a reply to: GallopingFish
Little knowledge is dangerous.
The sun can be seen in space.
I can understand the confusion, though, because Earth's atmosphere acts in various ways, enhancing the sun's effect. Sun doesn't look identical
outside the atmosphere.
Sun is basically radiating pure energy, that then converts into sub-energies, like light and warmth when it hits the atmosphere of a planet. However,
you'd still see the sun, but it wouldn't look as bright or glowing (but it'd still be dangerous to stare at it, and it would burn you in a blink of
eyes (I don't like to use only one eye as an example, because that'd be masonic, and unrealistic - whoever really usually blinks only one eye? When
that's done, it's called "winking" instead of "blinking")) if you become exposed (it's very hot on moon, and of course on every surface that's
exposed to the sun's energy in space - except the shadow side, which is very cold).
So I can comprehend why such a confusion can be born - sun looks tiny and dim by comparison to how we usually see it through the magnifying
Maybe you mean that light-as-energy cannot be seen, until it converts to sub-energies, like light and heat by hitting an object, surface or atmosphere
- and there, you'd be almost correct. Until the pure energy is light, it probably can't be seen very brightly - though I am not sure that it's
The fun fact is, none of us can really know FOR SURE, until we can get out, away from Earth's atmosphere, and see for ourselves. Everything that we
know about space and sun is pretty much second-hand information, even if it's true. That way, it's not truly -true- information, like the things we
can experience directly. But then again, if we only talked about such things, conversations would be very tiny and boring. Either we could only
discuss things we can all experience, or the things we discuss would not have been experienced by others, rendering them useless from their point of
But to convolute your point further; the surface of your eyes IS something the light can bounce off of.. (:
Btw, I wonder if the Rayleigh-Scattering theory is correct about why the sky is blue.. there has been some arguments against it, but can any of us
truly and really know, without expanding our consciousness or reading Akasha directly? Perhaps if we can expand ourselves to become the sky itself (or
reach to that part of our selves - after all, all is One, which means, that we already are also the skies of all planets simultaneously, we just
don't remember it in our usual consciousness), or just remember our previous existence (before incarnation) very clearly, we can have the true
This is beginning to sound like philosophy, probably, but .. how much, and what, can we truly know for sure? Especially of such extraterrestrial
matters, like what the sun would really look like outside Earth's magnifying influence? (The spaceships that have been sent to space from this planet
are usually operating way below the deadly Van Allen belts, so Earth's atmosphere is still a factor, possibly distorting their view - and can we
really trust an organization that was created by Nazi criminals?)
So they just changed "NAZI" into "NAZA" and flipped the Z around..