The Creation of Black Holes

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times December 2018

© M.T. Keshe/The Keshe Foundation. All rights reserved. Author: Nuc. Ir. Mehran Tavakoli Keshe Date of Internet release: 3.12.2006 Extract from Book 3: The Origin of the Universe Revised: 2012
Keywords: black holes, astronomy, universe, space, macro.

Published: December 2018.


The original version of this paper, which explains how black holes are created and how they leak matters and rays into the environment of the universe, was submitted to the Royal Astronomical Society of United Kingdom in London in April of 2004 for peer review and publication. The author after three months received on the 8.7.2004 a letter (Fig. 30) from the Society dated 7.7.2004 saying that this paper will not be published and will be kept in the library of the Society.

Interestingly enough on the same day 8.7.2004 (check the press) Mr. Steven Hawking, the imminent black hole scientist and expert in this field of science announced that after thirty years he has changed his mind and he says that indeed the black holes do leak out rays and he announced this in a conference in Dublin later that month (see the press), so now he has lost a bit of shirt.

We have wondered for years how coincidental was the topic, the date of the letter from the institute, the date of announcement, and the change of mind of a scientist!

This is the reason why the Keshe Foundation does not believe in the scandals and process of peer review and publishes its own scientific papers on its website and its own books for the reader to peer review the newly gain knowledge. With this process the knowledge is passed on first hand to the public and in some cases in a matter of hours of the discovery, not waiting for month and years until there is a gap in some journal where the paper can be published. The Keshe Foundation firmly believes that ‘if a man has reached the age of maturity and intelligence so that he can read, then he can independently investigate and judge the correctness of the knowledge he receives according to his own level of intelligence for himself”, unless he is an innocent, then he needs to accept the enforced control system of peer reviewing to tell him what to think. This peer reviewing can suit the self-interest of the peer reviewer, or the organization which supports him financially or the nation which has promoted the peer reviewer for their own clandestine purposes, and we have seen the same process of control through peer review systems on different occasions in different countries around the world in recent times. A copy of the letter from the Royal Astronomical Society is enclosed at the end of this chapter for reference. (Fig. 29).


Black holes function as the agents of recycling in the universe, and the cosmic matters that they attract are eventually redistributed to other celestial bodies. They appear dark because they form from collision of plasmas of passive magnetic fields that do not interact strongly enough to create visible light. Because of its rapid rotation the matters absorbed by the black hole attain the field strength of principal matter and form a principal star. Eventually its intense gravitational force weakens and its contents begin to escape in the form of cosmic rays and other particles. Though it may last for thousands of years this phase is essentially temporary and the originating magnetic fields slowly move on and separate. A similar process takes place in the surface plasmas of the Sun creating the temporary dark spots that are often seen, especially in the phases when the Sun’s polarity is reversed.


Black holes are created out of a natural sequence of events in the universe and the existence of black holes in the galaxies and in the universe is a normal event, as is the appearance of the dark spots on the surface of the Sun. Black holes are simply a creation or an outcome of natural interaction between two or more mafs, passive magnetic fields and matters in motion within any dynamic plasmatic magnetic field entity in the universe (Fig. 27).


In this paper for the first time, it will be explained how a black hole is physically created and also:

  1. The conditions in which this physical object is created in the universe naturally.
  2. How this body of the mass appears as a dark spot in the galaxy.
  3. What purpose it serves in the universe.
  4. Parallel example of the black hole condition in our solar system.
  5. The use of this phenomenon to enable man to travel in space.

If one could fully understand the concepts of the creation of galaxies, stars and planets and plasmas, then one could be able to understand the creation and existence of the black hole in the universe in its different scales, since the creation of these entities in the universe follows the same principle for all of them.

Fig. 27: Interaction of two plasmatic energy fields creating the effect of a black hole.

In understanding the fundamental principle that galaxies like solar systems and planets are given their inner mass and energy at the point of their birth in the universe, so they cannot create additional masses and new source of energy on their own, it is understandable that galaxies can only recycle what they have been given at the start of their lives, to create different new objects like stars or planets within themselves. In universal terms they have a finite mass and energy available to them and nothing more. But at the same time as a part of the bigger picture galaxies have to obey the universal laws of physics. Consequently, all galaxies follow the same rules and so do their physical contents like solar systems and atoms within them.

