1 (edited by LightningEye 2007-06-22 13:33:00)

Topic: New Virginia Tech Discovery: Sun about to Change Direction

Hello guys. The following story is living proof that huge discoveries are suppressed by the popular media and Physics groups. Astrophysicists at Virginia Tech have discovered that the Milky Way galaxy is colliding with the nearby Sagittarius dwarf galaxy, and that our sun isn't from the Milky Way galaxy at all.

Related to the 2012 shift?
Yes. According to this info, our sun takes a 90° turn during that time.

Main aggregation of story: http://curezone.com/blogs/m.asp?f=1207&i=2
Source 1: http://astsun.astro.virginia.edu/~mfs4n/sgr/
Source 2: http://www.tmgnow.com/repository/global … ical1.html


I especially recommend checking out source 1's videos once you understand what's going on here.

Credit goes to Sinaptix for finding this story.

EDIT: Could this be related? http://archives.cnn.com/2001/TECH/space … .way.meal/
Credit to z3n3rg.

Re: New Virginia Tech Discovery: Sun about to Change Direction

What really blows my mind is that the Maya may have know this which is why they couldn't calculate the calendar beyond 2012.

Re: New Virginia Tech Discovery: Sun about to Change Direction

That would explain why the planets are heating up, etc.  Also could lead to a full explanation of what happened to Mars and a lot of other mysteries of our solar system.

Re: New Virginia Tech Discovery: Sun about to Change Direction

The situation is definitely something to consider.

Food for thought: The Cassiopaeans said that Venus was from 13 lightyears away. Could it have been from the Milky Way and us from Sagittarius?