A Section From “The Tones of Creation”; The Psi Bank

This is my questioning of the transcendence of Solar Forcing as the hypothesis regarding the cause of climate change is due to NASA’s study of the Van Allen Belts. I had to search diligently for this information. It’s not widely known, thus the folks who blame humans for climate change which is politically motivated; scapegoating, and those who support the idea of solar forcing are the squeakiest wheels and get the oil. My hypothesis is below.

TSR-Explicate Movement on the van Allen radiation belts (Psi Bank) due to solar storms causing the visual phenom of the Aurora borealis effect.

.Hypothesis:  The Van Allen belts around the earth are the source of the Tzolkin Harmonic information. The aurora borealis effect is caused by the intelligence of the Tzolkin from the Galactic Core moving through our sun that creates this effect around the earth. There is a possible one-to-one correspondence with the Tzolkin proven by continual synchronicities manifesting in 4D.   – Lisa T.


The mind and will of all DNA creation on earth are creating the changes in the VanAllen Belts also causing synchronicity.      -Lisa T.


On February 28, 2013, a third radiation belt, consisting of high-energy ultra-relativistic charged particles, (relative to what?) was reported to be discovered. In a news conference by NASA’s Van Allen Probe team, it was stated that this third belt is a product of CMEs from the Sun. It has been represented as a separate creation that splits the Outer Belt like a knife on its outer side and exists separately as a storage container of particles for a months’ time, before merging once again with the Outer Belt.

The unusual stability of this third, transient belt has been explained as a ‘trapping’ by the Earth’s magnetic field of ultra-relativistic particles whose speed is close to the speed of light c., as they are lost from the second, traditional outer belt. While the outer zone, which forms and disappears over a day, is highly variable due to interactions with the atmosphere, the ultra-relativistic particles of the third belt are thought to not scatter into the atmosphere, as they are too energetic to interact with atmospheric waves at low latitudes. This absence of scattering and trapping allows them to persist for a long time, finally only being destroyed by an unusual event, such as the shock wave from the Sun.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Allen_radiation_belt

The date of this discovery was Yellow Electric 3 Warrior, Kin 16 in the Tzolkin: electric intelligence.

“It was a lucky decision,” NASA said in February 2013, noting that a solar storm had already caused the radiation belts to swell as soon as the instrument was turned on.

“Then something happened no one had ever seen before: the particles settled into a new configuration, showing an extra, third belt extending out into space,” the agency added. “Within mere days of launch, the Van Allen Probes showed scientists something that would require rewriting textbooks.”

Protective shield

Data gathered by the probes also showed that the radiation belts shield Earth from high-energy particles. “The barrier for the ultrafast electrons is a remarkable feature of the belts,” study lead author Dan Baker, of the University of Colorado in Boulder, said in a statement. “We’re able to study it for the first time because we never had such accurate measurements of these high-energy electrons before.” [Gallery: NASA’s Van Allen Probes]

Complex configuration

This latest information helped scientists model the belts’ changes. But there was more information to come. In January 2016, scientists revealed that the shape of the belts depends on what type of electron is being studied. This means the two belts are much more complex; depending on what is being observed, they can be a single belt, two separate belts, or just an outer belt (with no inner belt at all.)

     “The researchers found that the inner belt — the smaller belt in the classic picture of the belts — is much larger than the outer belt when observing electrons with low energies, while the outer belt is larger when observing electrons at higher energies,” NASA wrote at the time. “At the very highest energies, the inner belt structure is missing completely. So, depending on what one focuses on, the radiation belts can appear to have vastly different structures simultaneously.”

What is still poorly understood, however, is what happens when particles from the sun hit the belts during a geomagnetic storm. It is known that the number of electrons in the belt changes, either decreasing or increasing depending on the situation. Also, the belts eventually return to their normal shape after the storm passes. NASA said it isn’t clear what kind of storm will cause a specific type of belt configuration. Also, the agency noted, any previous observations were done only with electrons at a few energy levels. More work needs to be done.

Luckily, scientists got the chance to observe a storm up close in March 2015, when one of the Van Allen probes happened to be situated inside the “right” spot in Earth’s magnetic field to see an interplanetary shock. NASA describes such shocks as being like a tsunami triggered by an earthquake; in this case, a coronal mass ejection of charged particles from the sun creates a shock in specific areas of the belts.

 “The spacecraft measured a sudden pulse of electrons energized to extreme speeds — nearly as fast as the speed of light — as the shock slammed the outer radiation belt,” NASA wrote at the time. “This population of electrons was short-lived, and their energy dissipated within minutes. But five days later, long after other processes from the storm had died down, the Van Allen probes detected an increased number of even higher energy electrons. Such an increase so much later is a testament to the unique energy processes following the storm.”

The shape of the Van Allen belts can vary widely depending on how energetic the individual electrons are, and general conditions in the Earth’s magnetic environment. During geomagnetic storms (4), all three regions in the belts can balloon.

The shape of the Van Allen belts can vary widely depending on how energetic the individual electrons are, and general conditions in the Earth’s magnetic environment. During geomagnetic storms (4), all three regions in the belts can balloon.

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