The Event Chronicle Editor Note: I grew up in the 70s and vividly remember the distinctive yellow-tinged hue of our sun that gave off a softer warmth that is vastly different than our sun today. I’ve tried to talk to people about this over the years and have even gotten into silly arguments with family members over this topic.
“But there’s another thing I want to talk about, which is what this . . . what I think this flash is in a physical way. And that is that the equator of the Sun rotates every 26 days, while the north and south hemispheres rotate every 37 days.
And what happens is the bottom of the Sun goes this way (counterclockwise), and the top of the Sun goes this way (clockwise), and you create torsion shear, it’s called. And after a while, this build up. It starts crossing each other and building up, and it takes about 25,000 or so years for this to just completely . . . and we’re at that place right now.
The Sun used to be yellow. Okay? The Sun is no longer yellow. It’s white now. And I’m old enough to tell you, it used to be yellow. And anybody my age will tell you that the Sun definitely was yellow.
If you look at little kids’ drawings from 30 or 40 years ago, . . . Now they draw the Sun as white, but we used to draw the Sun as yellow.
And it’s changed, and NASA knows this. And I think chemtrails are attempts by the elites to dampen this incredible light.
I know guys who do construction, and they tell me . . . they’re in their 40s, and they tell me that, Jay, 75 degrees doesn’t feel like 75 degrees anymore. It feels like 95 degrees.
He says, “It says 75 degrees, but I’m absolutely toasting on the roof of the house that I’m baking.” And I said, that’s because the solar, the UV, is through the roof. We’ve never seen UV like the ultraviolet like they see it right now…