Electric Sun – mechanics


So far we have come to the reasonable conclusion that there are holes near both poles, with quite a bit of evidence for one in the north pole. The magnetic flow through these holes is the “only movement source in town” and so it is very likely the mechanism behind the Sun’s tilt, its movement up and down, its precession (rotation around the central axis of the Earth cavity) and its power.

Earth cavity’s H-field
Primer fields, meteoroids and the Sun
Sun’s induction
Lenz’s law and Sun tilt
December orbs
Sun’s plasmasphere rotation

Earth cavity’s H-field

The video showing the north pole hole sucking water/air/aether into it denotes this hole as a magnetic south as the magnetic field is supposed to go out of the north pole and into the south according to school-level magnetic theory. We have the Smokey God survivor coming back through the south pole hole into the Earth denoting this pole as the magnetic north.

This is further verified by the holes’ spin. The north pole hole has shown to be spinning clockwise in the video. But when changing our perspective by looking at the Earth from the side, the north pole hole is now upside down and so the orientation is reversed – the spin is now anti-clockwise. If we look at the science of magnetohydrodynamics we see that an anticlockwise spinning south pole is the bottom end of a “bar magnet”. Magnetohydrodynamics is when an electric current is added to a magnet (a touching wire), a helix is seen over the entire face which rotates in the same direction for both poles (and then in the opposite direction when the magnet is upside down). This direction is anti-clockwise when the north pole is face up, and clockwise when the south pole is facing upwards. It is a “built-in” phenomenon, as even electric current isn’t needed.

north pole magnetic spin part2
(Click to animate). When an electric current is applied to a magnet with its north pole side facing up, the magnetic helix spins counter-clockwise around the entire magnet.
B and W magnet vortex
(Click to animate). This phenomenon does not need electricity, as seen above when two back-to-back magnets are brought in the vicinity of a black and white television.

Here is more evidence of this, demonstrated by Ken L. Wheeler (Theoria Apophasis); although he doesn’t clarify which colour is which pole.

magnetic spin
(Click to animate). The green (south) pole face of the tiny magnet rotates clockwise off the bismuth. The black (north) pole face rotates anti-clockwise.

The only conclusion to make is that the north pole hole is like the end of a “bar magnet” with its magnetic south pole sticking out the hole. The Smokey God survivor coming out of the south pole hole denotes that this is the magnetic north. Also, the Sun rotates East to West or anti-clockwise when viewed from the side, which likely means the hole at the south pole is also spinning anti-clockwise (when viewed from the side) like its geographic north pole counterpart. This puts a “bar magnet” below the south pole hole with its magnetic north pole flowing out upwards into the Earth cavity. Logically then, the Earth cavity is the space between two “bar magnets” which are attracting each other. This is called the magnetic H-field.

The Earth cavity’s magnetic field is created by “magnets” at either end of the pole holes.
The magnetic H-field is the field between two opposite poles or charges.

This attraction creates a globe, demonstrated by iron filings.

Notice that the iron filings between two attracting magnets create a “globe”.
The globe is even more pronounced in this image using another technique.

The fact that the geographic north pole is magnetic south and vice verse for the south pole is already well-known and doesn’t require the north pole hole video or The Smokey God testimony as evidence.

For historical reasons, the “end” of a magnet that points (roughly) north is itself called the “north pole” of the magnet, and the other end, pointing south, is called the magnet’s “south pole”. Because opposite poles attract, the Earth’s South Magnetic Pole is physically actually a magnetic north pole.


Ordinary compasses not only prove the Earth’s magnetic field polarity, but also its permanence. Compasses don’t show the north pole to suddenly switch to magnetic north and then back to south every few months. The last geomagnetic reversal was during the last glacial period, aka the last cycle, and may well be responsible for the great earth upheavals told in various creation myths from indigenous cultures. Whether these reversals are part of a natural magnetic flow cycle or caused by the “gods” is up for interpretation.

This is also supported by the time of year of the video of the north pole hole and the south pole hole emergence of the Smokey God survivor, which seem to have taken place at opposite times of the year. The north pole hole was worked out to be at either 84.4°N or 87.7°N. This is very near the north pole itself, which experiences 6 months of 24-hour darkness either side of December 21st. Strictly speaking, for some of that 6-month time period it isn’t absolute darkness, as the Sun can illuminate the sky up to 18° below the horizon. We can safely say that at least 5 months either side of December 21st – mid-October to mid-March – this latitude experiences twilight or complete darkness. Therefore the video must have been filmed outside of these 5 months, probably in the summer when the weather is best.