Black holes are created primarily and only under one condition in the universe and as the consequences of other events in a galaxy. They are not created as a deliberate act and as a predetermined plan in and by a galaxy. But in their way, they make an enormous contribution in keeping the matters in their surrounding environment in check during their relatively short life. At the same time they redistribute fresh materials throughout the galaxy during their cycle of existence. This is done through and as the consequent of them being the source for the creation of cosmic rays in their galaxies, as this is very much like production systems of natural fertilizers of galaxies, where the old matters give their energy in an indirect way to the other existing planets to keep them healthy and for them to receive sustenance from their galaxy. Black holes in the universe are nothing but the collection centre and recycle waste bin of cosmic debris of different sizes, from giant meteoroids to specs of cosmic dust.

As the black hole grows bigger and its gravitational forces take over, then a black hole becomes a predator for parts of its galaxy. They become vast eating machines of the debris and stars and planets and this is exactly what is to be expected of them. The black hole is originally created totally by chance. There are no patterns in their creation. They are simply a creation or an outcome of natural interaction between two or more passive magnetic fields or matters in motion within the galaxy or the universe.

Fig. 27: Interaction of two plasmatic energy fields creating the effect of a black hole.

Creation of the Black Hole

To explain the concept of creation of black holes, phenomenon that are normal and familiar are used and will be relied upon in this paper. Then a parallel for the creation of the black hole type of incidents will be drawn with the same process in solar systems, galaxies and the universe.

Black Holes are created according to the rules of physics in galaxies to collect and then replenish the galaxies with fresh recycled materials, and this recycling is the vital factor in sustaining and making sure that as the galaxy moves there are new materials available to start new systems within it, and at the same time they nourish the other planets within the galaxy with a fresh supply of materials. For example the Earth receives several thousands of tons of cosmic dust per year from the solar system through its atmosphere by a similar method from the black hole within its galaxy and from the universe.

The connection between the black hole and the presentation of new material in the universe and on Earth can be compared to the effect of the collision of Earth’s tectonic plates, when two sources of solid materials interact with each other. In the long run, just as stars and planets become the source of the supply of new materials in the galaxy, similarly Earth’s submerged tectonic plates create lava which becomes the new continents or mountains on the Earth.

Let’s explain this in the following manner. The continental plates and stars systems are forever on the move, moving slowly but surely. On Earth, when two or more continental plates move in a random manner over centuries and millions of years, at some point they come on each other’s path as do the stars and their systems, like the solar system and others in our galaxy.

When on Earth two or more continental plates come together several things can happen. This happens in galaxies too but in a different form too, wherein galaxies the continental plates are replaced by the cosmic spherical or flat oval magnetic fields of the stars or systems.

The next steps in the procedure are very familiar on Earth. As the continental plates push against each other, if they are of similar strength, they rise together to create the mountains over millions of years as these plates are still pushing and moving while they are exerting their strength on each other, so, large mountain ranges on the surface of planets are created.

Fig. 28: Plasma of passive magnetic fields pushing each other.

Other things can happen too and that is if one of the continental plates has weaker energy, the weaker plate will slide under the other. The continental plate that submerges becomes in the long run the material in the lower levels inside the planet, which later become the base material for the magma of the planet, and over millions of years this matter appears again on the surface of the Earth through volcanic eruption. Then some times in the future these too become the source of materials for new continents or an island and so on through volcanic eruptions.

The material drawn into centre of the planet does not disappear but for the time being is hidden from view. A parallel to this scenario happens in the galaxies, when two or more systems in the galaxy reach each other and an area in space is created where the two passive magnetic fields and/or entities have to interact with each other. Then their passive magnetic fields push against each other like continental plates (Fig. 28).

As they are on a collision path with each other and as at the same time the surrounding system’s forces are pushing on their position, they do not allow any other course of motion but a collision path for the two systems on the move. Then a point is reached where there are solid materials in motion from both systems and they have no choice but to collide and interact with each other. Being thrown at each other by their systems in this process, pieces of interplanetary garbage, parts of moons or meteoroids and other bits of the two systems in this region are in the same pot too and all are mixed up and get entangled with each other.

