The Saturn Project II: Saturn's Rings
Updated: Nov 18, 2021
Remote Viewing Saturn's Rings
Target: How did Saturn get its rings?
Viewers: Jemma Warner, John Dixon, Lily Efflorescence
According to NASA, we have ideas about why Saturn has rings, but no one is sure those ideas are entirely correct. Leading theories tell us that debris is picked up in the vicinity by gravity and kicked up out of the atmosphere of Saturn and kept in orbit around it. Another contributor would seem to be the moon Enceladus, the target of which was a happy coincidence to be included in this project.
From Caltech's website:
"Saturn's rings probably formed when objects like comets, asteroids, or even moons broke up in orbit around Saturn due to Saturn's very strong gravity. The pieces of these objects kept colliding with each other and broke into even smaller pieces. These pieces gradually spread around Saturn to form its rings. The rings are thought to be short-lived compared to the age of the Solar System, meaning that if we lived at a very different time, we may not have seen rings around Saturn."
Here again we have one of Lily's drawings clearly depicting Saturn and its rings and accurately depicting colors as well as the motion and gaseous nature of the planet.
Below is what looks like a process whereby particles are perhaps collected and expelled, dissipated in the process and then turned into rings. It is known these particles look bright due to the reflection of sunlight. Again, another great hit.
Above Lily has depicted rolling, turbulent looking fluid or gas dynamics in relation to a celestial body with rings. The swirling makes her feel nauseated. She also has, like other viewers, a sense of awe. Quite a sensational hit.
From Jemma we have two natural spherical structures in close proximity with each other. There appears a dark tear and something is sucked in but also going out, much in the fashion of a vortex or tornado.
She has the words: gaseous, swirling, floating, gradually descending, depletion, limited resources, intergalactic planetary, solar system, fractals, something emanating, shining, expanding, all-encompassing, life, universe. She also got abstract physics, mathematical equations, e=mc^2, metaphysics, refractory, quantum leap, curvature energy and anomaly.
Interestingly, John Dixon draws the same sort of funnel looking object in relation to this target below as well:
He denotes a really deep funnel. There are also structures in the distance, water, rough terrain and mountain like coldness. He got "space", felt motivated to explore and got goosebumps on his left arm in the process, and had the words tiers, levels, carbon monoxide, fluid, spaces, interesting, curious, wavy, tingly, energy, . He also mentioned "re-thinking observations of some sort of language or difference in communication/dialect", elevation of mind over matter consciousness and following a path, distance analysis changes, and pink flow-like energy.
He marked three round objects with outer bands of some kind, or at least areas existing with perceived proximity to each other:
In another part of the project related to the mystery of the 10th Star, Lily continued with the satellite Cassini, which eventually fell (intentionally) to its final fate into the atmosphere of Saturn before obliterating.
Above are the closer moons to Saturn and we can see Enceladus in the outer band, or E Ring area, as well as the Cassini orbit crossing point.
Next we take a look at Enceladus, the moon: https://www.adventuresinremoteviewing.com/post/saturn-its-rings-and-enceladus
Saturn's Rings full sessions: