The highly charged wave of EM radiation from the centre of the Galaxy meets the Solar System.
This is exactly how the physics of this life-threatening space weather works throughout the universe. The sooner will we realise this and implement into our collective consciousness, the better for us.
As we have seen above, the Sun's electricity is regularly induced by the electricity of our Galaxy. As a result, our Sun becomes a firework of electrical currents so intense that they reach all its planets.
The Solar System in an excited state. source: Google
A closer look at our Sun shows that it is, as all the stars, a highly electrically charged celestial body. Incidentally, the latest studies show that the Sun is not a cloud of gas, but the planet with a semi-solid crust of iron! The Earth itself is an electromagnet, so the end result of two such bodies being in a proximity is of course the cyclical occurrence of the Global Electric Event (GEE), or an electric short curcuit of cosmic proportions, or, from our perspective, the infamous End Of The World.
The Sun thunder reaches the Earth. source: Google
Elektricly charged balls in a lab
Earth's magnetic field in action
Gruesome discovery as it may appear, it is healthy to apprehend though. Once the message gets through to the humanity, it will then realise that it is better to count on themselves, rather than waiting for anybody's help.
So this is precisely the message encoded for us in Easter - at the end of the day every single one and all of us must realise that a comfortable life on a surface of a planet is possible only for a limited period of time, and that it becomes critically dangerous for life there in the long run.
In this context, it is clear that Easter has always been, is now and will remain a reminder to us and the future generations about the violent nature of Cosmos, and that there always comes the next ...
GEE, bringing shock and awe!
Europa - one of the Jupiter's moons "embraced" by an electrical discharge from outer space. source: NASA
That is what the Earth could look like from space during the GEE - the solar thunder, of which the entire series took place during the EM "superwave" pass, around 13750 years ago, as shown in the chart beneath.
As we can see in the above graph, in our planet's past - and at least as many times as the number of layers of the mining coal - huge solar thunders hit the Earth. We can only imagine that the destruction on the Earth's surface must have been instant and massive. The giant thunderbolts may have pounded repeatedly over a few hundred years many times over during each of these Memorable Events. It was followed by a total devastation all over our planet's surface and in the complete darkness for years to come, from the volcanic ashes in the atmosphere.
Live fire from heavens and then... a long and ominous darkness - the Great Night!
Exactly so the ancients put it - "the fire came down from heavens"! Within minutes after the solar thunder's hit it became pitch dark, the only strip of blue sky ever to be detected was gradually clearing only over the equatorial belt. In many ancient cultures, the Easter is described as the time when “the great night had ended”. In Polish language for instance, it is called Wielkanoc, which literally means 'great night'. Back then, 13750 years ago, as it was found out by geologists, all ecosystem collapsed. The most intense earthquakes, giant tsunamis and vicious tornadoes took stage and started their performance hateful of everything alive.
Volcanic eruptions, tornados, giant thunderbolts, earthquakes, floods - all happening at once...
Our planet suffered terrible losses of life, mainly due to the radiation from space, as in places there would possibly occur a complete lack of the atmosphere(!), and whatever was left of it, all poisoned with fumes and gasses from numerous and simultaneous volcanic eruptions. The ominous long night lasted for nearly a century, as it has been confirmed by the geologists who saw the black ice in the samples collected from the Arctic ice mantel at the depth corresponding precisely to the memorable time of the last Great Night.
Highly developed civilisations momentarily reduced to fear stricken individual survivors, preoccupied with hunting and gathering, struggling to survive from day to day, this being the best case scenario of the Great Night's aftermath - Easter was supposed to remind us about it, by using such symbols as e.g. eating fish. Unfortunately, throughout history, religions reinterpreted this to suit their current needs and, eventually, fundamentally altered the meaning of this message...
