The Nebula Strain


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In 1967 I channeled information about what was given to me as the “Nebula Strain,” a massive streaming of energy connecting all energy fields in the universe. I would quote from this written material, but it is packed away in a box somewhere, as my “Universe One” manuscript has yet to be electronically transcribed (volunteers anyone? – not many pages as manuscripts go).

Now in 2013 I read THIS…which I am receiving confirmation is a streaming of the Greater Nebula Stream….

Giant outflows from Milky Way centre caused by millions of star births

02 January 2013 Radboud University Nijmegen

  • Under embargo until 02 January 2013 20:00 GMT

A continuous stream of charged particles is erupting from the centre of our galaxy, the Milky Way. This, conclude astronomers on 3 January in Nature, is a by-product of the birth of new stars. The outflow would also seem to play a part in the Milky Way’s magnetic field. One of the authors is astronomer Marijke Haverkorn of Radboud University Nijmegen, also affiliated with Leiden University.

Measurements made using CSIRO’s 64 metre Parkes radio telescope  in eastern Australia and published in today’s issue of Nature show that huge flows of charged particles travelling at 1,000 kilometres per second are spewing from the centre of our galaxy. ‘That’s  fast, even for astronomers’, said Dr Ettore Carretti, team leader at CSIRO. These outflows contain an extraordinary amount of energy – about a million times the energy of an exploding star. The outflows extend 50,000 light years: half the diameter of the whole of the Milky Way. Seen from Earth, the outflows stretch about two thirds across the sky from horizon to horizon.

Star formation creates magnetic field
According to the researchers – from Australia, the USA, Italy and the Netherlands – the outflow is due to the formation of new stars in the centre of the Milky Way. Their conclusion is based on precise measurements of radio waves emitted by the outflow under the influence of the Milky Way’s magnetic field. Many generations of stars forming and exploding over the last hundred million years have left behind flows of radiation in the rotating Milky Way in the form of a corkscrew, and it is these that have now been discovered.

‘The outflow from the galactic centre carries off not just gas and high-energy electrons, but also strong magnetic fields’, explained Marijke Haverkorn, who conducts research into magnetism in the universe.
‘The new observations help to answer an important question about the Milky Way: how it generates and maintains its magnetic field. We suspect that these outflows have a big part to play in this.’

Earlier measurements now explained
The outflows correspond to the enormous ‘Fermi bubbles’ of gamma radiation detected by the NASA Fermi space telescope in 2010 and published in Nature. Two possible causes of these surprising Fermi bubbles were given at the time: strong star formation or outbursts from the black hole in the centre of the Milky Way. ‘Our measurements now tell us that the bubbles are the result of the formation of millions of stars close to the centre of the Milky Way’, said Haverkorn.

Because the particles flow perpendicularly from the centre of the Milky Way into space, like a wheel axle, there is no threat to the Earth and our solar system, located some 30,000 light years from the centre of the Milky Way.

The conclusion of the scientists, as stated above is that this outflow from the center of the Milky Way is caused by the formation of new stars. According to what I receive, there is more to it than that.

The Nebula Strain gets it’s initial power from newly forms stars, yes…but the black hole in the center of galaxies creates unique pressures upon this stellar energy.  These pressures create event horizons in quantum non-locality throughout the universe. you can read Thoth’s definition of Event Horizons HERE. Only the first line is necessary to get the gist of it. The rest will probably cross your eyes…it did mine!

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