New Observations Confirm the Galactic Superwave Theory

Posted 2/22/15
Paul A. LaViolette


 It took over 30 years to confirm a key thesis of the galactic superwave theory, but now incontrovertible evidence has been found.  Observations of the active galaxy PDS 456 made with NASA’s NuSTAR space telescope (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array), in operation since June 2012, and with the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton space telescope, now show the presence of an extremely high velocity wind moving outward isotropically away from the galaxy’s center in all directions at up to 30% of the speed of light.  Prior to this astronomers had assumed that the winds produced by active galactic cores issued primarily from their poles in the form of jets.

In my 1983 Ph.D. dissertation, I had argued against this model showing evidence that cosmic rays from active galactic cores (quasars, blazers, Seyfert galaxies, etc.) radiate in all directions, not just toward the poles and that the forward beaming of synchrotron radiation from ultra relativistic cosmic rays gives the illusion that they are confined as jets because due to beaming the cosmic rays coming almost directly toward us are the only ones whose radiation we are able to see.  The misinterpretation by the astronomical community that the jet phenomenon is being produced by cosmic rays moving outward slowly in the form of a magnetized plasma had misled the astronomical community for years into thinking that jets are aligned almost perpendicular to our line of sight and that their cosmic rays and gas escape mainly from a galaxy’s poles.  The conventional theory had gas motion in the galaxy’s disc moving primarily inward toward its center to feed its supermassive core (mistakenly construed to be a “black hole”).  I have been challenging this model for 32 years, in my dissertation, in the 1987 journal paper: Cosmic ray volleys from the Galactic Center and their recent impact on the earth environment, in the book Earth Under Fire, and in various web postings:

PDS 456 is an active galaxy over 2 billion light years away (z = 0.18) whose core is going through a quasar phase emitting radiation at the rate of ~1047 ergs per second, a rate about 100 trillion times greater than our own galactic core.  Using these new telescopes, astronomers were able to spectroscopically detect the emission and absorption features of high velocity iron atoms streaming away from its Galactic center along with other ionized gas.  They discovered that these spectroscopic features matched what astronomers call a P Cygni profile, a spectroscopic blueshift/redshift signature produced by ionized gas streaming outwards in all directions in the form of a sphere or spherical shell. They observed the wind at around 700 AU from the Galactic core (~700 times the Sun-to-Earth distance) and observed that it spread outward over a solid angle of at least 2π, hence over at least half of the surface of the sphere, with the implication that it actually blew outward in all directions.

Quite likely they will be finding similar spherical wind outflows in other galaxies as well.  This finding challenges the conventional view that these supermassive black holes are cores energized by in falling material.  Because this group acknowledges that with a wind as strong as they are seeing (1046 erg/second) it would be impossible for material to fall into the core to fuel its observed emission.  Black hole theorists side step this by suggesting that the “black hole’s” activity was fired up at an earlier date when such a wind was absent and that now the presence of this wind will have a limiting effect to cause the black hole’s activity to shut off.  Such reasoning, in my opinion, is pure fantasy.  The high velocity wind is there because the core is active, and the core is active not because  material is falling into it, but because of its intrinsic energy production through spontaneous energy creation, the phenomenon of genic energy production predicted by subquantum kinetics and proven by numerous a posteriori observations.

These recent findings support the subquantum kinetics cosmology which has long proposed that most of the stars in galaxies are formed by matter expelled outward from a galaxy’s core and that is why dwarf elliptical galaxies eventually adopt a spiral shape and then progressively grow in size.  These findings then support the subquantum kinetics view of why there is a close correspondence between the mass of a galaxy’s core (Mother star) and its total mass.

Another thing that comes from these findings is the realization that a galactic core explosion can have a direct effect on the billions of stars populating a galaxy’s disc.  It is but a small step to conclude from these observations of a galaxy 2 billion light years away, that the same occurs within our own Galaxy.  That the core causes fierce winds to blow outward also through the disc of the Milky Way.  Moreover it is but another small step to realize that these winds seen in PDS 456 are driven by radially propagating cosmic rays; i.e., a superwave, that spread out in all directions like this ionized iron wind, and that similar cosmic ray volleys have passed through our own galactic disc as well as through our Solar System.

Various media announcements about this discovery:








Technical papers and abstracts about this discovery:


Other confirmations of the superwave theory:

28 Responses to New Observations Confirm the Galactic Superwave Theory

  1. Kurt Sarrica says:

    Dear Dr. LaViolette, I just heard about this “NuStar” observation about X-rays escaping from a “black hole” for the “first time.” While this observation should support your galactic superwave & “mother star” theories, it also tends to support a suspicision I have about how NASA and the academic community will handle the realization that your theories are correct by pretending that they were the first to discover this theory and completely ignore everything you have researched & predicted over the past 36 years.

