(1) During the explosion of the gases part of the atmosphere of a planetstar, firstly comes the illumination of this celestial body and the turmoil of the established order of its satellites, then the propulsion in the space of the atmospheric rest which is the last point we are going to examine. These three consecutive phenomena occur in the expansion of the electromagnetic set of the new star, which is called nova.
(2) The gigantic fractures (faults) that we find on Mars or on the Moon, as well as on the terrestrial crust, testify of the shocks produced during the movement of planets. But these movements were made during that an immense cloud of vapor went into space, coming from the part of the Sun's atmosphere which wasn't disintegrated. Although very spread and distant from today's Sun, this cloud gradually took the form of a crown which still exists today. It could be sighted by a distant observer, as ourselves can observe similar crowns which surround in the same manner the new stars. Any recent star is indeed surrounded by a similar crown, and they are numerous in the sky. Therefore when contemplating a circular cloud around a star, it is necessary to refrain from saying that this star is dying, on the contrary in fact it's its birth. Do not confuse, as do scientists, what disappears with what appears...
(3) Water is a body always produced in the gaseous state, which passes to liquid state then to solid state by a temperature drop, and which performs the reverse cycle by temperature increase. We are going to see that the plentiful water on Earth results from the solar crown. This water doesn't infiltrate into the depths, because the internal heat of the Earth repel the water to the ground surface. And it completes its cycle by continuously changing states, because the Earth is in the only region of the sky where the temperature of the Sun is neither too high nor too low for that. In the region of the planet Mars for example, or even farther into space, it is too cold for the water to remain liquid; and in the region of Venus, or closer to the Sun, it is too hot this time. Water can thus be liquid only on Earth and be maintained on surface tanks to the internal heat of Earth. Therefore, among all the celestial bodies of solar family, only the Earth offers due to its temperature and its position in the sky, the favorable conditions for the manifestation of life.
(4) Below its point of glaciation, the water remains solid; above, it liquefies and evaporates. The vapor cannot be seen, because it is primarily gas. When heating water in a bowl, it changes into gases. And these gases rise and condense immediately because of the sudden change in temperature. It is this condensation which immediately causes the fog visible outside of the container. For example, when we see some fog in winter on the water surface, while the air temperature is very low, it's because the gases coming back up from the water condense immediately. The clouds are thus the visible part of the condensation of atmospheric gases.
(5) The study of Jupiter showed us that it isn't the star but the planet which prepares to shine which produces water in abundance in the ages. Indeed, any active planet produces water by the heat resulting from the effect of electric resistance which transforms the matter of the core and the coat into gas. These gases exit to the surface, form the atmosphere which condenses by temperature change. Thus, gradually, the active planet produces water. This means that, save the stars, all celestial bodies, even satellites, do possess some more or less in their coat. The water thus exists everywhere in the Galaxy: on the celestial bodies where it is produced or captured, and in space where it is partially propelled by the breath of atmospheric explosions.
(6) When Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune were satellites of the Sun still planet, they already had an atmosphere which contained water, but much less than today. Indeed, their giant atmosphere of today also results from the large quantity of liquid that the solar nebula brought onto them. There is thus water produced by an active planet (which is warm), and the water that it receives from the solar nebula when this one passes on its.
(7) The atmospheric explosion, center of all phenomena, provokes the formation of an immense cloud of gas, which initially has the approximate shape of a globe. But, by the rotation of the star on its axis leading its magnetosphere in the same direction, this cloud flattens slowly by the centrifugal force and slowly takes the shape of a crown. When these gases are still close to the star which lights up, they cannot be seen, because gases cannot be seen. However, when going away, they condense at a lower temperature and this time forming a visible cloud of fog which, for a distant observer, must reduce the brilliancy of this new star which shines in the center. Farther in space, all gases of this cloud crystallize. This time, we are dealing with a nebula entirely made out of ice crystals moving away from the star. Illuminated by this last one, they are visible from afar.
(8) These gases are thus moving away from the Sun, by changing state, shape, aspect and speed; for the force which propels them declines gradually and eventually disappear in the confines. This means that the nebula gradually decelerates its course and eventually stabilized. Then the crystals are dispersed, by giving to this crown the aspect of a shapeless cloud.
(9) This diagram illustrates the evolution of the nebula along the centuries, and its inevitable passage over all planets of the new shining star in the center. Although still of a circular shape, the nebula is now at the end in its greatest dimension. It will probably spread out a little more, and then will faint in space where it will enrich the abundant and formless clouds of the Galaxy. The water is thus found in space and goes from world to world...
