The black hole photographed by NASA is actually a plasma plasmid

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 3 November 2019 4 Comments


In my soon to be published book, I will, among other things, talk about the universe as we think we perceive it. Among other things, the phenomenon of 'black holes' is discussed. NASA recently presented "a photo" of a black hole. In the video below you will be explained how this black hole is probably a plasma plasmid. It is worthwhile to watch the video and also other videos from the channel 'The Thunderbolts Project' to watch. More about my book in this preceding one post. Soon I will present the exact delivery date.

Assuming that certain natural laws apply within the universe as we perceive it, it is useful to study the theories of Immanuel Velikovsky. The Thunderbolts Project by scientists David Talbott and Wal Thornill, has further elaborated the theories of Velikosvky and on this basis comes with accurate explanations about the origin of planets, the composition, temperature and atmosphere of planets. This is because they assume that within the observed universe not only gravity money, but also electrical charge. In short, planets are electrically charged. If they come close to each other, discharge often takes place, so that plasma can form.

In the current theoretical model of the universe, black holes are based on Einstein's theory of relativity of gravity, without considering that the universe (as we perceive it) is also electrically charged. In the Albert Einstein model, the concept of 'black holes' was devised. The strange thing is that black holes in that theory would be so heavy that they absorb all mass and light. By definition, light therefore does not return from such a black hole and so it cannot be observed. Science, however, claims that they can still see the glow around such a black hole and so NASA presented in 2019 a first photo of the glow around a black hole.

The theory of the existence of black holes is an accumulation of hypotheses and science is strongly inclined to hold its hypotheses, because as one part of the chain that is based on Einstein's theories falls, the whole theory begins to falter.

However, black holes probably do not exist. Wal Thornhill explains in the YouTube presentation below that what was photographed by NASA is most likely a plasma plasmid. A plasma plasmid forms in the center of electrically charged fields. Laboratory tests show the same image as the one that NASA came up with as the photo of a black hole.


Another image that NASA presented in October 2019 is a graphic computer simulation representation of that photo and is therefore not a real image, but a drawing.

Black holes would attract and absorb all matter and according to some it would be portals to other dimensions. These are very unlikely theories, because the question is: where does all that matter go?

We now know (from the double slits experiment) that matter only materializes through perception and that the universe therefore only exists as a result of perception; perception from the 'consciousness form position'. With a black hole, matter would suddenly no longer be observed, which could be compared to a dead pixel on a screen. Certain natural laws apply within the simulation, however, and the electric charge in the universe is a factor not counted by Einstein. In preparation for the book, it is useful to delve into this in advance.



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  1. Riffian wrote:

    I would not blindly focus on everything that NASA releases, it has been proven several times in the past that they manipulate photo and video material. And with regard to einstein, Tesla understood better wat

    • Sun wrote:

      Indeed you must always check everything from Nasa and double check it. There have been directors such as Billy Wilder and Stanley Kubrick who have lied to the world to date by editing film images and deception. But you can't say anything about it.

  2. SandinG wrote:

    The Tesla coil and so-called Hutchinson effect already indicate that our immediate environment is electrically charged and is therefore in an energy field. Zero point energy is fun to play with.

  3. Why do you want to know this? wrote:

    It seems that science is pulling out all the stops to maintain the theory of relativity, now even with the help of artificial intelligence:

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