Sunday, November 24, 2019

Whistleblower Testimony Confirmed; Universe Connected by Giant Energetic Structures, Scientists Believe - Article and Commentary


It's grown increasingly clear over the last few months. By all appearances, the scientific establishment along with the corporate media have changed their collective tune entirely when it comes to the topic of space. At this point, we are hearing from these establishments countless narratives about possible life outside of our solar system, the alleged extraterrestrial origin of the human race, technologies which could allow us to explore deep space, and much, much more.


Advanced ETs, hyper-advanced technology from outer space, and even interstellar spacecrafteach of these subjects has been discussed by mainstream science as of late. Compared to the staunch, obtuse, and arrogantly skeptical (semi)scientific narratives of decades past, these subjects have become household topics, and not just within the realm of science fiction.

The fact that these subjects are actually being confronted by mainstream science and media seems just as bizarre as the phenomena they address.

Many recent disclosures about matters of space seem to echo the past testimony of well-known figures from within the disclosure community, namely the testimony of Secret Space Program insider and whistleblower, Corey Goode. As fantastic as some of Goode's testimonies may have seemed in the past, it appears that the mainstream media is rolling out their disclosure narratives very similar to the way Goode predicted they would. Not only this, but many of these disclosures actually echo Goode's past testimony to the letter.

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To reiterate, these mainstream disclosure, though they seem to fall short of the entire truth, appear to confirm much of the information which Corey has shared with audiences in the past. Information about a breathable atmosphere on Mars, notions of advanced off-planet installations, the disclosure of the interstellar object, Oumuamua, and of massive ET spacecraft traversing our solar systemthese are just a few of the topics which Goode disclosed long before the corporate media began speaking about them.

The subject of the alleged interstellar asteroid, Oumuamua, was a particularly revealing disclosure, considering the fact that Goode was the only personality within alternative communities that seemed to have any foreknowledge of this disclosure long before the mainstream news story broke.

This latest media discourse of an interlinked cosmic web of energy echos yet another subject that Corey Goode discussed in detail. According to Goode's testimony, this disclosure represents a small portion of intel from the secret space program he claims to have worked in for several decades of his life. In past interviews, Goode discussed this concept of interconnected star systems which were joined together across vast distances through energetic linkages—very similar to the giant structures the corporate media is now discussing.

The following excerpts come from interviews that took place on the original iteration of the online series, Cosmic Disclosure, between Corey and well-known author, producer, and public speaker, David Wilcock.


David: Corey, does this solar flash appear to be a basic part of celestial mechanics, regardless of what solar system you're in?

Corey: Yes. And it has to do with not only where our star is traveling through the galaxy, but our star's connection through the cosmic web to other stars.

There could be feedback of energy through this cosmic web, through our star, which emanates.

http://www.discerningthemystery.com/2017/03/cosmic-disclosure-with-david-wilcock_13.html

David: Are you familiar with there being drone craft that may be at a lower-level space program level that would not actually be able to get past half light speed unless they go through the Cosmic Web let's say?

Corey: Yes. Many of the craft in the beginning that were traveling from sphere to sphere within our solar system they would not be making a trip to Mars in a matter of 20 to 30 minutes. It would take them hours.

David: Right. Exactly.

Corey: And they had to overcome some technical issues and make some scientific breakthroughs before they were able to go superluminal.

David: It fits perfectly.

http://www.discerningthemystery.com/2016/11/cosmic-disclosure-with-corey-goode-and_20.html


According to Goode, this network of energetic connections between stars behaves like an electrical circuit. In other words, there is an energetic exchange between stars and stellar clusters which can mimic the electrical transfers on a circuit board. Because of this interconnection, there is a constant opportunity for energetic exchange between stars. When one star experiences an upsurge in energetic output, the adjacent stars can actually help to disburse that energy into space.
In addition to this energetic connection, Goode has discussed how these stellar connections can allow an advanced spacecraft to traverse extreme distances through space in a fraction of the time which conventional physics tells us is possible. Though this intel may seem to come right out of a science fiction production, we might recall how far-fetched some of Corey's testimony may have initially seemed. However, now that corporate news and verified professionals from official organizations are revealing much of the exact same information (and that this trend runs right up to present day), it is not logical to blindly claim that Corey's intel is inaccurate with regard to these matters. The reality of these news reports suggests that Goode was telling the truth all along.