In this area and at the same time as the two systems’ physical materials are pushed and thrown at each other, their mafs and passive magnetic fields are exerting their powers and authority too, like the hidden forces in the planet pushing the continental plates into each other. Then a point is reached where these two magnetic force fields of the two sets of entities come close enough to cancel each other out and create a condition of magnetic field equilibrium, where one field force cannot dominate the other passive magnetic field force, and inevitably an area of no or very week passive magnetic fields force in this region of the universe is established. During all this process materials from both systems are still being piled up in this part of space as the two systems’ materials are brought together due to the pure forces of the passive magnetic field forces of the systems and their surrounding systems in the galaxy.

Even stars themselves in the latter stages of the development of the black hole could become the victims of the black hole, which their system themselves partially created. At this point the new mass of the black hole may even be larger than any of the individual systems that created the black hole in the first instance.

One cannot forget that these masses are still in motion and rotating at very high speeds.

This new mass piled all together in the centre of this creates a very large gravitational force within its region due to the sheer weight of the mass that is collected. Primarily this could become the inertial pull rather than the gravitational pull of matter in these black holes too.

By the laws of physics, one knows that the only reason that stars shine or cosmic rays glow is the phenomenon of the motion of charged particles passing through a magnetic field. This region where the magnetic fields are very weak lacks the main component that could make it shine or be bright. The lack of the passive magnetic field in this region is due to the equilibrium and/or cancelling out of the two interacting magnetic field forces of the two systems.

For a time in the motion of the two magnetic fields of the systems passing each other, in some parts there will be no or very little magnetic field force available, as even though there are charged particles in the area, there are no magnetic fields strong enough for them to interact with to create visible light. Consequently, in these areas of the galaxy there are no glows and no shine.

The reason why this is called a black hole is the fact that in these parts of the galaxy in which two or matters and their magnetic fields meet and interact and can balance each other out, there will be very little visible light emission due to the lack of interaction between charge particles and non-existence of magnetic fields or existence of weak magnetic fields, which cannot produce bright light enough to be visible from the Earth.

This is the reason why if one looks at these areas of the galaxy these areas seem to be darker compared to their surrounding areas, as not only is the light not emitted from the mass of the black hole, but at the same time these matters due to their physical dimensions and their magnetic fields forces strength will not allow and will block lights coming from other sources behind them in the galaxy.

This is why these regions of space seem to be black, but from an outsider point of view looking over the area it looks as if everything and all materials are thrown in to this dark spot from one side and nothing is coming out of the other side, consequently the term of the black hole was invented.

This area appears to be a dark part of the universe, but in reality some rays of light should be observed being produced in this zone, as some charged particles still interact with some weak pmfs of the systems or what is left of them before they enter and interact, and in this part of the galaxy there is visible light but matters are disappearing too.

So in this region of the galaxy astronomers observe a large gravitational force due to the large amount of mass thrown into this area by the two systems as they pass each other. But they have no explanation as what is happening to all this mass. Now one understands the reason for this false assumption and appearance. This is the region where the gravitational forces are in reality a mixture of the gravity and inertia pull of the two systems.

One has to remember that as these two or more systems are passing each other, several scenarios can happen, every one of which will have and has a drastic and profound effect in that region of the galaxy. At the same time these events can generate a vast amount of new recycled material for other entities within the galaxy.

At the same time one has to take into account the time factor and that one is dealing with a three dimensional picture, as in some cases the black hole exists for millions of years during the process of the two systems crossing each other’s path at a slow speeds. The truth is that the black holes are a temporary condition, so to speak, in the bigger picture of cycle of the life of a galaxy, but they surly look like being there forever.

Some of the residue of these interactions will become cosmic rays (10) or the outcome could be the birth of a new system with a new mass from the mixture of the masses of the two old systems after the systems’ parameters balance each other out. In this case the overall masses of elements within the black hole are present as they were in their original systems but now the new black hole could possess slightly less than the combined mass of the two old systems, with the loss of the some of its matter in the process of the interaction of the two systems in the galaxy.

One cannot forget that the centre mass of the black hole is still rotating most probably in the same direction as the systems were rotating which created it. At the same time, as the centre mass is void of the passive magnetic field (PMF), the usual interaction does not take place between the passive magnetic force and gravitational force which usually creates the first basis of heating and sustaining that heat, so that the temperature gradient could take hold and this in turn could create the conditions for the mass to become a large star or a system.


