Disk is the true form of the sun. Till now, on this blog, nothing has been said about the true shape of the sun. Many people, of course, are convinced the sun is a fiery sphere. A common, ordinary spherical shape attributable to the sun was silently introduced through a long process lasted centuries. The goal was to develop a heliocentric system. The idea was to forge a universe infinitely extending to legitimate and justify the evolution theory. This way the large majority of mankind went on, unacquainted of being driven away from God. They unconsciously went on worshiping the idol of the globe, this representing the sun. What is worship? When tempting Jesus, Satan was willing to offer him all the kingdom of the world and their glory. What did he ask in return? A single act of worship. So, by recognizing and accepting a falsehood contrary to the truth of God, even unconsciously, one becomes a general idolater.
The disk of the sun
So what is the shape of the sun? I posited the moon is a disk. Also the sun, once, was reputed to be a disk. Think for example to the winged solar disk of the ancient Egyptians.
An inversion of the refraction index in the space immediately under the sun is required. It is necessary if you want everyone all over the Earth to be in the situation of seeing the sun as a disk. I developed this concept when speaking about the moon as a disk.
This phenomenon is made possible thanks to the Van Allen belts. The plasma immediate under the sun, due to the magnetic field of the Earth, bends the light. It has been proved that plasma refracts light. This way we have a situation in which different persons in different places on the Earth, in the same moment, can see the disk of the sun.
A double effect of refraction
In the lower atmosphere, a ray of light gets refracted and the sun appears to be higher than it is. On the contrary, in the space immediately under the sun, plasma acts inversely and the ray of light deviates, so to be perpendicular to the surface of the disk. This way the sun is always seen as a disk because all rays of light are made perpendicular to its surface by the plasma field. Without this double effect of refraction, the sun disk would be seen as an ellipse narrower as the sun goes down. Let’s consider the picture above. The observer B is probably standing under the sun in a zone near the tropic and is observing the sun when this is high in the sky. In this case, the double effect of refraction is not so evident. In fact, the refraction angle is smaller when the sun is higher in the sky. The observer B will see a disk exactly as the observer A.
This refraction effect acts as a lens. It diminishes the perspective effect acting upon the sun as this departs toward the horizon. The sun, as we all know, disappears under the horizon at evening, due to a perspective effect.
The real and the perspective horizon
This being true, many wonder why the sun doesn’t converge to a single point on the horizon, as it usually happens with perspective. Before answering this objection, I have to specify there is a little shrinking of the sun at the departure. The real horizon is always higher than the perspective horizon due to the asperities of the ground or maybe to the waves of the sea. The sun thus disappears before reaching the perspective horizon. Said this, it is clear, however, that the sun doesn’t fully follow the perspective rules while departing.
Watching a teaspoon in the water
This is caused by a double refraction effect, that becomes more and more evident as the angle of the sun diminishes (the sun goes further). Someone could find it difficult to visualize in his mind the lens effect due to refraction. Try, thus, to do an experiment. Take a big transparent glass and fill it with water. Now insert a teaspoon in the water, near to you. Then move the spoon to the other side of the glass.
In the second picture, you can see that a greater thickness of water enlarges the spoon. In the same way, when the sun is further, a thicker layer of air and plasma enlarges the sun. This way the sun doesn’t become a point departing toward the horizon.
The rotation of the sun around its proper axis
We have suggested thus the sphere is the essential shape of an idolatrous, heliocentric system and that there are no scientific reasons for not believing the sun is a disk. The disk is in perfect accordance to the shape of the Earth. However I have now to consider another phenomenon that could generate some doubt: the rotation of the sun on its proper axis.
Thanks to the use of the Doppler effect, by the observation of the motion of the sunspots and, moreover, by measuring the time necessary to do a single turn, scientists have understood the rotation period of the sun.
Sidereal and synodic rotation periods
They have seen that the sidereal period of rotation is corresponding to 25,38 days while the synodic period is of 27,27 days. The synodic period is measured in respect to the Earth, while the sidereal period is measured in respect to the stars. The difference is due to the fact that the speed of the sun around the north axis is lower than the speed of the stars with a sliding of about one degree every day. This way the rotation of the sun seems to be the rotation of a sphere, but could it, instead, be the rotation of a disc around its axis?
We have repeatedly got aware of the fact that, by starting from a wrong basis, mainstream science has often made wrong assertions. We could forward a better analysis by using some of the results we have obtained till now through research.
The Parker theory spiral
You already know in fact that the sun generates, in his rotation, a solar wind. This assumes the form of a spiral according to the theory of Parker. You can observe the picture.
The solar wind exerts its influence on the movement of all the other celestial bodies. They are pushed by the wind of ether. But they are also affected by the oscillating field generated by the sun. The lunar phases, for example, are generated by the ripples of this spiral. It covers or uncovers the moon in respect of the radiation, thus generating the fluorescence.
So, finally, the link between the synodic period of rotation of the sun ( 27,27 days), and the sidereal period of the moon (27,32 days) pops out. The sidereal cycle of the moon is the moon going once down and once up along its cone trajectory. You know, of course, the fact that the moon – exactly like the sun – runs a spiral trajectory over a cone placed between the two tropics. It is clear thus that this Parker spiral influences not only the synodic cycle of the moon (its phases) but also the sidereal cycle. This spiral is clearly generated by the rotation of the sun. It appears finally clear that such a spiral could be generated by a sphere rotating around a very specific unchanging axis, but it is even easier to explain it with a rotating disc.
On this subject, I will return. I’ll try to analyze the influence of this wind on the planets.