Wal Thornhill: Proto-Saturn & Comet Venus | Space News

OUR ORIGINAL SUN was Saturn. Earth, Mars and Venus are all former planets of Saturn. When Saturn – which was originally a small brown dwarf – got too close to the Sun it had to discharge current in a big hurry to equalize the electrical environment of the Solar System – it did so by ejecting its surface gases  which left the rings and had to eject some planets (earth and mars). But that was not enough – it finally had to eject some internal matter to complete the equalization – that was when Venus was birthed out of the bowels of the planet Saturn and became the Great Comet. All this is VERY recent in terms of time. This turn of events and chaos in the Solar Systems happened within only the past 60K years or so.. amazing huh?  Be sure to watch Part I of this two part presentation by Wal Thornhill/Physiscist.

ThunderboltsProject

November 14, 2020

In Part One of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill, Chief Science Advisor, The Thunderbolts Project, introduced evidence for the extraordinary, recent origins of our planetary neighbor Venus. In myth and folklore around the entire globe, Venus was remembered as the great comet, as a dragon-like serpent breathing fire about the heavens, and as a goddess with majestic, flowing hair. Based on these mythic identities, in the mid-20th century Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky was the only individual to correctly predict that Venus would be super-hot. An even more outrageous prediction by Velikovsky was that the planet Saturn was the source of water in Earth’s oceans – a prediction which has recently received astonishing support in science discovery.

In this conclusion of his Space News presentation on Venus, Wal reflects on the still growing predictive successes of his own reconstruction of our solar system’s recent, catastrophic history.

PART ONE Wal Thornhill: Venus and Forgotten History | Space News https://youtu.be/jDDXi0HJjHU

FROM THE ARCHIVE Wal Thornhill: The Saturn/Earth Connection and Our Place in the Universe | Space News https://youtu.be/6fjcPguafug

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