Thus the centre mass has enough material but not the right condition to create the necessary heat for the time being to make the jump to become the source for a new system or a new star in possession of gravitational forces.

This is one of the ways that the black holes become the creator of new stars and systems. Therefore the mass relies upon the heat that is produced mainly by the natural friction of the elements pilling on top of each other in the centre of the black hole. But at the same time these places become the centre of the mafs of principal matters of the entities within the collision zone. At this point the principal mafs and matters of the constituent matters within the collision can take hole and start the process of creation of the principal star with its strong magnetic and gravitational field forces. This condition can lead to creation of a principal star that releases mafs at principal level and through their slowing down and through production of transition mafs, these parts of the universe can again appear to be darker than the rest of their immediate surroundings, resulting from the balance of mafs with the surrounding environment field. Again due to the lack of interaction sufficient to create mafs at the level of visible light, these areas of the universe look darker than the neighboring regions. As the centre of this region is covered with the seed of principal mafs and matters one observes the strong pull of matters to this region without being able to see its origin which is the principal star in the centre of the dark zone.

These interactions between passive magnetic fields occur on a regular basis in our galaxy, as systems are at all times on the move in the confined space of their galaxies. If one had enough time to look out into space, one would observe the creation of so-called black holes the way one observes the passing of dark clouds in the sky of the Earth during stormy times.

The motions in this specific part of the galaxy are in progress over thousands of years, and due to other systems’ magnetic fields surrounding the black hole, their influence and the interface with the passive magnetic fields of these systems make and allow the black hole to leak cosmic rays into the galaxy like a fountain in its surrounding area. It should now be understandable why the scientific world finds materials from the universe that are not nor have not the same age as the original components of the galaxy. Like supernovas, black holes are the source of new material for the galaxy primarily because of the way they are created and the way their life cycle finishes.

The other scenario of the interaction of the two systems could be totally different with an interesting outcome. This is the most horrendous way that the two systems could come into contact with each other and in this case as the two magnetic fields come too close to each other, at the same time other systems around them push these passive magnetic fields together.

The two fields interact and the first stage of creation of the black hole is reached very rapidly, but as the two systems surrender more and more of their debris and planets to the black hole, the central mass of the black hole increases and as the black hole is receiving its contents from two different systems simultaneously, then a point is reached where the weight and the gravitational force of the new centre mass of the black hole surpasses the mass weight of one of the systems that created it in the first place.

Systems which have already lost some of their mass to the black hole at the outset of the creation of it now losses control of their magnetic fields too. To an outsider looking at this event, it seems as if the black hole is consuming everything around it. This process can take thousands of years, until a temperature gradient or a dynamic principal mafs and matters in the centre of the mass is established.

As the centre mass of the black hole has consumed the entirety of two systems, and it is operating in a no magnetic field zone for a period of time where its internal dynamic plasmatic magnetic field cannot pass its physical boundary (see the paper “The Creation of Dark Matter” for clarity), the system will still absorb or attract other masses from its surrounding into itself.

In this scenario, if mafs and materials are held for a long enough time within the centre mass so that a new magnetic field force could be produced and maintained, at this moment of its life cycle this giant of a mass of a black hole will be nothing but a huge gravity and Magnetic field producing machine. By the end of this process a new system or several systems will come to be born and new materials will be scattered in the galaxy, and this black hole will be a dark place but not necessarily cold.

If the centre mass during its creation does not manage to heat up, then the third phase of the black hole syndrome takes hold. This is where the centre mass, which never had a chance to heat up due to total absence or lack of strong magnetic force, at this stage becomes so big with a new large centre that is rotating, and will inherit a huge natural inertia force from its collective mass with little or no magnetic field beyond its physical boundary to keep it at bay, so this massive large body will start pulling smaller objects near to it into its trap.

The same phenomenon arises when two galaxies come to cross each other’s path too, with the most horrendous outcome for the galaxies in that part of the cosmos, where the outcome of such an encounter is beyond imagination. This has happened before and astronomers forecast it for the Milky Way galaxy in the future as it passes the nearest galaxy to it in the next few billion years.

