RAY OF CREATION
Light radiating from the black hole at the Galactic Center cannot escape
to reach Earth due to the strong gravitational pull of the black hole.
Even if it did, the light would take about thirty thousand years to
travel to Earth. Therefore any effects arising from the close alignment
of the Galactic Center and Earth would have the property to escape from
a black hole and to propagate much faster than light.
The Spin Force which I have discovered around people may be such a force
correlated to it. An English physicist, Laithwaite, thought that spin
radiation from stars should fill the skies. A Russian scientist made
observations that implied a force emanated from stars that was faster
than light. He detected such an effect by pointing his telescope where a
star would be by now, not where it was when the visible light left it.
Bill Ramsy, in Boulder, Colorado, has been collecting a signal from the
Sun, and transforming it into a music like audio signal. He claims that
he can detect a radiation about eight minutes before a visible, or light
wave emanation, reaches Earth.
While validation by others of these observations have not yet been made,
it is suggestive of the possibility of radiation’s that travel faster
than light. Perhaps the stars communicate by such a radiation. Light
speed may be much too slow.
When a planet is seen as aligned with the Sun, on the other side of the
solar system, stronger effects are observed on Earth than when it is off
to the side. When the Moon is aligned with a planet, and especially when
the planet is relatively close to Earth, influences on the weather,
especially noticeable for Jupiter (hotter weather) and Pluto (cooler
weather). Geomagnetic field disturbances are larger.
In 2010, it was definitely warmer when the planet Jupiter aligned with
the Sun. Also the earthquake in Haiti occurred. When the Sun and the
planet Venus aligned, earthquakes in Chili occurred.
Fortunately, these are not yearly occurrences, although the weather
effects are, and therefore, they are predictable.
Rodney Collins, a student of Georges Gurdjieff, maintained that an
emanation from the Galactic Center (and by extension) all Galactic
Centers) which he called: “The Ray of Creation” occurred and went out to
all the stars in the galaxy, and from the stars to the planets. This Ray
had a benevolent, stimulating effect on all life.
There, the Earth’s Sun, aligning with the Galactic Center will produce
an increase in that ray, and life on Earth will experience a jump in
evolution of more than average. The movement of the Sun around the
galaxy periodically comes closer to appearing to align with the Galactic