  2. Patricia Lagrange Martínez says:

    Dr. LaViolette. Me da mucho gusto: por usted, su esfuerzo y excelente trabajo, su honestidad inquebrantable; por su contribución a la ciencia y a la humanidad. Felicidades por esta nueva confirmación. Gracias por compartir y todas las bendiciones y mejores deseos.

    Dr. LaViolette. I like this a lot: your effort and excellent work, your unflinching honesty; for your contributions to science and humanity. Congratulations on this new confirmation. Thanks for sharing and all the blessings and best wishes.

  3. Dear Dr LaViolette

    I found this article below rather interesting, and I may have posted it before here or elsewhere. I send you a lot of things not deleted from my spinning brain. I know we are of stardust, and live on a spinning ball, so the spinning maybe normal, at least for me. Considering the eletrosmog we are immersed in, and the imposed frequencies from the man made grid/ which I am sure the pyramids too were built to enslave man kind via disturbing our natural frequencies . My innerstanding is that we have the natural shumann resonances within so that the music of the spheres/ and the earths resonances all measures 7.83, so who we are , are frequencies.. If we had all in order we would be telepathic, and perform what would look like miracles by today’s standards

    .. I would like to know what you make of the following ;

    “I have discovered the secrets of the pyramids, and have found
    out how the Egyptians and the ancient builders in Peru, Yucatan, and Asia, with only primitive tools, raised and set in place blocks of stone weighing many tons!”
    – Edward Leedskalnin

    Many blessings


  4. Kurt Sarrica says:

    Dear Dr. LaViolette,
    Have you seen these recent Hubble telescope images of active galaxies? There is a lot of excitement over the observations of “mysterious phantom objects” surrounding
    the “dead quasars.” Something tells me these may be the remnants of previous galactic superwaves. What do you think?:

  5. I have posted your, ” New Observations Confirm the Galactic Superwave Theory Fact or Fiction?” on my threads on fb ( and I do have all your books ) on my threads on fb related to a discussion going on. Like this one: I am enclosing some concern about cern here and hope you will see the related material/ videos here and make a comment regarding these.:
    : Dark Matter Killed the Dinosaurs
    A new out-of-this-world theory links mass extinctions with exotic astrophysics and galactic architecture
    March 25, 2015 |By Lee Billings

    What if CERN was built to destroy this ball of Magnetism. That’s the only way they could get that much funding to build a machine that big. HIGHLY MAGNETISED SOLID BALL OF DARK ENERGY APPROACHING EARTH..

    Sincerely and thank you

    Mai Zimbleman

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      As I describe in Subquantum Kinetics, dark matter was invented as a bandaid to correct the inadequacies of current physical theory. It exists only in the minds of relativistic astrophysicists and they try to pull everyone else into their fantasy. One thing for sure, dinosaurs were not killed by dark matter.

  6. Garret Moore says:

    Paul, Are there effects to matter or energy from this particle wind? Is there a potential to change the frequencies through sympathetic resonance or other aspects of the nature of local space-time?

    I don’t understand much of the cosmological material, even though I’m an astronomical artist and ameteur astronomer, but somehow I had information a few years ago, then finding correlative information like yours about this wave, and had enough concern to begin study. I would value any lay-safe information I could pass on, and create visual concepts from.

    I’m simply amazed at this work you have done and are doing. I only hope to better understand it as time allows.

    I’m honored to see such effort come to fruition for you, even against the pressures of institutional buffering. Thank you for the true science and ethical standards of finding truth through a pure scientific method.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Thank you, Earth Under Fire is a good book on this subject and written for a nontechnical person to understand.

  7. David says:

    I just saw the news on about ancient Supernova dust remnant from the center of our galaxy:
    Congratulations again on another confirmation on your superwave theory:

  8. Dr Paul LaViolette, I can barely type right now because perfectly square waves of energy are chopping up my vision . This is Sunday at 4:35 pm here in Cottage Grove Oregon. The latitude is approx 43 degrees north. I had written you before saying that I had seen them only it is happening right now. The waves as partial perfect squares are very high energy blue-white in color, there is also some purple over hue. The strength has been intensifying over the last half hour and is now peaking. On the last occasion the waves were in pieces, like a chopped off pieces of string. Today they are stronger and more banded, visibly present with eyes opened or closed.
    The waves has just now grown in size, doubled and are pulsing faster. The pulsing effect is quite dramatic. Some discomfort and pressure on the crown and brain interior is also present. The pulse rate is increasing only the definition is not as sharp, and now ten minutes later it is like the waves are melting away. I do not know if you have ever had a live account of the phenomena you so correctly predicted. As an adept in science I would not have thought this possible. After hearing your lectures I am amazed at you work and research. please write back if you care to thanks Akesha

