It has been running around in the astronomy circles that this past August was the first time in more than a century the sun didn’t have any sunspot activity.
Sunspot activity is linked to climate cycles of Earth, much more so than the vaunted “anthropic global warming” we are supposedly experiencing.
Now according to Ted Twietmeyer of Data4Science.net , the resumption of Sol’s sunspot activity is perhaps a little odd:
For years I have publicly announced that manipulation of our nearest star has been taking place. It was announced in August, that it had been more than 100 years since the sun did not manifest sunspots for an entire month. Now we’re almost into two months…until now:
What’s quite amazing about this sunspot (which no one is talking about,) is that this sunspot appears to have a square geometry as shown in the enlargement below:
In the upper left corner a dark feature is visible. Only a few of these objects were visible across the entire surface when this image was taken. Superheated plasma dancing randomly can be seen everywhere in this image. Each of these tiny peaks are actually hundreds to thousands of miles high.
Yet this lone, square sunspot appears out of nowhere.
I’m not an astronomer or a solar scientist, but a square sunspot is definitely different by any stretch.
It kind of goes along with the hexagon storm at Saturn’s North Pole , but who am I to say?
Twietmeyer’s premise if I’m reading this right is that the sunspot might be intelligently controlled, by us.
Weird stuff. And the mainstream scientists either deny the evidence of their extented “eyes”, or ignore it altogether.
Take some magic ‘shrooms boys and lighten up! 😆