The surrounding areas near the newly created black hole will not be safe from the onslaught as this new mass at all times of its existence has the same fundamental problem as do all other systems, and it tries to hold on to all its elements. At the same time like other systems the lighter elements and weaker mafs in the mass move to the outer layers and to the edges of the mass.

As weaker mafs as lighter gasses and particles move to the outer region of the mass, they become better candidates for being pulled away from the centre mass by any opening in the adjacent Magravs systems near to the black hole, when the centre mass reaches a point where its Magravs or its inertia force become weak on its edges so that lighter elements can manage to loosen themselves and escape from its grip into the space of its neighbouring environment.

These freed elements will become part of matter that can be attracted by systems adjacent to the black hole or due to the rapid motion of the black hole may be released as cosmic dust in the galaxy. Therefore objects can and do leak out of black holes into their respective galaxy even during the time of their creation.

If these elements are pulled out of the power of the centre mass, through the strength or gap in the adjacent systems or weakness in the power of the black hole, then they become cosmic rays, due to the fact that during extraction most atoms get striped of their electrons. Some heavier atoms in this scenario lose their electrons in the same way and they appear as plasma and as part of the cosmic dust in the galaxy. Black holes are the source of most of cosmic rays and dust in the galaxies due to this effect (10).

In the galaxies black holes while they are in process of being created and during their existence are still surrounded at all times by other systems and are under the influence of their Magravs.

The powers of these black holes are usually kept at bay by other systems around them with their larger magnetic field forces and gravitational forces, which the black hole is still encapsulated among.

Black holes are normally observed close to the centre of the galaxies and the universe as there are more systems clustered together in these regions, so this increases the chances of different systems crossing the path of each other and in turn increases the chance of the collision of solar systems and galaxies in the universe, hence an increase in the chance of the creation of numbers of black holes.

The stronger mafs and the heavier elements of the universe and galaxies are largely concentrated in and near the centre of these entities, thus the passive magnetic fields and gravitational forces of the systems in these central regions are many times more powerful near the centre of galaxies than what is experienced on the outer edges of them.

Consequently the gravitational forces and passive magnetic forces in the centre regions of the galaxy will soon bring and keep the size and the power of these giants black holes under control. What these collisions of systems and creation of black holes achieve is the fundamental principle of regeneration of new systems out of the old matters, and at the same time they unclog the galaxy of all the loose debris. If one looks at a three dimensional overview of these areas in space, surely due to the movement of stars and planets and the interaction of their forces, one should be able to predict, where the next black hole in that part of galaxy could be produced.

In time a point will be reached where the passive magnetic fields systems in one of the systems immediately next to the black hole will move on, and at this point the feeding frenzy of the black hole will come to an end.

Like volcanic eruptions on Earth where the mantle is thin enough for the pressure of lava to take over, and it can pour out, pushing its way out into the atmosphere as a volcanic eruption, this is exactly what happens when one of the passive magnetic fields in this area moves or weakens.

This creates a gap in the fields containing and controlling the black hole parameters, where the materials in the centre of the black hole, which has been pushed previously into the black hole from one direction, can be released or scattered into the galaxy.

In this process, part of these materials will manage to cluster together and generate the conditions essential for creation of one or more systems or stars.

The rest of the materials of the centre mass of the black hole becomes cosmic dusts, some become comets and some become cosmic rays and so on.

Thus Black holes are not gigantic eating machines compared to the size of their galaxy. In reality, they are nothing but a temporary condition created in the galaxies due to movement of plasmatic magnetic field systems as they are crossing each other, very much like two masses of clouds crossing each other’s path and colliding with each other. This interaction of clouds with each other creates abnormal conditions in that area of the planet, where their thickness can block the rays of the Sun behind them and the sky looks darker, but in reality these are temporary conditions for the viewer from Earth.


Contrary to common belief, black holes always release matters and release new recycled material into their surroundings; they are not bottomless pits, where everything disappears into them. They are like a funnel, so that if one looks at one end it seems that they are taking everything in, but exactly like a funnel, they have a hole on the other end where what goes in has to come out, with a difference that the end of this funnel is connected to a kitchen-waste unit of the universe, where at on one end it crunches everything up and mixes whatever goes in before spewing the waste out through the waste pipe.