Burning atmosphere of Venus, an artist's impression, own graphics
Scenarios of these events always vary - they may be coinciding with huge volcanic eruptions associated by tectonic movements of the Earth's mantel, thus triggering the mega-tsunamis, but there may also get incinerated all oxygen or the entire burning atmosphere may actually get displaced off the planet's surface, and be transformed in a fire ball spinning through outer space. Neither of these events can be predicted and they last minutes only, leaving the damage for centuries to come. The ancient lores have it that planet Venus was seen burning torch-like, long after having been hit by an electric 'spear' from the Sun. Then it was interpreted as a fight of the gods for their planets.
Moon - nearly oll of these craters are imprints of the solar thunders' strikes - notice their focus around the poles, which is foreseen by the Electric Universe Theory, and is an anomaly for the Newtonian physics. source: Google Earth
400 km in diameter Mimas, Saturn's moon, with an unusually large crater - volcanology canoot explain this phenomenon. source: Google
Electric eruption on Io, Jupiter's moon.
Phobos - one of the moons of Mars - notice an unusually large amount of craters for such a small celestial body. The theory of meteorite collisions also can not explain the regular circular shape of the craters, which the Electric Universe theory successfully does. source: Google Earth
The electrical discharges and scars after them on Saturn's Moon Enceladus
Venus - notice the spikes in centres of craters. Newtonian physicists are boggled by the alleged intensity of "the volcanic activity" of the planet, which they failed to have observed despite decades of efforts! source: Google Earth
All planets bear numerous scars from these hits, so does the Moon, Mars and the Earth. They may be craters, then always with a spike in the centre or quite a prominent mountain, as the famous Australian "monolith" Uluru in the picture below ...
Fragment of the Grand Canyon - theory of surface erosion does not explain that shaping, nor is this a tectonic crack. source: Google Earth
...but they may be like river beds or even canyons, in fact, one on Earth we call the Grand Canyon, the one on Mars is named Valles Marineris, better known as its "misterious channels" or "scars".
So what happened after that last Great Night?
According to ancient Sumerians, after the last Great Night, the climate stabilised and Goddess Inanna, the Beloved One of An, the chief God, she came out of the underground and have undertaken to rebuild the human civilisation.
Images of the Sumerian goddess Ishtar were found throughout Mesopotamia and far beyond - few today remember. It is worth noting the proportion of the adult lion to her person's - after all, she was a descendant from a race of giants, and in this relief she measures at least 5 metres, possibly more in reality!; source: Google
Inanna was also known as Ishtar, the One From the Underworld, and for the next 5000 years at least, she was the biggest deity revered from today's Maghreb to India. She is truly immortal, as her unique genes are surviving, in some women in unusually generous garments, to this day. But she has also become immortal in the very name of the Easter, which, obviously, has been named after her nickname of Ishtar.
An inspiring story as it is, it appears an undeniably truthful one as well, as it has withstood the confrontation with the cold calculated scientific investigation of geological facts.
Sphinx means "Constrictor" - it surely is in strict connection with the fact, that the majority of life died by suffocation then 13750 years ago. source: Google
Amidst intense eruptions of volcanoes, and possible sudden absence of the atmosphere, life perished also because of lack of oxygen to breathe and poisonous substances in the air from volcanic fumes. Fish and marine life have been relatively safer in waters, so for the human survivors they had been the sole source of healthy food for decades and hundreds of years to come.
So Sphinx the Constrictor's name is adequate to the event, but indeed it is an exceptionally original portrait of Ishtar, who, after all, was born in the sign of Leo and surrounded herself with the lions. Of an extraordinary beauty by all accounts is this monument dedicated to both this timeless event, and the person, who decided to stay on Earth with humanity in its darkest hour, while the rest of the divine family chose to abandon the planet for safety, fleeing beyond the turbulent Solar System.
So, regardless of everything else, the Easter holidays are an expression of our memory of Ishtar, and to this day it is above all a joyful feast in her honour, although there is hardly anyone among us today, who could correctly give its genesis. In Polish, Easter is, as we see as the most adequate name to commemorate this historic event, though, unfortunately, it does not appreciate the role of Ishtar nor does it echo her name. Anyway, as a goddess, an immortal being, she surely ia still around and understands better than us the intricacies of the human race's chaotic development, which, in order to keep in check as her subjects, she had to keep the lions always with her:)
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