What if the so called “edge” of the solar system were a sort of platonic cave into which the solar system is imbedded? It is quite possible and coherent with the data coming from two probes, Voyager 1 and IBEX (Interstellar Boundary Explorer)
Launched 36 years ago, Voyager 1 and its twin Voyager 2 are now more than 120 times the distance between the Earth and the sun. They should have reached the “edge” of the solar system so large as to make negligible the Earth-sun distance, reinforcing the heretical thesis I described in my book Baby Sun Revelation (in Italian), Das SONNENKIND (in German).
In June, 27, 2013 NASA’s Voyager 1 has encountered a strange new region at the outer reaches of the solar system, suggesting the spacecraft is poised to pop free into interstellar space, scientists say. How many times have they announced such a news?
The first time was in 2003, when the spacecraft’s instruments indicated that particles around it were moving subsonically. The sun actually produces a plasma of charged particles called the solar wind, which get blown supersonically from its atmosphere at more than 1 million km/h, about 10% of the light speed. Noticing its slowing down to subsonic speeds they had supposed that the probe had reached the edge. Yet it was not so.
About a year ago, August 2012, everything got really quiet around the probe. Voyager 1’s instruments indicated at the solar wind suddenly dropped by a factor of 1,000, to the point where it was virtually undetectable. This transition happened extremely fast, taking roughly a few days. At the same time, the measurements of galactic cosmic rays increased significantly, which would be “just as we expected if we were outside the solar wind,” said physicist Ed. Stone of Caltech, Voyager’s project scientist. Therefore it looked almost as if Voyager 1 had left the sun’s influence.
Again it was not so. In June, 27, 2013, another problem, a baffling surprise. The solar wind was completely gone, but the galactic cosmic rays were coming preferentially from one direction – the sun – and not streaming in from all directions, as it would have occurred if the probe were into the interstellar medium. Even though the solar particles had dropped off, the probe hasn’t measured any real change in the magnetic fields around it. That’s hard to explain because the galaxy’s magnetic field is thought to be inclined 60 degrees from the sun’s field. Thus the Voyager’s project scientist Ed Stone speculated that the probe could travel some months or even years before it reaches interstellar space.
“The models that have been thought to predict what should happen are all incorrect”. Reading the latest announcement – June 27, 2013 – we might realize that nobody actually knows what the edge of the Solar System is. No one is entirely sure what’s going on, but most scientists are still “sure” that the interstellar space exists.
My theses are the effects of personal and collective inner visions, as I wrote in my latest book Baby Sun Revelation. The interstellar space doesn’t exist at all.
The universe is small and finite, probably coinciding with the heliosphere that is similar to a hall of mirrors. These mirrors reflect the “shadows”, as Plato said, i.e. infinite images of a few bodies, or rather holograms, imbedded into the heliosphere. The “secret” has been told and re-told; it is the geometry of space that is not empty, non homogeneous and not even isotropic as the copernican principle presumes. The geometry of space has a fractal, or better a cellular structure that shows what space really is: a COSMIC WOMB into which a COSMIC PREGNANCY has developed itself.
My theses are also confirmed by the IBEX (Interstellar Boundary Explorer) probe.
Through it, solar physicists have discovered a narrow and giant “ribbon” of bright emission, caused by neutral atoms. This was completely unexpected and not predicted by any model at the time. They so realized that the magnetic field surrounding our solar system acts like a mirror for the particles that IBEX sees. Solar physicists did not expect this “mirror effect,” which is “somewhat analogous to exploring an unknown cave,” as they said. “By activating IBEX, we suddenly see that the solar system has a lit candle and see its light reflected in the cave walls’ shining back at us,” said Arik Posner, IBEX program scientist at NASA Headquarters. “What we find is that the ‘cave wall’ acts more like a faint mirror than like a normal wall,” he added, in 2010.
Thus we should face a main problem: which is the CAUSE of the ribbon, relfected on the “walls” of the solar cave? It is the TRUE SUN – the Earth’s inner SUN.
However the two probes, Voyager 1 and IBEX are confirming what the platonic wave had already affirmed. We are imbedded into a mirror universe and our goal is to discover who we are. This might be achieved looking within ourselves, using our inner sight.