Self-scarring planet, tatoos of old and new, a ritualistic link
Might the ancient practice of body scarring have a connection to witnessed events which were equated to planetary deities being physically scarred on their surfaces and other phenomena seen in the celestial realm?
The answer may involve the most complex investigative process yet to be accomplished but part of the work is already done, for there has already been a connection drawn to ancient symbols being inspired by plasma events in the celestial realm (Thunderbolts project). So now we might ask: why are those patterns also found in aboriginal tatoo designs on skin and body painting rituals, were thier ancestors inspired to scar themselves in similar manner as was seen in the phases of the celestial drama of old?
This question is equally as important as establishing with some level of certainty that solid celestial bodies are scarred in a manner and with patterns that are replicable by electrical discharge to dust covered surfaces and even surfaces that are not comprised of loose material, such as comets.
You can see the results from these experiments throughout the pages in this directory and parent directories. From this evidence you can see conclusively that electrical activity can produce planetary-like features, so now we just need to look for evidence of the cause. One activity has been seen on the moon
as Transient Lunar Phenomena (TLP). Other activity has been observed on Mars as
dust storms, dust devils strange lights and of course the remnant features.
We know with a relatively high level of certianty that our planet is involved in two levels of lightning or electrical activity,,, one we can reprodice on a daily basis in the dry environment of our homes and similar conditions where strong electrical exchange can be effected when the potential develops. In nature, there is a similar potential which develops due to atmospheric activity,, such as wind blown across an isolated span of wire, imparting a state of charge in them that creates a dangerous condition if touched.. Similar conditions reqire static dischargers on aircraft and the like. Lightning may fall into this catagory.
Another level of discharge is not so easily experienced and involves
between the electrical evironment of space and our atmosphere,, seen as
those -long-dismissed, upper atmospheric light anomolies, these boundary-crossing
events are often associated with large storms. Some people might suggest
that all storm
electricity has a boundary-crossing connection,, but that may be a stretch or lead us to our next consideration.
Our atmosphere does much to isolate us from the direct affect of those
events but what if we had a smaller gap between the ionospheric boundary
and the planet's surface, is this accomplished in part during those huge
storms which produce extreme lightning? The scars of these events could be
consider as a form of self scarring which involves ONLY THE PLANET AND ITS
SURROUNDING ENVIORNMENT, in contrast to what might occur if two
planetary bodies were to come into close proximity.
On a daily basis our planet experiences self-scarring so why not other bodies that are within the same electrical environment of the sun but have differing degrees of atmospheric separation from the ionospheric boundary, or could it be called our double layer? Do planets with thin atmospheres also have an ionospheric boundary? If so, then their surface features need not be regarded as a remnant of some distant event, but rather as ongoing modification of the surface in self-scarring fashion.
The thunderbolts project has focused on the type of scarring which would be classified as inter-planetary discharges but these events may not account for as many features as are visibly present today. We should expect some level of scarring from the huge dust storms on Mars in the form of common electrical discharge patterns, including craters. Other patterns which might be directly associated with dust storm are the hanging-dendritic fans seen descending down from cliff faces all over Mars. Experiments have shown that; during and electrical discharge of a surface the path taken by the discharge can carry with it the influence to reform entrained material into inverted branching patterns as the current is drawn up thorugh a vertical extension of the surface. Shown in the following images as domes and strips of metal over which the discharge is drawn.
We should also consider the scarring of comets as a form of self-scarring. From this we can differentiate those scars from those formed by planetary interactions.
Experiments at various levels of electrical potential have given evidence that calls for consideration of various types of planetary electrical activity and the scarring which results. Craters can be formed without a hint of visible electrical activity,, just the displacement of material in very specific patterns by an electric wind wich either blasts the material into perfectly circular craters or spins the material around and separates it, often forming a central mound in the process. Also, material can be removed en-mass without a hint of visible electrical activity. The features formed in these experiments match planetary features in great detail with many residual processes to lend further comparison.
As hinted to years ago with Transient Lunar Phenomona, so to with activity and features on Mars and elsewhere,, these are self-scarring processes, which can be differentiated from the "proposed" inter-planetary discharges by the freshness of their signitures.
If we don't look for it We may be missing a vast array of conditions which leave signitures of more recent activity that speaks of the self-scarring nature behind planetary sculpting...
As time permits, links and images will be added to this page to guide you to the evidence.