(10) It is certain that if one was as big as the Galaxy, he would see the progress of this nebula passing just as fast as a cloud that passes in the sky, because it is always a matter of proportions with the dimensions. According to human measures, the time that the cloud takes to reach its greater dimensions is very long. But whatever is the exact time, this cloud necessarily exists around the stars and around the Sun that is still a nova in the sky.
(11) At the beginning of its formation and for some times, the nebula doesn't yet encounter the planets, because the distance which separates it from the first of them is very great and even greater because the nearest planets have already left in the distant, driven away by the vibrations (the waves) resulting from the explosion. So we must wait more long time so that it meets the first planet, and wait even longer to reach the one further away.
(12) Because they are metallic and magnetized spheres, offering a great inertia, the planets struck or propelled very far by the breath of the explosion can't escape the magnetospheric action of the new star, unlike the crystals which, them, go away in the space without being able to return. Regardless of this, we understand that the quantity of water that each planet receives is at once proportional to the magnitude of the magnetosphere of these planets, to the duration of their evolution within the nebula, and to the distance of the star where their meeting takes place. Because closer it is to the star, more dense is the nebula, and inversely.
(13) But that the solar nebula is in the state of gas, fog or crystals, that doesn't prevent it from being captured by the magnetospheres in which it passes. That is why, after the explosion of the atmosphere of the Sun, the planets closest to the Sun received probably gas; those which, like the Earth, were a little further away received fog or crystals; and only crystals for planets coming after the Earth.
(14) Let us examine then the effects of the passage of the solar nebula on each of our celestial bodies. It is evident that this cloud passed firstly over the first planets, then over the Earth, then over the planetstars and lastly over Pluto, before pursuing its journey in the remote areas. To adequately represent its passage over the celestial bodies, it is necessary to have in mind that further we are going away from the Sun, bigger are the orbits of the planets and longer to describe. Jupiter takes almost twelve terrestrial years to complete a revolution around the Sun, Saturn twenty nine, Uranus eighty-four, and Neptune hundred and sixty five. The evolution duration of these distant celestial bodies within the nebula (which also enlarged its diameter), was so long and even longer as the nebula went away less and less quickly in their vicinity.
(15) It appears then because of the decreasing of its speed of remoteness and the constant increase of its surface, the crown deposited less water on the first planets than it did on the distant ones. Orbiting very far and probably as large as the circumference of the crown, Pluto probably evolved longer within this latter than did it the other planets. But, because of its inclined orbit in relation to the ecliptic plane, Pluto was only crossing the crown obliquely. However the quantity of crystals which fell on its hardened frozen ground was enough to form around it an ocean of ice of a good thickness. Hence its brilliancy in the sky has we have already evoked. This small celestial body testifies also the passage of the nebula, but similarly demonstrates the actual gigantism of the atmosphere of the planetstars, traces of water on Mars, as well as the terrestrial ocean.
(16) But on the territory of the internal planets (inside the asteroids belt), we are not in the same situation; because if the outer planets did move only little or not at all, the internal planets, them, sometimes did move with a great amplitude. This shows us that an internal planet was able to evolve in three ways in the nebula which caught up it: either while the planet went away from the Sun, or while it was in wait on a distant and stable orbit, or when it came back towards the Sun. It is thus obvious that by being displaced alternately and differently, the internal planets couldn't each receive the same quantity of water.
(17) THE MOON is a celestial body which only received very few water because, before being intercepted, it has manifestly crossed quickly the nebula so much its speed was high. We know what has happened to the atmosphere of the Moon that it lost on the way and at the contact of the Earth. However, when it was still hot, it produced a little water, and kept it in its coat which hardened very fast up to the core.
(18) Regarding MERCURY, a little bigger and a little farther from the Sun than was the Moon in the old order of celestial bodies; it was quite comparable to our satellite before the atmospheric explosion. Returning to the Sun where it stayed, it was only able to (quite like the Moon) cross quickly the nebula still in the gaseous state and animated by a great speed. Its coat also hardened up to the core, contains in its depths a small quantity of water that it had itself produced, like the Moon. These two planets cooled off completely during their displacement. This is why the water that their ground contains is necessarily frozen. Without internal heat, these ice crystals remain unchanged, since the solar heat can't reach them. Mercury is thus analogous to the Moon in all domains. However, placed in the lively forces of the Sun, it will warm itself up before the Moon. Its crystals will melt gradually and will become gases which will enrich its atmosphere where there is also some water from the solar nebula.
(19) VENUS has also produced water and has likewise received from the Sun. But because of the high solar temperature prevailing on its orbit and of the high temperature coming up from its core, all its water evaporated and is now part of its atmosphere. Venus cannot then have a sea.