So the behaviour of the black hole is very much dependent on the position of the observer. If one looks from one end they are massive eating machines and from the other end they are the supplier and feeder of new life in the galaxy.

In real term this dark part of the galaxy is at all times emitting electromagnetic waves of varying levels and strength from all the activities which are happing within, around and because of it. Black holes can easily be identified in their environment and their position can be clearly pinpointed by using a much simpler method of detection than just guessing, by looking for their effects in a given

region of the universe.

In principle the black hole has all the attributes of any system but in fact as the internal plasmatic magnetic energy field of the systems creating it in the given region of the galaxy cannot create outward plasmatic magnetic energy fields that can interact with other plasmatic magnetic energy fields in its immediate given environment, in order to create an outward visible magnetosphere at the boundary of the black hole to manifest itself as a visible space in its region, this leads to the lack of visible light in human Magravs amino acid matter mafs strength.


The phenomenon of black hole occurs on a continuous basis on the surface of stars of any solar system. The principle of the creation of black hole happens on a smaller scale on the surface of the Sun in the solar system, where these are called Sun spots.

These are where dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields systems on the surface of the Sun go through the same cycle of interaction of fields with each other as happens for the creation of a black hole in the galaxies. When these plasmatic magnetic fields come across each other in the atmosphere and on the surface of the Sun, they have to interact or pass each other, with the difference that these plasmatic magnetic fields systems on the surface of the Sun, even though they are so powerful, in one way or other meet up with each other and as their energies have to interact, then sometimes these energies cancel each other out and reach a balance magnetic energy condition.

At these points then, the same cycle as the creation of black hole repeats itself on the surface of the Sun on a much smaller scale as there are no magnetic fields interacting because of similarities and identical mafs strength of the interacting fields. There is very little friction of fields to release residual fields in the mafs strength of man’s amino acid strength and thus very little light shows in the region, hence the appearance of the dark spots on the surface on the Sun is observed. In some instances the same phenomenon is created temporarily as due to the balanced pmfs strength of the matters and mafs no interactions between the charged particles and mafs from the surface are produced and consequently there is no or very little emission of light from the surface of the Sun in these regions.

On the surface of the Sun the same scenario of retraction and absorption of matter as in the black hole occurs with a slight variation. In this case the gravitational fields force of the Sun is so powerful and so close that as the gravitational forces of the Sun are (in proportion) many times stronger than the gravitational force of the particles captured within the dark spot region on its surface, once the magnetic fields have interacted and their energies and the content within the catchments area of their forces has reached the equilibrium level, the mass of particles in these regions are sometimes pulled back inward onto the surface of the Sun instantaneously after the collapse of the magnetic fields that created the dark spot regions. At this point the physical matter of plasma in this region of the dark spot is pulled back and literally shot like a missile back into the liquid surface of the Sun, thus creating a secondary dispersal of matter in the atmosphere of the Sun and into the solar system, hence the increase in the Sun flairs during the creation of and as a consequence of the collapse of dark spots on the surface of the Sun.

In reality the plasma of a dark spot is created mainly through interaction of mafs fields of the Sun and these are created very high above the surface of the Sun, so that the dark image observed is not in reality mainly on the surface but much further up in the atmosphere above the real solid surface of the Sun. In other instances, as the plasmatic magnetic energy fields interact to create the dark spot, the surface tension of the dark spot becomes weaker on its face away from the Sun and all sorts of mafs and matters in the full spectrum mafs of the universe get ejected directly into the solar system with much more power and matter than by normal dispersal. Once the temporary condition of a dark spot of the Sun is created, by this time most of the other plasmatic magnetic fields of the Sun physically push and shove the plasmatic passive magnetic fields (PMF) that created the dark spot, so that these external forces in the surrounding environment of the dark spot move and shift it from its position. By this movement there are no more active plasmatic magnetic fields in the region to interact with each other in these regions and then the normal process of the charged particles interacting with the plasmatic magnetic fields around them starts again as before. Then everything goes back to normal and the light or the shine on the surface of the Sun returns to normality.

When too many dynamic plasmatic magnetic energy fields start cancelling each other out, the surface of the Sun become congested with many different plasmatic magnetic energy fields and they clog up the surface of the Sun, like congestion in traffic jams, hence the number of the dark spots starts increasing.