The Smokey God survivor emerged from the south pole hole some time between October and December as on page 37, it reads “I found it was Scotch whaler, “The Arlington.” She had cleared from Dundee in September, and started immediately for the Antarctic, in search of whales. It supposedly takes 9 to 10 weeks to sail to Australia from Scotland by boat and Antarctica is nearer than Australia. I’d estimate the time of year to be November.

Earth crust’s magnetic field
Hang on a minute. Aren’t the Earth’s magnetic poles elsewhere? And they move about, albeit very slowly year after year (10 to 40km). These are the magnetic poles of the Earth’s crust which is said to be made of 90% silicates which are 28% silicon). These are normally materials of semi-conductors, not ferrites. However, silicon with a 1% impurity of manganese added can become permanently magnetic.

The research conducted by CNSE Professor Vincent LaBella and Martin Bolduc, CNSE post-doctorate fellow, shows for the first time that silicon can be made “ferromagnetic” or permanently magnetic up to 127 C, well above where conventional devices operate. The researchers achieved this by implanting Mn into silicon up to a concentration of 1% per atom.


The Earth crust’s magnetic field is about 200 times weaker than an ordinary ferrite bar magnet according to this video (at 1min). This may be understandable as strictly speaking, although silicon and silicon oxide on their own aren’t magnetic, there are very minor quantities of magnetite (magnetic iron ore) present in the crust, and other metals; and when silicon is combined with a metal it becomes magnetic.

Perhaps the silicon crust is reacting to the continuously moving magnetic field of the Sun? There are more revealing facts about the Earth cavity’s h-field when comparing new laboratory discoveries of plasma with radar images of asteroids/comets/meteoroids.

Primer fields, meteoroids and the Sun

The iron filing representation of an attracting magnetic field (h-field) is correct in how that field arranges magnetic physical objects (iron filings). However, the accomplished plasma physicist David LaPoint has a new model based on discoveries made with plasma. He claims the actual magnetic field really consists of two back-to back “bowls”. It would at least explain the Bloch wall. He has replicated the model by putting 70,000 volts though two back-to-back specially constructed bowl-shaped magnetic field emitters in a vacuum chamber. The result is a ball of plasma between the two emitters.

bowl magnetic fields
David says two back-to-back bowls are the true representation of the magnetic field.
plasma replication
Replicating this model in practice creates a ball of plasma in the middle of the north and south field when 70,000 volts is applied.

The Earth cavity is held together by an attraction between two poles of a magnet (h-field). Let’s put two of David’s magnets together and see what they look like.

The Earth cavity magnetic field looks like a double torus squashed together in David’s primer field model. Notice the back-to-back cone in the middle.

The flattening between the two toroids looks to be because of their attraction to each other. The result of this flattening also seems to transform the previous cone shape to one more resembling an octahedron if we look at graphics representing Nassim Haramein’s model. His model is a little different as my image above represents a magnetic field of attraction, but the center is the same.

nassim's double torus
Nassim Haramein’s double torus wedged together at 0:37 secs. I don’t know why he has put an extra all-encompassing torus around the two – maybe to demonstrate how magnetic physical objects align themselves with it?
double torus Goa Lobaugh
A flattened double torus illustration by Goa Lobaugh shows the octahedron in the center.

You may be thinking, what is the importance of this extra detail into the magnetic h-field? Below is an accumulation (composite) of all radar images taken of meteoroids between 2002 and 2008 by the Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar (CMOR). The south toroidal field is lacking because CMOR is in the northern hemisphere. (A big thanks to LSC for this information.)

“Most sporadic meteors come from the six sporadic sources, which are radiant concentrations at constant positions in sun-centered coordinates.” Note the back-to-back double torus and the octahedron in the centre.
universe in a nutshell
Hawking’s book shows a representation of the Earth cavity’s magnetic field on the front cover and compares it to a nutshell.

