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The Role of Scalar Energy in the Formation of Lenticular Clouds

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The Role of Scalar Energy in the Formation of Lenticular Clouds


There exists two (2) types of energy in the universe: electromagnetic energy and scalar energy. Scalar energy is a fundamental force in nature that is created by the Sun of our solar system as well as the stars in the universe. All physical forms in the universe are either assembled or disassembled by scalar energy, therefore, scalar energy is responsible for the geometry of the universe. All energy in the universe originates as scalar energy at the center of the Sun as well as the center of the stars. Subsequently, in many environments, scalar energy will convert and degrade into electromagnetic energy once it leaves the center of the Sun and stars.

Scalar energy is responsible for either assembling or disassembling a cloud in the atmosphere. Specifically, scalar energy that is contractive in nature will serve to assemble or form clouds, whereas, scalar energy that is expansive in nature will serve to disassemble or break apart clouds. As a primal force in nature, scalar energy is responsible for all weather phenomenon.

Volcanoes emit both contractive as well as expansive scalar energy from their apertures in the earth's crust which subsequently serve as a conduit for this primal force, scalar energy. For instance, during dormant periods, many volcanoes assemble lenticular cloud formations directly overhead which are lens-shaped clouds that are typically stationary and are not affected by the local wind patterns. Lenticular clouds are assembled by way of scalar energy due to the fact that scalar energy is capable of a contractive character that serves to assemble physical forms.


Lenticular Clouds Over Mt. Hood, Oregon Are Assembled by the Contractive Force of Scalar Energy


Lenticular Cloud Over Mount Hood


Scalar energy is also capable of assembling lenticular clouds in the vicinity of a volcano due to the fact that many volcanoes emanate a great deal of scalar energy from the cone. Typically, lenticular clouds will form in the proximity of a volcano as these lens-shaped clouds will hover over the summit. The photo below demonstrates a stationary, lenticular cloud at the summit of Mayon Volcano, Philippines. Lenticular clouds are entrained to a volcano or mountain by the scalar energy that emanates from the ground. As such, lenticular clouds do not move with the wind as exhibited by normal, atmospheric clouds.


Lenticular Cloud Atop the Mayon Volcano, Philippines. Scalar Energy Creates Lenticular Clouds in the Vicinity of Many Volcanoes and Mountains


Lenticular Cloud Over Mayon Volcano


Furthermore, the release and upwelling of scalar energy inside the earth is the cause of seismic activity. Many regions in the world known for seismic activity also experience a great number of lenticular clouds as a testimony to this heightened scalar energy activity. In specific, there is a correlation between seismic activity and the presence of lenticular clouds in many regions throughout the world. The photograph below of Mount Hotaka and Mount Otensho, Japan are part of a mountain range known as the Japanese Alps. These mountains were initially created by large-scale movements within the Earth's crust known as plate tectonics. Hence, it is scalar energy that serves as the animating force for the creation of mountain ranges as well as the subsequent lenticular clouds that serve as a testimony to this super-abundance of scalar energy.

Additionally, the plate tectonics experienced in the Japanese Alps can be attributed to the release of scalar energy within the earth. That is, the release of scalar energy within the Earth's core is the animating force behind all plate tectonics that will subsequently produce mountain ranges, volcanoes, fault lines, subduction regions, folding, faulting, landslides, etc. In short, scalar energy is the animating force of earthquakes, volcanoes and even mountain ranges.


The Lenticular Clouds That Hover Atop Mount Hotaka and Mount Otensho Are an Indication of the Super-Abundance of Scalar Energy Within This Region That Served as the Underlying Cause of This Mountain Range


Lenticular Clouds over Mount Hotaka and Mount Otensho


In synopsis, scalar energy is the primary cause of the formation of clouds, including lenticular clouds. Scalar energy below, upon and above the surface of the earth is able to either assemble or disassemble clouds. Hence, weather patterns are the result of scalar energy instructions that pervade the earth. All weather phenomena such as rain, wind, clouds, cloudless conditions, hurricanes, tornadoes, snow, hail, etc. are directly attributed to scalar energy and how this primal force interacts with the local environment.

Once mankind will acknowledge and embrace scalar energy, then, weather and seismic activity will be better understood. This realization will serve to allow mankind to eventually predict weather and seismic activity with greater certainty. Then, humanity will greatly benefit from one of God the Father's greatest creations: scalar energy.

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