It is important to remember that objects (whether solid, gas, plasmas, etc.) possess their own plasmatic magnetic energy field. All these plasmatic magnetic energy fields on the surface of the Sun are dynamic and respond to other dynamic plasmatic magnetic energy fields that are created internally in the inner cores of the star. These internal magnetic fields are the creators of the gravitational field and the overall magnetic field of the star itself.

The stronger plasmatic magnetic energy field (the gravitational field) usually dictates and plays a part in the position and level of freedom of the weaker plasmatic magnetic energy field (the object) with respect to each other. Thus when the inner cores of the stars due to their near mono atomic structure go through their internal current realignment (12, 18) this in turn leads to change in the direction of the gravitational field and thus the polarity of the whole star.

Consequently the rotation of the gravitational field which is itself created magnetically interacts with the dynamic plasmatic magnetic energy field areas on its surface and in its atmosphere causing them to move with respect to the internal dynamic plasmatic magnetic energy field movements of the star. Therefore the main reason for sudden periodic increase in the movement of the plasmatic magnetic energy field on the surface of the star and sudden increase in the creation of black spot in their environment can be clearly be identified as being due to the interaction of the dynamic plasmatic magnetic field created by the matters and mafs on the surface and the inner Magravs fields force of the stars.

The inner dynamic plasmatic magnetic field of the star is by order of magnitude several millions of times stronger than the isolated single or packages of dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields on the surface. Thus the stronger inner fields force of the star dictates the direction of the motion of the weaker fields of the dark spot. This is the very reason why the eleven-year cycle of change of polarity of the Sun brings about an increase in the number of the dark spots of the surface on the Sun on a regular basis. This is due to the Sun’s internal plasmatic magnetic energy field changes which bring about the polarity change, about every eleven years. In these phases there are more of these surface and atmospheric dynamic plasmatic magnetic energy fields in motion and available to interact with each other and the internal mafs of the Sun.

In fact as the polarities of the Sun changes, so more dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields start moving from one pole to the other to accommodate the physical practicality of the plasmatic magnetic energy field polar change. Thus a larger number of the dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields come to cross each other’s path and consequently there are more chances of two or more dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields meeting and balancing out each other’s field. Inevitably, as in these areas, there are no effective plasmatic magnetic energy fields for the charged matter to interact with, there is less light emission from these areas of the Sun. Henceforth the appearance of darker areas or dark spots in these areas on the same principle as the creation of the black hole phenomenon.

The increase in the number of dark spots of the surface of the Sun is always in sequence with the period when the Sun’s internal dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields activities go through their repositioning. The number of these dark spots increases and as they move, suddenly a vast number of dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields cancel each other out as the change of polarity of the Sun completes itself and settles down. The whole cycle of collapse of the black hole recurs, in other words where a dark spot collapses and the new plasmatic magnetic energy fields find their total balance, the matters which where gravitationally trapped under the influence of the dark spots, which are mainly plasmas, are retracted by the gravitational pull of the star and are ejected back onto the surface of the Sun in large quantities and numbers. This is the time when there are massive upheavals and strong Sun flares scattering outwards from the surface of the Sun and when large quantities of the Sun’s matters are splashed outward in the solar system. Sometimes as the mass of particles collected in a dark spot is pulled back into the surface of the Sun, due to their mass and speed, these become like meteorites hitting the surface of the Sun. This act causes more charged particles than usual to leave the Sun’s surface into surrounding space. The darkness on the surface of the Sun is not, as is commonly thought, due to cooler temperature in these regions, the dark spots appear purely due to the fact that there are no or very few dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields available in these regions to interact with the charged particles to create light. So underneath the dark spots on the surface of the Sun the temperature of the surface is still the same as the rest of its surface.

Further comments

Fig. 29: Test reactor.

