The Quarantine of Earth is one of the many mysterious data points one encounters during their fall down the rabbit hole of forbidden history.
I first heard of the concept when reading the Law of One material in 2010. The Urantia book also describes a Spiritual Quarantine due to the Luciferian Rebellion, which apparently is a book highly regarded by the Banking elite. These works describe a Quarantine was needed in order to prevent this part of the Galaxy from destabilizing as a result of destructive interference patterns within the collective consciousness of the human race and Earth acting as a magnifier.
Dan Winter also discusses the Quarantine, and the Science behind DNA’s gravitational stabilization effects. Apparently when human beings lost the ability to think independently, and develop a self directed evolution process, the planet was severely destabilized. This was due to the enslavement of a large population inhabiting the Earth during the times of Atlantis.
Mental slavery, the dominant form on the planet to this day, created destructive interference patterns between heart and mind, reducing the stabilization effects of the DNA within the humans who accepted the ideas. Mental Slavery, or Mind control is the a loss of intrinsic knowledge, replaced by extrinsic knowledge. The loss of true knowledge, creating a dependency of experts and those who do know; a hidden elite or Dark Occult force.
We posted more supportive data for the importance of coherent mental patterns in the post Evidence for Global Consciousness Evolution “the earth as a whole would eventually become conscious, embracing and enriching each individual’s awareness.”
A team led by the University of Colorado Boulder has discovered an invisible shield some 7,200 miles above Earth that blocks so-called “killer electrons,” which whip around the planet at near-light speed and have been known to threaten astronauts, fry satellites and degrade space systems during intense solar storms.
The barrier to the particle motion was discovered in the Van Allen radiation belts, two doughnut-shaped rings above Earth that are filled with high-energy electrons and protons, said Distinguished Professor Daniel Baker, director of CU-Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP). Held in place by Earth’s magnetic field, the Van Allen radiation belts periodically swell and shrink in response to incoming energy disturbances from the sun.
As the first significant discovery of the space age, the Van Allen radiation belts were detected in 1958 by Professor James Van Allen and his team at the University of Iowa and were found to be comprised of an inner and outer belt extending up to 25,000 miles above Earth’s surface. In 2013, Baker — who received his doctorate under Van Allen — led a team that used the twin Van Allen Probes launched by NASA in 2012 to discover a third, transient “storage ring” between the inner and outer Van Allen radiation belts that seems to come and go with the intensity of space weather.
The latest mystery revolves around an “extremely sharp” boundary at the inner edge of the outer belt at roughly 7,200 miles in altitude that appears to block the ultrafast electrons from breeching the shield and moving deeper towards Earth’s atmosphere.
“It’s almost like theses electrons are running into a glass wall in space,” said Baker, the study’s lead author. “Somewhat like the shields created by force fields on Star Trek that were used to repel alien weapons, we are seeing an invisible shield blocking these electrons. It’s an extremely puzzling phenomenon.”
|The orbital tracks of Van Allen Probe B for the REPT-B sensor fluxes from 1 September to 28 September 2013 are projected onto the geographical equatorial plane. As the spacecraft precesses in its elliptical orbit around the Earth, it forms a ‘Spirograph’ pattern in the geographically fixed, Earth-centred coordinate system. The resulting orbital pattern shows the relatively stable (during this 4-week period) band of 7.2 MeV electrons from a radius of about 2.8 Earth radii (RE) out to about 3.5RE. Inside 2.8RE there is an almost complete absence of electrons, resulting in the slot region. Note also that there is hardly any discernible population of electrons at these energies in the inner zone (L ≤ 2) during this period. The superimposed circle at 2.8RE shows how sharp and distinctive the inner boundary is for ultrarelativistic electrons and how generally symmetric this boundary is all around the Earth. Source|
A paper on the subject was published in the Nov. 27 issue of Nature.
The team originally thought the highly charged electrons, which are looping around Earth at more than 100,000 miles per second, would slowly drift downward into the upper atmosphere and gradually be wiped out by interactions with air molecules. But the impenetrable barrier seen by the twin Van Allen belt spacecraft stops the electrons before they get that far, said Baker.
The group looked at a number of scenarios that could create and maintain such a barrier. The team wondered if it might have to do with Earth’s magnetic field lines, which trap and control protons and electrons, bouncing them between Earth’s poles like beads on a string. The also looked at whether radio signals from human transmitters on Earth could be scattering the charged electrons at the barrier, preventing their downward motion. Neither explanation held scientific water, Baker said.
“Nature abhors strong gradients and generally finds ways to smooth them out, so we would expect some of the relativistic electrons to move inward and some outward,” said Baker. “It’s not obvious how the slow, gradual processes that should be involved in motion of these particles can conspire to create such a sharp, persistent boundary at this location in space.”
Another scenario is that the giant cloud of cold, electrically charged gas called the plasmasphere, which begins about 600 miles above Earth and stretches thousands of miles into the outer Van Allen belt, is scattering the electrons at the boundary with low frequency, electromagnetic waves that create a plasmapheric “hiss,” said Baker. The hiss sounds like white noise when played over a speaker, he said.
While Baker said plasmaspheric hiss may play a role in the puzzling space barrier, he believes there is more to the story. “I think the key here is to keep observing the region in exquisite detail, which we can do because of the powerful instruments on the Van Allen probes. If the sun really blasts the Earth’s magnetosphere with a coronal mass ejection (CME), I suspect it will breach the shield for a period of time,” said Baker, also a faculty member in the astrophysical and planetary sciences department.
“It’s like looking at the phenomenon with new eyes, with a new set of instrumentation, which give us the detail to say, ‘Yes, there is this hard, fast boundary,’” said John Foster, associate director of MIT’s Haystack Observatory and a study co-author.
Other CU-Boulder study co-authors included Allison Jaynes, Vaughn Hoxie, Xinlin Li, Quintin Schiller, Lauren Blum and David Malaspina. Other co-authors were from UCLA, Aerospace Corp. Space Sciences Lab in Los Angeles, the University of Minnesota, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, the University of Iowa and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
CU-Boulder is playing a prominent role in NASA’s Van Allen Probes mission, which consists of two spinning, octagonal spacecraft weighing 1,500 pounds each. LASP developed the Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope, (REPT) to measure high-energy electrons. LASP also developed the “brains” of the Electronic Field and Waves package to compress huge amounts of mission data to send back to Earth. CU-Boulder will receive roughly $18 million from NASA over the lifetime of the mission.
About a dozen graduate students are participating in the mission, as well as more than a dozen other LASP personnel.
The Van Allen probes mission is part of NASA’s Living with a Star Program managed by the Goddard Space Flight Center. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory built the twin satellites and is managing the mission for NASA.
For more information on LASP visit http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/. For more information on the Van Allen Probes mission visit http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/missions-projects/quick-facts-rbsp/
Scientists have discovered an invisible shield roughly 7,200 miles above Earth that blocks so-called “killer electrons,” which can fry satellites and degrade space systems during intense solar storms. Illustration by Andy Kale, University of Alberta.