(1) When he opens up to reality, man breaks his limits and nothing can remain hidden from his eyes. This time, he sees the celestial things as they are, because he is like a man born blind who suddenly opens his eyes. This is the great miracle of the resurrection in which you are taking part today. And the marvelous worlds to come which were shown are not irrelevant to it. Because everyone can see the great simplicity of the cycle of the matter can be grasped by all, and that by studying it we necessarily arrive at the star (the Sun) and the successive worlds which are attached to it. Jesus said of me: he will announce you things to come. Although distant, these worlds to come are part of it. But to see more exactly where the world is going since its creation, let's move now to our beloved Earth, the mother of the living, which will be constantly at the center of what remains for us to study. Knowing it, we shall know who we are, what we are doing and where we are going.
(2) Until now, the electromagnetism has shown us that the ring of a planet would give birth to a small celestial body, which is the birth model of all celestial bodies of the sky. Then, by observing its growth, we saw it become like Jupiter, then like the Sun. There, we have witnessed the birth of a star which is the birth model of all stars. Now, we are going to see how the atmospheric explosion of a celestial body, which makes it go from the planetary state to the stellar state, determines the fate of its satellites.
(3) Let us first recall that the rings are formed one after another from the planet which engenders them, and deviate from it as it produces them. This is why satellites, born from these rings, evolve around their mother at respective distances. It is therefore not the satellites themselves which establish the order in which they evolve around their planet, but the rings of the latter. This is why the satellites of Jupiter, which serve as models, evolve in a determined order which is the one that we know. They grow quietly in this order, each having a circular orbit. They will continue to evolve in this way for a long time to come. But that will not last for ever, because it is certain that the atmospheric explosion of Jupiter will come in its time and won't miss to upset their current order. This will then form a new order in this family where several satellites will no longer occupy their original position.
(4) This upheaval will occur in the family of Jupiter, as it occurred in the solar family when the Sun illuminated. This makes us realize that not all our planets once occupied their current positions. Among them, some of them changed place. Let's then look at this phenomenon which upset this initial order established, and we shall finally understand what couldn't be explained until this day.
(5) But to represent what the momentary disorder of the solar family (the upheaval) was, we must first consider that the satellites (our planets) occupied, with their mass and magnetosphere, all the regions of the sky around the Sun which was going to illuminate. Besides, our planets (satellites) were at that time much closer to each other than they are today. Indeed, and as it can be explained, the solar electromagnetic ensemble (magnetosphere – lines of force – rings) did not have the same extent in the past; for since our celestial body shines, it has expended a lot, increasing accordingly the distances which separate the planets.
(6) Immediately after the explosion of the solar atmosphere, three forces were exerted on its satellites, our planets. The first one was the breath of the explosion which pushed them more or less; the second was the solar magnetosphere which held them and brought them back; and the third was, the own breath of the Sun recently lighted up, which tended to push them back again. From this atmospheric explosion, satellites were thus battling against these three forces. But our celestial bodies are interdependent magnets which, even strongly pushed, could not escape the powerful solar magnetosphere. They probably all stayed in orbit around the Sun.
(7) What was their behaviour? First of all and as it has been said, the breath of the atmospheric explosion is a centrifugal force which repels the celestial bodies within the magnetosphere which, itself, is a centripetal force tending to bring them back. So, if a satellite is strongly pushed, but not enough to be driven out from its ring (as is the case for the one which is in the middle of the number of satellites), it begins its back and forth movements next to the star which has just lit. Pushed away by the breath of the explosion, it goes away being antiweighty in relation towards the star. Then, slowed down and stopped by the magnetosphere of the new star, it is momentarily in weightlessness. It remains so until the magnetosphere brings it back towards the star, by making it weighty this time. When this happens and it returns towards the star, it isn't the breath of the explosion that it encounters, which has already passed over it since a long time, but the breath of the star which is now shining. This breath then gradually contains its movement of return and gradually inculcates in it a reverse movement which takes it away again, more delicately however and less far than the breath of explosion did. It will be so until it slows down and stabilizes.
