Saturn’s Hexa-Portal

saturnhexag002 – One of the greatest mysteries observed in space is an odd, six-sided feature known as hexagon circling the north pole of Saturn.

It’s Saturn’s gigantic jet stream that follows a hexagon-shaped path. The feature appears to be fixed with the planet’s rotation rate and axis.

The phenomenon has long puzzled scientists. The six-sided shape remains a mystery. The planet Saturn’s interior is not enough known and it’s difficult to figure out what can affect this bizarre structure.

This weird structure is “turbulent and unstable,” packing 200-mph winds. That’s nearly 50 mph stronger than the wind speed required for a Category 5 powerful hurricane.

An unusual feature with a hexagonal shape surrounding Saturn’s north pole was spotted on the planet for the first time more than thirty years ago.

In 1980 and 1981 NASA’s Voyager 1 and 2 space probes passed for the first time over the planet Saturn, located 1,500 million km from the Sun. Among their numerous discoveries they observed a strange, hexagon-shaped structure in the planet’s uppermost clouds surrounding its north pole.

What is more, The images captured by the Voyager probes found that the clouds were moving rapidly inside the hexagon in an enclosed jet stream and were being dragged by winds travelling at over 400 km/h.

The structure was there after Cassini arrived in orbit around Saturn in 2004.
Nothing similar with such a regular geometry had ever been seen on any planet in the Solar System.

Spanning about 20,000 miles (30,000 kilometers) across, the hexagon is a wavy jet stream of 200-mile-per-hour winds (about 322 kilometers per hour) with a massive, rotating storm at the center.

There is no weather feature like this anywhere else in the solar system.

“The hexagon is just a current of air, and weather features out there that share similarities to this are notoriously turbulent and unstable,” said Andrew Ingersoll, a Cassini imaging team member at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.

“A hurricane on Earth typically lasts a week, but this has been here for decades – and who knows – maybe centuries,” Andrew Ingersoll, a Cassini team member at the California Institute of Technology, said.

“The movement of the hexagon could therefore be linked to the depths of Saturn, and the rotation period of this structure, which, as we have been able to ascertain, is 10 hours, 39 minutes and 23 seconds, could be that of the planet itself,” according to Agustín Sánchez-Lavega, Head of the Planetary Sciences research group investigating the phenomenon.

After measuring the positions of the hexagon vertices with great precision, the researchers determined that its movement remains extremely stable. Also the jet stream inside it remains unchanged.


I went to my inner-planes mentor ThothHorRa concerning this anomaly. From his Streaming I recieved that it is artificially constructed. That is, it was created by those Beings who orchestrate the higher dynamics of Earth and it’s cosmic environs. In order to comprehend the significance of this, one need understand that this solar system is actually at the “service” of the Earth’s Light Program, which is not just about a little planet orbiting a sun. This is a large topic I won’t go into here, but Thoth told me long ago that Saturn was a portal between the Earth’s dimension and Rigel in Orion.

This hexagon-shaped jet stream is a massive “engine” and portal created for a specific purpose and function. Of course the solar sun of our system is rife with portals (as are all star-suns) through the quantum physics of its nature. The Saturn engine-portal is a purposeful construction.

It creates a constant orientation between all portals in this solar system and beyond, including those which serve the whole dynamic.

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