[Translated from original German by submitter]
The Sun is not a glowing ball of gas, but a rather an absolutely perfect planet!
Yet if the Sun is a perfect planet in and of itself, it most certainly also must contain to the most perfect degree all those planetary components that occur on all the smaller planets orbitting it in very diminished potency. […]
The outer layer of the solar atmosphere is viscous and behaves as a liquid. On the outeide, it is smooth as a mirror. On this gigantic outer shell, the light of billions of other suns (stars) are reflected and amplified by the curvature. A small portion of this light is used up by the Sun itself, yet most of it is reflected back into space, and so, the enormously hot corona around sun globe is formed. This outer layer of air is called the Light Shell.[…]
The sun eruptions and sunspots that we can observe from Earth are a form of giant volcanic eruption (sun tumours) on the Sun.[…]
All matter of a planet or a sun is nothing but the visible manifestation of imprisoned primal forces or spirits.
image"Two inhabitants observe the eruption of a sun tumour - when the event is over, black-grey ash remains at the spot, which is then used as best fertilisers for their gardens.