They even call the two sporadic meteoroid sources concentrated nearer the geographic north and south poles as the “South and North Toroidal”; and the two sources near the center as “North and South Apex” – aka the apex (top) of the octahedron. The last two are are called “helion and anti-helion” with concentrations at the ecliptic (or Bloch wall), but only about 30° solar longitude length. These six areas are associated with cometary material with the very top of the south and north toroidal being associated with asteroids; which may be the real reason the best meteorites are found in Antarctica.

No octahedron this time. All these sources are sporadic meteoroids which form comets and/or asteroids.

The four north/south toroidal and apex sources fit the half-double-torus h-field model very well. The helion/anti-helion sources could possibly be explained by the Sun’s magnetic field which points towards the ecliptic in my concave Earth model. Remember the article “is the Sun a light-bulb?” – comets/asteroids and meteoroids are all the same objects (bits of iron/nickel/cobalt alloy) which originate from power surge ejaculations from the Sun. The graph above and below is based on Sun-centered coordinates – “The location of these different sources is described in a Sun-centered coordinate system.” All these objects are centered around the Sun, i.e. the Sun is in the center of the graph.

These meteoroid concentrations are said to orbit, with each source orbiting at different speeds and having narrower or wider orbital paths and angles. The north toroidal has some very steep inclinations (angles); for example three of the concentrations in the north toroidal source incline at 78° (90° is vertical, 0° is horizontal).

meteoroid speed and inclination
Eccentricity means how far the orbital path is away from the center. Inclination is the orbital angle. Semi-major axis is the shorter diameter of the elliptical orbit. Note the very steep inclinations for the north toroidal sources.

Why is this? Because the meteoroids are following the top half of the south magnetic (geographic north) pole vortex into the north pole hole which gets narrower and steeper like water down a plug hole. The closer to the elliptic plane, the more horizontal is the orbiting angle; so the helion and anti-helion cluster would orbit near horizontal (0°).

ellipse vortex
An elliptical orbit occurs in a diagonal cross-section of a cone.
Look at the drain lines inside this vortex. They are very steep nearer to the drain. The north toroidal orbital path is no different.

Interestingly, these concentrations don’t change from year to year, but the clusters migrate during the year, i.e. there are seasonal changes only.

…the number of toroidal orbits changes little from year to year, implying that there were no major losses of data in any year, and that the activity of the north toroidal source is not highly variable from one year to the next.

It is more interesting to look at how the radiant distribution of the north toroidal source changes with season. The position and number of radiants in the north toroidal source varies with time. The first peak in north toroidal rates (from 0 to 70 degrees solar longitude, which covers the end of March to the end of May) consists of four separate radiant concentrations. The concentration marked A in Fig. 4 we have called the Helion arc, since it moves down in latitude and over in longitude toward the helion source over time. It is strongest between 20 and 30 degrees solar longitude, and moves toward the helion source as it fades. It disappears into the background somewhere around 90 degrees solar longitude. This radiant concentration is not associated with any known shower.


Seasonal changes prove that neither the toroid, nor the octahedron is an actual solid permanent object; rather it is just the shape of the magnetic field in the cavity which influences the shape and position of the meteoroid clusters. As we can see below, for a part of the year, the south apex (pyramid) meteoroid cluster wasn’t detected by radar at all.

seasonal changes sporadic meteoroids 1
The south apex cluster is missing or in the process of going missing for 3 months of the first half of the year.
seasonal changes sporadic meteoroids 2
The south apex cluster is missing or in the process of going missing for the last 3 months of the second half of the year.

In CEM, these seasonal changes can only point to the Sun as the cause. Why is the south apex appearing and then disappearing? Notice it is missing or in the process of going missing for 6 consecutive months. This is because the Sun has moved up (or down) in these 6 months which “pushes” these meteoroids elsewhere (or attracts them to that spot). The north apex is more prevalent because the observatory was in the northern hemisphere and/or the geographic north pole magnetic field is slightly weaker than its southern counterpart (see 8 days of the winter solstice compared to 3 days of the summer one later in the article).

Lastly, you may be asking what the orbital mechanism is. I don’t know. The meteoroids aren’t magnetic like iron filings because they are white hot due to them being a Sun ejection and the thermosphere being at least 1500 °C. This temperature is way above the curie point of iron. If anything, they are more akin to plasma.

So why is the cavity’s magnetic H-field relevant at all? This magnetic field is half the reason for the Sun’s power.

