Monday, March 11, 2013

The Moons of Saturn, gravity and the evolution of life

The three cloud formations molded by gravity propelled forward by approaching New Moons and AGCM.

In science, it is all about what you can prove. My article The Phenomena of Evolution Captured was met with skepticism by many science aficionados in spite of the fact that I presented primary evidence to support my hypothesis that gravity propelled forward by the Alignment Geometries of Celestial Mechanics ( AGCM ) will override DNA in living matter, is a fundamental stimulus in the process of evolution, that it is possibly the architect of DNA  since the early stages of the evolution of life on Earth and may be the way life evolves within other solar systems across the universe.

In this article I will use the most recent observations made about the Moons of Saturn collected by the Cassini Solstice Mission to illustrate how gravity is propelled forward by AGCM and I will link this to phenomena I have photographed in the clouds and the experiments I did with plants.

I will not reveal my calculations at this time, as I will include them in the scientific paper I am working on: How the chemistry of life is entangled with celestial mechanics: this to preserve my copyrights and privilege of discovery. NASA and other scientists have not yet understood my hypothesis as you can see by the links provided below. I am bringing this hypothesis and initial evidence to the world as an artist who inadvertently made an unusual discovery.


After the Big Bang gravity began clumping quarks, gluons, electrons and neutrinos; protons and neutrons formed deuterium, helium and lithium nuclei. Eventually electrons combined with protons and these low mass nuclei formed neutral atoms. The clumping action of gravity contracted clouds of atoms into stars where hydrogen and helium fused into more massive chemical elements. As stars were born the clouds of particles swirling around them became planets due to the stars own gravitational pull. Moons that possessed their own gravity field surrounded some planets. Scientists observed that the force of gravity created mass and in return mass created gravity. Another feature of gravity that has been noted is its propensity to repeat patterns even though it also creates endless variety.

In Saturn’s Moons we can witness how AGCM propel gravity forward in various patterns to fashion a marvel of our solar system, the rings of Saturn. Saturn’s rings are the result of the AGCM of its Moons. As we observe the actions of four of its Moons on the formation patterns of Saturn’s rings we witness the range of gravity’s action.

Enceladus has an irregular orbit around Saturn that is elliptical in such a way that the gravitational pull between it and Saturn will vary in dramatic intensity whether the Moon is close to the planet or far. Scientists believe this causes huge tidal forces that flex the body of Enceladus to generate energy and heat. Enceladus spews huge plumes of water because of this process, and adds to the volume of ice particles in Saturn’s rings. Here the AGCM impact on the form and function of the mass of the moon. Enceladus illustrates that a celestial body composed mostly of water is quickly malleable under the influence of gravity propelled forward by AGCM. Our Earth and the bodies of living organisms on our planet are composed of mostly water.

Prometheus and Pandora’s combined gravitational pull attracts particles in the F ring towards them to craft an intriguing spiral shape. The effects of these moons on the particles of water in the ring show that gravity can operate from a large distance.

Mimas forms precise alignments in orbital resonance with particles in the Huygens Gap at the inner edge of the Cassini Division. This 2:1ratio of orbital period provokes the episodic gravitational influence that nudges particles out of the Cassini Division with natural frequency. Mimas demonstrates that gravity separates masses by acting on particles, by clumping them in one area while emptying another, and that there is a clocklike mechanism in its capacity to clear the Cassini Division. By resonating at the same point regularly, the action of Mimas on particles strengthens the form sculpted in the Cassini Division. This moon shows us how gravity constructs form and sustains stability with AGCM beginning at the particle level.

Now lets come down to Earth and its Moon. The first effect that is agreed upon universally about the orbital periods of the Sun Moon and Earth is the impact that the increased gravitational fields of New and Full Moons have on the tides of the ocean. We have observed a relative stability of the shape of Earth, of its rotations, orbits and seasonal cycles that tell us that the gravitational pulls between the Earth and the Moon have produced a system that has maintained itself for many years.
On the left is the angle that produced the anthropomorphic form in
the clouds, on the right is the angle that produced the
anthropomorphic features in Normand.

As an artist I have observed for years how “time and space” created phenomena. The concept I had of “time and space” included lunar cycles and celestial mechanics as opposed to the current constructs of time based on technologies that use the speed of light as a constant. This form making propensity of “time and space” fascinated me so much I developed an artistic project to verify the correctness of what I was observing. My calculations of “time and space” gave me the three images of the clouds assuming anthropomorphic features in front of three approaching New Moons.  These images were taken within a two-year period on three separate occasions. Although each has its unique features, they all share startling similarities: they appear at the predicted space and time, the eyes looking curiously back at me, the bald head, the strong nose, the elf like ears and related AGCM. After this art project I had to take a science class at McGill University in the fall of 2011 to really understand what was happening. After this class, I concluded gravity was responsible for sculpting the human features in the water particles of the clouds in front of  the three different approaching New Moons.  This combined with the larger AGCM of the moments when I took the photos nudged the particles to form human features for a limited amount of time that varied with each photograph.

There was another New Moon that should have produced anthropomorphic features in front of the Sun, but I could not afford to go to Rome where the phenomena may have manifested. I decided to use my calculations to plant lemon seeds to see if the anthropomorphic phenomena would manifest in plant life. The angle of the New Moon to my position on Earth at the moment of planting the lemon seeds was different than for the ones that produced human faces in front of the Sun.

As you can see the group on the left is smaller
than the group on the right.
After McGill I decided to put my hypothesis to the test using Amaryllis bulbs. As an artist I had hoped to present this project as a living installation so people could see with their own eyes how gravity propelled forward by AGCM sculpts living matter. I knew I could produce two groups of different size plants simply by planting the two groups at two different times when the AGCM would distribute the mass in the solar system differently. I have yet to find an institution that will present my project to the public but independently I succeeded in creating two groups of remarkably different size and mass using my calculations.

Normand the lemon tree that used one of his leaves to
sculpt a human face.

In the fall of 2012, one of the lemon seeds planted the year before manifested anthropomorphic features as I had expected. This proves to me that gravity and AGCM override DNA as my lemon tree, Normand, behaves way beyond normal lemon trees. It tells me that gravity engendered the evolution of life beginning at the particle level, that tiny shifts occurred with the natural frequency of orbital resonance of the lunar cycles and the AGCM of the entire solar system, that over many cycles of time and space gravity clumped the organic matter the same way it clumped other matter in the universe and this active substance evolved into all the living creatures past and present. It makes me see the actions of gravity on the first living cells on our planet in a whole new light because I know AGCM were affecting them in ways as yet incalculable by us.


If you follow the links provided by NASA and the BBC you will see visually the same principles at work that have acted on the cloud formations and on the size and shape of plants presented in this article. This is very exciting! It means there are infinite resources to harness from the universe simply by understanding the mystifying force of gravity.

In April 2013 I will perform a new experiment with Amaryllis bulbs. Like the previous one, the object will be to make two groups of different mass and size from the same variety of bulbs. This year I will add another feature to observe, I will analyze the consequence of AGCM and gravity on the moisture in the soil of the two groups. It is my belief that understanding the mysteries of gravity on the evolution of life will be extremely useful to help us rebuild our ecology.

© Lena Ghio 2013

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