Life from the Sun?

Reviving the Ancient Case for Heliocentricity

When NASA revealed in 2012 that it had identified something called X-Points, as portals linking in an uninterrupted path the magnetic field of our planet to that of the sun, there was little coverage in the mainstream media. A year later, when Russian physicist Vladimir Dzhunushaliev and his colleagues postulated that there were wormholes connecting our sun to other stars in the galaxy, it likewise gained scant attention. During the same period, though, newspaper reports of UFOs approaching the sun, followed by a flurry of YouTube videos during 2013/2014 featuring strange activities around the solar rim, became more frequent. While all acknowledge that life on Earth could not exist without the Sun’s light and warmth, most consider it strictly a giant ball of fire with no solid surface—one very hostile to any life form that gets too close. But could we be on the verge of exposing a previously unsuspected ‘secret life of the sun?’

Our forebears on every continent have held that our earliest “gods” and kings descended from the sun, with some believing the solar orb itself to be a deity. It may be tempting to dismiss the inventors of language and writing and the builders of the Pyramids, Stonehenge, and other megaliths around the globe, as superstitious simpletons, but scratching the surface of old myths and legends can reveal gems of truth at their core. Considering the modern-day understanding that everything in our solar system, from the planets’ stony soil and water to our flesh-and-blood bodies, has its origins in the sun, it’s not merely poetic to state that we are “children of the sun,” or that we belong to it.  Seeing the sun in a new light, so to speak, poses challenging questions about our heliacal connections that go to the heart of our true origins and ultimate destination.

Can life exist on the sun in any form? According to the satirical website TheOnion.com, the answer is yes. Though written as a parody, and clearly not intended to be taken seriously, a story that appeared in 2013, spoke in a curiously believable way of “fire-based life forms” that have evolved in their own super-heated environment. Referring to a nonexistent study supposedly published by NASA, a fictional lead investigator Dr. Steven T. Aukerman wrote, “With a surface temperature of 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit and frequent eruptions of ionized gases flowing along strong magnetic fields, the sun is the first star we’ve seen with the right conditions to support fire organisms, and we believe there is evidence to support the theory that fire-bacteria, fire-insects, and even tiny fire-fish were once perhaps populous on the sun’s surface.” In a curiously plausible way, the writers concluded, “there are numerous logistical, moral, and ethical questions to resolve before scientists could even begin to entertain the possibility of putting fire-people on the sun.”

As strange as it may sound, there are serious researchers who think the idea might be more than a joke.

 

The Unseen Source

The “gas model theory” of the sun began with Galileo, who observed it through a relatively primitive telescope. Today, the Yohkoh, SOHO, Trace, RHESSI, Hinode, Stereo, and Geos satellite programs give us new eyes. We know that Galileo was seeing just the photosphere, a liquid-like plasma substance made of neon that covers the outer layer of the sun. Below the photosphere is a denser stratum composed of silicon plasma, which, in turn, surrounds the rocky iron transitional layer. This hard and rigid ferrite surface rotates every 27.3 days. According to researcher Michael Mozina, “Dr. Charles Bruce and a number of other scientists have already demonstrated the electrical nature of the sun’s activities and have put forth solid surface theories of the sun based on predictions that are supported by direct observation.”

Earth has very real, if invisible, connections to the solar center. The sun has its own atmosphere surrounding the photosphere, consisting of the chromosphere and the corona. It ejects solar winds, and the charged ions of its plasma interact with our planet to shape our magnetosphere, under the protection of which life on Earth has developed. There are places where the magnetic field of Earth connects directly to the magnetic field of the sun—more on that shortly. In addition, our very life force, known by some as Chi or Prana, has its origin in the sun. According to Indian lore, “for our planetary system, the sun is the source of Prana. Likewise, in the course of Pranic healing, Prana may be most effectively availed of through the rays of our sun since the highest concentrations of Prana are found in sunlight. Prana is the life of oxygen. However, this life force is more subtle than oxygen. Just as photosynthesis occurs in plants, a bioluminescence occurs in our bodies through the focused absorption of sunlight whereby we inhale and ingest the salubrious rays of the sun through the medulla oblongata…”

Indeed, there has been a modern-day resurgence of the old Egyptian practice of sun gazing.  Practitioners, who generally stare at the sun for anywhere from a couple of minutes to half an hour in the evenings, say it provides nourishment and energy and facilitates physical healing as well as literal enlightenment of the consciousness.

