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 Oggetto del messaggio: questions regarding "symbols of an alien sky"
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Hello,

I do have some questions regarding the theory. Maybe someone can enlighten me.In the film the alignment of Saturn, Venus, Mars and the earth was being referred to by prehistoric man as the second sun or the superior sun. However, I find it hard to believe that such an alignment could have been stable for a long period of time (hundreds or thousands of years). After all each planet has a different rotational speed around the sun. Therefore the inner planets (earth, mars) would rotate faster than the outer planets (Venus, Saturn) and prevent a stable alignment.Would such an alignment be kept stable by the binding electromagnetic force between those planets (resulting in plasma discharges)? Is there a way to figure out the strength of such a field by taking in to account the gravitational pull that would have to be overcome?And if so, how did we end up with the radically different orbits of the planets around the sun in today`s solar system? How did Venus end up being the second planet orbiting around the sun (comet reference?), Saturn being the sixth planet and Jupiter being the fifth planet in our solar system?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:-
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpB ... f=4&t=4932
eLearning Solution Video

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