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Monday, February 12, 2018

A NASA satellite, noticed the Black Sun Rahu during the Eclipse

One of the satellites NASA recorded an unusual object during observation of a solar Eclipse that happened a few days ago and observed from the United States (and even blinded President Donald trump). A strange dark celestial body made lovers of conspiracy to remember something from Indian mythology.

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Satellite LASCO C3 during constant observations of the Sun took during the Eclipse, a huge dark sphere that appeared on his background. What was this celestial phenomenon is just an optical effect – the researchers did not even consider it necessary to clarify. Everything seems to be logical: Eclipse, the Sun is significantly brighter than usual, in this backlighting what not will be behind the light source. But supporters of conspiracy theories immediately reminded of the mythical “black sun Raha”.

In Indian mythology there is mention of the existence of two complementary mysterious planets Rahu and Ketu. Rahu is referred to as the “black sun”, which is on the verge worlds, and periodically appears near the Sun, causing “clouding” of”. In this regard, there is a theory that thus in the myths described just a phenomenon of the Eclipse of the Sun.

However, legends about Rahu and Ketu still do not have an exact justification, because fans of cosmic mysteries on specialized sites is now in full debate: if in the annals described the Eclipse, then what the object was recorded by NASA satellite?

See also: “Stream total solar Eclipse “dropped” NASA website”


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