 

The Sons of the Sun

The ancient teachers of mankind were alleged in many accounts to have come from the sun, with the Egyptian sun god Ra the most widely recognized. Today, however, the founders of most religions are regarded as being human. Moses and Jesus, the Buddha, Lao Tze and Confucius, Mohammed and Zoroaster are all considered beings of flesh and blood. Gods from before the second millennium BCE, however, are relegated to the realm of myth. Nobody today discusses the historic personalities of Ra and Osiris, Apollo and Helios, Mithra and Sol Invictus, or the Hindu Surya as being actual human entities. We have decided that they must be allegorical rather than real. One early teacher we do accept as a living historical figure was the Pharaoh Akhenaten, who, in the fourteenth century BCE, initiated sweeping changes to Egypt and founded a mystical tradition that survives to the present day. He introduced monotheism and worship of the Aten, which he equated with the solar deity Ra, but elevated above the status of the previously revered “small-g” gods.

Every subatomic particle and cell in your body, we now realize, had its source in our sun. The material nature of the universe is based on light and photons, while the cosmos has another nonmaterial aspect to it—let’s call it the “celestial nature”—which is the intelligent life-force. The former is the creation of the latter, which bursts into material existence via the stars. In our case that star is Sol, our father sun. This truth was understood by Akhenaten but was not welcomed by his subjects, who, after he died, abandoned the whole concept in favor of the preferred tradition of multiple ‘small-g’ gods. We owe both our physical being and our intangible vital life force to the sun, which explains the unbreakable solar connection, to which many of us are re-awakening. The earth was formed by accretion out of the solar disc and we are made of solar matter. The source of our heat, light, and life is the father sun. Might it be our destiny to return to it?

 

Highway to the Sun

In March of 2015, NASA will launch four spacecraft, called MMS (for Magnetospheric Multi Scale), whose mission will be to find openings to portals connecting the magnetosphere of Earth to that of the sun. NASA knows that these portals exist and has dubbed them X-points, or electron diffusion regions, formed by the connection and disconnection of the two magnetic fields, explosively releasing energy via a process known as a magnetic reconnection. They do not reach all the way to the surface of the earth, but open out tens of thousands of miles away in our magnetosphere, forming an uninterrupted pathway to the sun, 93 million miles away. Is it possible that physical spacecraft could be transported from the sun to a point so close to Earth, in an instant? Many of these X-points are unstable and open up only briefly, while some are sustained in great yawning openings.

Blogger Arjun Walia, on the Collective Evolution website, comments, “It’s funny, because there is a lot of evidence that points toward the sun being a giant stargate for the gods to pass back and forth from other dimensions and universes. […] As far as scientists can determine, these portals aid in the transfer of tons of magnetically charged particles that flow from the sun causing the northern and southern lights and geomagnetic storms.” The MMS craft will be tasked with locating the portal entrances and giving us a three-dimensional view of the whole process.

NASA says these X-Points are part of a fundamental process that occurs throughout the universe.  “By studying reconnection in this local, natural laboratory, MMS helps us understand reconnection elsewhere as well, such as in the atmosphere of the sun and other stars, in the vicinity of black holes and neutron stars, and at the boundary between our solar system’s heliosphere and interstellar space.”  So not only do we have a highway from the earth to the sun but also similarly, they suspect, interstellar portals connecting our star to other stars in the galaxy. Author and researcher Chad Stuemke believes that we are now beginning to see the whole picture of cylindrical wormholes that connect stars to each other, with portals from our sun to Earth and, most interestingly, to certain sites around the planet that act as gateways to these wormholes. The location of these ‘sacred sites’ or vortexes and access to them are the subject of various studies. It is worth considering whether these wormholes might provide passage for UFOs that appear in our skies and also act as highways for nonhuman entities traveling between the sun and Earth.

