The North Star or Pole Star – aka Polaris – is famous for holding nearly still in our sky while the entire northern sky moves around it. That’s because it’s located nearly at the north celestial pole, the point around which the entire northern sky turns. Polaris marks the way due north. Polaris is not the brightest star in the nighttime sky, as is commonly believed. It’s only about the 50th brightest. Here is a basic video on the north star.
The single point of light that we see as Polaris is actually a triple star system, or three stars orbiting a common center of mass. The primary star, Polaris A, is a supergiant with about six times the mass of our sun. A close companion, Polaris Ab, orbits 2 billion miles from Polaris.
Much farther away, near the top of the illustration, is the third companion Polaris B. Polaris B is located approximately 240 billion miles from Polaris A. The two companion stars are the same temperature as Polaris A, but are dwarf stars.
Astronomers estimate Polaris’ distance at 430 light-years. Considering the distance, Polaris must be a respectably luminous star. According to the star aficionado Jim Kaler, Polaris is a yellow supergiant star shining with the luminosity of 2500 suns. Polaris is also the closest and brightest Cepheid variable star – a type of star that astronomers use to figure distances to star clusters and galaxies.
Astrophysicists have a few ways to calculate the mass, age, and distance of a star like Polaris. The problem with Polaris is that no one can agree on how big or distant it is – see here. “It is challenging to draw significant conclusions beyond the fact that Polaris continues to be an enduring mystery, and the more we measure, the less we seem to understand,” researchers have stated.
Fun facts, and great for navigation and science, but what other things could the north star mean to us?
The talk of UFOs is everywhere. Leading some to say, “Where they come from remains a mystery, but one thing is fairly safe to say: UFOs are with us and always have been.” Could the answer come from the north star?
Tom DeLonge has been an enigma and outspoken pop culture artist on the topic of UFOs. He claims he has been given special privilege from US government officials to begin exposing truths to the public about UFOs and new technology coming very soon. The idea is that government officials would rather use pop culture to introduce the idea to the public in a controlled way to ensure that new technology and the change it brings can be better integrated into society in this manner.
DeLonge left his pop culture band Blink-182 in 2015 and founded a company called, To the Stars, which has since grown into a vast and tough to pin down venture, publishing DeLonge’s sci-fi novels and children’s books, producing films and TV shows, and even releasing some music.
DeLonge’s To the Stars company is also a hub of research into the unknown, and the staff that DeLonge employed to get the project off the ground, which included a number of high-ranking former government officials, still seems remarkable years later. See below an investor video for DeLonge’s To the Stars company.
Delonge recently participated in a podcast discussion to further the UFO theories he has had into the unknown, the likelihood that the north star in the New Testament was actually a UFO, and the ways in which consciousness can manipulate matter. DeLonge suggests that extraterrestrials may not exist, rather entities from alternative realities, though with new technologies that could change the world as we know it. Hear below the DeLonge podcast speaking on this subject.
So what about this idea of Biblical entities and UFOs coming out of the north star, as Delonge suggests?
I didn’t bring up the Bible. DeLonge did, a man that does not seem to have a long history of religious beliefs. So, let’s see Biblically where the north (perhaps the north star) intersects with God. Consider the following.
- Leviticus 1:11: “… on the side of the altar northward before the Lord ...” God is in the north?
- Psalm 75:6: “For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south.” Evidently the north.
- Job 26:7: “He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing.” The universe came out of the north.
- Isaiah 14:13: “For thou hast said in thine heart, ‘I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God; I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north.” God’s throne in the north?
- Psalms 48:2: “Beautiful in situation, the joy of the whole earth is Mount Zion; on the sides of the north, the city of the great King.” God’s throne in the north?
This is pretty clear evidence that God, maybe heaven too, is in the north – perhaps beyond the north star in another dimension. Heaven described Biblically, is not on earth, else, where did Christ resurrect to? Many Biblical references suggest this – see some here.
The plot thickens.
Delonge said something very eerily familiar from Biblical texts (catch the last minute of the above podcast), though he may not have realized it. He suggested that something was coming, a “truth,” that could unite all religions in some sort of utopia – with some new technological power that would be, pardon the pun, a godsend.
Something this astounding could cause the religions and nations of the world to unite under a single leadership. This astounding Biblical prophesy of this can be seen in both Daniel 7 and Revelation 13 (see here a nice comparison). Some have called this the Anti-Christ. See here specifically in Revelation 13:14-16:
“14 And he deceives those who dwell on the earth by those signs which he was granted to do in the sight of the beast, telling those who dwell on the earth to make an image to the beast who was wounded by the sword and lived. 15 He was granted power to give breath to the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak and cause as many as would not worship the image of the beast to be killed. 16 He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads.”
Is this astounding power Delonge speaks of that unites mankind, the same power described in Revelation 13 (and here) … OR another narrative entirely? Remember, the Biblically story also says, all the nations of the world would unite to fight against God upon his return – see here. Many, even governments are beginning to believe something is happening.
Perhaps a scientific proof of God (or some “highly advanced technological entities”) lies somewhere past the north star – via a portal into another dimension. Two warring factions (God and Satan) with not-of-this-earth technology, where we humans are the pawns – even recruits in a boot camp in this war. The Bible talk makes the narrative not sound scientific. If these “highly advanced technological entities” have always existed, they may have communicated early on with humans and they wrote in terms that they could understand at the time. Coming invaders from the north star – real, metaphoric, or mere nonsense, worth a Sunday Thought.
Will Tom DeLonge reveal these truths to us? Are governments and elites preparing the public for what is about to come? Are the “highly advanced technological entities” preparing us? It is truly amazing how quickly people will believe that UFOs are fact – and a Bible story is ridiculous. Wouldn’t today’s artifacts of what we see in the news of evidence of UFOs not be the same for a God narrative described in the Bible? Give us your take in the comment section below.
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