxy, in an imaginary straight line.

If the stars in the outer rim of these galaxies were the same size as our sun, given the fact that our sun is also in the outer rim of our galaxy, then we would have to assume that the distances would be about the same as our closest star.

This goes back to the actual process of how stars are made and the 'Changing of the Attraction' making it impossible for stars to become too large in a given area of the Nebula Gas Cloud. In most solar systems there is a main large star in the centre and smaller planets the further out from the centre you go.

There is always an exception to the rule, however, when we look at photographs of many galaxies close up, we very rarely see anything that is abnormal. Everything appears to be the same.

What are some real possibilities?

The current view is that our milky way galaxy is about 200,000 light years across. This measurement does change with some scientists depending on the subject. Sometimes I’ve heard 100,000 light years across and sometimes I’ve heard 120,000 light years across. The last one was 150,000 light years across. It seems that not all scientists are in agreement with each other.

  • One light year = 6000 billion miles or 10,000 billion kilometres
  • Our Heliopause is only 18 billion kilometres away.
  • They say our closest star is about 5 x light-years away or 50,000 billion kilometres and yet what we can see is that our closest star could be only 36 billion kilometres away.
  • This means that our milky way galaxy could be no more than 2 light years across, instead of 200,000 light years across.
  • Stars that have a massive density could be only very small stars that will later become moons. (some as small as 300 metres in diameter).
  • Stars that are millions of times larger than our sun could be the same size of our sun. This is because Light does not exist in nature and light is a major part of what is used to determine the size and distance of a star in space.
  • With the James Webb space telescope astronomers are now saying they can see galaxies at 13,500 billion light years away from us and that’s in a straight line. I mean, really?
  • How can they tell the difference between 13,500 billion light years away from us and 13,000 billion light years away from us? Do they see sign posts, Landmarks or what? We know it can’t be light because light does not exist in nature.

When we finally understand that the theory of general relativity is not real and that gravity does not work in relation to weight. That the effects of gravity only happen in relation to electromagnetic attraction with 'the rotating sea of flux lines of Space Saturation'. Only then can we see that the differences between what we are told today about our universe and the possibility of what could be in a universe made up of electromagnetic energy, are enormous to say the least.