 

Solar UFOs, ETs and IDs

An online search for stories of UFOs coming from, or hovering around, the sun can provide an overwhelming volume of information. For a beginner, typical examples may be found in the archives of the website, “UFO Sightings Daily.” Recently an astounding number of YouTube videos apparently show unidentified craft around the solar disc. Seldom, though, is the possibility considered that such craft might originate from the sun or that, indeed, life forms could live on the solar surface.

This hasn’t always been the case. In the second century, Lucian of Samosata speculated in his True History about life on the sun and, in 1602, Tommaso Campanella wrote about a utopian solar civilization in The City of the Sun. In 1795, astronomer William Herschel, who discovered Uranus, published his essay, “On the Nature and Construction of the Sun and Fixed Stars,” theorizing that populated societies lived on the lower surface of the sun, surrounded by two layers of clouds. An opaque lower layer shielded the solar inhabitants from the heat and light of the glowing upper layer, thought to be similar to Earth’s aurora. He speculated that dark spots on the sun were openings in its atmosphere and, as it turns out, in 2014 we saw pictures of a large, square black hole near the sun’s ‘south pole.’

Are stories of unidentified mobile objects traveling to and from the sun new, or have they been around for millennia, finally coming to our attention now through modern technology? One notable feature common to many recent online reports is the sheer size of the observed craft—ranging from 70 miles in diameter to the width of Earth. To put this in perspective, a hollow sun could accommodate 960,000 spherical Earths. If the Earths were squashed allowing no wasted space, then 1,300,000 would fit. Is it possible that the Planet X postulated by the late Zechariah Sitchin could emerge from the sun itself at regular intervals, and then return to it? While many researchers and writers such as Sitchin, Eric Von Daniken, and Giorgio A. Tsoukalos prefer to focus on the hypothesis that ‘aliens’ must be flesh-and-blood beings, a more insightful approach, it would seem, would be to consider other-worldly life-forms as inter-dimensional—ID rather than ET. The term ID would designate any discarnate being whose energy field vibrates at a different frequency from our own physical bodies, and it would not exclude spirits, elementals, or angels. In fact, descriptions of angels by witnesses throughout history are quite often compatible with the terms fire-body or light-body.

 

A Magnetic Re-Connection

Since prehistoric times humankind has built monuments aligned to the movement of the sun, while religions worldwide have believed, at their foundation and core, in many beings who descended from it—notably, Ra, Aten, Sol, Helios, Perseus, Mithra, Surya, Ri Gong Tai Yang Xing Jun and Amaterasu. Plato wrote in Laws, “The sun’s body can be seen by any man, but his soul by no man.” Author David Fideler points out, “One thing we know for certain is that, in the Pythagorean and Platonic schools of Hellenistic Alexandria, the sun came to be regarded as the doorway linking together the sensible and intelligible spheres, the material and spiritual orders of existence.” When Constantine installed Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire in the fourth century, he incorporated much of Mithraism’s ritual into it, virtually making Jesus the ‘Son of the Sun.’ One of the seven Mithraic degrees aspired to was ‘Heliodromus the Sun-Runner.’

Solar archetypes appear central to our collective psyche. Worldwide historical legends attest to heliacal origins. Our physical bodies, like all matter in our solar system, are from the one source—the sun. Do our ethereal bodies have their source in the spiritual sun? Universal mythology, some argue, suggests that humans are the result of otherworldly beings genetically modifying primitive hominids and then breeding with them, followed by the fall of Homo sapiens who later regressed and interbred with unmodified Cro-Magnons. The memory of this fall is embedded, many believe, in the very DNA of modern Homo sapiens, and its product may be the sprouting of many New Age religions offering the remedy of ascension.

Obviously, even if we manage to locate the earthly vortex openings to the solar highways, we cannot return to the sun in our current physical bodies. Could creators from a heliacal source be reaching out to us now as they have done before? The promise offered by mystics throughout the ages has been an avoidance of endless rebirth—by being born anew, to overcome death before dying. NASA may know secrets of outer space, but we must learn the secrets of developing our luminous solar bodies. Could the method be learned from our sun-centered teachers? Our first small step on the sun will certainly be one giant leap for mankind.

 

Paul V. Young is a freelance journalist based in Melbourne, Australia.

By Paul V. Young