Barbara deLong Interviews Paul LaViolette on Superwaves and Time Capsule Messages

Barbara de Long interviews me on her show Night Light on November 2, 2020.  Title of the interview is "Messages Left by Time."  It focuses on the superwave theory, how I first got the idea of the superwave concept by deciphering an ancient time capsule message, effects that past superwaves have had on our planet, and how to defend ourselves from them.  All this is covered in my book Earth Under Fire and other related materials listed below.   More

New Hubble Telescope COS Camera Proves the Existence of Superwave-Driven Galactic Outflows

In 1983, I was the first astronomer to propose the existence of galactic superwaves: volleys of cosmic rays episodically ejected from active galactic cores capable of penetrating entirely through a galaxy's disc and well beyond.  The essence of this theory was first announced in my Portland State University Ph.D. dissertation and later in 1987 in a journal paper.  More

November 2018 Global Tremor Could have been Due to a Galactic Gravity Wave

Seismograph of the November 2018 Tremor

On November 11, 2018 seismographs all over the world picked up a prolonged global tremor that has confounded seismologists.  It was a slow monochromatic oscillation of the planet that had a period of about 17 seconds and a magnitude of about 5 Richtor (see upper two oscillograms).  When the data was processed to filter out the main oscillation, low amplitude P-waves and S-waves were also seen which had strengths of about 1/10 that of the main tremor.  More

"Claim" that Secret Space Program has Confirmed LaViolette's Prediction of Imminent Superwave Arrival

The video Cosmic Secret featuring Corey Goode and David Wilcock has now just come out.  As you can see by viewing the trailer linked above, Goode claims that the Secret Space Program sent an interstellar spacecraft out into the Galaxy (presumably toward the Galactic center and at superluminal speed) which reported encountering several superwaves now making their way toward us.  If we are to believe his story, this would be direct observational confirmation of the Galactic superwave theory first made public in 1983. More

EHT image of M87 is not proof of a black hole

When the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration said they would release their first image of Sgr A* on April 15th, instead, close to this date, they announced an image of M87 that was a rework of an image published two years earlier.  Still to this date, they have not released an image of Sgr A*.  The core of M87 is 1550 times more massive than the core of our galaxy, hence would be 1550 times more distorted due to gravitational warping.  More

Event Horizon Telescope to Make Big Announcement April 10, 2019

The Event Horizon Telescope array was built to give us our best view of the Galactic core.  On Wednesday the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration will announce their first findings on what the Galactic core looks like.  I believe that what they see with the telescope will be very different from what they expect based on black hole theory.  Below I will restate some of the predictions of what to expect based on subquantum kinetics. More

Who is Cobra?

There have been many websites on the net that have appropriated the superwave concept for their own purposes and have sidelined Dr. LaViolette and the Starburst Foundation, in the sense that their names are NEVER mentioned when they discuss the coming superwave event.  They claim to have high ideals of helping humanity.  But if they really followed the ideals they preach, they would have made citations to Dr. LaViolette's work.  More

Corey Goode and other disinformation agents create confusion about the coming superwave

Corey Goode, who claims to have inside knowledge about the Secret Space Program (SSP) has been giving lectures and interviews, including a series of interviews on GaiaTV.  He claims that beginning in 1987 the SSP sent out spaceships and discovered a superwave heading for Earth.  No mention of the author who discovered the superwave phenomenon and who had labored for 40 years trying to warn people about the phenomenon. More

Crab Nebula changes its brightness

It used to be that the Crab nebula's x-ray and gamma ray brightness was so constant that astronomers used it as a "standard candle" to assess the brightness of other sources in the sky. However, continued observation now shows that its brightness varies over the years. In 2011, astronomers reported finding that the hard x-ray and gamma ray flux from the Crab Nebula was declining by 3.5% per year. More