Of course, it wasn't always that the corporate media spoke openly about unconventional scientific theories of space. In fact, the apparent refusal of mainstream science to advance its narrative of space at all rendered the field of astronomy virtually useless. Yet now, nearly all of the possibilities which the scientific establishment laughed at and blindly dismissed are suddenly hot topics of mainstream discussion.


The sudden inorganic way in which these disclosures are taking place in mainstream media seems to reveal that the scientific narrative of ET life has shifted. It's almost as though unseen interests behind the scientific establishment were already aware that these principles were true but these interests didn't want the people to know it. And now that the apparent agenda of secrecy has changed, the attempts of these interests to make this informational disclosure appear to be organic seem labored and artificial.

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The timing and pace of these disclosures seems rushed and at times, even awkward. Yet the information within these revelations can tell us quite a bit about the intentions behind these sudden releases of advanced knowledge of space.

Take the below article for instance.

Though in many cases, the publication, Vice, has been notably biased in their reporting (and is suspected of being Cabal-controlled), 
there may be much we can glean from the information they present.

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Source: Vice

Published: November 11, 2019 

By: Becky Ferreira

There’s Growing Evidence That the Universe Is Connected by Giant Structures


Scientists are finding that galaxies can move with each other across huge distances, and against the predictions of basic cosmological models. The reason why could change everything we think we know about the universe.

The Milky Way, the galaxy we live in, is one of hundreds of billions of galaxies strewn across the universe. Their variety is stunning: spirals, ring galaxies shaped like star-studded loops, and ancient galaxies that outshine virtually everything else in the universe.

But despite their differences, and the mind-boggling distances between them, scientists have noticed that some galaxies move together in odd and often unexplained patterns, as if they are connected by a vast unseen force.

Galaxies within a few million light years of each other can gravitationally affect each other in predictable ways, but scientists have observed mysterious patterns between distant galaxies that transcend those local interactions.

These discoveries hint at the enigmatic influence of so-called “large-scale structures” which, as the name suggests, are the biggest known objects in the universe. These dim structures are made of hydrogen gas and dark matter and take the form of filaments, sheets, and knots that link galaxies in a vast network called the cosmic web. We know these structures have major implications for the evolution and movements of galaxies, but we’ve barely scratched the surface of the root dynamics driving them.

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Scientists are eager to acquire these new details because some of these phenomena challenge the most fundamental ideas about the universe.


“That’s actually the reason why everybody is always studying these large-scale structures,” said Noam Libeskind, a cosmographer at the Leibniz-Institut for Astrophysics (AIP) in Germany, in a call. “It’s a way of probing and constraining the laws of gravity and the nature of matter, dark matter, dark energy, and the universe.”


Why are distant galaxies moving in unison?

Galaxies tend to form gravitationally bound clusters that belong to even larger superclusters. Earth’s long-form cosmic address, for instance, would have to note that the Milky Way is part of the Local Group, a gang of several dozen galaxies. The Local Group is inside the Virgo supercluster, containing more than 1,000 galaxies.

On these more “local” scales, galaxies frequently mess with each other’s spins, shapes, and angular velocities. Sometimes, one galaxy even eats another, an event known as galactic cannibalism. But some galaxies show dynamic links across distances too great to be explained by their individual gravitational fields.

For instance, a study published in The Astrophysical Journal in October found that hundreds of galaxies were rotating in sync with the motions of galaxies that were tens of millions of light years away.

“This discovery is quite new and unexpected,” said lead author Joon Hyeop Lee, an astronomer at the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, in an email. “I have never seen any previous report of observations or any prediction from numerical simulations, exactly related to this phenomenon.”

Lee and his colleagues studied 445 galaxies within 400 million light years of Earth, and noticed that many of the ones rotating in a direction toward Earth had neighbors that were moving toward Earth, while those that were rotating in the opposite direction had neighbors moving away from Earth.

“The observed coherence must have some relationship with large-scale structures, because it is impossible that the galaxies separated by six megaparsecs [roughly 20 million light years] directly interact with each other,” Lee said.

Lee and his colleagues suggest that the synchronized galaxies may be embedded along the same large-scale structure, which is very slowly rotating in a counter-clockwise direction. That underlying dynamic could cause the kind of coherence between the rotation of the studied galaxies and the motions of their neighbors, though he cautioned that it will take a lot more research to corroborate his team’s findings and conclusions.

