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ZetaTalk: Charged Dust Cloud
written Oct 24, 2003

Here in the northeast coast of the USA (NJ and PA) we keep having occurances [Sep 4] of stray small, very red (almost neon) clouds that will emitt lightning from them. No thunder, no rain. These clouds stand out by themselves.
Signs of the Times #248
Here in Norway [Oct 10], suddenly the whole sky was illuminated and all the traffic lights blacked out for 2 seconds. A bright light followed by a blackout could suggest that it was just lightening, but it was nothing like that. There was no thunder or other lightening all day. The sky was relatively clear. The entire sky was illuminated and looked nothing like lightning.
Signs of the Times #346
Iron ore is magnetically configured to pull out of any soup it is free to move within, and does so particularly in space. Planet X, like a big magnet, swept through the [Asteroid Belt] and emerged with a larger dust cloud, each time. We have mentioned that the tail curls toward the Earth, pulled by gravity and magnetic and other attractants. The cloud itself exists because there is some kind of glue holding it together. There is more than gravity involved, as this is too simplistic an explanation, and more than magnetism though the iron ore is certainly more magnetically active than most dust clouds.
ZetaTalk: Red Dust, written Jan 11, 2003

Dust, in Earth’s atmosphere, drifts down to settle, at times slowly depending upon its weight but the process is invariable, often clearing out during a rainstorm where tiny dust particles cause the moisture to cling, a start to the raindrop. Why then, on a water planet such as Planet X, does a dust cloud shroud the planet, perpetually? The dust cloud, composed primarily of red oxidized iron particles, is charged, and the particles thus more interested in a magnetic dance, particle to particle, than in any gravity attraction that the weighty corpus of Planet X might present. The cloud bristles, resisting gravity as electrified hair brushed on a dry winters day does, standing out from the head and crackling. What happens when this charged dust approaches the Earth and enters Earth’s atmosphere?

Man is familiar with magnetism and electricity, and thinks of these two phenomena as one since an electromagnet can engender a magnetic field from an electron particle flow. They are not one, not two, but hundreds and man has scarcely imagined the scope of the phenomena. What causes the tail of Planet X to curl toward the Earth as the passage approaches? It is not merely that the solar wind blows it in the direction of Earth, as placement and proximity would have allowed this for some weeks, if not months, already. It is certainly not the gravity attraction of Earth, puny in comparison to the home planet, Planet X. Likewise the magnetic attraction of Planet X vastly out commands Earth. The tail becomes caught in a particle flow between the Earth and Planet X, surging with this particle flow toward Earth, and where not seen at that time from Earth due to its dust clogged view, back toward Planet X at the periphery.

Imagine this scene, Planet X as the bully magnet entering the neighborhood from the South, its N Pole pointing toward the Earth’s S Pole. Where both planets align with the Sun’s magnetic alignment, static despite NASA’s claims that this alignment switches about during solar flare cycles, the approach of Planet X from below the Ecliptic is such that its N Pole engages the Earth’s S Pole first, in the drama. The Earth has reacted to this approach by rising up in its Ecliptic Plane, so the flow of magnetic particles can move from the N Pole of Planet X into the S Pole of Earth, the alignment magnets prefer. Thus, as the magnetic fields touched and engaged, the red dust cloud already had a path to align with. When rotation slows to a stop, it is because the planets have come closer to each other, and this flow, from N Pole to S Pole, increases in intensity.

The dust cloud then swarms toward Earth, from the south, roaring past Earth to coalesce at the N Pole and out again to swing back far afield with the particle flow around to the S Pole of Planet X. The effect is a massive swarming red dust cloud, with the bright corpus of Planet X seen in the center, in appearance as though attempting to engulf the Earth. This dust lands in significant amounts only when the atmosphere of Earth is stripped away so resistance is lessened, during the days of rotation stoppage when the flow of magnetic particles has put force behind these charged particles. They are then bombarding the Earth in a sand blasting effect.