(20) Skip over the Earth on which we shall return, and see what the destiny of MARS was. It seems evident that this planet has not made meanders like the Earth, but instead left and stayed there where it is probably after colliding with another planet, as we already evoked. However, Mars has also evolved, in the nebula and obtained water. This one largely infiltrated into its coat where it froze. The other part evaporated, then condensed and crystallized again on its poles, enriching even more its ice caps. During a very short time, there was necessarily some liquid water on Mars; if we consider that this planet crossed the region where we are, and which could be the region where it captured its water. If this is the case, then there could be some fossilized organisms on this celestial body.
(21) After determining at the most exactly what occurred with the solar nebula on the near and distant planets, we now have to observe what was with the EARTH so it received so much water on its surface. Ha! The Earth, the favourite, was already due to its initial position the one which was predestined to become this magnificent blue planet under the Sun. Then show what was its coronation and how the Sun fertilized it.
(22) Recall that the force provoked by the atmospheric explosion moved the satellites even before the nebula caught them up. It is shown by the first figure below where we see the Earth going away, whereas the crown has not yet come upon it. The second figure illustrates this time the evolution of our planet within the nebula catching up to it slowly, because its speed was hardly greater than the one of the Earth. What allowed this latter to stay for a long time in this cloud, especially since the terrestrial orbit is equivalent to the diameter of the crown. In that way, the Earth had plenty of time to fill up its vast ocean which covered, at this time, almost the entire globe, continents not having yet emerged. As for the third figure, it shows the Earth after the solar nebula has passed on it.
(23) Thus, for a long time, our planet evolved in a cloud of crystals that provides its the water that it possesses today. At that time, the Earth hadn't intercepted the Moon yet. And although it knew then its greatest orbit which made it stay in the cold temperature, it remained hot inside, especially that this crown covered it with an invaluable coat of ice. Then it returned with the Sun which warmed it up. It traversed again the region where we are and, immediately after, it intercepted the Moon. Then, it knew another glacial period being far from the Sun, and then returned closer to its and eventually stabilized in the sky, on the same orbit where we are now.
(24) Thus, for the first time, men contemplate this magnificent spectacle of fertilization of the Earth that took place in the sky. We then imagine very well what the benefits of this water on our planet were. We will soon develop, and your eyes will open completely.
(25) Following the illumination of the Sun, the meanders that the Earth described and the water that it received, are phenomena happening necessarily in any new stellar family. It is so, because satellites occupy all the space around their mother who gets ready to shine, to become a star. When it lights up, it is obvious that a satellite which is in the middle of their number, makes meanders similar to those made by our planet. And this satellite likewise is covered with as much water.
(26) Today, we have then the certainty that each star illuminates one of its celestial bodies where there is a world. Because the electromagnetic activity has for mission to create a viable region around each star and a ground which can receive all species of creatures, until the man for whom everything is prepared. That's why I said many times that all stars light a living world! Isn't the reason to be stars and to shine brightly in the sky? Could you imagine another reason? What would it be?
(27) In order that man exists today, it was necessary that a planet would come and go near the Sun without cooling, and then be covered with an ocean. It is luck! will assert the intelligent. But me, the Son, I say that it is God's will, because his science to which belongs the electromagnetism obliges this fulfilment around every star.
(28) Should we also think that all these planets similar to Earth have a Moon? Let's say rather that they certainly have an equivalent mass, being able to be a little bigger celestial body, which wouldn't change much, or two smaller celestial bodies, which wouldn't change much either. Anyway, there is always a planet well positioned to be the elected one, whether or not satellites. For us, it was the Earth. Be thus insured that there are as many worlds as there are stars. Henceforth it is indisputable, certain, and widely demonstrated.
(29) Certainly, you were until now far from imagining that it was likes so, and that the water you drink or in which you bathe is the former Sun's atmosphere. But is it not pleasant to know? Aren't you satisfied to learn that you are made of the Sun, the Earth, and the entire universe? Doesn't it bring you much closer to them and to all the stars of the sky?
(30) What I'm saying then, is that you could not know who you are and what you're doing on this Earth, without understanding beforehand that living beings exist likewise around each star. Don't dispute, because it is also what disputed your fathers in the desert not being able to imagine that the sky was the throne of the almighty Creator. And what did they become? They became what you were just before I baptize you: men of the darkness and lost, men without affections, devoid of benevolence and ready to disappear for ever. But you are already saved, because the knowledge which accumulates gradually in you, will enlighten you for ever.