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Did an other-worldly spacecraft protect us from a recent solar flare?

On June 2, 2022, a strange object situated itself next to our sun and appeared to deflect a large solar flare that was headed directly towards Earth. In this image from LASCO C2 (Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph) on board the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory satellite (SOHO) you can see this unknown object and the solar flare, which is partially blocked by an unknown object.

Solar flares normally shoot directly out into space in their entirety, but this flare is blocked by something in front of it. That something was very large, and it appears to have protected us from the flare. Solar flares can cause havoc for us on Earth such as cell phone disruptions, electrical interference, and even if large enough, extinction level events. If this was another intelligence helping us out, we owe them thanks. They may have saved us from disastrous consequences.

From the soho website: “The Sun is not just a big bright ball. It has a complicated and changing magnetic field, which forms things like sunspots and active regions. The magnetic field sometimes changes explosively, spitting out clouds of plasma and energetic particles into space and sometimes even towards Earth. The solar magnetic field changes on an 11-year cycle. Every solar cycle, the number of sunspots, flares, and solar storms increases to a peak, which is known as the solar maximum. Then, after a few years of high activity, the Sun will ramp down to a few years of low activity, known as the solar minimum. This pattern is called the "sunspot cycle", the "solar cycle", or the "activity cycle". Stars like the Sun shine for nine to ten billion years. The Sun is about 4.5 billion years old, judging by the age of moon rocks. Based on this information, current astrophysical theory predicts that the Sun will become a red giant in about five billion (5,000,000,000) years.”

According to, the Sun is stirring from its latest slumber and sunspots and flares are increasing.

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