Those who've been following my works, and in particular, The Philosophers' Stone and Nazi International, and most recently, The Grid of the Gods, know that I have been pointing out that there are scientists - beginning with Richter and others in Nazi Germany and continuing with Nikolai Kozyrev in the Soviet Union - who had and have problems with the standard thermonuclear fusion theory of stellar energy. While this is not the place to recapitulate in detail their theories, we may basically boil them down to the problem that stars appear to be emitting more energy - and of the "wrong sort" - for standard thermonuclear models of the "chained hydrogen bomb" model to account for all of it. In the alternative theories that began to be proposed and investigated by Richter and then much more carefully by Kozyrev, electromagnetism and rotation itself played a crucial role in gating energy into the reactions.

I was greatly intrigued, therefore, when I ran across the following article:

Vast Solar Eruption Shocks NASA and Raises Doubts on Sun Theory Read more at Suite101: Vast Solar Eruption Shocks NASA and Raises Doubts on Sun Theory |

I was intrigued, for one, because this article is a quiet, but simultaneously, a shocking admission that maybe that standard "chained hydrogen bomb" model of stellar energy isn't the whole picture. The part of this article that leaped out at me was this interesting quotation: "The astrophysics establishment has long shunned the idea of the sun having any such iron core. But this momentous event is consistent with the theory that there is a tiny dense neutron core the size of a city powered by neutron repulsion. Professor Manuel believes there is a super-conducting iron-rich shell the size of a moon or small planet surrounding the neutron core." Note what we have: a superdense neutron core surrounded by superconducting essence, a rotating self-contained magnetic field that under these conditions may be generating torsion effects (ala the model pursued by Drs. Kozyrev and Richter), and that may also be viewed - to put it extremely simplistically - as a kind of electro-magnetic plasma "circuit" with its own resonances (again, in the model pursued by Dr. Richter).

Once we reach that realization, then the "electric universe" or "plasma cosmology" models championed by Drs. Hannes Alfven, Anthony Perrat and others takes on new significance, for one can begin, like Tesla, to view the stars themselves as the promethean fire of the gods to be quite literally chained to the rocks of planets by terrestrial technologies that can tune into them, as source and load... and that is a scary prospect....

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos anthony toledo on October 21, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    If this is true can intersellar let alone interplanetary is now possible and what this this mean about the lifespan of the Sun.

  2. keehotee on October 20, 2011 at 1:37 am

    Listening to interview on Red Ice Creations – I believe y’all need to become familiar with electric universe/plasma cosmology theory.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on October 20, 2011 at 10:11 am

      OK…here’s a tip…#(1) Read ALL my books, I cannot POSSIBLY cram everything into one show…I am aware of the plasma cosmology/electric universe theory, as I wrote about it in my THE COSMIC WAR in 2006, which leads to #(2)…do not assume that just because I do not talk about it, that I do not know about it.

      • keehotee on October 21, 2011 at 12:44 pm

        Right on Doc – thanks for the reply. I will try a book.

  3. Thomas Marz on June 16, 2011 at 9:00 am

    This all must all play into Time itself wouldn’t you say?

  4. Concerned Friend on June 16, 2011 at 5:43 am

    “Scientists suspected that the magnetic rope, if it indeed existed, was the phenomenon that powered the eruption. A magnetic rope contains many magnetic field lines wrapping around a center axis and possibly twisting around each other. Because of the twisting, a strong electric current can be carried by the magnetic rope. Theoretically, the electric current could produce a sufficient electro-magnetic force to overcome the overlying constraining force from other field lines and power the magnetic rope to move outward.”

    Sounds suspiciously like torsion…

  5. Jon Norris on June 14, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    I wonder if the sun itself could be artificial? Given that pulsars seem to be, it isn’t much of a step to move one to a regular sun like ours….

  6. Tartarus on June 14, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    There’s quite possibly more to our sun, and stars in general, than is generally thought.

    Btw, concerning alternatives to the standard thermonuclear fusion theory, have you ever heard of the Italian physicist Renzo Boscoli?

    Boscoli realised that there were a number of problems with the standard model. The sun’s corona, which extends into space, is actually a lot hotter (1 million degrees Kelvin) than the sun’s surface (5800 degrees Kelvin), yet the standard model assumes it gets hotter the deeper in you go.
    If the sun’s gases really were compressed, as the standard model assumes, they would expand so much that gravity would be unable to hold the sun together, and it would dissipate into space.
    The standard model also fails to explain why the sun’s surface rotates faster at the equator than at the higher latitudes and why Mercury has such a strangely perturbed motion.

    Boscoli therefore came up with, and published details for, a theory that did account for all the observed factors. In his theory he said that the sun’s core is in fact a ball of ice where not hot fusion, but instead cold fusion reactions are occuring.

  7. James on June 14, 2011 at 8:18 am

    The reality of how this works cannot remain below radar forever.
    Timing is everything, this timing is intriguing.

  8. Robert Barricklow on June 14, 2011 at 7:49 am

    Gives new meaning to:
    Don’t play with me, cause your playing with FIRE!

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