  9. End Timer says:

    Dr. LaViolette, since cosmic rays travel close to light speed, we on earth cannot detect a galactic core event until the “shock front” hits us, correct? Based on history, and if memory serves me, we are not expecting a major event for perhaps another 12,000 years. Is this the basis for your statement regarding the present quiescent state of the GC? If so, would it not be possible for an unexpected strong event to arrive?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I never said that we would not have a major event for 12,000 years. I recommend that you read carefully the pages on this site that deal with the superwave phenomenon. Go to the stargaze wheel and select the superwave option. When you find the right posting, concentrate specifically on the part that says we are currently overdue for another event.

  10. Mary says:

    How did I ever miss this new posting?! Sleep deprivation in the heavy snows of the new arctic Mid-Atlantic? Poor excuse!

    and warmest regards, Mary

  11. Lucy Meadow says:

    Do we normally say a theory is confirmed by an observation that is consistent with that theory? I think consistent is the correct word.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I believe the word “consistent” is better used when one is in the process of proposing or publishing a theory for the first time. Looking at data already known in the past, one would say that the theory’s predictions are consistent with or supported by that data. However, in this case the superwave theory was first proposed in 1983, published in a refereed journal in 1987, and in book form 1997 and thereafter. So in this case when new data emerges that leads researchers to the same conclusion as one’s past theory, it is best to say that the theory is “confirmed” by these new observations. If one wishes to be particular, one could say that it is confirmed in the special case of this one galaxy where these spectroscopy measurements have been made. But even the authors of this study are generalizing their findings and claiming they apply to other galactic core explosions as well. The reason that these particular findings are being reported for the first time is that the space telescopes were not available until now to look in the proper X-ray energy range and PDS 456 is one of the first very active galaxies that researchers are looking at with these new tools.
      For those interested, I have added a link at the bottom of the posting to a page that lists past confirmations of the superwave theory. This is not the first.

      • Lucy Meadow says:

        The significance of the prediction is much more that you explain the event via a different worldview. It is also significant prediction in and of itself, but given the jets were already known at the time, it’s probably not enough to shift a worldview.
        I think the worldview does have to shift, because the black things exhibit behaviour that’s hard not to see as coordinated … and malign. And that’s spooky and crazy, but in the end there it is! On top of that there are now cosmic alignments between our solar system and the CMB. Some of this is so hard to take that I think astronomers are feeling forced into rationalizing. For example, a load of papers explained the alignments away as the peculiar motion of the Local Group. But even if that is true, is it true of….how many stars in the Local Group and everywhere else. They don’t see that what they are saying does not change anything.
        Do you have thoughts about the CMB anisotropy lining everything up with earth and the solar system?
        Specifically….why here….are we the only ones in the universe? Is the universe much smaller than we think?

        • Paul LaViolette says:

          Yes, I have written about the alignment of the CMB anisotropy in Earth Under Fire. It has to do with a cosmic ray wind coming from the direction of the GC. The anthropocentric view of standard cosmology is then not needed.

          • Lucy Meadow says:

            oh thank goodness! Yes well the mainstream are searching for a local explanation. They don’t seem very hopeful. This is your chance to save them!

        • Imelda says:

          Lucy, what did you mean by ‘black things’?

  12. mitch hawkins says:

    Well better late than never. 🙂

  13. this today:

    (CNN)Researchers in China have spotted a supermassive black hole, which they say is 12 billion times the size of the sun and formed around 900 million years after the Big Bang.

    The black hole is larger than any of its age previously seen, the journal Nature reports.

    A black hole is a dense region of space that has collapsed in on itself in a way that means nothing can escape it, not even light.

    Releasing their findings in Nature, researchers led by teams from China’s Peking University and the University of Arizona said the black hole — named SDSS J010013.02 — was six times larger than its biggest known contemporaries.

  14. Kurt Sarrica says:

    Dear Dr. LaViolette,
    Congratulations on finally receiving confirmation on a key component of your superwave theory. I wonder if this was the “confirmation” that Padre Avondios had “foreseen” in his prophecy? I suspect that we will know well in advance of Dec. 17, 2015 whether this will be the year of the “dragon mode effect”/”Killshot” since the explosion of the galactic core will probably become observable months before Earth passes through the Sun-Galactic Center alignment.
    Thank you for preparing us for what to expect.
    Yours truly,

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I don’t think there is anything to worry about at present considering the quiescent state of the Galactic core.

  15. Caroline says:

    Slowly, slowly, catchy monkey Mr. LaViolette… they will say nay, they are already saying you are years ahead of your time. KUTGW!

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