(8) The ring that the satellite in our example will not have left, will participate in these back and forth movements; that, because this ring will have been distorted from the inside to the outside when the satellite was going away, and from the outside to the inside when it returned near the star. Tending to recover its circular shape, the ring thus, participates in the stabilization of the celestial body. To grasp it well, you must know that a small force is sufficient to displace a celestial body in orbit. For example, we notice the breath of an infant is more than enough to move a ball suspended on a thread. It's the same for celestial bodies in orbit and in weightlessness which, because of the breath and the magnetosphere of the star, can easily be moved by widening or by decreasing their orbit.
(9) Consider only that the breath of the atmospheric deflagration tears the first satellites (the smallest) of their ring and pushes them far away; strongly pushes the following ones (medium-size), but not enough to tear them away from their ring; and moves only very little the farthest ones (the largest), because of their greater inertia and also the decrease of the breath. In the case where the celestial body is expelled from its ring, it is no more a resistance in an electrical current and cools quickly. This is what happened to some planets, whereas others have not done it.
(10) If they are not the object of collisions, when they are projected away by the breath of the atmospheric explosion, the satellites do not go in a straight line but necessarily in orbit. Let's say that their orbit, which is circular before the atmospheric explosion, becomes spiral; and that these spirals lengthen according to the force of the breath. Here is how a celestial body chased away from its initial location can come and go next to its star before stabilizing:
(11) The first figure illustrates how the breath of the atmospheric explosion moves the satellite away from the star. We see that its orbit continuously grows for its revolutions, that we imagine however thousands of times more numerous than those represented. These will eventually lead it to a more stable and distant orbit, when it will be at the end of its course. It is thus the largest orbit and, consequently, the longest distance from the star that this satellite will experience. The following figure shows what the return of the satellites will be when the magnetosphere has contained and then inverted its movement. Still in a spiral orbit, it will slowly descend towards the star this time, until the breath of the latter masters its movement. There also, on its last legs, its orbit will be more stable. And this stability will last for a while, the time that it will be necessary for the star's breath to send it back into the distance again, less strongly however than the atmospheric explosion did, therefore less far than the first time. Afterwards, our satellite will return slowly and will eventually stabilize in the middle of these two extreme orbits that it will have known.
(12) What we have just seen can only happen in this way for the satellites which are in the center of the number of satellites, which is also the average distance which separates them from the star. For example, if one aligns eleven small stones on a table, in ascending order of their size, it is the sixth pebble of medium-sized which lies exactly in the center of the number. If it is a satellite, we notice at first that its size is medium, then that it occupies the medium place, and that it will receive the breath of the atmospheric explosion moderatly. It is consequently the most representative. And it is the one I'm talking about when I explain the comings and goings that it did; and it is of the Earth that I think, as we shall see that this is what happened to it.
(13) These coming and going movements are thus variable for each celestial bodies. They occur in thousands of revolutions for some and in several tens of thousand of revolutions for others. This means as many years, and all different in duration which is proportional to the orbit and the orbital velocity of the celestial body. But, for now, it is better to exclude any notion of duration of these displacements, to consider only the whole event.
(14) On the two previous figures, we also notice that the celestial body, so moved, will be in the intense cold during its largest orbit and in intense heat during its smallest orbit. These temperature changes are due, as we saw it, in the remoteness and the nearness of the celestial body to the Sun, as well as its activity changes, will have major consequences on its core and its mantle. We shall put this in observation.
(15) But, to summarize what we have just seen and that will allow us to pursue the study of the whole solar family, just remember that the breath of the explosion (very powerful near the star) loses its strength as it moves away in the confines. Because of this, the satellites closest to the new star are the smallest in size and inertia and those that move first and go the farthest, by being pushed more. As for the larger satellites, the most distant and of greater inertia, they are obviously the ones which will move last and the least, all the more so since the breath is already attenuated when it reaches them. We are therefore in a situation of possible shocks between the satellites, because they are and move on the plane of the rings of the celestial body which light up. Some encounters are then inevitable, but necessary, because without them we might be here today. Don't be surprised, because the Moon, which was intercepted and adopted by the Earth in this way is a pre-eminent element in the manifestation of life on our planet. These clashes of celestial bodies are thus not disasters, especially since when they occur, the man, who is the last-born, has not yet been created.