While this particular iteration of weirdly synced up galaxies is novel, scientists have observed odd coherences between galaxies at even more mind-boggling distances. In 2014, a team observed curious alignments of supermassive black holes at the cores of quasars, which are ancient ultra-luminous galaxies, that stretch across billions of light years.

Led by Damien Hutsemékers, an astronomer at the University of Liège in Belgium, the researchers were able to observe this eerie synchronicity by watching the universe when it was only a few billion years old, using the Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. The observations recorded the polarization of light from nearly 100 quasars, which the team then used to reconstruct the geometry and alignment of the black holes at their cores. The results showed that the rotation axes of 19 quasars in this group were parallel, despite the fact that they were separated by several billion light years.

The discovery, which was published in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics, is an indicator that large-scale structures influenced the dynamics of galaxies across vast distances in the early universe.

“Galaxy spin axes are known to align with large-scale structures such as cosmic filaments but this occurs on smaller scales,” Hutsemékers said in an email, noting that theoretical studies have proposed some tentative explanations of this process.

“However, there is currently no explanation why the axes of quasars are aligned with the axis of the large group in which they are embedded,” he noted.


The truth behind synchronized galaxies could change everything

The secret of these synchronized galaxies may pose a threat to the cosmological principle, one of the basic assumptions about the universe. This principle states that the universe is basically uniform and homogenous at extremely large scales. But the “existence of correlations in quasar axes over such extreme scales would constitute a serious anomaly for the cosmological principle,” as Hutsemékers and his colleagues note in their study.

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However, Hutsemékers’ cautioned that more of these structures would need to be spotted and studied to prove that this is a serious wrinkle in the cosmological principle. “Other similar structures are needed to confirm a real anomaly,” he said.

For the moment, the dynamics behind these quasar positions are not well understood because there are few observational techniques to refine them. “As far as large-scale alignments are concerned, we are essentially waiting for more data,” Hutsemékers’ said. “Such studies are statistical and a step forward would require a large amount of polarization data, not easy to gather with current instrumentation.”

Future radio telescopes, such as the Square Kilometre Array, might be able to probe these mysterious alignments in more detail.

“One of the great things about science is that you can have a model built with thousands of pieces of data but if one thing doesn’t stick it starts to crack. That crack either has to be sealed or it’s going to bring the whole house down.”

Quasar alignments are not the only hurdles that oddly synchronized galaxies have presented to established models of the universe. In fact, one of the most contentious debates in cosmology these days is centered around the unexpected way in which dwarf galaxies appear to become neatly aligned around larger host galaxies such as the Milky Way.

These satellite galaxies are currently a thorn in the side of what is known as the ΛCDM model, which is a theoretical timeline of the universe since the Big Bang. Simulations of the universe under the ΛCDM model predict that small satellite galaxies will end up in a swarm of random orbits around larger host galaxies.


But over the past decade, new observations have revealed that a huge chunk of the satellite galaxies around the Milky Way are synced up into one tidy orbital plane. At first, scientists wondered whether that simply meant something weird was going on with our own galaxy, but a similar plane of satellites was then observed around Andromeda.

The alarm bells really started ringing in 2015, when astronomers published observations of the same phenomenon a third time around Centaurus A, an elliptical galaxy about 10 million light years from the Milky Way.


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This discovery “suggests that something is wrong with standard cosmological simulations,” according to a subsequent 2018 study in Science, led by Oliver Müller, an astronomer at the University of Strasbourg in France.

“At the moment, we have observed this at the three closest galaxies,” Müller said in a call. “Of course, you can always say that it’s only three, so it’s not statistical yet. But it shows that every time we have good data, we find it, so it could be universal.”

In a 2015 study, Libeskind and his colleagues suggested that filaments in the cosmic web might be guiding these organized galaxies, a process that could cohere with the ΛCDM model. Ultimately, though, there’s no conclusive answer to this dilemma yet.

“One of the great things about science is that you can have a model built with thousands of pieces of data but if one thing doesn’t stick it starts to crack,” said Libeskind. “That crack either has to be sealed or it’s going to bring the whole house down.”


Read more at: Vice.com
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