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Anyone familiar with David Talbott's Saturn Theory knows of the configuration of Saturn at earth's pole. What I would like to show is that if a coplanar system like our's enters z-pinch, it will tend towards not only being collinear, but coaxial as well. All the planets will go from orbiting and rotating in one plane (close to what we see now),to aligned and spinning on one axis.
It would be easier if I could find a correct diagram of a Birkeland current, but all I have seen are fundamentally flawed. The diagrams I see do not show field lines perpendicular to the filaments. They show field lines from both filaments being coplanar, but if the filaments are spiraling around each other, the field lines should cross. It's only when they show the combined fields that the orientation is correct. Can anyone help with a better diagram? [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Planets in the Northern sky.

If these ancient writings were based on valid observations rather than fantasy, what do they tell us? Cochrane, Cardona, and Talbott theorize that Earth formerly moved in an assembly of planets having no resemblance to our current solar system. As seen from Earth, several planets appeared together as towering forms in the northern sky. In its stable phase, the planets moved in "collinear" equilibrium - they stayed in a line as the system moved through space. For observers on earth, the result was a unified configuration in the heavens, visually dominated by a large glowing planet one we theorize to have been Saturn (then seen without its present ring system). This highly unusual planetary assembly was centered on the north celestial pole. It was regarded around the world as the cosmic center, the theater of the gods. [link to electric-cosmos.org]
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