Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The Ringmakers Of Saturn

The same phenomenon captured by Hubble.
They don't show this stuff on TV.  Why not?

If ever a book can change your view of the world we live in, The Ringmakers of Saturn by Norman Bergrun is it.  Saturn's rings have fascinated astronomers over centuries, yet recorded observations have shown too much variability to build much of a picture of what they are made of.  The variability was always explained by the poor quality of observational equipment in earlier times.

The passing of Voyager 1 and 2 in the 1980s ended any such thoughts.  The two vehicles passed over nine months apart, and in that time, changes were observed.  The rings are created by 'bodies', being exhausts from emv's (electro-magnetic vehicles), which are in the range of 20,000 miles long and 2,000 miles across.

That sounds nuts, doesn't it.  It does sound nuts until you look at the pictures.  I indicated my interest in seeing the book, and a commenter kindly dropped off a URL of the book.  I've read the first third of it.  The craft are from life forms that are more technically advanced than humankind by a very wide margin.

There is far more to the story of Saturn and how it affects our lives on earth, but a good starting point is to take a look at the pictures in the book, and read the text, as well as watching Norman Bergrun on Project Camelot or Youtube.

Anyone would be sceptical when encountering this material for the first time.

To get yourself into the right frame of mind for looking at what amounts to paranormal information, this video describes events that would also challenge belief.  There is far more to things than we know, and we won't understand the world we live in, until we get closer to understanding things that are currently kept beyond us.  Bergrun survived attempts on his life prior to is writing his book.


Anonymous said...

the Freeman Perspective with Michael Tsarion

Anonymous said...

Cassini spacecraft pictures and a lecture not convinced the rings has anything to do with electro-magnetic vehicles exhaust fumes.

Tapestry said...

As they even made an attempt on Norman Bergrun's life to stop him writing his book, it would not be surprising to find alternative narratives to stop people realising what is going on in the skies and beyond.

John said...

I think my comment didn't get through, Tap don't you agree with what NASA tell us then?

That the rings are blocks of ice locked in a gravitational pull?

Tapestry said...

Lots of shills around today. I deleted your first comment as it didn't explain much, John. No. I don't agree with NASA's output, which is invariably designed to deceive.

John said...

I only ask because Dr. Norman Bergrun if i remember correctly worked for NASA for well over 10 years. His theory at the time though far fetched was considered a possibility up until the mid 90's. He has said on record that his theory being disproven is completely acceptable because science has moved on since.

I wanted to make you aware of the situation being a fan of all things astro. Your taking outdated material placing it out of context. But it's your call.

Personally I enjoyed the read, just as much as the latest texts on string theory.

In short i feel you're making mountains out of mole hills.

keep up the other good work though.

Tapestry said...

What do you say that thing is in the Hubble picture then, oh wise one?

James Franklin said...

Are you seriously trying to convince people this nonsense is true? A few poor quality IR shots of moving objects leaving trails and of multiple objects that appear as one due to pixel resolution and you have aliens...

Chap, at 12 years old I accurately predicted that Neptune and Jupiter would have rings, I did not need to invoke aliens to come to this conclusion, I used common sense and logic. Earth could have rings if it were not for a proximity of the Moon.

The rings of planets, especially the larger ones, are caused by minor objects and asteroids coming too close and crossing the Roche limit, a gravitational limit around an object that will tear objects to pieces if they come too close. The rings are short lived, astronomically speaking, as far as computer models predict, but it is possible they may live longer when "shepherd moons" are co-orbital with the ring. The Shepherd moons are small bodies, perhaps a few tens to maybe a hundred miles or so across and when one exists either side of a ring of material they interact gravitationally with the material and prevent it being pulled into the parent planet as would usually happen.

Saturn's rings may last the life of the planet, they could resemble a smaller version of the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, or perhaps the Kuiper belt beyond Neptune. However all four of the gas worlds of our solar system have rings or ring arcs that are the result of smaller bodies being prevented from forming into a larger body after others were torn to pieces.

It does not need aliens, who do exist, but none have ever visited the solar system and nor have they rather pointlessly build rings of ice, rocks and metals around the giant planets to confuse people with vivid imaginations.