(16) Knowing the context in which the upheaval of the satellites occured, we can now reconstitute the first order of the solar family, to see where was the place of our celestial bodies before the atmospheric explosion of the Sun. According to what we learned and what we observe from them, we can position them like this:
This order, which is conceived according to the approximate size of the core of the celestial bodies, doesn't mean that it is rigorously exact; for we know that in a human family, for example, the size of the children doesn't indicate the order of their birth. But there are other reasons why we reconstitute this order like this, and we will see them. To have a reference, however let's keep it as it is and examine what has become of it.
(17) A planet or a satellite is necessarily a metallic sphere, cold inside, surrounded by a thin mantle and able to be broken. If therefore we admit that before the upheaval there was a celestial body instead of the asteroids belt, we conclude that this unknown celestial body was hit head-on and shattered by another celestial body. It is also possible that only the core of this celestial body was taken away while the mantle remained at the same place, shattered into thousand of pieces. This core which would have been strongly pushed by Mars in this case, could be Pluto that we find today at the borders of the solar family. If the size of the latter is close to that of the Earth, it is indeed this celestial body which was taken away by Mars. On the contrary, if its mass is much smaller and slightly less than that of the Moon, then it is the last-born celestial body of the Sun (as in the figure) which was taken away very far.
(18) We notice on this alignment, that the Earth was placed in the center of the number of the satellites of the Sun. This position is privileged, because it is evident that the breath of the explosion didn't move the Earth as it moved the other celestial bodies which lie below and beyond its position. Indeed, those which lie between it and the Sun were more strongly jostled than those which come after it. We now understand that Pluto perhaps, the Moon, Mercury, and Mars certainly, were taken away of their ring and cooled off. Whereas Venus, the Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune did not do so, being less disturbed by the breath which was more attenuated. Pushed by this wind, the Earth didn't leave its ring, it only deformed it. This is why it made comings and goings next to the Sun that we shall examine in detail, because they are the ones who shaped its face, because of the great temperature differences that it knew.
(19) PLUTO, probably last-born and closer to the Sun, was thrown out at the borders of the solar family. If it was the unknown planet struck by Mars, it was the same. Nevertheless, this celestial body was strongly pushed far off and placed, therefore, in an inclined orbit relative to the plane of the rings of the Sun.
(20) THE MOON is the sister of the other planets, and one of the last-born. It was strongly projected by the breath of the atmospheric explosion. Following its rather precarious displacement, to which we shall soon return, it was finally intercepted by the Earth which caught it with its powerful magnetosphere.
(21) MERCURY is a small planet, approximately twice the size of the Moon. Its orbit inclined relative to the plane of the solar rings, testifies of a collision with another celestial body (probably Mars) which made it bounce back and return where it is today.
(22) MARS, bigger than Mercury and half as small as Venus, was certainly between Mercury and Venus. Probably struck right from the beginning by Mercury, this planet passed Venus and the Earth without incident. It is however quite possible that it then crashed head-on into the unknown planet, which would be the origin of the fragments composing the asteroids belt. Mars would then have remained almost at the same place, it would have only had a slight set back that positioned it where it is. The fault, wide and deep, which cuts its cooled mantle, is evidence of a strong collision. Deimos and Phobos, satellized around Mars, aren't two small celestial bodies but two fragments of crust which also strongly attest what has just been said.
(23) VENUS, larger than Mars and almost the size of the Earth, has certainly rubbed shoulders with our planet very closely. Indeed, more strongly jostled than the Earth, this planet made comings and goings as it did, but with greater amplitude. Let's say that it alternated on either side of its orbit on which it finally stabilized itself. This circular orbit that we know today, would indicate that this planet didn't collide with another celestial body. Whatever happened, it seems that Venus did not leave its ring, because its gigantic atmosphere testifies of an intense volcanism.
(24) THE EARTH has also made these comings and goings which we shall study, but were less pronounced than those of Venus. It didn't thus leave its original ring, it deformed it only. Which saved it from cooling down and gave it an exceptional face.
