The reality of the energies that flow through the Earth

As previously discussed, our physical reality is that, seemingly solid, at fundamental atomic level, we are beings made of nothing more than vibrating energy, living in a matrix of interlinked cosmic energy. (The reality of who we are-1 Quantum mechanics category)

As part of that matrix, the planet that we live on, our Earth, is seething with different energies which hold it together and in place in our solar system. There are other energies which also allow it to sustain itself and us.  Some people use these energies for good or evil, magnifying intention. They can heal with them, detect using them and it would be possible to tap into them to provide the world with free energy, if only we knew how.

When I began researching, I found a much more complex system than I could have imagined. There were also many alternate views on the inherent energy structure and how it can be used.

The conventional physical energy structure.

The heliosphere

This is the immense magnetic bubble, emanating from the sun,  containing our solar system, solar wind, and the entire solar magnetic field. It extends well beyond the orbit of Pluto. It protects us from the cosmic rays and dust from beyond the solar system.

The sun energy
The solar energies radiated from the sun power our biosphere and enable the earth to sustain life. It is our main source of energy providing both heat and light.

Our magnetic energy

Earth has a magnetic field that extends from the interior out into space. It protects us from the charged particles (the solar wind) emanating from the sun. In fact the Earth can be seen as  a magnet with a north and south pole.

This happens because at the center of the Earth is the a core, which has two parts. There is a  solid, inner core of iron. It is surrounded by a liquid, outer core composed of a nickel-iron alloy. Our planet’s magnetic field is believed to be generated there. Something called the Coriolis force, resulting from the Earth’s spin, also causes swirling whirlpools. This flow of liquid iron generates electric currents, which in turn produce the magnetic fields. Magnetism is a form of electromagnetic energy.

So the Sun powers us and protects us from cosmic rays and dust. Our magnetic fields protect us from any  negative effects from the solar wind.

Gravity

Gravity is said to be the force by which a planet or other body draws objects toward its center. The force of gravity keeps all of the planets in orbit around the sun. It keeps us on the surface of the Earth and stops us spinning off into space.

Strangely, its exact nature seems to be more contentious than you would think. Is it a force between masses? Or is it, as in Einstein’s theory of general relativity,  an effect of the warping of space and time in the presence of mass? Why isn’t it stronger is some places?

These are the conventional overt physical energies which allow our Earth to function and sustain us. There are, of course many more interesting energies in play in our Earth matrix. Those I will explore next time.

Aspects of reality

Or Earth is subject to the forces of gravity and magnetism. It is both powered by the sun and protected from the cosmos by the heliosphere.

 

 

 

 

2 Responses to “The reality of the energies that flow through the Earth”

  1. George Arbuthnot says:

    Gravity is a form or a result of magnetism. A scientist is supposed to have dropped 2 pairs of rectangular magnets N to N and N to S. He reported that N/N fell slower than N/S.

    • Marian says:

      Hi yes, distangling all these earth energies is trickier than you might think! Not wholly magnetic..because magnetism, as I understand it,is a factor of the uneven spin on electrons of the magnetic substances. Its also repels like and attracts unlike. So something else must be going on via gravity. Still researching!!!!

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