NASA's Discovery of Magnetic Portals That "Open & Close" Every Day May Connect to Ancient Esoteric Knowledge

NASA's Discovery of Magnetic Portals That

In Brief

  • The Facts:Jack Scudder’s investigation into X-points could provide a correlation to why ancient sites from the past where established on the earth’s ley line system.
  • Reflect On:Examine how modern physics and our understanding of the cosmos may be outdated and consider how knowledgeable ancient civilizations were of the laws of the universe.

In 2012, NASA funded the research of Jack Scudder, from the University of Iowa, who studied a phenomenon unlike no other. He found that when the magnetic field of the Earth connected to the magnetic field of the Sun, a portal between time/space was created between them. Time-space is, “what we will experience if we are able to pierce the veil, 3 dimensions of time (past, present, and future) of wherever you are, which is the 1 dimension of space (yourself). To make an example of this imagine an apple. The outside of the apple is the infinite universe which is space/time. The inside of the apple is time/space which is a continuous loop that can be traveled.”- Jeff Delano.

Scudder termed these phenomenon ‘X-points’. After Scudder’s theory was examined by NASA, they flew a robotic spacecraft into one of these magnetic points which revealed that the X-point had the potential to transport objects directly into the Sun’s atmosphere. The distance from the Earth to the Sun is measured as one astronomical unit (AU) or 93 million miles away. This discovery was ground breaking because it questioned our understanding of known physics and opened the door to understanding the relationship between time and space. Even though we may not fully grasp the concept yet, it can serve as a stepping stone to better understand how our universe operates on a scale once thought to intangible.

NASA's Discovery of Magnetic Portals That

Observations by NASA’s THEMIS spacecraft and Europe’s Cluster probes suggest that these magnetic portals open and close dozens of times each day. They’re typically located a few tens of thousands of kilometers from Earth where the geomagnetic field meets the onrushing solar wind. Most portals are small and short-lived; others are yawning, vast, and sustained. Tons of energetic particles can flow through the openings, heating Earth’s upper atmosphere, sparking geomagnetic storms, and igniting bright polar auroras. (NASA)

Deeper research into the X-point phenomena has proven to be challenging to study because they are unstable, largely invisible, and their behavior is unpredictable at this point. With this in mind, it has been perceived that ancient sites around the planet could have served, and still act as X points that transcend time and space. Could it have been possible that these X points on the Earth’s surface were used thousands of years ago by ancient civilizations? Let’s dive in.

There are many ancient traditions that describe locations around the world where one can travel from one place in the world to another. Many cultures also refer to an energy grid system that encompasses the Earth. In ancient Chinese text, they are known as dragon lines. In South America, the shaman’s referred to them as spirit lines. The ancient Aboriginals of Australia called them dream lines. Scudder would describe these as X-points but researchers like Freddy Silva would refer to them as star gates.

Sites such as Gobekli Tepe, Machu Picchu, Giza and Stonehenge are tied to the ancient portal hypothesis because they were built on top of what would be reported as an Earth grid system, which is linked to the larger electromagnetic web of the cosmos.

NASA's Discovery of Magnetic Portals That

Freddy Silva, a best-selling author, and a leading researcher of ancient civilizations looked into the man who pioneered the term ley lines, Alfred Watkins. Watkins’ work in ley lines could be indirectly describing what Shrduder would later call X-points. Silva explains the origins of ley line research on his website Invisible Temple. “

In the 1920s, while photographing landmarks in Herefordshire, Alfred Watkins noticed how ancient sites, churches (built over such sites), sacred mounds, old pilgrim routes and standing stones were aligned in perfectly straight lines. He called them ley lines.

He went on to say, “in essence, Watkins re-discovered old esoteric knowledge which had maintained that temples and oracles all across the Earth were not placed haphazardly but according to certain — and since forgotten — geodetic laws.”

It is this exact reason why researchers believe these sites were established where they lie; to tap into the inter-dimensional highway of the universe. These sites could serve as the catalyst to a new renaissance of enlightenment for humanity that would revolutionize our understanding of the cosmos.