Black Astrology : Astronomers Confirms that there are two Suns.

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http://www.astronomy.com/news/2014/05/nearest-bright-hypervelocity-star-found#.U8_Au8SwBho.twitter

Could this be proof that the Earth do not revolve around the Sun in the way we have been told?

The second Sun is called a Hypervelocity star and is located above the Galactic Center in our Milky Way Solar System. A Hypervelocity Star is a star that has been ejected outside of a Galaxy.
http://www.astronomy.com/news/2014/05/nearest-bright-hypervelocity-star-found#.U8_Au8SwBho.twitter

Despite being the closest hypervelocity star, it nonetheless is 249 quadrillion miles (400 quadrillion km) from Earth.

There are videos on Youtube that shows what looks like 2 suns in the sky.


Could this second sun be the one Astronomers have discovered? Under normal circumstances especially since this second Sun/hypervelocity star is so far away {249 quadrillion miles (400 quadrillion km)} I still wouldn't believe that one of the two suns that is in the sky was the one located close to the Galactic Center but yesterday I came across a video that says that the Earth does not revolve around the sun like we have been told in school.


The Sun is moving thousand of miles into Space and the Planets are following the Sun in spiral movements. If this is true then the Earth while moving through space along with the other planets would pass close by the Galactic center as well as the second Sun that the Astronomers has confirmed.

 

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stricly speaking now the earth does not revolve about the sun - as in not about the center of the sun - it revolves about the point which is the center of gravity of the 2 of them - which i believe is still a point within the sun - just not the center - and nope we dont have 2 suns - this star is way further out than many many other starrs - if the solar system was based around a binary star of any kind we wouldnt be questioning it now after all the time we been on this earth - plus youll notice that no imagry of the sun taken from space ever shows 2 suns - thats cuz this is just an atmpspheric effect is all
 

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Wow, never heard of there being 2 suns in the sky. I know that there are stars in our solar system, or galaxy, that are brighter than our sun.

But the knowledge of 2 suns, or concept/theory, is very old. The Shining Sun and the Black Sun - the Galactic Center, the black sun being where the shining sun get it power from.
 

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at the glactic center theres a black whole which i guess you could call a black sun - the power for our sun though simply comes from thermonuclear fusion

i read that article twice now and i cant even find any mention of two suns in it - so not sure where the original poster got that idea from
 
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