Sun’s induction

If a conductor is sitting next to the strongest magnet in the world, no current will flow through the conductor. (Strictly speaking, not exactly true as micro currents can light up LED lights if a circuit is in contact with a strong magnet). Current generation needs a variation over time in the magnetic field, not just the magnetic field itself. This is Faraday’s law of induction:

The induced electromotive force in any closed circuit is equal to the negative of the time rate of change of the magnetic flux enclosed by the circuit.


Electric generators use movement to create this change of the magnetic flux. Either a magnet is moving in the vicinity of the wire (conductor) or the other way round.

Electric generators use movement to create a change in the magnetic flux. “When the coil is rotated, an alternating voltage is produced at the output”.

Of course, movement isn’t the only way to create this variation over time (modern electrical engineers faint in shock). You could use resistors to continually weaken and strengthen primary electromagnets to create a current in the secondary coil, which was Clemente Figuera‘s method of choice. In 1902 this electrical engineer from the Canary islands used a cylinder with rotating brushes to create the variable resistance between two primaries of opposite polarity, and was said to provide 20 horsepower indefinitely. A modern version has been set up to see if it could work, with some success. There is also a simple explanation on YouTube of his later 1908 patent using electromagnets of the same polarity instead (repulsion).

The Sun gets its change over time in the Earth’s H-field from movement, so it is much more traditional in that sense. Therefore, strictly speaking, it is not the holes near the poles and their H-field which powers the Sun alone – movement is needed, and supplied. That looks to be how the Sun is powered. So does this electric current induction have an effect on the Sun’s movement inside the Earth cavity?

Lenz’s law and Sun tilt

Let’s start with the Spring equinox in March. The Sun is perfectly perpendicular to the H-field with its face pointing at the equator. It is on its way downwards on the vertical axis from the December solstice position, and it is just beginning to tilt upwards. As the Sun moves downwards, it is getting closer to the geographic south pole hole, which is magnetic north. The Sun is being inducted as it moves downwards which creates a resistance to this magnetic north pole. Why? Because of Lenz’s law:

An electric current induced by a changing magnetic field will flow such that it will create its own magnetic field that opposes the magnetic field that created it.


1. Lenz’s law applies to a typical transformer. Electric current flowing through one coil creates an electric current in the other. An opposing magnetic field is created in the secondary which resists the primary magnetic field and causes heat. This opposing magnetic field is said to be created by swirling eddy currents.
copper coil lenz law
2. (Click to animate). A coil of wire in a circuit slows down when moving around a permanent magnet due to Lenz’s law (eddy currents).
copper pipe lenz law
3. (Click to animate). The same effect is seen in reverse with a greatly slowed magnet dropped down the conducting copper tube.
metallic disk lenz law
4. (Click to animate). A metallic disk held over an electromagnet creates the same opposing magnetic polarity on the side facing the magnet and is thrown into the air.

The fourth example of Lenz’ law above, applies to the Sun disk perfectly – When a metal disk moves closer to the magnetic north of an external magnetic field, the side of the disk facing the external field’s magnetic north also becomes magnetic north. The other side becomes magnetic south. This creates the resistance to the magnetic north of the external field.

Obviously Lenz’s law can only apply to metals whose magnetic field can easily be induced (changed). A permanent magnet is no good. The more magnetically “soft” the material is, the easier it can be induced. The softer the material, the more it can be “coerced”. Iron is a soft ferrite. Its magnetic field can be easily induced. It has a magnetic coercivity of 2 oersteds. Due to the composition of meteorites, the Sun has been theorized to be made of an iron/nickel alloy with a smidgen of cobalt thrown in, i.e. Invar (36% nickel, 0.5% cobalt) or perhaps Inovco or even a 42-45% nickel alloy which also has a low thermal expansion. All iron-nickel alloys, or permalloys (30 to 80% nickel content), are soft magnets. For example a 45% nickel alloy has a magnetic coercivity of only 0.05 oersteds! They are also highly permeable (high magnetic field strength) with the low nickel content alloys (40% nickel) having the highest permeability (strength) of all soft ferrites.