Helio-seismology is the study of the internal structure and dynamic of the Sun using Sun-quakes. The Sun oscillates continuously by varying degrees and directions and these oscillations are caused mainly by turbulent convection just below the surface. The data from the spherical-symmetrical solar model of the same condition shows close correlation to physical data through inversion. This shows that the data simulation is close to the physical reality of what is happening in the inner sanctum of the Sun. For our testes in dynamic cores and data attained through them, it can be confirmed that rotation and turbulence have a direct effect on the heating of the matter within the confines of a reactor built on the same principles. In the reactor and consequently in the creation of the current through convection and magnetic fields production within it, the turbulence of the matter in the core of the reactor creates the dynamic and the dynamo effects can have a direct effect in and on the production of the dynamic plasmatic magnetic field in the reactor. Turbulent convection and differential rotation in the Sun are thought to be the cause of the creation of the solar magnetic fields and the directions in which these magnetic fields appear to flow out of the surface of the Sun. According to their direction of rotation their tightness these are known as helicity of the magnetic field in the region. Helicity simply describes the handedness of this field as the field literally opens up like a cone as it moves away from the centre towards outer regions. Magnetic and Magravs helicity is in fact a measure of the knottiness and the twistedness of these fields within a region and is closely related to the turbulent dynamo effect. From all observation in the past, in large-scale poloidal magnetic fields the helicity has a direct linkage with a strong toroidal field leading to finite helicity. In the reactor tested on the same basis as turbulence of the mafs of matters, the reactor cores have finite parameters and the rotation and turbulence are predetermined, therefore the helicity of the magnetic fields has to be the same at different points but equal for all distance from the centre. Due to the small size of the core, a mean or average strength or tightness of the magnetic field could be assumed. Thus a point of interaction of two magnetic forces in the cores will create condition similar to a dark spot on the surface of plasma. If the collapse can go through plasma towards the boundary of the core, this can create a sudden surge of dynamic plasmatic magnetic field or it can alter the system’s operating mode. The reason for writing this paper is the fact that in the reactor designed, if the condition of black hole is created, this can lead to the shutdown of the system or the unstable condition of the operation of the reactor. This has happened on two occasions during testing of the spherical core, where the second magnetic field was deliberately created and positioned to interact with the internal magnetic field created by the core. In both cases the whole system did go through magnetic poles trying to bypass each other. In the second test in trying to prove the principle of the interaction of two magnetic fields and the creation of a black hole condition, the whole system was twisted and the axial pines of the core were twisted off centre. The core axels had to be realigned, but the damage to the core weld and axel proven to be too much to repair, and more or less this test of creation of black holes caused the loss of the first steel prototype core (Fig. 29). At the same time in the same reactor dark spots due to the interaction of matters were deliberately created for specific use of the system, and investigation into the creation of dark spots and the use of a transition matter condition for the creation of dark matter for the fuel needed for deep space travel was tested and confirmed. This is how these above phenomena, can be explained clearly and the principle for the creation of a black hole can easily be demonstrated. In future papers the writer will explain how the black hole’s effects can be useful in helping to travel through galaxies and in the universe. These are at this moment of time beyond understanding at the present level of scientific achievements.


Fig 30: Letter from the Royal Astronomical Society.

Black holes are natural physical by-products of the motion of forces and matters like every other object in the universe. The only difference for this body to appear is the fundamental shortage or total lack of one of the three main ingredients of creation, namely the lack of the passive magnetic force fields in the region where these black holes manifest themselves.

Black holes are another creation of universe like the uniqueness of the blue planet, and once one has understood the methods of the universe’s powers of creation within all its physical parameters, then every aspect of the appearance of objects and fields can only be explained with understanding of the interactions of these with each other.

The most beautiful part of this phenomenon will be how man will use this knowledge now for the advancement of his race. Understanding of the method of the creation, existence and behaviour of the black hole in space opens new doors for man to plan his future excursions in space and the appropriate name for this object should not be a black hole. These regions of black hole in the galaxies cover areas as large as several solar systems, possessing all the physical attribute of a solar system with the difference that they do not shine due to the lack of appropriate dynamic plasmatic magnetic fields strength within their construction or during the time of their existence in the environment of their operation.

This object has one body and two distinctive characteristics behaviours and appearance, the first characteristic being a gigantic eating machine, and the second characteristic allowing new systems to start from what it has digested. There is an old Aryan name for an arrow with two heads, like the black hole with two characters, and this object is called Zhubeen. I call this unpredictable object in the galaxy with this name, as now it is a known object and not a mysterious scientific phenomenon.