Not a bad article pretty good for what is released for public reading. Space does not have the density throughout it. the density here IS changing at the end of this great cycle, here and all the other areas of this sector of space that are in, or going to be in, or leaving this particular beam of energy coming from the center of the Milky Way. we have been in this, still in the edges of it, since Oct 2006. this is not the photon belt although we are in it too.
the vibration is increasing and the density changing and that would affect the speed of light, making it faster. I have hit on some ideas, your post caused me to open up a link to my knowledge packet, called my monad, and I need to digest it a bit more, I can do some more clarification. I already forgot a bit of what I wanted to say, biggy headache coming on again. Possibly due to the 30 minutes gamma ray blast that may be the cause of the satellite issue with Dish.
I want to draw me a couple pics, of images i see in my head but don't have an earth english vocabularly for. (which is one reason this world has to adopt and further develop ONE language, so communications can be consistant.)
We are not necessarily moving closer to the sun. That would not much affect the speed of light anyway, it would just arrive sooner, but the speed of light I know is affected further out in the solar system from the sun. Density is not exactly the same of local space as it comes nearer the borders of the heliosphere. Our year has shortened.
This solar system is being moved closed to our real central sun, Alcyone, though, by intend as part of building up this sector of Nebadon, into at least 4d consciousness and lighter density. Everyone tells about how Nibiru is here, it's not, but we are never going to confront it again, partly because we are being moved, it's being moved, and if it stays at the low vibration it is, this solar system will be invisible to Nibiru eventually, we won't be on their radar.
I think if I spend a bit of time on notes and thinking, I can come up with something I can put into what english I know.