This means that the Sun disk has no magnetic loyalty whatsoever and is induced by whatever external magnetic field is stronger. Therefore, according to Lenz’s law, as the Sun moves closer to the Earth’s magnetic north from March 20th to June 21st, the back of the Sun becomes magnetic north and the face magnetic south. The further it moves downwards and tilts upwards, the closer it gets to the geographic south pole hole, which enhances the Sun’s magnetic field further and therefore its resistance.

Lenz’s law causes the Sun to flip back upwards as it precesses.

The back of the Sun eventually resists the magnetic north pole enough to be pushed back upwards. The front of the Sun is magnetic south which resists the magnetic south pole, whereby the back of the Sun is obviously resistant to the magnetic north pole. The Sun therefore flips or rights itself as well as moving upwards. By September it has righted itself so much that it is now perpendicular to the equator.

Moving from September 20th to December 21st, the Sun is still traveling upwards, but meets more resistance. The back of the Sun is also still tilting away from the magnetic north pole, but both the vertical movement upwards and the Sun’s tilt start to slow down. This is because the Sun is now getting closer to the magnetic south pole causing the back of the Sun to become magnetic south.

Lenz’s law causes the Sun to flip back downwards as it precesses.

The back of the Sun eventually resists the magnetic south pole enough to be pushed back downwards from around December 21st to March 20th. Again, because the back of the Sun is magnetic south it continues to resist the magnetic south pole and begins to tilt back to an upright position on March 20th. The cycle is now complete.

Rate of Sun angle change
The mechanism of the Sun’s tilt is supported by the rate of difference in the noon Sun angle throughout the year. The rate of change is very slow at the solstices and fast at the equinoxes. This is because the solstices are the areas in the Earth cavity which offer the resistance and change the direction of the Sun.

Pontianak at the equator on March 20/21st 2013, the Sun at noon difference between the two dates is 0.2°, but the days either side have a 0.4° difference per day.
On September 20/21st 2013, the difference is also 0.4° per day around those dates.
Pontianak at the equator, December 2013 – The rate of change of the Sun’s angle in the sky at noon around December 21st is very low (non-existent to one decimal place).
The same principle applies to June.

We can see that around June 21st 2013 the angle to one decimal place doesn’t change for 3 days (66.5°). Around December 21st 2013, the angle doesn’t change for 8 days (66.6°). The December Sun taking longer to reverse its direction suggests that the north pole magnetic field at the geographic south pole is slightly stronger than its opposite polarity at the geographic north pole. This extra strength should tilt the Sun a fraction more at the December solstice causing it to spin at a touch wider angle and therefore perhaps cause it to precess a touch slower than June – 17 seconds slower in fact. The Sun should also have more force pushing it upwards towards the geographic north pole, making the Sun at the September equinox slightly quicker than March and therefore speed up its precession – 3 seconds faster it seems.

Funnily enough, December is the month of the year when the orbs in the sky seem to be the brightest and generally the largest size. Could there be a connection between this fact and the extra magnetic resistance on December 21st? Maybe, or maybe not. Let’s have a look at December and the visibility of the orbs in the sky.

December orbs

The Sun
The apparent size of the Sun in the sky varies throughout the year by 0.02°. At the latter half of December and beginning of January it is the largest at 0.54°, around the equinoxes it is 0.53°, and the latter half of June and first half of July it is the smallest size at 0.52°. More detailed measurements can be found here in minutes and seconds (not decimal). This observation is made in both the northern and southern hemisphere as photographers show us below.

sun size
Tom Harradine captures the smallest and largest size of the Sun in one year from Brisbane, Australia, which of course is in the southern hemisphere.
These two shots were taken in Athens, Greece by Anthony Ayiomamitis in 2005

This observation is not dependent on location, only the time of the year.

Stars, moon and planets
Stars are brighter in winter (northern hemisphere). The official reasons given are twofold: firstly that the warmer hazy weather in summer dampens visibility. And yet one New Zealand astronomy website states “Summer brings clear skies and warm air, great conditions for stargazing.” and another New Zealand site even says “Stargazing is a year round activity but New Zealand’s summer months and autumn (December to April) are when skies are clearest.” Therefore there is no hazy weather in the summer evenings of the southern hemisphere which is why summer (December onwards) is when the stars are clearest over New Zealand.