(25) THE UNKNOWN PLANET was, as we have just seen, a celestial body that must have been between the Earth and Jupiter. If it was so, this celestial body was necessarily hot externally like Jupiter, and certainly possessed some small satellites which would have stayed in place when it collided with Mars. These would then be among the fragments of this broken celestial body, which today compose the asteroid belt.
(26) JUPITER, SATURN, URANUS, NEPTUNE older, larger and further from the Sun than the inner planets, have moved very little compared to the others and didn't leave their ring. Their movements on both sides of their contemporary orbits being negligible; these celestial bodies never ceased to increase in temperature and to grow accordingly.
(27) Although uncertain, the prime order of the solar family is very close to the truth, as well as the journey of the planets which changed this order. But it is not important to know exactly which one was there before the atmospheric explosion, and which made what in the disorder that followed this explosion. What we need to grasp, is that the original order was somewhat different than nowadays, and that the Moon is the sister of the Earth. It is also indisputable that the celestial bodies which left their ring cooled off immediately and remained unchanged, while those that didn't increased in temperature and continued their evolution. So here is the new order created in the solar family:
(28) By aligning this time our celestial bodies in this order which is the one of our day, we notice that if the Moon stayed in the solar system, Pluto has perhaps already changed world; because this celestial body may again be disturbed then captured by Neptune when it will illuminated or by one of its satellites with which it will be mixed. Pluto is not on a ring of the Sun, because the farthest of its rings is occupied by Neptune. It is thus unstable on its orbit and will not always remain so. A celestial body can thus pass from one family (the solar family) to another family (Neptune) by this way, as do sometimes solid bodies taken away from the celestial bodies during shocks due to the upheaval. Then, we shall say: if Pluto or another celestial body can pass from the solar world into world of Neptune, can we be sure that the Moon doesn't come from the world of the mother star of the Sun? I answer that if this is the case for the Moon, this one is then older than the Earth. But one of our celestial bodies can also come from afar, and even further than the Sun's grandmother star. Because, when Neptune will shine for example, Pluto can be pushed further being captured by this new star. Then one of its planetstars could drive it even further, and so on...
(29) Astronomers notice, amazed, that Pluto is a planet as bright as a star. This will be explained; because we shall see that this celestial body, which has completely cooled down after leaving its ring and which now occupies a region of the sky where the temperature is very low, is completely covered with an ocean of ice. This being the case, the solar radiation is reflected back to us by Pluto as it would be by a mirror. Hence its almost stellar appearance.
(30) Henceforth, we understand what was the rapid cooling of the planets chased from their original ring. But, since the upheaval is over and a new order has been established, won't the cooled planets reheat again? I answer that effectively it has already begun for those which found a ring. However, they will need a lot of time to achieve that, because the reheating of a core (which occupies almost the entire volume of the celestial body) is infinitely longer than the time it took to cool down. But, the more we shall advance through the ages, more gases will emerge from the fully solidified mantle of these planets. Because of this progressive reheating, the little bit of water which was infiltrated and froze in the deep layers of their mantle will probably come up to the surface, driven by the internal heat. However, on Mercury, the water will vaporize and will stay in its atmosphere, due to the intense solar heat in which this celestial body evolves. And on Mars, this water which will vaporize during the day, will condense at night on the icecaps because the temperature is so low that it doesn't allow the water cycle. Therefore, we already understand that the existence of creatures is impossible on this celestial body.
(31) The upheaval gives a more exact vision of what was for our planets until this day. We know that the planets inside the asteroid belt will continue to activate the Sun and will accompany it thru its destiny, without any of them becoming star. The electromagnetic activity is giving the reasons. The first one is that a planet can only increase in temperature and cause the explosion of its atmosphere if it evolves on a very large ring, very far from the star. The second is that a large number of satellite masses is necessary to increase the activity of a planet until it shines. Not fulfilling these conditions, the interior planets will thus remain planets and will accompany the Sun to the heart of the Galaxy. Such is their mission, which consists in bringing to life a world at the top of which God places the man so that he is a member of His existence and the guardian of His works. Things that you didn't know and didn't do.