Our SUN is a nuclear engine and a clean energy resource. Nuclear energy originates with the splitting of uranium atoms – a process called fission. The sun sends out a constant flow of solar material called the solar wind, which creates an immense magnetic bubble containing our solar system, which extends well beyond the orbit of Pluto. The entire solar magnetic field or grid is a bubble around the planets called the heliosphere that acts as a shield to protect the planets from interstellar radiation.
The heliosphere is the region in space influenced by the sun’s SOLAR WINDS, created from the process of fission that encompasses our solar system. The solar wind, the magnetic grid system overlays the magnetic grid, aura of the earth to transfer information and energy by means of inductance. These overlapping magnetic fields of sun and earth allow exchange, amplification and recalibration of information and energy. It changes the resonance of the planet without a POWER source.
As the Sun ages, it slowly grows hotter due to the accumulation of residual energy emitted by its core thermonuclear fusion reactions. Initially, the Sun was only around 70% as luminous as it is today. The Sun’s luminosity increased gradually and will continue to increase in the future. Astronomers estimate that the Sun’s luminosity will increase about 6% every billion years.