This leads to their second official reason that it is the higher number of visible stars in the sky around June compared to December which also creates the hazy effect:

And that’s why, while the combined light of so many distant stars visible on June, July and August evenings gives the sky a hazy quality, the evening sky in December, January and February looks clearer and sharper.


The whole “too many stars whitewashing my view” theory sounds very dodgy to me, especially as the moon and other planets are also very bright during December. An American asked the question “Why Does the Full Moon Seem Brighter in Winter? “(link is now dead). Is the moon in summer dimmed because of nearby stars? Hardly. In fact, the brightest “star” next to the moon is Jupiter and that occurs in December as Don Sarty has noticed. Jupiter’s clockwise rotation around the moon is unique to that month and is a brilliant fixture in December. Even Mars is at its brightest in late December around Christmas.

The moon is not only brighter, but bigger during winter, just like the Sun.

moon bigger winter
This lady claims the moon looks bigger in winter because of an optical illusion. OK missus, if you say so.

Or… maybe the electrical field of the Earth cavity is a touch stronger around December than June; or maybe not. It’s guesswork at this stage. It is certainly very suspicious that the sky orbs are bright and/or bigger in December in tandem.

There is another fact about the Sun that is more easily explained with concave Earth theory, and that is the varied angle of sunspot (plasmasphere) rotation throughout the year.

Sun’s plasmasphere rotation

(Source: Our Sun By Tony Broxton). The Sun’s plasmasphere (electric field) is supposed to rotate due to the loose pattern of observed sunspots over four centuries (page 58). How they did this four centuries ago I am not sure, as to see sunspots you usually need a filter which blocks all wavelengths of light except one extreme narrow bandwidth, such as the h-Alpha Solar filter centering on the 656.281 nanometer wavelength of light. Apparently, to see sunspots with the naked eye is very rare. Also, these observations are not an exact science but a “statistical significant precision” (page 65). However, taken at face value, the observations show three patterns:

Firstly, the sunspots and sunspot groupings always appear to move East to West (counter-clockwise rotation), which is the same direction the Sun rotates around the center of the Earth cavity (page 59). Secondly, this speed is fastest at the Sun’s equator and slowest at its poles, which sounds very vortexian. The fastest speed takes 26.24° sidereal days (a sidereal day is 4 minutes short of 24 hours) to move fully across the Sun’s face and theoretically around its backside to make a full 360° rotation back to the starting point again. The sunspots at the poles were calculated to take 36 days, but not observed, because there are few sunspots above 40° latitude, which by the way points to the electrode and filament being centrally located (page 61). Thirdly, and most importantly, the sunspots were observed to rotate upwards and then downwards by 26.28° (another website says +/-26.31°) throughout the year as seen below:

sunspot progression during a full year
Observed sunspot direction throughout the year.

The sunspots move to its maximum of 26.28° upwards in October and then downwards in April. It is a straight 0° in January and July (page 61). These are the months immediately after the solstices and equinoxes. Just before July, the Sun’s magnetic field is repelling the magnetic north pole, with the actual Sun moving neither up nor down – thus making the Sunspot traversal “flat”. Just before October, the Sun is moving upwards at its fastest speed, thereby so too is its plasmasphere which also is pointing upwards. The reverse of course is true for January and April with the Sun traveling downwards. Just before January, the Sun’s magnetic field is at its maximum repulsion from the magnetic south pole, with the actual Sun “hovering” on the vertical axis – thus the plasmasphere rotates neither up nor down. Just before April, the Sun is moving downwards and so too are the sunspots. The cycle is now complete. There seems to be a couple of weeks delay for the sunspots to catch up with the physical movement of the actual Sun for reasons unknown.

Sunspot tilt?
The sunspots are also supposed to tilt 7.25° away from the observer in March and 7.25° towards us in September (page 60). However, it isn’t 100% clear to me if this is an observed phenomenon or a heliocentric fudge. Were the sunspots seen to move a little faster further below the equator in September making the observer suppose that the plasmasphere had tilted? On page 60 of the book Our Sun, the author writes:

The Sun tilts away from us in March when the displacement in the alignment of the Sun’s equator, B0, reaches the -7.25° maximum. The Sun’s lines of latitude therefore are all displaced upwards by this angle. The opposite occurs in December when the Sun is titled towards us. In June and December, the Sun’s equator is normal to that of the Earth and B0 is zero. However, as can be seen, the Sun’s polar axis still cants to the West in June and to the East in December. we have seen from the previous chapter that the Earth has a 23.5° tilt in its pole of rotation relative to the place of the ecliptic, which is responsible for our seasons. Now, these two axial tilts, taken in combination, result in the previously mentioned maximum observed axial swing of 26.28°.


It looks like the 7.25° plasmasphere tilt hasn’t been observed at all. It only “exists” because they have assumed the Earth tilts in their heliocentric model. Because the sunspots aren’t 100% “straight” on the solstices and the Earth is “straight” across the ecliptic in relation to the Sun at this time, they have added the required amount of tilt to the Sun to make up the difference. Nice. Yet another fudge in a long list for the heliocentric model. In fact, that entire model itself is a pure supposition. In our concave Earth model, this plasmasphere tilt does not exist.


  • The video of the hole near the north pole shows it to be absorbing air/water/current and spinning clockwise. When viewing the Earth cavity from the side, this spin in anti-clockwise. This denotes the north pole hole to be the magnetic south of an abstract “bar magnet” sticking up out of the hole.
  • The Smokey God survivor emerging from the south pole hole and the Sun to be spinning anti-clockwise, denotes this hole to be magnetic north.
  • The mainstream already say that the Earth’s geographic north pole is the magnetic south, and the geographic south pole is the magnetic north.
  • This field is the attraction between two magnets, also known as an H-field, or an electric field.
  • It has also not reversed itself in modern history and so is permanent, at least within our timescale.
  • The official magnetic poles are speculatively theorized to be just the very weak magnetic alignment of the silicon/metallic crust, perhaps as it reacts to the varied tilt of the sun’s electric field.
  • Both plasma physicist David David LaPoint and theoretician Nassim Haramein’s magnetic model consists of two toroids (or bowls) squashed together. An attracting magnetic field uses the bottom half of these toroids.
  • This shape is the exact same geometry as to the location of meteoroid clusters positioned around the Sun. These clusters stay the same from year to year, but change seasonally. In CEM, the seasonal variation is due to the Sun, which also explains the 6 consecutive months of the disappearing and appearing south apex cluster.
  • The steep inclinations of the north toroidal cluster’s orbital path also support the double vortex (torus) magnetic field theory as this cluster is very near the north pole hole.
  • The Sun seems to obtain its electrical power from its movement within this H-field – Faraday’s law of induction.
  • The Sun is made of a low iron/nickel alloy which is highly magnetic and extremely soft, i.e. can be very easily induced.
  • The Sun’s tilt and vertical movement are explained by magnetically induced resistance, or Lenz’s law. The Sun’s magnetic alignment resists that magnetic pole of the Earth to which it is nearest, thereby causing it to oscillate and tilt up and down.
  • This acceleration and slow down around the vertical directional change agrees with the rate of change of the angle of the noon Sun in the sky throughout the year.
  • The Sun, Mars, Jupiter, moon, and stars are all bigger and/or brighter in December in both hemispheres suggesting that the cause of this phenomenon encompasses the entire electromagnetic Earth cavity.
  • The Sun’s vertical movement explains the 26.28° up/down angle of rotation of sunspots throughout the year.
  • The Sun’s apparent 7.25° tilt away/towards the observer is a heliocentric fudge and does not exist in a concave Earth.

Despite this model of the Sun in the concave Earth agreeing with the mathematics and being supported by solid electrical engineering principles, it is not necessarily the truth. There could be another model which does the same, or one which requires the future invention of supporting engineering devices. Nevertheless, this model is a strong contender and worth some serious consideration.

The mechanism of the Sun as an electric device has been dealt with to the best of my ability. Now let’s look at some of these effects, namely, the Van Allen Belts, atmospheric charge, and gravity.

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10 Responses to Electric Sun – mechanics

  1. Wild HereticWild Heretic says:

    Guys, I’ve added a large section to the Sun mechanics article. Big thanks to LSC for this one.


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  2. Cornel says:

    You might enjoy this: Electric interpretation of the Egyptian hieroglyphs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzkmFTG7nyc

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  3. RbM says:

    Did you know that in ancient days the planets lined up in a straight line in front of Saturn…


    This video series just being posted was eagerly awaited and I just viewed the last one.

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